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Avalanche and Bruins lead in the second round

Avalanche and Bruins lead in the second round

Qualifiers continued last night in the NHL and two teams could advance to the next round. These were the Boston Bruins and the Colorado Avalanche. Here are the results of the evening.

Avalanche in 12 Stanley Cup wins

Nathan MacKinnon’s forces had the opportunity to sweep the series against the St. Louis Blues. And that’s exactly what I did. Avalanche didn’t seem to be afraid in the series, which saw them win four matches in a row to advance to the next round.

It is the first time in nearly 20 years that Colorado has swept the first series.

They will face the winning team from the Golden Knights-Wild series in the next round. Vegas is currently driving it 3-1 and could finish it tonight.

As for the Blues, they will finish 16th if the Canadians lose against Leaves and 15th if Toronto is eliminated.

In four playoff matches, Nathan McKinnon, Mikko Rantanin and Gabriel Landeskog amassed 24 points. What an extraordinary striking force! It will be very difficult to face the three strikers by the end of the qualifiers.

Predators tied the series against hurricanes

After two Hurricanes wins in the first and second matches, everyone agreed that the sweep was highly possible. However, Nashville never gave up and won the last two games in overtime to tie the series 2–2.

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Yesterday afternoon, predator He won 4-3 thanks to Luke Konen’s second goal in the match.

So the series looks more compact than it was imagined. She now ships to Raleigh for game number five.

Here’s the celebration that will make many Canadian fans dream:

In the win, Juuse Saros was exceptional. He stopped 58 rounds out of 61 that were aimed at him. In fact, he became the first goalkeeper since the 1955-56 season to save 50 or more in two consecutive qualifying matches. Finn really is best player For the team since the start of the qualifiers.

Bruins eliminates the capitals in five matches

It was a very emotional and close streak as the first three matches ended in overtime, but the Bruins ended up having four times in five.

After Washington won the first match of the series, Bruce Cassidy’s side won four unanswered matches, including last night’s match 3-1.

It must be said that the capitals were not so lucky with their guards. In any case, Peter LaViolet’s squad did not consider such a hasty elimination.

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The first goal of the match was scored by David Pasternak and what a goal!

Captain Patrice Bergeron scored the winning goal.

The goal of insurance.

Bruins will face series winner Penguins-Islanders, who is currently drawing 2-2.

to me Caps, Tom Wilson series is overAnd the Which means that opposing players will no longer have to watch out for his dirty shots.

Has their captain Alexander Ovechkin played his last game for the team, as his contract expires after the 2021 season? The same goes for defender Zdinu Chara. What a scenario for Big Z to end his career against the team he was successful with. At 44, does the giant still have energy in the tank?

These files will be monitored over the next few months / days.

Oilers on the edge of a cliff

This is a series that we are closely following. The Jets surprised the Oilers with their first two wins. However, they lined up to lose in the third game, losing by three midway through the third game, but in less than four minutes, Paul Morris’ forces returned from behind to enforce an extension period.

Nikolai Ellers completed his comeback in the first overtime with his second goal of the match upon his return to play. What a comeback!

Jets now lead the series 3-0.

After being disqualified for the first two matches, Conor McDavid and Leon Dracitel finally wake up with three points each.

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With two goals and one assist, Leon Dreisitel finished fourth in Oilers’ history in terms of points after 20 playoffs.

By the way, this is his first network of the 2021 series:

The Jets will have the opportunity to direct the Oilers tonight at Bell MTS Place in Winnipeg and cause a big surprise.

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Conor McDavid and Lyon Dreisitel lead the game with three points each … who else?

(Attributed to him 🙂

– A busy night in the NHL tonight.

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