(Las Vegas) Matthias Johnmarck scored a hat-trick and the Vegas Golden Knights beat the Minnesota Wild in seven games to win 6-2 in the final duel on Friday night.
Janmark, who received from the Golden Knights before the trade deadline, scored the first and last two goals for his side, who were second and behind.
The Golden Knights took a 3-1 lead in that series, but they got a ticket to the second round of the playoffs. They will be crossing swords with Colorado Avalanche, who won the Presidents Trophy. In 2021 the two teams split honors in a seasonal series of eight clashes.
In the first game from 1Is In May Defenders Nicholas Hague and Zach Whitecloud also scored in the victory.
Mark-Andre Fleury allowed six goals in 37 shots in his last two starts, but he had a good night on Friday, stopping 19 of the 21 puckers that targeted him.
Golden Knights head coach Peter Deborah has been unbeaten in six N7 games as coach at the NHL.
Jack Paris and Kirill Kaprizov responded for Wild, who have not won a playoff round since 2015. Com Talbot lost 34 savings.
The Golden Knights started the game with great success and they even hit the scoreboard.
Johnmark tossed the record into the air and wild defender Ian Cole knocked it over the ice. However, the Swedish striker followed the game well and he was able to thank Talbot for a beautiful feat.
Wild let it go and he responded to the blow with an opponent to create a tie before the end of the first twenty. Defensive man Ryan Sutter opens a deflected point shot by Joel Erickson. Puck lost some momentum, but Paris, well placed in front of Fleury, slipped it between his legs and between the pads of the Golden Knights Goldtender.
At the start of the second period, the team from Las Vegas came back for a goal through The Hague. William Carlson won the face-off on enemy territory and Hague shot a wrist shot that slipped behind the talbot.
Wild took only 2:30 before equalizing the score again. In the power play, Mats Zukkarello grabs the puck behind Fleury’s net and slips to Kaprizov. The Russian forward left his position and quickly withdrew for the second goal of the playoffs.
However, the Golden Knights hit their opponents by hitting the target twice before the end of the engagement.
After he returned to the game, Passioretti headed to the enclave and mocked the Jordan Greenway cover before he accepted an excellent pass from Chandler Stephenson to thread the needle. WhiteCloud Wild Forward Ryan Hartman Let’s compromise himself before placing the disk in the skylight to the right of the talbot.
Janmark added two goals in the third period, the last of which confirmed his team’s victory from an empty net.