Image c/o GeekTryrant. The Pittsburgh Penguins were up 3-0 a little more than halfway through the first period in game four and were about to take a commanding 3-1 series lead over the Columbus Blue Jackets when, well, I guess they realized it was April. The Penguins allowed Boone Jenner to score a power play goal before the first was over. Ryan Johansen scored another power play goal in the second period before Brandon Dubinsky tied the game with under half a minute remaining in the game, sending it to overtime. That's when things got fun. As fans of the Philadelphia Flyers, everyone knows how bad Marc-Andre Fleury can be and has been over the past few years. No lead is safe with him in net and the Blue Jackets proved that the Flyers aren't the only team in the NHL who have the capability of making Fleury look like Michael Leighton in the 2010 Stanley Cup Finals:
Nick Foligno's overtime winner, maybe it was through a screen, but that's one that Fleury has to have. I'm glad it happened for a few reasons, but the best part is that it's April and we're in the middle of the first round of the playoffs and Marc-Andre Fleury of the Pittsburgh Penguins is, yet again, floundering like nobody's business… and it's awesome.