Erik Haula’s first two-goal night of the season, Jake DeBrusk’s first hat trick of his career – see how Bruins sowed Los Angeles

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The Russian stars at the Washington Capitals had a gloomy evening against Toronto. The Devils smashed the Canucks.

Boston Bruins Erik Haula spent a two-goal night for the first time this season and a teammate Jake DeBrusk made the first hat trick of his NHL career when Bruins claimed a 7-0 crush victory over Los Angeles.

Haula hit his team’s last two hits from the finish line in the final round. The Finnish striker scored his first goal directly Charlie Coylen of the feed in 50.11. For the second time, he succeeded just over three minutes later. The 7-0 hit hit a namup pass Taylor Hall. You can see the goals of Haula by clicking on the main picture of the story.

Before the match, Kings had scored five goals this season. The belt of the 30-year-old Finnish striker now has 21 (7 + 14) power points out of the 50 matches of the season. The evening of the two power points was the second of the season for Haula.

DeBrusk, who recorded a power of 3 + 1, scored the first three goals of the match. The 25-year-old Canadian striker succeeded twice in the opening round and once in the second round. DeBrusk’s paints can be seen below.

Bruis guard who fought the fifth tie in his NHL career Jeremy Swayman rejected 34 times.

The Devils smashed the Canucks – three goals in just over three minutes

The New Jersey Devils beat the Vancouver Canucks 7-2. The Devils have been a bad gimmick for Vancouver for the next few years, as the Canadian team last defeated New Jersey in 2014. The victory was the 12th consecutive Canucks for the Devils.

The Devils finally settled the match early in the second round when New Jersey hit three goals in just over three minutes. Jesper Boqvist, Ryan Graves and Jesper Bratt moved the home team to a 6-1 lead during the power period. Watch the video on the paints below.

There were as many goals as there were goals in the match. Of the Devils ’seven goals, only one was born of superiority.

Ovetshkin and Kuznetsov badly in the frost

The Toronto Maple Leafs grabbed their third consecutive win by knocking out the Washington Capitals 5-3. The match was not settled until the end of the third round, when the Swedish defender Rasmus Sandin scored the third goal of the season in 56.37.

Captain of Washington Alexander Ovetshkin the power reading was badly on the frosty side of the match when a Russian star who recorded one entry point recorded a positive minus balance of -4. Only Washington Russian Yevgeny Kuznetsov power statistics were just as bad for the match.

The loss was the third consecutive one for Capitals.

New Jersey – Vancouver 7–2

Washington – Toronto 3-5

Los Angeles – Boston 0–7
BOS: Haula 2 + 0