VANCOUVER – was the hatred of Mike Matheson, love against Roberto Luongo and 5-1 victory over Vancouver Canucks over the Florida Panthers. So, in general, a pretty lively Sunday evening at Rogers Arena.
Canucks defenseman Ben Hutton won the third in 7:20, breaking a 1-1 tie, jumping sharply from a sharp angle after Jay Beagle got offensive. It ended with the weightlessness of Vancouver's three games.
It was Canucks' first game against Panthers, as Matheson, a Florida defender on October 13, received Vancouver's rookie Elias Pettersson, who ran 3rd-2th. Undisclosed for subtraction, Matheson was interrupted by NHL for two games, but Pettersson sat six with his head injury.
Lack of Canucks' Physical Reaction to Matheson at Night – Vancouver players were not sure what happened behind the game and coach Travis Green made them focus on winning the game – becoming a raging debate in Vancouver.
The embryos still shone when Panthers visited the Rogers Arena just three months later. Matheson was defeated every time he held the puck, and at an early stage he refused Canucks Jake Virtanen and Antoine Roussel.
Virtanen was fined 9:26 when he entered the race after a whistle. He searched for Matheson, but solved the stars of Florida, Jonathan Huberdeau.
At the opening hour 17:31 Canuck Erik Gudbranson and Panther Michael Haley fought a challenge in a gradual battle that the NHL has almost disappeared.
Canucks couldn't do anything to make Matheson fight, so they drew attention to the gradual takeover of the game. They beat the Panthers 27-15 in the first two periods, but could only get one wheel that passed Luongo, the popular former Canuck, who probably made the final appearance in Vancouver.
The score was then 0 – 1. At that, Mike Hoffman was noted down for a hat trick! The $ 36 million flag, which was meaningless in eight games, brought an excellent puck before grinding at Luongo in the Middle Ages at 12:32.
Nikolai Goldobin, whose leash never stays far from the Green Dog House, was fined for his first third period shift and one second after he was over, Panthers tied it to 1-1 at 5:29.
Frank Vatrano was opened in the Canucks slot, taken from Henrik Borgstrom and impressively left behind in the top corner behind goalkeeper Jacob Markstrom.
The Panthers were tied in less than two minutes.
After Hutton won, Brock Boeser and Beagle added empty zeros before Markus Granlund beat Luongo with 11 seconds, as Canucks moved to tie-in for the West Conference final.
Pettersson missed his third game with a sprained knee that suffered another inappropriate ride behind the game. On January 3, he was pulled out of the Canadien mower, Montreal, by Jesper Kotkaniemi. Canucks Hope Pettersson is fully practiced by a team on Monday or Tuesday. On Wednesday, Edmonton Oileri visits Vancouver.