Teuvo Teravainen scored the go-ahead aim with 27.9 seconds left in the second interval, and the Carolina Hurricanes beat the Washington Capitals, 2-1, on Thursday night time to even their playoff collection at two video games apiece.
Warren Foegele scored 17 seconds in, giving him three targets in two victories at residence, and Petr Mrazek made 30 saves for the Hurricanes. The collection returns to Washington on Saturday; the street crew has but to guide in the first 4 video games.
“All we’ve done,” the Hurricanes’ captain, Justin Williams, stated, “is hold serve.”
Alex Ovechkin scored a power-play aim and Braden Holtby completed with 22 saves for the defending Stanley Cup-winning Capitals, who had not misplaced consecutive video games in regulation since late January.
The Capitals did not take benefit on the energy play when Foegele drew a boarding minor with 5 minutes eight seconds remaining in regulation after his hit on T. J. Oshie, who needed to go away the sport.
“It’s an extremely dangerous play,” Capitals Coach Todd Reirden stated, including that Oshie “will not be with our team for a while.”
BLUES Three, JETS 2 Jaden Schwartz tipped in the profitable aim with about 15 seconds left to cap St. Louis’s rally from a two-goal third-period deficit at Winnipeg, giving the Blues a Three-2 collection lead. Game 2 is Saturday in St. Louis.
The Blues tied it with 6:08 left when replay assessment decided that Brayden Schenn put a rebound throughout the aim line earlier than the web was knocked misplaced. St. Louis had trailed since Dave Lowry had scored 12 seconds into the first interval for the Jets.
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