A series of successful results has brought the Philadelphia hockey players to the fourth position of the Eastern Conference Table. Recently, Flyers demonstrated their great form and self-confidence in the home environment against Edmonton , which in the final act failed to keep a two-shot blockbuster 3: 5.
The team of Jakub Voráček (19:39, +3, 5 shots, 1 + 3), who had a big turn in the 47th minute, started a big 6: 5 with a total of four points rising to the seventh of the NHL’s productivity, has already won the seventh consecutive win.
5: 5 with the help of Vorak and the healed Radko Gudas (18:45, +3, 3, 0 + 1) skipped the previous three starts, equalizing 53th minute captain Claude Giroux.The 58:31 Michael Raffl took the lead. Speaking at the key event was a great play again.
The game had a spirited touch for guest Captain Connor McDavid. A 19-year-old super-talent who has secured leadership in NHL productivity with two more points (38 minutes away from Pittsburgh’s second Sidney Crosby), has entered the Philadelphia ice for the first time since last season, when he suffered serious injuries after a collision with Defender Manning He lost 37 games and therefore a chance to fight for the Calder Trophy.
Colorado bore down on Boston’s Ice with an unflattering balance of six defeats behind him.The home team then played the role of a clear favorite after a 2: 4 result but they were leaving a lot of disappointment.
The only jerk in the Bruins jersey that he was able to push on Thursday was unstoppable cannonist David Pastrňák (16:26, 4 shots, 2 + 0). The 20-year-old comet from Havířov has scored for the fifth time in a row and with an eighteen-point goal it has already reached a leading position in the squad with Pittsburgh captain Sidney Crosby (two games played less). In the second place, Patrik Laine from Winnipeg has 17 goals. Both Thursday’s goals to reduce Boston’s continuous loss from 0: 3 to 2: 3, Pastrnak scored in the second third in only 80 seconds. At 33 minutes after returning from the penalty bench, he made a separate escape and at 34.minute to change, he was firing hard from the space between the circles.
Even before the second exit to the cabin, he secured Avalanche Carl Soderberg and in the final twenty minutes he did not change anything in 2: 4. In the 44 years oldest active player in the current NHL, Jaromír Jágr (18:51), was played by the home team David Krejčí (18:10, -3, 1 shot), who was on the ice for three goals. , +/-: 0, 2 shots, 1 + 0) was the only successful shooter Florida on Thursday 1: 4 with Pittsburgh . The guests made a significant step forward in the opening period when Sidney Crosby, Conor Sheary and Tom Kühnhackl stepped in on the 4th, 5th and 8th minutes.
The goal missile of the Czech “68” came in power play at 27.minute after ending in the exposed part of the Matt Murray gate after a great pass by Aleksander Barkov. The Finnish center pulled the puck into the attack zone along the right mantinelu and released his teammate to a better position.
Jagr (1,822 points overall) again narrowed the distance from the second position of the NHL’s historical score, currently requiring only five more minutes for Mark Messier (1,887 points). another Panthers offensive who had fallen for the third time in a row and fifth in the previous six starts, and in the third third Penguins have secured their triumphal goals Matt Cullen and Carl Hagelin.The home beat Jakub Kindl (13:34, -3, 1 shot) was on the ice for three goals scored.
Andrej Nestrašil (11:42, +/-: 0, 1 shot, 0 + 1) of Carolina . On Wednesday, he had one assist in a 5: 6 loss after the raids in Anaheim and a day later with the same balance he contributed to a change to a 3-1 win over Los Angeles .
Hockey players Dallas on home ice played Nashville 5: 2. After four goals scored in the 26th minute, the host Pekka Rinne was in the lead in the semifinals, putting into action the Czech substitute Mark Mazanka. He had only one time in the remaining 19 of the missiles.Radek Faksa (15:42, +2, 2 bullets, 0 + 1) took part in the Rinne expulsion with one assault.