Canadians vs. Chargers: Real-time scores, updates and highlights from Game 2 of the 2021 Stanley Cup Final

Is Wednesday night a must-win for Canadians?

Some people will say no, but considering the Chargers’ dominance in the first game (unbalanced wins of 5-1 on the scoring table and on the ice), the Canadians could not make it 2-0 in the Stanley Cup final. The score returned to Montreal.

“We have been saying the same thing all the time and really don’t care,” forward Brendan Gallagher said when asked about his team being excluded. “We know what we are as a hockey team and we trust each other. We believe that when we play the way we need, we will play our game, we decide the style of hockey, and we can compete with anyone. I Think we have shown this through three rounds. In the first game, we got rid of that…make the game a little too easy [for] they.

“Tonight just go back to our game and make sure we control the style of the game here.”

By the way, Gallagher showed his beaten face, which was the result of his first fall while arguing with Mikhail Sergachev in the first game. He was diagnosed with a concussion and the game was fine. However, due to the COVID-19 agreement, Montreal will once again be absent from head coach Dominique Ducharme.

Although Ducham continues to be absent from the Canadians’ bench, there will be no key players from Alex Kelown on the Chargers’ bench. The winger blocked Jeff Petri’s shot in the second quarter of the first game and did not participate in the rest of the game after sliding a shift in the third quarter. He tied for second place in the playoffs with 8 goals, so his injury created a big hole in the lineup.

“The killer is an important part of our team,” forward Taylor Johnson said. “He takes up a lot of time, playing in various situations. Everyone has to play a different role. This is the greatness of our team, we have this depth. It will require everyone.

In the battle between the Chargers and the Canadians in the Stanley Cup final, sports news mastered all the action (All time in the east).

The Canadians’ score against the Chargers, highlights of the second game

second stage

9:39 in the evening. — After being hit hard, Raikkonen went to the locker room. Tyler Johnson-he won the primary in Cirelli’s goal-headed to the dressing room after blocking that shot.

9:37 p.m. — Sergachev knocked down Raikkonen fiercely, far from hockey, the Canadians went to the strong team.

9:33 p.m. — Tyler Johnson blocked Jesperi Kotkaniemi with a big block and he limped into the field. Reminder: He occupies Killoren’s position in the second row. Johnson was a little uncomfortable sitting on the bench.

9:27 PM-Goal. Anthony Cirelli covered this, throwing the puck on the net and surpassing Carey Price. This is the eighth time the Chargers have shot in the game. Tampa Bay leads 1-0.

9:24 p.m. — The Chargers shot on the net for the first time in the last 13 minutes.

9:16 p.m. — The second phase started in Montreal, and the team had four forwards.

Section 1: Canadian 0, Lightning 0

9:01 p.m. — Some interesting data:

  • The Canadians defeated the Chargers 13-6.
  • According to natural statistical techniques, Lightning leads in shooting attempts (20-15) and Corsi (57.14 vs. 42.86).

8:59 p.m. — The end of the period. The Canadians will start the second game with 92 seconds left in the 5-on-4 match.

8:58 p.m. — The Canadians do not have many men’s advantages.

8:54 p.m. — In the next game, Ryan McDonagh pinched Phillip Danault with his nose (resolutely showing the referee that he was bleeding), and the Canadians won a four-minute powerful game. Part of it will be 4 to 3.

8:52 p.m. — Paul Byron and Eric Cernak teased each other after the play, which was a 4 on 4 small action.

8:46 p.m. — Tyler Toffoli sprinted a good shot from the right wing, and Vasilevskiy lifted from his shoulder.

8:36 p.m. — Stamkos stole the puck, but due to Paul Byron’s slash, he was unable to get a shot. Byron went into the box.

8:31 p.m. — After they ended Game of Thrones, Tyler Tofley and Cole Caulfield got some attention.

8:2.8 in the evening. — Cape Braden was tripped by Jeff Petrie, and the powerful lightning power came into play.

8:27 p.m. — Because Brendan Gallagher and Jesperi Kotkaniemi both made some important blocks, the Canadians put their bodies on the line in this game.

8:24 p.m. — Nick Suzuki flew in and tried to take action, but Vasilevsky insisted that he stop.

8:21 p.m. — The game starts now.

Before the game

8:03 p.m. — Mathieu Joseph replaced Alex Killorn’s roster and taxied with Pat Maroon and Ross Colton in the fourth row. Joel Armia is back in the Montreal lineup.

8pm- Lightning has some fans in the building.

7:51 p.m. — Tennis star Félix Auger-Aliassime is a Montreal native, and he talked about his hometown team.

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