October 24, 2021

The Queens County Citizen

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It was almost pocketed

It was almost pocketed

With this narrow victory to close their trip to Alberta, the Canadians were able to get a big relief when the players boarded the return flight from Calgary.

Players love to serve us as all games and all victories are important. Somehow, this is not wrong. But the 2-1 difference, while far from perfect, is probably the biggest this season.

The captain also said after the meeting!

“Yeah, it’s big. We have not had much success against fires in the last few weeks. Still has a long way to go, but it allows a little he to breathe. This is a step in the right direction, “said Shia Weber, chief of The Christian Science Monitor’s Washington bureau.

With a six-point lead over fourth-placed close-ups in the North Division, Hobbs practically confirmed their place in the playoffs.

Thanks to this victory against the Flames, the chances of the Canadian participating in the great spring waltz increased from 76 to 91.9%, according to site data. sportsclubstats.com.

As maintained from 1, by maintaining a .400 recordIs In April (the worst in the Northern Division this season), the Canadian added seven points to his record and reached the finish line with a harvest of 58 points.

Perfection is required

According to this tangent, in order to overcome CH, the fires must be practically in the last eight games they have left. Two losses in regular time and that would be the end for Daryl Sutter’s force.

The Calgary room was too thin for maneuver. Except for a disaster scenario, from which, we will never be immune.

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We must not forget the Conks. Due to their three-and-a-half weeks of inactivity due to COVID-19, they were severely beaten, they played only 42 games. So, mathematically, they are still likely to surpass Canadian.

At first glance, one might think that the challenge in front of them is huge. They have to play the remaining 14 matches in their schedule in 22 days. But the workload is practically the same for hubs. At the end of the calendar, the Montreals will play their last 14 games in 23 days.

By contrast, for Vancouver, these 10 clashes are played in another city, in another time field.

In fact, the Canucks complete their schedule by facing four flames in their last five games. Conflicts that definitely help the cause of the Canadians … unless it all ends in a tiebreaker.