New Jersey Devils veteran Travis Jazz is playing his 1000thE Career game in the National League, Sunday in Washington, but the capitals ignored, those who have scored three times in a row in the last twenty have won 4-3.
The winners, who started the third day in the Eastern Division, trailed 2-0, with TJ Oshi returning to power play in the middle period. Returning from the locker room, “Caps” created a tie by John Carlson in the middle of the engagement. Soon, a massive attack again served them well, as Oshi Evgeni completed a play from Kuznetsov and Lars Eller. Alexander Ovechkin also threaded the needle with an extra man.
“It’s really good. Our goals have been scored in many ways, Oshi said at post – game press conferences. We put in zones to score and our playmakers made plays.”
Former Ottawa senator Craig Anderson starts his first game with Washington. He flipped 22 puck, overtaking Andreas Johnson, Jack Hughes and Nikita Gusev, closing the gap in a dozen seconds.
“I thought Anderson played a good game,” said Capitals head coach Peter Laviolet. We were a little slow in the first ten minutes, but then we got better. He made some big savings, which gave us the opportunity. ”
At the other end of the ice, goaltender Aaron Dell saved 37.
For the Devils, PK Subban fired two shots in just 20 minutes. His team finished second last in their division, but have played only 13 games so far.
To return to Jazak, he is the fourth hockey player to score at least 1,000 games with New Jersey. Ken Daneko (1283), Martin Brodier (1259), Patrick Elias (1240) and others.
“It was not the result we expected. However, it was a special moment for me and I will never forget it. The guys and the company did a great job of making it a memorable event for me.”