"Bruins" in the fourth match of the Eastern Conference semi-final with a score of 4: 1 (2: 1, 0: 0, 2: 0) defeated the "Blue Jackets" of Columbus, who is currently the Latvian includes national keeper Elvis Merzykin. In the series of a maximum of four wins, the score is 2-2.
Brad Marshan broke out with two gates for Bostonians, and David Pastrņāk was the goalkeeper, but Shon Kurali scored another goal. The only goal for the homeowners was Artemis Panarins.
"We have several chances to score a goal in every match, it's only a matter of time until it's realized," said Marshan after the match, who was rejected three times in the match.
The next game in the series will take place on Saturday in Boston.
Meanwhile, in the fourth fight of the Western Conference, "Avalanche" took over San Jose "Sharks" for their viewers with 3: 0 (0: 0, 1: 0, 2: 0), making them 2-2 in the series.
In the "Avalanche" team, Neito Makinon, Colin Wilson and Eric Johnson scored the goal. In the meantime, Philip Gruber injured all 32 rivals on his throw-in stage and stopped for the first time in his career at the Stanley & # 39; s Cup game.
Mackinone has scored eight Stanley Cup games in a row in the Avalanche team since 2002, when Peter Fowberg was able to play.
The series continues on Saturday with a competition in San Jose.
Together with the Columbus team there is Merzykin. He can only become a member of the Latvian team after "Blue Jackets" has finished his course at Stanley & # 39; s Cup. In the current schedule, when all seven games in this series are played and the Columbus unit fails, the goalkeeper is free by May 8 at the latest.
The World Hockey Championship starts on 10 May.
Last year, Stanley & # 39; s Cup Capitals triumphed in the final round with a 4-1 debut in the Golden Knights of Vegas, becoming the NHL champion in history for the first time. These two teams have already left the Stanley Cup of this season.