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The Capitals may well have lost much more than a simple hockey game in a setback of 2 to 1 against the Blue Jackets in Columbus on Saturday night in Washington, dc.
In effect, the goalkeeper Braden Holtby was forced to leave the meeting in the second period after receiving the palette from Cam Atkinson directly into one eye. Cutting in front of the net, the attacker of “Jackets” was accidentally sent to the tip of his stick between the grids of the mask of Holtby. The latter quickly led to the bench of his own, with his eye’s closed and was replaced by Pheonix Copley.
Pre-injury, the goalkeeper number one of the Capitals allowed Atkinson to register a net in the first period. Enjoying a magnificent relay of Markus Nutivaara, the small attacker is presented alone in front of Holtby and beat him with a deke to the backhand. It was his 25th success of the season.
Evgeny Kuznetsov has allowed the Capitals to send the game in overtime, beating the goalie Joonas Korpisalo in the last minutes of regulation time.
Unfortunately for the supporters present at the Capital One Arena, Artemi Panarin sealed the outcome of the game with his 16th goal of the season. He has extended his series of matches with at least a point to 10.
Sean Kuraly is in charge of the Maple Leafs
In Toronto, the attacker Sean Kuraly has posted the best game of his young career in a victory of 3 to 2 of the Boston Bruins against the Maple Leafs.
Kuraly has participated in all the nets of his own, scoring one goal and two assists. It is a first evening of three points for himself in the national hockey League (NHL) in 127 games.
The athlete of 25 years began his productive evening by building the success of David Krejci. After seeing the crowd favorites take the lead, thanks to goals from Andreas Johnsson and Mitchell Marner, Kuraly scored his fifth goal of the season. He then allowed David Pastrnak putting the Bruins in front for good.
The Lightning still found a way to win
In Buffalo, the Tampa Bay Lightning is back in the third to finally beat the Sabres 5 to 3.
The troupe of Jon Cooper has won a third consecutive victory and a 18eà its last 20 outings.
It is Steven Stamkos, who has orchestrated the rise of his own. He first provided an assist on the tying goal from Nikita Kucherov, and he then entered the net winner. The captain of the “Bolts” now has a total of 51 points in 45 games this season.
The other markers of the Lightning have been Ryan Callahan, Ondrej Palat and Brayden Point, while San Reinhart, Tage Thompson and Marco Scandella have assured the replica for the Sabres.