High-spirited Eeli Tolvanen got Seattle flying – Nashville’s Juuso Pärssinen is also in high spirits

High spirited Eeli Tolvanen got Seattle flying Nashvilles Juuso Parssinen

Eeli Tolvanen already scored his fourth goal in Seattle Kraken. Finnish newcomer Juuso Pärssinen stretched his scoring streak to five games.

Finnish striker Eeli Tolvanen is in top form, but has also taken flight with the Seattle Kraken. The Kraken continued their winning streak on Friday with a 3-0 win over the Boston Bruins.

Tolvanen hit the puck in a beautiful way right into the roof of the goal. The 2–0 hit was the Finn’s sixth of the season, but his fourth in Seattle.

Seattle has won all seven games since Tolvanen started in the lineup in early January. Tolvanen has finished with 4+2 points in these matches. Therefore, the total balance of the season is 6+4=10.

The Kraken, who are playing in their second season in the NHL, are in fifth place in the Western Conference, just three points away from the top team, the Dallas Stars, who have played two more games.

In the evening’s Finnish encounter, the Carolina Hurricanes beat the Columbus Blue Jackets with a score of 6–2. Carolina’s Finns started Brett Pesce two goals of the night.

Sebastian Aho continuation of the point per game pace. Finnish vessel Jesperi Kotkaniemi scored two goals and increased his points balance to 13+22=35. Teuvo Teräväinen like Kotkaniemi, got an assist for Pesce’s first goal.

Played five matches without points Patrick Laine received the award in his second consecutive match. Laine, who scored two goals in the previous match against Tampa Bay, started at the end of the match Johnny Gaudreau 2–6 taper.

Finnish newcomer to Nashville Juuso Pärssinen shined again, even though the Predators narrowly fell 3-4 to the Montreal Canadiens. Pärssinen, who scored 1+1, stretched his streak to five matches.

Pärssinen hit Nashville’s 3-4 reduction in the final moments of the match, and he also got an assist by Filip Forsberg to the equalizing goal. The youngster who played in TPS last season has accumulated 4+12=16 performances so far.

The results of the NHL round:

Tampa Bay – Vancouver 5 to 4
Montreal to Nashville 4–3
MTL: Jesse Ylönen 0+1, NSH: Juuso Pärssinen 1+1
Detroit to Toronto 4–1
Buffalo – Winnipeg 2–4
BUF: Henri Jokiharju 0+1, Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen 23/26 save.
Columbus–Carolina 2–6
CBJ: Patrik Laine 0+1, Joonas Korpisalo 35/41 save. CAR: Sebastian Aho 0+2, Jesperi Kotkaniemi 0+2, Teuvo Teräväinen 0+1
NY Rangers – Dallas 2–1 and
Boston to Seattle 0 to 3
SEA: Eeli Tolvanen 1+0
NY Islanders – Minnesota 1–3
St. Louis to Calgary 1–4
Chicago – Colorado 3–2
Arizona – Ottawa 3–5
Vegas to Florida 1–2