Alex Killorn scores twice as Lightning Beat Devils in game 2


Game 3 is Monday night in Newark.

Andrei Vasilevskiy stopped 41 shots, limiting the Devils to the unbadisted target of rookie Nico Hischier in the opening period, the sixth playoff goal of Sami Vatanen at the end of the second and third of Blake Coleman. Goalkeeper Cory Schneider came out of the bench to keep the Devils in the game with 10 saves, nine in the final period.

Five players scored in the final Tampa Bay game to 5-3 with eight minutes left.

Rayo's 5-2 victory in Game 1, with only one of the goals from the top line of the Kucherov team, Steven Stamkos and JT Miller, the empty Kucherov player with just over a minute remaining.

Second and second of Tampa Bay the third lines once again did most of the damage, with a points score at 12:15 of the first period and Killorn, Johnson and Kucherov adding goals over a period of three minutes from second to build a 4-1 advantage.

Both of Killorn's objectives came or n power games. The second Kucherov series deviated from Vatanen's staff to the Devils' network.


Wing Devils Miles Wood and Lightning defender Braydon Coburn chased the puck in their playoff game on Saturday.

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Vasilevskiy stopped 29 of 31 shots in the first game and stood out again on Saturday, when the Devils beat Rayo, 44-25.

BRUINS 7, MAPLE LEAFS 3 David Pastrnak had a hat trick and three badists to help Boston defeat Toronto for the second straight game, leading the Bruins to a two-game lead to none in the series. playoffs to the best of seven Eastern Conference.

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Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron had four badists for the Bruins, and Torey Krug had three. Tuukka Rask stopped 30 shots for Boston, and also scored David Krejci, Rick Nash, Jake DeBrusk and Kevan Miller.

Two nights after Frederik Andersen allowed five goals in the first game of the series, he allowed three more in five shots in the first 12 minutes 13 seconds before being replaced by substitute Curtis McElhinney, who stopped 19 of the 23 shots he faced.

PREDATORS 5, AVALANCHE 4 Ryan Hartman's goal with the empty net with 1:09 to play ended up being the winner, as the Predators resisted against Colorado in Nashville by a two-game lead to none in his first round series of the Western Conference. After Hartman gave the Predators a 5-3 lead, Alexander Kerfoot put Colorado in 5-4 with 35.8 seconds left. But the avalanche could not get another puck past goalkeeper Pekka Rinne.

Kevin Fiala had one goal and one badist, and Viktor Arvidsson, Ryan Johansen and Austin Watson each scored a goal. P. K. Subban and Mattias Ekholm each had two badists for Nashville, which has won 12 in a row over the avalanche. Rinne made 26 saves. Nathan MacKinnon had a goal and an badist, and Gabriel Bourque and Gabriel Landeskog each added a goal for Colorado.

SHARKS 3, DUCKS 2 Logan Couture had a goal and an badist, Martin Jones made 28 saves and San Jose stood out on the road again, defeating Anaheim to bring a game advantage to none in their series of tiebreak in the first round of the Western Conference.

Marcus Sorensen and Tomas Hertl also scored for the Sharks, who gave another disciplined and organized performance as they moved in the middle of their first playoff win since their Stanley Cup final in 2016. The Sharks are also halfway through on the way to his first playoff victory over Anaheim, his rivals for a long time.

Hampus Lindholm had one goal and one badist Ducks, who are coming out of the Honda Center with a 0-2 series deficit for the third time in their last five playoff series.

Jakob Silfverberg scored in the first minute and John Gibson stopped 32 shots when Anaheim dropped to 3-6 in their series. l nine postseason games at home.

Game 3 is Monday night in San Jose.

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