Hockey – NHL – Pierre-Edouard Bellemare and Antoine Roussel victorious in NHL


Pierre-Edouard Bellemare and the Tampa Bay Lightning beat Minnesota (5-4 after tab) and Antoine Roussel’s Arizona Coyotes won in Los Angeles (2-1 after) on Sunday night. The hard. The two Frenchmen competing in the NHL on Sunday, Pierre-Edouard Bellemare and Antoine Roussel, both won after extra time at the end of a very tight game in which each will have spent more than 3’30 on the ice outnumbered. Bellemare and the Tampa Bay Lightning had to go through the penalty shootout (where captain Steven Stamkos was the only one to score) to dominate Minnesota (5-4), one of the strongest teams of this start season, and move forward after their loss against New Jersey (3-5). The Frenchman played 13’10 for a shot on target, a check, an interception and 50% face-offs won. The Florida team, two-time defending champion, is still third in the very tough Atlantic Division, behind Florida and Toronto. But she will have to live for a while without her star Brayden Point. The top scorer in the play-offs the last two seasons, apparently affected by a shoulder against New Jersey, is indefinitely unavailable. Arizona, three wins in four games It’s better for the Coyotes de Roussel, still last in the League but who chained in Los Angeles (2-1 ap) a second victory in a row, the third in four games. Czech goalkeeper Karel Vejmelka made 37 saves and Kyle Capobianco scored the winning goal in overtime. In 13’29 of play, Roussel blocked a shot and suffered a temporary exclusion. In the other matches of the evening, three goalkeepers signed shutouts (matches without a conceding goal): Marc-André Fleury (40 saves) for Chicago in Vancouver (1-0), Joseph Woll (20 saves) with Toronto who pushed in the New York Islanders (3-0, doubled from Mitch Marner) and Dan Vladar (27 saves) for Calgary against Boston (4-0). read also Ice hockey news

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