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Carolina Hurricanes vs New York Rangers Game 6 Live Free Online 28 May 2022

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ESPN will host Saturday’s matchup between the New York Rangers and Carolina Hurricanes in Game 6 of the second round of the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs with puck drop set at 8:10 p.m. ET. The game will take place at Madison Square Garden in Manhattan.

Carolina continued its home-ice success in Game 5 with a 3-1 win over New York to take a 3-2 series lead. The Hurricanes and Rangers swapped first-period goals and then the game took a heavy turn to defense and clearing pucks. In the second period Carolina got a power-play after Rangers forward Frank Vatrano was sent off for hooking. The Hurricanes power play, which has struggled most of the series, came up big when it needed to.

Teravainen’s goal, his seventh straight game with a point at home, gave the Hurricanes a 2-1 lead and Andrei Svechnikov added a breakaway goal in the third for the final.

Hurricanes vs. Rangers (Hurricanes lead 3-2)

Date: Saturday, May 27

Start time: 8 p.m. ET

TV channel: ESPN

Live stream: WatchESPN, ESPN app

The New York Rangers-Carolina Hurricanes Stanley Cup Playoffs series returns to Madison Square Garden, and so far, home-ice advantage has been critical in this series, which heads to Game 6 on Saturday, May 28 (5/28/2022).

The game will be broadcast on ESPN at 8 p.m. ET, and can be streamed live on fuboTV, Sling and more live TV services.

The series stands at 3-2 to the Hurricanes, which also matches the number of games played in Raleigh to the number of games in New York City. In Game 5 on Thursday, the Rangers lost 3-1, and for the second series during these Playoffs, are facing elimination.

The result leaves the Hurricanes unbeaten on home ice during this postseason, and if the Rangers manage to win on Saturday, they’ll still have to break that streak if the series returns to PNC Arena on Monday.

“We’re down 3-1 last series, we’re down 2-0 in this series, and all that matters is that next game,” Ryan Strome told the NY Post after the game. “We got to get back at it and win one game.”

The Carolina Hurricanes controlled long stretches of play, stayed aggressive and even got a breakthrough in a two-month struggle on the power play.

It was enough to secure another home playoff victory. Now they can turn their attention to trying to put away the New York Rangers, too.

Vincent Trocheck buried a short-handed goal, Teuvo Teravainen had a rare power-play score and the Hurricanes beat the Rangers 3-1 on Thursday night to take a 3-2 lead in the second-round series.

It was part of yet another strong home performance for the Metropolitan Division champions, who improved to 7-0 at home in the postseason.

“It was kind of the game that I’ve been waiting for,” Carolina coach Rod Brind’Amour said. “We’ve been playing OK, but tonight was good all the way around — more obviously how we want to play.”

Andrei Svechnikov also scored, beating Igor Shesterkin with a backhander on a breakaway midway through the third period as the Hurricanes protected their Game 5 lead.

The Hurricanes can advance to the Eastern Conference finals to face reigning two-time Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay by winning Game 6 in New York on Saturday, though they are 0-5 away from PNC Arena so far despite tying for the NHL lead in regular-season road wins.

Now Carolina faces the challenge of putting away a team that has been resilient, even stubborn, when facing a series deficit. The Rangers rallied from a 3-1 hole to beat Pittsburgh in a seven-game first-round series, then lost the first two games against Carolina before fighting back to even at home.

“The way I look at it, we’ve played a lot of must-win games lately, and we’ve done a pretty good job,” said New York’s Ryan Strome, who had a second-period goal negated by a successful offsides challenge from Carolina.

“We’ve played some desperate hockey. ... We seem to like being in this position a little bit.”

The Hurricanes sustained their aggressive style while giving the Rangers little room to operate, finishing with a 34-17 shot advantage to keep the pressure on Shesterkin while also easing the burden on Antti Raanta (16 saves) in Carolina’s net.

Mika Zibanejad scored a power-play goal for New York, winning a first-period faceoff and then drifting to the left side for the putaway just six seconds into the man advantage. Shesterkin — a finalist for both the Vezina Trophy for the league’s top goalie and Hart Trophy for most valuable player — finished with 31 saves against a steady stream of work.

who left briefly in the second with a bleeding mouth after being hit by Strome’s follow-through on a shot — zipped the puck to Teravainen for the left-side putaway to beat Shesterkin at 9:47 of the second for the 2-1 lead. It marked Carolina’s first goal with the man advantage since the final minutes of Game 6 in the first-round win against Boston.


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