Summary: Avalanche 1 – Lightning 1 (second period)
The Tampa Bay Lightning took just 36 seconds to establish themselves in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final against the Colorado Avalanche.
The first shot with the goalkeeper’s face caused Darcy Comber to lose his mask, then Anthony Cirelli made a comeback to open the scoring.
After that, Lighning continued to blow the opponent’s net and dominated 17-4 in the shots. On the other hand, Andrei Vasilevskiy was less busy, but he also benefited from 13 saved shots in front of him.
Lightning depends on Nikita Kucherov In this fourth game, coach John Cooper announced that the team would use the same formation as in the third game.
Kucherov left Monday’s game in the third half after being checked from behind by the Colorado Avalanche defender Devon Toze.
Paul left Game 3 late in the first period after twisting his leg awkwardly after being hit along the boards. He retired to the locker room after that, but came back in the second period.
Lightning tracked the avalanche 2-1 into the series after Monday’s 6-2 win over Tampa.
Qadri returned, and ascended to Khunin
Nazim Qadri The first game will be played in the Stanley Cup Final.
The 31-year-old veteran was on the sidelines after being knocked down by Evander Kane in Game 3 of the series against the Edmonton Oilers. The midfielder underwent thumb surgery on June 6.
Darcy Comber He will be the starting goalkeeper in Game 4 despite being kicked out of the game by Lightning in Game 3. He allowed five goals from 22 shots in that match.
To be Makinon Rantan
Newhawk Compare O’Connor
Cogliano Storm Helm
Byram E. Johnson
Bales of Stamkos Kucherov
Hagel Cirelli Killorn
Colton Paul Berry
Maron Bellemare Nash
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