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      Oilers at Flames

      A thrilling end to Game 3 had Connor McDavid left wide open back door, with 6.5 seconds left on the clock. He made no mistake, hammering it home and giving the Oilers a 2-1 series lead.

      Full video highlights from the game can be found here.

      Since the Oilers’ crushing 5-0 victory over the Flames in Game 1, Games 2 and 3 have been decided by a single goal; sure to be a sign of a fantastic series in the making. If you haven't yet, get your Edmonton Oilers jerseys and car flags today!

      Game 4 goes Tuesday night, April 14th at 7:00pm MDT, live on our Facebook page

      Dustin Nielson from TSN 1260 will have the play-by-play call, intermission reports, and much more!

      Here's What Happened
      in the Rest of the League:

      Game 3: St. Louis Blues at Winnipeg Jets  

      The Jets stole home ice advantage by splitting the first two games in St. Louis, and look to deal another blow back at the virtual MTS Centre in Winnipeg, where—despite it being April 12th—it was still -20 degrees Celsius in Winnipeg on Sunday.

      Unfortunately for the Jets, the temperature wasn’t the only thing in the blues on Sunday, as the final score went the way of the Blues, as well. Despite a valiant comeback effort from being down 4-1 in the first, to a 4-4 tie at the end of the second, the Jets fell 5-4 in regulation.

      Scoring Summary:

      STL – O’Reilly (3) – Perron, Binnington
      STL – Blais (1) – Bozak, Faulk
      WPG – Laine (2) – Eakin, Ehlers
      STL – Schenn (2) – Shwartz, Pietrangelo
      STL – Faulk (1) – Pietrangelo, Kyrou

      WPG – Scheifele (1) – Wheeler, Connor
      WPG – Morrissey (1) – Demelo, Shore
      WPG – Pionk (2) – Eakin, Ehlers

      STL – Sundqvist (1) – Barbashev, Parayko

      Blues Lead Series 2-1  

      Game 3: Washington Capitals at Carolina Hurricanes  

      A massive storm surge in Washington saw the Canes up 2-0 in the series, coming home to Raleigh.

      A tight Game 3 had the two teams exchanging goals for the first two periods, but it was Petr Mrazek who stole the show in the 3rd, stopping all 21 shots he faced in the frame.

      The Canes will have their brooms ready on Tuesday, as they look to sweep the series and upset the Capitals.

      Scoring Summary:

      WSH – Ovechkin (1) – Kuznetsov
      CAR – Necas (2) – Gardiner, Van Riemsdyk
      CAR – Slavin (1) – Edmundson, Geekie

      CAR – Necas (3) – Trocheck, Foegele
      WSH – Oshie (2) – Eller, Hagelin
      WSH – Carlson (2) – Eller
      CAR – Aho (2) – Svechnikov, Teravainen

      No Scoring

      Hurricanes Lead Series 3-0 

      Game 3: Boston Bruins at New York Islanders  

      A Game 1 and 2 split in Boston has the series knotted at 1-1 heading back to Long Island, or is it Brooklyn? Who really knows? What we do know is that Game 3 was a thriller, even if it was only played in front of 9,000 Islanders fans. After going down 3-0 early, the Bruins stormed back for a 5-3 victory on the back of a hat-trick from Jake Debrusk.

      Scoring Summary:

      NYI – Barzal (1) – Eberle, Lee
      NYI – Barzal (2) – Eberle, Pulock
      NYI – Pageau (1) – Komarov, Mayfield

      BOS – Pastranak (2) – Marchand, Bergeron
      BOS – Debrusk (1) – Coyle, Kuraly

      BOS – Debrusk (2) – Coyle, McAvoy
      BOS – Debrusk (3) – Lauzon, Grzelcyk
      BOS – McAvoy (1) – Ritchie, Krejci

      Bruins Lead Series 2-1 

      Game 3: Philadelphia Flyers at Pittsburgh Penguins  

      The Flyers were arguably the best team in the NHL in the second half of the regular season, and are showing no signs of slowing down in the playoffs, taking a 2-0 series lead to Pittsburgh, largely thanks to Calude Giroux and Vincent Trocheck.

      Game 3 proved to be no different, as the Flyers walked all over the Penguins, to the tune of a 5-2 victory. Carter Hart was outstanding once again, as Bryan Elliot shed a tear on the bench at the thought that he will likely be traded in the offseason, yet again.

      Scoring Summary:

      PHI – Voracek (2) – Giroux, Couturier
      PHI – Thompson (1) – Raffl, Aube-Kubel
      PIT – Crosby (1) – Sheary

      PHI – Grant (1) – Pitlick, Gostisbehere
      PHI – Gostisbehere (1) – Hagg, Laughton

      PHI – Gostisbehere (2) – Konecny, Hayes
      PIT – Sheary (1) – Letang, Dumoulin

      Flyers Lead Series 3-0 

      Game 3: Tampa Bay Lightning at Toronto Maple Leafs  

      Virtual Maple Leaf Square was buzzing, as their beloved Leafs brought home a series split to Scotiabank Arena on Monday.

      Unconfirmed reports of fake Drake were abundant, after the Canadian rapper stated Sunday—in a fake interview with Kyle Bukaskas—that “I want your [Kyle’s] hot love and emotion, endlessly”. The Leafs must have taken Drake’s comments to heart, as they take took Game 3 by a final score of 3-1.

      Scoring Summary:

      TOR – Matthews (4) – Hyman
      TBL – Kucherov (1) – Killorn, Cernak

      No Scoring

      TOR – Kerfoot (1) – Engvall, Spezza
      TOR – Matthews (5) – Marner, Rielly

      Leafs Lead Series 2-1  

      Game 3: Colorado Avalanche at Dallas Stars

      A horrendous slashing penalty in Game 1 found Corey Perry suspended for a solo game, having him return to action Monday, on the top with Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn.

      Perry had an instant impact, drawing a questionable high-sticking penalty, sending the Stars to a successful powerplay early in the first. They wouldn’t look back from there, taking a 3-0 victory on the back of a perfect performance from Ben Bishop.

      Scoring Summary:

      DAL - Pavelski (2) – Seguin, Benn

      No Scoring

      DAL – Faksa (1) – Klingberg, Dickinson
      DAL – Pavelski (3) – Hintz, Gurianov

      Stars Lead Series 2-1  

      Game 3: Las Vegas Golden Knights at Vancouver Canucks  

      The Canucks returned to Vancouver down 2-0 in their first round series with the Knights, but it was the comments of Zack MacEwen that had everybody talking on Monday.

      “Those beds at the Waldorf Astoria are the worst beds I have ever slept in, in my entire life” said MacEwen Sunday morning as the team boarded their bus to Las Vegas McCarran International Airport, to fly home for Game 3.

      It was later revealed by the team that Zack missed curfew by a full 6 hours after Saturday’s game, as social media posts revealed him attending a Chainsmokers show at Omnia Nightclub at Caesars’ Palace in the early morning hours.

      As a result, Michael Ferland found his way into the lineup in MacEwen’s place on Monday, logging 4:29 of ice time and finishing as a -1. Regardless, the Canucks displayed their best performance of the post-season, coming out with a 5-2 victory.

      Scoring Summary:

      VAN – Pettersson (2) – Horvat, Toffoli
      VAN – Hughes (1) – Miller
      VGK – Marchessault (2) – Stastny, Smith

      VGK – Karlsson (1) – Pacioretty

      VAN – Miller (1) – Hughes, Pettersson
      VAN – Pearson (1) – Gaudette, Boeser
      VAN – Myers (1) – Virtanen

      Knights Lead Series 2-1

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      Jacob Cathro is the producer of our NHL '20 simulation livestream on our Facebook page, and a huge Edmonton Oilers fan!

      As part of the marketing team at United Sport & Cycle, also Jacob creates many of our in-house photos and videos, including a lot of our Instagram content!

      Jacob is a passionate cyclist and can often be spotted helping customers find a bike or an e-bike at our Main Store in Edmonton's Old Strathcona.

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