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September 24: NHL Preseason Recap

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Auston Matthews He assisted in his preseason debut for the Toronto Maple Leafs in a 4–2 loss to the Ottawa Senators at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena on Saturday.

The Senators scored all four goals in the third period to win the second of two split team games against the Maple Leafs. Toronto won the first game he went 4-1.

Matthews won the Hart Trophy, voted as the NHL’s Most Valuable Player last season when he led the league with 60 goals.

Jaan Krok Road After signing a four-year, $8.4 million ($2.1 million average annual salary) deal on July 15, he scored twice in his debut for Toronto, 0 in 11:01.

Angus Cruickshank, Josh NorrisMarc Castellik, Tyler Mott Senator Score.

Cruickshank cut it to 2-1 at 4:49 and Norris scored a power-play goal at 13:42 to tie it 2-2. Norris said he signed an eight-year, $63.6 million (AAV $7.95) contract on July 14.

Castellic gave Ottawa a 3-2 lead at 13:42 and Mott scored into an empty net at 19:40 in a 4-2 final.

Ilya Samsonov In his Maple Leafs debut, he allowed no goals on 16 shots in 39:40. He signed his one-year, $1.8 million contract on July 13th.

Anton Forsberg Allowed 1 goal with 14 shots in 30 minutes 38 seconds, Mats Sogard He made eight saves in relief for the Senators.

Maple Leaf 4, Senator 1: Mark Giordano The Toronto Maple Leafs recorded three assists in a 4-1 win over the Ottawa Senators in the first of two split-team games at Scotiabank Arena on Saturday.

Alex Steves score twice, Justin Hall There were goals and assists for the Maple Leafs. Eric Calgren He made seven saves on eight shots before being replaced by Dylan Ferguson (nine saves) in the third period.

Tim Stutzl scored, Alex DevlincatAcquired in a trade with the Chicago Blackhawks on July 7. Cam Talbot In his Ottawa debut, he made 10 saves on 13 shots. He was acquired on July 12 in a trade with the Minnesota Wild. Kevin Mandrese After being replaced by Talbot in the second period, he stopped all 11 shots he faced.

Claude GiroudHe signed a three-year free agency contract on July 13.

It was the preseason opener for both teams.

Stutzle gave Ottawa a 1-0 lead at 11:15 of the first period before Toronto scored its fourth straight goal.

The Maple Leafs scored three points at 2:14 of the second period.Hall tied the game 1-1 at 5:59 before Dennis Malgin It was 2-1 at 7:55 and Steves extended his lead to 3-1 at 8:13.

Steves scored the second goal of the game, an empty net goal with 1:19 left in the 4–1 final.

VIDEO: Steves scores two goals in 4-1 preseason win

Flyers 2, Bruins 1: Brothers Jackson Cates When Noah Cates The Philadelphia Flyers beat the Boston Bruins 2-1 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on Saturday.

It was the first preseason game for both teams.

Jackson-Cates decided the game winner at 15:20 of the third period. Egor Zamra from slot.

Noah Cates gave Philadelphia a 1–0 lead on a 5-for-3 power play at 1:42 of the second period.He scored at Backdoor from a behind-the-back pass from Morgan Frost across the top of the crease.

This was the first time the brothers played in the same NHL game.

Felix Sandstrom at 6:29 of the second period after recording 17 saves for the Flyers. Troy Grossenickmade 14 saves on 15 shots.

It was the Flyers’ first game under manager John Tortorella to see the game from the press box. Ian Laperrière, coach of the Lehigh Valley of the American Hockey League, was the coach.

Jakub Lauko score and Keith Kincaid After signing a one-year two-way contract on July 13, he made 14 saves on 15 shots in 29:57 in his debut with the Bruins. Kyle Kaisermaking 13 saves on 14 shots in Boston’s first game under coach Jim Montgomery.

Lauko scored from a high slot after knocking Josiah Didier’s shot off the point in a 1–1 tie with Boston at 12:50 in the third.

The Bruins were 0-6 on power plays and the Flyers were 1-5.

VIDEO: Cates Scores Goal, Beats Bruins 2-1

Bruce 5, Coyote 4: Jake Neighbors 2 goals and 1 assist Logan Brown The St. Louis Blues scored twice against the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday at INTRUST Bank Arena in Wichita, Kansas.

It was the first preseason game for both teams.

Brown scored without an assist at 15:50 of the third period to break the tie 4–4.

Scott Perunovich and Tyler Pittrick each provided two assists for the Blues. jordan binnington Conceded 1 goal on 8 shots Joel Hofer He allowed 3 goals with 8 shots of relief.

Barret Hayton 1 goal and 2 assists Nick Richie with goals and assists Nick Schmaltz Recorded 2 assists with Coyote. John Gillies He started and gave up three goals on eight shots. Ivan Prosvetov allowed him two goals on nine shots.

Neighbors gave the Blues a 1–0 lead at 1:44 of the first period before Richie tied them 1–1 at 4:51 with a powerplay goal.

Brown was 2-1 at 17:17, but Milos Kelemen drew 2-2 at 1:00 in the second period. A power play by Neighbors gave him a 3-2 lead to the Blues in 2:17, while Hayton drew him 3-3 in 8:12.

Matias Maccheri led Arizona 4-3 at 9:54 of the previous third period Matthew Kessel It was tied 4-4 at 13:15.