The Washington Capitals provided Bruins with a real hockey lesson in Boston on Sunday, causing them to suffer an 8-1 loss.
It was TJ Oshie who proved to be the best scorer in “blocks” this offensive festival and scored 3 points. The five other forwards of the winner made the score table black twice.
Vitek Vanecek has made 34 saves in the national team’s net income, and he has seen his defense be covered in dust when he was defeated by Craig Smith in the last 20 games.
Dan Vladar played a whole game for the Bruins. He gave up 8 of 33 shots.
In New Jersey, the Pittsburgh Penguins took advantage of Colton Seville and Jack Genzel to defeat the Devil 5-2.
Only 5.26 minutes into the game, Sceviour started scoring, scoring the first two goals of the game.
In the third stage, Guentzel moved the strings twice, including once in a strong competition.
Bryan Rust was another scorer for the Penguins, while Miles Wood and PK Subban responded for the home team.
In New York, the Islanders missed a two-goal lead, but eventually defeated the Rangers 3-2 in overtime.
Ryan Pulock played his heroic role during this period. This is his first goal of the season.
In a strong game, Kyle Palmieri and Jean-Gabriel Pageau allowed their players to retreat to the locker room with a two-goal lead after 20 minutes.
Libor Hajek and Brendan Smith will reply in the next round.