Hockey Visiting Montreal knocked down Vancouver 5-2 – Tampa Bay winning streak breaks 2-5 loss to Columbus

The Finns did not score points in the encounter with the big Canadian teams.

Hockey In the NHL, the Montreal Canadiens, who were in the Canadian teams division, knocked down the Vancouver Canucks 5-2.

The Finnish players did not get points this time. Playing in the ranks of Vancouver Olli Juolevi. From Montreal were on the ice Jesperi Kotkaniemi and Artturi Lehkonen, but Joel Armia was out of the game due to a concussion he suffered in a previous match.

Evening in other matches, the Boston Bruins defeated the Philadelphia Flyers with a one-sided 6-1 lead. Boston goalkeeper Tuukka Rask did not participate in the game today.

The St. Louis Blues, on the other hand, defeated the Los Angeles Kings 4-2. Ville Husso was a substitute goalkeeper for St. Louis.

His season strongly started Tampa Bay Lightning koki their first defeat late Saturday in Finnish time, when the host team Columbus Blue Jackets took the victory by 5–2.

General manager Jarmo Kekäläinen led by the Blue Jackets, took the 3–2 lead already in the first set, and after a goal-free second set, the host team added two more goals in the third set.

The Finnish players of the teams were not seen on the match. The unused reserve goalkeepers were in Columbus Joonas Korpisalo and Tampa Bay Christopher Gibson. Mikko Koivu and Patrik Laine were absent from the Columbus lineup.

Wave transfer to the Columbus blue jacket was announced only hours before the match.


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