Buffalo gave six goals to Edmonton, and Vancouver and the Islanders won


Canadian super-competitor Connor McDavid remains at the head of Canadian NHL scoring after Sunday’s matches. However, he has not added to the previous six entries (3 + 3) in the home match with Buffalo . Above the strength of Edmonton were the Sabers, who took two points in the Rogers Place arena after the 6: 2 triumph.

The main star of the match was Ryan O’Reilly, gaining four points (2 + 2) and catapulting to the ongoing 12th spot. Edmonton managed to keep up with the opponent just in the opening third when Benoit Pouliot and Milan Lucic responded to the opening goal of Kyla Okpos and O’Reilly.

In the next two thirds, only goals have been shot.The second hit added active O’Reilly, which was followed by two interventions by Brian Giont and Matt Moulson took the last word. All six goals were collected by Edmonton goalkeeper Cam Talbot (17 interventions against 23 shots). He was the worst moment in the 23rd minute when O’Reilly won the second time from the midfield:

The mobile betting only Czech deputy in the Sunday matches was the striker Andrej Nestrašil (12:25, -1, 2 shots) . His Carolina picked up the Vancouver point for a 3: 3 draw from regular time.In the extension, however, after 32 seconds of play, he decided to win home Canucks Brandon Sutter.

Hurricane with Martin Frk and Jakub Nakládal in the roles of non-substitutes came to the conclusion of the first third when they were sent to the blockbuster by Victor Rask and Teuvo Teravainen. With 26 minutes played, Justin Faulk put the visitors ahead 0 – 3, following an attack on the right.

But betting analysis Vancouver did not give up and managed to lose the loss. Still in the middle of the game, Bo Horvat started the turn and in the third period was Markus Granlund and Ben Hutton, whose key goal fell to 54:10.

Another Sunday’s duel between Islanders and Anaheim .In the regular game, the score was 2: 2, the winning event was already a 54-second lead by Josh Bailey.

The Islanders had two points closer to their normal playing time in the two-goal lead. In the 8th minute, Brock Nelson opened a shot, and the strictest leadership lasted until 48 minutes when New York captain John Tavares raised. Anaheim but finisher came out. In the 49th minute, Beck came out with a chance to beat Cam Fowler and Ryan Getzlaf in 59 minutes without a goal.