Nazim Qadri plays the role of heroes upon his return

Tampa | Nazim Qadri revealed that he has made a full recovery from the operation he underwent on the thumb of his right hand.

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Missed the last four games, the Ontarians played the Champions, defeating Andrei Vasilevsky, at the top, 12 minutes and 2 seconds into overtime.

“Last month it was a roller coaster. I thought my season was over. So being here now is a fantasy. I’ve dreamed of this moment all my life,” the champion of the match, once on the podium in front of the media, shot.

With this 3-2 win, obtained on the ice at the Amalie Arena, Avalanche took a 3-1 lead in this final showdown. The Colorado team will now have the opportunity to lift the Stanley Cup for the first time since 2001 in front of their home fans tomorrow.

My destiny’s goal was just a fair return for visitors who spent almost all the extra time in enemy territory. They fired 11 rounds at three, many of which were inconvenient.

Moments earlier, Vasilevskiy had kept the game alive by outsmarting Valeri Nichushkin, who single-handedly preceded him. Meanwhile, Bowen Byram saw his shot hit the post with full force.

Nathan McKinnon noted, “We controlled overtime, and we deserved this win. It’s an amazing win. Now we’re going home. We only have one game left to win.”

Too many players?

John Cooper surprised many during his post-match press conference. He looked depressed and ready to give up. Until he drops that bomb.

“I am sad that we are still playing this game. Watch the sequence and you will see that something is wrong,” he said before leaving the room.

By reviewing the sequence, we understand that Lightning’s head coach implied that six of the Avalanche players were on the ice when Kadri accepted the pass from Artturi Lehkonen for a turn in Vasilevskiy’s direction.

Furthermore, by re-launching this attack himself, Darcy Quimper, a few seconds later, became the first goalkeeper in National Hockey League history to collect an assist with a goal scored in overtime during the Stanley Cup Final.


McKinnon was just saying that his team controlled most of the game.

Lightning’s players blocked 34 shots, which were less blocked than Vasilevskiy. Eric Cernak even had to retire in the shower in the 25th minute after stopping a McKinnon kick.

So Tampa Bay had to contend with five defenders for more than half of the game.

Visitors also struggled for the cause. Talk to Cale Makar, who spent 34:43 on the icy surface. Inhuman playtime.

That didn’t stop the last Norris Cup recipient from trying to defeat the formidable Pat Maroon. Makar descended with some numbness in the shoulders.

The first period

1 TB: Anthony Cirelli (3) (Cernac) 0:36

Punishments: Helm (Colonel) 16:57

second period

2- Colonel: Nathan MacKinnon (12) (Rantanen, Makar) AN-5:17
3 TB: Victor Hedman (3) (ROTA) 10:42

Penalties: Headman (TB) 3:57, Byram (Kowloon) 6:12, Stamkos (TB) 11:48

third period

4- Colonel: Andrew Cogliano (3) (Sturm, Helm) 2:53

Penalties: no penalty


5- Colonel: Nazim Qadri (7) (Likonen, Comber) 12:02

Penalties: no penalty

Shoot the net

Colorado 4 – 17 – 6 – 11 – 38
Tampa Bay 9-17-10-3-39


Collar: Darcy Quimper (G, 9-3), TB: Andrei Vasilevskiy (PP, 13-7)

Numerical advantages:

Collar: 1 in 2, TB: 0 in 2

the reviewer:

Wes McCauley, Kelly Sutherland

Fonts men:

By Steve Barton and Brad Kovacic



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