October 8: National Hockey League news report

Paterson also got help, Derek Brassard And the Scott Saborin record and Magnus Helberg He made 18 saves for Ottawa, which finished pre-season 5-3-0.

Cole Caufield And the Kayden Jahl record and Jake Allen He saved 26 balls for Montreal that did not win a game before the season (0-6-2).

Coffield opened the scoring with a powerful goal from the left-hand circle to give the Canadians a 1-0 lead at 8:47 in the first half.

Brassard, under a professional trial contract with the Senators, tied 1-1 at 3:48 of the second half with a rebound for his first goal in four pre-season games.

Brassard got help in the winner of the Patterson match.

Saborin scored at 15:17 to put Ottawa ahead 2-1 by beating Allen after losing his footing at the start.

Guhle tied 2-2 at 18:40.

Blues 6, Black Hawks 0: Jordan Bennington He saved 24 balls for the St. Louis Blues in a 6-0 win over the Chicago Blackhawks at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis.

Ivan Barbashev scored twice, and Jordan Kero He had a goal and an assist for the Blues, who finished pre-season 6-2-0. Brayden ShinAnd the Robert Borzozo And the Jake the Neighbor Each had two passes.

Peter Marazek He allowed six goals from 25 shots for the Black Hawks in the pre-season finale (1-5-0).

The Blues scored three goals in 2:10 during the first period. Barbashev made it 1-0 at 9:48, blocking a slap shot from Portozo. Nikita Alexandrov scored after 23 seconds to lead 2-0 at 10:11 after a shot from Portozo.

Kiro pushed the score to 3-0 at 11:58 after a pass from Shane.

Robert Thomas He scored the powerful playing goal 2:59 in the second half to lead 4-0.

Ryan O’Reilly He made it 5-0 at 10:19, and Barbashev scored again at 17:05 for the 6-0 final.

Bennington saved nine saves in the third game.

Lightning 5, Panthers 2: Vladislav Namestnikov He scored a natural hat-trick and created an assist for the Tampa Bay Lightning’s 5-2 win over the Florida Panthers at Amalie Arena in Tampa.

Namestnikov, who signed a one-year, $2.5 million contract with Tampa Bay on July 13, finished pre-season with six points (five goals, one assist).

Nikita Kucherov And the Brayden Point Each of them had a goal and help, Corey Berry Three assists, and Andrei Vasilevsky He made 27 saves for Lightning, who won his last pre-season game (1-4-0).

Rudolphs with cherries record and Spencer Knight He made 26 stops for the Panthers who finished pre-season 2-4-0.

Kucherov scored his first preseason goal, a power-playing one from the right-hand side circuit, at 3:51 in the first half to give Tampa Bay a 1–0 lead.

The Balcers tied 1-1 at 5:15 with a smack hit from the top of the right circle.

Namestnikov made it 2-1 with one timer from the bottom right circle at 12:15, then extended it to 3-1 by hitting Perry’s cross on 5-on-3 at 19:14.

He completed a hat-trick at 7:30 of the second half from a pass from Ross Colton.

Alexei Hybonyemi came off the right corner and hit it with a short kick to cut it to 4-2 at 8:45, but Point scored his first pre-season goal at 4:56 from the third half of the 5-2 final.

Kings 6, Peter 3: Arthur Kaliev He had a goal and two assists to help the Los Angeles Kings win 6-3 over the Anaheim Ducks at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.

Shawn Dorzy And the Karl Grundstrom Both had a goal and assist for a Los Angeles team that finished pre-season 3-3-1. Jonathan Quick Made 23 saves.

troy terry He had a goal and assist for Anaheim in the pre-season final (4-3-0).

John Gibson He made 16 saves on 19 shots in the first period before leaving the match due to an upper body injury. Anthony Stollars Make 14 saves in relief.

Gabriel Velardi He scored a powerful goal at 2:32 in the first half to give the Kings a 1-0 lead, and Kaliev made it 2-0 at 11:08 with a flick from the top of the hole.

Grundstrom scored from the top of the left circle at 14:17 to lead 3-0.

The ducks scored three consecutive goals in the second half to equalize. Mason McTavish I made it 3-1 at 3:57, Max Jones Register on 2-on-1 with Paful Regenda 10:37 to reduce the score to 3-2 and Terry tied it 3-3 with the goal of playing force at 14:45.

Dorzi gave Los Angeles a 4-3 lead with a rebound in the wrist from the Blue Line at 17:22.

Philip Danault He scored from inside the crease at 9:47 of the third inning to go 5-3, and Kevin Viala He scored once in front at 12:24 for the 6-3 final.

Video: Kings make a balanced effort to beat the ducks, 6-3

wild 5, stars 1: Kirill Kaprizov He scored two goals and had an assist for the Minnesota Wild in a 5-1 win over the Dallas Stars at Excel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Mats Zuccarello He had a goal and two passes, Marco Rossi He got his seventh assist, and Marc-Andre Fleury He made 22 saves to Wilde in the pre-season final (6-1-0).

Joe Pavlesky He scored for the stars, who finished the preparatory season 2-5-0. Jake Oettinger He allowed four goals in 20 shots during the first two runs, and Scott Wedgwood He made seven saves in the third game.

Joel Erickson Eck Giving Minnesota a 1-0 lead at 3:57 of the first period, Kaprizov scored in strong play at 8:49 to make the score 2-0.

Brandon Doheme He extended the difference to 3-0 at 3:19 of the second half, but Pavlesky cut it to 3-1 at 5:22.

Zuccarillo regained Wilde’s lead with three goals at 11:48 to make the score 4-1.

Kaprizov scored again in the powerful match at 14:15 of the third for the 5-1 final.

VIDEO: Kaprizov and Zuccarello cheer for Wilde’s 5-1 win over Stars

Maple Leafs 5, Red Wings 1: Auston Matthews And the William Nylander He scored both goals for the Toronto Maple Leafs in a 5-1 win over the Detroit Red Wings at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto.

Morgan Riley And the Mitchell Marner Each one has three assists, Alexandre Kervot two passes, and Matt Murray He made 18 saves for the Maple Leafs, who finished pre-season 5-2-0.

Bios Sutter record and Jose Olkenura He made 13 saves in 15 shots in 31:55 for the Red Wings who finished the match 3-5-0. Victor Brattström He made eight saves in relief.

Sutter gave Detroit a 1-0 lead with a shot that fell off the right-hand circle at 11:33 in the first period.

Nylander tied 1-1 in 15:24, also scoring from the right circle. defenseman Mark Giordano He got basic help, and his fifth pre-season.

Dennis Malgin He scored his fourth goal as the defense split and beat Olkinuora Gauntlet at 11:55 in the second half to give Toronto a 2-1 lead.

The Maple Leafs scored three powerful goals in the third half. Matthews made it 3-1 with one timer from the top of the left circle at 2:12. Nylander extended the difference to 4-1 at 7:02, catching a puck ball in the right circle to score his fourth pre-season goal, and Matthews scored his second goal of the game from the high hole at 13:49 for a 5.-1 final.

Toronto Defense Jake Muzin forward Pierre Engvall All of them played their first game in the pre-season.

Video: Nylander, Matthews both score 2 in 5-1 pre-season win

Demons 5 Bruins 3: Jack Hughes And the Alexander Holtz Each had a goal and an assist for the New Jersey Devils in a 5-3 win over the Boston Bruins at TD Garden in Boston.

Mackenzie Blackwood He made 15 saves on 16 shots before Vitik Vanishek He came halfway to make 12 saves for New Jersey, which ended pre-season 5-2-0.

Linus Olmark He saved 22 balls for Boston 3-3-0.

Holtz scored from the hole after a pass from Hughes at 18:10 of the first half to give the Devils a 1-0 lead.

David Pasternak He scored for Bruins with a shot from the left circle at 7:59 of the second half to equalize it 1-1, but Dawson Mercer leaning in Doji Hamilton He shot at 11:44 to give New Jersey a 2-1 lead.

Hughes scored ahead after a pass from Holtz from behind the net 1:30 into the third inning to make it 3-1 Devils, and Igor Sharangowicz He scored from the right circle after the 2:59 turn to become 4-1.

Jacob Lauko He scored at 14:15 to pull the Bruins down within 4-2, and Patrice Bergeron He scored his first goal of the preparatory season at 17:14 to make the score 4-3.

Thomas Tatar He scored in the empty net 18 seconds before the end of the match 5-3.

Video: Hughes, Holtz Power Devils take on Bruins, 5-3

Capitals 4, Blue Jackets 3 (overtime): Dylan Strom He clocked 39 seconds into overtime to give the Washington Capitals a 4-3 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets at Capital One Arena in Washington.

Strom scored on forwarding at the left post of the pass from Conor Brown.

John Carlson Three assists, and Darcy Comber He saved 36 saves for Washington in the pre-season final (4-1-1).

Adam Bockvist two passes, and Elvis Marslikins He made 28 saves for Columbus, which finished 4-3-1.

Anthony Mantha The Capitals gave a 1-0 lead with a redirect in front of a shot by Martin Ferrary It’s 9:56 in the first period.

Patrick Lin Draw 1-1 at 10:37, sweeping in a shot from between the circles, by Igor Chinakov The Blue Jackets gave the team a 2-1 lead on strong play at 14:58, their sixth pre-season goal.

Alex OvechkinStrong play goal at 19:47 tied 2-2.

Sean Coralie He put Columbus ahead 3-2 at 3:25 of the second half, but Nick Dodd Draw 3-3 at 8:34.

Video: Carlson has 3 assists in a 4-3 pre-season win

Islanders 3, Rangers 1: Ilya Sorokin He saved 28 saves for the New York Islanders in a 3-1 win over the New York Rangers at UBS Arena in Elmont, New York.

Kiefer Bells And the Matthew Barzal record and Josh Bailey Two passes to Al-Jazirah residents in the pre-season final (4-2-0).

kabo kaku Scored for Rangers, who finished 2-3-1. Igor Shesterkin Made 13 saves.

Pass blower finished from Sebastian Aho The time is 9:06 of the first period to give the islanders a 1-0 lead.

Barzal made it 2-0 with a shot from the left wrist circle at 16:16.

Sorokin saved 12 times in the second half to maintain his lead with two goals.

Zach Barris He scored in 4:28 of the third inning to make it 3-0.

Kaku cut it to 3-1 with his third pre-season goal at 6:50.

Video: Berzal and Pelos score 3-1 win over Rangers

Golden Knights 5, Wolves 1: Nicholas Roy He earned a goal and assist for the Vegas Golden Knights in their 5-1 victory over the Arizona Coyotes at Idaho Central Arena in Boise, Idaho.

Riley Smith He had assists for Vegas, which finished pre-season 4-2-1. Logan Thompson allowed one goal from 15 shots, and Aden Hill He made nine saves.

Travis Boyd He scored for Arizona, who finished 0-6-1 before the start of the season. John Gillis Made 21 exports.

Chandler Stevenson The Golden Knights gave the 1-0 lead with a powerful goal at 5:55 of the first half.

Roy made the score 2-0 at 7:47, and Jonathan Marquesault He pushed it to 3-0 at 15:11 before Boyd cut it to 3-1 at 18:12.

Jack Eichel The Golden Knights gave the Golden Knights a 4-1 lead at 2:12 in the third game of the Power Match when the disc veered off his sled with a clearing pass behind the net by the Coyotes defenseman J.J. Moser.

Alex Petrangelo He scored on one time at 11:47 for the 5-1 final.

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