Nathan MacKinnon Leaves Hockey World In Awe with Goal

Nathan MacKinnon Leaves Hockey World In Awe with Goal

Game 5 had the Colorado Avalanche and the St. Louis Blues competing for a point in the series. Nathan Mackinnon took a shot to finish his hat trick, only to witness it send the crowd back with a sour note. The St. Louis Blues embraced the vibe to strike back after pushing the game to overtime.

The Colorado Avalanche took a lead of 3-0 in the earlier part of the game before Robert Thomas ruined the party for them. Nathan Mackinnon stayed in the spotlight as everyone stood on their toes to see the team win.

As he comfortably played with the puck to drive it from the back of his net, defenders for the St. Louis Blues stood still with little to no power of being able to do anything but see him net for his side. He accelerated to exit from the self-defense zone to run across the center and then fired the shot past Ville Husso, completing his hat trick.

Drinks nearly made their way to a few glasses before the St. Louis Blues steered the game back for them. The 26-year-old had his celebration only to see it fade away later in the online game. Meanwhile, the internet took note of his heroic act, announcing the arrival of a new sheriff in the town.

Every moment came to a halt, courtesy of Robert Thomas for shining in the late-game playoff. The game went overtime, adding a little more to the nervousness for the live audience.

Tyler Bozak finally took the game back for the St. Louis Blues. The crowd went home with a downhearted face as the St. Louis Blues kept the hope alive for Game 6.

The Colorado Avalanche last entered the Western Conference Final in 2002. The team is looking to end the series on a greater note before the history stretches another year with no success. All attention is on Nathan Mackinnon after his performance in Game 5, peaking if he has something even better in the inventory space of his store.

Nathan Mackinnon went beast mode in Game 5, and anything above that mode will strengthen the team’s place in the series. As the playoffs go ahead, a crazier goal would not surprise. Given the situation and manner in which the hat trick was done, behold the power of imagination as anything can happen.

Greater control over the puck would drive the major part of the game. Netminders can be left with awe, provided the shot is worth appreciating. Expecting the unexpected would be a part of Ville Husso’s new training regime. Game 5 has only built up the excitement for Game 6.

Author: Ava Harvey