Let's look at some of the promotions and news that came out of the first series of the last round that took place this year.
Columbus Blue Jackets 4, Tampa Bay Lightning 3
- This was the first time that Lightning lost to this season in which they had three goals. In fact, the last time this was done, it was December 18, 2015 against Caps.
- Blue Jackets is only the sixth team in the history of the NHL, which has met with a deficit of at least three goals and won the game in the playoffs.
- In addition, Blue Jacket is only the 27th NHL team to overcome the deficit of at least three goals and win the game in regulation.
New York Islanders 4, Pittsburgh Penguins 3
- The Ostrovichians have the best 68 percent NHL victory (34-16) when they reach overtime in the playoffs.
- Evgeniy Malkin scored his 63th goal in a card. Bobbi Hull (62) for his sole possession of the 26th place in the list of all times of the NHL.
- The goal of Malkin was also his 27th card in the post-season game in order to knock Brian Propp Steve Jerman and Joe Sakich for 10th place at all times. 659006] St. Louis Blues 2, Winnipeg Jets 1
- New Year's Frontender and Blues Goalkeeper, Jordan Binnington stopped 25 of 26 shots in his debut match. ] recording his fourth last game victory in the history of the playoffs of the Blues playoffs at 57:55
- Patrick Laine's open goal was only his second goal in his last 19 games.
Dallas Stars 3, Nashville Predators 2
- Miro Heiskanen – Only the third teenager defender in the history of the NHL, who scores two goals in the playoffs. Others Phil Hausley (1983) and Glenn Wesley (1988).
- Roman Josie recorded his own quest for the play-offs, the second-largest defender in his history and took the eighth place overall.
San Jose Sharks 4, Vegas Golden Knights 2
- Ryan Reaves played the team minimum at 9:30 on the ice and received a ten-minute improper behavior for high sticking Evander Kane while both were in their ranks.
- In this game there were only 56 free minutes.
- Sharks were the only favorite in Vegas to win their game on that day.
Photo Title: Mike Carlson