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Pettersson put Foppa-punishment in förlustmatch

It is a variant I have and I wanted to test it in the night, " says Pettersson to the club's website about his run on Peter Forsberg's now legendary penalty during the OLYMPIC final in Lillehammer in 1994.

the 20-year-old rookiesensationen Elias Pettersson put in addition, the first goal when Vancouver received the New Jersey in NHL hockey.

in the second period, was his 27th of the season and a tangering of Trevor Lindens best poängnotering for rookies. Pettersson leads thus rookieligan in the NHL, and is continued favorittippad to the price as the NHL's best newcomer of the season.

Before the night of the duel had Pettersson, however, not scored in eleven matches, and during the matchuppvärmningen he clarified to the media on the spot that he would go on to shoot more.

Vancouver extended later lead to 2-0 in the start of the third period, but New Jersey could come again, and both reduce, and then acknowledge, which took the match to a goalless extension.

Pettersson's penalty in the preliminary round was enough, however, not to victory for the home team Vancouver. Gävlefödda Jacob Markström fought staunchly in the Vancouverkassen, but after a long series of målvaktsräddningar could New Jersey's Damon Severson finally decide the match in the seventh penalties.

Pettersson and Jacob Markström, who saved 31 shots, was appointed both to the two the game's three best players.

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