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Svechnikov, Aho Drives Hurricane Overtakes Kraken, Wins 3rd Straight

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Seattle — Andrey Svechnikov When Sebastian Ajo The Carolina Hurricanes earned three points each in their third straight win in a 5-1 matchup against the Seattle Kraken at the Climate Pledge Arena on Monday.

Svechnikov had two goals and one assist while Aho gave the Hurricanes a goal and two assists as they started the season at 3-0-0. Frederick Andersen Recorded 22 saves.

“If you want to have any success in this league, the best players have to be the best players,” said Carolina manager Rod Brindamore. [Svechnikov and Aho] They certainly did their job and need to keep doing it. ”

Andre Brachowski He scored on the Kraken to extend his points streak to four games (1-2-1). Philip Gulbauer Recorded 29 saves.

“When you make mistakes against a good team, you make mistakes, especially when they’re under pressure,” Seattle manager Dave Huxtle said. There are several different points in the match, we took three small penalties in a row in the space of one second, but it was a turnover that led to the first one of them. It’s the little things that you get and that’s what happens to good teams.”

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The Hurricanes scored three goals at 2:33 of the second period, including two on power plays.

Aho gave a 2-0 lead at man advantage when he gave one feed from Svetnikov at the edge of the left faceoff circle at 12:11.

At 13:06, Brakovski cut it to 2-1 with a power play goal after a cross ice pass. Jordan Hebert.

“Tonight’s special team was huge for us,” said Aho. “Get a couple with power [play] Clearly the penalty was solid, so that was the game. I think we moved the puck well and tried to overwhelm the opponent’s penalty kick. Those were big goals at the time. ”

Svechnikov gave Carolina a 4-1 lead at 14.34. Martin Nekas.

“[Svechnikov] “He’s a great player,” Aho said.

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Seth Jarvis At 3:35 in the first period, it was 1-0 after a pass from Ajo off the end board.

Jordan Martinook At 14:41 in the 3rd period, he scored by knocking in the loose pack in front in a 5-1 final.

Andersen recorded 12 saves in the third set.

‘We have to focus on defense first. That’s what we need,’ said the Seattle forward. Jared McCann Said. “Obviously things aren’t going well at the beginning of the period, so we need to be patient and play good defense first.”

Note: The Hurricanes have conceded one goal each in their first three games, including their last two away games. …Svechnikov he scored two goals in 1:09. Jeff Skinner (55 seconds) on Jan. 13, 2017. … Kraken Newcomer Center Matty Beniers His three-game point streak is over. It was the second time in 14 NHL games that he had no points.