"You simply have to get it there," Myers stated after the Canucks extended their NHL-best winning streak to 7 games, the group's longest in six years. Canucks captain Bo Horvat earned his 2nd assist of the night when he fed Myers. The Rangers buzzed around the Vancouver net like upset bees in the 3rd period, outshooting the Canucks 14-6."These video games, goalies that come out don't truly do it that typically," said Markstrom, who was named the video game's first star after stopping 35 shots."He's playing fantastic," said Myers.
It wasn't Tyler Myers' biggest shot, but it sufficed to get the task done.
Georgiev, who ended up the game with 25 saves, lay face down on the ice for numerous seconds after the objective.
"We have to work from the positives and build on that good video game and not feel sorry that it didn't go our method," stated Georgiev. "If we keep playing like that, we will have success."
Antoine Roussel scored for Vancouver (23-15-4) who haven't won 7 consecutive video games considering that in between Dec. 1 and Dec. 14, 2013.
A scoreless second duration left the groups connected 1-1 after 40 minutes. The Rangers buzzed around the Vancouver internet like mad bees in the 3rd period, outshooting the Canucks 14-6. Vancouver goaltender Jacob Markstrom was required to make big saves off shots from Artemi Panarin, Ryan Strome and Jesper Fast.
Vintage save by Markstrom
With simply under 4 minutes staying, Markstrom went old-school, stacking his pads to rob Jacob Trouba. That made a huge cheer from the Rogers Arena crowd.
"These games, goalies that come out do not truly do it that typically," said Markstrom, who was named the video game's first star after stopping 35 shots. "Games aren't ideal. Sometimes you've just to be athletic.
"It's about stopping the puck. It's not book and how I really wanted it. I stopped the puck and that's the primary part."
Myers heaped appreciation on Markstrom who has actually been in web for 6 of the seven Canuck wins throughout their current streak.
"He's playing terrific," said Myers. "I feel like he's been playing terrific the entire year. He made a couple huge conserves for us in the 3rd to keep us connected."
Pavel Buchnevich had the lone objective for the Rangers (19-18-4), who lost their 3rd in a row and are winless in seven of their last 10.
"We did nearly everything right, expect rating and it's really frustrating," said New York coach David Quinn. "It truly was a kick in the gut to have that one shot go in, to play in addition to we performed in third and provide up that [one] late.
"We've got to combat through some difficulty here."