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Bozak's shorthanded goal helped set tone in Game 5.
The biggest narrative of the 2013 Stanley Cup quarterfinals has been the importance of special teams, and Friday's action only reinforces how huge special teams are.
On Friday night, the Toronto Maple Leafs were able to score a short-handed goal, and it got them going in the second period of Game 5. It gave them the first goal of the game, and it provided them with a huge boost.
The Boston Bruins went 0-of-2 on the power play, and surrendering a short-handed goal to the Leafs was a critical mistake in Game 5.
The Bruins weren't able to get momentum going because of James Reimer, and that potentially changes if the Bruins score a power-play goal.
The Washington Capitals scored a game-tying goal in the second period against the Rangers, and conversely the Rangers' power play squandered four opportunities.
Special teams have dominated each series, and generally the team that gets the job done with special teams has been successful.