Sport Murray's playoff shutout streak ends at nearly 4 full games

04:35  14 april  2018
04:35  14 april  2018 Source:   theScore

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The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins goaltender nearly capped off a fifth straight shutout before the streak was ended with 1:11 remaining in In four OHL seasons, Murray played to a record of 79-60- 4 -10 in 166 games . The graduate of the Thunder Bay Kings Minor Midget program recorded a career

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a person skiing on the snow © Justin Berl / Getty Images Sport / Getty Matt Murray has finally been scored on.

With the Philadelphia Flyers' first goal of the series in Game 2, the Pittsburgh Penguins netminder saw his playoff shutout streak snapped at 225:49 - or nearly the equivalent of four full games.

Shayne Gostisbehere fired a power-play goal past Murray with just 37 seconds left in the first period Friday, marking the first time the 23-year-old has given up a playoff goal since Viktor Arvidsson of the Nashville Predators scored in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final last season.

Murray's streak still stands as the best in franchise history, but with a shutout in Game 2, he could have set a record for the most consecutive playoff shutouts in NHL history.

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Hassan Whiteside fires back at critics amid poor playoff performance .
Hassan Whiteside is telling his critics to make like an egg and beat it. The Miami Heat center, who has virtually been a non-factor during the team’s first three playoff games against the Philadelphia 76ers, took an opportunity on Friday to hit back at those criticizing him. “I don’t get caught up in the guys that can’t do my job but talk about my job,” said Whiteside simply, according to Shandel Richardson of the Sun-Sentinel. The problem is that Whiteside, who is making nearly $24 million this season, isn’t doing his job either to start the postseason. The 28-year-old has looked totally disengaged and unplayable on both ends, regardless of if his opposing matchup at the 5 spot is Ersan Ilyasova or Joel Embiid. All in all, Whiteside’s contribution to the Heat’s playoff run has been a pathetic 3.7 points and 4.0 rebounds in 13.7 minutes per game (despite starting all three contests so far). Whiteside also exhibited a poor attitude towards the end of the regular season, and it is looking increasingly likely that he has just checked out for the year.

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