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“Coyotes” and “Wild” win the qualifying round (VIDEO)

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With the victory of his National Hockey League (NHL) The Stanley Cup qualifier series began on Sunday with the Phoenix Coyotes and Minnesota Wild teams sown below.

Nashville’s Predators conceded to Arizona’s Coyotes 3: 4 (1: 3, 0: 1, 2: 0).

Oliver Eckans-Larson scored the first of Arizona’s three goals in the first period, but Phil Kessel managed to score two assists.

For the first time since 2012, Coyotes has been participating in the playoffs.

Predators reduced Arizona’s lead to 4: 3 in the third period after two goals scored by Philip Forsberg, but failed to do more.

At the Coyotes goal, Darsiy Kempers fought off 40 opponents, hampering Nashville’s attempts to play, and Coyotes took the lead in a series of three victories on Tuesday.

Christian Dvorak, Clayton Keller and Michael Grabner also scored for the Arizona club.

Ryan Ellis scored the goal for Nashville, and Jules Saros neutralized 33 Arizona shots.

The Nashville team was at the Sixth Western Conference, when the season was suspended due to a coronavirus pandemic, but the “coyotes” were the winners of the new exclusion format, earning a place in the qualifiers after 11th place in the West in the regular season.

In another qualifying pair, the Vancouver Canucks lost seventh to the tenth – Wild Minnesota with a 0: 3 (0: 1, 0: 1, 0: 1).

The Minnesota club scored by Kevin Fiala in the first and Jeder Spergen in the second, scoring a puck in the empty goal in the final seconds of the game. Alex Stelok fought off all 28 opponent shots.

In two more Sunday games, the teams fought for weaker opponents in the Stanley Cup.

The Avalanche of Colorado beat the St. Louis Blues 2: 1 (0: 1, 0: 0, 2: 0) in Edmonton.

Nazems Kadri scored the majority in the penultimate second of regular time, starting with a seeding tournament at the Western Conference with a victory over current Stanley Cup winner Blues.

The frame crossed the goal line when the clock was left to play for 0.1 second. The judges scanned the video for several minutes before recognizing the goal.

David Peron revealed the result in the first period, putting the Blues in the lead, but Ryan Graves reached the level at the beginning of the third period.

Philip Grubuer defeated 31 opponents in the goal, while Jordan Binington stopped 36 Avalanche hockey players in the opposite goal.

Finally, in the Eastern Conference’s best four-unit tournament, Eastern Conference leader Boston Bruins conceded to Philadelphia’s fourth-strongest Flying Team team – 1: 4 (0: 0, 1: 3, 0: 1).

Carter Hart stopped 34 “bear” throws, and Philadelphia opened the playoffs with a victory over the Boston team that won the President’s Award for Best League this season.

Hart has not even celebrated his 22nd birthday, becoming the youngest goalkeeper in Flyers history to win the playoffs. Michael Rafla has a goal and assists, but also for Nate Thompson, Philip Maiers and Scott Laton.

Chris Wagner scored for Bruins, and Jaroslav Halak stopped 25 opponents.

It has already been reported that goalkeeper Elvis Merzlikkin and Matiss Kivleniek, who played the Columbus “Blue Jackets” in the Toronto tournament game, beat the local “Maple Leafs” team 2: 0 (0: 0, 0: 0, 2: 0). For the first time in history, the Columbus team won a “dry” victory in the Stanley Cup.

The goal “Blue Jackets” was protected by the Finn Jonas Korpisalo, who in this duel fought off all 28 discs thrown by opponents and was recognized as the first star of the game.

In the qualifying tournament series, up to three victories, “Blue Jackets” took the lead with 1-0. The winner will enter the main event of the elimination tournament, where they will meet one of the four sown units.

The Bruins, Lightning, Capitals and Flyers compete in a single round at the Eastern Conference for sown seats, but in a qualifying tournament with eight teams, the following pairs meet: Penguins vs. Canadiens, Hurricanes vs. Rangers, Islanders v Panthers and Blue Jackets v Maple Leafs.

At the Western Conference, Blues, Golden Knights, Avalanche and Stars compete in a single round, but the qualifiers with eight teams meet: Oilers vs. Blackhawks, Predators vs. Coyotes , “Canucks” vs. “Wild” and “Flames” vs. “Jets”.

There is a 24-team elimination tournament in Toronto and Edmonton. It envisages a series of up to three wins in the “play-off” qualifying round, followed by a switch to the traditional series format for up to four wins.

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