The Blue Jackets scored a controversial goal in Game 4, and it was reminiscent of another Blue Jackets-Bruins moment from five years ago.

Artemi Panarin got Columbus on the board in the first period, but the goal was scored after the puck went out of play. Take a look below. . .

As expected, the no-call prompted some confused reactions:

Coincidentally, this same situation happened during a Blue Jackets-B's matchup back in 2014.

The NHL explained the reasoning for the non-call with a tweet from NHL PR during the game:

Fortunately for the B's, that would end up being the only Columbus goal in the period, which ended with Boston up 2-1.

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