Calgary and New York Rangers complete second round of NHL playoffs

With one goal after five minutes of overtime, Artemi Panarin sent the New York Rangers to the second round of the NHL play-offs. The Russian striker sealed the success of his franchise in Game 7 against Pittsburgh (4-3) and a victorious comeback after being down 3-1 in the series. The Rangers, seeking their first Stanley Cup since 1994, will face Carolina in the second round.

In the other Game 7 of the evening, the Calgary Flames also waited for overtime to defeat the Dallas Stars (3-2), on a goal by Johnny Gaudreau. The Canadian franchise won its second series of play-offs in 17 years, since losing the Stanley Cup final in 2004. It will face Edmonton, the other Canadian team still in contention, in the next round.

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