Hockey Patrik Laine scored the winning goal, Miro Heiskanen had a fierce minute

Barkov sealed Florida’s victory with his season-opening finish.

Hockey In the NHL, the Columbus Blue Jackets knocked down Seattle Kraken, who joined the series this season, in their home court with an extra time of 2-1. Columbus became a hero in the middle of last season by joining the team Patrik Laine.

The Finnish striker scored Columbus’ victory goal after the extra time was played on 2.16. Columbus Finnish goalkeeper Joonas Korpisalo was not in turn. Seattle striker Joonas Donskoi was left without power points, but enjoyed the trough for well over 17 minutes.

Moved to Boston Bruins for this season Erik Haula scored his team’s 2-1 win, while Boston beat the Dallas Stars 3-1. Haula fed at the beginning of the final batch Jake DeBruskin paint. Dallas’ Finnish quintet was left without power points in the match, but a star defender Miro Heiskanen clocked the wild readings in the trough, over 28 minutes.

Florida Panthers knocked down the New York Islanders 5-1. Florida captain, Finnish striker Alexander Barkov, scored the fifth goal of his team. The success of the final was Barkov’s first goal this season.

The Florida hero was a Canadian striker Sam Bennett, who scored three goals for the Islanders net.

Florida Anton Lundell missed points but toiled in the trough for 15 minutes. Instead Eetu Luostarinen mixed Olli Juolevi were in the auditorium and Markus Nutivaara injured.

Islanders Finnish striker Leo Komarov played for nearly 11 minutes and suffered one penalty.

Chicago Blackhawks missed the Pittsburgh Penguins completely in the opening round.

After the opening round at 11.25, Pittsburgh led the match 4-0. That was enough for an experienced goalkeeper who moved to Chicago this season Marc-Andre Fleury and the Canadian made room for Finland Kevin Lankinen.

The 2019 World Champion goalkeeper eventually stopped 15 shots in the match, but Pittsburgh still won the fight by 5-2 goals. Pittsburgh’s last goal bait Kasperi Kapanen.

The Vancouver Canucks suffered a 1-3 loss as a guest of the Detroit Red Wings. A Finnish striker who moved to Vancouver just at the beginning of the season Juho Lammikko got a playing time of less than seven minutes in the match. The pond blocked two shots from Detroit players and in addition he was in the trough undercutting for 50 seconds to kill the cool.


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