Ramblings: Jarry Practicing; Lindholm Ready; Calder Finalists; Rangers Extend Series; Kylington, Karlsson, and More – May 12

Michael Clifford


Mason Marchment was missing from Florida's morning skate on Wednesday and missed the game last night. Maxim Mamin took his place in the lineup, skating on the third line with Sam Reinhart and Anton Lundell. Marchment had a great season for the Panthers, but this team should be deep enough to overcome this one injury.


An important development for the Penguins, even as they head into Game 5 with a chance to close out the series:

The first bit of big news from the actual game was this hit that Sidney Crosby took around the midway point of the second period.

He left the game and did not return. That is obviously very bad news for him given his history, let's just hope it was more precautionary than anything.

A wild second period that featured four goals in three minutes led to a 3-3 game heading into the final frame. Filip Chytil scooped a loose puck and fired it over Louis Domingue's shoulder to lift the Rangers to a 4-3 lead, and eventually the 5-3 win thanks to an empty netter. They extend their season by at least two more days as Game 6 is set for Friday night back in Pittsburgh.

Alexis Lafrenière had a goal and an assist in the win. He now has four points in five playoff games.


On the topic of good injury news: