EDMANTON, Alberta – The Colorado avalanche knocked Edmonton out of the Western Conference Finals in Game 4 on Monday topping the Oilers. 6-5 Captured seven best series 4-0 in extra time.
Colorado now advance to the Stanley Cup Final, where they face the winner of the Eastern Conference Final between Tampa Bay Lightning and the New York Rangers. New York leads the series 2-1. This is the first avalanche since 2001.
Edmonton squandered two multicollegments and had a chance to stay alive in Game 4. The Oilers were leading 4-2 in the third period, allowing only three straight attacking avalanches. Zach Cassian To force extra time, he tied the game late at 5-5 Arthuri Legonen He eventually ended Edmonton’s confidence in the final bid for the trophy with a game-winning goal.
Colorado scored first with a power-play goal Kale Makar. It was McCarthy’s fifth goal of the season, and his first five points in Game 4.
The game was 1-0 until the end of the second half. Edmonton were the gold medalist at 21-12 at the time Mike Smith Again the Oilers were outplayed early on.
On the Leon Trisight McDowell assisted on goal, despite appearing to be sidelined with an injury in the second leg. Oilers top liner was not nearly 100% healthy last season, and he worked his way up the bench in pain following a win late in the second period. Draysaitl refused to leave the game, and McDowid missed a change before adding an assistant to the goal. And he was not finished there.
Draisaitl created another assist for Hyman’s second goal, which came in the third period. Edmonton started the rule 3-1 Devon Dowes Beaten in 31 seconds to make it 3-2. To hastily restore Edmonton’s two-goal lead, the Oilers hung on, feeding Hyman on the triside.
Colorado lost 4-2, but not for long. In the middle of the third game, Smith’s clearing effort hit a referee, staying in the Oilers zone and creating a fast score. Gabriel Landescock.
Then, after another failed Oils Power Blake, Nathan McKinnon Jumping into the game, the goal that knocked Smith out, 4-4, was played evenly within six minutes.
Mico Randonen It immediately lifted Colorado 5-4 with a power-play goal. Edmonton responded with McDavid and Draisaitl, then added a goal to equalize for Cassian. Draisaitl finished with four points and McDavid with three points.
Leconon needed just 1:19 in extra time to score the game winner, capturing his three-point night.
Avalanche have played for the trophy twice in their franchise history, winning both series. In 1996, they defeated the Florida Panthers. In 2001, they beat the New Jersey Devils.