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Top-4: Jakob Pelletier is Jacob Trouba’s latest victim
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Last night in the NHL, there were only four games on the bill.

Here are the results and highlights:

1. Jakob Pelletier is Jacob Trouba’s latest victim

Jacob Trouba is known for his hard-hitting checking and robust play.

Yesterday, Jakob Pelletier learned from the opposing captain’s style of play.

In the first period, he was demolished. He left the game and never came back.

In a defensive game, only two goals were scored.

2-0, the final score in favor of the Rangers.

Both goalkeepers made great saves.

In the end, it was Igor Shesterkin who had the upper hand, earning his first shutout of the season.

A 30-save performance.

Jacob Markstrom had nothing to be ashamed of either. He stopped 29 of 30 shots.

2. Flyers rebuild, but win

I don’t know what’s going on with the Flyers, but they’re winning games. Enough to be, at the time of writing, in third place in the Metropolitan Section.

Yesterday, the “rebuilding” team won 5-3 against the Coyotes.

Jakub Voracek was there to watch the game.

The Slovak is technically a member of the Coyotes right now…

Midway through the third period, Philadelphia was trailing by one when Jamie Drysdale brought everyone back to square one.

3-3 at that point.

A few minutes later, Scott Laughton scored the winning goal.

A beautiful goal that even earned Matt Dumba a penalty on the sequence.

Final score: 5-3.

3. Two assists for Alex Pietrangelo on the day of his 1000th game

The game of the night pitted the Wild against the Golden Knights,

And the Knights’ defenseman celebrated as he played the 1000th game of his NHL career.

In the first period, he distinguished himself with two assists.

However, he didn’t become the first defenseman in history to collect three assists in his 1,000th game.

One player with three points, however, was Matthew Boldy. The Wild center finished the game with a goal and two assists, and his team won 5-3.

4. Jack Hughes, the sharpshooter

Jack Hughes is having a great season, but injuries have slowed him down a lot.

Without them, he could easily be the top scorer.

Yesterday, in his team’s 3-1 win over the Kraken, he collected two points, including this superb goal:

What a shot!

His points were his first two since January 3.

This season, he has a total of 47.

In addition to Hughes, goaltender Nico Daws also did well. He stopped 27 of 28 pucks.


– 11th straight game with at least one point at home for Mark Stone.

– He didn’t take long.

– Boldy and Travis Konecny lead the charge.


– 11 games on the bill tonight.

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