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      Round 2, Game 3 - Highlights from Around the League

      Game 3: Edmonton Oilers at Vancouver Canucks

      Game 3 may have been the best game we’ve seen all playoffs so far, as right from puckdrop it was clear that both teams came to battle.

      Joakim Nygård would drop the gloves in the opening moments with Antoine Roussel, in a spirited tilt that saw the Oilers forward come out on top.

      Kailer Yamamoto would open the scoring late in the 1st frame, with an absolutely gorgeous one-handed goal.

      A surge from the Canucks had them up 3-2, after 2, with goals from Beagle, Toffoli, and Boeser.

      Zack Kassian was the story of the 3rd for the Oilers, with his 2nd goal of the hockey game and not 1, but 2 fights in the same period. The Oilers would knot things up, taking this game to overtime.

      Unfortunately for the simulation Oilers, Tanner Person would score early in the extra frame, giving the Canucks life in the series, now trailing 2 games to 1.

      Tyler Ennis and Joakim Nygård were both injured for the Oilers, as well as Jake Virtainen and Bo Horvat for the Canucks. Each of the 4 players will miss Game 4, on Tuesday.

      Also out of Game 4 (and 5), will be Troy Stecher, after receiving a 2-game suspension from Kerry Fraser for kicking Joakim Nygård, leading to Nygård’s injury.

      Full video highlights from the game can be found here.

      Game 4 will be LIVE on our Facebook Page
      , with Dustin Nielson from TSN 1260 Edmonton on Tuesday, April 28th at 7:00pm MDT! We hope to see you there! 

      EDM – Yamamoto (2) – Unassisted

      EDM – Kassian (3) – McDavid 
      VAN – Beagle (1) – Unassisted
      VAN – Toffoli (2) – Pettersson, Miller
      VAN – Boeser (2) – Tanev, Hughes

      EDM – Kassian (4) – McDavid, Bear
      VAN – Eriksson (3) – Edler, Roussel
      EDM – Nugent-Hopkins (5) – Draisaitl, Benning 

      VAN – Pearson (2) – Pettersson, Hughes

      3 Stars (1-3):
      Kassian, Pearson, Pettersson

      Oilers Lead Series 2-1

      Caption: Tanner Pearson wires the game-winning-goal past Mike Smith

      Here's What Happened
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      Game 3: Dallas Stars vs. St. Louis Blues

      Roope Hintz carried on his playoff heroics in Game 3, with the overtime winner to give the Stars a 2-1 series lead over the Blues, though it was Alex Pietrangelo misplaying the puck into his own net that gave the Stars the win.

      Also scoring for the simulation Stars would be ex-Oiler Andre Sekera, as well as Oiler-enemy Cory Perry.

      St. Louis will have plenty of work to do, after losing home ice advantage, if they plan to repeat their Stanley Cup victory from 2019.

      Game 3 will go from the fake American Airlines Center in simulation Dallas on Wednesday, where— hopefully—there will be more options than cookies or bits 'n' bites for an in-game snack.

      DAL – Sekera (2) – Pavelski, Janmark

      STL – Perron (2) – Gunnarsson, Thomas
      STL – Sanford (5) – Perron, Thomas
      DAL – Perry (3) – Seguin, Lindell

      DAL – Faksa (3) – Unassisted
      STL – Steen (2) – Unassisted

      DAL – Hintz (3) – Unassisted

      3 Stars (1-3): 
      Hintz, Perron, Sekera

      Stars Lead Series 2-1 

      Caption: Alex Pietrangelo smashed his stick over the boards, after scoring an own-goal in overtime

      Game 3: Carolina Hurricanes vs. Philadelphia Flyers

      Anton Forsberg played in what will likely be his final playoff game of the season on Monday, as Petr Mrazek is poised to return from injury, for Game 4 on Wednesday.

      Forsberg made a case for himself, however, backstopping a fantastic performance in Game 3.

      But, it would not be enough, as Kevin Hayes would finally beat Forsberg in double overtime, giving the Flyers the 2-1 series lead.

      Game 4 will be Wednesday night back in simulation Raleigh.

      PHI – Aube-Kubel (3) – Raffl, Myers

      No Scoring

      CAR – McGinn (1) – Fleury, Dzingel

      No Scoring

      PHI – Hayes (4) – Aube-Kubel, Giroux

      3 Stars (1-3): 
      Hart, Forsberg, Aube-Kubel

      Flyers Lead Series 2-1 

      Caption: Flyers teammates celebrate their Game 3 victory

      Game 3: Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Boston Bruins

      Game 3 gave early signs of another low scoring affair between the Bruins and Lightning, with a scoreless 1st period.

      Patrice Bergeron would open the scoring for the Bruins in the 2nd, but from that point on, it was all Tampa Bay.

      Kucherov (2), Stamkos, Gourde and Palat would all grab tallies for the Bolts, as they cruise to a crushing 5-1 Game 3 win.

      Tampa fans were thrilled as they left the arena, opening up their umbrellas in the middle of a severe thunderstorm to get back to their vehicles. Only minor injuries were reported.

      No Scoring

      BOS – Bergeron (4) – Pastrnak, Marchand
      TBL – Kucherov (5) – Stamkos, Point
      TBL – Stamkos (7) – Kucherov, Cernak
      TBL – Gourde (2) – Johnson, Shattenkirk
      TBL – Kucherov (6) – Point, Stamkos

      TBL – Palat (1) – Shattenkirk, Johnson

      3 Stars (1-3): 
      Kucherov, Vasilevskiy, Stamkos

      Lightning Lead Series 2-1

      Caption: Tyler Johnson congratulated Andrei Vasilevskiy, after a stellar performance from the netminder in Game 3

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