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Chris Kreider (almost single-handedly) takes down the Hurricanes

Chris Kreider (almost single-handedly) takes down the Hurricanes

Last night, two NHL games were shown.

First, the Rangers tried to end the Hurricanes' comeback hopes, then the Oilers and Canucks played Game 5 of their series.

Here's what caught the eye at Pitman Arena:

Chris Kreider (almost single-handedly) takes down the Hurricanes

The Hurricanes returned in front of their home fans to try to level the series at 3-3, after trailing 0-3 earlier in the same series.

The locals clearly had the knife in their teeth, scoring three of the first four goals of the game to take a 3-1 lead.

The fans there started dreaming of match No. 7.

Clearly, all was smiling for the Hurricanes at this stage of the meeting.

Even Jordan Martinuk was there in a stunning sequence to save Rangers from one goal. More and more, the Canes seemed headed toward victory…

But in the third period, Chris Kreider clearly had enough. The Rangers striker scored not one goal, not two goals, but three unanswered goals to give his team the lead.

Kreider is clearly tired of seeing the tornadoes continue.

Barclay Goodreau completed the score into an empty netThe Rangers won 5-3.

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So they won the series in six games, and will face the winner of the Panthers-Bruins series in the East Final.

Canucks overcome controversial penalty, push Oilers to the end

We were treated to Game 5 of the series between the Canucks and Oilers last night in Vancouver.

It is clear that Evander Kane realized the importance of the moment, as from the first minutes of the first half he gave his team the lead.

Great pass from Leon Draisaitl in the goal.

At the end of the premiere, we got more excitement. Carson Soucy got both teams back to square one…before seeing Matthias Janmark give the Oilers the lead just seconds later.

The score was 2-1 after 20 minutes.

In the second, Phil Di Giuseppe brought the two teams back to square one.

He scored the first goal of his career in the playoffs on the series.

At the end of the period, we were faced with a very controversial scene, when Elias Pettersson was sent to the cell because he “accused the opponent.”

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I'll let you form your own opinion on that…but let's just say it wasn't unanimous.

At the end of the third period, the score was still 2-2…but JT Miller clearly didn't want to play overtime: with 32 seconds left, he threaded the needle to score the winning goal.

Supporters at the site honored him by chanting his name.

The Canucks won 3-2, thus simultaneously taking a 3-2 lead in the series.

They will have a chance to eliminate the Oilers tomorrow night, against Edmonton.

extension

– unbelievable.

We are trying to help him in Vancouver despite the (very) difficult series.

– A good gesture.

– This is the first goal for Rangers, scored by Vincent Trocheck.

Ooops.

-Great company.

– He wasn't happy.

– Top scorers of the evening.

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(Credit: screenshot/NHL.com)

– Two matches are on offer this evening.

  • Panthers vs. Bruins (7 p.m.). Florida leads the series 3-2.
  • Stars vs. Avalanche (10 p.m.). Dallas leads the series 3-2.