Vancouver | Arthuri Lehkonen scored twice, while JT Miller did better with one goal and three assists. Inspired by Miller, the Canucks beat the Canadians 5-3 at the Rogers Arena yesterday.
Also read: “Right now, it’s enough” -Lehkonen
Martin St. Louis said in the morning. There is a risk of coming back to normal. From his experience as a player, he is well aware that the magic inspired by changing a coach will never go away.
Tough match for Petrie
Unaware of the disaster game, Hubs made costly mistakes. One evening, we saw Jeff Petrie stupidly lose the puck and he played with less confidence in his territory.
Miller and Elias Peterson badly showed number 26 in the third period.
“There is good and bad,” said winger Rem Pitlick. We have mental numbness in our defensive decisions. Martin told us between periods. He was calm, but he showed us videos to tell us what was wrong with our game. He does not have to hit the trash can to deliver his message. We do not have a terrible game, but it is not enough. ⁇
But there were no panics. Fighting to the last second, CH once again showed courage in this match.
A month under St. Louis, the Hobbs have a record of eight wins and four defeats.
On this journey west of the country, “Glorious” returns home with a record of two wins and two defeats.
In the general rankings, CH (15-35-7) is ranked 32nd and last in the NHL with 37 points. With three consecutive wins and four wins in their last five games, the Coyotes (17-35-4) regained control of 31st place with 38 points.