2022 NHL Playoffs
The Morning After
Edmonton Leads Series 2-1
-Kylington Finds The Net: The Flames didn't have much offence at all last night, but they got something from Oliver Kylington. Calgary's lone highlight came off of Kylington's stick with his first ever playoff marker.
-10s: The Oilers best players were at their best last night. Connor McDavid (3 assists), Leon Draisaitl (4 assists) and Evander Kane (3 goals) hooked up for a combined 10 points and were miles better than Calgary's best players.
-PP Failure: The Flames PP continues to struggle, going 0-4 last night against the Oilers. They are now 2-12 in this series so far.
Post Game Reaction
"Not an ideal period for us."— y - Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) May 23, 2022
Matthew Tkachuk talks about the second period in Game 3 and reflects on the team's performance. pic.twitter.com/s4luynYmTY
"We've got to move it a little bit faster ... get in on the forecheck."— y - Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) May 23, 2022
Rasmus Andersson talks about Game 3 in Edmonton. pic.twitter.com/djWbSj00zV