Wednesday April 15th, 2015

Kris Russell played the hero, scoring the winner for Calgary with just :30 left on the clock

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Duncan Keith helped the Blackhawks to a Game 1 win over the Predators with this double-OT tally

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David Jones went glove side on Eddie Lack to knot the Flames up with the Canucks in the third period

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Vancouver's Bo Horvat broke up a scoreless tie with Calgary on this shot right between Flames goalie Jonas Hiller's legs

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The Blackhawks' Jonathan Toews put in the equalizer in traffic in the second period to tie the game up at 3-3.

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Patrick Sharp scored a five-on-three goal off of a Marian Hossa pass to pull the Blackhawks within one

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Niklas Hjalmarsson put Chicago on the board in the second period off of this nifty assist from Teuvo Teravainen

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With seconds remaining in the first period, Colin Wilson nabbed his second goal of the postseason with this deflection

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The Predators' Viktor Stahlberg came to a screeching halt and used some fancy stick-work to score Nashville's second goal of the night

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In Nashville, the Predators didn't waste any time getting on the board as Colin Wilson fired a wrister from the left circle for the game's first goal

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Brock Nelson made extra sure that the Islanders' late lead wouldn't slip away, putting away an empty netter that would seal a 4-1 New York win

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Montreal's Brian Flynn netted what would be the game-winner when he snaked this shot around goalie Andrew Hammond. Montreal won 4-3

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Senators center Mika Zibanejad took this rebound and put it home, tying the back-and-forth game back up at 3 apiece

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66 seconds later, Lars Eller put Montreal back ahead 3-2 with a high-post shot of his own

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Ottawa's Kyle Turris slapped a shot off of Carey Price's right forearm and the top of the post that was ruled a goal, tying the game up at 2

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New York's Josh Bailey nabbed his second goal of the night in the second period with a putback of a Kyle Okposo shot, putting the Islanders up 3-1

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Under a minute later, Canadiens center Tomáš Plekanec took the puck from near the center line and used a nice shot fake to put Montreal up 2-1

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Montreal's Torrey Mitchell took an innocent feed behind the net for a sweet end-around to tie his team up 1-1 with Ottawa

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With 16 minutes left in the second, the Isles' Ryan Strome took the puck right off of a face off and scored to put New York up 2-1

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Washington left wing Marcus Johansson took advantage of a line-change and a busted play to pop out of nowhere for this equalizer goal

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Ottawa's Milan Michalek got credit for this Andrei Markov own-goal that gave the Senators an early lead

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The Islanders' Brock Nelson took a pass from Josh Bailey and sent a wrister past the Capitals Braden Holtby in the first period, putting New York up 1-0.

- Will Green

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