Bedard shined against Tampa with four points! Edmonton wasn’t enough for San Jose

Bedard shined against Tampa with four points! Edmonton wasn’t enough for San Jose
Bedard shined against Tampa with four points! Edmonton wasn’t enough for San Jose
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One of the biggest stars of the night was forward Connor Bedard, who scored four Canadian points for two goals and two assists on the ice of Tampa. The saddest team will definitely be Edmonton, who also lost on the ice of San Jose.

BOSTON BRUINS – NEW YORK ISLANDERS

5:2 (1:1, 1:0, 3:1)

Coyle took down the Islanders with a hat trick

The top scorer of the match this time was Charlie Coyle, who managed to complete the first hat trick in his career. And that with the great contribution of David Pastrňák, who left him a goal into an empty cage.

Goals and saves
15. Frederic (J. van Riemsdyk, Coyle), 27. Coyle (Zacha, Pastrňák), 44. Pastrňák (Marchand, Shattenkirk), 50. Coyle (J. van Riemsdyk, Frederic), 59. Coyle (Pastrňák, Marchand) – 18. Nelson (Dobson, Barzal), 43. Holmström (Pageau, Romanov).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 35 – 29 | Power play: 2/3 – 1/1 | Penalty minutes: 2 – 6

Who stood in the goal area?
Linus Ullmark (BOS) – 27 tackles, 2 OG, 93.1% success, 60:00 tackles
Ilya Sorokin (NYI) – 30 tackles, 4 OG, 88.2% success, 58:51 catches

Czech and Slovak footprint
David Pastrňák (BOS) – 1+2, +2 participation, 5 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 20:07
Pavel Zacha (BOS) – 0+1, +1 participation, 1 shot on goal, TM 0, time on ice 18:41

Three stars of the match
1. Charlie Coyle (BOS) – 3+1
2. James van Riemsdyk – 0+2
3. David Pastrňák (BOS) – 1+2

DETROIT RED WINGS – MONTREAL CANADIENS

2:3 pp. (0:1, 1:0, 1:1 – 0:1)

Extension for Montreal

In Detroit, an even match took place, where the decision was made in overtime. In it, the Canadiens got the advantage of the power play and Cole Caufield turned it into a second point.

Goals and saves
37. Fischer (Rasmussen, Chiarot), 47. Compher – 8. Matheson (Newhook), 41. Suzuki (Matheson, Monahan), 65. Caufield (Matheson, Suzuki).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 29 – 26 | Power play: 0/4 – 2/5 | Penalty minutes: 22 – 10

Who stood in the goal area?
James Reimer (DET) – 23 tackles, 3 OG, 88.5% success, 63-20 interceptions
Cayden Primeau (MTL) – 27 tackles, 2 OG, 93.1% success, 64-16 interception

Czech and Slovak footprint
Juraj Slafkovský (MTL) – 0+0, 0 participation, 1 shot on goal, TM 0, time on ice 13:17

Three stars of the match
1. Cole Caufield (MTL) – 1+0
2. JT Compher (DET) – 1+0
3. Nick Suzuki (MTL) – 1+0

NEW YORK RANGERS – MINNESOTA WILD

4:1 (1:0, 0:1, 3:0)

The Rangers keep rolling

Despite the numerous defeat, Rangers are playing in great form and defeating one opponent after another. Today, the team from Manhattan stepped on Minnesota and won 4:1. The first star was three-pointer Alexis Lafreniere.

Goals and saves
4. Trocheck (Lafreniere, E. Gustafsson), 42. Lafreniere (Panarin, Trocheck), 55. Wheeler (Cuylle, Lafreniere), 59. Panarin (Trocheck, Trouba) – 33. Duhaime (Faber, Hartman).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 28 – 26 | Power play: 1/1 – 0/1 | Penalty minutes: 7 – 7

Who stood in the goal area?
Louis Domingue (NYR) – 25 tackles, 1 OG, 96.2% success, 60:00 tackles
Marc-Andre Fleury (MIN) – 24 tackles, 2 OG, 88.9% success, 57:44 catches

Czech and Slovak footprint
Without Czech and Slovak participation.

Three stars of the match
1. Alexis Lafreniere (NYR) – 1+2
2. Louis Domingue (NYR) – 26 saves
3. Vincent Trocheck (NYR) – 1+2

OTTAWA SENATORS – VANCOUVER CANUCKS

2:5 (1:2, 1:1, 0:2)

Vancouver robbed in Ottawa

Ottawa did not follow up on yesterday’s win over Toronto, even though it was clearly more active in terms of shooting. The Canucks made the most of their limited opportunities.

Goals and saves
19. Batherson, 31. Zub (Kelly, Highmore) – 1. Boeser (Di Giuseppe, Hronek), 3. Mikheev (E. Pettersson, Kuzmenko), 39. J. Miller (Di Giuseppe, Cole), 50. Mikheev ( E. Pettersson, Kuzmenko), 54. E. Pettersson (Q. Hughes, J. Miller).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 30 – 16 | Power play: 0/2 – 1/3 | Penalty minutes: 6 – 4

Who stood in the goal area?
Anton Forsberg (OTT) – 11 tackles, 5 OG, 68.8% success, 60:00 tackles
Casey DeSmith (VAN) – 28 tackles, 2 OG, 93.3% success, 59-23 catches

Czech and Slovak footprint
Dominik Kubalík (OTT) – 0+0, -1 participation, 2 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 12:51
Filip Hronek (VAN) – 0+1, +1 participation, 0 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 23:16

Three stars of the match
1. Ilya Mikheev (VAN) – 2+0
2. Elias Pettersson (VAN) – 1+2
3. JT Miller (VAN) – 1+1

TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING – CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS

3:5 (2:4, 0:1, 1:0)

Bedard was beaming

Connor Bedard scored four Canadian points against Tampa and was the main reason the Blackhawks were able to win. Petr Mrázek also captured it perfectly!

Goals and saves
4. Cirelli (Hagel, Sergachev), 13. Kucherov (Jeannot, Hedman), 58. Stamkos (Cirelli, Point) – 5. Bedard (Kurashev), 17. Korchinski (Donato, Entwistle), 18. T. Johnson (Bedard ), 20. Bedard, 23. Perry (Bedard, N. Foligno).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 33 – 29 | Power play: 1/4 – 1/5 | Penalty minutes: 22 – 8

Who stood in the goal area?
Jonas Johansson (TBL) – 24 tackles, 5 OG, 82.8% success, caught 55:45
Petr Mrázek (CHI) – 30 tackles, 3 OG, success rate 90.9%, caught 59:34

Czech and Slovak footprint
Erik Černák (TBL) – 0+0, -1 participation, 4 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 17:22
Petr Mrázek (CHI) – 30 tackles, 3 OG, success rate 90.9%, caught 59:34

Three stars of the match
1. Connor Bedard (CHI) – 2+2
2. Petr Mrázek (CHI) – 30 saves
3. Nick Foligno (CHI) – 0+3

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS – DALLAS STARS

2:5 (2:1, 0:2, 0:2)

Dallas made a great turnaround

Columbus took a two-goal lead in the ninth minute and things looked good for him. But the Dallas hockey players improved their performance, scored five goals and won in Ohio 5:2.

Goals and saves
2. Jenner (J. Gaudreau, Roslovic), 9. Marchenko (Fantilli, Voronkov) – 10. Marchment (Duchene, Seguin), 31. Cr. Smith (Faksa, Lindell), 37. Duchene (Lundkvist), 44. Seguin (Lundkvist, Duchene), 58. J. Robertson (Pavelski).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 29 – 31 | Power play: 0/1 – 0/2 | Penalty minutes: 6 – 4

Who stood in the goal area?
Spencer Martin (CBJ) – 26 tackles, 4 OG, 86.7% success, 58:26 interceptions
Jake Oettinger (DAL) – 27 tackles, 2 OG, 93.1% success, 60:00 interceptions

Czech and Slovak footprint
Radek Faksa (DAL) – 0+1, 0 participation, 1 shot on goal, TM 0, time on ice 14:40

Three stars of the match
1. Matt Duchene (DAL) – 1+2
2. Tyler Seguin (DAL) – 1+1
3. Kirill Marchenko (CBJ) – 1+0

ST. LOUIS BLUES – ARIZONA COYOTES

2:1 (1:1, 1:0, 0:0)

The narrow success of St. Louis

In St. Louis didn’t score too many goals, but the home fans don’t mind. The Blues were the better team in the duel and went on to win 2:1. Jakub Vrána scored one assist.

Goals and saves
3. Sundqvist (Vrána, Blais), 26. Thomas (Bucňvič, Krug) – 16. Crouse (Keller, Schmaltz).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 33 – 20 | Power play: 0/7 – 1/2 | Penalty minutes: 4 – 14

Who stood in the goal area?
Joel Hofer (STL) – 19 tackles, 1 OG, 95.0% success, 60:00 sacks
Karel Vejmelka (ARI) – 31 tackles, 2 OG, success rate 93.9%, caught 58:04

Czech and Slovak footprint
Jakub Vrána (STL) – 0+1, +1 participation, 4 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 14:13
Karel Vejmelka (ARI) – 31 tackles, 2 OG, success rate 93.9%, caught 58:04

Three stars of the match
1. Robert Thomas (STL) – 1+0
2. Torey Krug (STL) – 0+1
3. Oskar Sundqvist (STL) – 1+0

WINNIPEG JETS – NASHVILLE PREDATORS

6:3 (1:1, 3:1, 2:1)

Hattrick for Connor

A hat-trick scorer appeared in this match as well. Kyle Connor was in good spirits, adding one assist to the three goals scored. The Jets beat their division rival 6-3.

Goals and saves
5. Appleton (Lowry, Niederreiter), 22. Connor (Scheifele, Iafallo), 24. Connor (Scheifele, DeMelo), 31. Perfetti (Scheifele, Connor), 53. Dillon (DeMelo, M. Barron), 57. Connor (Iafallo, Scheifele) – 7. F. Forsberg (Nyquist), 33. F. Forsberg (Barrie), 57. Tomasino (Barrie, Del Gaizo).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 37 – 23 | Power play: 1/4 – 0/5 | Penalty minutes: 20-28

Who stood in the goal area?
Laurent Brossoit (WPG) – 20 saves, 3 OG, 87.0% success, 60:00 tackles
Juuse Saros (NSH) – 31 tackles, 5 OG, 86.1% success, 57:46 catches

Czech and Slovak footprint
Without Czech and Slovak participation.

Three stars of the match
1. Kyle Connor (WPG) – 3+1
2. Mark Scheifele (WPG) – 0+4
3. Filip Forsberg (NSH) – 2+0

COLORADO AVALANCHE – SEATTLE KRAKEN

3:4 (0:1, 2:2, 1:1)

Seattle decided in the very end

It looked like the game in Colorado was going to overtime, but the opposite was true. With thirty-three seconds left, Oliver Bjorkstrand came through and stole two points for Seattle.

Goals and saves
25. Byram (MacKinnon, Lehkonen), 36. MacKinnon (Makar, Rantanen), 53. Nichushkin (Toews, MacKinnon) – 19. Schwartz (Kartye, Dunn), 25. Bjorkstrand (Oleksiak, Larsson), 32. Beniers (Dunn , Schwartz), 60. Bjorkstrand (Tolvanen, Larsson).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 26 – 22 | Power play: 0/3 – 1/4 | Penalty minutes: 10 – 8

Who stood in the goal area?
Ivan Prosvetov (COL) – 18 tackles, 4 OG, 81.8% success rate, caught 59:28
Philipp Grubauer (SEA) – 23 tackles, 3 OG, 88.5% success, 60:00 tackles

Czech and Slovak footprint
Tomáš Tatar (COL) – 0+0, 0 participation, 0 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 10:59

Three stars of the match
1. Oliver Bjorkstrand (SEA) – 2+0
2. Nathan MacKinnon (COL) – 1+2
3. Jaden Schwartz (SEA) – 1+1

LOS ANGELES KINGS – PITTSBURGH PENGUINS

3:4 pp. (1:1, 1:1, 1:1 – 0:1)

The Penguins completed a great trip

Three games in California, three wins. Pittsburgh did well this trip and was able to succeed even against strong Los Angeles, although the Penguins were not a better team. Bryan Rust decided everything in overtime.

Goals and saves
15. Grundström (Kopitar, M. Roy), 30. Kempe (M. Anderson, Byfield), 47. Fiala (Dubois, Spence) – 8. Crosby, 39. Eller, 41. Guentzel (Crosby, E. Karlsson), 64. Rust (Malkin, E. Karlsson).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 37 – 20 | Power play: 0/3 – 0/2 | Penalty minutes: 6 – 8

Who stood in the goal area?
Pheonix Copley (LAK) – 16 tackles, 4 OG, 80.0% success, 63:45 catches
Magnus Hellberg (PIT) – 34 tackles, 3 OG, 91.9% success, 63:45 catches

Czech and Slovak footprint
Radim Zohorna (PIT) – 0+0, -1 participation, 1 shot on goal, TM 2, time on ice 9:09

Three stars of the match
1. Bryan Rust (PIT) – 1+0
2. Adrian Kempe (LAK) – 1+0
3. Kevin Fiala (LAK) – 1+0

SAN JOSE SHARKS – EDMONTON OILERS

3:2 (1:0, 1:1, 1:1)

The Czechs took care of San Jose’s win

San Jose celebrates its second straight win. The Sharks were able to mature against the equally struggling Edmonton in the home arena, and the Czechs also deserve credit for that, as Tomáš Hertl and Filip Zadina made their mark. The Oilers are in a huge slump and have the same number of points as their opponent today.

Goals and saves
19. Zetterlund (Hertl, Eklund), 30. Hertl (Zetterlund, Ochoťuk), 42. Zadina (Sturm, Carpenter) – 22. Nurse (Draisaitl, Foegele), 58. Nugent-Hopkins (Bouchard, Ekholm).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 18 – 41 | Power play: 0/2 – 0/4 | Penalty minutes: 8 – 4

Who stood in the goal area?
Mackenzie Blackwood (SJS) – 39 tackles, 2 OG, 95.1% success, 60:00 tackles
Stuart Skinner (EDM) – 15 tackles, 3 OG, 83.3% success, 58:07 tackles

Czech and Slovak footprint
Filip Zadina (SJS) – 1+0, +1 participation, 1 shot on goal, TM 0, time on ice 13:49
Tomáš Hertl (SJS) – 1+1, +1 participation, 3 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 20:26
Jan Rutta (SJS) – 0+0, +1 participation, 0 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 22:52

Three stars of the match
1. Mackenzie Blackwood (SJS) – 39 saves
2. Tomáš Hertl (SJS) – 1+1
3. Fabian Zetterlund (SJS) – 1+1

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