Every night of the Stanley Cup playoffs, TSN hockey analyst and former NHL goaltender Jamie McLennan breaks down each goalies performance. Jamies number grades given are out of five, with five being the best mark. Darcy Kuemper, Minnesota (5): He was calm, poised, and looked comfortable all game. He wasnt tested very much, but was strong on rebound control and positioning. He made the most of his saves from the top of his crease; nice start for the young goalie. Semyon Varlamov, Colorado (5): Hep put a show on tonight. He could be the best goalie in the league right now as far as his crease work. Hes strong on posts with his ability to fight off second chances and cover the bottom of net stemming from his leg power and flexibility. There was too many cases to list, but he was the only reason this game was close. He had no chance on the GWG. Corey Crawford, Chicago (5): He was outstanding all game long, He locked in from the drop of the puck, with his best saved for fighting through traffic as the Blues had a real net front presence tonight. His last big save was on Pietrangelo through a body with 40 seconds left. His rebound control was great as well, not a lot of scrambling due to his control in the net. Ryan Miller, St. Louis (4): The early goal to Toews was ugly, but he rebounded with great saves on Hossa and Sharp and then a big save on Shaw with three minutes left. Not a lot of second chances on him as the Hawks pressured in spurts. Miller gave the Blues a chance to win Marc-Andre Fleury, Pittsburgh (3): He battled through a tough start and showed he has the mental capacity to lock it down. His game-saving best work was in the second when Columbus pressed hard on the PP, he made two scramble saves in tight on Johansen and Dubinsky. He also made a big save on Johansen with under 30 seconds left off the rush. Sergei Bobrovsky, Columbus (3): He was great early on when he was under siege by Pittsburgh. He had a tough 2:40 stretch where he gave up three goals on three shots, but bounced back with tough saves on Crosby, Neal and Malkin in tight. Frederik Andersen, Anaheim (2): It wasnt his sharpest effort, his rebound control was an issue all game long. Benns goal was off a rebound,and Nikushkins goal went through the body. Kari Lehtonen, Dallas (5): He had a brilliant game; was the reason they won. He faced high quality chances and had big saves on Koivu, Silverberg, and Palmieri in the third alone to keep it at 2-0 before they scored the third goal to ice the win. His puck handling was a real strength as he was able to help exit the zone a few key times for Dallas with ease. This was a must win in their building and he delivered. Adam Henrique Jersey . Portland won Game 4 Sunday night at the Moda Center and are now up 3-1. The last time the Blazers won a playoff series came in the 2000 Western Conference semifinals against the Utah Jazz. Francois Beauchemin Jersey . The Grizzlies erased most of a 25-point deficit before Durant, the leagues scoring champion, got hot. https://www.cheapducks.com/217c-chris-pronger-jersey-ducks.html . -- Southern Illinois coach Barry Hinson couldnt hear himself amid the roar in Koch Arena, so he kept stomping on the floor in a fruitless attempt to get his teams attention. Rickard Rakell Jersey . scored 18 of his career- high 28 points in the first half, as fifth-ranked Ohio State dominated No. Nicolas Deslauriers Jersey . Bayern led second-place Leverkusen by 10 points with a game in hand, while Dortmund was another four points off the pace. Freiburg midfielder Felix Klaus scored in the last minute as his side twice came from behind to climb provisionally out of the relegation zone.Reigning world champion Kaya Turski of Canada crashed in both runs of the womens ski slopestyle qualification round Tuesday in Sochi and failed to advance to the medal round. The 25-year-old from Montreal underwent knee surgery to repair the anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee in August, and has only been training on snow since Dec 9. After crashing in her first run of the two-run final, Turski needed to post a score higher than 70.6 to advance to the fiinal.dddddddddddd But she went down again, finishing her Olympic campaign in 18th place with a score of 28.0. Dara Howell of Huntsville, Ont., scored an 88.8 on her first run to lead all qualifiers. Teammate Kim Lamarre of Quebec City scored 85.4 and sits in second heading into the final, while Yuki Tsubota of Whistler, B.C., scored an 81.0 to place fourth. The top 12 competitors advanced to the final, which goes later Tuesday with a clean slate. ' ' '