The player “Tampa” Paul on the defeat of the “Colorado”: ​​we left Vasilevsky to fend for himself

MOSCOW, June 19 – Forward club “Tampa Bay Lightning” Nick Paul said that in the second match of the final of the playoffs of the National Hockey League (NHL) against the “Colorado” team left their goaltender Andrey Vasilevsky to the mercy of fate.
Meeting in Denver (USA) on Sunday night ended in victory for the hosts with a score of 7:0. Russian goaltender “Tampa” Vasilevsky in his 100th game of the playoffs saved 23 shots out of 30 and conceded all seven goals, repeating his anti-record in the NHL.

“I think we should definitely learn from this defeat. You can’t act like nothing happened, you know. We didn’t try hard enough and left Vasya to their fate. And this is unfair to him, he was support for us,” the striker said, quoted by the official NHL website.

“I think we’ll get together tomorrow and start to regain our confidence. This team knows how to overcome difficulties, so we’ll be ready,” added Paul.
The score in the series to four wins was 2-0 in favor of Colorado, the next game will be held on June 21 on the ice of Tampa.



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