NHL game Chicago – Las Vegas. Pictured is Czech goalkeeper Petr Mrázek in Chocag on February 21, 2023.
New York – Petr Mrázek helped Chicago hockey players win 3:2 in the NHL in the NHL and was announced third star of the match. The Czech goalkeeper caught all three runs in the shootout. Vítek Vaněček let in four goals from 17 shots in New Jersey's 2-5 defeat of Montreal. Lukáš Dostál saved six of Tampa Bay's 44 shots, which beat Anaheim 6:1.
No Czech player scored in Tuesday's games, but Jakub Vrána played in the NHL for the first time since October 15, and after the game he was happy about Detroit's 3:1 win in Washington. The native of Prague played eleven and a half minutes, during which he scored twice and added one positive point to the plus/minus statistics. On the other hand, Filip Zadina did not fit into the Red Wings lineup.
Chicago lost 0:1 and 1:2. Keegan Kolesar beat Mrázek from close range in the fourth minute, but Cole Guttman equalized in the first period from a breakaway. From a quick counterattack, Jack Eichel took the lead for the Vegas side with a shot over Mrázek's jumper. Tyler Johnson had the last word, who equalized in 59:05 and was the only one to make it in the raids.
Chicago also scored in overtime, but Patrick Kane's goal was overturned by the referee after a video review because it fell after five minutes of overtime expired. “I thought it was going to count because the snap we had was one-tenths to go. I guess the record is a little late. We had to beat them twice like that,” Chicago coach Luke Richardson said.
Vaněček took his first regular-season loss since December 28, despite only 17 shots on him. “But we gave them an abnormal amount of good chances,” New Jersey coach Lindy Ruff said. “Apparently the team was tired, it already looked sleepy in the morning. We played a lot of matches, several players are fighting viruses. But I don't want to make excuses,” he added.
At the start of the match, Vaneček was beaten by Justin Barron with a shot between the concrete blocks. After Jesper Bratt equalized, Montreal jumped to 4:1. At the start of the second period, Jonathan Kovacevic and Nick Suzuki scored within 73 seconds. In the 46th minute, the Czech goalkeeper was powerless against the interplay, which was finished by Rem Pitlick into the open goal. New Jersey made the game even more dramatic with a hit by Dawson Mercer, but Mike Matheson took away his hope for a point gain while playing without a goalkeeper.
Dostal, who conceded seven times from 44 shots last time in Buffalo, resisted until the 28th minute. But Tampa Bay got going and took a 6-0 lead at 42:23. The first two goals came from the left circle after shots from Nick Paul and Ross Colton. Anaheim's defense left Dostál on the edge, and Anthony Cirelli, Brayden Point and Corey Perry made their mark from close range. Zach Bogosian made the remaining shot from the blue line. Ryan Strome scored an honorable victory for the guests.
“We have a rebuilding team,” Anaheim coach Dallas Eakins said after finishing. “We played yesterday and after a great first period, we're energized. Against a team like Tampa, you have to play perfectly the whole game, but we weren't able to keep up the pace,” the coach said.
The crow has had a hard time. At the end of last year, he underwent a roughly two-month assistance program of the NHL and the players' association NHLPA, which helps hockey players and their families in case of psychological problems, addictions and other matters. He then waited for a chance in Grand Rapids in the AHL, where he got into shape after an embarrassing start and collected ten points (6+4) in the last nine games.
His return was made pleasant by Pius Suter, who participated in Detroit's win with two goals. Ville Husso also made 26 saves for the team. Washington lost fifth straight.
Ryan O'Reilly scored for the first time since being traded from St. Louis and led Toronto to a 6-3 win in Buffalo with a straight hat trick. He was ably seconded by Mitchell Marner, who assisted on five goals and equaled the club record for assists in an away game. John Tavares scored four points (1+3). The Canadian club with David Kämpf in the lineup already led 4:0 in the 13th minute.
Connor McDavid secured Edmonton's 4:2 win over Philadelphia with two goals at the end. The leader of the Oilers at the top of the scorers' table with 44 hits jumped the second David Pastrňák from Boston by three goals. In the game, the Canadian forward also surpassed the 800-point mark in his career (283+519). He reached the milestone in the 545th game, with only four players faster – Wayne Gretzky (352), Mario Lemieux (410), Mike Bossy (525) and Peter Stastny (531).
Carolina – St. Louis 4:1 (2:0, 1:1, 1:0)
Goals: 2. and 8. A. Svečnikov, 37. Aho, 43. Jarvis – 24. Faulk . Shots on goal: 36:36. Spectators: 18,142. Stars of the match: 1. A. Svechnikov, 2. Andersen, 3. Jarvis (all Carolina).
New Jersey – Montreal 2:5 (1:1, 0:2, 1:2 )
Goals: 14. Bratt, 52. Mercer – 4. Barron, 23. Kovacevic, 24. Suzuki, 46. Pitlick, 57. Matheson. Shots on goal: 40:18. Vítek Vaněček he caught 59:50 minutes for New Jersey, conceded four goals from 17 shots and had a 76.5 percent shooting success rate. Spectators: 14,854. Stars of the match: 1. Montembeault, 2. Suzuki, 3. Barron (all Montreal).
Tampa Bay – Anaheim 6:1 (0:0, 4:0, 2:1)< /strong>
Goals: 28. Paul, 30. Colton, 31. Cirelli, 34. Bogosian, 42. Point, 43. Perry – 47. D. Strome. Shots on goal: 44:25. Lukáš Dostál he caught the entire match for Anaheim, conceding six goals from 44 shots and had a success rate of 86.4 percent. Spectators: 19,092. Stars of the match: 1. Perbix, 2. Paul, 3. Colton (all Tampa Bay).
Washington – Detroit 1:3 (1:2, 0:0, 0:1)< /strong>
Goals: 16. Wilson – 15. and 47. P. Suter, 11. Hägg. Shots on goal: 27:25. Spectators: 18,573. Stars of the match: 1. P. Suter, 2. Husso (both Detroit), 3. Wilson (Washington).
Buffalo – Toronto 3:6 (0:4, 0:1, 3 :1)
Goals: 46. Quinn, 49. Tuch, 57. Skinner – 4., 5. and 59. O'Reilly, 8. Tavares, 13. Bunting, 35. W. Nylander. Shots on goal: 32:29. Spectators: 18,641. Stars of the match: 1. O'Reilly, 2. Marner, 3. Tavares (all Toronto).
Minnesota – Los Angeles 2:1 (0:0, 1:0, 1:1 )
Goals: 21. and 56. Hartman – 60. Kopitar. Shots on goal: 20:34. Spectators: 18,012. Stars of the match: 1. Hartman, 2. Gustavsson, 3. Spurgeon (all Minnesota).
Nashville – Vancouver 5-4 after sam. raids (1:0, 2:2, 1:2 – 0:0)
Goals: 5. C. Smith, 28. Tomasino, 40. Niederreiter, 48. Mikael Granlund, decisive sam. raid Duchene – 33rd and 60th Kuzmenko, 40th Dries, 59th Garland. Shots on goal: 26:39. Spectators: 17,161. Stars of the match: 1. Niederreiter, 2. Pärssinen, 3. Tomasino (all Nashville).
Chicago – Vegas 3-2 after sam. raids (1:1, 0:1, 1:0 – 0:0)
Goals: 60th and decisive sam. raid T. Johnson, 13. Guttman – 4. Kolesar, 32. Eichel. Shots on goal: 39:36. Petr Mrázek he caught the entire game for Chicago, conceding two goals from 36 shots and had a success rate of 94.4 percent. Spectators: 18,083. Stars of the match: 1. T. Johnson, 3. Guttman, 3. Mrázek (all Chicago).
Edmonton – Philadelphia 4:2 (1 :1, 0:1, 3:0)
Goals: 53. and 58. McDavid, 20. Barrie, 47. Draisaitl – 11. Cates, 32. Tippett. Shots on goal: 27:26. Spectators: 18,347. Stars of the game: 1. Draisaitl, 2. McDavid (both Edmonton), 3. Tippett (Philadelphia).
Eastern Conference:< /p>
|2.< /td>||Toronto||58||35||8||15||200:156< /td>||78|
|2.< /td>||New Jersey||57||37||5||15||197:154||79|
|3.||NY Rangers||57||33< /td>||9||15||192:156||75|
|4.< /td>||NY Islanders||60||29||7||24||175:170||65|
|5 .||Nashville||55||27||6||22||157: 167||60|
|2.||Los Angeles||58< /td>||32||7||19||197:195||71||3.||Edmonton||58||31||8||19||218:193||70|
Canadian NHL Scoring:
|3.||Kučerov||( Tampa Bay)||56||80||(21+59)|
|6.||E. Karlsson||(San Jose)||58||76||(18+58)|
|9.||J. Hughes||(New Jersey)||53||71||(35+36)|
1. McDavid (Edmonton) 44 goals, 2. Pastrňák (Boston) 41, 3. Rantanen (Colorado), T. Thompson (Buffalo) both 36, 5. J. Hughes (New Jersey), Horvat ( NY Islanders) both 35, 7. Draisaitl (Edmonton), J. Robertson (Dallas), Scheifele (Winnipeg) all 34, 10. Point (Tampa Bay), Kaprizov (Minnesota) both 33, …47. Nečas (Carolina) 22, 66. Chytil (NY Rangers) 19, 93. D. Kubalik (Detroit) 16.