Overview of the matches of October 26

The Tampa Bay Lightning exploded with three unanswered goals, including two in ten seconds, in the second period, to defeat the Pittsburgh Penguins 5-1 at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh.

After a first aimless engagement, Brayden Point allowed Tampa Bay (3-3-1) to open the scoring with their third goal of the campaign just 31 seconds into the start of the second period.

Ondrej Palat and the defender Ryan mcdonagh, with his first of the season, then in turn foiled Tristan Jarry in just ten seconds to quickly bring the score to 3-0.

Alex Barré-Boulet participated in Palat’s goal to collect his first point since returning with the Lightning. He started the season with the Seattle Kraken before being waived.

Video: Killorn and Palat win against the Penguins

Mikhail Sergachev went 4-0 with 3:05 to go.

Jason zucker finally deprived Andrei Vasilevskiy his first shutout of the campaign at 5:43 PM on a power play.

Alex killorn came to close the books in an empty net with his fourth of the year. In addition to their goal, Killorn, Palat, McDonagh and Sergachev also amassed an assist.

Tampa Bay ended a three-game losing streak (0-2-1). The Lightning had two power play advantages, but failed to find the back of the net.

Jon Cooper’s men haven’t scored in their last 13 power games.

Vasilevskiy ended the game with 28 saves while his opponent Tristan Jarry faced 29 shots in front of the Penguins (3-1-2), who saw their streak of five games with at least one point come to an end. They suffered a first loss in regular time this season.

Flames 5, Devils 3

The Calgary Flames scored four goals in an interval of 6:21 from the opening engagement en route to a 5-3 victory over the New Jersey Devils at the Prudential Center.

Andrew Mangiapane, with two, Milan Lucic, with his first this year, and Elias Lindholm, his seventh, sounded the charge during this period when the Flames (4-1-1) fired ten shots on goal.

The Devils (3-2-0) finally gave life at 7:01 of the second when Pavel Zacha scored his third goal of the campaign.

Matthew Tkachuk scored the winners’ fifth goal at 11:18 of the last twenty before seeing Dawson mercer sign his second goal of the season, 33 seconds later.

Lindholm collected an assist on Tkachuk’s goal.

Video: A good start propels the Flames to victory

Zacha finally took advantage of a five-man attack to hit the mark for the second time in the game at 4:59 pm.

Dan Vladar turned away 27 shots in front of the winners’ net to earn his second win of the year.

Nico daws gave way three times out of just seven shots before giving way to Scott Wedgewood at 12:10 after Lindholm’s goal which brought the score to 3-0. Wedgewood then conceded two goals on 22 shots.

The Devils’ woes against the Flames therefore continued. Calgary, which deserved a fourth straight win, is 13-2-0 in its last 15 games against the Devils. New Jersey’s last victory over Calgary dates back to January 13, 2017.

Golden Knights 3, Avalanche 1

Robin lehner blocked 26 of 27 shots he received and the Vegas Golden Knights took the opportunity to snatch a 3-1 win over the Colorado Avalanche at Ball Arena.

Vegas (2-4-0) quickly opened the scoring when Chandler Stephenson hit the mark at 2:00 of the first engagement with his third of the season. The recruit Daniil Miromanov contributed to Stephenson’s third goal of the year for his first point in the NHL.

Reilly smith then doubled his lead by scoring on a shorthanded at 9:37. It was the first goal on the calendar for Smith.

The Avalanche (2-4-0) closed the gap to a single goal at 19:23 of the second period thanks to the defender’s first goal of the year Makar wedge.

Keegan Kolesar finally closed the score with 30 seconds left to meet on passes from Stephenson and Evgenii Dadonov. Vegas ended an ugly four-game losing streak.

Video: Lehner and the Golden Knights resist in Colorado

Darcy kuemper made 26 stops on the Avalanche side.

Injured upper body last Saturday in the game against Tampa Bay, the defenseman Samuel Girard was absent in the Colorado camp.

It was the first game between the two teams since Colorado was eliminated in six games in the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs last season.

Sharks 1, Predators 3

The captain Roman Josi was involved in two of his three goals and the Nashville Predators defeated the San Jose Sharks 3-1 at Bridgestone Arena.

The Predators (3-4-0) started the game strong, taking the lead at just 1:20 when Matt Duchene took advantage of a man advantage to sign his second goal of the season.

Nashville then doubled their lead at 12:31 of the second period with a third goal from Filip Forsberg.

Timo meier finally put the Sharks (4-2-0) on the board by foiling Juuse saros at 11:54 from the last engagement. It was Meier’s fourth goal of the season.

Mikael granlund came to seal the outcome of the meeting with his goal in a deserted cage with 53 seconds to go.

Video: Josi and the Predators get the better of the Sharks

Saros blocked 28 pucks in front of the winners’ goal while the veteran James reimer faced 26 shots in net for San Jose, who suffered a second straight loss.

The Sharks were completing a long five-game trip.

Laisser un commentaire