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Chris Kreider scores a hat-trick that puts him at the top of the National Hockey League

Chris Kreider scores a hat-trick that puts him at the top of the National Hockey League

There were eleven games on the schedule last night in the National Hockey League, and let’s just say the busy night didn’t disappoint in terms of action.

Without further ado, here are the top 5 from yesterday evening.

1. Chris Kreider scores a hat-trick in Rangers’ 7-3 win over the Coyotes

The Rangers showed once again last night that they are one of the strongest teams in the National Hockey League, this time against the poor Arizona Coyotes.

After Coyotes took a 3-1 lead, the Rangers scored six unanswered goals.

Of those six goals, Chris Kreider scored three, taking his tally of goals this season to 29.

It’s already his third triple since 2020-2021 for Cryder.

After just 42 games, Rangers No. 20 has already surpassed their single-season top scorer of 28. Halfway through the season!

Kreider in a winning streak of nearly 57 goals! He currently leads the National Hockey League in scoring with 29 goals tied with Alex Ovechkin.

In the victory, Jacob Trouba scored two goals.

2. The Edmonton Oilers finally win the match

After suffering seven losses in a row, rumors of Dave Tibbett being fired began to grow. Last night’s match against Calgary Flames was shaping up to be the turning point in this case.

Well, the Oilers found a way to beat the flames at the Battle of Alberta.

However, the match got off to a bad start for Tippett and the Oilers. In fact, after one term, the Flames were 2-0 up.

However, the Oilers managed to dominate the match with three unanswered goals. The first two goals were scored by Evan Bouchard, one of whom was unpopular from Tibet, and then Brendan Berlini.

But Flames tied the match before the end of the second half through Noah Hanifin.

Although the Flames dominated in the third half, the Oilers came out victorious thanks to a superb display from Leon Draisaitl who completed the scoring in the empty net later.

3. The New Jersey Devils Disturb the Carolina Hurricanes

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The Hurricanes are among the top teams of the year this season, which explains their record of only ten losses.

However, that didn’t stop the Devils from playing spoiler sport and inflicting their eleventh loss this season on Carolina.

The two teams traded back and forth throughout the game, only in the third period, when Jack Hughes stabbed the Hurricanes 6-4 in a power game.

Then Pavel Zacha put the game out of reach of Hurricanes on the tenth of his campaign.

4. Lightning crushes sharks 7-1

Here comes another one, National Hockey League powerhouse, Tampa Bay Lightning. However, Tampa was not cheated like the Hurricanes by a mediocre rated team.

Here are Tampa’s goals.

With this goal, Stamkos scored his 20th of the season and thus scored his twelfth season of 20 goals or more which equates to the best mark in Lightning history owned by Vincent Locavalier.

5. Wild win in overtime against Blackhawks

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Wild came close to dropping points against a struggling Blackhawk this season, but he’s still far from winning.

The best Wild players scored in this game. In fact, Joel Erickson Eck, Kirill Kaprizov, and Kevin Viala scored all of Wilde’s goals in regulatory time.

In extra time, Marcos Foligno wrapped up the match by scoring his 16th goal of the season.

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– Results of the previous day.

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