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September 25: NHL Preseason Recap

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Gaudreau, who signed a seven-year, $68.25 million ($9.75 million a year average) contract with the Blue Jackets on July 13, assisted a goal 1:04 out in the second period. Patrick Laing (8:03) and Jakub Voracek (9:07) Giving Columbus a 3-0 lead.

“It will take time to get used to playing with new players, but when you play with two players like that it’s easy,” Gaudreau said with Laine. Kent Johnson“I thought they were skilled players, smart players, and did a good job in the offensive zone. [We] We could have tightened up a bit defensively, but for the most part I thought we played most of the game in the O-zone. ”

Justin Danforth 2 goals, Voracek had 1 goal and 2 assists Elvis Melzrikins He stopped all 20 shots he faced for the Blue Jackets in 39:42. Jet Greaves 13 saves in the third period.

Jordan Flaska score and Dustin Tokarsky The Penguins made 27 saves and won 3-2 after extra time at home against Columbus on Sunday, the first of a two-team game.

Danforth gave the Blue Jackets a 1-0 lead at 7:15 of the first period.

Gustav Nyquist He scored at 13:32 in the second to make it 4-0, but at 8:09 in the third, Frasca cut to 4-1.

Danforth scored for the second time with a power play goal at 16:23 in the 5–1 final.

Penguin 3, Blue Jacket 2: Jason Zucker The Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the Columbus Blue Jackets, 3-2, with 1:58 going into overtime at the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh.

Zucker’s goal gave the Penguins their only lead of the game. Pittsburgh he tied 2-2. Corey Andonovsky Scored at 19:05 in the third period.

James NealThe 35-year-old forward, who has a professional tryout deal with the Blue Jackets, scored at 19:14 in ice time and had six shots on goal. He scored four seconds after the start of the power play and Columbus gave him a 1–0 lead. Jack Rothrowicz End sequence behind Pittsburgh net after goaltender at 3:25 of second period Casey Dessmith I lost my pack.

John Risotto They tied 1-1 at 6:27, just after they forced a turnover in the neutral zone.

Nick Blankenberg He scored the Blue Jackets’ second power play goal at 12:27 for a 2–1 lead.

philip lindberg After replacing DeSmith (12 saves) midway through the period, he made 14 saves.

Pavel Kajan Save 12 times, Nolan Lalonde 19 saves for the Blue Jackets. Lalonde’s biggest save was his 8:47 left in the third period. Kasperi Kapanen.

It was the first preseason game for each team.

Video: Blue Jackets, 2 – Penguins, 3

Flame 4, Kanax 0: Jonathan Huberdeau The Calgary Flames made their debut 4-0 victory over the Vancouver Canucks at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary.

Huberdeau, who was acquired by the Flames in a trade to the Florida Panthers on July 22, gave Calgary a 1–0 lead with a powerplay goal at 3:11 of the second period.

He signed an eight-year, $84 million ($10.5 million AAV) deal with the Flames on August 4, when the next season begins.

Michael Backlund 2 assists for Calgary. Dan Vladar Stopped all 15 shots faced in the first 2 periods, Oskar Dansk 4 saves in the 3rd period.

Colin Delia He started with a goal for the Canucks, allowing 3 goals on 24 shots. Michael DiPietro 6 saves in 3 innings.

Cody Eakin Giving Calgary a 2-0 lead at 5:07 in the second, blake coleman At 11:57, just after 6:50, he scored a power play goal to make it 3-0.

Brett Sutter With 14 seconds left in the 4-0 final, he scored the power play goal.

Wild 3, Avalanche 2 (OT): Ryan Hartman The Minnesota Wild defeated the Colorado Avalanche, 3-2, at the Excel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota.

with Hartmann Kirill Kaprizov Each has goals and assists. Marco Rossi 2 assists on Wild. Marc André Fleury I made 12 saves starting at 31:10. Jesper WallstedtThe No. 20 pick in the 2021 NHL Draft, he allowed two goals on 13 shots in his NHL preseason debut.

spencer smallman When Shane Bowers score and Justus Anunen He made 33 saves for the reigning Stanley Cup champions, the Avalanche.

Kaprizov gave the Wild a 1-0 lead at 5:24 in the second period, but he staggered to the bench late in the third after an ankle shot. He took the next shift and didn’t come back, but coach Dean Evason said after the game that the forward was fine, Kaprizov said in his NHL he scored 108 points and Winnipeg tied with the Jets. and he was fifth. Kyle Connor Last season he finished fifth with 47 goals.

Karen Addison They went 2-0 at 17:27 and beat Annunen on a point.

Smallman scored the Avalanche within 2–1 with a breakaway at 3:32 minutes into the third, and Bowers drew 2–2 at 5:23.

It was the first preseason game for each team and a split team game for the Avalanche, who beat the Vegas Golden Knights 3-1 in Denver later on Sunday.

Video: Avalanche 2 – Wild 3

Sabers 4, Capitals 3 (OT): Vinny Hinostroza The Buffalo Sabers beat the Washington Capitals, 4-3, with 1:15 going into overtime at the Capital One Arena in Washington.

When the Sabers are forced to work overtime Jack Quinn With 1:05 left in the third period, they scored on a Buffalo power play.

Dylan Cozens When Tyson Kozak score and Ukko Pekka Luckonen 24 saves with Sabers.

Anthony Mansa, connor sherry When Joe Snibley Score with the Capitals. Zach Fukale Start and save 15 times, hunter shepherd I was relieved and became 9 people.

It was the first preseason game for each team.

Mantha scored a power play goal into the first period from 4:05 on the circle to give Washington a 1–0 lead.

Cozens tied 1-1 at 4:25 of the second before Buffalo took a 2-1 lead at 9:16 when Cossacks scored on a rush as Washington’s power play ended.

Sheary made it 2-2 with a feed from . Ariaxei Protas 26 seconds later.

In the third, at 5:43, Snively scored a goal to give the Capitals a 3–2 lead.

Video: Hinostroza fills in OT winners with preseason win

Duck 3, Coyote 2: Isaac Lundstrom The Anaheim Ducks have one goal and two assists against the Arizona Coyotes at the Tucson Convention Center in Tucson, Arizona.

Lundestrom assists on goal pavol regenda (15:57) and Tristan Renault (18:54) In the first period, he scored a power play goal at 15:44 of the second period to give the Ducks a 3–1 lead.

Assisted by Renault Rocco Grimaldi He gave Anaheim three assists in his first game of the preseason. Lucas Dostal Recorded 18 saves.

Christian Fisher with goals and assists Liam O’Brien Coyote score. Karel Weimerka Started and allowed 3 goals on 18 shots. Anson Thornton I made 4 saves in relief.

O’Brien gave Arizona a 1–0 lead with 7:13 of the first, and Fisher scored with 1:25 left in the third period of the 3–2 final.

Euler 4, Jet 0: Stuart Skinner In each team’s first preseason game, they made 19 saves against the Edmonton Oilers in a 4-0 win over the Winnipeg Jets at Rogers Place in Edmonton.

Skinner expected as a backup Jack Campbell In the regular season, after recording 12 saves in the first period and seven more in the second, Calvin Picard 14:27. Picard he recorded 10 saves.

Markus Niimelainen He scored on Edmonton’s first shot to give them a 1–0 lead 41 seconds into the first period.

James Hamblin It was 2-0 at 10:22 in the third period. Ryan McLeod (14:24) and Dylan Holloway (14:51) Scored by 27 seconds in the 4-0 final.

David Ritchie Recorded 22 saves in Rick Bowness’s debut as a Jets coach.

VIDEO: Picard-Skinner pair shutout to win 4-0

Flame 3, Canax 2 (OT): Michael Stone He scored at 3:39 of overtime to lead the Calgary Flames to a 3-2 victory over the Vancouver Canucks at Rogers Arena in Vancouver.

It was the first preseason game for each team.

Ben Jones Mitchell McLain had a goal and an assist each. Dustin Wolf 26 saves in Calgary.

Vasily Podkordin When connor garland Scored in the third period for Vancouver. spencer martin He started on goal and made 23 saves in two periods. arthur shirofus Made 19 saves in relief.

McLain gave the Flames a 1–0 lead at 12:40 of the first period, and Jones led 2–0 at 18:41 of the second period.

Podkolzin cut it to 2-1 with 8:07 of the third and Garland scored to tie it 2-2 with 1:31 remaining.

canucks forward Ilya Mikheev Left the game at 4:17 of the second after being hit from Nicola MeloschMikheyev signed a four-year deal with Vancouver on July 13th. There was no post-match update.

VIDEO: Stone Fills OT Winners as Canucks Win 3-2

Shark 3, Kings 2 (OT): logan couture Scoring at 3:33 in overtime, the San Jose Sharks beat the Los Angeles Kings 3-2 at the SAP Center in San Jose in each team’s first preseason game.

Timo Meyer with goals and assists Thomas Hertl 2 assists for the Sharks. Capo Kakonen Recorded 43 saves.

Karl Grandstrom There were goals and assists for the Kings. Jonathan Quick After conceding one goal on 18 shots at 33:11 Matt Villartamade 11 saves.

Luke Kunin Giving San Jose a 1-0 lead at 6:25 of the first period, Grandstrom drew 1-1 with 59 seconds into the third period.

Meyer put the sharks back at 9:50 to make it 2-1, but break risotto Scored at 17:25 to tie the score at 2-2.

Avalanche 3, Golden Knights 1: JT ConferA power play goal at 13:11 in the third period resulted in a tie and the Colorado Avalanche secured a 3–1 victory over the Vegas Golden Knights at Denver’s Ball Arena.

Alex Vorcage He also scored on a power play to tie it 1–1 with 59 seconds on Avalanche’s third.

Alexander Georgiev He made his Colorado debut and allowed one goal on 13 shots in 29:44. Jonas Johansson Made 10 saves in Rescue.

Paul Cotter Scoring for Vegas in the first preseason game. Michael Hutchinson He started on goal and stopped all 13 shots he faced in 29:44. Gilly Patera He allowed 2 goals on 16 shots of relief.

Cotter’s Power Platt goal gave the Golden Knights a 1–0 lead at 19:08 of the first period.

Bowen Byram He scored an empty net goal with 1:09 remaining to enter the 3-1 final.

Video: VGK@COL: Compher fills PPG from the finish line Independent Correspondent Craig Merz contributed to this report.

Photo credit: Columbus Blue Jackets