Trouba’s monster hit highlights hot, chaotic Rangers-Flames slugfest

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Rangers captain Jacob Trouba was on a mission to destroy this one.  (Getty)
rangers captain Jacob Trouba was on a mission to destroy it. (Getty)

There’s a new contender for the 2022-23 season of sports, and it came out of nowhere.

Goals, big saves, playoff intensity, heavy hits, brawls and sheer chaos, Monday’s Rangers- thriller had everything a hockey fan could want — especially for a Monday game with two non-starters in early February. All-star between conference opponents.

Rangers captain Jakub Trouba set the physical tone with just over six minutes remaining in the opening frame, completely eliminating the Flames. Dillon Dubey A monstrous hit the open ice before hitting the mitts Chris Tanev – and winning the bout – immediately after the collision.

Trouba’s heavy checking and subsequent scrap set off a series of chaotic events over the remaining two-plus periods. After less than three minutes of the game’s first scramble, Sammy Blais had an answer for Trouba, a heavy hit on the giant. milan lucic Before the mercury boils once again.

The second period was much shorter than many anticipated after that raucous opening frame, but that all changed just under a minute later when Najam Qadri — who has dealt his fair share of punishment over the years — cut down the of the ice before being completely crushed by Trouba for his hit of the season so far. The bulking Rangers blueliner followed it up with his second fight (and decision) of the night.

Trouba this one had a man.

This angle is even absurd.

The Rangers scored on a subsequent power play to take a 3–2 lead in the third, to add another element of value to that crazy sequence from Trouba.

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However, the troubled did not go away, finishing the game in third on a controversial tally, completing their third comeback of the contest. Andrew Mangiapane A good goal was called after a long seven-minute review in the third, in spite of kicking,

Calgary rode that wave and took its first lead of the night just moments before mika zibnejad Tied it up once again, setting table for fitting, chatting ending in overtime Alexis Lafreniere A wildly capped victory for Rangers with his seventh goal of the season.

phillip chittle And Zibnejad—who got the primary on Lafreniere’s OT winner—was huge for New York in this one as well, each scoring twice while combing for 12 shots on goal.

catch all of that? what a sloppy

from Yahoo Sports