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In the Battle of Alberta, Leon Draisaitl secured a hat trick and tallied an assist to post four points. Even with this impressive performance, the Oilers could not come out victorious.
Edmonton’s goaltending issues came to light, as Calgary scored a whopping nine goals over the course of this game. Mikko Koskinen was Edmonton’s starter. He allowed five goals on 12 shots during an ice time of 25:06. Mike Smith entered the game in relief and allowed an additional four goals on 26 shots.
For the Flames, there were three different players who had two-goal nights. Mikael Backlund, Matthew Tkachuk and Elias Lindholm. The Calgary offense posted a dynamic performance that helped them secure a dominant win over the Oilers.
NEW YORK 3 BOSTON 6
For New York, Semyon Varlamov made 38 saves on 44 shots for a .864 save percentage.
For the Bruins, Linus Ullmark allowed three goals on 27 shots for a save percentage of .889.
TAMPA BAY 2 DETROIT 1 OT
For Tampa Bay Brian Elliott allowed just one goal on 27 shots for a save percentage of .963
For the Red Wings, Alex Nedeljkovic made 34 saves on 36 shots to end his night with a save percentage of .944.
CHICAGO 4 VEGAS 5 OT
Chicago started this game off by scoring three consecutive goals. Dominik Kubalik scored in the first and his goal was assisted by Jake McCabe and Jonathan Toews. Then Jonathan Toews got on the scoreboard himself. His goal was assisted by Alex DeBrincat. Dylan Strome scored late in the second to set the score at 3-0. Caleb Jones and Patrick Kane tallied assists on this goal.
Then in the third, Vegas scored three consecutive goals. Chandler Stephenson scored 1:24 into the period. His goal was assisted by Evgenii Dadonov. William Karlsson scored just under a minute later. Dylan Coghlan and Jonathan Marchessault tallied helpers on this goal. Jack Eichel tied the game up 3-3 3:16 into the third. His goal was assisted by Chandler Stephenson and Shea Theodore.
For Chicago, Kevin Lankinen made 29 saves on 34 shots for a save percentage of .853.
In the Vegas crease was Logan Thompson. He made 30 saves on 34 shots and exited this game with a save percentage of .882.
TORONTO 2 MONTREAL 4
Paul Byron notched the game-winner 17:32 into the final period. His goal was unassisted.
For Toronto, Erik Kallgren had a tough showing. He allowed three goals on just 17 shots and posted a save percentage of .824.
For the Canadiens, Jake Allen made an impressive 49 saves on 51 shots to end his game with a save percentage of .961.
FLORIDA 4 OTTAWA 3 SO
Late in the third, Aleksander Barkov tied the game up. His goal was assisted by Jonathan Huberdeau and Claude Giroux. This goal forced the game to go to additional minutes and the Panthers would eventually go on to secure the victory during shootout.
For Florida, Sergei Bobrovsky allowed three goals on 22 shots for a save percentage of .864.
For the Senators, Anton Forsberg made 46 saves on 49 shots to earn himself a save percentage of .939.
NEW JERSEY 3 WASHINGTON 4
For New Jersey, Nico Daws made 18 saves on 22 shots to post a save percentage of .818.
For the Capitals,Vitek Vanecek allowed three goals on 38 shots to end his night with a save percentage of .921.
VANCOUVER 4 DALLAS 1
Bo Horvat notched empty-netter 18:54 into the third to pad the Canucks lead.
For Vancouver, Thatcher Demko barely missed out on a shutout. He made 35 saves on 36 shots for a save percentage of .972.
For the Stars, Jake Oettinger allowed three goals on 30 shots for a save percentage of .900.
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CAROLINA 7 ST. LOUIS 2
Both Andrei Svechnikov and Seth Jarvis found the back of the net twice in this outing. The other Carolina goals came courtesy of Nino Niederreiter, Brett Pesce and Martin Necas. Ian Cole, Jesper Fast and Teuvo Teravainen all tallied two assists each for the Hurricanes. Vincent Trocheck, Sebastian Aho, Brett Pesce, Jaccob Slavin, Tony DeAngelo, Jesperi Kotkaniemi, and Martin Necas all picked up one helper in this contest.
Antti Raanta manned the Carolina crease in this game. He made 30 stops on 32 shots to post a save percentage of .938.
Between the Blues pipes was Ville Husso. He allowed five goals on 26 shots to exit this game with a save percentage of .808.
COLUMBUS 2 MINNESOTA 3 OT
For Columbus, Elvis Merzlikins made 35 saves on 38 shots for a save percentage of .921.
For the Wild, Marc-Andre Fleury allowed two goals on 25 shots to end his Minnesota debut with a save percentage of .920.
SEATTLE 2 LOS ANGELES 4
For Seattle, Philipp Grubauer made 23 saves on 27 shots for a save percentage of .852.
For the Kings, Cal Petersen allowed two goals on 25 shots to end his night with a save percentage of .920.
ANAHEIM 1 SAN JOSE 4
Timo Meier netted a hat trick in this game and was thus responsible for all but one of San Jose’s goals. The other Sharks goal was scored by Marc-Edouard Vlasic. Tomas Hertl and Alexander Barabanov both had two assists on the night. Ryan Merkley, Scott Reedy and Brent Burns all tallied one helper each.
Lukas Dostal was in the Anaheim crease for this outing. He allowed four goals on 24 shots for a save percentage of .833.
For San Jose, James Reimer allowed just one goal on 28 shots to post a save percentage of .964.
EDMONTON 5 CALGARY 9
Leon Draisaitl notched a hat trick and tallied an assist, but even a four-point night was not enough to help the Oilers win. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins also had a four-point night, as he scored once and picked up three assists. The only other Edmonton goal in this game came courtesy of Derick Brassard. Duncan Keith, Zach Hyman, Zack Kassian, and Evan Bouchard all picked up an assist each. Connor McDavid had two helpers on the night.
For the Flames, Mikael Backlund, Matthew Tkachuk and Elias Lindholm all scored two goals each. Christopher Tanev, Dillon Dube and Oliver Kylington found the back of the net once during this game. Johnny Gaudreau had an impressive five-assist night in this outing. Tyler Toffoli, Noah Hanifin, Matthew Tkachuk, and Christopher Tanev tallied two helpers. Mikael Backlund, Blake Coleman, Dillon Dube, and Andrew Mangiapane posted an assist each.
Between the Calgary pipes was Jacob Markstrom. He made 26 saves on 31 shots to post a save percentage of .839.