Updates: 29.12.2021 06:39
New York – Hockey forward Ondřej Palát decided in the NHL goal in overtime to win Tampa Bay 5: 4 over Montreal and was declared the second star of the match. It was surpassed only by his teammate Brayden Point, who scored three points (2 + 1). The Stanley Cup defender won the ninth time of the last ten games and consolidated his lead in the competition.
Montreal is the last in the Eastern Conference, but on the ice the leader turned Kale Clague and David Savard in the third period from 2: 3 to 4: 3 and was only twenty seconds away from the victory. However, when playing without a goalkeeper, Corey Perry sent the match into overtime, which ended in 60:36 Palát with a shot from the left side over the concrete of Sam Montembeault. The Czech forward scored for the tenth time in the season.
Lukas Vejdemo opened the scoring in the eleventh minute, Tampa Bay turned Poin’s two goals in the opening period. At the beginning of the middle, Rafael Harvey-Pinard equalized and Montreal rejoiced for a moment from Brendan Gallagher’s goal at 3: 2, but the referees did not recognize him for an illegal defense by the goalkeeper. The guests protested, but failed with a coach’s challenge, for which they received a minor penalty, and shortly after it expired, Ross Colton struck.
Source: České noviny – sport by www.ceskenoviny.cz.
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