Sebastian Aho scored a wonderful hat trick, the Finns scored ten goals

Sebastian Aho scored a wonderful hat trick the Finns scored

The Finnish performer of the Carolina Hurricanes in the ice hockey NHL match round Sebastian Aho scored a hat trick to lead his team to victory in a visit to the Philadelphia Flyers.

Despite Aho’s goals in the first and second periods, Carolina already seemed to lose the game before by Martin Necas the 4–4 equalizer scored in the last second of regulation time.

In overtime, Aho completed the victory with his 5–4 goal before even a minute had passed. Aho’s third goal was spectacular, when the Finn got up from his own area, the defender missed Tony DeAngelo and skillfully shot the puck into the goal.

– I was able to gather a lot of speed there. I saw that there was room, so I let go. You don’t think about it too much in situations like that, you just try to play with your instincts, Aho, who was chosen as the best player of the match, described the creation of the winning hit.

In the 61 matches he has played this season, Aho has now scored 30 goals and 28 assists, meaning that the Finnish star has accumulated almost one power point per match. The Philadelphia game ended Aho’s seven-game scoreless streak.

The three previous matches with Aho in the first place have cooled off Jesse Puljujärvi played the struggle together Teuvo Teräväinen and By Jordan Staal with.

Tolvanen scored, but Seattle lost

Finnish player of host team Seattle Kraken Eeli Tolvanen scored a goal when the club hosted the Edmonton Oilers. Despite the fierce battle, Edmonton eventually defeated Seattle 6–4.

Tolvanen’s handiwork was the team’s fourth and last goal shortly before the game bell rang at the end of the third period. Tolvanen, who switched to Seattle in the middle of the season from the Nashville Predators, has scored 12 goals and 10 assists in a total of 34 games for his new club.

Barkov’s goal and assist, Florida turned the game in their favor

The Florida Panthers beat the visiting New Jersey Devils 4–2. In the wake of Florida Alexander Barkov recorded the effects 1+1 in his account.

the match looked bleak for Florida as the second period ended 2–0 in favor of New Jersey, but Barkov opened his team’s scoring account at the beginning of the third period. Barkov was also passing by Sam Reinhart Florida’s fourth and final goal of the game.

Up goal, Montreal still suffered a loss

Montreal Canadiens Jesse Ylönen scored in his team’s visit to Tampa Bay. However, the host beat Montreal 5–3. Ylönen scored his team’s third goal to give Montreal a temporary lead, but Tampa Bay turned the game around in the third period by scoring three goals.

Tampa Bay Brandon Hagel managed a hat trick by scoring two goals in the last period in addition to his hit in the second period.

“Mission on the beach”

In ‘s TV match, Colorado beat Detroit 5-1, when they were underpowered in the third period Lars Eller and Loppulukemat was hit by a Finnish striker Mikko Rantanen.

Eller rushed into Detroit’s offensive zone underpowered, but fell. However, he was allowed to fumble when he was on the ice with the puck To Denis Malgin. Ville Husso blocked Malgin’s shot, but Eller was able to put in the loose puck.

The final readings in 45.16 were made by Rantanen at the end of a fine direct attack.

– The perfect attack structure, marveled the expert Ismo Lehkonenwho noted that, for example, Rantanen’s skating in front of the pucks confused Detroit’s defense.

After Rantanen’s hit, the Swedish keeper Magnus Hellberg replaced Husson with Detroit’s goalie.

The hit was already Rantanen’s 46th of the season. The previous goal record was 36 goals last season.

Ismo Lehkonen pointed out that Rantanen is not a player who plays at the expense of winning, but:

– I can now directly say that Rantase has such a mission that he wants to score 50 goals by any means. It’s really such a mission for him this season that it explodes.

Three power points for Hintz, two for Heiskanen

The Finnish players scored points when the Dallas Stars took a 6-5 away victory over the Calgary Flames in overtime. Dallas Roope Hintz snapped three service points and Miro Heiskanen two. In addition Jani Hakanpää managed to score.

Arizona Coyotes defenseman Juuso Välimäki scored one goal and assisted twice as the team beat the visiting Chicago Blackhawks 4-2. Team-mate Matias Maccelli scored one hit on an empty net.

The results of the NHL round:

Detroit–Colorado 1–5 DET: Husso 16/21 defense COL: Rantanen 1+0

Minnesota–Boston 2–5

Nashville to Winnipeg and 2–3 NSH: Saros 31/34 torj.

Seattle–Edmonton 4–6 SEA: Tolvanen 1+0

Philadelphia–Carolina and 4–5 CAR: Aho 3+0

Florida–New Jersey 4–2 FLA: Barkov 1+1

Tampa Bay–Montreal 5 to 3 MTL: Ylönen 1+0

Ottawa to Toronto hours 4–5

NY Rangers–Pittsburgh 6–0

Calgary–Dallas and 5–6 DAL: Hintz 0+3, Heiskanen 0+2, Hakanpää 1+0

Los Angeles–Vancouver vl 2–3 LAK: Kupari 0+1, Korpisalo 15/17 save.

Arizona–Chicago 4–2 ARI: Välimäki 1+2, Maccelli 1+0

San Jose–NY Islanders 1–4 SJS: Kähkönen 29/33 save.