Chicago goalkeeper Marc-Andre Fleury became the third goalkeeper in NHL history to win 500 games.
Montreal / New York
Hockey There were ten games played in the NHL this round.
Chicago Blackhawks Finnish striker Henrik Borgström scored their second and final goal of the match at the same time as Chicago defeated the Montreal Canadiens 2-0 in a low-key match.
Other Finnish players were left without power points in the match.
The match was especially significant for the Blackhawks goalkeeper Marc-Andre Fleury. With the match, the 37-year-old Canadian became the third goalkeeper in NHL history to win 500 games. Fleury rejected in the match 30 times.
Montreal in the lineup, a U.S.-born who played his second NHL match skated Jesse Ylönen. Montreal coach Dominique Ducharme said Published by NHL.com before the match in an interview that a Finnish player promoted to a league from a lower league has potential.
“He’s a young player who needs some time. We’re in a situation where we can put him into a lineup for a few games, ”to see how he plays and how he’s evolved this season.
Ylönen was the choice for the second round of Montreal in 2018.
Playing in the ranks of Montreal Joel Armia was out of the field due to injury. Sami Niku was in turn out of the assembly due to a positive corona test result a week ago.
New York The Finnish striker of Nashville was responsible for the final goal of the match between Islanders and Nashville Predators Eeli Tolvanen. Tolvanen shot Nashville to victory with 11 and a half seconds left in the match.
The match ends 4 – 3. For the New York Islanders, the loss was already the twelfth of the previous 13 matches.
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