Pittsburgh performed a great turnaround in New Jersey! Vegas easily handled the Canucks

Pittsburgh performed a great turnaround in New Jersey! Vegas easily handled the Canucks
Pittsburgh performed a great turnaround in New Jersey! Vegas easily handled the Canucks
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The eight-game night is a thing of the past. The hockey players of Pittsburgh scored a great turn, scoring five goals in the third period and winning on the ice of New Jersey 6:3. Vegas also succeeded with the same result, which did not give Vancouver a chance.

BUFFALO SABERS – WASHINGTON CAPITALS

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

Great performance by Buffalo

The Sabers played a very good game at home and scored an unequivocal 6:2 victory. The star of the match was John Peterka, who scored two goals and assisted on one. The Capitals will want to quickly forget this defeat.

Goals and saves
16. Girgensons (Dahlin, Power), 17. Peterka (Tuch, Benson), 31. Peterka (Tuch), 44. Dahlin (Peterka, T. Thompson), 45. T. Thompson (Quinn, Benson), 46. Tuch (T. Thompson, Dahlin) – 3. Fehérváry (Sgarbossa, Lapierre), 40. D. Strome (Carlson, Ovečkin).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 35 – 25 | Power play: 2/2 – 1/3 | Penalty minutes: 6 – 4

Who stood in the goal area?
Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen (BUF) – 23 tackles, 2 OG, 92.0% success, 60:00 tackles
Charlie Lindgren (WSH) – 25 tackles, 6 OG, 80.6%, 45:33
Darcy Kuemper (WSH) – 4 tackles, 0 OG, 100% success, intercepted 14:19

Czech and Slovak footprint
Lukáš Rousek (BUF) – 0+0, 0 participation, 0 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 13:04
Martin Fehérváry (WSH) – 1+0, 0 participation, 1 shot on goal, TM 0, ice time 20:36

Three stars of the match
1. John Peterka (BUF) – 2+1
2. Alex Tuch (BUF) – 1+2
3. Rasmus Dahlin (BUF) – 1+2

MONTREAL CANADIENS – FLORIDA PANTHERS

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

Panthers poor form continues

The conclusion of the meeting between Montreal and Florida was marked by a number of fights and expulsions, several personal penalties were handed out, and overall there was quite a spark on the ice. But even the inconveniences in the end did not take away the joy of the home team from the victory. Montreal won 5-3 and extends the fumble of Florida, which still cannot get into shape as the end of the regular season approaches.

Goals and saves
11. Armia (Pezzetta, Newhook), 26. Suzuki, 33. Suzuki (Matheson, Newhook), 41. Caufield (Slafkovsky, Guhle), 45. J. Evans – 10. Lundell, 14. Barkov (Tarasenko), 59. Bennett (Kulikov, Lundell).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 39 – 40 | Power play: 1/7 – 0/5 | Penalty minutes: 26 – 40

Who stood in the goal area?
Samuel Montembeault (MTL) – 37 tackles, 3 OG, 92.5% success, 60:00 interceptions
Anthony Stolarz (FLA) – 34 tackles, 5 OG, 87.2% success, 60:00 interceptions

Czech and Slovak footprint
Juraj Slafkovský (MTL) – 0+1, +1 participation, 5 shots on goal, TM 6, time on ice 18:46

Three stars of the match
1. Nick Suzuki (MTL) – 2+0
2. Jake Evans (MTL) – 1+0
3. Juraj Slafkovský (MTL) – 0+1

NEW JERSEY DEVILS – PITTSBURGH PENGUINS

3:6 (1:1, 2:0, 0:5)

Great turnaround by the Penguins

After the second period, New Jersey had everything well played out and led by two goals. But Pittsburgh did not give up, scored five goals in the final twenty minutes and went on to win 6:3. Sidney Crosby and Yevgeny Malkin each scored two goals.

Goals and saves
20. Meier (L. Hughes, Hischier), 30. Lazar (Nosek, Marino), 38. Bratt (Hischier, Marino) – 8. E. Karlsson, 47. Crosby (Malkin, Rust), 48. Malkin (St. Ivany, Bunting), 57. Rakell (M. Pettersson), 57. Malkin (Bunting, Letang), 58. Crosby (Rust).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 26 – 21 | Power play: 1/4 – 1/3 | Penalty minutes: 6 – 8

Who stood in the goal area?
Jake Allen (NJD) – 15 tackles, 5 OG, 75.0% completion, 59:15 interceptions
Alex Nedeljkovic (PIT) – 23 tackles, 3 OG, 88.5% success, 60:00 tackles

Czech and Slovak footprint
Šimon Nemec (NJD) – 0+0, 0 participation, 0 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 18:15
Ondřej Palát (NJD) – 0+0, 0 participation, 1 shot on goal, TM 0, time on ice 17:35
Tomáš Nosek (NJD) – 0+1, 0 participation, 2 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 17:07

Three stars of the match
1. Yevgeny Malkin (PIT) – 2+1
2. Rickard Rakell (PIT) – 1+0
3. Nico Hischier (NDJ) – 0+2

NEW YORK ISLANDERS – CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS

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

The Islanders scored important points

The Islanders worked really hard to get two points. The Blackhawks were able to take the lead in the opening period, which they held until the beginning of the third period. In that one, however, the home team overcame Petr Mrázek twice and achieved a narrow 2:1 win.

Goals and saves
42. Horvat (Barzal, Cizikas), 50. Holmström – 8. Dickinson (Bedard, Kurashev).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 29 – 19 | Power play: 1/3 – 0/2 | Penalty minutes: 7-9

Who stood in the goal area?
Ilya Sorokin (NYI) – 18 tackles, 1 OG, 94.74% success, 59:47 catches
Petr Mrázek (CHI) – 27 interceptions, 2 OG, success rate 93.1%, caught 57:56

Czech and Slovak footprint
Petr Mrázek (CHI) – 27 interceptions, 2 OG, success rate 93.1%, caught 57:56

Three stars of the match
1. Bo Horvat (NYI) – 1+0
2. Ilya Sorokin (NYI) – 18 saves
3. Simon Holmström (NYI) – 1+0

MINNESOTA WILD – OTTAWA SENATORS

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

A successful duel for the Wild

Ottawa was reaching for a turnaround in this game as they managed to erase a two-goal deficit. At the end of the match, however, Lettieri decided Minnesota’s win.

Goals and saves
13. M. Shaw (Bogosian, Lucchini), 21. Boldy (Kaprizov, Bogosian), 54. Lettieri – 28. Batherson (B. Tkachuk, Chychrun), 43. Chychrun (Batherson, Stützle).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 20 – 32 | Power play: 0/4 – 2/3 | Penalty minutes: 8-10

Who stood in the goal area?
Marc-Andre Fleury (MIN) – 30 tackles, 2 OG, 93.7% success, 59:47 catches
Joonas Korpisalo (OTT) – 17 tackles, 3 OG, 85.0% success, intercepted 58:05

Czech and Slovak footprint
Dominik Kubalík (OTT) – 0+0, 0 participation, 2 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 11:34

Three stars of the match
1. Zach Bogosian (MIN) – 0+2
2. Marc-Andre Fleury (MIN) – 30 saves
3. Jakob Chychrun (OTT) – 1+1

NASHVILLE PREDATORS – BOSTON BRUINS

0:3 (0:0, 0:0, 0:3)

Boston grabbed a balanced duel

The first goal in this match was not expected until the 54th minute. In it, Charlie Coyle sent the Bruins into the lead, who eventually became the author of the winning shot. Subsequently, Pavel Zacha and David Pastrňák made their mark for Boston.

Goals and saves
54. Coyle (Marchand, Ullmark), 58. Zacha (Heinen, Pastrňák), 59. Pastrňák (Zacha, Heinen).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 31 – 32 | Power play: 0/4 – 0/2 | Penalty minutes: 4 – 8

Who stood in the goal area?
Juuse Saros (NSH) – 29 tackles, 2 OG, 93.5% success, 58:51 catches
Linus Ullmark (BOS) – 31 tackles, 0 OG, 100.0% success, 60:00 tackles

Czech and Slovak footprint
David Pastrňák (BOS) – 1+1, +2 participation, 7 shots on goal, TM 2, time on ice 19:18
Pavel Zacha (BOS) – 1+1, +2 participation, 2 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 15:57

Three stars of the match
1. Linus Ullmark (BOS) – 31 saves
2. David Pastrňák (BOS) – 1+1
3. Juuse Saros (NSH) – 29 saves

CALGARY FLAMES – ANAHEIM DUCKS

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

Calgary failed

Today’s 3-5 defeat against Anaheim basically extinguished all hopes of Calgary that it could fight for a miracle. Sure, mathematically there’s still a science fiction theory that they could finish eighth in the Western Conference, but that’s really just a crazy theory. By the end of the regular season, they will play only eight games and lose 14 points to Los Angeles in the second wild card position.

Goals and saves
23. Šarangović (Kadri, Weegar), 31. Kuzmenko (Kadri, Pospíšil), 50. Kuzmenko (Pospíšil, Weegar) – 15. McTavish (Zellweger, Leason), 34. Terry (Carlsson, Zellweger), 42. Fowler (Zegras , Zellweger), 46. Killorn (Terry), 54. Killorn (LaCombe, Terry).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 24 – 29 | Power play: 1/2 – 1/1 | Penalty minutes: 2 – 4

Who stood in the goal area?
Jacob Markström (CGY) – 24 tackles, 5 OG, 82.8% success, 60:00 tackles
Lukáš Dostál (ANA) – 21 tackles, 3 OG, success rate 87.5%, caught 60:00

Czech and Slovak footprint
Martin Pospíšil (CGY) – 0+2, 0 participation, 1 shot on goal, TM 0, time on ice 15:16
Lukáš Dostál (ANA) – 24 tackles, 3 OG, success rate 87.5%, caught 60:00

Three stars of the match
1. Olen Zellweger (ANA) – 0+3
2. Alex Killorn (ANA) – 2+0
3. Andrej Kuzmenko (CGY) – 2+0

VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS – VANCOUVER CANUCKS

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

A valuable win for the Golden Knights

Vegas entered the game in an absolutely exemplary manner and led by three goals after the first period. The Golden Knights then guarded their lead and went on to win 6:3.

Goals and saves
2. Mantha, 7. Marchessault (Barbašev, McNabb), 10. Eichel (Marchessault, Barbašev), 15. Hanifin (Eichel, Marchessault), 22. W. Karlsson (Pietrangelo, Mantha), 43. Howden (Kolesar, N. Roy) – 10. Höglander, 27. Q. Hughes (Garland, J. Miller), 42. Q. Hughes (Podkolzin).

Statistics
Shots on goal: 30 – 30 | Power play: 2/4 – 1/3 | Penalty minutes: 8 – 21

Who stood in the goal area?
Logan Thompson (VGK) – 27 tackles, 3 OG, 90.0% success, 60:00 tackles
Casey DeSmith (VAN) – 24 tackles, 6 OG, 80.0% success, 60:00 interceptions

Czech and Slovak footprint
Filip Hronek (VAN) – 0+0, 0 participation, 3 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 25:31

Three stars of the match
1. Jonathan Marchessault (VGK) – 1+2
2. Noah Hanifin (VGK) – 1+0
3. Jack Eichel (VGK) – 1+1

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