Tatar author of the Canadiens winning goal: Halak captured the victory of Bruins, two plus Chara



Jaroslav Halak in the attack against the attacker Toronto Zach Hyman
Jaroslav Halak in the attack against the attacker Toronto Zach Hyman

MONTREAL – Slovak hockey striker Tomas Tatar scored the winning goal at the Montreal Canadiens triumph over Vegas Golden Knights 5: 4 on Saturday's NHL overseas match. Twenty-seven-year-old striker scored in the 53rd duel.

Canadiens gained a puck when attacking defenders of "golden knights" and Tatar and Philip Danault were on the Vegas Marca-André Fleury goalie. The Slovak striker wanted to play the naked Danault, but the Tatar stick stick puckered from Fleury's concrete. "It was a happy reflection of the puck, I wanted to play Philip, I saw him on the left side, but the puck was happily bumped into the net," described the Tatar Together after meeting for overseas media.

The Canadiens lost 0-2 in the opening twenty minutes, but in the second third the duel scores turned. Andrew Shaw, Charles Hudon and Jesper Kotkaniemi took over. "We definitely needed this victory, we did not succeed at the beginning, but then we did a good performance, we started playing our game, and then we were doing well." Tatar acknowledged. The holder of the silver medal from MS 2012 has played 17 matches with 15 points (7 + 8) in the current season and is the second most productive Canadiens player after a 21-point Max Domi. Goals against Vegas Tatar reached the miniseries of accurate hits, scoring four times in the last three games.

The native of Ilava decided to fight against the former team. It was Golden Knights who had swapped him to the Canadian club in the summer for Max Pacioretty. "I was extremely motivated to fight my ex-teammates, and the battle against them was undoubtedly a special charge." admitted Tatar. Pacioretty's return to Montreal was not victorious. Former captain "Habs" was the most active "golden knight" with nine shots, but home-made hockey players enjoyed triumph. "I really wanted to win," said Pacioretty.

Boston with Zdeno Chara and Jaroslav Halak in the league triumphed 5: 1 over Toronto, for which defender Martin Marinčin entered. Halak scored 40 successful interventions and became the second star of the match. At the same time, he recovered the taste of a failed previous battle with Vancouver, in which he collected five of 19 shots. The 35-year-old goalie entered the tenth meeting of the season and scored the fifth triumph. His stats are at a very above average level, averaging 1.86 goals per match and disposing of 94.1% of the bullets. He also added two net accounts.

In addition to Halak, the Bruins David Pastrňák, the Czech striker, was the hero of the duel, which was a hat-trick. Three goals in one NHL match scored by a 22-year-old striker for the third time, at the same time performing for the third time this season with four points, and with 15 goals to consolidate the leadership position in the table of NHL shooters. "It was key for us to get rid of the first weakness in the opening third, and that's why we've had good performance." Halak said. Defenders Chara and Marincin have not signed up for Canadian scoring. Captain Bruins played 21:04 minutes, scored two plus points and counted a "hit". The Maple Leafs player took about six minutes less, cashed two minutes and handed out one body.

Ottawa and Christian Jaros turned the match against Tampa Bay. Senators were losing after II. but in the last twenty minutes he scored four times and won 6: 4. The Košice native played 13:15 minutes, scored two penalty minutes and one body.

Pittsburgh scored a victory after a series of five losses, beat Arizona 4-0. Coyotes did not join Slovak striker Richard Pánik.

Calgary wins Los Angeles 1: 0. Goalkeeper LA Peter Budaj snatched the whole duel on the bench.

Buffalo – Vancouver 4: 3 after Sam. races (1: 0, 0: 2, 2: 1 – 0: 0, 1: 0)

Goals: 5. Beaulieu (Okposo, Dahlin), 58. Skinner (S. Reinhart, Ristolainen), 59. S. Reinhart (Ristolainen, Dahlin). alone. (Eriksson, Roussel) 44. Eriksson (Markus Granlund, Horvat) 40. Virtanen (Roussel) 44. Gudbranson (Eriksson, Roussel)

Philadelphia – Chicago 4: 0 (1: 0, 1: 0, 2: 0)

Goals: 15. Giroux, 30. Couturier (Giroux), 45. Couturier (Giroux, Provorov), 59. Patrick (Couturier)

Dallas – Nashville 4: 5 After Extending (1: 0, 2: 1, 1: 3 – 0: 1)

Goal: 14. Pitlick (Faksa), 27. Seguin (Honka, Ničuškin), 35. Spezza (Gurianov, Lindell), 49. Gurianov (Gleason, Jamie Benn) – 21. Hartman, 41. Johansen (Josi, Arvidsson) 42. Y. Weber (Fiala, Bitetto), 60. Josi (Johansen, F. Forsberg), 63. Ekholm (Turris, PK Subban)

Boston – Toronto 5: 1 (1: 0, 2: 1, 2: 0)

Goals: 17. Bergeron (Pastrňák), 26. Pastrňák (Bergeron, Grzelczyk), 31. Pastrňák (Marchand, Bergeron), 55. Pastrňák (Marchand, Krug), 55. Nordström (40. Tavares, Riello)
Zdeno Chara played 21:04 min, 0 + 0, +2, 1 "hit", Jaroslav Halák (both Boston) captured the entire match, 40/41, 97.8%, 2nd star of the match – Martin Marinčin (Toronto) 15:08 min, 0 + 0, 2 minutes, 1 "hit"

Carolina – Detroit 3: 4 after Sam. (1: 1, 2: 0, 0: 2 – 0: 0, 0: 1)

Goal: 17. B. McGinn (H. Fleury, Di Giuseppe), 29. Ferland (Aho, Teräväinen), 38. D. Hamilton (Aho, Teräväinen) – 9. Athanasiou (Nick Podzim, F. Nielsen) Manthe (Athanasiou, Nyquist), 50th Manthe (Helm, Larkin), decisive sam. F. Nielsen's raid

Columbus – New York Rangers 4: 5 (1: 1, 3: 3, 0: 0 – 0: 0, 0: 1)

Goals: 20. Atkinson (Dubois, S. Jones), 32. Dubois (S. Jones, Panarin) 33. N. Foligno (Jenner, Nutivaara) 37. Wennberg (S. Jones) 6. Zibanejad Deputy Secretary, 27. Buzekvič (Vesey), 29. Kreider (K. Hayes, DeAngelo), 40. Vesey (K. Hayes, Shattenkirk). the Vesey raid

Florida – New York Islanders 4: 2 (1: 1, 1: 1, 2: 0)

Goal: 7. Malgin (McCann, Bjugstad), 40. Hoffman (Dadonov, Matheson), 45. Barkov (Yandle), 60. Brouwer (Huberdeau) – 8. Barz (Lee), 29. B. Nelson (Mayfield, Kühnhackl )

Montreal – Vegas 5: 4 (0: 2, 3: 1, 2: 1)

Goal: 27. Hudon (Kotkaniemi, Mete), 28. Shaw (Drouin, Domi), 30. Kotkaniemi (Lehkonen, Agostino), 50. A. Shaw (Domi, Petry), 53. Tatar (Danault) . B. Hunt (W. Karlsson, Hyka), 19. Marchessault (R. Smith, W. Karlsson), 35. Tuch (C. Miller, EAKIN), 44. W. Karlsson (Hyka, B. Hunt)
Tomas Tatar (Montreal) 16:10 min, 1 + 0, 3 shots

Pittsburgh – Arizona 4: 0 (0: 0, 3: 0, 1: 0)

Goal: 27. Crosby (P. Kessel, Guentzel), 29. Simon (Rust, Määttä), 40. Hörnqvist (Simon, J. Johnson), 48. Dumoulin (Crosby, Guentzel)

Tampa Bay – Ottawa 4: 6 (1: 2, 3: 0, 0: 4)

Goal: 9. Joseph (Sergacev, Coburn), 21. Hedman (Andrej Vasilevskij), 30. Coburn (Killorn, Joseph), 35. Joseph (Killorn, Cirelli) – 5. Duchene (White) Ceci), 41. B. Tkachuk, 49. White (B. Tkachuk, B. Ryan), 51. Dzingel (Duchene), 60. Mark Stone (Duchene, B. Ryan)
Christian Jaros (Ottawa) played 13:15 min, 0 + 0, 2 minutes, 1 "hit"

Los Angeles – Calgary 0: 1 (0: 1, 0: 0, 0: 0)

Goal: 3. Hamonic (Czarnik, Hanifin)


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