Seattle’s Kraken beat Montreal’s Canadiens 5: 1 (2: 1, 2: 0, 1: 0). For the Montreal team, it was the sixth loss in seven games.
Kraken had previously suffered four losses in a row, including their first home game on Saturday with a 4: 2 concession to the Vancouver Canucks.
Brandon Tanev scored two goals for “Kraken”, Janni Gurde once beat the opponent’s goalkeeper once and scored once, but Jordan Eberle and Ryan Donato scored one goal each.
Mike Hoffman scored the only goal for the Canadiens in the middle of the first period.
Andrew Mengaipe helped to forge the fourth consecutive victory of the Calgary “Flames” with two goals. The Flames beat the New Jersey Devils 5: 3 (4: 0, 0: 1, 1: 2).
Milan Lucic, Elias Lindholm and Matthew Tachuch added one goal for the Flames, while Pavel Zaha scored two goals for the Devils, but Doson Mercer was accurate once.
The Minnesota Wild won the Vancouver Canucks 3: 2 (1: 0, 1: 1, 1: 1).
In the middle of the third period, Matt Damba scored his first goal in the new season. Before that, Mets Zucarello and Juno Brudin were successful in the “Wild” ranks.
After a 595-day break, the Rogers Arena in Vancouver was full of spectators, but with Alex Chiason’s goal in the majority and Bo Howard’s goal in the middle of the third period was too little to win.
In 19 seconds, Nikolai Eller scored two goals in the third period, helping the Winnipeg Jets to win the Anaheim Ducks 4: 3 (0: 0, 1: 1, 3: 2) – Winnipeg Jets.
Eler also made a pass to Andrew Kop, who scored one goal and made two assists. Yevgeny Svechnikov also scored another goal for “Jets”.
Both Trevors Ziegras and Sony Milano stood out in the Anaheim team with one goal and one pass. Josh Menson also scored one goal.
For the seventh time in the Vegas Golden Knights, Reilly Smith scored a minority goal, helping the team win the Colorado Avalanche 3: 1 (2: 0, 0: 1, 1: 0).
Chendler Stevenson also scored a goal in the Golden Knights, but the victory was confirmed by Eugene Dadonov 29.9 seconds before the end of the game, sending the puck into the empty opponent’s goal.
The Vegas team has been injured by several leaders, but the team’s only goal was scored by Keil Macar.
It has already been reported that in the NHL games on Tuesday both the Latvian striker Rūdolfs Balcers in San Jose “Sharks” and Teodors Blugers in Pittsburgh “Penguins” lost.
“Sharks” gave up Nashville’s “Predators” with a result of 1: 3 (0: 1, 0: 1, 1: 1), experiencing the second loss in a row. The Pittsburgh Penguins lost to Tampa Bay’s Lightning with a score of 1: 5 (0: 0, 0: 3, 1: 2) for the first time in the new NHL season.