Canadians do have a knack for avoiding being eliminated, don’t they?
Remember that in May, the Montreal kids fell behind the Maple Leafs 3-1? Yes, they came back and won that series in seven games. The Canadians also avoided elimination in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup final on Monday night against the Chargers, and now they will try to eliminate them again two nights later.
Canadiens coach Dominic said: “We are facing a challenge, but there are several ways to look at it, you can say and belittle yourself, or you can look at the challenge, this is an opportunity to do something special.” Mu said on Wednesday. “We are just watching tonight, we are ready, very happy to play that game and looking forward to the ball falling.”
Ducharme put his lines in the old mixer for game 4, and it is expected that the situation will be the same for this game. After all, if it is not damaged, why repair it? As for the Lightning, coach Jon Cooper said Alex Killoren was “doubtful.” He hasn’t participated in the game since he was injured in the first game.
On Wednesday, Tampa Bay will seek to close the case again. In the last two playoffs after the loss, the Chargers achieved a perfect score of 13-0-one of their victories was to win the 2020 Stanley Cup in the 6th game against the star team.
“I don’t know, we won’t sit here and say,’Well, we won’t lose again after losing.’ This is not our idea,” Cooper said after the team’s optional skating on Wednesday. “Usually, when you lose a game, there will be loopholes in your game, whether it is structural, mental, or adjustments, and the players do a very good job in this regard.
“But we won’t sit here and say,’We have to keep a winning streak’ or’It’s all good, we won’t lose after losing.’ This is the secret of disaster, before we enter this type of environment It’s never really been talked about before. I just like the way our players turn the page and continue the game after losing, knowing that they have become better among them.”
As the Canadians hope to stay alive in the Stanley Cup final and force a sixth game, Sports News has all the action.
Canadians vs. Chargers live score, highlights from Game 5
(All times are east)
Before the game
8:09 p.m. — Kelown was still outside.
8pm- The Canadian team’s route is the same. There is no Jesperry Kotkaniemi.
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