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Marc-André Fleury is actually still a long way from Patrick Roy
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Yesterday afternoon and evening, 10 games were presented in the NHL.

Here are the results and highlights:

1. Finally a 552nd win for Marc-André Fleury

Prior to last night’s games, Marc-André Fleury had lost his last three starts. As a result, he had to settle for a tie with Patrick Roy for the most wins in NHL history.

But yesterday, he finally surpassed him for good, collecting his 552nd career victory.

He blanked the Islanders 5-0.

21-save shutout for the Quebecer.

Nice to see the players rushing to their goalie when the siren went off. It looks like the Wild have won the Stanley Cup.

The former Penguins, Golden Knights and Blackhawks man had the help of his goalposts.

Number 29 is now 139 victories behind Martin Brodeur in first place.

2. Kirill Marchenko imitates Alex Texier

A few years ago, Alexandre Texier scored a spectacular goal in a shootout.

Two years later, Kirill Marchenko copied his team-mate. A sensational goal.

The Blue Jackets finally beat the Canucks 4-3.

In the victory, Elvis Merzlikins stopped 27 of 30 shots. The Latvian celebrated the win by celebrating and… asking his GM for a trade.

Special goalie.

3. Five total points for Phillip Danault and Pierre-Luc Dubois in Carolina

Since the start of the season, the Kings have been unstoppable abroad.

Yesterday, they continued their fine form on opposing rinks with a convincing 5-2 victory over the Carolina Hurricanes.

Quebec forwards Phillip Danault and Pierre-Luc Dubois were dominant. They collected three and two points respectively.

A goal and two assists for the former Canadian and a goal and an assist for Dubois.

In addition to these two, Matt Roy (two assists), Trevor Moore (two goals), Vladislav Gavrikov (two assists) and Mikey Anderson (two assists) were also involved.

David Rittich also did well in front of the net. He stopped 30 of 32 shots.

4. Two Alex Killorn goals against the Panthers

A few days ago, the Panthers celebrated their ninth consecutive victory.

But the Devils ended that streak with a 4-1 victory. In doing so, they sent Jim Montgomery (Bruins coach) and not Paul Maurice (Panthers coach) to the All-Star Game.

Florida could have started a whole new winning streak, but came up against a hungry Ducks.

Alex Killorn was the MVP in a hard-fought game.

He scored the first goal for the visitors.

And he completed his team’s comeback in overtime.

Teammate Radko Gudas was back in Florida.

He received a standing ovation.

In defeat, Sam Reinhart scored again. He thus moved closer to Auston Matthews and the top scorer’s spot.

5. Simon Nemec mistreats Brad Marchand

Many of you must dream of doing to Brad Marchand what Simon Nemec did to Brad Marchand last night.

The Bruins’ little pest finished checking the Devils’ defenseman, and he didn’t take it well.

He sent Marchand to the ground and even lost his helmet.

The Bruins’ captain had the last word, however, as his team prevailed.

3-0 victory.

Jeremy Swayman was solid in the win. He turned aside all 31 shots he faced.

His third shutout of the season.

Boston thus took possession of second place in the NHL. The club has overtaken the Winnipeg Jets.

Despite their defeat, the Canucks collected a point and have one more than Boston.


– Excuse me?

– Well done.

– A goal in his 800th game.

– A standing ovation for Justin Williams.

– Jonathan Marchessault reaches a plateau.

– Brayden Schenn also reaches a high plateau.

– A good game for him.

– His first? Really?

– Top scorers from the previous day.


– Eight games on the bill tonight.

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