The Slovaks in the NHL stick to pitch: Gáborík with Seker without point, Budaj without a chance

NEW YORK – Up to six of the eleven games of the NHL’s Tuesday program have been prolonged, and in three cases even separate winnings have been decided by the winner. There were six Slovak hockey players in the game, but none of the points scored in the scoreboard. Four of the six Slovaks lost their games.

Only Richard Pánik and Andrej Seker enjoyed the victory. Tampa Bay wins Montreal Ice 2-1 after raids without wounded gunman Steven Stamkos. Twenty-day Slovak forward Pánik fired three times on the goal and five times played purely rivals in the body. Arsenal defender helped Carolina over Colorado 2: 1 with two plus points.Twenty-two-year-old Bojnicec spent almost 19 minutes and was once on a criminal bench.

Louis Jaroslav Halak, Columbus striker Marián Gáborík and Detroit striker Tomáš Tatar. Their teams, however, fell in overtime, respectively. shootout. Halak covered 16 of 19 strikes of Phoenix hockey players, but Oliver Ekman-Larsson’s goal in the 56th second of the game was a triumph of Coyotes 3: 2 on Blues ice. The young Swedish defender has scored the fourth goal this season, while the three have the prize winning. “It was an excellent job of Mike Ribeir,” said Ekman-Larsson, a 22-year- assists.

Columbus lost to Washington 3: 4 after elongation, in the 62nd minute he chose the fourteenth goal in the season Alexander Ovechkin.The Russian cannon reached the best cannoners of the season, Steven Stamkos and Alexander Steen. Marián Gáborík fired four times, but none of his attempts went beyond the back of Capitals Braden Holtby. Detroit lost to Winnipeg at home 2: 3 after raids and Tomas Tatar waited awfully for scoring.

The second weakest team of the Eastern Conference of Florida won surprisingly over the leader of the entire Anaheim 3: 2 competition, but the striker Tomas Kopecky did not give the points. A comparable surprise was born in Ottawa, where Philadelphia won 5: 0 smoothly. The guests scored more than twice in the 17th season, goalkeeper Steve Mason attributed the shutout after 20 months. “We worked hard and played the team.A lot of self-confidence was fired by Mason who was flawless, “ quotes NHL Captain Flyers, Claude Giroux, who has attributed two assists. Defender Andrej Meszaros missed the winning team.