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Goal and goalkeeper fight in the MLS

Last night in the hockey world, several things caught our attention.

In fact, one evening when the Montreal Canadiens lost to the Anaheim Ducks, we got a lot of excitement, but not just in the NHL.

Here are the highlights of the evening.

1. Goalkeeper Pyotr Kochetkov scores an empty goal

A goaltender’s goal is a rare occurrence in hockey, regardless of league.

In fact, it doesn’t happen very often, which explains why it is an event that grabs all the headlines of the hockey world as soon as it happens.

Well, last night in the MLS, Pyotr Kochetkov scored a goal and didn’t hesitate to celebrate in style.

Even the players of the other team really did not like the celebration of the Russian goalkeeper, thus explaining the next fight.

He has a character, this is Pyotr Kochetkov.

In short, the 23-year-old Russian goalkeeper had an eventful evening while he is currently locked out in the MLS due to two veteran goalkeepers with the Carolina Hurricanes, Fredrik Andersen and Antti Ranta.

Kochetkov should definitely be in the NHL considering his great all around stats.


It remains to be seen if the Hurricanes will make room for him, or if he will be traded.

2. Fighting American League Goalie

Major League Goalkeepers stole the show last night in the hockey world.

It’s not every day that the MLS takes two spots out of the top 5.

Indeed, last night, while Kochetkov scored a goal, two AHL goalkeepers threw down their gloves to fight.

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It was Remy Poirier of the Texas Stars and Yaroslav Askarov of the Milwaukee Admirals who battled it out.

A great goalkeeper fight won by Poirier.

Askarov, 20, and Poirier, 21, are two promising goaltenders who currently have stellar stats in the MLS.

Will the Montreal Canadiens try to get one with a trade?

We’ll see.

3. Four points tonight for Ryan Nugent Hopkins

If there’s one player who has completely exceeded expectations this season in terms of offensive production, it’s Ryan Nugent-Hopkins.

In fact, the Edmonton Oilers forward is having an impressive season at the moment, and is running personal bests in all categories.

Prior to this season, Nugent Hopkins’ best points were 69 points (28 goals and 41 assists) in 82 games.

Well, this year, after just 63 games, NHR has already hit 30 goals and 77 points.

It’s a tally of points that has earned him the eighth-highest scorer in the entire NHL.

RNH also scored four points last night including two goals that allowed him to reach the 30-goal plateau for the first time in his career.

4. Jared McCann becomes the first top 30 scorer in Kraken history

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It’s only the Seattle Kraken’s second season in the NHL, and they’re already establishing themselves as a solid NHL team this season.

After missing the playoffs in their inaugural season, the Kraken are on their way to making the playoffs for the first time in club history.

As a new club, it is only natural that we see a lot of firsts in history.

In fact, last night, we were treated to the 30th goal of the season from Jared McCann, who thus became the first 30-goal scorer in Kraken history.

It’s a remarkable achievement for Kraken, as well as for McCann, who was in his first 30-goal season in the NHL.

5. Shayne Gostisbehere scored his first goal for the Hurricanes against his former team

After the trading deadline, we’re still eligible to meet many players’ first goals with their new team.

But it is very rare to see a player score his first goal with his new team in his first match against his old team.

Well, that’s exactly what Shayne Gostisbehere did last night when he scored his first goal in his debut game for the Carolina Hurricanes against the Arizona Coyotes.

What a shot from Gostisbehere, who will be a great addition to the Canes squad for the rest of the season as well as the playoffs.

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– Honorable Mention to Leon Draistel, who scored a goal after substituting the net for the opposing team himself.

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(Credit: Google/NHL)
(Credit: Google/NHL)