Antti Ranta, Carolina Hurricanes’ goalie, has been injured in the lower body and is unable to play in Game 7.

RALEIGH, N.C. — Carolina Hurricanes goalie Antti Raanta was forced out of Game 7 against The New York Rangers On Monday night, I suffered a lower-body injury.

Raanta was forced to leave the game after the Hurricanes led the Rangers by 2-0 at the end of the second period. New York kept the pressure on the offensive zone. Mika Zibanejad The goal was to put a stick on the ball, but it wasn't possible. Raanta made a right turn and fell to his stomach on the ice when play was stopped.

Carolina trainer helped Raanta to get off the ice. Rookie Pyotr Kochetkov Enter the game and give up a goal to the center Ryan Strome At 16:19, it will be 3-0 for Rangers

Raanta was 6-0 at Carolina with a.965 save percent and 0.97 goals-against, which is the main reason Carolina hasn't lost a game in playoffs. He gave up two goals on 18 shots in Game 7. Both of them were on Rangers power plays. After an eight-year NHL career with frequent injuries, the Hurricanes signed the 32-year old last summer.

He played 13 games, including Monday's game 7, for the Hurricanes during the playoffs as a starter Freddie AndersenThe last time he appeared was on April 16. He had a lower body injury that prevented him from appearing in the second round.

The Hurricanes lost their winger in Game 7, as Raanta was injured. Seth Jarvis After a hit by the defenseman, in the first half Jacob Trouba.

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