October 16, 2021

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Alexis Lafrenier makes it big!

Alexis Lafrenier makes it big!

New York Rangers forward Alexis Lafrenier scored the first goal of his career in the National Hockey League on Thursday night.

Quebecker made it big on this occasion and gave his team a 3-2 victory in overtime against Buffalo Sabers.

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Sabers forward Sam Reinhart forced overtime by hitting the target on the power play in the third period. Jack Eichel was the other home team scorer, while Artemis Panarin and Ryan Storm were the Rangers’ other scorers.

Igor Chesterkin scored 23 saves while Ulmark scored 36 runs.

Successful growth of capitals

Capitals came back from behind with five unanswered five-goal goals to beat the New York Islanders 6-3 on Thursday in Washington.

Connor Sherry threw his own two in the middle of the season and scored his first two goals of the season. Garnet Hathaway, John Carlson and Jedeno Chara then beat Mark. It was the first goal in Capitals uniform for Chara, which was celebrated wholeheartedly by his teammates. Tom Wilson completed the power net on an empty net at the end of the third period.

The Islanders got off to a great start, scoring three goals in the first twenty. Oliver Wallstrమ్m and Casey Ciccias hit the target equally, while Anders Lee rocked the strings in the power play.

Semian Varlamov conceded five goals in 10 minutes. He received a total of 22 shots in the game. Opposite him, Vitek Vanesek saved 27.

Capitals are still unbeaten in eight games since the start of the season.

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The Bruins continue their pace

In Boston, the Bruins beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-1 to record their fourth consecutive victory.

Patrice Bergeron scored his fourth and fifth goals this season. Chris Wagner and Sean Curali scored other goals for the home side.

Of the Penguins, only Cody This defeated Jaroslav Halak, who fired back 16 shots in the victory. At the other end of the ice, Tristan dropped four of the 20 throws issued.

Injured lower body, defenseman Matt Grezelsik had to leave the game for the Bruins

Flyers are prevalent

In Newark, Claude Girox scored his first goal of the season, as the Philadelphia Flyers beat the New Jersey Devils 3-1.

Damon Severson had his own team in the first period, but Alain Vignelt’s men scored three unanswered goals as goaltender Carter Hart closed the door 33 times in 34 shots.

Unlike Giroks’ first, the Defender Nate processor has been moving strings for the first time in the National League since April 5, 2018. Michael Raffle of Austria completed the score, while Eric Gustafson provided two assists.