In the ice hockey NHL, a slightly more unusual Finnish save was seen when Esa Lindell stretched the puck into the road. In the other matches of the round, Mikko Rantanen and Artturi Lehkonen succeeded in finishing.
Finnish defender Esa Lindell made a crucial save in the NHL round of hockey.
Lindell stretched his skates into the path of a shot with less than a minute left in the game. He prevented an almost certain goal with his performance and thus guaranteed the Dallas Stars a 4–3 victory against the Calgary Flames.
Lindell’s performance can be seen in the main image video.
Lindell also got a taste of the points in the match, because he started By Jamie Benn In the opening set of a 1–1 draw. Lindell drove the puck all the way to the other end. Roope Hintz chased after and eventually lost the top spot to the Canadian.
Calgary stayed in the lead at first, but Hintz’s assists brought Dallas even for the second time at the beginning of the second period. This time the serving was enjoyed in the form of a goal Jason Robertson.
You can watch Hintz’s passes in the video below.
Dallas escaped in the second period thanks to Lindell’s performance to a sufficient distance when Yevgeny Dadonov and Mason Marchment finished both once. of Calgary by MacKenzie Weegar The 3–4 reduction was the last goal of the match.
Rantanen and Lehkonen in tune
The NHL round also saw two Finnish goals, when Mikko Rantanen and Artturi Lehkonen led Colorado to a 4–1 victory over the St. Louis Blues.
Rantanen took his team to a 2–0 lead in the opening set. Rantanen found space in his familiar position and tuned his wrist shot into the top corner.
St. Louis was able to narrow it down in the second period Kasperi Kapanen initializing of Robert Thomas on goal, but Artturi Lehkonen success at the beginning of the third period took Colorado to a two-goal run away again.
Rantanen was starting together Cale Makarin with Lehkonen’s hit.
Rantanen’s and Lehkonen’s goals can be seen in the video below.
Luukkonen in tune
Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen made the save for the Buffalo Sabers in a 5–2 win over Philadelphia.
Luukkonen’s evening speech got off to a bad start when the puck slipped past his own defender in the first minute, Henri Jokiharjunthrough the racket to the net.
However, Buffalo took the lead and held it until the end. Luukkosen, who was chosen as the number one star of the game, had a sweaty evening speech, as he stretched in the path of the puck no less than 38 times.
Philadelphia Flyers – Buffalo Sabers 2-5
BUF: Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen 38/40 defense.
Calgary Flames – Dallas Stars 3-4
DAL: Roope Hintz 0+2, Esa Lindell 0+1
Colorado Avalanche – St.Louis Blue 4-1
COL: Mikko Rantanen 1+1, Artturi Lehkonen 1+0, STL: Kasperi Kapanen 0+1
Anaheim Ducks – Arizona Coyotes 4–3 and
ARZ: Matias Maccelli 0+1, Juuso Välimäki 0+1