NHL: Fleury stopped Washington, Flames still without a win at the right time

NEW YORK. Pittsburgh hockey players wins a 3: 1 o’clock o’clock o’clock on Sunday night in the Washington NHL o’clock and cut off a home win of five wins.

Significantly, under the triumph of the Penguins, goalkeeper Marc-Andre Fleury, who scored 33 successful moves, was overtaken by only the Russian striker Yevgeny Kuznec.

The duel score opened Kuznec at the start of the third third when his flowing shot ended behind Fleury’s back. But Beau Bennett settled for 24 seconds.

The winning goal scored Phil Kessel after a nice combination with Jevgenij Malkin after 44 minutes of the season.

Victory has secured Nick Bonino in the empty goal. Fleury Factor

Fleury has now captured all nine matches in the season and has recently come in a great form.Of the last 73 strikes he has only two goals.

“The more he is fighting, the better he is today, he was definitely a man of the match,” he praised the teammate Bennett, who returned to the wound after the injury and took up his jubilee 100th career match.

Captains Alexander Ovechkin and Sidney Crosby have taken their stand 34 times in the base, but none of them have written in the stats.

Pittsburgh started the season with three defeats, but then won five of the six duels.

Kris Letang became the fourth defender to play 500 Penguins. Brooks Orpik (703) has the most. Trouble Calgary continues

A series of four relegation stops Ottawa, who on the home slopes overcame Calgary 5: 4 after raids.The author of the decisive ride was the Swedish center of Mika Zibanejad.

On the other hand, the Flames lost the third duel behind and as the only team this season did not win at regular time.

After the ten played matches, the worst score in the league is 20:40.

The match graded in its second half. The Senators turned to 2: 1 at the end of the second round, and another five goals in the third.

First, Calgary players within 57 seconds from 45th to 46th.Minutes confused 16,923 spectators in the Canadian Tire Center, leading the lead again to their side and winning 3: 2.

A few minutes later, however, the Senator only had 17 seconds for two more goals, and 4: 3 after the exact action of Jean-Gabriel Pageau.

Finally, the duel of the Canadian teams sent to the rebound in the lead guest Sam Bennett.

In the raids, the guests after the first series led through Joe Colborne, but then scored only home Kyle Turris and Zibanejad. Omaha Senators (@Senators) October 29, 2015

Flames, in addition to losing weight, is also wounded by goalkeeper Jonasa Hillera, who had to turn in 53 minutes after a collision with Bobby Ryan.Joni Ortio took his place on the field.

Bob Hartley after the game said he was injured by the lower body but did not reveal the details.

“We really needed this victory, we wanted to please our fans, and I hope it kicks us up for more good results,” he said for espn.com after the first Ottawa home win in the Ryan season.Sweden defeated Nashville 2: 1 on San Jose’s ice-hockey defeat Calle Järnkrok, who has opened a shooting match for the season.

With good performance, Pekka Rinne has scored 20 victories.

Predators in the last season in two duels in San Jose have not even once crowned, their triumph is more valuable.

Nashville scored an opening goal in eight of the nine duels and in the first few weeks he shot his opponents in a 7: 0 ratio.

“It’s a good job of coaches who are well prepared for us, and then it’s up to us how we handle it,” Rinne said.

Nashville opened the score as early as 4th.Minute thanks to Eric Nystrom.

“It was a nice combination, we quickly changed the puck and I’m glad it was the bottom,” Nystrom said of his third goal in the season.

The only goal of the Sharks was scored by Joe Pavelski, who was the fourth time in the season.

Goals: 38. Smith, 40. Ryan (Turris, Methot), 50. Turris (Stone, Karlsson), 51. Pageau (Michalek, Chiasson) Zambanead – 25. Hamilton (Hudler, Engelland), 45. Colborne (Monahan, Hudler), 46. Russell (Bennett, Frolik), 53. Bennett (Gaudreau, Wideman) (53. Ortio), 23:38, 16.923 spectators

Goals: 42. Kuznecov (Alzner) – 42. Bennett (Bonino, Määttä) 44. Kessel (Malkin, Perron) 59. Bonino

Goalkeepers: Holtby – Fleury, shot on goal: 34:25, 18,506 spectators

Goals: 42.Pavelski (Nieto, Tennyson) – 4. Nystrom (Josi, Gaustad), 49. Järnkrok (Bourque, S. Jones)

Goalkeepers: M. Jones – Rinne, 21:24, 15.219 Viewers