Ice hockey: Two new points for Kevin Fiala in the NHL


Ice HockeyTwo new points for Kevin Fiala in the NHL

The Saint-Welshman from Los Angeles was involved in the two goals of Los Angeles, victorious in Boston (2-3 tab).

Kevin Fiala once again stood out.

Kevin Fiala once again stood out.


Only one of the eight Swiss in uniform on the night of Thursday to Friday, when twelve games were scheduled in the NHL championship, wrote his name on a score sheet.

At TD Garden in Boston, where Los Angeles won after a series of shots on goal that required fourteen artificers (2-3), Kings left winger Kevin Fiala (26) was credited with two assists.

The Saint-Gallois, who missed his penalty against Swedish goalkeeper Linus Ullmark, maintains an average production of more than one point per game (33 starts, 9 goals, 25 assists).

New Jersey dominates but loses

In its Prudential Center, New Jersey did not materialize its grip on the game against Philadelphia (49-24 in the chapter on shots on target) and lost 1-2. Devils Valais center player Nico Hischier (23), who squabbled with Ontario’s Travis Konecny, tested the talent of Alberta goalkeeper Carter Hart four times while Zurich defender Jonas Siegenthaler (25), his teammate, did it three times.

Nashville suffered a loss in overtime at the Canada Life Center in Winnipeg (2-1). Bernese Predators defender Roman Josi (32) skated for 27’43’, spent two minutes in jail and returned a +1 card. His Grison team-mate Nino Niederreiter (30) sweated for 16’24 » on the right wing and sent two shots to American goalkeeper Connor Hellebuyck.

Last overall in the North American professional league, Chicago suffered a 21e disappointment in 28 outings. The team coached by Luke Richardson gave way to Las Vegas in its United Center (1-4). Bernese Blackhawks striker Philipp Kurashev (23) maintained a neutral differential during the 17’26 » spent on the playing area.

Big playing time for Berni

Tim Berni (22) also tasted grimace soup with Columbus, defeated by Tampa Bay at Amalie Arena (4-1). The Zurich defender got a lot of playing time (21’42 ») and scratched a neutral differential.

Toronto returned empty-handed from Madison Square Garden in New York after its disappointment against the Rangers (3-1). Solothurn forward Denis Malgin (25) only skated 12’39 » with the Maple Leafs in a supporting role.

The results

NHL. Thursday’s matches: Montreal – Anaheim 2-5. Tampa Bay-Columbus 4-1. Washington-Dallas 1-2. Boston – Los Angeles 2-3 tab. New Jersey – Philadelphia 1-2. Florida-Pittsburgh 2-4. Carolina-Seattle 3-2. NY Rangers-Toronto 3-1. Winnipeg – Nashville 2-1 aet. Chicago-Las Vegas 1-4. Colorado-Buffalo 2-4. Edmonton – St.Louis 3-4 tab.

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