The Columbus Blue Jackets cleared the Red Wings 3-2 on Monday after hitting a goal in the third period of forward Pierre-Luke Dubois, who was benched by head coach John Tortorella in the second period. Afternoon in Detroit.
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At the same time, visitors signed on to the first victory in the campaign after two initial failures against the Predators in Nashville.
“It’s only a matter of time before we win. We are not playing our best hockey,” Dubois told a post – match press conference.
The Jackets put Alexander Texier ahead 25-19 in shots 40 minutes later, with Thomas Greece turning the net around the net in the sixth minute of the final session. Dubois then beat the keeper 76 seconds later when the net broke with an up shot.
Kubeker, who spent the last seven minutes of midfield out of the snow, got his first net of the season.
“Every game is like this,” Quebecker said. We saw the intensity level in the bubble (during the playoff of the last campaign). Now we are going to play two games in a row against the same team most of the time. The end of the first game and the beginning of the second are important. “
Meanwhile, Oliver Jorkstrand scored a goal and an assist. Former Montreal Canadians Max Domi did not shoot a single shot. In fact, he is still neutral in terms of points and shots this year.
Due to the loss, Bobby Ryan scored a brace and scored three goals in 2020-2021. Former Ottawa senators took advantage of a face-off won by Michael Rasmussen in a rival zone, immediately defeating Junas Corpis, the author of 35 total savings in the first period. He closed the gap to a goal in less than a minute to go during control.
“This is a campaign I have to prove,” Ryan said. I need to raise my game level as I have been doing for the past few years. I didn’t want a bad start to the season. It was great for me to be cooperating in the right way. ”
The Blue Jackets and Red Wings meet in Michigan on Tuesday.
Defensive game for the benefit of the islanders
It eventually took the last five minutes to see a goal in the game, but the New York Islanders were able to secure a 1-0 win over the Boston Bruins.
Jean-Gabriel Pejou is a solo net writer, assisted by defensemen Adam Pelech and Ryan Pulok.
Overall, the Islanders took only 17 shots, with only three in the first period. The Bruins were more active with 27 shots, while the opposing players blocked another 17 shots.
Goaltender Semian Varlamov, who returned from injury during Saturday ‘s warm-up game against the New York Rangers, was given a shutout in his 29th career.