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In their first game of the season with the Senators, former Montreal Canadiens Alex Galchenyuk made sure to make a good impression with his powerful play goal in a 4-3 overtime loss to Gates on Tuesday, in Ottawa.

The third overall pick in the 2012 NHL Draft fired a shot received in the middle of a showdown circuit that left goalkeeper Laurent Brossuit no chance.

Jalchenok, who has been wearing the colors of a fifth team in less than three years, started the season with the reserve team. Tuesday, the injured Tim Stotzel was replaced in training.

Nikolai Eilers scored the winning goal in overtime by beating Matt Murray, just as Adam Lowry, Kyle Connor and Josh Morrissey had done before him. The goalkeeper saved 24 times.

Josh Norris will also remember the match as he scored his first goal of his career, now in six matches on the Batman Tour, all with the Senators. The first round selection was, 19e Public Choice, 2017 San Jose Sharks.

Chris Tierney also beat ProSuite, who had tested 41 times.

Hughes has the best of Lavrinier

At the heart of a duel between the last two choices in the draft National Hockey League, Jack Hughes was beating Alexis Lafrenière Tuesday night in a duel between New Jersey Devils and Rangers in New York.

The first player to be named at the 2019 Auction scored twice and assisted in a 4-3 victory.

For his part, Quebec was removed from the list of results. The first pick in the 2020 draft is still looking for his first point on the Bateman tour, having played a third match there.

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Hughes started off the season. The 19-year-old American has two wins and four assists in three matches. His impressive performance in the day allowed the Demons to sign a second win in 2021.

The other scorers for the winners were Travis Zajac and Miles Wood, while Blusherts’ response came from Chris Crider, Mika Zipanegad and Philip Sheetel.

In the loss, Adam Fox and Artemy Banarin received two passes each.

The pilots take their revenge

They were humiliated 6–1 the day before, and the Pilots got their revenge on the Buffalo Sealers by closing them 3–0 in a confrontation in Philadelphia.

Goalkeeper Brian Elliott saved 39 balls in the 41st minutee Shutdown from his long career.

The goalscorers in Pennsylvania were Travis Konikni, Jacob Vorasek, and Kevin Hayes (empty net).

Five more goals against the Black Hawks

Chicago Blackhawks used their third goalkeeper in four matches, but the score was the same. Illinois FC allowed exactly five goals in their fourth straight loss, this time in a 5-4 overtime loss to the Florida Panthers.

Kevin Lankienen was in his first ever National Hockey League match at the age of 25, and Finn banned 23 balls. He was defeated by Carter Verhagy twice and Patrick Hornqvist, Keith Yandel and Frank Vatrano, the latter in an extra period.

Dominic Kubalik scored two goals in the loss. Former Quebec player Philip Korachev scored his first National Hockey League goal in his third career match. Patrick Kane also made the red light flash.

Penguins do it again in capitals

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In a second match in a row, the Penguins found a way to beat the Washington Capitals in overtime in a match presented in Pittsburgh.

This time they won 5 to 4. It was Sydney Crosby who played the champions after regulation time. This is the third success of the “pens” leader in four matches this season.

Anchor Bobby Ryan!

Bobby Ryan scored in the third game in a row, this time with a 3-2 extra-time win in his team over Wings’ response against Columbus Blue Jackets in Detroit.

With four goals, he was the top scorer in the league, along with Travis Konikni (Flyers), before a late-night duel between Colorado Avalanche and the Los Angeles Kings.

Tyler Bertuzzi scored the victory after just 15 seconds of overtime, especially due to the failure of the previous cap-confinement cap Max Domey.

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