Buffalo Sabers ’season has once again been accustomed to gloomy, but after its recent, almost historic-scale losing streak, it has managed to improve its results.
On Sunday’s round, unpressurized Sabers hit hard-hitting Pittsburgh 4-2 at home.
Arttu Ruotsalainen won the first paces in the first shift.
Swedish and chain mate Dylan Cozens escaped to a superior attack, and the Finnish pocket rocket fired a 1-0 goal directly from the feed after just 26 seconds of play.
Buffalo held the wires in his hands throughout the fight and settled the match by escaping the final round to a 3-0 lead.
The Swede, 23, who appeared on the edge of the triple chain and in second superiority, clocked the ice time for just over 16 minutes.
After six NHL matches, he has a 2 + 0 stack.
Vancouver returned wonderfully
Vancouver, who had broken the worst coronation race of the NHL season, returned to the pitch in a home game against Toronto.
It had been three and a half weeks since the previous match in Vancouver, and the team’s striking ability was a full question mark.
However, the return of the Canucks was handsome.
In overtime, it knocked out the division’s top team Bo Horvat with a score of 3–2.
- I couldn't be more proud of our guys.
We wanted that victory.
This feels good.
Not only for the organization, but also for the families, Captain Horvat glowed after the match.
Vancouver returned victorious.Photo: Bob Frid / USA Today Sports
In recent weeks, a Brazilian virus variant has raged in the Canucks.
More than 20 of the team members received a positive corona test result, and some were reported to be in very poor condition.
- I felt pretty good today.
Not quite one hundred percent, of course, but better than I thought, Quinn Hughes said.
Vancouver is facing a fierce wrinkle at the end of the regular season.
Due to missed matches, it is scheduled to play 19 matches in 32 days.
The Canucks ’chances of the playoffs are no longer very slim.
Boston Bruins – Washington Capitals 6–3 (2–1, 3–2, 1–0) B: Tuukka Rask 30/33 rep.
New Jersey Devils – NY Rangers 3–5 (0–2, 1–1, 2–2) NY: Kaapo Kakko 0 + 1
Buffalo Sabers – Pittsburgh Penguins 4–2 (1–0, 1–0, 2–2) B: Arttu Ruotsalainen 1 + 0
Anaheim Ducks – Vegas Golden Knights 2–5 (1–2, 1–2, 0–1)
Philadelphia Flyers – NY Islanders 0–1 and.
(0-0, 0-0, 0-0, 0-1)
Vancouver Canucks – Toronto Maple Leafs 3–2 and.
(0-1, 1-1, 1-0, 1-0)