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Max Pacioretty's first goal with the Capitals

Max Pacioretty's first goal with the Capitals

Hockey fans got their money's worth last night, as six games required overtime.

Here are the most notable results:

1. Max Pacioretty's first goal in Washington

Max Pacioretty has had it tough over the past few years. He often gets injured and it's a shame to see that.

Last night, he played his fourth game in a Washington Capitals uniform and scored his first goal.

Pacioretty goal.

That was the Cubs' only goal in a 4-1 loss to the Kraken.

On the winning side, Adam Larsson and Brandon Tanev stood out, collecting two points each.

In front of the cage, Joey Daccord stopped 25 of the 26 balls directed at him.

2. Three goalkeepers were injured

In the Ducks-Hurricanes game, all four goaltenders saw action.

How is that? Because the initiates fell in battle. First, Pyotr Kochetkov was injured after giving up three goals on 13 shots.

His opponent, John Gibson, also left the match.

However, he kept his club in the match.

The Hurricanes eventually won the game by a score of 6-3.

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The Cena were passing through Buffalo and also lost the services of their official bodyguard.

Anton Forsberg was injured during a routine play.

Ottawa loses 5-3.

The team under Jack Martin plays worse than DJ Smith.

However, the bosses don't find it funny.

3. Sidney Crosby beats Mike Bossy

In Pittsburgh, it was a duel between the Penguins and Canucks.

Elias Pettersson was the big hero of the game, contributing to all four of Vancouver's goals.

The visitors won 4-3 in extra time.

The Swede first sent a perfect pass to Brock Boeser.

He then scored the winning goal in extra time. He is the first player in NHL history to score the winning goal in four consecutive road games.

In this match, Sidney Crosby also stood out.

He scored two goals and passed Mike Bossy for the number of goals in NHL history.

His 573rd and 574th career goals.

Note that Bossy has the best goals per game average in history.

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4. Leafs lead 3-1

I don't know what the problem is, but the Leafs are unable to maintain a 3-1 lead.

Whether in the playoffs or in the regular season, Toronto is simply unlucky…

Yesterday, the team led by two goals and then lost the match in overtime.

It was Matthew Barzal who brought Torontonians home. The striker collected four points in this match.

Noah Dobson was involved in all of his team's goals as well.

What a player!

In defeat, Auston Matthews scored again. He added two goals to his tally.

32 and 33 for him this season.

5. The ninth straight win for the Oilers and the eighth for the Jets

The Canadiens and Senators may not have easy seasons, but the Jets and Jets are in good shape.

Yesterday, both Canadian teams continued their winning streak. First, Edmonton extended its series to nine and Winnipeg to eight.

As for the Oilers, they went through two and a half periods without scoring a goal. But in the third period, Connor McDavid woke up his troops.

Darnell Nurse gave his team the victory in overtime.

With a 2-1 win over the Blackhawks, the Jets broke the team record.

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Eighth win in a row and maintains first place in the league.


He returned to the meeting later, but admitted to being shaken.

Thatcher Demko says no.

– legend.

– Sam Reinhart, Last Second.

– A good season for Frank Vatrano.

– That's much better.

– Peterson, Barzal and Dobson lead the attack.


– Two matches are on offer this evening.

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