The Danish ice hockey goaltender Frederik Andersen was not to pass, when the Toronto Maple Leafs on Tuesday defeated the Columbus Blue Jackets and Oliver Bjorkstrand with 3-0.
It was the second match in a series of a maximum of five between the two clubs for participation in the NHL playoffs. Columbus Blue Jackets won the first showdown on Monday with the 2-0.
The Danish goalkeeper had 21 saves in the match.
the Toronto Maple Leafs dominated the game most of the fight, and at the end of the second period opened Auston Matthews scoring. John Tavares increased to 2-0 in the third period, before Morgan Rielly sent the puck in an empty may with 43 seconds left.
Oliver Bjorkstrand got a good 15 minutes of playing time, while Frederik Andersen was on the ice in all 60 minutes.
After a long coronapause came the north american however Saturday started again.
It has been nearly five months since the NHL season was interrupted. The remaining teams and players live and play their games in the so-called 'bubbles' in the canadian cities of Edmonton and Toronto.
The four teams that were at the top of their respective conferences, since the base game was interrupted, go straight on to the playoffs, which as usual is played in a best of seven matches to go ahead.
to seed teams before the playoffs, the eight teams divided into two groups, where all the meetings all the time. Seedningen determine how the teams can later meet in the playoffs.
16 teams, including the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Columbus Blue Jackets, player at the same time on the eight remaining squares in the round.
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