October 25, 2021

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Nick Suzuki capturing a historic moment

Nick Suzuki capturing a historic moment

After a fantastic start to the season playing abroad, the Canadians traveled to Montreal, where they ruled the Supreme in the entire standings of the National Hockey League. Extraordinary feat of weapons in recent years.

Thanks to a 5-2 win in Vancouver on Saturday, the Hobbs collected 10 points out of a possible 12. CH became the second team in NHL history to record every point in the first six games. The matches of the season played against the Rinks.

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In fact, he hit his own mark: the 1968-1969 edition of “Glorious” compiled a 5-0-1 record as a curtain raiser in such a situation.

Suzuki: Second in history

Many positive aspects illustrate this positive start, including the performance of young Nick Suzuki, who impresses. For the second year the center found the back of the net for Connex on Saturday with five Montreal players, the club’s third consecutive game with five or more goals.

The team is 14th in the scorers, tied three times with Thomas Tatar and his line-up teammate Jonathan Droin‌, with six points including two goals.

But Suzuki also had a historic moment, becoming only the second player in NHL history to score at least one point in six consecutive games.

The only player to achieve this feat, a sign of stability, was Victor Rask in 2016-2017. The former Carolina Hurricanes have four goals and seven points after the same number of games.

In the history of the Blue-Blanc-Rouge over the past 45 years, only six players playing Saint-Flannel are far from Suzuki.

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Meanwhile, 16 long shots on a Suzuki goal represent the highest level ever for center players on the Batman Tour.

All in all, forward Brendan Gallagher finished third in the league, tied with Patrice Bergeron of the Boston Bruins, with 24 shots so far. Josh Anderson, 21, has teamed up with Canucks defenseman Quinn Hughes.

However, in games played at the enemy, Gallagher and Anderson finished first and second, respectively.