28 minutes of play for Jonathan Drouin

For the second day in a row, four games were played in the NHL.

Here are the results and highlights:

1. Jonathan Drouin was used a lot

Jonathan Drouin, who is on a successful streak, finally has the trust of his coach.

His stay in Colorado may have revived his career. Yesterday he didn’t score any points, but he was the third most used attacker by Jared Bednar.

28:16 of game time.

The Quebecer has been transferred for several games to a trio formed by Mikko Rantanen and Nathan MacKinnon.

Speaking of MacKinnon, since the beginning of the year, he and the Avalanche have played 22 games at Ball Arena.

And in each of these 22 games, MacKinnon scored a point. Yesterday they continued their streak of home games with at least one point.

He is just one game away from reaching Joe Sakic’s record.

Colorado will host the Golden Knights on Wednesday.

In yesterday’s game against Boston, the locals won in the penalty shootout.

It was Valeri Nichuchkin who put an end to the debate.

Among the losers, Brad Marchand surpassed Rik Middleton for points in Bruins history.

2. The Canucks have fun against the Rangers.

The Canucks were in Times Square to face the Rangers. It was a duel between two of the best teams in the NHL.

Vancouver ultimately won by a score of 6-3.

In the victory, the visitors scored some good goals.

First, Elias Pettersson doubled his team’s lead.

Nils Hoglander also put on a show.

After 40 games, the Canucks now have three 50-point scorers.

3. The Penguins-Flyers rivalry is at its peak.

The great rivalry that dominates the metropolitan section is Penguins-Flyers.

Last night, the two Pennsylvania teams faced off in an emotional game.

Rickard Rakell was the first to break the ice after a few seconds. This one is doing well these days.

Afterwards, a disturbing scene occurred in the middle of the ice.

Scott Laughton and Sidney Crosby collided.

And as has always been the case, a riot broke out.

Midway through the third period, with Pittsburgh holding a comfortable lead, Evgeni Malkin made a classic argument.

“Look at the scoreboard”:

Final score: 4-1. Cutter Gauthier must be happy.

4. Marc-André Fleury puts on a show in a defeat

Even though his team lost 4-0 against the Stars, Marc-André Fleury tried everything.

Therefore, he did not surpass Patrick Roy in a match in which he made numerous spectacular saves.

First he robbed Sam Steel.

Then he got lucky, but he controlled Joe Pavelski’s shot well.

Finally, he made his best save with the help of a sublime play.

The Quebecer finally finished the game with 16 saves on 20 shots. It wasn’t a great night overall, despite his good saves.

Extension

– Two penalties for too many men on the ice at the same time.

– Dangerous gesture.

– Shutdown by Matt Murray of The Stars.

– The best scorers of the day before.

(Credit: NHL.com)

– Tonight there is more activity in the NHL.

(Credit: Google)

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