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Hurricane vs Kraken - NHL Game Recap - October 17, 2022

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SEATTLE — — Andrei Svechnikov scored two goals 70 seconds apart in the second period, Sebastian Aho had a goal and two assists, and the Carolina Hurricanes beat the Seattle Kraken 5-1 on Monday night. remained undefeated.

Carolina improved to 3-0 after a barrage of goals in the second period. Carolina scored his three goals in less than three minutes, two of which he scored on power plays after the Hurricanes started season 0 at 5–1.

“The best players have to be the best players if we want to have any success as a group,” said Carolina State coach Rod Brindamore. did their job. we need to keep doing that. ”

Svechnikov’s two goals helped Carolina create a separation after Andre Brakovski scored on a power play to pull Seattle to 2-1.

Svechnikov’s first shot came at 13:24 in the second, when Aho found him alone by the net. Just a minute later, Martin Nekas’ shot from between the circles was deflected in front of the net by Svetnikoff and grazed Seattle goalkeeper Philippe Grubauer.

It was Svetnikov’s first two-goal game of the season, following a career-high 30 goals in five games last year.

“He’s a great player. He can net the puck, so you want to find him,” Aho said.

After coming back from a 1-0 deficit in each of their first two wins, Seth Jarvis shortsided past Gulbauer in the opening minutes of the first period to give Carolina an early advantage. interfered with the goal. Midway through the second half, Idiot scored with a power play to make it 2-0.

“If you let them come out with a lot of power plays, it’s like playing with fire,” said Seattle manager Dave Huxtle.

Jordan Martinook scored his first goal of the season on a rebound at 14:41 in the third period.

Carolina goaltender Frederick Andersen made 22 saves, including 12 in the third period when Seattle pushed to get back into the game.

Brakovski’s goal was his 300th career point, putting Seattle ahead 2–1 at 13:06 of the second period. It was his second goal and fifth point in four games with his new team, but Seattle’s scoring chances were limited in his first 40 minutes, with the Kraken narrowly scoring in his two periods. Only had 11 of his shots. Seattle has been routed at home for the second straight game after his 5-2 loss to Vegas on Saturday.

Gulbauer made 29 saves, but a soft early goal allowed to Jarvis sent Seattle playing from behind from the start.

“Then you would fall right into the hole and have to play from behind. Now we could start over, but that’s not a good way to start a hockey game,” Huxtle said. I got

home debut

Seattle’s first-round pick Shane Wright made his home debut after being scratched against Vegas on Saturday. The Kraken plans to be cautious with Wright’s workload early in his rookie season. Wright paired with Daniel Spring and Morgan Geekie on his fourth line, but special team time on the ice limited Wright to just 6:50.

“It’s part special teams and part game flow,” Huxtle said.

game notes
Ondrej Kasse has missed two consecutive games for Carolina due to a concussion. … The game was delayed for several minutes during the third period after some of the glass had to be repaired.


The Hurricanes: Continue the season-opening road trip in Edmonton Thursday night.

Kraken: We wrap up our three-game homestand against St. Louis on Wednesday.


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