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Ryan Getslav says goodbye to his fans

Ryan Getslav says goodbye to his fans

Big Sunday in the NHL with 12 teams in action. Here are the results:

1. Ryan Getslav bids farewell to his fans

Yesterday the ducks hosted the St. Louis Blues at the Honda Center. It was the last home match for Ryan Getslav. Despite the Blues’ victory, fans said goodbye with affection to the leading goalscorer in the history of their franchise.

Before the meeting, Jamil was honored. Teemu Selanne even gave her a nice gift.

Then, after the match, Getslav received a warm welcome from his fans and teammates.

What could be better than putting an exclamation point on his evening with the help of his career 737? Everything else was so.

2. Conor McDavid breaks his personal height

The one still far from retirement is Conor McDavid. The Captain Oilers have been completely on fire since the start of the season. McDavid, yesterday, collected two points and brought him to a 118-point plateau this season.

He broke his best, which was 116th.

In a 8-4 loss to the Florida Panthers, Jonathan Huberdeau had only one point. Quebec is thus three points behind McDavid and first in the NHL scoring.

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Both strikers have three games left in the season.

3. Philip Forsberg’s 40th goal

After Matt Duchenne a few days ago, it was Philip Forsberg’s turn to score 40 goals this season.

In the history of the Preds, only these two players have achieved such a feat.

Forsberg became the 13th player in the National Hockey League to score 40 goals in 2021-22.

Nashville lost in overtime to Wilderness. That’s a big point considering that Vegas also lost in overtime.

4. Steven Stamkos’ fourth consecutive triple indicator

We can say that, Steven Stamkos is on fire. The Lightning leader was simply unstoppable for a few matches. In fact, in his last four matches, he collected three or more points per game.

In a wonderful 8-4 victory for his team against rivals Florida, Stamkos scored two goals and assisted two goals.

Thus, he raised his total points to 97 since the beginning of the season.

Nikita Kucherov also had a good match, receiving five points.

a lot of

– Hopefully Ovi is right.

– What a season for him.

Nick Blankburg’s first National Hockey League goal.

– The 300th game for Punk.

– Wonderful.

Franchise Register in Winnipeg.

– Vladimir Tarasenko on his way to progress.

Goal 30 by Sam Reinhardt.

– Kucherov leads the attack.

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(Credit: NHL.com)

Game on the bill tonight: Flyers vs Blackhawks at 8pm.