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Top-3: Joel Edmundson scores his first Capitals goal
Last night, only six teams were in action.

Here are the results and highlights:

1. Joel Edmundson’s first goal in Washington

Joel Edmundson was acquired by the Capitals for his defensive play.

But yesterday, he unleashed his powerful shot to score the Caps’ second goal. It was also his first goal in his new uniform.

In 15 games with the national captain, the veteran has one goal and one assist.

In this very close match, overtime was necessary. It was Dylan Strome who sealed the outcome.

Gatineau’s Hendrik Lapierre, back in the lineup after an absence of nearly two weeks, also scored a goal.

His second of the season.

Caps win 3-2.

2. Gabriel Vilardi: 10 points in his last four games

During the Habs’ last game, we realized just how much the Pierre-Luc Dubois trade has clearly benefited the Canadian team.

Gabriel Vilardi is one of the main reasons.

Last night, he had another good game, collecting three points. In his last four games, the right-hander has no fewer than 10 points.

Dubois has 12 points all season…

The youngster even increased his streak of games with at least one goal to four.

With a 5-2 win over the Detroit Red Wings, Winnipeg is now in first place in the Central Division.

The Wings, meanwhile, have lost their last four games.

At least Patrick Kane is doing well…

3. 42-save performance for Joey Daccord

In the absence of Philip Grubauer, a Kraken goaltender has to step up.

Last night, Joey Daccord did just that. He allowed just one goal to the Kings with a 42-save performance.

The goalie set the tone for the game with this save at Matt Roy’s expense.

He wasn’t perfect, however, as this sequence shows.

Thanks to Daccord’s brilliance and Jordan Eberle’s winning goal, Seattle got their revenge on the Kings.

2-1 victory.


– Ouch!

– Vilardi leads the charge.

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– Busier night in the NHL.

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