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Trent Klatt scored a power-play goal 3:42 into overtime to give the Vancouver Canucks a comeback 4-3 victory over the Minnesota Wild on Friday night for an exciting opening to their Western Conference semifinal.

Klatt, a Minnesota native, deflected a shot by Daniel Sedin into the net. The power play was called after Wild defenceman Lubomir Sekeras was called for high sticking.
Matt Cooke forced the overtime, scoring for Vancouver off a scramble in front of the net with just 1.2 seconds left in the third period.
Todd Bertuzzi won the draw with just 8.7 seconds left. Goaltender Manny Fernandez managed to stop the first shot, but the Canucks swarmed like angry bees. Klatt, flat on his back, had a couple whacks at the puck before Cooke got a stick on it and pushed it into the net, bringing a thunderous roar from the crowd.
Markus Naslund, on a third-period breakaway, and defenceman Ed Jovanovski also scored for Vancouver, which played its first overtime game of the playoffs.


OK, Exams in the books and the time of waiting has begun! Looking forward to a great summer now. If I get the legal issues settled, the exams can be downloaded @ the studies-section for those law-guys who care.
Just chilling right now and then looking for some holidays. Hamburg, London and maybe Italy are possibilities.

Hopefully I can get some time and mood to get a whole update and a new look to this site. Special Stanley Cup Playoffs feature coming up soon.

"Elect a madman and you get madness!"

Till then,