September 25: National Hockey League news report

Gaudreau, who signed a seven-year, $68.25 million ($9.75 million average annual value) contract with Blue Jackets on July 13, helped achieve goals 1:04 spaced apart in the second half. Patrick Lin (8:03) and Jacob Voracek (9:07) which gave Columbus a 3-0 lead.

Goudreau said about Lin and Kent Johnson. “They are skillful players, they are smart players, and I think we did a good job in the attacking area. [We] He could tighten defensively a bit, but for the most part I thought we played in the O-zone most of the game. We looked so good together.”

Justin Danforth He scored two goals, Voracek had a goal, two assists and Elvis Marslikins He stopped all 20 shots he faced with the Blue Jackets in 39:42. Jet Graves He made 13 balls in the third inning.

Jordan Frasca record and Dustin Tokarsky He saved 27 balls for Penguin, who won 3-2 in overtime at home against Columbus earlier on Sunday in the first two separate games.

Danforth gave the Bluejackets a 1-0 lead at 7:15 of the first period.

Gustav Nyquist He scored at 13:32 of the second to make it 4-0, but Frasca cut it to 4-1 at 8:09 of the third.

Danforth scored his second goal of the game with a power play at 16:23 for the 5-1 final.

Penguins 3, Blue Jackets 2: Jason Zucker He scored 1:58 after overtime to give the Pittsburgh Penguins a 3-2 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets at the PPG Penguins Arena in Pittsburgh.

Zucker’s goal gave the Penguins their only lead in the match. Pittsburgh tied 2-2 when Corey Andonovsky He scored at 19:05 of the third inning.

James NealThe 35-year-old striker is on a professional trial contract with the Blue Jackets, and scored six shots on goal in 19:14 of ice time. His goal after four seconds of intense play gave Columbus a 1-0 lead when he took a pass from him Jack Ruslovich 3:25 into the second half, to end the sequence behind Pittsburgh nets after the goalkeeper Casey Desmith I lost trace of the imp.

John Lisot They tied 1-1 at 6:27 shortly after forcing Doran into the neutral zone.

Nick Blankenburg He scored the Blue Jackets’ second goal in Power-play to lead 2-1 at 12:27.

Philip Lindberg Make 14 saves after replacing Dessmith (12) midway through the period.

Pavel Kagan Make 12 saves, and Nolan Lalonde Created 19 stops for the blue jackets. Lalond’s biggest save came with 8:47 remaining in the third half when Zucker refused with two goals to nothing. Casperi Cabanen.

It was the first pre-season game for each team.

Video: blue jackets, 2 – penguins, 3

Flame 4, Canucks 0: Jonathan Huberdeau He scored on his Calgary Flames debut, a 4-0 win over the Vancouver Canucks at Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary.

Huberdeau, who was acquired by the Flames in a deal with the Florida Panthers on July 22, gave Calgary a 1-0 lead with a powerful goal in 3:11 of the second half.

He signed an eight-year, $84 million contract with Flames ($10.5 million) on August 4, which begins next season.

Michael Backlund He had assists for Calgary. Dan Vladar He stopped all 15 shots he encountered during the first two periods, and Oscar Danske He made four saves in the third inning.

Colin Delia He started in goal for the Canucks and allowed three goals from 24 shots. Michael DiPetro He made six saves in the third game.

Cody Akin It gave Calgary a 2-0 lead at 5:07 of a second, and Blake Coleman He scored a Power-play 6:50 goal later at 11:57 to make the score 3-0.

Brett Sutter Score a goal in Power-play 14 seconds before the end of the 4-0 final.

Wild 3, Avalanche 2 (overtime): Ryan Hartman Recording 48 seconds in overtime, the Minnesota Wild beat the Colorado Avalanche 3-2 at Excel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Hartmann and Kirill Kaprizov Each of them had a goal and help, and Marco Rossi He had two of his passes to Wilde. Marc-Andre Fleury He started and made 12 saves in 31:10. Jesper Walstead20 in the 2021 NHL Draft, he allowed two goals on 13 shots in his NHL debut.

Spencer Smallman And the Shane Powers record and Justus Annonin Saved 33 avalanche saves, reigning Stanley Cup champion.

Kaprizov gave Wilde a 1-0 lead at 5:24 in the second half, but he was left late in the third when he limped off the bench after hitting a shot from his ankle. He took his next bout and didn’t come back but coach Dean Evason said after the match that the striker was fine. Capizov finished fifth in the National Hockey League with 108 points and tied with the Winnipeg Jets striker Kyle Connor He finished fifth with 47 goals last season.

Calin Addison He made it 2-0 at 17:27, beating Anunin by point.

Smallman got the avalanche off within 2-1 at the 3:32 split of the third, and Powers tied 2-2 at 5:23.

It was the first preseason game for each team and a split game for the Avalanche team, who defeated the Vegas Golden Knights 3-1 in Denver later on Sunday.

Video: Avalanche, 2 – Wild, 3

Sabers 4, Capitals 3 (overtime): Vinnie Hinostroza He scored 1:15 in overtime to give the Buffalo Sabers a 4-3 victory over the Washington Capitals at Capital One Arena in Washington.

Cypress forced to work overtime when Jack Quinn He scored on strong play for Buffalo with a 1:05 left in the third inning.

Dylan Cousins And the Tyson Cusack record and Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen Make 24 saber saves.

Anthony ManthaAnd the Connor Cherry And the Joe Snellie Record for capitals. Zach Vocale He started and made 15 saves, and Hunter Shepherd Make nine in relief.

It was the first pre-season game for each team.

Mantha scored a power-playing goal from the 4:05 circuit in the first half to give Washington a 1-0 lead.

The Cozens tied 1-1 at 4:25 of a second before Buffalo took a 2-1 lead at 9:16 when Cusack scored in a hurry as play ended in Washington.

Sheary Make It 2-2 On Feed From Alexi Protas After 26 seconds.

Snively’s 5:43 third goal gave Capitals a 3-2 lead.

Video: Hinostroza buries OT winner in pre-season victory

Ducks 3, Coyote 2: Isac Lundestrom He had a goal and two assists for the Anaheim Ducks in a 3-2 win over the Arizona Coyotes at the Tucson Convention Center in Tucson, Arizona.

Help Lundstrom achieve goals with Paful Regenda (15:57) and Tristan Luno (18:54) in the first half, then scored a force-playing goal at 15:44 of the second half to give the ducks a 3-1 lead.

Luneau also help, and Rocco Grimaldi He earned three assists for Anaheim in its first pre-season game. Lucas Dostal Make 18 saves.

Christian Fisher He had a goal and help, and Liam O’Brien Record for wolves. Karel Vimelka He started and allowed three goals from 18 shots. Anson Thornton He made four saves as relief.

O’Brien gave Arizona a 1-0 lead in 7:13 from the first, and Fisher scored with 1:25 left in the third inning for the 3-2 final.

4 oilers, 0 jets: Stuart Skinner He made 19 saves for the Edmonton Oilers in a 4-0 win over the Winnipeg Jets at Rogers Place in Edmonton in each team’s first preseason game.

Skinner, who is expected to be the backup for Jack Campbell In the regular season, 12 were saved in the first half and another seven in the second half before it calmed down Calvin Piccard The time is 14:27. Picard made 10 saves.

Markus Nimellainen He scored on Edmonton’s first shot 41 seconds into the first half to take a 1-0 lead.

James Hamblin He made the score 2-0 at 10:22 of the third half. Ryan McLeod (14:24) and Dylan Holloway (14:51) scored 27 seconds ahead of the final 4-0.

David Ritich He saved 22 balls in Rick Bowness’s debut as a Jets coach.

Video: Pickard, Skinner unite for 4-0 win

Flame 3, Canucks 2 (overtime): Michael Stone He scored in 3:39 of overtime to lead the Calgary Flames to a 3-2 victory over the Vancouver Canucks at Rogers Arena in Vancouver.

It was the first pre-season game for each team.

Ben Jones And Mitchell McLain each had a goal and an assist, and Dustin Wolf Made 26 stops for Calgary.

Vasily Podkolzin And the Conor Garland He scored in the third inning for Vancouver. Spencer Martin He started in goal and made 23 saves in two rounds. Arturs Cellovs Make 19 saves in relief.

McClain gave the Flames a 1-0 lead at 12:40 of the first period, and Jones made it 2-0 at 18:41 of the second half.

Podkolzin cut it to 2-1 in 8:07 of the third, and Garland scored with 1:31 remaining to equalize 2-2.

Canucks forward Ilya Mikheev He left the match at 4:17 after an injury from Nicholas Milosz. Mikheev agreed to a four-year contract with Vancouver on July 13. There was no update after the match.

Video: Stone buried the winner in overtime to win 3-2 over the Canucks

Sharks 3, Kings 2 (OT): Logan Couture He scored in 3:33 of overtime to give the San Jose Sharks a 3-2 victory over the Los Angeles Kings at SAP Center in San Jose in each team’s first preseason game.

Timo Meyer He had a goal and help, and Thomas Hertle He had two shark passes. Kapo Kahkkonen Made 43 saves.

Karl Grundstrom He had a goal and assist for the Kings. Jonathan Quick He allowed one goal in 18 shots in 33:11 before resting Matt VillataWhich made 11 exports.

Luke Konin San Jose gave San Jose a 1-0 lead at 6:25 of the first half, but Grundstrom tied 1-1 and 59 seconds into the third.

Meyer put the sharks ahead at 9:50 to make it 2-1, but Blake Lizzot He scored at 17:25 to equalize 2-2.

Avalanche 3, Golden Nights 1: JT ComfierA strong-playing goal at 13:11 of the third inning broke the tie, and the Colorado Avalanche tied for a 3-1 win over the Vegas Golden Knights at Ball Arena in Denver.

Alex Bocage He also scored in the power game to equal 1-1 59secs in the third for the avalanche.

Alexander Georgiev He made his Colorado debut and allowed one goal from 13 shots in 29:44. Jonas Johansson Make 10 saves in relief.

Paul Cotter He scored for Vegas in their first pre-season game. Michael Hutchinson He started in goal and stopped all 13 shots he faced in 29:44. Jerry Patira Two goals in 16 shots were allowed in satisfaction.

Cotter Power Platt’s goal gave the Golden Knights a 1-0 lead at 19:08 in the first half.

Bowen Byram He scored an empty goal with 1:09 remaining for the 3-1 final.

Video: VGK @COL: Compher Burying PPG from the goal line

Freelance reporter Craig Myers contributed to this report

Image Courtesy: Columbus Blue Jackets

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