Vegas did not use the first advance match point, Dallas turned the game in overtime

Update: 26.05.2023 06:36

Dallas – Dallas defeated Vegas 3-2 in overtime in the NHL Western Conference finals and dropped the series to 1-3 in games. The Golden Knights fell in the playoffs after five straight wins and did not use the first advance match point. Jason Robertson scored two goals, Joe Pavelski scored the decisive goal at 63:18.

Vegas hockey players made a strong move to advance to the Stanley Cup finals for the second time in the club’s history and took the lead in the fifth minute thanks to William Karlsson. The Swedish forward directed Reilly Smith’s offer into the goal and scored the eighth goal of the ongoing playoffs. Dallas responded in the first period. In the 16th minute, Robertson found his way around the goal area perfectly, and the puck hit the goal from the air.

Also in the second period, Vegas hockey players were the first to assert themselves. Jonathan Marchessault put them in the lead in the middle of regular time. Once again, Dallas was able to answer and once again it was Robertson. The 23-year-old forward worked well in goal for the second time and scored the sixth goal in the playoffs.

No goals were scored in the third period, so the winner was decided by overtime for the third time in the series. In it, the Dallas players rejoiced for the first time. Veteran Pavelski scored the win after a Finnish power play between Roop Hintz and Miro Heiskanen. Hintz has already scored 24 points in the playoffs and dominates productivity with a three-point lead over Matthew Tkachuk.

NHL Western Conference Finals Playoffs – Game 4:

Dallas – Vegas 3:2 v prodl. (1:1, 1:1, 0:0 – 1:0)

Goals: 16. and 38. J. Robertson, 64. Pavelski – 5. W. Karlsson, 31. Marchessault. Shots on goal: 42:39. Spectators: 18,532. Stars of the match: 1. J. Robertson, 2. Pavelski (both Dallas), 3. A. Hill (Vegas). Series status: 1:3.

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