The Rangers rally to halt the Hurricanes’ winning streak at 11

New York — The Carolina Hurricanes’ 11-game winning streak ended with a 5-3 loss to the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday.

Brent BurnsAnd the Martin Nicas And the Jalen Chatfield record f Pyotr Kochetkov Made 26 saves for the Hurricanes (25-7-6), who also finished with 17 straight points (15-0-2).

“We’re out of it,” said Carolina coach Rod Brindmore. “It would have happened at some point. You know, and you say that and we still moved into third place and had a chance to win the game. So that wasn’t great on our part. We have to be better if we’re going to win at a steady pace like we used to. Maybe that wasn’t the case.” The match is indicative of the way we played, yet we were still there until the end.”

Video: CAR @ NYR: Miller redirects Zibanejad’s shot on goal

Mika ZibanejadAnd the Candy MillerAnd the Philip Shettle And the Jacob Trueba They each had a goal and an assist for the Rangers (21-12-6), who have been 3-1-1 in their past five games. Igor Shesterkin Made 20 saves.

“It feels good,” New York said. Vincent Troshek, the former Carolina forward. “Obviously it’s an ex-team but also a team that’s been really hot lately, they’ve won 11 in a row, a split team, so to beat those guys, it means a lot to our club.”

Miller gave the Rangers a 4-3 lead at 10:27 of the third period, after a shot by Zibanejad. With Kochetkov pulling the extra striker, Chytl scored the empty power-play goal with 1:03 remaining for the final 5-3.

“It’s a big game,” Miller said. “I don’t think we’re too worried about their record and closing their streaks and things like that, but I think they’re a good team out there and they have a lot of skill, and they definitely have all the skill and strength to get that.” [win] Effect.”

VIDEO: CAR @ NYR: Panarin tied the game in the third period

Artemy Panarin Tied it 3-3 for the Rangers at 36 seconds into the third.

“Of course we try and focus 100 percent in every game, but that match, this team is special,” Panarin said. “…it may have been difficult for them to stay focused, but they still played well.”

Zibanejad tied the game at 2-2 with a powerful goal at 16:45 of the second period. It looked like he was trying to pass to Troshek up front, but the puck went through Kochetkov’s hole five.

This was Kochetkov’s first start in six matches.

“Obviously he wants those back,” Brind’Amour said. “But he made some nice saves in the game, it’s just a couple of tough goals. He’ll come back again.”

Video: CAR @ NYR: Zibanejad scores PPG in the second period

Chatfield gave the Hurricanes a 3-2 lead after 29 seconds at 17:14.

Carolina allowed three power play goals in five chances after not allowing one in their previous four games (14-for-14).

“We have a big focus on penalties and we want that to be really strong and tonight wasn’t our night for that,” Hurricanes Defensman Brady Skegee He said. “So we’ll watch some videos, learn from that and then definitely move on.”

Burns grabbed a leadoff CD and gave Carolina a 1-0 lead at 7:24 of the first period.

Trouba tied the game at 1-1 at 16:26 with a wrist shot from the blue line.

The Hurricanes took a 2-1 lead 14 seconds later at 16:42 when Nikas scored on a one-timeout from the left standoff circle. It was his 17th NHL goal of the season.

It was the first game between the two teams since the Stanley Cup playoffs last season, when the Rangers eliminated the Hurricanes in seven games in the second round of the Eastern Conference.

“Obviously they’ve been one of the most exciting teams in the NHL the last few games and a top team in the league, so we weren’t perfect tonight,” New York coach Gerard Gallant said. “We had a bit of luck tonight, but it’s a big win, it’s a good game for us and we have to keep doing that, building on games like this.”

Video: CAR @ NYR: Trouba shoots from a blue line for PPG

Carolina hasn’t lost since December 6 (4-3 in overtime at the Anaheim Ducks); Their last regulation loss was on November 23 (4-0 to the Arizona Coyotes).

“A good team like this, they will capitalize on mistakes and [we] That wasn’t the case tonight, Skjei said. “Obviously we’ve done something very special here in the last few weeks. So, try to forget about it and then go ahead and try to get a streak going.”

Notes: Trocheck had two shots on goal and won 10 of 19 face-offs in 24:18 of ice time in his first game against the Hurricanes since signing a seven-year contract with the Rangers in the offseason. He had 96 points (39 goals, 57 assists) in 135 games over three seasons with Carolina from 2019-22. … Necas extended his point streak to six games (seven points; four goals, three assists). … Burns extended his point streak to four games (five points; one goal, four assists). …the Hurricanes lost for the first time in regulation this season when they led after two periods (16-1-2).

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