Stanley Cup Final: Did Bruins have six men on the ice on first goal of Game 2?

The Bruins don’t need any help with the way they’re playing right now, but they appeared to get some in Game 2 on Wednesday.

Seconds after Boston was given a power play in the first period, Charlie Coyle put a shot on net and right through the five-hole of Blues goalie Jordan Binnington.

It was a great start for Boston and the sixth straight game in which they scored a power play goal this postseason.

But it possibly shouldn’t have counted.

As NBCSN pointed out on tape after the goal, the Bruins appeared to have six men on the ice at the time Coyle put his shot on net.

Update: But upon further review, this may have been a play earlier in the game and NBCSN indicated as much.

At the same time, the Bruins still do have six men on the ice, so it would have been a penalty, it just might not have come on the first goal.