A first goal for Jérémy Lauzon

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In his fifth game in the national hockey League (NHL), the Quebec Jérémy Lauzon scored his first career goal, in a victory of 4 to 1 of the Bruins against the Golden Knights Vegas, Sunday, in Boston.

Lauzon took advantage of a bad exit of the goalkeeper Malcolm Subban, who played against his former team, to give two goals to advance to the local favorites.

A native of Val-d’or, the champion of 21-year-old was selected in the second round, with the 52nd selection overall, in the NHL draft in 2015. After his stay of four seasons with the Huskies of Rouyn-Noranda, in the national hockey League major junior of Quebec, Lauzon played a full season with the Bruins of Providence, in the american League, before getting a chance this year in Boston.

He had scored one goal and four points in eight meetings with the affiliate before being recalled by the Bruins on the 29th of October.

With one assist in the win, Patrice Bergeron has taken only the first rank of the pointers of the NHL with nine goals and 25 points in 17 parts. Several players, including the attacker of the Colorado Avalanche, Mikko Rantanen, however, could reach or exceed it, later in the evening.

In addition to Lauzon, Danton Heinen, Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak have also foiled Subban, who made 33 stops. Only Cody Eakin has deceived the vigilance of Jaroslav Halak, who has been put to the test 38 times.

The Devils return home

Mark Scheifele and Blake Wheeler have once again joined forces to help the Jets defeat the New Jersey Devils by a score of 5 to 2, in Winnipeg.

Scheifele has tallied two goals and an assist, while Wheeler is acting as an accomplice to two successes. The two players have amassed 13 points in the last two games of the team.

Wheeler has also collected at least a point in a 10th consecutive, claiming the two threads and 19 points during the sequence.

The Devils have for their part brought an end to a journey difficult of seven games on the rinks adverse, showing a record of 1-6-0 during the trip.

In addition to Scheifele, Jack Roslovic, Nikolaj Ehlers and Mathieu Perreault have threaded the needle for the crowd favorites, while Brett Seney, with his first career goal, and Blake Coleman were replicated.

Connor Hellebuyck was pushed out of 34 shots and his vis-à-vis Cory Schneider has been tested 28 times.