Rangers lose to Pittsburgh in Game 3 of the NHL Playoffs, Panarin scores

MOSCOW, May 8 – Hockey players “New York Rangers” lost “Pittsburgh Penguins” in the third game of the series of the first round of the playoffs of the National Hockey League (NHL).
The meeting, which took place in Pittsburgh, ended with a score of 7:4 (4:1, 0:3, 3:0) in favor of the owners of the site. As part of the winners, Evan Rodriguez (11th and 16th minutes) and Jeff Carter (9, 59) scored a double, Brock McGinn (2), Danton Heinen (52) and Jake Gunzel (58) scored one more puck each. Rangers scored Kaapo Kakko (6), Frank Vatrano (27), Russian forward Artemi Panarin (28) and Andrew Kopp (36).
Russian goalkeeper Igor Shesterkin saved 11 shots out of 15 and was substituted after the first period. Alexander Georgiev has 19 saves. Forward “Pittsburgh” Evgeni Malkin struck one shot on target, held two power moves and scored no points.
The score in the best-of-four series was 2-1 in favor of the Penguins. The fourth match will take place on the night of May 10 Moscow time in Pittsburgh.



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