Not very objective, but such an amazing scene.
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The Oilers won Game 2 of the “Bottle of Alberta” game against the Flames on Friday night in Calgary, 5-3.
This second round series is now tied at 1-1.
After an attacking festival of 15 goals (!) As a curtain raiser, the two goalkeepers are better than Wednesday. However as Mike Smith quickly failed twice, the start of the encounter was the same as before. Michael Stone started scoring first, then Brett Richie doubled the lead in the seventh minute of the first half.
Duncan Keith brought the Oilers on board before the end of the opening period, closing the gap to 2-1.
Returning from the break, former CH Tyler used numerical dominance to give Tofoli Flames a two-goal lead.
However there was an immediate response from the Oilers. Just one minute later, Connor McDavid (who ?!) scored his sixth goal of the playoffs to make it 3-2.
Jacob Markstrమ్m surrendered again in the middle frame, this time giving Evan Bouchard a low man, so the two opponents were tied 3-3 after 40 minutes.
The stalemate lasted until the middle of the third period. Jack Hyman unleashed it, additionally numerically inferior, at the same time providing the first way for the Oilers in conflict.
Leon Driesight added to that with his seventh goal in the playoffs. His third point in the game.
Markstrom ended his night with 35 runs, compared to the 37 made by Smith.
This whole-Canadian series …