Balcer’s Sharks in San Jose beat Ottawa’s Senators 6: 3 (1: 1, 2: 2, 3: 0) on their pitch, while Bluger’s Penguins at Pittsburgh were 4: 1 (0: 0, 3: 0, 1: 1) caused a loss to the Vancouver Canucks.
Blugers had 16 minutes and five seconds on the pitch in Wednesday’s game, playing 49 seconds in the minority and 45 seconds in the majority. The attacker took one shot at the opponent’s goal, made one force shot, intercepted the puck twice, blocked one shot and won in one of six throws.
The Latvian striker assisted his partners Zak Aston-Rice and Brock McGain in the third to fourth goal of the Penguins. Evans Rodriguez and Brian Rast were also on the way to the opponent’s goal, while Bo Horwats was accurate in the Canucks.
Balcers, on the other hand, had 16 minutes and four seconds on the pitch, of which a minute and 18 seconds were in the minority. The Latvian striker made two shots on the opponents’ goal, blocked three guest broadcasts on the goal and lost in the only throw.
In the 52nd minute of the match, Balcers successfully assisted the winning goal scorer Timo Maijer.
Matthew Netto, Thomas Hertz, Nick Bonino, Logan Coutur and Jacob Middleton stood out in the Sharks. The last two discs were thrown into the already empty “Senators” goal.
As part of the “Senators”, Brady Tkachak, Josh Noris and Konor Brown surrendered accurately.
In the NHL Western Conference standings, Sharks is ninth in 19 games with 21 points, while the Pittsburgh team has 22 points and eighth place in the Eastern Conference.
Meanwhile, Zemgus Girgenson earned a big penalty and rejection until the end of the match in the NHL regular championship match on Wednesday, but the Buffalo “Sabers” team he represented with 1: 5 (1: 4, 0: 0, 0: 1) recognized the superiority of the Boston “Bruins”. .
In the middle of the third period, Girgenson pushed Bruins striker Charlie Macawam to the edge, for which he received a 5 + 10 minute rejection until the end of the match.
Before leaving the field, the Latvian striker on the ice was 12 minutes and four seconds, from 40 seconds in the minority, but 52 seconds in the majority. Girgenson scored twice, used two forces, blocked one opponent’s throw, made one mistake, won two of the five throws and finished the match with a neutral efficiency.
Kail Okposo scored the only goal in the Sabers match, but Mike Riley, Charlie Koil, Patrick Bergeron, Taylor Hol and David Pastrnaks scored in the winning races.
Girgenson has stood out in 19 matches this season with four goals and five assists.
This was the fourth loss in a row for the Sabers and the team with 19 points in 19 matches is ranked 13th in the Eastern Conference standings, while the Bruins are in tenth position with 20 points in 16 games.