In his first game with the Capitals, Quebec Anthony Manta beat the Philadelphia Flyers 6-1 in Washington on Tuesday with a goal and an assist.
Manta, who scored the day before the Detroit Red Wings the day before, replacing Jacob Vrana, Richard Panic and two draft picks, including first-round picks, scored his own fifth goal and placed the final nail in the coffin of the Pennsylvania roster halfway through. In the second period.
The 26-year-old Longhouil player was used for 14:59, also a teammate of Tom Wilson’s winning net in the first period. Local favorites scored four times in the first engagement, with Connor Sherry, Niklas Backstrom and Carl Hagelin also shining at the red light.
Ilya Samsonov blocked 29 puck, only Sean Couturier failed.
Another difficult outing victim by their goaltender, the Flyers lost six games in their recent eight outings. This time, Brian Elliott gave up six of 32 shots. In third place was Alexander Ovechkin, the last net writer.
More discreet hall
Unlike Mantala, Taylor Hall was quiet in his first game with his new team. In Boston, the shootout did not stop the Bruins from beating Buffalo Sabers 3-2.
Retrieved from its same sabers the day before, the first total pick used in the second row in the 2010 draft. He spent almost 17 minutes on the ice, fired three shots and finished his double fight with a differential of +1.
Jake Debrask resolved the shooting debate. David Crazy and Craig Smith hit the target under the control of the Bruins, while Colin Miller and Rammus did the same for Dahlin Sabers.
On MillerNet, Anders Bjrk was assisted. The second is one of the items given by the bears to earn the hall.
Chesterkin stood in front of the Devils
New York Rangers goaltender Igor Chesterkin gave the Devils nothing and the Bluesshirts won 3-0 in New Jersey.
The 25-year-old Russian made 27 savings, earning his first career shutout on the Betman Tour.
Mika Zibanezad, Artemi Panarin and Pavel Buchnevich (empty net) are the club scorers. In both of the Rangers’ victories, defenseman Adam Fox provided assists. He has brought his assists to a total of 34 this season, matching the mark he achieved in his first NHL campaign last year.
By the way, this is Panarin’s 100th game in the uniform of the Big Apple Club. His 45 goals and 93 assists for 138 points allowed him to overtake Mark Messier (45-92-137) for the most points in his first 100 games with the Rangers.
Fires devastate David Ritchie’s fresh start
48 hours after being traded to Maple Leafs by the Calgary Flames, goaltender David Ritchie was unable to stop his former team from winning 3-2 in overtime in Toronto.
In extra time Johnny Goudru won over his former teammate. Elias Lindholm and Juso Valimaki also beat him, while Zach Hyman and Alexander Kerfoot did the same on Jacob Markstrm. Ritchie made 25 saves and scored 24 against him.
Milan Lusic plays 1000th in the National League and he marked the event with an aid and fight against Scott Sabourin.