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Alex Ovechkin scores his 28th career hat trick

Alex Ovechkin scores his 28th career hat trick

After a day off in the National Hockey League on Thursday because of Thanksgiving American, 13 matches were played yesterday.

Below is an overview of the events that caught the eye.

1. Alexander Ovechkin scored three goals in the Capitals’ 4-3 victory over the Panthers

After beating the Montreal Canadiens with ease on Wednesday, Ovechkin and the Florida Capitals faced the Panthers in Florida last night.

The Hats won 4-3 with the help of Aleksandr Ovechkin’s hat-trick number 28.

When Uvi scored his third goal, his three-year-old son Sergei threw a hat on the ice. Really so cute as a moment.

Tom Wilson scored the other goal for the capitals.

In the loss, the Panthers’ top scorers were Jonathan Huberdeau, Sam Reinhart, and Carter Verhagé.

2. Gisbury Kotkanyemi scored his fourth goal of the season in Canes’ victory over the Flyers

The Carolina Hurricanes visited the Philadelphia Flyers yesterday, winning 6-3.

Jesperi Kotkaniemi scored the winning goal in his fourth game of the season after a superb exchange of passes.

Meanwhile, Sebastian Aho scored a brace, while Tony DiAngelo scored assists.

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In the loss, Joel Farabi scored a superb goal for the Flyers.

The Hurricanes are now at the top of the NHL with a 15-3-1 record and 31 points.

3. Minnesota Wild takes Winnipeg Jets with 7-1 . win

Since last season, the Wild has finally become an exciting team, which it hasn’t been for very long. Once again last night, Wild put in an excellent display for their fans by scoring no fewer than seven goals against the Winnipeg Jets, who have suffered a lot lately.

Here are some of the seven goals Wilde scored last night.

Note that John Merrill scored his second goal of the season in Al Nasr.

The Wild is now 13-6-1 and sits atop the Central Division with 27 points.

4. The Anaheim Ducks beat the Senator 4-0, while Matt Murray was eliminated

Ducks are one of the sweet surprises this season. No one has seen them in great shape this year, but now they have a solid start to the season, thanks in part to the emergence of Troy Terry.

Unfortunately, Terry’s 16-game score streak was interrupted shortly before. However, his streak of games with at least one point in the house is still active. Indeed, Terry scored a goal yesterday in the Ducks win over the Senators. This was his thirteenth in the season.

Another positive point for Ducks, after having had a very slow start to the season, Trevor Zegras appears to have found rhythm in production, while adding two new passes last night to his record.

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5. Another loss for the Vancouver Canucks

The Canucks lost 4-2 to the Columbus Blue Jackets despite taking 41 shots on target. It’s the eighth loss in the Canucks’ last 10 games.

In the Blue Jackets win, Gustav Nyquist, Adam Bokvist, Jack Roslovic and Max Domie scored (in an empty net).

additional

Artemi Banarin throws his glove at Brad Marchand.

Marchand allegedly insulted Panarin about his nationality and relationship to Russia. Really a mistake on Marchand’s part.

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– Here are all the results of the previous day.

– Here are the top scorers from the previous day.

(Credit: NHL.com)

– On screen tonight.