Edmonton Oilers, preparing for the playoffs in second place in the Canadian division, squatted at home against Vancouver and suffered a 3-6 loss.
The evening of Mikko Koskinen, the oil guard's second guard on duty, was black and white.
Koskinen fired the first four shots behind his back, and the Finnish goalkeeper, who defeated zero times, was replaced by a goal in a 0–4 situation after just over 12 minutes of play.
The Oilers still rose with two goals at the end of the opening round according to the game.
The latter was fired by Jesse Puljujärvi, who finished 14th in the season.
Chain mates Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl cheated, and Puljujärvi fired from the b-point into the back corner of a handsome second-generation hit.
However, the onset of the disaster was the fate of Edmonton, and it did not get underway properly.
The stock market’s superior No. 1 McDavid scored all three goals for the team.
McDavid is just four points away from the ghost limit of a hundred points.
For 52 matches he has forged incomprehensible powers 31 + 65 = 96.
Draisaitl is second on the points exchange, 19 points behind his teammate.
Toronto’s third Mitch Marner is already 30 points behind McDavid.
McDavid have scored an average of 1.85 points per match this season.
It is a very reading since Mario Lemieux and the 1995-96 season.
McDavid effectively plays one of the all-time seasons. Photo: Darryl Dyck / ZUMA / MVPhotos
With a full 82-match season, McDavid would now be at an incomprehensible rate of 151 points.
In addition to Lemieux and Wayne Gretzky, only Steve Yzerman (155, 1988-89) and Phil Esposito (152, 1970-71) have reached a tougher period in NHL history.
Historically hard readings are also seen on the paint exchange.
Toronton Auston Matthews scored in the match against Montrealia in the 40th season.
They are born in only 49 matches, meaning the US has scored 0.82 goals per match.
Matthews ’goal pace is also very much in the NHL since Lemieux’s horror of 1995-96.
Matthews is now the scorer in his own caste. Photo: David Kirouac / ZUMA
Matthews would have 67 goals in full season.
For example, it would be more than where Aleksandr Ovetshkin, considered the best goal gun of all time, achieved in the most effective 65 goals of his career in the 2007-08 season.
Boston Bruins – New York Rangers 4–0 (2–0, 1–0, 1–0)
Carolina Hurricanes – Chicago Blackhawks 1-2 and.
(1–0, 0–0, 0–1, 0–1) Ca: Jani Hakanpää 0 + 1
New York Islanders – New Jersey Devils 1-2 (0-1, 1-1, 0-0)
Pittsburgh Penguins – Buffalo Sabers 8–4 (2–1, 3–2, 3–1) P: Kasperi Kapanen 1 + 1, B: Rasmus Ristolainen 0 + 2
Toronto Maple Leafs – Montreal Canadiens 5–2 (4–0, 0–1, 1–1) M: Artturi Lehkonen 1 + 0
Edmonton Oilers – Vancouver Canucks 3–6 (2–4, 0–1, 1–1) E: Jesse Puljujärvi 1 + 0, Mikko Koskinen 0/4 ref.