The Blackhawks avoid sweep thanks to Crawford

Les Blackhawks évitent le balayage grâce à Crawford

The Chicago black hawks have won the game number 4 of their series against the Golden Knights Vegas by a score of 3 to 1 and have thus avoided being swept in the round of 16, Sunday night in Edmonton.

The troupe Jeremy Colliton will be still on the artificial respirator during the next match, as it lost the series 3 to 1, but she at least knew how to stand up to the powerful Golden Knights.

The Blackhawks have been able to rely on a Corey Crawford of the great days, who made 46 stops, including 19 in the first period only.

This is during the initial engagement that were scored the most goals in this encounter. Drake Caggiula struck in the fourth minute of the game, beating Robin Lehner with a shot at point-blank range. It was the first time that the Blackhawks held a lead in this series.

The goalkeeper the Swedish was not the end of his sentences, since the surprising Matthew Highmore has also found the back of the net in the first twenty. It is already a third goal in the playoffs this season for the attacker to 24 years, who account for four in 49 career games in the national hockey League.

Shea Theodore has cut off the advance of Chicago in half 18 seconds later with a shot that found a way behind Crawford. Alex DeBrincat has, however, put an end to hopes of a resurgence of Vegas in scoring in an empty net.

Lehner has finally concluded the meeting with 22 stops on 24 shots.

This is the first defeat of the formation of Nevada during these playoffs. She had beaten the Dallas Stars, the Blues of St. Louis and the Colorado Avalanche in the round standings, before defeating Chicago three times in a row.

The match number 5 between the Blackhawks and the Golden Knights will take place on Tuesday.

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