Debrusk Hattrick for Boston: Kings

Five victories in a row, on average 4.2 goals – in the Kings it ran magnificently. On Monday, the series ended from Los Angeles abrupt. With 0: 7, the Californians were subject to the Boston Bruins, who celebrated their fifth victory in a row, most recently three times on foreign ice. Man of the evening: Jake Debrusk. This brought the Bruins with a Hattrick (2nd/14./21.) So right in ride, Patrice Bergeron, Taylor Hall and Erik Haula (2) rounded off the successful appearance.

Ten hits against the Detroit Red Wings at the 17-Tore Spekakel, now five goals and the next victory against Washington Capitals (5: 3) – The Toronto Maple Leafs were again in Torlaune. Mitchell Marner, outstanding against Detroit with four goals and his first career hat trick, was empty this time. There was with Michael Bunting, William Nylander, Justin Holl, Rasmus Sandin and Pierre Engvall five different scorers. Tom Wilson had clearly balanced for the caps with two goals to 3: 3, before Sandin (57.) and Eng Valling (59.) decided the game for Toronto.

Jake DeBrusk Records First Career Hat Trick Against Kings

Bitter’s anniversary for Vancouver – Hughes-Brother Duel goes back to Jack

It was the 4000th game of her franchise history, it ended bitter: Vancouver Canucks went to the New Jersey Devils with 2: 7. Jack Hughes also won the third duel with his brother Quinn. Jack was it, who brought the Devils to run with the 1-0 in the tenth minute. Hughes also contributed an assist, thus scoring in the seventh game in a row (5 goals, 8 assists). “The Hughes series just shows us where it goes long,” CENTER JESPER BOQVIST explained, who met for the meantime 4: 1. “If you go behind the game, this is not a recipe for success in the NHL,” scolded Canucks striker Conor Garland.