Just because there were no NHL games doesn’t mean there wasn’t big hockey in the house. Television last night. Kaiden Guhle and the Oil Kings, champions of the West, played a very bad trick by the Cataractes, the champions of QMJHL. It wasn’t easy for Guhle last night…
The the cats They completed another comeback since the start of the playoffs (and the Memorial Cup tournament). They were one goal behind after two periods… and they found a way to tie the match and win on the list (Three points in order).
The Oil Kings will play again tonight against host club Sea Dogs. Will the QMJHL teams survive perfect ? Note that games are shown from 6:00 PM (7:00 PM on the Maritimes) on RDS.
We also have two excellent matches tonight on TVA Sports.
On TVA Sports 2, CF Montreal will face arch-enemy Toronto at 7:00 PM (in Toronto). A win would propel Wilfried Nancy’s men to the Grand Final of the Canadian Championships, but a loss will come out from the tournament (and thus will deny them a place in the CONCACAF Champions League, unless they reach the final of the tournament MLS Cup). Will The Impact be able to perform without Mihailovic and Miller… and after a terrible match last Saturday night at Stade Saputo?
And on TVA Sports, Lightning will attempt to tie in the Stanley Cup Finals. The gym athlete will be delighted tonight!
So far, the home team has won each of the three matches they played in the Grand Final.
Nikita Kucherov and Nick Paul should be able to play, but not Brayden Point. Nadhim Naderi may need more time. Unfortunately, Samuel Gerrard Been completed As for the series and we can expect to see Darcy Comber on the net for AvsEven if he was kicked out of the meeting on Monday night. Suppose we are far from deserving of a series of goalkeepers in the final: Vasilevskiy shows an efficiency ratio of .879 and Kuemper, of 869. If Lighning came to raise a file chopped off For the third year in a row, are we going to give the Coon-Smith Cup to No. 88?
José Tudor made a point in reminding this morning (in the Montreal newspaper) how important this match number 4 is. The lightning’s win against their supporters and we’ll be worthy again two out of three Where lightning can surprise and win a Game in Denver.
On the other hand, defeat screws Tonight will force them to win three games in a row, including two in Colorado. Mission Impossible ?
We know that it is always difficult to win away from home. It has always been so in the world of sports…
But it’s more evident in Denver. Not only would Lightning have as much of a challenge to beat a team as good as an avalanche at home, but having to do it twice at high altitude is a huge challenge for John Cooper and his guys. Theo It is mentioned that the avalanche players are used to playing at 1,600 meters … for lack of oxygen, especially at the end of the game … but not the other team.
“Having played for an avalanche, I can assure you that the altitude aspect is not a myth. Legs get tired. We get our air and drink a lot of water. I’ve seen teams use oxygen cylinders to deal with this problem.” – Jose Theodore
Teams have already used oxygen cylinders to reduce the impact of altitude on their players. Nothing less!
Theo He even remembers watching Martin St. Louis and Vincent Locavalier struggle to finish a game in Denver.
“When he (Vincent) trains hard in the gym, he has privacy. His face turns red like a tomato. However, one evening in Denver, at the end of the meeting, he had this scarlet color, but it was still menacing. I coped well with him and he came to see me: “José, I am quite exhausted. »» – Jose Theodore
Not only because of his talent that avalanche is 32-5-4 at home in the regular season (2021-22) and 7-2 since the start of the playoffs.
Not only does Lightning have to fight MacKinnon, Makar, Rantanen, Nichushkin, Toews, Manson, Landeskog, and Company. It must also do so in the face of altitude and a lack of oxygen in the air. Maximizing effort is a little more difficult to do at about 1,000 meters above sea level. In fact, your maximum effort was reached a little earlier, if you are not used to this lifestyle. This is where the problem arises.
– TSN suggests that the Maple Leafs go to Sergey Bobrovsky with a portion of his total salary. [HFeed]
– The Lightning fan dressed as Pat Maroon in the stands. [HockeyBeast]
– The penguins and (agent) Evgeny two owners are still far from agreement. The annual salary would be questionable. [HFeed]
– An option for the Canadian at the end (or middle) of the first round?
Owen Pickering might be the most interesting player to watch on day one of the draft
6’4 Defender with an untapped foul and still full body. The uptrend can be high, pic.twitter.com/2hBVujTFRy
– Cam Robinson (@Hockey_Robinson) June 22 2022
– What a nice gesture!
Jonathan Huberdeau chose to get involved in the hospital that twice saved his mother. Tweet embed He went to meet him.
Thank you Jonathan: https://t.co/ntqu2v1Pcn
– JF Tremblay (@JFTremblay_LP) June 22 2022
– It was raining in they the ring (new) this weekend in the grand prize. lets see! [JDM]
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