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Seattle celebrates its first home victory, Vegas interrupting a series of defeats

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Seattle was able to take advantage of the excellent support of the fans in its arena on the second attempt and scored its first home victory when it defeated Montreal high 5: 1. After four defeats in a row, Vegas also rejoiced, succeeding on the Colorado ice.

NEW JERSEY DEVILS – CALGARY FLAMES

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

New Jersey slept the first third

Calgary flew at his opponent in the first period and managed to develop a four-goal lead. From the second part, the match leveled off, the Devils had more of the game, but they could only reduce. The Flames are in great shape and are collecting victory after victory.

Goals and recordings
28. Zacha, 52. Mercer (Johnsson, Hamilton), 58. Zacha (Mercer, Hamilton) – 7. Lucic (Gudbranson, Kylington), 11. Mangiapane, 13. Lindholm (Andersson, Gaudreau), 13. Mangiapane (Dubé) , 52. Tkachuk (Monahan, Lindholm).

Statistical window
Shots on goal: 30 – 29 | Power play: 1/4 – 2/3 | Penalty minutes: 10 – 12

Who stood at the goal area?
Nico Daws (NJD) – 4 interventions, 3 OG, success rate 57.1%, caught 12:10
Scott Wedgewood (NJD) – 20 interventions, 2 OG, success rate 90.9%, caught 44:26
Daniel Vladar (CGY) – 27 interventions, 3 OG, success rate 90.0%, caught 59:46

Czechoslovak track in the match
Pavel Zacha (NJD) – 2 + 0, -1 participation, 5 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 20:12
Tomáš Tatar (NJD) – 0 + 0, 0 participation, 0 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 18:29
Daniel Vladar (CGY) – 27 interventions, 3 OG, success rate 90.0%, caught 59:46

Three stars match
1. Andrew Mangiapane (CGY) – 2+0
2. Daniel Vladař (CGY) – 27 interventions
3. Pavel Zacha (NJD) – 2 + 0

PITTSBURGH PENGUINS – TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING

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

Tampa picked up the mood in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh hit for the first time after solid results. Tampa taught her opponent a good lesson and clearly won 5: 1. Andrei Vasilevsky gave a great performance in Lightning.

Goals and recordings
58. Zucker (Guentzel) – 21. Point (Killorn, Sergačjov), 32. Palát (Barre-Boulet, Bellemare), 32. McDonagh (Stamkos, Joseph), 57. Sergačjov, 59. Killorn (Palát, McDonagh).

Statistical window
Shots on goal: 29 – 31 | Power play: 1/4 – 0/2 | Penalty minutes: 11 – 15

Who stood at the goal area?
Tristan Jarry (PIT) – 26 interventions, 3 OG, success rate 89.7%, caught 58:27
Andrei Vasilevsky (TBL) – 28 procedures, 1 OG, success rate 96.6%, caught 60:00

Czechoslovak track in the match
Dominik Simon (PIT) – 0 + 0, 0 participation, 0 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 10:12
Ondřej Palát (TBL) – 1 + 1, +3 participation, 2 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 16:32
Erik Černák (TBL) – 0 + 0, 0 participation, 1 shot on goal, TM 0, time on ice 23:16
Jan Rutta (TBL) – 0 + 0, +1 participation, 1 shot on goal, TM 0, time on ice 16:43
Andrej Šustr (TBL) – 0 + 0, +1 participation, 2 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 6:41

Three stars match
1. Ondrej Palat (TBL) – 1 + 1
2. Andrei Vasilevsky (TBL) – 28 interventions
3. Mikhail Sergachov (TBL) – 1 + 1

COLORADO AVALANCHE – VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS

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

Vegas ended a series of defeats

After four losses in a row, the Vegas hockey players were able to find a recipe for victory. It happened surprisingly on the Avalanche ice, which often crashed on the great catching Lehner.

Goals and recordings
40. Makar (MacKinnon, Byram) – 2. Stephenson (McNabb, Miromanov), 10. Smith, 60. Kolesar (Dadonov, Stephenson).

Statistical window
Shots on goal: 27 – 29 | Power play: 0/2 – 0/3 | Penalty minutes: 24 – 21

Who stood at the goal area?
Darcy Kuemper (COL) – 26 interventions, 2 OG, success rate 92.9%, caught 58:39
Robin Lehner (VGK) – 26 interventions, 1 OG, success rate 96.3%, caught 60:00

Czechoslovak track in the match
Martin Kaut (COL) – 0 + 0, 0 participation, 0 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 7:48

Three stars match
1. Reilly Smith (VGK) – 1+0
2. Chandler Stephenson (VGK) – 1+1
3. Darcy Kuemper (COL) – 26 interventions

NASHVILLE PREDATORS – SAN JOSE SHARKS

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

Nashville found a recipe for Sharks

The home Predators managed to prevail once in each third and that was the basis for victory. The great Saros released only Meier’s shot from behind in the 52nd minute and became the first star of the match.

Goals and recordings
2. Duchene (Josi, Johansen), 33. Forsberg (Josi, Fabbro), 60. Granlund (Carrier) – 52. Meier (Dahlén, Couture).

Statistical window
Shots on goal: 26 – 29 | Power play: 1/1 – 0/3 | Penalty minutes: 6 – 2

Who stood at the goal area?
Juuse Saros (NSH) – 28 interventions, 1 OG, success rate 96.6%, caught 60:00
James Reimer (SJS) – 23 interventions, 2 OG, success rate 92.0%, captured 58:46

Czechoslovak track in the match
Radim Šimek (SJS) – 0 + 0, -1 participation, 2 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 12:52
Tomáš Hertl (SJS) – 0 + 0, +1 participation, 3 shots on goal, TM 0, time on ice 19:36

Three stars match
1. Juuse Saros (NSH) – 28 interventions
2. Roman Josi (NSH) – 0 + 2
3. Timo Meier (SJS) – 1 + 0

VANCOUVER CANUCKS – MINNESOTA WILD

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

Minnesota is celebrating a close victory

The great atmosphere in Vancouver did not bring happiness to the home team. Minnesota developed a lead in the match, which she eventually managed to keep an eye on. In the end, the Canucks tried their best to equalize, but were unsuccessful.

Goals and recordings
31. Chiasson (Pettersson, Hughes), 56. Horvat (Myers) – 8. Zuccarello (Eriksson Ek, Kulikov), 23. Brodin, 44. Dumba (Pitlick, Duhaime).

Statistical window
Shots on goal: 24 – 30 | Power play: 1/3 – 0/2 | Penalty minutes: 4 – 6

Who stood at the goal area?
Thatcher Demko (VAN) – 27 interventions, 3 OG, success rate 90%, caught 58:46
Cam Talbot (MIN) – 22 interventions, 2 OG, success rate 91.7%, caught 60:00

Czechoslovak track in the match
Without Czech and Slovak participation

Three stars match
1. Matt Dumba (MIN) – 1 + 0
2. Bo Horvat (VAN) – 1 + 0
3. Mats Zuccarello (MIN) – 1 + 0

ANAHEIM DUCKS – WINNIPEG JETS

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

Great turnaround of Winnipeg

Anaheim has been hit hard in today’s match. The Ducks led another minute and a half before the end of the duel, but in the end they have no point in the match. Winnipeg turned the result with two late goals and walked for a big victory.

Goals and recordings
26. Milan (Zegras), 42. Manson (Lundeström, Terry), 53. Zegras (Milan) – 23. Svečnikov (Dubois, Connor), 46. Copp (Stastny, Ehlers), 59. Ehlers (Copp), 59. Stastny (Ehlers, Pionk).

Statistical window
Shots on goal: 35 – 25 | Power play: 0/3 – 0/1 | Penalty minutes: 2 – 6

Who stood at the goal area?
John Gibson (ANA) – 21 interventions, 4 OG, success rate 84.0%, caught 59:10
Connor Hellebuyck (WPG) – 32 interventions, 3 OG, success rate 91.4%, caught 59:38

Czechoslovak track in the match
Without Czech and Slovak participation

Three stars match
1. Paul Stastny (WPG) – 1+1
2. Trevor Zegras (ANA) – 1+1
3. Jamie Drysdale (ANA) – 0+0

SEATTLE KRAKEN – MONTREAL CANADIENS

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

The first home win for Seattle

On the second try, it worked for Seattle on home ice. The Kraken played a very good match against Montreal, scored five goals and scored 5: 1. The Canadiens were unable to follow up on the victory over Detroit.

Goals and recordings
2. Eberle (Wennberg, Oleksiak), 16. Tanev (Oleksiak, McCann), 27. Gourde (Schwartz, Lauzon), 29. Tanev (Gourde, Giordano), 46. Donato – 12. Hoffman (Suzuki, Gallagher).

Statistical window
Shots on goal: 26 – 24 | Power play: 0/4 – 0/2 | Penalty minutes: 4 – 8

Who stood at the goal area?
Philipp Grubauer (SEA) – 23 interventions, 1 OG, success rate 95.8%, caught 60:00
Jake Allen (MTL) – 21 interventions, 5 OG, success rate 80.8%, caught 60:00

Czechoslovak track in the match
Without Czech and Slovak participation

Three stars match
1. Brandon Tanev (SEA) – 2 + 0
2. Philipp Grubauer (SEA) – 23 interventions
3. Jamie Oleksiak (SEA) – 0 + 2

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