Zach Werenskiâs intense postgame photo sums up playoff hockey

  • Zach Werenskiâs intense postgame photo sums up playoff hockey

Zach Werenskiâs intense postgame photo sums up playoff hockey

Ryan McDonagh kept the puck in the zone and sent a nice pass to Nash near the front of the net and he slipped a backhand past Price at 4:28 for his second of the series. Once they got their footing, they took it to Columbus with the kind of focus and offensive potency that the Blue Jackets simply don't possess.

Later on in the press conference, Tortorella was asked about his goalie, Sergei Bobrovsky, and how important he is in avoiding a sweep.

Columbus Blue Jackets defenceman Zach Werenski was forced to briefly exit his team's Game 3 loss Sunday after taking a puck to the face.

"You earn your bounces", Pittsburgh captain Sidney Crosby said.

The fan was seen with the autographed jersey at the game. Even if they can squeeze out a win at home, Werenski's loss, coupled with a 3-1 deficit heading back to Pittsburgh, is an nearly impossible feat. Pittsburgh pulled within 3-2 when Patric Hornqvist and Ron Hainsey scored.

Full credit to Marc-Andre Fleury for his performance thus far.

He suffered a facial fracture after having a puck hit him under his right eye in game three.

"That was a big goal by Karlsson".

"His play speaks for itself", coach Todd McLellan said. Game 4 is Wednesday at St. Louis, whose goaltender, Jake Allen, has a.974 save percentage and 0.91 goals-against average after being 3-5 with a.902 and 2.29 in his playoff career coming in. With a 3-0 series lead over the Columbus Blue Jackets, they will be looking to come out strong once again and get a victory. But if the Blue Jackets intend to build on a franchise-best regular season, Bobrovsky probably will need to slay his black-and-gold tormentors.

There was less luck involved when Anderson made it 2-0 with a little over minute left in the period.

NEW YORK - Rick Nash and Jesper Fast scored, Henrik Lundqvist made 23 saves as the New York Rangers beat the Montreal Canadiens to even their first-round playoff series at two games apiece. "In these one-goal hockey games, we have to stick one in the net". "I'm sure a lot of them are down". And then we'll talk about what we have to do. "That was our mentality". It's been a competitive series.

Columbus Blue Jackets' Boone Jenner, right, checks Pittsburgh Penguins' Matt Cullen during the second period of Game 4 of an NHL first-round hockey playoff series Tuesday, April 18, 2017, in Columbus, Ohio. It hasn't been a one-team-dominant series to this point. That's all we're concerned about: To feel good about ourselves tonight, after this game. They've got nothing to lose. "We've got to stay in the moment".

We know that as long as Guenztel is on a line with Crosby, his opportunities to score are always going to be there.