Jesperi Kotkaniemi showed off his skills, the Finnish striker scored two goals in Carolina’s 6–1 win

Jesperi Kotkaniemi showed off his skills the Finnish striker scored

Jesperi Kotkaniemi managed to score in the second consecutive match. The Finn who scored Carolina’s first two goals was selected for the star of the match.

Jonne Niemeläinen,

STT Sports

shows on Sunday 7.5. two NHL playoffs. First, starting at 22:15, New Jersey Devils–Carolina Hurricanes, and right after at 01:30, Florida Panthers–Toronto Maple Leafs.

In the second round of the hockey NHL playoffs, the Carolina Hurricanes beat the New Jersey Devils 6–1. Carolina now leads the match series with a 2–0 win.

Carolina’s number one name was the Finnish center Jesperi Kotkaniemi, who scored his team’s first two goals. The first goal of Kotkaniemi, who was chosen as the third star of the match, was achieved with superiority. The player from Pori, who was also successful in scoring in the previous match, now has 3+1 performances in the playoffs.

Carolina’s other Finnish forwards Sebastian Aho scored his team’s sixth goal. Aho has scored 4+5 in the playoffs.

The Hurricanes Jesse Puljujärvi and New Jersey Erik Haula remained without power points in the match.

Carolina’s Finnish goalkeeper Antti Raanta was not involved in the match at all, but was the team’s second goalkeeper Pyotr Koshetkov. However, the Russian was not seen in goal, but the Dane was guarding the net throughout the match Frederik Andersenwho made a total of 28/29 saves.

The match series will now move from Raleigh, North Carolina to Newark, New Jersey and will continue there on Sunday evening at 22:30 Finnish time. You can watch the match live on TV2.