Dallas Stars has started their season powerfully with two wins from Nashville Predators.
Above all, the key to victory has been a game of wild superiority.
The Stars have outperformed 12 times in two matches and missed a goal in eight of them.
Early on Monday morning, the winning scores were recorded for Stars 3–2.
The winner of the victory was Roope Hintz, who made the powers 1 + 2.
As Tyler Seguin recovers from his surgery well into spring, Hintz has gained a place as the No. 1 center forward in the chain.
Hintz has stumbled upon superiority as a conductor.
After two matches, the Tampere player has 1 + 4 points, all of which are born of superiority.
Nashville's Finnish striker Mikael Granlund, like Hintz, got a taste of the goal in his second match of the season.
Granlund directed the guests ’2-3 reduction in the middle of the final round, but it ended up being a thin consolation.
Stars had to get along without their injured long-time bow shots Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn.
It was the team’s first match without either star after Seguin joined the team in 2013.
Like Benn, Joel Kiviranta was injured in Friday’s opening game and was sidelined by another.
Rantanen's paint tube stretches
Anticipated for the big championship favorites, the Colorado Avalanche has started the season in moderation compared to expectations.
There are three wins in six matches.
In Sunday’s round, the Avalanche suffered a 1-3 loss in Anaheim.
Despite the wet start, the team's Finnish star Mikko Rantanen's goal is in place.
Rantanen, who made the visitors' only hit towards the end of the final round, has already hit five matches in a row, the longest goal tube in his NHL career.
With five goals in six games, Rantanen will also share the top spot on the NHL paint exchange with Philadelphia’s Travis Konecny, Vancouver’s Bo Horvat and Montreal’s Tyler Toffol.
On the back lines of Anaheim, Jani Hakanpää is redeeming a big box for herself.
In his six matches of the season, the colossal defender, who has steadily increased his responsibilities, battled Colorado for more than 22 minutes, making it the second most on the team.
The Sturdy Basic Defender, who profiles himself as a specialist in Alivoima, recorded a power reading of +2 in the match.
The statistics for the season already look handsome +5.
Jani Hakanpää bones as the host of the downstairs. Photo: Jayne Kamin-Oncea / USA Today Sports
Puljujärvi in the number one chain
Jesse Puljujärvi was already promoted to Edmonton's No. 1 chain at the end of the previous game, and he also continued there when the Oilers encountered Winnipeg in the away trough.
The joke of Puljujärvi, Connor McDavid and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins of the second first booking arranged a few dangerous situations.
At the beginning of the second round, Puljujärvi scored a point to score 1–1 by bringing the puck hard to the finish, where Nugent-Hopkins was shoveling it in with the help of Puljujärvi.
Winnipeg-Edmonton is still ongoing.
Chicago Blackhawks – Detroit Red Wings 6–2 (2–0, 1–1, 3–1) C: Kevin Lankinen 25/27
Washington Capitals – Buffalo Sabers 3-4 vl.
(1–0, 1–2, 1–1, 0–1) B: Rasmus Ristolainen 0 + 2
Calgary Flames – Toronto Maple Leafs 2-3 (0-1, 1-1, 1-1)
Arizona Coyotes – Vegas Golden Knights 0-1 (0-0, 0-0, 0-1)
New Jersey Devils – New York Islanders 2–0 (2–0, 0–0, 0–0)
Pittsburgh Penguins – New York Rangers 3–2 (0–1, 1–1, 2–0)
Anaheim Ducks – Colorado Avalanche 3–1 (1–0, 1–0, 1–1) C: Mikko Rantanen 1 + 0
St. Louis Blues – Los Angeles Kings 3–6 (1–2, 0–3, 2–1) S: Ville Husso 29/34 op.
Dallas Stars – Nashville Predators 3–2 (1–0, 1–1, 1–1) D: Roope Hintz 1 + 2, N: Mikael Granlund 1 + 0, Juuse Saros 19/22 ref.
Minnesota Wild – San Jose Sharks 3–5 (1–1, 1–2, 1–2) M: Kaapo Kähkönen 31/35 rep.
Winnipeg Jets – Edmonton Oilers x – x (1–0, 0–2, x – x) E: Jesse Puljujärvi 0 + 1, Mikko Koskinen xx / xx