The New Jersey Devils tied their playoff series against the New York Rangers with a convincing win on enemy ice. The unlikely star of the game? It’s ya boi Jonas Siegenthaler with a goal and an assist.
Jack Hughes scored on a beauty of a breakaway early in the first period. After a scoreless second, Vincent Trochek tied the game, snatching a big rebound two minutes into the third period. But Jonas Siegenthaler caught a crisp cross-ice pass and ripped a shot to the far side to make it 2-1 Devils. Ondrej Palat sealed the deal with an empty-net goal.
Devils win! Series tied 2-2.
Jack Hughes gets it going in a hurry! 🏃♂️🚨
Catch Game 4 of Devils vs. Rangers on Sportsnet 360. pic.twitter.com/eMpNH100Dz
— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) April 24, 2023
Some stars in the Garden tonight! 🌟 pic.twitter.com/CtOsKp1wrN
— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) April 25, 2023
i think we can all agree that both new york teams wag jackets/vests/trench coats did not eat this year pic.twitter.com/2TRiO2kihs
— x – ella (@AND3RSLEE) April 24, 2023
I’m not going to tell you anything you don’t already know, but the Capitals really beefed it when they signed and played Zdeno Chara over Jonas Siegenthaler. Chara is a legend, but Siegenthaler is a special player whose best years were – and still are – ahead of him. Washington got a third-round draft pick in exchange for a player who just tied this playoff series.
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