Carolina also won the seventh game in this playoffs at home and won the promotion match


Updates: 27.05.2022 06:47

New York – Carolina hockey players defeated the NY Rangers 3: 1 in the fifth round of the 2nd round of the NHL playoffs and took the lead 3: 2 in the series. Martin Nečas helped Hurricanes with one assistance to prolong his domestic invincibility in the elimination fights.

Carolina opened the scoring in the 13th minute in her own weakening. Jordan Staal invited Vincent Trocheck to score with a great frog, and he easily beat Igor Šestťorkin for the first time.

The second power play for the New York hockey players was much better. After a winning throw and a quick combination of Artemis Panarin with Adam Fox, Mika Zibanejad came to the shot from the top of the left circle, who equalized with his sixth goal in the elimination fights.

The decisive goal of the match also fell in the unbalanced number of players on the ice. The Rangers offered the home team the first power play just before halfway, and the Hurricanes did not hesitate to use it. Seth Jarvis found Teuv Teräväinen from the blue line, and the Finnish striker hit exactly over Sixteen’s shoulder after twenty-two seconds of numerical advantage.

Andrej Svečnikov secured the seventh home win in this playoff for Carolina in the 54th minute, who used a separate escape after Nečas’s offer. The Rangers will avert a knockout out on Sunday night at the home of Madison Square Garden.

Results of the 2nd round of the NHL playoffs

Eastern Conference – Match 5:

Carolina – New York Rangers 3: 1 (series 3: 2).

Western Conference – Match 5:

Calgary – Edmonton 4: 5 in overtime (final state of the series 1: 4).


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