Dallas hockey players avoided the ‘broom’ in the conference finals for the Stanley Cup. They won the fourth game against Vegas, Joe Pavelski decided in overtime.
The visitors from Las Vegas had high appetites after winning the opening three games of the series – and were very close to reaching the Stanley Cup Finals, but the hosts somehow managed to escape. Vegas led twice (0:1 and 1:2), but could not keep the lead until the end.
A good two and a half minutes before the end of the second period, the result was tied at 2:2 Jason Robertsonwho initially hit the goalkeeper’s right post, and then in the continuation of the puck action after a failed attempt Essays of Lindell just poked into an empty net for his second goal of the game.
As the result did not change until the end of the regular part of the meeting, the match went into overtime, where the American Airlines Center caused an outburst of joy Joe Pavelski. The 38-year-old veteran, a San Jose legend, took advantage of the power play and checked the goalkeeper from the left side Adina Hill on the trap.
The next game is scheduled for Sunday night at 2am.
West, Final, Game Four:DALLAS – VEGAS 1:3 * 3:2 (1:1, 1:1, 0:0) Robertson 16th, 38th, Pavelski 64th; Karlsson 5th, Marchessault 31st. Defenses: Oettinger 37; Hill 39. * – in overtime
In bold is the result in wins. They play for four wins according to the 2-2-1-1-1 system.