Ryan Reaves destroys Filip Hronek and throws the gloves against Ben Chiarot

Here are the results of the three games featured in the NHL last night:

1. Eventful evening for Ryan Reaves

Ryan Reaves was never the guy who was going to score 30 goals a season, but he brings a much more robust look to his team and sometimes that can give his team some energy.

Yesterday, the Wild hosted the Red Wings and the big forward had a mission to kill everyone.

First, there was a big check against Filip Hronek. Is it legal? The debates are open.

Afterwards, Reaves made another check. This time, Ben Chiarot didn’t like it and threw the gloves at him.

Minnesota eventually won it 4-1. Let’s say that without Reaves, who did not collect a point, the result could have been very different.

After the match, the colossus said that an opposing player can’t skate like Hronek did if he doesn’t want to get tackled.

2. Fourth straight loss for the Flames

The Calgary Flames have lost their last four games. It’s not going well there so they’re one point out of the playoff picture.

Yesterday, for a second game in a row, Darryl Sutter’s squad lost in a shootout.

It’s also the third straight game that Calgary has lost in overtime. We can’t blame him for collecting points and being in the game, but he has to go get the extra point from time to time.

Hit by Nick Suzuki’s shot on Monday, Chris Tanev did not participate in the match.

3. 10th goal for Shane Pinto

As you know, the Canadiens lost yesterday in Ottawa.

It was Shane Pinto who scored the first goal with a good low shot. It was also his 10th goal of the season. He is the second rookie on the circuit to reach this plateau.

In the absence of important players like Tim Stutzle for example, Pinto, in particular, got up.

And this year, he is one of the good players of the Sens. He may even be a candidate for the Calder Trophy at the end of the year.

Only five players in Sens history have taken less time to reach 10 goals in their rookie season. The captain, Brady Tkachuk, is part of the lot.


– 10th game in a row at home with a point for Kirill Kaprizov.

– Good effort.

– Alex DeBrincat is leading the charge.

(Credit: NHL.com)

– Several matches on the bill tonight.

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