Phoenix Coyotes in the conference final against Kings

Glendale - For the first time in their club's history, the Phoenix Coyotes have reached the final of the Western Conference in the North American professional hockey league NHL. With a 2-1 win in the fifth game against the Nashville Predators, the Arizona-based team won the Best-of-seven series by 4-1 and now measure up with the surprise Los Angeles Kings team.

Glendale - For the first time in their club's history, the Phoenix Coyotes have reached the final of the Western Conference in the North American professional hockey league NHL. With a 2-1 win in the fifth game against the Nashville Predators, the Arizona-based team won the Best-of-seven series by 4-1 and now measure up with the surprise Los Angeles Kings team.

In the East, the New York Rangers worked out the first match point in the series against the Washington Capitals. After the thrilling 3: 2 home win after extra time Rangers lead in the series 3: 2. Only 6.6 seconds before the end of the third period, Brad Richards had saved New York with his goal in overtime, the decisive goal in extra time scored Marc Staal after 1:35 minutes. Game Six will be held in Washington on Wednesday.

At Phoenix once again goalie Mike Smith was with 32 parades the guarantor of success of the coyotes. Derek Morris and Martin Hanzal had brought Phoenix into the lead, for Nashville it was enough in the final third only for the first goal by Colin Wilson.

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