The coach of “Tampa” called Vasilevsky the best goalkeeper in the world, despite the defeat of “Colorado”.

Tampa Bay Lightning head coach John Cooper said he is not considering replacing Russian goalie Andrey Vasilevsky with the Colorado Avalanche in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup finals.

Yıldırım lost with a devastating score of 0:7, with Vasilevsky missing all seven goals. Four wins in the series were scored 2-0 in favor of Avalanche.

“I didn’t think of changing him. He is the best goalkeeper in the world. We win together and lose together.

Even if I did, I don’t think it would leave the ice and that’s why it’s the best,” the official website of the National Hockey League (NHL) quotes the expert.

The next game of the Stanley Cup Finals will be held at Tampa Arena, scheduled to kick off at 3:00 Moscow time on June 21.

In the previous round of the tournament, Colorado had defeated the Edmonton Oilers (4-0 in the series). Tampa won the series against the New York Rangers (4-2).

Before Vasilevsky anti-register In the Stanley Cup playoffs.

Source: Gazeta


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