November 29, 2021

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Victory and disaster for the Panthers

Victory and disaster for the Panthers

The Florida Panthers once again dominated the New York Islands 6-1 at Sunrise on Tuesday, but it drew the attention of Alexander Barcov, who suffered a knee injury. .

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At 1:47 in the second period, Barkov tried to get defender Scott Mayfield into the zone. The latter pulled his knee out, and Barkov’s knee was bent in the wrong direction.

Barkov left the match and did not return. He still has time to collect help on the first goal of the game scored by Jonathan Huberdi. He has nine goals and 17 points from 15 outings this season.

Mayfield received a large penalty for his knee injury and was ruled out of the game.

Along with Huberdo, Ryan Lamberg, Carter Verheige and Patrick Hornquist also moved the ropes to knock Ilia Sorokin out of the game in first and third place. Aaron Ekblad and Frank Vatrano added two more wins and Sergei Bobrowski 27 yards.

Barry Trotsky’s troop suffered a fourth consecutive defeat and finished last in the metropolitan division.

Campbell is still shining

In Toronto, Jack Campbell won the Nashville Predators 3-0 for the Maple Leafs this season and scored 24 for the third shutout.

Campbell has had great time shutting down his opponents twice in his last three outings. He conceded just one goal in the series, showing an efficiency rate of .989.

In the first 56 minutes of the game only the Aston Mathews hit the target and the masked man had to go into the match with a single goal for most of the match. Kindness.

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First to Crosby

Sidney Crosby scored his first point after losing several games with injury and Kovid-19, but lost 2-1 to the Sabers at the Pittsburgh Penguins PPG Paints Arena.

The Penguins captain assisted on a Jake Guantzel power play goal in the third period, but the Sabers already had a decisive 2-0 lead.

Colin Miller first threaded the needle early in the midfield engagement, then Kyle Okposo added it a few minutes later to give his team a comfortable lead.

The Penguins have suffered a setback for the third time in a row and have now secured an appointment with the Canadian in Montreal on Thursday.

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