PITTSBURGH (AP) - Jake Gventel scored twice to push his league tiebreaker total 10,
Matt Murray gave him 20 shots from the Pittsburgh Penguins, who play on
Thursday night in their stressful Eastern Conference semifinals. to Washington Capitals 3-1 in 4
he defended twice after a chaotic game 3,
which was causing the suspension of three games in front of Washington Tom Wilson joined the illegal hit.
T.J. Oshie scored for the capitals, but Washington struggled to find more trading rooms.
Bradden Holby 21 was rescued but attempts on Pitkin's stay
for the second time were not tested for the second time in Malkin's stomach-shot attempt.
The fifth game is Saturday night in Washington.
Washington has been problematic for decades. The series of franchises has a 6-11 record
in which there has been a 2-1 increase after three games, the worst scandal in the history of the NHL.
Pittsburgh had the opportunity to push to the brink of elimination,
Washington fought to create more pressure out of the electric game.
in the third, this time was very stable around.
Wilson's absence brought a sense of normalcy. Vitriol became a bit silent,
which comes to define one of the rivals of NTL Marquee.
However, the 23-year-old is still learning. He imposed a tilt penalty after placing the penguin in the front,
and shot Oshi with a space of 12:55 to the second position.
The Russian star is thrown into the crack during a fight in the fold, only after a devastation slipped on the goal line.
The conditions shown in Game 2 were inconsistent and capital letters were maintained.
This time, the review was kind to the penguins. The video clearly showed the disc trapped in the line,
and rose after the capital challenge was due to the interference of the tablets.
a vacuum-Netter with 58 seconds to ensure that the range is less than it would be at least six games.
Hardly any new area for any club. Of its 11 tiebreaker meetings, nine of the nine games are gone.
Notes: Pittsburgh F. Carl Hagelin played 16:11 while wearing a full face shield on his return
from an upper-body injury, forcing him to remember the first three games of the series.
the Capitals have scored a playoff goal in nine postseason games. ... It was Washington's first
defeat on the road in the playoffs (4-1). ... Capitals in capital letters were 1 by 3. The Penguins were 2 by 4.