NHL roundup: Isles end 11-game slip with victory over Senators

NHL: New York Islanders at the Ottawa Senators
December 7, 2021; Ottawa, Ontario, CAN; Defending Ottawa Senator Thomas Chabot (72 years old) skates in front of the left wing of New York Islander Anders Lee (27) during the first period at the Canadian Tire Center. Required credit: Marc DesRosiers-USA Sports TODAY

December 8, 2021

Anders Lee scored twice on Tuesday night for visitors New York Island, who broke an 11-game losing streak and secured their first win in more than a month by beating the Ottawa Senators 5-. 3.

The islanders have been away 0-8-3 since November 7, a period in which they have been ravaged by injuries and the COVID-19 outbreak. The longest losing streak for New York since a 14-game slip (0-11-3) in 2010.

Oliver Wahlstrom scored 27 seconds before Lee’s second goal midway through – a tally that gave the Islanders the first multiple goals since their previous win, a 2–0 win over the Winnipeg Jets on 6 November .

Josh Norris, Nick Holden and Alex Formenton scored for the Senators, whose three-game winning streak has been severed. Ottawa has not won more than three games in a row since a six-game winning streak from March 2 to March 11, 2017.

Blues 4, Panthers 3 (OT)

Pavel Buchnevich scored the winning goal when St. Short-handed Louis came back to visit Florida in extra time.

Vladimir Tarasenko, Brayden Schenn and Brandon Saad also scored for the Blues, who only dressed 17 skaters due to injuries, COVID-19 protocols and salary cap issues. In the match, they lost Ville Husso and defender Jake Walman to injury.

Aleksander Barkov, who returned from eight games with a lower back injury, scored for the Panthers alongside Brandon Montour and Jonathan Huberdeau.

Rangers 6, Blackhawks 2

Artemi Panarin scored two goals and provided two assists while visiting Chicago-top New York to extend his winning streak to seven games.

New York’s Chris Kreider scored a goal to take the lead, playing strong early in the third half and adding an assist. Jacob Trouba and Kevin Rooney both had one goal and one assist, and Barclay Goodrow also scored. New York’s Adam Fox, Ryan Reaves and Mika Zibanejad have scored two assists each.

Erik Gustafsson and Kirby Dach were the scorers for the Blackhawks.

Wild 4, Oilers 1

Joel Eriksson Ek has one goal and one assist, Cam Talbot makes 38 saves and Minnesota records a seventh straight win over hosts Edmonton.

Marcus Foligno, Victor Rask and Dmitry Kulikov have also scored for Red-hot Wild, who have earned at least one point in eight straight games and have not lost by regulation since November 20.

Jesse Puljujarvi scored the only goal for Edmonton. Connor McDavid and Zach Hyman each had an assist for the Oilers, who have lost three games in a row for the first time this season. Mikko Koskinen missed 22 of 26 shots and failed 12-4-0.

Shark 5, Flame 3

Tomas Hertl scored a hat trick as hosts San Jose erased a two-goal shortfall with four going unresolved against Calgary.

Logan Couture added one goal and two assists while Erik Karlsson scored one goal and an assist for the Sharks, who beat the skateboarder two games by claiming the opener to a house of seven battle. San Jose’s Adin Hill made 40 saves, while Brent Burns and Alexander Barabanov both created two assists.

Dillon Dube, Johnny Gaudreau and Adam Ruzicka – his first NHL target – responded to the Flames, who dropped two games in a row to end a four-game road trip. Dan Vladar saves 22 shots.

Duck 2, Sabers 0

Trevor Zegras and Sonny Milano teamed up for one of the most unique goals in NHL history and visited Anaheim to win by a margin against Buffalo.

Zegras was behind Buffalo goal as he lifted the ball with his blade and then flipped it over the back of the net. Milano was placed in front of the crossbar, and he shot into the net to take a 1-0 lead at 5:14 of the second half. Anthony Stolarz has made 25 saves on his second appearance in his past three games for Anaheim.

Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen made 21 saves on his debut last season for the Sabers, who have lost five in a row and nine of their past 10 games.

Storm No. 4, Storm No. 2

Carolina scored two goals in power matches and beat hosts Winnipeg to usher in a five-game run.

Jaccob Slavin, Sebastian Aho, Martin Necas and Vincent Trocheck scored for Carolina, who have won their head-to-head matches in six games with just one win. Frederik Andersen, who has not played in the last two games, has made 16 saves for the Hurricanes.

Nikolaj Ehlers and Pierre-Luc Dubois scored in the second half for Winnipeg, while Connor Hellebuyck saved 30 shots.

Predators 5, Red Wings 2

Ryan Johansen, Roman Josi and Dante Fabbro each had a goal and two assists and a visit to Nashville broke Detroit’s five-game winning streak.

Eeli Tolvanen and Nick Cousins ​​also scored for Nashville, while David Rittich made 14 saves.

Robby Fabbri and Michael Rasmussen scored for Detroit and Alex Nedeljkovic saved 28 shots.

Lightning 3, Canadianiens 2

Ondrej Palat scored the winning goal with 38 seconds of play while visiting Tampa Bay scoring twice late to beat Montreal through injury.

Pat Maroon also beat Lightning, who took his fourth straight win and improved to 8-2-2 on the road. Vasilevskiy made 21 saves to make it 12-1-2 in his career against the Canadian team.

Montreal’s Nick Suzuki had one goal and one assist to give him 100 career points, and Mike Hoffman also scored.

Maple Leafs 5, Blue Jackets 4

Auston Matthews has two goals and one assist, Morgan Rielly has the best career record with four assists and Toronto beat Columbus.

Matthews has scored in seven consecutive games (10 goals) for the second time in his career. William Nylander added a goal and an assist while Nick Ritchie and John Tavares each scored one for the Maple Leafs, who had lost their previous two games.

Oliver Bjorkstrand scored twice for Columbus and Sean Kuraly and Max Domi scored one each.

–School Level Sessions NHL roundup: Isles end 11-game slip with victory over Senators

Huynh Nguyen

USTimeToday is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button