The New York Rangers leave the NHL as losers for the first time since December 4. The team from the Big Apple lost 2-3 to the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The guests make a dream start: after only 22 seconds, Chris Kreider (1st) takes an early lead. The reaction of the “pens” is a long time coming, but tough: Evgeny Malkin (35./PP) and Brian Rust (40./PP) turn the match in favor of the hosts with 13 seconds left. interval.
In the form of Sidney Crosby (49), they made it 3-1, Kreider’s goal (51) not enough at the end.
The Penguins end the Rangers’ seven-win streak and overtake New York in the D.C. Division. The Pens are now held at 42 points, and the guards are at 41 points.
Flyers and Maple Leafs boost confidence
Before the live game at LAOLA1 on Thursday (8 p.m. ET Live Broadcast >>>), the Philadelpha Flyers and the Toronto Maple Leafs gain confidence.
The Flyers beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 5-3 at home, and both Travis Conecnie and Owen Tippett left the ice with a bow to win the game. Michael Ravel’s former team (29 points) leaves Columbus (22) behind, but in the Metropolitan Division they are nine points behind the Washington Capitals in sixth.
The Maple Leafs also compete in a division duel, namely in the Atlantic against the Tampa Bay Lightning and win 4:1.
Vladislav Namestnikov (45) put the “Bolts” back into action after goals from Michael Ponting (17) and Austin Matthews (22 min / b), but Toronto hit a double kick with an empty net (Pierre Engvall / 59), William Nylander / 60.) Closed the bag.
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