October 15, 2021

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NHL: Capitals have no mercy on the Bruins in this recap of the April 11 games

NHL: Capitals have no mercy on the Bruins in this recap of the April 11 games

After losing 4-2 to the Boston Bruins on Thursday, the Washington capitals took their revenge and lost 8-1 to Boston.

This is the first time since 2010 that Washington has scored eight goals in a single game. They then went on to win 8-1 over the Atlanta Trash.

All the capital forwards recorded points in the game and only John Carlson, Jedeno Chara and Nick Jensen were cleared from the scoresheet in defense.

Nicholas Backstrom, Lars Eller, Tom Wilson, Carl Hagelin, Connor Sherry all had two points, while TJ Oshi had three points a night.

Oshi and Eller scored two goals in 16 seconds in the first period, two minutes later before seeing Sherry add up.

The offensive festival continued until the second period with goals from Shire, Nick Dowd and Wilson. Oshi and Eller each scored their second goal of the third period.

For the Bruins, Craig Smith found the back of the net early in the third period.

On the net, Vitek Vanesek blocked 34 of the 35 shots he faced. Dan Vladder has conceded eight of the 33 shots fired at him for the Bruins.

Washington have signed on for the second consecutive victory and are tied with the islanders in the Eastern Division. The Penguins follow closely, two points behind.

Doubles from Xavier and Guntzel in victory

Colton Xavier scored two quick goals early in the game to start the Pittsburgh Penguins 5-2 against the New Jersey Devils on Sunday.

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Bryan Rust scored a controversial goal, then Jake Gunzel scored a third-time brace for the Penguins, who have won nine of their last 12 games, including their last three.

There are 28 savings to Tristan issuance.

PK Subban And Miles Wood has been to the Devils 1-4-2 in their last seven meetings.

Mackenzie Blackwood blocked 19 shots.

Squavier was placed on amnesty on Saturday, but he was not sued. The veteran started scoring on Sunday when Pak returned to the net to slip into the goal at 2:35.

When he deflected a point shot from Mike Matheson, he made his second game, and three minutes into three games.

Wood was one goal behind the Devils in the first period, but Rust gave the Penguins a two-goal lead the minute they died in the second period.

The Devils have disputed the validity of Rust’s goal, with Sydney Crosby pushing defenseman Ty Smith to the woods, arguing that it would hamper the keeper’s job. Although the video replay showed that he had contact with the goalkeeper, the goal was allowed and the Devils were fined for losing their challenge.

Guntzel scored in the power play early in the third, then added a goal into the empty net just moments after the engagement was dead.

Pulok acted as heroes in overtime for the islanders

Ryan Polok broke the deadlock in the 73rd second of overtime and the New York Islanders won 3-2 over the New York Rangers.

Rangers 2 – Islanders 3 (extension)

Kyle Palmiri And Jean-Gabriel Pejou scored for the Islanders in the first period, winning 8 of their last 11 excursions.

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Matthew Barzal has two assists for the Islanders, who are 18-2-2 at home this season.

Ilia Sorokin hit 24 shots and was unbeaten on eight home calls. Became the second rookie to win eight consecutive home games in 39 years.

Libor Hajek and Brendan Smith responded in the second period for the Rangers, who were 4-1-2 in the last seven games.

Igor Shesterkin stopped 15 shots in the first half, and he finished the game with 29 saves for the Rangers.

Johansen won 3-2 for the Preds

Ryan Johansen was the lone shootout scorer and the Nashville Predators beat the Dallas Stars 3-2.

Stars 2 – Predators 3 (Tires de Barrage)

Ryan Ellis and Yakov Trenin moved the strings under control for the Predators, who have won four of their last five games.

Roop Hintz and Jamie Olexiac responded for the Stars, halving their winning streak.

Four of the seven matches between the two teams this season require extra time.

Hintz started scoring in the first period, beating John Zeus Saros with a pass from John Klingberg.

Ellis equalized a few minutes later and gave the Train Predators the lead with a wrist shot that stole Anton Choodobin’s alert.

Olexiac tied the score before the end of the second period, When he made an amazing personal ascent before hitting the target.

Saros finished the game with 24 saves, while Khudobin blocked 18 shots.