New York Rangers force Game 7

The first round of this year’s playoffs in the National Hockey League offers a great spectacle in virtually every game.

Well, last night was no exception.

Here is a summary of the three playoff games that were presented last night.

1. The Rangers return and force Game 7 against the Penguins

After falling 3-1 in their series against the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Rangers are tied again in this series.

They won Game 6 by a score of 5-3 at Pittsburgh.

The Rangers overcame a 2-0 deficit by scoring three goals in quick succession to take the lead in the game.

This makes two Rangers comebacks in the space of two games against elimination.

Here are some goals from the game.

Two goals in one minute and 16 seconds!

What a pass from Igor Shesterkin on Rangers’ third unanswered goal.

Here it is from another angle.

Louis Domingue would certainly like to see this shot by Chris Kreider on Rangers’ game-winner late in the third period.

Another rather fun highlight.

2. Florida Panthers win first playoff series in 26 years

We often talk about the Toronto Maple Leafs when it comes to teams that can’t buy a win in the first round of the playoffs, but the Panthers were even worse off than the Maple Leafs before yesterday’s game.

In fact, it had been since 1996 that the Florida Panthers hadn’t won a playoff series.

That dismal stat is now a thing of the past, as the Panthers won last night in Game 6 of their series against the Washington Capitals.

The Panthers won 4-3 in overtime in a very exciting game from start to finish.

Carter Verhaeghe was once again a hero for the Panthers when he scored his team’s game-winning goal for the third straight game.

Here are some goals from the game.

As the Panthers appeared to be running away with the win, TJ Oshie forced overtime by tying the game with just over a minute left.

3. Dallas Stars continue to hassle Flames as they force Game 7

Since the beginning of this series, most hockey fans have agreed that the Stars are amazing. Few expected to see them take on the Flames in this way.

Dallas is so tough on Calgary that there will be a Game 7 in Calgary tomorrow night.

Last night in Game 6, the Stars won 4-2 in a pretty close game where the Stars made 40 shots while the Flames made 38.

So you’ll understand that the goalkeepers were solid, as this save by Jacob Markstrom proves.

Here are some goals and highlights from the game.

Nikita Zadorov picked up Luke Glendening, setting the tone for the game in a series where the two teams already hate each other enough.

Here is Miro Heiskanen’s winning goal.

In short, therefore, we will be entitled to no fewer than five Game 7s out of the eight first-round playoffs.

Are here.

Therefore, we will be entitled to an excellent weekend of hockey.

Much

– Here are the results of the previous day.

– Here are the best tips of the day before.

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– On today’s show, three VERY big games number 7.

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