Yep, we sure did. Let's dissect the play shall we?
Granlund takes the puck back from Pominville just inside the faceoff circle and continues to move down low. The goaltender, Varlamov, was down at first but quickly collected himself and came out to challenge Granlund. Granlund has been looking to pass the entire time here, but Moulson is covered on the goalmouth and Pominville is looking to sneak in the back door but there are too many bodies blocking the passing lane. What Granlund did not see here, was that Varlamov was not positioned right, as he was leaving a rather large space to shoot in the five hole area.
If Granlund saw this, the score becomes 5-3 Minnesota, and Roy probably pulls the goaltender following the next faceoff (the last part was slight sarcasm). But, Granlund tried to force a pass here and it resulted in no goal for the Wild.
This is the play that stuck out last night. It hurt then, and it still hurts today. Golden opportunities like this need to be taken advantage of in the postseason. If you don't cash in, it will be a short series.
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