Hockey “Carolina” beat “Boston” and advanced to the second round of the NHL playoffs

MOSCOW, May 15 – The Carolina Hurricanes defeated the Boston Bruins in the seventh game of the National Hockey League (NHL) playoff series in the first round of the playoffs and advanced to the second stage of the Stanley Cup.
The meeting, which took place in Raleigh, ended with a score of 3:2 (1:0, 2:1, 0:1) in favor of the site’s hosts. As part of the winners, Max Domi scored a double (24th and 31st minutes), Teuvo Teräväinen (19) scored another goal. Jake DeBrusk (26) and David Pastrnak (60) scored goals for Boston.
Hurricanes Russian forward Andrey Svechnikov had two shots on target and eight power moves. In seven games of the series against the Bruins, the Russian scored 4 (3 goals + 1 assist) points.
The score in the series to four wins was 4-3 in favor of the Carolinas. In the second round of the Stanley Cup, Rod Brindamore’s wards will play with the winner of the New York Rangers-Pittsburgh Penguins pair.

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