October 4: NHL Preseason Roundup

Giroud, who also had assists, signed a three-year, $19.5 million contract with Ottawa on July 13, averaging $6.5 million a year.

Alex Devlincat When Shane Pinto Each has goals and assists. Mathieu Joseph 2 assists for Senator. Anton Forsberg Recorded 21 saves.

Nick Suzuki Recorded two assists in his preseason debut, Sam Montebo He made 18 saves for the Canadiens, who lost the first six preseason games (0-5-1).

DeBrincat gave Ottawa a 1-0 lead at 3:13 into the first period of the power play.

Giroud tapped a pass from Devlin Catt at 5:52 of the second period to make it 2-0.

Joel Armia Cut to 2-1 at 8:20, David Savard After 44 seconds, he scored at 9:04 to tie the game 2-2.

Tyler Mott Scoring his third goal of this preseason to give the Senators a 3-2 lead at 11:10, Pinto regained the Senators’ two-goal lead with his fourth preseason goal at 18:53. I was.

Cole Corfield A power play at 14:57 in the third period cut the score to 4-3, Brady Tkachuk He scored his first goal of the preseason in 16:08 after 1:11 to give Ottawa a 5-3 lead.

Arbor Zekai Missed a wrist shot from Joseph’s hand in the 5-4 final at 16:36.

Blues 4, Wild 2: Pavel Bukhnevich He scored a goal and an assist for the St. Louis Blues in a 4-2 victory over the Minnesota Wild at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis.

jordan binnington He stopped all 11 shots he faced in the Blues’ first two periods. Joel Hofer Made 15 saves in Rescue.

Tyson Jost When Mason Shaw Each had wild goals and assists. Philip Gustafson Recorded 23 saves.

Buchnevich scored in a one-timer into the first period at 1:05 from the right circle to give St. Louis a 1–0 lead.

Jake Neighbors At 11:42, a power play goal in the left circle made it 2-0.

Nathan Walker At 10:18 in the second period, he scored from the slot to make it 3-0.

Shaw cut the rebound to 3-1 at 6:58 in the third period, but Crim Costin The Blues took a 4-1 lead at 13:57.

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Yost scored at 19:19 in a 4-2 final.

Islanders 4, Flyers 3 (OT): Noah Dobson He scored with eight seconds left in overtime to help the New York Islanders win 4-3 against the Philadelphia Flyers at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.

Josh Bailey 1 goal and 2 assists Adam Perek Gave the Islanders 2 assists agreed to an eight-year contract with center Matthew Berthal early Tuesday. Ilya Sorokin Saved 30 times.

Scott Lawton with goals and assists Samuel Elson In the final game of the preseason (1-4-1), he saved all 15 shots he faced in 29:17 for the Flyers. Troy Grossenick Made 14 saves in relief.

Laughton scored on a short-handed breakaway at 2:09 of the second period to give Philadelphia a 1–0 lead.

Bailey equalized at 1-1 with a powerplay goal at 16:13. Casey Sizicus A short-handed goal at 18:22 made it 2-1.

Owen Tippett Scored at 5:05 in the third period to tie the score at 2-2. Tanner Lakzinski Putting the Flyers in front of 3-2 at 8:53.

Anders Lee At 12:19 the Islanders drew 3-3.

VIDEO: Dobson scores in OT to lead Islanders to 4-3 win

Sabers 4, Hurricane 2: Tage Thompson When Dylan Cozens The Buffalo Sabers had one goal and one assist respectively in their 4-2 victory over the Carolina Hurricanes at Keybank Center in Buffalo.

Vinny Hinostroza When JJ Peterka score and Craig Anderson 23 saves with Buffalo.

Jamison Reese When Malte Stromwall score and Peter Kochetkov He made 26 saves to Carolina in the preseason finale (4-1-0).

The Sabers led 3-0 after the first period.

Hinostroza started the game 1–0 at 6:59 on Buffalo’s 10th straight shot.

Thompson slipped around the Hurricane defense Ethan Bear He scored over Kochetkov’s shoulder at 10:52 to make it 2-0.

Cozens pushed the lead to 3-0 at 18:16, intercepting a drop pass in his own zone and scoring on a short-handed breakaway.

Reese cut to 3-1 at 1:45 in the third period, and Stromwall scored 19 seconds later at 2:04 to bring Carolina within 3-2, and at 18:40 Peterka made it 4-2 in the final. scored into an empty net. .

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sabers forward Kyle Okposo He suffered an upper body injury in the second period and is not expected to skate for several days, according to coach Don Granato.

hurricane defense man Dylan Coghlan Withdrew in the first period due to a lower body injury.

VIDEO: Thompson, Cozens help Sabers lead Hurricanes 4-2

Shark 3, Eisbarren Berlin 1: Steven Lorenz scored the winning goal in the San Jose Sharks’ 3-1 victory over Eisbarren Berlin in the NHL Global Series Challenge at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin.

Thomas Hart scores for Sharks James Reimer I made 9 saves at 31:25.He Capo Kakonenmade 9 saves.

Giovanni Fiore scored and Juho Markkanen conceded three goals on 15 shots after Tobias Antika stopped all 21 shots Eisbarren faced at 30:01.

Fiore gave Eisbarren a 1–0 lead with a shot from just outside the left circle at 12:10 of the second period.

Hertl tied the game 1-1 at 17:06 in the second period. Timo Meyer, score in front of the net. Lorenz gave his 2-1 lead to the Sharks 40 seconds later he gave the Sharks 17:46. Eric Carlson.

Luke Kunin A short-handed goal at 11:56 in the third period extended the lead to 3-1.

The Sharks will begin their regular season in Prague on Friday and Saturday against the Nashville Predators as part of the 2022 NHL Global Series (2pm ET; NHLN, NBCSCA, BSSO).

Video: Hertl, Sharks Beat Eisbaren in Global Series Challenge

Duck 5, King 4: Derek Grant The Anaheim Ducks had one goal and three assists in a 5-4 victory over the Los Angeles Kings at the Honda Center in Anaheim.

Max Jones score twice, pavol regenda 1 goal and 2 assists John Klingberg Gave the duck 2 assists. Anthony Carpenter 32 saved

Gabriel Bilardi scored two goals, Cal Petersen 27 saves for the Kings.

Bilardi knocked the rebound at 11:06 of the power play’s first period to give Los Angeles a 1–0 lead.

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Grant tied the score at 1–1 at 13:56. Jordan Spence.

Biraldi scored the second at 2:16 of the second period to give Los Angeles a 2-1 lead, and 33 seconds later Arthur Kariev made it 3-1 with a quick shot from the right circle at 2:49. did.

Jones cut to 3-2 at 4:09 after a slapshot came off the Kings forward Karl Grandstrom. Tobias Bjornhut It regained Los Angeles’ two-goal lead from the left circle at 7:47.

Jones scored the second goal from a backhand pass between Nolook’s legs from Grant at 14:44 to cut it to 4-3.

The Legends scored their third goal of the preseason to draw 4–4 at 16:48. Frank Vatrano In the 5-4 final power play, he recorded 51 seconds into the third period.

VIDEO: Jones scores two goals in 5-4 win over Kings

Golden Knights 4, Coyote 3: Addin Hill Made 50 saves against the Vegas Golden Knights in a 4-3 victory over the Arizona Coyotes at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Arizona outscored Vegas 53-28, including 28-5 in the second period where Hill made 26 saves.

William Carlson Giving the Golden Knights a 4-3 lead from the right circle at 18:02 of the third period.

Zachary Hayes scored two goals, Michael Amadio Recorded 3 assists in Vegas.

Barret Hayton 1 goal and 2 assists Jonas Johansson 24 saves in Arizona.

Hayes gave the Golden Knights a 1-0 lead at 8:53 of the first period and made it 2-0 with an assist from Amadio each at 13:57.

Matthias Maccheri After cutting to 2-1 with a rebound at the right post at 4:19 in the second period, Hayton drew 2-2 with a rebound on a shot that deflected the puck off the skate at 6:01. Dylan Gunther.

Pavel Dorofeyev Scored from the pass-off slot to give the Golden Knights a 3-2 lead. Sakariman Nen At 12:06 on the third. Alex Chiasson After pulling Johansson, the Coyotes played 6-4 and a 17:44 power play tied the game 3-3.

Video: Carlson scores goal to lead Golden Knights to victory

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