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NHL - Hockey: Chris Kreider becomes the fourth Rangers player to score 50 goals

NHL – Hockey: Chris Kreider becomes the fourth Rangers player to score 50 goals

Chris Kreider became the fourth player in Rangers history to score 50 goals in a single season in a 4-2 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday at Madison Square Garden in New York.

Kreider made the breakthrough with less than two minutes left. His goal made the score 3-2. Sebastian Aho scored in the empty net six seconds before the end of the debate.

Rangers opened the scoring with Candre Miller’s seventh goal after just one minute in the second half. Keynes then responded with three unanswered goals scored by Andrei Svechnikov, Seth Jarvis and Jordan Stahl.

Kreider joins Vic Hadfield (50 goals in 78 games in 1971-72), Adam Graves (52 goals in 84 games in 1993-94) and Jaromir J├Ąger (54 goals in 82 games in 2005-2006) as the only Blue Shirts players to reach The famous plateau with 50 goals in one season.

Kreider became the third player this season to score 50 goals after Austin Matthews (58) and Leon Drystel (51).

100 points for Gaudero

This time around, Johnny Goudreau wasn’t going to miss his 100-point team encounter.

The Calgary Flames forward achieved the feat in a 5-3 win over the Seattle Kraken, a game which he finished with two passes.

Goudreau earned his 100th point this season when he assisted past Matthew Tkachuk as the flames came close to one goal from Kraken in a solid third-half play. The mark at the time was 3 to 2 Seattle.

Moments later, Andrew Manjiabani tied the match with 31And The season netted and Noah Hanifin put Alberta in charge after less than 10 minutes.

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Goudreau earned his second match point on Tkachuk’s second goal late in the game. This is the first time in his career that Gaudreau has reached 100 points, having fallen to 99 during the 2018-2019 season.

Doclear scored 30 goals

Anthony Dockler and Jonathan Huberdeau continued their strong streak to lead the Florida Panthers to their eighth straight win with a 3-2 victory over the Anaheim Ducks.

Huberdeau gave his team the win to come back in overtime after John Gibson blocked his first attempt to save a superb 52nd on the night.

Anthony Duclair scored two goals to reach 30 goals this season. Sergey Bobrovsky saved 22 balls in his team’s victory. Surrender to Derek Grant and

Goal 30 by Anthony Duclair

Troy Terry who scored for 33And times since the start of the campaign.

Gibson had 17 shots in the first half, 20 in the second and 12 saves in the third. He conceded defeat with the fifth shot in overtime giving Huberdeau 28And This season’s goal.

Ducks 2 – Panthers 3 (extension)