Monday, April 17, 2017

Stanley Cup Playoffs: All Four Games Are Decided In OT As Senators and Leafs Take 2-1 Series Leads While Predators And Ducks Are One Win Each From Advancing

The Stanley Cup playoffs continu on Monday with four games.


At Boston:

Bobby Ryan scored the game-winning power-play goal at 5:43 of overtime as the Ottawa Senators defeated the Boston Bruins 4-3 on the road and took a two-games-to-one conference quarterfinal series lead.

Mike Hoffman scored twice (once on the power play) for the Senators.

At Toronto:

Tyler Bozak scored the winning goal at 97 seconds of overtime as the Toronto Maple Leafs overcame a two-goal deficit to upend the visiting Washington Capitals 4-3 in game three of their conference quarterfinal series and take a two-games-to-one series lead.


At Nashville, Tennessee:

Kevin Fiala scored the game winner at 16:44 of overtime as the Nashville Predators came back from two goals down to knock off the visiting Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 in game three of their first-round series.

The Predators, with their first-ever three-games-to-none series lead, can close out the Blackhawks (the Western Conference's top seed) with a game-four home victory in Nashville on Thursday night.

At Calgary, Alberta:

Corey Perry scored 90 seconds into overtime as the Anaheim Ducks overcame a three-goal second-period deficit and upended the Calgary Flames 5-4 in game three of their conference quarterfinal series.

The Ducks, who now lead the series three games to none, can close out the Flames with a game-four victory on Calgary ice this coming Wednesday. 

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