January 27, 2022

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Alex Ovechkin scored the 28th hat-trick of his career

Alex Ovechkin scored the 28th hat-trick of his career

Due Thursday after a day off in the National Hockey League Thanksgiving American, playing 13 games yesterday.

Here is an overview of the events that caught my attention.

1. Alexander Ovechkin scored three goals in the Capitals 4-3 against the Panthers.

After beating Montreal Canadians very easily on Wednesday, Ovechkin and the Capitals clashed with the mighty Florida Panthers last night.

The Caps won 4-3 with the 28th hat-trick of Alexander Ovechkin’s career.

When Ovie scored his third goal, his three-year-old son Sergei threw the hat on the ice. One moment is really so beautiful.

Tom Wilson Capitals scored another goal.

In the defeat, the Panthers scored Jonathan Huberdo, Sam Reinhart and Carter Verheige.

2. Jesperi Kotkanimi scores his fourth goal of the season against Cannes over the Flyers

The Carolina Hurricanes visited the Philadelphia Flyers yesterday and they won 6-3.

Jesperi Kotkanimi scored the game-winning goal in his fourth season after an excellent pass conversion.

Sebastian Aho, meanwhile, provided two assists on Tony Diange, while Brace scored.

In the defeat, Joel Farabi scored the most goal for the Flyers.

The Hurricanes now top the NHL with a 15-3-1 record and 31 points.

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3. Minnesota Wild Winnipeg Jets win 7-1

Since last season, the Wild have finally become an exciting team, not for long. Again last night, Wilde recently gave an impressive performance to their fans by scoring no less than seven goals against the Winnipeg Jets.

Here are some of Wild’s seven goals scored last night.

Note that a certain Joan Merrill scored his second goal of the season in victory.

Wilde now tops the Central Division with 27 points, 13-6-1.

4. Anaheim Ducks won 4-0 over Senators, while Matt Murray missed

Ducks are a good surprise this season. No one saw them as good this year, but now they have started the season off solidly, with some thanks to the emergence of Troy Terry.

Terry’s point streak unfortunately stopped at 16 games a short while ago. However, his series of games is still active with at least one point at home. In fact, Terry scored a goal yesterday in the Ducks victory over the Senators. This is his 13th season.

After the season started off very slowly, another positive for the Ducks was that Trevor Zegras seems to have found his production rhythm, but he added two new aids to his record last night.

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5. Another loss to Vancouver Connex

The Canucks lost 4-2 to the Columbus Blue Jackets, despite having a 41-shot lead in the net. This is the 8th defeat in their last 10 games for the Canucks.

In the Blue Jackets victory, Gustav Nyquist, Adam Bokwist, Jack Roslovic and Max Domi (on empty net) scored goals.

Extra

Artemis Panarin throws his glove at Brad Marchand.

Panarin was accused of insulting Marchand about his nationality and his relationship with Russia. Really wrong in the case of Marchchand.

In large quantities

– Here are all the results from the day before.

– Here are the best scorers of the day before.

(Credit: NHL.com)

– On the show tonight.