With one preseason game left, the Blue Jackets rested most of their top players, including Rick Nash and goalie Steve Mason, the Calder Trophy winner as the NHL's top rookie last season. They still rallied for their fourth straight win -- two over the Bruins -- to go to 4-2-1 on the preseason.
It was the preseason finale for the Bruins, who open the regular season against Washington next Thursday night -- the first of five straight home games to start the season. They finished the preseason 5-2-1.
With the Blue Jackets down 2-1, Torres tapped a pass from Derick Brassard past Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask at 6:43 of the third period. Torres then delivered a pass to Filatov, who shoveled a short back-hander past Rask at 12:35.
Matthew Calvert opened the scoring for Columbus 2:42 into the game, before Vladimir Sobotka scored later in the opening period. Zdeno Chara, on the power play, gave Boston a 2-1 lead 5:56 into the second period.
Earlier in the day, the Bruins promoted director of hockey operations Don Sweeney to assistant general manager and also announced they had trimmed the roster down to 24 by sending 10 players, including goalie Dany Sabourin, to Providence of the American Hockey League.
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Arena: TD Garden Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Attendance: 16,711 (95.1% full)
Matt Calvert Assist: Derek Dorsett, Andrew Murray
Vladimir Sobotka Assist: Milan Lucic, Michael Ryder
Zdeno Chara (power play) Assist: Milan Lucic, Marc Savard
Raffi Torres Assist: Marc Methot, Derick Brassard
Nikita Filatov Assist: Raffi Torres, Kris Russell
Derek Dorsett (power play) Assist: Grant Clitsome, Kris Russell