Wednesday , May 12 2021

Golden Knights defeated Kanuks for the fifth straight win in the season

VANCOUVER – Max Pacioretty scored twice, and the Golden Knights of Vegas in the quarter-finals won their fifth straight game in a season, 4-3 against the Vancouver Canucks at Rogers Arena.

Vegas gave up 3: 1 lead in the third period, but William Carlson scored a sharper goal with 6:25 left, converting 2-to-1 in a tight backdoor from Riley Smith a few seconds after Smith suppressed him backward.

"It's good to win when you do not play the best," Carlson said. "One hundred percent [Smith’s] goal. I just had the stick there and I struck the puck a lot. It's good for me and Reilly to finally get a shorthand. We have had many chances in the past, but we feel like every game we are dangerous for shorthand. "

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William Bearer also scored, and Mark-André Flerie made 33 savings for the Golden Knights (14-12-1), who surpassed the opponents 23-8 in the five games.

"It's a great deal for the team," Pacioretti said. "Let's quit two, then go down and get a short run, it's like building chemistry and building an impulse. This attitude has never been completed for our team during this series and we've seen how well we can to play when we are playing the right way. It was a lot of fun, but we have to keep going. "

Video: VGK @ VAN: Pacioretty beats a single timer for PPG

Brock Buser there were two goals, and Alexander Edler scored for Canucks (11-14-3), who are 1-8-2 in the last 11 games. Bo Horvat had two assists, and Jacob Markstrom make 27 savings.

"If we play this way, we will be fine," said Canucks coach Travis Green.

Boazer, playing his second game after the missing 11 with a broken wrist, made it 1-0 at 9:46 from the first period after a beautiful game of Elias Petterson. The Kanuks journalist was knocked down in the gap after intercepting the flaw in the blue line, but left his knees back in Boeser in the slot for a timer last Fleur.

"It's huge," said Boser. "He told me on the bench that he heard me shout, he did not know where I was. It's a great game."

Vegas leveled 1-1 at 14:00, when he returned to jumping.

Pacioretty made 2-1 on a 3: 5 timer of the second period, and extended the lead to 3-1 on a timer of rush 1:13 in the third period. It was the third game with two goals in the last five years for Pacioretty, who has 11 points (eight goals, three assists) in a row from 7 points to four points (two goals, two assists) in the first 16 matches.

"You do not want to scan from a position," Pacioretty said of using one timer for each goal. "At the beginning of the year, you will do this, and if I try to move too much, then I will lose my position."

Patients are also attributed to lineages Alex Tukh and Cody Eakin, who made quite a bit of play to set his second goal for the recent success.

"It's something I feel about chemistry and it's there now, but we have to continue with that," Pachioretti said. "Both are fun to play."

Edler reduced the lead to 3: 2, with a return to 2: 50, while Boerser beat him 3-3 in the back of Sam Gagner at 8:48, before the Canucks give up the winning goal.

"These are pulse changers," said Boser.

Video: VGK @ VAN: Pacioretty pots second pass Eakin

They said

"Thank you, I'll take it, they always call me an old man, I do not know, I'm just trying to get in front of the package as soon as possible, a bit more smart to be able to better read the game sometimes. However, I feel good" . – goalkeeper of "Golden Knights" Mark-André Flerie, who turned 34 on Wednesday, to the question of whether this was as fast as it was once sideways, after making some good savings

"He enjoys a bit more, knowing that we played a good game and we did not get the two points at the end of the night. There will be a time when you will not play the best and you will get two more points, and tonight was one of the nights where we played, I thought, pretty well in 60 minutes and we did not get the two points. " – Canucks defender Ben Hutton

He needs to know

Tukh has eight points (three goals, five assists) in a row of five matches, and Ekin has six points (two goals, four assists) in the last five games. … Smith has 10 points (one goal, nine assists) in the last seven games. … canus forward Antoine Russell was too late scratching with the upper part of the body, so Tim Schaler, which was supposed to be a healthy zero, played its 200th NHL game.

What's next?

Golden Knights: The Edmonton Eilers on Saturday (10am ET, CBC, SN, SN360, SN1, CITY, ATTSN-RM, NHL.TV)

Canucks: Host of Dallas Stars on Saturday (4 o'clock ET, SNP, FS-SW, NHL.TV)

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