Injured (on one side), Trevor Zegras had to leave the game

It was a big, even huge, night in the NHL last night. Big goals, injuries, body checks… We’ve seen almost everything.

Let’s start with the results of the 10 matches that were presented:

1: Zegras leaves the game in pain

There is a lot of talk about Trevor Zegras right now because there are rumors that he could leave the Ducks.

The Ducks were in action last night against the Predators, and eyes were glued to the forward with his extraordinary style…

But unfortunately Zegras was injured when he fell and had to leave the match without being able to return.

He had a funny fall and landed heavily on the ice rink.

It also looked pretty painful:

We must hope that this is not the case. too much serious in his case… But the club’s coach, Greg Cronin, was not very reassuring after the game.

He told the reporters present that the star striker was “going to be away for a while,” which is not a good sign for the future.

2: Matthew Tkachuk has fun face aux Blues

When we watch the Panthers play, we notice that they have the same style of play as last year.

And it works, because all the guys are willing to work hard.

But the dangerous thing about the Panthers is that any player can get up at any time. Yesterday it was Matthew Tkachuk’s turn to carry the stick on his back and he did a great job.

The American finished his afternoon of work with a collection of four points, but we will especially remember his hat trick.

Three great goals, too:

The Panthers team performs well on the ice.

Once again, he should be able to make a strong playoff run this season.

3: Linus Ullmark must go in overtime

You don’t really see that often in the NHL or the hockey world in general.

The Bruins and Coyotes were fighting for an entire hockey game, with the score 3-3 after three periods…

And in overtime, the sky fell on the Bruins’ heads because they saw Linus Ullmark get injured.

The veteran had to leave the match and Jeremy Swayman arrived as reinforcement:

Swayman arrived to save the furniture, but it was not enough to allow the Bruins to win.

Finally it was Nick Schmaltz who put an end to this crazy game and who played the Coyotes hero:

4: The damn senators…

Nothing is going well in Ottawa anymore.

The club lost 6-3 yesterday to the Calgary Flames and has now lost its last four games.

Jacques Martin’s team has only achieved one victory in its last ten away games… A statistic that must not please many in Ottawa.

But the team continues to play like it did under DJ Smith. The players are inconsistent, (too many) mistakes are made on the ice, and the system is completely flawed.

We say it and we repeat it… But it’s a shame because on paper the Senators have a great club.

5: Todd McLellan sends incredible message to Pierre-Luc Dubois

The decline continues for Pierre-Luc Dubois in Los Angeles.

The Kings did everything they could to get him this summer, notably sending Alex Iafallo and Gabriel Vilardi to Winnipeg…

And the experience has not worked so far for the Quebecer in California.

How bad is it that it doesn’t work? Things are going so bad to the point that yesterday, Todd McLellan decided to send a tremendous message to his core player.

Dubois was used on the team’s fourth line, he was only on the ice for 14 minutes and 32 seconds… And he still found a way to finish the game with a -2 record in the loss of his team.

Oh.

Extension

– He’s hot.

– 500 career points for Adam Henrique.

– There are no two like him.

– Speaking of the Oilers captain… He poured his heart out about the length of decisions made when referees go to appeal. And he is right.

– They are on a good streak.

– The Jets are dominant. It’s amazing.

– Good goal.

– Jon Cooper achieved the 500th victory of his NHL career.

– Ugh.

–Things are going well for Huberdeau lately.

Nice.

– Nice little elevator.

Snipe!

– Great night at work for Matthew Tkachuk and Mitch Marner.

(Credit: NHL.com)

– Three games scheduled for today in the NHL:

  • Canadiens vs Flyers at 7 p.m.
  • Wild vs. Stars at 7:30 p.m.
  • Golden Knights vs Avalanche at 10 p.m.

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