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“Bobrovsky suddenly turned out to be a man.” America’s reaction to the crazy Stanley Cup final

Date: July 18, 2024 Time: 13:15:24

There will be at least six games in the 2024 Stanley Cup Final! After the third game, frankly, it was difficult to imagine such a situation, but Edmonton won two victories in a row and returned the decisive series to Alberta. The fifth meeting turned out to be perhaps the most exciting of this confrontation, and it is not surprising that representatives of the North American media spoke out after its conclusion.

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“We are halfway to a historic failure”

Many journalists were quite concise:

“Today was an absolutely incredible match: the best of the series by far. An incredible sight,” writes Elliott Friedman.

“It is very possible to declare Friday a free day in Edmonton,” anticipates Frank Seravalli for the next game.

“Game 6 is Friday night in Edmonton. Get your earplugs ready,” Pierre Lebrun seems to repeat.

“What a crazy hockey game. “My God,” Eric Engels marvels.

“Hockey is amazing. That was incredible. All this,” said Murat Eyts.

“The seed of doubt is officially planted,” admits David Alter in a new twist for the series.

“We are halfway to a historic Stanley Cup comeback,” predicts Mike McIntyre.

“Serve game six!”

Some of his colleagues were a little more detailed:

Edmonton made it to Game 6, while Leon Draisaitl didn’t score a single goal and only had two assists in five games. At some point it has to break through, right? If I were Florida, this idea would horrify me,” Arpon Basu sees more potential for the Oilers.

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Chris Krenn believes that this game has great benefits for the entire sport: “Incredible game of hockey. I read comments and responses on various social networks and see a lot of people who were never interested in hockey, but are now becoming big fans. Great to see this. Serve for the sixth game!

“What’s wrong, Buffalo?”

Many rightly highlight the role of Connor McDavid, who scored four points for the second consecutive game, and also remember his second goal after a great save by Matthew Tkachuk: “It would have been the best save in history if Florida had tied the score after that . But McDavid was too good today. He will take the Conn Smythe regardless of the winner. This episode is going crazy,” says Mike Harrington.

Suddenly they even remembered poor Buffalo, who in the 2015 draft chose immediately after Edmonton, which took McDavid: “How are you, Buffalo? Man, how often does this town think these days about the 2015 draft lottery, when the balls gave the Oilers the No. 1 pick for the fourth time in six years, and the keys to a guy named Connor McDavid? “The Sabers haven’t made the playoffs since,” Darren Haynes decided, jabbing the Blades.

“Bobrovsky will not become the owner of Conn Smythe”

Sportsnet’s match report included a revelation about Sergei Bobrovsky: “McDavid fired his seventh goal of the playoffs with Bobrovsky – suddenly the man after 82 saves on 86 shots in his first three games – from a tight angle to make it 3.” 1 after five minutes after the start of the second half.”

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Former NHL referee Tim Peel paid special attention to this goal: “I will take the liberty of saying that Bobrovsky will not become the owner of Conn Smythe!”

“Florida has two games to win. EITHER…”

The Athletic also commented on the game: “Good news for Florida: They still lead the series, they play well on the road and they know how to beat these guys.

The bad news: If they lose this series after leading 3-0, it will be a historic upset unprecedented in the history of modern professional sports. And this is not an ornament. Losing always hurts, but some defeats define players and franchises, and this will be one of them.

They need a victory and they have two games to get it. EITHER…”

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.
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