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Top-5: Five straight wins against the last five champions for the Coyotes
Last night, six NHL games were played.

Here are the results and highlights:

1. Five straight wins against the last five champions for the Coyotes

The Coyotes are really having a big year.

They don’t have an easy schedule, especially recently, when they faced the last five champions in as many games.

All five were victories.

Yesterday, they crushed the Washington Capitals 6-0.

Arizona even scored five goals in the first period.

Connor Ingram, the NHL’s most recent first star of the week, was once again effective.

He allowed nothing to the Caps.

2. Jordan Binnington steals the Knights

The final duel of the evening, the one at 10pm, pitted the Blues against the Golden Knights.

A defensive game was played, so overtime was necessary to determine the winner.

Pavel Buchnevich was the hero.

The other hero: Jordan Binnington.

The goalie stole the Knights’ thunder all night long.

He finally finished the game with 33 saves on 34 shots.

3. A victory in their new colors

The Jets played a game under their new colors last night.

Winnipeg faced the Hurricanes and sported an alternate jersey resembling that of the Panthers.

Do we like it?

In short, Winnipeg won a tight game by a score of 2-1.

Kyle Connor opened the scoring. Nothing new there…

Then, the hosts scored perhaps the goal of the night.

What a passing game!

The celebration was the cherry on top of the sundae.

4. A 1000th game for Victor Hedman

Last night, the Lightning hosted the Stars, who had crushed them a few days ago.

Tampa Bay got their revenge with a shutout. A 25-save shutout for Andrei Vasilevskiy.

But the hero of the game was Victor Hedman.

The Swedish giant didn’t collect a point, but he was playing his 1,000th career game.

He received a nice ceremony at the start of the game.

5. Sidney Crosby is the all-time leading scorer against the Flyers

Sidney Crosby loves playing against the Flyers.

Yesterday, the Penguins captain scored the game’s first goal.

It was his 125th career point against Metropolitan rivals.

He thus became the all-time leading scorer against Philly.

But the home side still won a very close game.

Quebecer Sean Couturier sealed the win in overtime.

Final score: 2-1 Flyers.


– He’s on fire.

– Coyotes players lead the charge.


– Eight games presented tonight.

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