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Edmonton broke a 79-year-old achievement in the NHL playoff finals

Edmonton broke a 79-year-old achievement in the NHL playoff finals

Edmonton tied the series with Florida in the Stanley Cup final, losing 0:3

The Edmonton Oilers broke a 79-year-old record in the National Hockey League (NHL) playoff finals. This was reported by a Lenta.ru correspondent.

In the sixth game of the Stanley Cup final, Edmonton beat the Florida Panthers 5:1 on their ice. Thus, the Canadian club became the first since 1945 to come back from 0:3 in the decisive stage.

In the last match, Florida’s Russian defender Dmitry Kulikov scored an assist. Panthers goalie Sergei Bobrovsky allowed three goals on 19 shots. Edmonton forward Zach Hyman scored his 16th goal in the current Stanley Cup and updated the 21st century records for goals in a single playoff set by Alexander Ovechkin and Sidney Crosby.

The decisive, seventh, game of the Stanley Cup final will take place on the ice of Florida on June 25 at 03:00 Moscow time. If the Panthers win, the team will become the NHL champion for the first time in league history.

Source: Lenta

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