The Canadian met the Flames less than 24 hours after losing 4-2 at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary. This was the eighth game between the two clubs. They were placed below the Hubbles in the standings.
Last Friday, the hosts won the first game of a three-game series, followed by Montreal (49 points), followed by six points, and in the fourth game of the North Division, He shook a game.
On Friday night, after Tyler Toffoli’s 23rd goal and Joel Armia’s sharp shot, CH took the lead with a 2-1 lead, but Andrew Manja Pane (Andrew Mangiapane) closed the gap before the end of the first twenty games.
The Bread Eater drew the Fire’s only powerful play, which was a questionable punishment for Shea Weber’s trip to Elias Lindholm.
Unlike Canadian opponents, Dominique Ducharme’s men failed to take advantage of the only five-man offensive advantage in the game.
The author of the winning goal, Sean Monahan, scored the first three-pointer of the season, a feat that has never been achieved since the Nashville Predators on October 31, 2019.
When the sixth overall pick in 2013 scored the total points, the torch was 8-1-0-0. His fifth goal in the game was Alberta’s highest record.
Lindholm broke through a hollow net and extended his winning streak to seven games with at least one point (five goals and four assists), including his third consecutive goal.
Jake Allen (8-9-4) lost 27 goals the day before, and he can give up his net to Cayden Primeau, who will become this season’s The first opening.
Since his debut in the 2019-20 season, Northeastern University’s products have a record of 1-1-0 in the NHL and a save rate of .931.
Jacob Markstrom shot him with only 20 shots and improved his record to 5-1-0 in the game against the Canadians this season, including the lockout. The Swedes stopped 139 out of 146 shots in the Brue-Blanc Rouge attack, with an efficiency of .952 SV%.