Islanders blow 3-0 lead, drop Game 2

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The Carolina Hurricanes pulled off a surprising win against the New York Islanders on Monday night, scoring two quick goals in the third period to take a 2-0 lead in their playoff series.

After being down 3-0, the Hurricanes rallied with a goal from Sebastian Aho and then another from Jordan Martinook just nine seconds later. This tied the game and then put the Hurricanes in the lead.

The game-tying and winning goals were scored faster than ever before in NHL playoff history. It was a thrilling moment for the Hurricanes and their fans.

Despite the Islanders getting off to a strong start, the Hurricanes dominated possession and eventually took control of the game.

The Islanders coach acknowledged that his team lost some key battles on the ice, which allowed the Hurricanes to come back and win.

Now, the series moves to Long Island for Game 3, where the Islanders will look to bounce back from this tough loss.

Unfortunately for the Hurricanes, they might be without one of their key players, defenseman Brett Pesce, who suffered a lower-body injury during the game.

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