NHL game Philadelphia – NY Rangers, March 1, 2023. From right, Filip Chytil of the New York Rangers and Scott Laughton of the Philadelphia Flyers.
New York – Ondřej Palát helped the New Jersey hockey players win 7:5 on the ice of Colorado with a goal in the NHL. His teammate Vítek Vaněček conceded five times from 19 shots and in the 42nd minute he substituted after the goal to make it 5:6. David Kämpf's hit was not enough for Toronto and they lost 2:5 in Edmonton. Martin Nečas also scored, but he lost 2:3 with Carolina in Vegas. Filip Chytil assisted in overtime on the goal of the New York Rangers, who won in Philadelphia 3:2. Thanks to Radek Faksa's assist, Dallas defeated Arizona 4:2 at home.
Palat drove from the right side with the puck in front of the goal and opened the scoring after 67 seconds of play. The Czech striker had not scored in the previous six games and scored a goal for the first time since February 6.
New Jersey already led 3:0 in the 13th minute and even 5:1 at 25:53. Colorado did not give up and beat Vaněček three times between the 28th and 30th minutes. At the end of the second period, Dawson Mercer made it 6-4, scoring in the seventh game in a row and collecting four points (1+3) in the game. The 21-year-old striker was declared the first star of the match.
“We knew that in the last matches they scored in the opening two minutes, so we emphasized that we had to start well,” commented Tomáš Tatar, one of the seven scorers of the team, who made it 3-0. “We made some mistakes, but I didn't get nervous even when they scored three quick goals. I liked how we played overall and the guys showed how resilient they are and they got through a tough third period,” Devils coach Lindy Ruff said.
At the start of the third period, Valerij Ničuškin forced Vaněček out of the penalty area. Substitute goalkeeper Akira Schmid missed 12 shots and Nico Hischier sealed the Devils' 40th win in the 60th game of the season during the home team's power play. Nathan MacKinnon scored the two goals for the losers.
Palát scored his seventh goal of the season, as did Kämpf, who equalized in Edmonton with a shot from the circle in the 13th minute to make it 1-1. But the home team bounced back quickly, leading 3:1 after the first period and 5:1 in the 38th minute. Connor McDavid scored three points (2+1) and became the fifth player in NHL history to score at least two goals in the fifth game in a row. The Canadian striker leads the scorers' table with 52 hits, ten goals back is David Pastrňák from Boston in second place.
“I was playing well before this series, I just didn't feel like it. Now I'm getting rebounds and everything seems to be working out for me. Sometimes it is,” McDavid said of his current shooting form. He tied Alexander Mogilny and Mario Lemieux. The run of six games with at least two goals was only achieved a century ago by Punch Broadbent and Joe Malone.
Carolina lost 0-1 and 1-2 after Jack Eichel's goals, but each time equalized. In the first case, after Nečas's action. The Czech attacker received the puck in the defensive zone, penetrated the left side into the attacking third, guided the puck between the circles and scored the 24th goal of the season. The Hurricanes tied the score for the second time in the 53rd minute with a goal by Jordan Staal, but Reilly Smith gave Vegas the win moments later.
Vladimir Tarasenko was involved in all three Rangers goals. He assisted on Mika Zibanejad's first goal of the game in regulation time and assisted on Chris Kreider's equalizer in the 51st minute to make it 2-2. The Russian striker then decided on the win in overtime of individual events when he took the puck from Chytil in the middle zone and made his way with a shot from the left circle. they drive in. We're playing,” said Tarasenko, who came to New York in February from St. Louis. Another Rangers signing Patrick Kane should make his debut in the next game.
Dallas turned the match against Arizona, whose substitute Karel Vejmelka remained, from 0:2. Tyler Seguin contributed to the turnaround with three points (2+1) and in the 57th minute he sealed a 4:2 win in the weakening after Fakso's action. The Czech attacker won the puck after a faulty pass, got rid of the defender with a puller and finished it himself. After his shot, the puck bounced a few centimeters in front of the goal line and Seguin knocked it into the empty net.
Philadelphia – NY Rangers 2:3 in overtime (1:1, 1:0, 0:1 – 0:1)
Goals: 16. Tippett, 32. Laughton – 3. Zibanejad, 51. Kreider, 63. Tarasenko (Caught ). Shots on goal: 28:25. Spectators: 19,534. Stars of the match: 1. Tarasenko, 2. Shestorkin (both NY Rangers), 3. Tippett (Philadelphia).
Edmonton – Toronto 5:2 (3:1, 2:0, 0:1)
Goals: 4. and 14. McDavid, 19. Hyman, 29. Yamamoto, 38. Kostin – 13. Kämpf, 42. Marner. Shots on goal: 32:28. Spectators: 18,347. Stars of the match: 1. McDavid, 2. Kostin, 3. Nugent-Hopkins (all Edmonton).
Dallas – Arizona 4:2 (1:2, 1:0, 2:0)
Goals : 22nd and 57th Seguin (second Faksa), 19th Hintz, 45th Heiskanen – 11th Hayton, 14th Keller. Shots on goal: 41:20. Spectators: 18,045. Stars of the match: 1. Seguin, 2. Hintz (both Dallas), 3. Välimäki (Arizona).
Colorado – New Jersey 5:7 (1:3, 3:3, 1:1)
Goals: 20. and 29. MacKinnon, 28. Rantanen, 30. Compher, 42. Ničushkin – 2. Palat, 8. Bastian, 12. Tatar, 24. Hamilton, 26. Wood, 37. Mercer, 59. Hischier. Shots on goal: 31:29. Vítek Vaněček played 41:26 minutes for New Jersey, scored five goals from 19 shots and had a hit rate of 73.7 percent. Spectators: 18,131. Stars of the match: 1. Mercer (New Jersey), 2. Lehkonen, 3. MacKinnon (both Colorado).
Anaheim – Washington 2:3 in overtime. (1:1, 0:0, 1:1 – 0:1)
Goals: 14. Terry, 45. Zegras – 41. and 62. Wilson, 9. Fehérváry. Shots on goal: 23:39. Spectators: 14,279. Stars of the match: 1. Wilson (Washington), 2. Terry, 3. Gibson (both Anaheim).
Vegas – Carolina 3:2 (0:0, 2:1, 1:1)
Goals: 26. and 39. Eichel, 57. R. Smith – 34. Nečas, 53. J. Staal. Shots on goal: 20:26. Spectators: 17,669. Stars of the match: 1. Eichel, 2. Theodore, 3. R. Smith (all Vegas).
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