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Top-5: Max Pacioretty’s first Capitals goal

Hockey fans got their money’s worth last night, as six games went to overtime.

Here are the results and highlights:

1. Max Pacioretty’s first goal in Washington

Max Pacioretty has had it tough in recent years. He’s often injured and it’s a shame to see that.

Last night, in his fourth game with the Washington Capitals, he scored his first goal.

A Pacioretty goal.

It was the Caps’ only goal in a 4-1 loss to the Kraken.

On the winning side, Adam Larsson and Brandon Tanev were outstanding, collecting two points each.

And in front of the cage, Joey Daccord stopped 25 of 26 pucks.

2. Three goalies injured

In the Ducks-Hurricanes game, all four goalies saw action.

How’s that? Because two starters went down fighting. First, Pyotr Kochetkov was injured after conceding three goals on 13 shots.

His opponent, John Gibson, also left the match.

He was keeping his club in the match.

The Hurricanes eventually won the game by a score of 6-3.

The Sens were visiting Buffalo, and also lost the services of their regular goaltender.

Anton Forsberg was injured on a routine play.

Ottawa loses 5-3.

The team is playing worse under Jacques Martin than D.J. Smith.

In any case, the bosses don’t think it’s funny.

3. Sidney Crosby overtakes Mike Bossy

In Pittsburgh, it was a duel between the Penguins and the Canucks.

Elias Pettersson was the hero of the game, scoring all four of Vancouver’s goals.

The visitors won 4-3 in overtime.

The Swede first served up a perfect pass to Brock Boeser.

Then he scored the winning goal in overtime. He is the first player in NHL history to score a game-winning goal in four consecutive away games.

Sidney Crosby also shone in this game.

He scored twice and surpassed Mike Bossy for the most goals in NHL history.

Bossy has the best goals-per-game average in history.

4. Leafs lose 3-1 lead

I don’t know what the problem is, but the Leafs can’t hold on to a 3-1 lead.

Whether in the playoffs or the regular season, Toronto is simply unlucky…

Yesterday, the club had a two-goal lead, only to lose the game in overtime.

It was Mathew Barzal who sent Toronto home. The forward collected four points in the game.

Noah Dobson was involved in all his team’s goals, too.

What a player!

In defeat, Auston Matthews scored again. He added two goals to his tally.

His 32nd and 33rd of the season.

5. Ninth straight win for the Oilers and eighth for the Jets

The Canadiens and Senators may not be having easy seasons, but the Jets and Oilers are.

Yesterday, the two Canadian teams continued their winning streak. First, Edmonton extended its streak to nine and Winnipeg to eight.

As for the Oilers, they went two and a half periods without a goal. But in the third period, Connor McDavid woke up his team.

And Darnell Nurse gave his team the win in overtime.

With a 2-1 win over the Blackhawks, the Jets broke a team record, themselves.

Eighth consecutive win and they maintain their first-place ranking in the league.


– He returned to the game later, but admitted he was shaken.

– Thatcher Demko says no.

– A legend.

– Sam Reinhart, at the last second.

– A whole season for Frank Vatrano.

– All the better.

– Pettersson, Barzal and Dobson lead the charge.

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– Two games on the bill tonight.

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