Flyers 5, Penguins 1 (Series tied 1-1)
What a difference a game makes. After getting throttled 7-0 in Game 1, the Flyers responded, tying the series via an impressive 5-1 effort. Philly’s top line responded, and Brian Elliott went from goat to great. The best news for the Penguins might be that Kris Letang‘s potential injury might not be as bad as it looked.
Jets 4, Wild 1 (Jets lead series 2-0)
For a while, it seemed like Game 2 would be a carbon copy of Game 1: Devan Dubnyk almost steals it, but Winnipeg wills its way to a close win. Instead, the Jets flew by in the third period. They dominated the game by just about every measure, leaving the Minnesota despondent.
Golden Knights 2, Kings 1 [double OT] (Golden Knights lead series 2-0)
It really looked like Jonathan Quick would drag Los Angeles into triple-overtime against Vegas. The Golden Knights dominated play, generating a gaudy 56-30 shots on goal advantage (and it only gets more disproportionate as you dig deeper), yet Quick was incredibly sharp. Erik Haula finally scored the overtime game-winner with less than five minutes remaining in the second OT.
Article source: http://nhl.nbcsports.com/2018/04/14/golden-knights-get-first-taste-of-playoff-double-ot-vs-kings/
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