Jesse Puljujärvi of Edmonton broke his pointless tube in four games when he scored one of the Oilers' goals in a 2-3 extra time loss against Montreal.
Puljujärvi was able to pop on the ice in the last minute of the second round with the first force and immediately scored a 2-0 goal scored by defender Darnell Nurse.
The points balance of 38 matches in the Puljujärvi season is now 8 + 6 = 14.
However, the home team Montreal struggled alongside at the beginning of the third set and eventually to an overtime win.
In overtime, Canadiens became the hero of his first match on the team by veteran striker Eric Staal, 36, who recently moved to his home country from Buffalo.
On the NHL jumbo team, Staal hit a meager three times in his first match of season 32, but the sound on the clock changed as soon as the shirt changed color.
Both Montreal and Edmonton are firmly attached to the playoffs.
The playoffs for the Canadian division are already starting to seem clear.
The other two places are going to Toronto and Winnipeg.
Colorado again a goal celebration
Only for the second time in the whole season in two matches in the match, Colorado's Mikko Rantanen, like Puljujärvi, grabbed one entry point in a 5–4 away win from Minnesota.
Terrifying Colorado settled the second set of the game with four goals, karate to a 4-1 lead.
In the final round, Minnesota was still close, but the Colorado leadership lasted.
Rantanen still continues in the top ten of the points exchange (38 matches 21 + 23 = 44).
Colorado splatters as the top division in the Western Division. Photo: Harrison Barden / USA Today Sports
Minnesota's Finnish guard Kaapo Kähkönen has not had much access to combat work recently.
After his winning streak in the last nine matches, Kähkönen has been able to play a meager two matches in the last three weeks.
Both have become defeats.
Boston Bruins – Philadelphia Flyers 2-3 and.
(1-1, 1-0, 0-1, 0-1)
Montreal Canadiens – Edmonton Oilers 3–2 and.
(0–1, 0–1, 2–0, 1–0) E: Jesse Puljujärvi 0 + 1
Winnipeg Jets – Ottawa Senators 4–3 (1–0, 3–1, 0–2)
St. Louis Blues – Vegas Golden Knights 1–6 (1–2, 0–4, 0–0) S: Ville Husso 14/19 rep.
Minnesota Wild – Colorado Avalanche 4–5 (1–0, 0–4, 3–1) C: Mikko Rantanen 0 + 1
Calgary Flames – Toronto Maple Leafs x – x (0-0, 0-2, x – x)
Los Angeles Kings – Arizona Coyotes x – x (1-3, x – x, x – x)