Nine points in eight games for 24-year old Anaheim forward Jakob Silfverberg, of which two came in game 4 against Calgary and earned him the MVP of the game, is an excellent record. Rangers and Canadiens refuses to give up, reducing their opponents lead in the quarterfinal series of the 2015 Stanley Cup.
Rangers won game 5 in overtime
Rangers were under pressure to win at home against Capitals who were in a 3-1 lead in the series. Curtis Glencross gave the guests a 0-1 lead in the third period. Rangers tied the game playing 6 against 5 with 1:40 left of the game. Half an overtime period later Ryan McDonagh scored the decisive goal which kept the series alive, reducing the Capitals lead to 3-2.
…as did Montreal
Tampa Bay were in a 3-0 game lead in the quarterfinal against Montreal. Canadiens won game four and now also game five. They got the lead in the first period and could won the game 2-1. Anton Strålman got an assist for Tampa Bay.
Calgary 2-4 Anaheim (1-3)
Jakob Silfverberg was the first star of game 4 with 1 goal and 1 assist away against Calgary. The standing was 2-2 late in the second period when Joe Colborne got a 2+2 penalty for high sticking. Anaheim took advantage of the power play and scored 3-2 one minute into the third period. The last goal was in open net. The victory mean that Anaheim can decide the series at home in game 5.