May 22, 2022

The Queens County Citizen

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CH is done again at the leaves

CH is done again at the leaves

There will be no playoffs this spring at the Bell Center. But one evening, we felt like we were getting relief from last spring’s fever.

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It should be said that the ones in the village were maple leaves. As always when the pandemic plans were not destroyed, several hundred supporters dressed in blue occupied their seats in the amphitheater.

Once again, Leafs fans returned to Toronto in frustration. Despite a clear dominance over their favorites, the Canadians won by 4 to 2.

Paul Byron scored the winning goal in less than two and a half minutes.

Also, this is the first time since February 8, 2020 that two rivals have faced each other at the Full Bell Center.

Cole Cowfield, after scoring his sixth goal in seven games, gave them a little extra by jumping into the bay window to blame a series of fans showing their loyalty to the visiting club. The young man has a vision.

Thanks to Jake Allen

For most of the evening, visitors played the game.

With the start of the fifth inning, the goaltender still faced a barrage of at least 40 shots (51). That’s three times in a row. He surrendered only to Aston Mathews and William Nylander.

“Throughout the year he was one of our most consistent players. He makes huge saves to keep us in the game, Byron said. Our first period did not go well. We were under a lot of pressure and he was able to hold the score 1-0.

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