Carolina knocked down Tampa Bay and rose to the top of the entire NHL in terms of points.
Carolina The Hurricanes hit the table on Sunday morning with a hard test of their abilities as it knocked down Tampa Bay at home 4-3 with a handsome performance.
The reigning champion still led 2-0 after the opening round, but after that Carolina took the pace strongly for himself in the first super duo of the number one chain Sebastian Ahon and Martin Necasin under.
At the beginning of the game, Aho appeared to have already taken this victory to the bank.
At the end of the set, Aho, on the other hand, overwhelmed Necas with a 3-2 goal.
Tampa still rose to the levels at the start of the final set, but Necas ended the evening with a second-top goal of the evening, a 4-3 win in the end just under four minutes before the end.
With the victory, Carolina rose just a point away from the Central Division top team from Tampa. However, it has played one match less, and in terms of points, Carolina (74.2) rose to victory as the top NHL team.
With a power of 2 + 2, Necas, who was involved in each goal, was awarded as the number one star in the match, Aho (1 + 1) was the second star. The duo, who play together both over and under, got ice time in the match for more than 23 minutes. Both fired as many as six shots at the man towards the goal.
The most even playing alongside the radar pair played Nino Niederreiter.
Aho, 23, and Czech savvy Necas, 22, who is only playing his second full NHL season, have recently found brilliant chemistry with each other, which has also been featured on the scoreboard.
– It’s fun to play with him. Necas is top-notch and we think of the game the same way. He really stepped out of us today, first center Aho praised his chain mate after the game.
The duo occupies the Top Positions on Carolina’s internal points exchange. After 33 matches, Aho has a power of 15 + 18 = 33, Necas has forged 30 games 9 + 19 = 28.
Carolina’s Star Defender Dougie Hamilton in turn, toast at the moment in a staggering 14-match points tube.
Aho’s radar pair of recent years Teuvo Teräväinen the return schedule is still obscured. Teräväinen, who suffered from a concussion, has only been able to play one match since 19 February.
Saros in a wild blow
As one of the hottest goalkeepers in the NHL, great Hair Saros has reached a really strong mood between the poles of Nashville after a difficult start to the season.
Saros was again the guarantor of the victory when Nashville claimed a top 3-1 away win from Chicago for the playoffs.
Saros, who defeated 29 times, was selected as the second star of the match.
The Finns were strongly present anyway, because Mikael Granlund scored a third goal for Nashville in the final. Eeli Tolvanen in turn, with one pass, increased his score to four games.
Kevin Lankinen defeated Chicago goal 31 times.
In his previous nine matches, Saros have conceded a total of only 10 goals. During this time, his defensive percentage is a whopping 96.2 and the average number of goals conceded is 1.21.
Saros was sidelined in early March due to injury. When he came back last week since then the track has been staggering: 5 matches, 4 wins, 4 goals conceded and a bounce rate of 97.7.
Nashville have won six of their previous seven matches. It has already risen two points away from Chicago, which was caught in the last playoff spot.
Boston Bruins–Buffalo Sabres 3–2 (0–1, 1–1, 2–0) Bu: Henri Jokiharju 0 + 1
Philadelphia Flyers–New York Rangers 2–1 (0–1, 1–0, 1–0)
Detroit Red Wings–Columbus Blue Jackets 3–1 (2–0, 0–1, 1–0)
Colorado Avalanche–Vegas Golden Knights 2–3 ja. (2–1, 0–1, 0–0, 0–1) C: Joonas Donskoi 1 + 0
Carolina Hurricanes–Tampa Bay Lightning 4–3 (0–2, 3–0, 1–1) C: Sebastian Aho 1+1
Toronto Maple Leafs–Edmonton Oilers 4–3 ja. (0–0, 1–3, 2–0, 1–0)
Pittsburgh Penguins–New York Islanders 6–3 (2–0, 3–1, 1–2)
Chicago Blackhawks–Nashville Predators 1–3 (0–1, 1–1, 0–1) C: Kevin Lankinen 31/34 rejected. N: Mikael Granlund 1 + 0, Eeli Tolvanen 0 + 1, Juuse Saros 29/30 against.
Dallas Stars–Florida Panthers 3–4 ja. (2–2, 0–1, 1–0, 0–1) D: Esa Lindell 0 + 1
Calgary Flames–Winnipeg Jets x–x (2–0, 0–2 x–x)
Arizona Coyotes–San Jose Sharks x–x (0–0, 2–0, x–x)
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