Seattle’s Eeli Tolvanen and Carolina’s Sebastian Aho scored impressive goals in the night’s NHL round. Aho’s goal was already the 200th of his NHL career. Columbus goalkeeper Joonas Korpisalo was chosen as the best player of the Edmonton match.
Carolina Hurricanes Sebastian Aho scored a stylish goal in the hockey NHL round in an away game against the Dallas Stars. Aho scored the opening goal of the match with a magnificent underpowered drive through the middle of the first period.
Aho got through when the Dallas star pack Miro Heiskanen lost the puck.
The goal was the 18th of the season and the 200th of the NHL career for Aho, who was chosen as the three star of the match. Aho is the tenth Finnish player of all time to reach the 200 goal mark.
Carolina finally beat Dallas in overtime with goals 3–2.
No fewer than nine Finnish players were seen in Kaukalo in Dallas, but Aho was the only one who got a taste of power points.
Antti Raanta was replaced in Carolina’s goal after the opening set, and the Finnish goalkeeper made 15 perfect saves. Raanta jumped into the rink because Frederik Andersen was injured in the first round (upper body injury).
Tolvanen fired a fiery hit, Korpisalo shone
Among the Finns, the Seattle Kraken also managed to score Eeli Tolvanen, who already took his team to a 4–0 lead in the second round at home against the Vancouver Canucks. Kraken defeated Vancouver crushingly 6–1.
Tolvanen fired hotly from behind the b-point arc directly from a cross pass. The goal was Tolvane’s eighth of the season.
of the New York Rangers Kaapo Kako had an assist in the second straight game. The Finnish striker was By Filip Chytil The leadoff hitter in a 2–1 lead in an away game against the Toronto Maple Leafs. The Finnish striker saw Chytil completely free in the corner of the goal and gave him a pass.
The goal initiated by Kako guaranteed the New York team a point, as Vancouver won 3–2 in overtime.
Columbus Blue Jackets star forward Patrick Laine recorded one assist in a 3–2 overtime road win at Edmonton. This season, Laine, who collected 29 (14+15) points from 33 fights, got a taste of power points in the fourth consecutive match.
The victory for Columbus was guaranteed by 34/36 saves Joonas Korpisalo. The Finnish goalkeeper was chosen as the best player of the match.
The selection as the number one star was deserved, as Korpisalo made, among other things, one wonderful ghost save in the match. In the attached video, you can watch when the Finnish keeper makes a phenomenal stop Leon Draisaitl I bet.
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The results of the NHL round:
Toronto–NY Rangers and 3–2 NYR: Second 0+1
Ottawa–NY Islanders 2–1
Dallas–Carolina and 2–3 CAR: Aho 1+0, Raanta 15/15 saves. (finish in 20:00)
Edmonton–Columbus and 2–3 CBJ: Laine 0+1, Korpisalo 34/36 par.
Seattle–Vancouver 6–1 SEA: Tolvanen 1+0