Publicado: Sol, Abril 14, 2019
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

Lightning look to bounce back from Game 1 collapse

Lightning look to bounce back from Game 1 collapse

The Columbus Blue Jackets are making a serious bid to knock the team with the best regular-season record out of the playoffs.

Two down. Two more to go.

"We've been through a lot of games together, battled through a lot, lot of different situations to where we know what we need to do". "We're keeping our heads down and our eyes on the prize". The go-ahead goal was scored by Seth Jones on the power play with 5:55 remaining on assists by Artemi Panarin and Zach Werenski. The Blues jackets have been solid on offense of late and they will score enough for this game to go over the total, but not enough to keep the game within two goals. Four unanswered goals later, the Lightning found themselves with a rather bad taste in their mouth otherwise known as a Game 1 loss. They already boast an Art Ross victor, not to mention the President trophy (62-win regular season). It's going to be key for Tuukka Rask to be just as good in the playoffs as he was during the regular season. If the Flames can clean up the discipline issues and play right, things should work out just fine. Alarms are going off. Barring injuries to key, key players, or a run of frightful luck, I don't see how this team loses in a seven-game series.

The game kicked off with Alex Killorn's shorthanded breakaway goal and the Lightning were up 3-0 just 17 minutes and 50 seconds into the game.

"He's an elite player in the league at a young age", Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy said.

The Columbus Blue Jackets and Tampa Bay Lightning meet Friday in game two of the National Hockey League first round at the Amalie Arena.

BLUES 2, JETS 1: In Winnipeg, Manitoba, Tyler Bozak scored with 2:05 left in the third period to give St. Louis Blues the victory in Game 1 of the Western Conference opening-round playoff series.

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"My 19-year-old year, when it was April, I was drinking beers in my frat basement", Dallas defenseman Ben Lovejoy said. "I'm not anxious about our team, how they handle things".

The raucous crowd that was chanting "Let's Go Islanders!" from before the teams came out for pregame warmups, roared when the Islanders stepped on the ice and booed loudly when the Penguins followed. Those are some pretty respectable numbers, but are we really going to start betting on Petr Mrazek?

"Our mentality was, we wanted to outscore them tonight instead of build a lead and then shut then down", Lightning coach Jon Cooper said.

In NHL 19, the sport returns to the ponds where players can compete under a unified progression hub called World of CHEL that unites EA Sports Hockey League, NHL THREES Drop In and two new modes, NHL ONES and Pro-Am. Tampa will look to get back on track in this one and you can bet they will be a bit angry, but will it be enough to slow down the red-hot blue jackets?

They managed a respectable four shots on goal during those four power plays, although the shooters were a mix of defensemen (P.K. Subban and Ryan Ellis) and maybe not the ideal forwards you'd want firing the puck (Brian Boyle and Kyle Turris). Seven Capitals players have scored at least 20 goals this season, so that's not a problem and neither is their defense.

The Capitals should be able to get past the Hurricanes relatively easily, but they need to correct a couple of things in order for it to become a reality. "There's no sense in pouting right now".

Jordan Eberle had a goal and an assist, and Brock Nelson and Nick Leddy also scored for NY, which was opening a postseason series at home for the first time in 31 years.

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