This is the fourth game of the Stanley Cup final. In just a few hours, the NHL season may end or at least one more game will be extended. The Chargers entered the winners of the first three games and hoped to end the games and win the Stanley Cup for the second time in years (third overall).
“I can’t sit here and say, if I want to be more realistic, the behavior you see now is the same as the behavior in my heart, but you have been here before and it really helps,” one said. After skating on Monday morning, the Chargers coach Jon Cooper (Jon Cooper) seemed relaxed. “We have been in this situation and you try to channel your energy in a positive way.”
Less than a year ago, Tampa Bay defeated the star team in six games and won the championship. Now they have a chance to end the game in Montreal’s fourth game.
“This is a good opportunity for us to accept it. But it will be difficult,” David Savard pointed out, who was not in last year’s team and was acquired at the trade deadline. “We know that the team on the other side doesn’t want to lose without a fight. This will be the hardest team to win. We just need to focus on staying in the moment and preparing for the game tonight.”
Considering that goalkeeper Andrei Vasilevskiy shut out his opponent in every knockout round until Monday night (he also shut out the star team in Game 6 last year), Tampa Bay has a great chance of winning in this game. With the possibility of the matter over, Montreal bench boss Dominic Ducham made some changes to the lineup, inserting Alex Romanoff and Brett Kurak on the defensive end and Jack Evans in front. Defensive players Jon Merrill and Eric Gustafson were out, Jesperry Kotkaniemi.
He also put his lines into the blender and transferred people.
“Yes, there is a lot of energy,” Paul Byron said in an interview with an interpreter. “Everyone on the team knows that we can play better. This is a huge challenge for the team, but tonight everyone must play to their potential. I like energy and I like the atmosphere of the team. See you tonight.”
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The Canadians vs. Chargers live score, highlights from Game 4
the first lesson
8:54 p.m. — It is now 5 on 4 in Tampa Bay.
8:53 p.m. — Edmundson requires a slash (although the replay does not actually show the slash). Lightning will have 4 to 3 in 34 seconds.
8:51 p.m. — By coincidence, it will be 4 to 4 for minors.
8:50 p.m. — Vasilevskiy played behind the net, the ball popped awkwardly, but he pushed the ball away.
8:47 p.m. — Scrambling, Canadians are in the crease. Vasilevskiy expressed dissatisfaction with this and revealed Corey Perry.
8:45 pm-goal. With Cole Caulfield occupying the defense, Nick Suzuki fell with the puck and fed Josh Anderson when he hit the net. The new line clicked on the Canadians’ second shot, and the team took the SCF’s first lead. Montreal leads 1-0.
8:42 p.m. — With eight minutes left in the first quarter, the Canadians lead 11-1.
8:32 p.m. — The first time the TV was paused, with 12:16 remaining, the Canadians did not shoot. There are eight in Tampa Bay.
8:24 p.m. — The Canadian looks nervous. Caulfield’s poor giveaway has caused some continued pressure in Tampa Bay. The price has risen a lot.
8:22 p.m. — The game starts now. Will we see the Stanley Cup tonight?
Before the game
8:21 p.m. — Yvan Cournoyer, Guy Lafleur and Patrick Roy attended the event. The trio and the Canadians have won 17 cup championships (19 times in total).
8:15 p.m. — A silent tribute to Blue Jacket goalkeeper Matiss Kivlenieks, who passed away on July 4.
8:07 pm — Kelown stopped playing. Matthew Joseph remains in the lineup. He was a scorer in the 6th game against the stars last year.
8:04 p.m. — Dr. Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, Super Bowl champion.
7:47 p.m. — Killorn is participating in a warm-up match, but it looks like he will not be participating.
No one queued for Killorn. It might be out. Joseph stayed inside.
— Eric Engels (@EricEngels) July 5, 2021
7:40 p.m. — Amalie Arena has a viewing party.
7:30 p.m. — Habs’ new route this morning.
-John Lu (@JohnLuTSNMtl) July 5, 2021
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