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Hurricanes strike at the right times

Hurricanes strike at the right times

Hurricanes woke up in time on Wednesday in Raleigh. They tied the game late in the third inning and Ian Cole was the overtime champion in a 2-1 win over the New York Rangers.

In the winning streak, former Montreal Canadiens team Gisbury Kotaniemi earned their first point in the playoffs.

Sebastian Aho previously forced an extra period by cheating Igor Shesterkin’s wakefulness with two minutes and 23 seconds elapsed in the third period. The Hurricanes are leading 1-0 in this second round of the series.

Stand out Lavrinière

Alexis Lavrinier performed well in the first round, collecting two goals and four points in seven matches. When Rangers set their rules in the first half, it was the spark that sparked the opening goal.

Quebecers intercepted a bad succession from Tony de Angelo in the neutral zone to bring himself into enemy territory and pass a perfect pass to Philippe Chettle. The latter was released at the reception and Ante Ranta did not have time to take this step.

Lavrinier thus became the fifth player in Rangers history to accumulate at least five points in a single spring session before his 20th birthday. The former Habs Niklas Sundstrom (1996) is another component.

With that said, Ranta maintained his form in the first round, denying Chettel another goal with the finger of the board. Hence, he banned 27 of the 28 pills directed at him.

After a complicated first round, Shesterkin also found his directions. Not without the help of his posts, he was heading toward the first close in the playoffs, but he wasn’t able to put the finishing touches on. He made 24 saves.

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Game 2 of this series takes place Friday in Carolina, before moving to New York, where Game 3 is at 3:30 p.m. Sunday.