Troy Terry broke the deadlock early in the third period and the Anaheim Ducks recorded their fourth consecutive victory with a 4-1 win over the St. Louis Blues on Sunday.
From the slot, Terry deflected a Sony Milano pass in the power play, scoring his eighth goal of the season.
Terry scored a point in the 11th game in a row. Ducks gave the 24-year-old American one or two points from the second game.
Benoit-Oliver Groolks Completed the score on the blank net, Thus getting the first goal in the National League.
The Gatino resident was selected in the second round by the Ducks in 2018.
Sam Carrick and Sam Steele scored the Ducks’ other goals, beating their opponents 15-4 in four games.
John Gibson scored 34, defeating only Brandon Saad – 13 seconds into the game.
Anaheim will replay Tuesday night in Vancouver.
Three 10:11 first-period goals helped Detroit Red Wings beat Vegas Golden Knights 5-2.
Visitors’ Nicholas Roy became the first scorer in the fourth minute.
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But Lucas Raymond battled back in the five-on-three, Robbie Fabry also scored the best and Pius Sueter finished the push in the first twenty at 6:28 p.m.
Vladislav Nemestnikov and Tyler Bertuzzi managed the other net of the Wings, which had 38 saves from Thomas Greece. Although Bertuji is not currently playing in Canada, he has nine goals on his record.
Sam Gagner, Philip Hronek and Nick Lettie each provided two assists.
Jonathan Marchesalt scored another goal for the Knights. Kubeser has scored four goals in his last three games.
Brandon Duhaim gave his team a third-half lead and the Minnesota Wild beat the New York Islands 5-2.
Duheim carried the puck from one end of the ice rink to the other and he fired a shot that moved the ropes.
The goal came two minutes after Ryan Hartman equalized by jumping on his own throw-back. Hartman Pittsburgh forced overtime with just three seconds to go with the Penguins on Saturday.
Nick Bugstadt, Jonas Bradin and Matt Dumba also needled the Wild to bring their home record to 4-1 this season. Capo Cahconen finished his evening work with 19 runs.
Anders Lee gave the Islanders a two-goal lead, scoring at least one point in their last seven outings (5-0-2). Matthew Berzel was involved in two of his teammate’s successes.
In his first start to the campaign, Semyon Verlamov pulled back 34 puckers on goal for the Islanders as they continued their 13-game long journey to start the season.
JT Miller has two power play goals and Vancouver Connex beat the Dallas Stars 6-3.
Elias Peterson and Bo Horwat each scored one goal and two assists for Connex.
Vasily Podkoljin also defeated Anton Khudobin, who finished in the Brock Bosser empty net.
Quinn Hughes was a partner on three goals.
Thatcher Demco made 25 saves. Joe Powellsky, Luke Glendening and Jamie Ben improved his alertness.
Vancouver hit the target three times in six power play; In their previous seven games, the Knox have lost 3 for 28 in that regard.
The Connex seven-game stay at home against Anaheim ends Tuesday.
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