Playing in just his second career playoff game in the Eastern Conference Final opener against the Carolina Hurricanes, the former University of MI defenseman opened the scoring 2 minutes, 55 seconds in.
No date for the next round has been announced, but the Bruins, leading their series 3-2, had a chance to close it Monday night at Columbus.
"We peppered him", Blue Jackets captain Nick Foligno said.
Columbus hit the post at least four times.
As statistically lopsided as the final score ended up, the game was anything but. It's not magical, you got to out-will a guy on the puck.More news: Steve Kerr: Kevin Durant 'Not Going to Play Game 6'
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"I hear people say, "we gotta weather the first 10 minutes". Kampfer was playing just his second game of the postseason, replacing the suspended Charlie McAvoy.
Near the end of the second, Boston's Charlie McAvoy almost took off Josh Anderson's head with a hit, but the officials levelled only a two-minute minor penalty for an illegal check.
Johansson finished with a goal, two points and a plus-1 rating in 14:19 of ice time while putting up two shots on net, four shot attempts and a blocked shot in an active night for him. The Bruins forward got into the slot on the rush and shot it, with the puck hitting Bobrovksy's pad and trickling across the line.
Columbus faces a daunting off-season. Matt Duchene and Ryan Dzingel, picked up in trades at the deadline, also will be unrestricted free agents.
"We never got discouraged even after the disallowed goal", said Zdeno Chara."We stayed patient and didn't get frustrated". Andrei Svechnikov missed a lot of the first round and half of the second round but has been great in the five playoff games that he's appeared in-scoring three goals with one assist while posting an impressive 58.88 CF% and has not been on the ice for a 5v5 goal-against yet. Much the way they won that game, by firing on all cylinders from the opening puck drop, they came to play when this one started, backing up the same words their coach Bruce Cassidy had said after the series-clinching win over the Blue Jackets, when he described his Bruins as a team that doesn't look to "weather the storm", but wants "to create the storm".
UP NEXT: Boston advances to conference final against Carolina. However, it doesn't look like that will be the case and their 5v5 advantage could quickly be diminished if they can't slow down a Bruins top power-play unit that features Bergeron, Brad Marchand, David Pastrnak, Jake DeBrusk and Torey Krug, who have combined for seven power-play goals in the playoffs.