Dennis Grianov extended one-time to 3:36 during power play, and the Dallas Stars defeated the Vegas Golden Knights 3-2 in Edmonton, Alberta on Monday night to advance to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time. year 2000
The star was forced to work overtime in Game 5 of the Western Conference Final, setting two goals at the final 10:06 of the regulation. They closed it after Zac White Cloud was sent off due to a delay in the game to knock out the puck from play.
Anton Kudobin left 34 saves in Dallas and faced only one shot overtime. Rookie Joel Kibilanta, like Captain Jamie Ben and Grianov, won the star even with the goals of the third term.
Stars are 5-0 overtime this postseason. They also scored 3-2 in Game 3 against Vegas, with Alexander Ladurov recording 31 seconds in the OT.
Chandler Stephenson and Riley Smith save 23 in Las Vegas and Robin Lehner saves 23.
• Calgary Flames has removed the interim tag from Jeff Ward and made him head coach.
Fire smoke affects
The National Women’s Soccer League match between Portland Thorne and OL Reign has been postponed again until the end of the month due to poor air quality from the wildfire.
The match in Portland was moved from Saturday to Tuesday due to the smoke of a wildfire that raged in the west. The game was postponed until September 30 because the forecast did not call for improvement in the situation.
Brooke Henderson, who won the Portland Classic twice, said he had withdrawn from the LPGA event at the Columbia Edgewater Country Club due to smoky conditions. Portland Classic is Thursday-Sunday, but courses and practice facilities are closed on Mondays due to smoke.
College football: Two of Ohio’s top players have prepared for the NFL Draft as the Big Ten fall season can be delayed.
Cornerback Shaun Wade, a pre-season all-American who is likely to be in the first round of the 2021 draft, said on Twitter Monday that Big Ten would take too long to decide what to play. Announced the decision. Another potential guard, Wyatt Davis, opted out on Friday.
Football: According to the French champion, Saint-Germain in Paris “strongly supports” Neymar’s claim that he was racially abused by Marseille players in a fierce match on Sunday.
Neymar was one of five players sent off after an injured brawl at Parc des Princes. The Brazilian forward was caught in a video piercing the back of Alvaro Gonzalez’s head.
Neymar told authorities that he had been racially abused. In his own statement, Marseille won 1-0 and Gonzales said he was “not a racist.”
golf: Sam Horsefield tested positive for coronavirus without symptoms and knocked him out of the US Open after traveling from England. Scotty Schaeffler, a new candidate for the PGA Tour, who finished fourth in the PGA Championship in San Francisco last month, resigned on Sunday after a strong test.