Vladyslav Gabrikov slammed into 3:21 of overtime as the Columbus Blue Jackets scored a 4-3 home victory over Vancouver on Tuesday as the Canucks blew their multi-goal lead and lost to a record four-game winning streak to open the season. Scored.
In a 2-1 game, Yegor Chinakhov (2 assists) slipped a cross-slot pass to Gabrikov, who blew it away to beat Vancouver goalkeeper Spencer Martin (29 saves), giving the Blue Jackets their fourth consecutive win of the season. I won my first try.
Gabrikov also added an assist, Jonny Gaudreau registered a goal and an assist, Justin Danforth and Zach Werenski also scored for Columbus, making 32 saves from Elvis Melzrikins.
Bo Hobutt scored twice and Elias Petterson added one goal and one assist. That happened again on Tuesday after Vancouver opened with four straight losses for the first time in club history, leading 2-0 after the first period.
Flame 3, Golden Knight 2
Mikael Backlund scored the game winner with 4:29 remaining as Calgary recovered from a two-goal first period deficit to beat visiting Vegas.
Elias Lindholm and Tyler Toffoli also scored goals and Jonathan Huberdeau added two assists for Calgary to start the season improving to 3-0-0 for the first time since their first four wins in the 2009-10 season. did. Jacob Markstrom recorded his 19 saves.
William Career and Brett Howden scored goals in Vegas for the first loss in four games of the season. Thompson finished with 37 saves.
Kings 4, Predators 3 (SO)
Defenseman Matt Roy scored twice in the third period to tie the game, and Gabriel Bilardi scored a goal in regulation, making the only shootout tally as Los Angeles rallied to win in Nashville. rice field.
Losing 3-1 after two periods, Los Angeles had a relentless 15-3 shoot-on-goal advantage in the third period. Roy, who had just four goals in any of his last four seasons, scored two of three in his young campaign to force extra-time onwards.
Cody Glass, Philip Forsberg and Tanner Jeannot all scored for Nashville.
Islanders 5, Sharks 2
Oliver Wahlstrom scored twice and New York lost to San Jose in Elmont, NY.
Anders Lee, Zach Paris and Cal Clutterbuck also scored for the Islanders, who won their second straight after dropping the season opener. Brock Nelson, Noah Dobson and Adam Perek each added two assists. Semyon Varlamov recorded his 26 saves.
Evgeny Svechnikov scored a goal and an assist, and Nico Sturm scored the goal for the Sharks, who lost their first five games of the season. rice field.
Senators 7, Bruins 5
Brady Tkachuk, Tim Stutzl and Drake Batherson each had one goal and two assists as Ottawa won the Boston visit.
The Senators scored three goals in each of the first two periods to overcome a four-goal middle frame by Boston. Artemzb also had a multi-point night with one goal and he one assist. Anton Forsberg recorded his 29 saves as the net minder in Ottawa’s victory.
Boston’s Patrice Bergeron and David Pasternak added a goal and two assists respectively, while Jake DeBlask provided two helpers. Jeremy Swayman made 19 saves in two periods at Boston. Linus Ullmark had five more in the last frame.
Flyers 3, Lightning 2
Noah Cates scored the winning goal off a turnover as he rallied to defeat Tampa Bay, visiting Philadelphia for a third straight win to start the season.
With the game tied at 2 in the third period, Lightning defenseman Erik Cernak turned the puck inside out before the crease. Cates found the puck in his slot, took a quick spin and scored the first goal of the winning marker at 12:44. Philadelphia went on to lose 2–0 in the second period, scoring three straight wins against Scott Lawton and James Huang following goals from his Riems Dyke. Carter Hart stopped 36 of 38 shots.
Tampa Bay’s Stephen Stamkos had a career-best season opener with a three-game scoring streak in the 2010-11 season. – An opening streak in the history of the franchise. Nikita Kucherov scored his eight goals in his first seven games of the 2017-18 season.
Devils 4, Ducks 2
Nico Hisie had a goal and an assist as New Jersey beat Anaheim in Newark, NJ to earn their first win
Ondrej Parratt, Dougie Hamilton and Dawson Mercer also scored, while Mackenzie Blackwood made 18 saves for the Devils. New Jersey’s Jesper Bratt and Jack Hughes each added two assists.
Jakob Silfverberg scored two goals and Anthony Stolarz made 37 saves, dropping the first three games of a five-game road trip. They won their home opener before starting their trek.
Sabers 4, Oilers 2
Eric Comrie made a career-high 46 saves to help Buffalo win over hosts Edmonton.
Rasmus Darling, Tage Thompson, JJ Peterka and Alex Touch scored for the Sabers. Darnell Nurse and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins scored for the Oilers while Stuart Skinner made his 20th save.
Darling put Buffalo first on the board with a power play goal at 4:00 of the first period. After center Casey Mittelstadt won the showdown, Darling took his puck loose to his slot for his third goal of the season and his 1–0 lead. The tally made the 22-year-old his second defenseman in Sabers history to score a goal in all three of his first games for the team.
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