Kapanen got an entry point into his account in a 5-4 overtime win.
Winger Kasperi Kapanen appeared to his advantage when he finally got into real action in the ranks of the Pittsburgh Penguins in the hockey NHL after visa difficulties.
Kapanen got one point for his account when Penguins took over the captain Sidney Crosbyn scored a 5-4 overtime victory over Washington Capitals.
Kapanen started Colton Sceviourin 1-1 leveling with its strong transport and good shot.
Kapanen only got ten minutes of playing time, but he was still one of the most prominent players on his team.
Responsibility didn’t actually grow up after the match at a press conference where Kapanen arrived with team superstar Crosby.
Kapanen was waiting for the long haul when the captain who solved the match was able to answer questions. Eventually, Kapanen also got out loud when asked what it felt like to finally get into real action in the organization that originally booked him.
“Thank you for asking me a question as well,” Kapanen began, making Crosby sitting next to him burst out laughing.
“It felt good, of course. It’s been a long time since I was here. The training camp was missed, but being with the guys and finally getting to play was something I had been waiting for for a long time. ”