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The Canadians: Ben Chiarot scores in extra time in Calgary and puts the finishing touches brilliantly

The Canadians: Ben Chiarot scores in extra time in Calgary and puts the finishing touches brilliantly

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Calgary – The Canadians had to work hard to erase two deficits, but they finally paid off for one of the big hitters of the Western Conference.

Ben Shearoot scored his second goal of the match after 63 seconds in overtime The Montreal team beat the Calgary Flames 5-4 on Thursday at Scotiabank Saddledome.

The Canadian had to come from behind 1-0 and 3-1 before eventually taking the lead when Mike Hoffman scored late in the third inning. However, Elias Lindholm answered the Flames less than 30 seconds before the end of the match.

Chiarot played the champs in an overtime period, cashing in a throw-in from Rem Petlik into the goal.

The Canadian wiped out a 4-0 deficit on Tuesday against the Winnipeg Jets, before losing 8-4. This time, his fighting spirit was rewarded.

“We fought in Winnipeg. I am not surprised to see we fought so hard tonight,” said Team Canada interim manager Martin St. Louis. The guys trust that with the way we play, we never get out of the game.

“We’ve proven it at Winnipeg, we’ve proven it tonight. It’s nice to see the guys being rewarded.”

The Canadians have won six of their last seven matches and finished off a streak of 11 home wins for Flames in a row.

“We are starting to prove that we can play anyone. St. Louis remember that the Flames are equipped to go far in the playoffs. It was a huge challenge for us and I am happy with how things turned out.”

Hoffman also scored three assists and one Kiarot, while Nick Suzuki scored a goal and assisted twice for the Canadian (14-34-7). Jeff Petrie also scored a goal and Andrew Hammond stopped 30 shots.

“It’s the best match I’ve seen Suzuki play, and I’m not saying that because it wasn’t very good before,” St. Louis said. Tonight, he raised his level against a top team. He had a good challenge and was a leader for us on the ice. »

Andrew Mangyapan scored a goal and two assists, while Johnny Goudreau and Blake Coleman were the top scorers for Flames (32-14-7), who had won 11 previous home games. Jacob Markstrom stopped 30 rounds.

Striker Michael Pesetta and defender Kali Clagge have been added to the Canadians’ squad, at the expense of Mathieu Perrault and Corey Schoenemann.

Jake Evans did not return to play in the third period. Brett Ritchie shrugged his shoulders and hit him in the face with batons. The Canadian simply indicated that he was shot in the upper part of his body.

Canadians will be back at work on Saturday when they visit the Edmonton Oilers.

Work from start to finish

The Flames took advantage of the Canadian generosity in their territory to quickly knock on the door, without taking advantage of it.

What a match from Ben Shearoot!

It took until 11:06 of the first twenty hours for us to see Flames appear in large letters. Coleman was ignored in the net by Petri and Jake Evans and the Flames forward sent off a superb serve from Mangiapane into the back of the net.

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The Flames threatened in a power match late in the first period, but Hammond was skilled at thwarting Lindholm and Tyler Toffoli. He also played luck when Gaudreau’s throw-in deviated from his glove before rebounding off the post, never crossing the goal line.

Just at the end of the penalty kick against Brett Colak, the Canadian took advantage of Oliver Killington’s spin to over-attack and tied the match by 26 seconds on the clock. Arturi Likonen had his shot blocked by Markstrom, then sent Suzuki the second leg in front of the net. Petrie was passing by And his throw crept into the goal.

Flames regained the lead at 12:08 of the second half. Alexander Romanov struggled to control Hammond’s throw-in into the corner and Goudreau took the opportunity to collect the puck and step into the net. Gaudreau’s record Thanks to a shot in the top corner.

Mangiapane doubled Flames’ progress Shorthand, with 4:20 to go in the second period. He scored with a good backhand.

The Canadian closed the difference with 2:16 remaining in the second half, in a two-man power game. at the mouth of the net, Suzuki surprised Markstrom with a low shot on the far side.

Chiarot finally got everyone back to square one after 4:38 playing in the third period. After a nice climb from Suzuki, Mike Hoffman gave up his puck Chiarot, which I threw out of the hatch Beat Markstrom.

There were plenty of chances for both teams after that, and Canada’s Hoffman finally gave the lead with a time of 2:45.

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However, the flames had time to respond. Lindholm managed to hit the open net with 27.3 seconds left, as Markstrom was replaced by an extra striker and after two consecutive releases not allowed into custody.

Chiarot finally allowed the Canadian to get the last word in overtime.

Chiarot Calgary Ties

Chiarot plays champions in overtime