Oilers win Game 4 against Flames Oilers VS Flames
It was only 21 seconds for Oilers to grab the lead. Jacob Markstrom just pass the puck at the side of the net, which create the chance to Nugent-Hopkins to score as its been his third of the post-season. The Oilers stand still against the a big push from the Flames later on, then took the lead and scored a 3-0.
Then the Flames came back quickly with two goals after 36 second. Elias Lindholm sniped a powerful one to Mikael Backlund then he took it down to the right side and beat Mike Smith under the right arm.
Rasmus Andersson explode the game by scoring a shocking goal with 9:04 left in the third. During Flames shorthanded, Andersson did cleared the puck from his own blue line. Smith didn’t see the puck until it was in already, and it became 3-3.
Every one was expecting one of the most exciting come back to Flams but this is never happend, because late in the third Kailer Yamamoto got the puck back to Tyson Barrie. His strong shot didn’t get through, but Nugent-Hopkins divided in the rebound.
”The guys showed a really good measure of resolve and resiliency, and in the end, we got the right people on the ice at the right time and found a way to score,” Woodcroft added.
Game 5 is Thursday in Calgary (630 CHED Face-off Show beings at 5:30 p.m., the game is set to begin at 7:30 p.m.).