Detroit won in Tampa, Pittsburgh surprised the Rangers

Detroit won in Tampa, Pittsburgh surprised the Rangers
Detroit won in Tampa, Pittsburgh surprised the Rangers
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There were eight matches on today’s program. Let’s recap them step by step.

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS – COLORADO AVALANCHE

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

Columbus caught the favorite by surprise

The match between Columbus and Colorado ended with a very surprising victory for the home Blue Jackets, who surprised the favored opponent and won 4:1. The lion’s share of the victory belongs to goalkeeper Daniil Tarasov, who scored 46 hits! Colorado, on the other hand, after this defeat, which must be considered a loss, the chances of winning in the Western Conference decreased again.

Goals and saves
30. Marchenko (Gudbranson, J. Gaudreau), 35. A. Nylander (Voronkov, Provorov), 39. A. Nylander (Bean, Gudbranson), 59. Sillinger (Texier, Marchenko) – 45. C. Wagner (Se. Walker, Lehkonen).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 25 – 47 | Power play: 0/2 – 0/4 | Penalty minutes: 8 – 4

Who stood in the goal area?
Daniil Tarasov (CBJ) – 46 tackles, 1 OG, 97.9% success, 60:00 tackles
Justus Annunen (COL) – 21 tackles, 3 OG, 87.5% success, 58:29 catches

Czech and Slovak footprint
Without Czech and Slovak participation.

Three stars of the match
1. Daniil Tarasov (CBJ) 46 saves
2. Alexander Nylander (CBJ) 1+1
3. Erik Gudbranson (CBJ) 0+2

NEW YORK RANGERS – PITTSBURGH PENGUINS

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

Pens robbed MSG

Pittsburgh managed another existential game and narrowed the gap to eighth place Washington to five points in eleventh place in the Eastern Conference. Despite the first setback after a five-game winning streak, the Rangers remain at the top of the NHL with a three-point lead over Carolina, Boston and Dallas.

Goals and saves
51. Kakko (Fox, Panarin), 57. Roslovic (Zibanejad) – 1. Rust (Crosby, R. Smith), 11. Crosby (P. Joseph, Letang), 50. Bemström (Puljujärvi), 58. Rust (Carter , Letang), 60. Crosby.

Statistics
Shots on goal: 30 – 20 | Power play: 0/3 – 0/3 | Penalty minutes: 6 – 6

Who stood in the goal area?
Igor Šestorkin (NYR) – 15 tackles, 4 OG, 83.3% success rate, caught 58:37
Alex Nedeljkovic (PIT) – 28 tackles, 2 OG, 93.3% success, 60:00 tackles

Czech and Slovak footprint
Without Czech and Slovak participation.

Three stars of the match
1. Sidney Crosby (PIT) 2+1
2. Bryan Rust (PIT) 2+0
3. Alex Nedeljkovic (PIT) 28 saves

PHILADELPHIA FLYERS – NEW YORK ISLANDERS

3:4pp (1:2, 1:1, 1:0 – 0:1)

Overtime for the Islanders

It already looked like the Islanders would win 3-2 after regulation time. But at the end of the match, Philadelphia had a very solid pressure, which they were able to turn into an equalizing goal. Frost scored 9 seconds before the end of the third period and secured at least one point for his team, as Nelson decided after 84 seconds in overtime.

Goals and saves
5. N. Cates, 21. Sanheim, 60. Frost (Drysdale, Konecny) – 13. M. Martin (MacLean, Reilly), 13. Horvat (Barzal, Cizikas), 38. Lee (Romanov), 62. Nelson ( Palmieri).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 32 – 27 | Power play: 0/2 – 0/2 | Penalty minutes: 4 – 4

Who stood in the goal area?
Ivan Fedotov (PHI) – 19 tackles, 2 OG, 90.48% success, 38:09 catches
Samuel Ersson (PHI) – 4 interceptions, 2 OG, 66.67% success, caught 20:00
Semjon Varlamov (NYI) – 29 tackles, 3 OG, 90.91% success, 60:56 catches

Czech and Slovak footprint
Without Czech and Slovak participation.

Three stars of the match
1. Brock Nelson (NYI) 1+0
2. Morgan Frost (PHI) 1+0
3. Mathew Barzal (NYI) 0+1

TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING – DETROIT RED WINGS

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

An extremely important win for the Red Wings

The Red Wings took the lead in the third on Fabbri’s shot, but Tampa was able to quickly tie it up. Just two minutes and forty seconds before the final siren, however, the guests scored again and Tampa could not find an answer. Raymond also scored an empty net after that. Tampa went scoreless for the first time in nine games.

Goals and saves
29. Cirelli (Hagel), 46. Stamkos (Point, Kucherov) – 21. P. Kane (Larkin, DeBrincat), 44. Fabbri (Compher), 58. Perron (Seider, Compher), 59. Raymond.

Statistics
Shots on goal: 36 – 32 | Power play: 1/3 – 0/3 | Penalty minutes: 6 – 6

Who stood in the goal area?
Andrei Vasilevskiy (TBL) – 28 tackles, 3 OG, 90.3% success, caught 58:45
Alex Lyon (DET) – 34 tackles, 2 OG, 94.4% success, 59:45 tackles

Czech and Slovak footprint
Erik Černák (TBL) – 0+0, +1 participation, 0 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 18:15

Three stars of the match
1. David Perron (DET) 1+0
2. Alex Lyon (DET) 28 saves
3. Anthony Cirelli (TBL) 1+0

TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS – FLORIDA PANTHERS

6:4 (2:0, 3:1, 1:3)

Gunfight in Toronto

Toronto’s hockey players overcame Florida’s chase in the third period and can celebrate their third win in a row. The home team led 5:1 after two thirds, but in the end they still had to worry a lot about the win. The Panthers did not give up and with the great contribution of Vladimir Tarasenko, they gradually reduced the difference to a single goal. But the subsequent play without a goalie didn’t work out and Matthews hit an empty net.

Goals and saves
14. N. Robertson (Knies), 15. Matthews (Brodie), 22. Bertuzzi (Matthews, Domi), 29. Kämpf, 35. Knies (Holmberg, N. Robertson), 60. Matthews – 21. Montour (Verhaeghe) , 43. Tarasenko (Mikkola, Luostarinen), 52. Reinhart (Tarasenko, Barkov), 59. Bennett (Tarasenko, M. Tkachuk)

Statistics
Shots on goal: 25 – 31 | Power play: 0/3 – 0/4 | Penalty minutes: 8 – 6

Who stood in the goal area?
Ilya Samsonov (TOR) – 27 tackles, 4 OG, success rate 87.1%, caught 59:42
Sergey Bobrovsky (FLA) – 11 tackles, 5 OG, 68.8% success, 40:00 tackles
Anthony Stolarz (FLA) – 7 tackles, 0 OG, 100% success, intercepted 18:14

Czech and Slovak footprint
David Kämpf (TOR) – 1+0, -1 participation, 3 shots on goal, TM 0, ice time 16:43

Three stars of the match
1. Auston Matthews (TOR) 2+1
2. Matthew Knies (TOR) 1+1
3. Vladimir Tarasenko (FLA) 1+2

ST. LOUIS BLUES – EDMONTON OILERS

3:2pp (0:1, 1:0, 1:1 – 1:0)

Blues beat Oilers in overtime

An important win for the Blues. They snapped Edmonton’s three-game winning streak and moved closer to the playoffs again. They are only three points behind LA in eighth place. Brandon Saad scored the winner in overtime.

Goals and saves
29. B. Schenn (Faulk, Hayes), 42. B. Schenn (Kapanen, Hayes), 63. Saad – 8. Ekholm (C. Brown, Carrick), 55. Draisaitl (McDavid, Ekholm).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 29 – 37 | Power play: 1/4 – 0/2 | Penalty minutes: 11 – 15

Who stood in the goal area?
Jordan Binnington (STL) – 35 tackles, 2 OG, 94.6% success, 62:00 tackles
Stuart Skinner (EDM) 26 tackles, 3 OG, 89.7% success, intercepted 62:09

Czech and Slovak footprint
Without Czech and Slovak participation.

Three stars of the match
1. Brayden Schenn (STL) 2+0
2. Brandon Saad (STL) 1+0
3. Mattias Ekholm (EDM) 1+1

WINNIPEG JETS – LOS ANGELES KINGS

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

Another loss for the Kings

After six consecutive defeats, Winnipeg finally managed to break its game misery. In a wild home game against the Los Angeles Jets, they won 4-3 to close their gap on second place in the Central Division to four points. Los Angeles, on the other hand, after the third defeat in a row, continues to open up possibilities especially for St. Louis, which is pushing for the wild card position and trying to close its deficit.

Goals and saves
12. Perfetti (DeMelo, Connor), 32. Monahan (Morrissey, Connor), 37. Morrissey (Perfetti, Connor), 54. Perfetti (Pionk, Schmidt) – 13. Arvidsson (Moore, Doughty), 26. Fiala (Gavrikov ), 34. Kopitar (Kempe, Gavrikov).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 32 – 28 | Power play: 0/1 – 0/0 | Penalty minutes: 0 – 2

Who stood in the goal area?
Laurent Brossoit (WPG) – 25 saves, 3 OG, 89.3% success, 60:00 tackles
Cam Talbot (LAK) – 28 tackles, 4 OG, 87.5% success, 58:43 catches

Czech and Slovak footprint
Without Czech and Slovak participation.

Three stars of the match
1. Cole Perfetti (WPG) 2+1
2. Kyle Connor (WPG) 0+3
3. Kevin Fiala (LAC) 1+0

SAN JOSE SHARKS – SEATTLE KRAKEN

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

Seattle won at San Jose

The Sharks didn’t start the match well at all, conceding in the thirty-first second. The guests added two more goals in the first half and San Jose could not catch up to this lead until the end of the match.

Goals and saves
15. Zetterlund (Granlund, Eklund), 26. Kostin (M. Vlasic, Zetterlund) – 1. Beniers (Bjorkstrand, Tolvanen), 12. Bjorkstrand (Tolvanen, Beniers), 18. Wright (Eberle, Schwartz), 60. McCann (Schwartz, Dunn).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 26– 32 | Power play: 1/2 – 0/2 | Penalty minutes: 4 – 4

Who stood in the goal area?
Mackenzie Blackwood (SJS) – 28 tackles, 3 OG, 90.3% success, 59-24 catches
Philipp Grubauer (SEA) – 24 tackles, 2 OG, 92.3% success, 60:00 tackles

Czech and Slovak footprint
Filip Zadina (SJS) – 0+0, -1 participation, 2 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 12:41
Jan Rutta (SJS) – 0+0, 0 participation, 2 shots on goal, TM 0, ice time 19:30

Three stars of the match
1. Oliver Bjorkstrand (SEA) 1+1
2. Jordan Eberle (SEA) 0+1
3. Fabian Zetterlund (SJS) 1+1

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