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NHL | Arizona – Carolina 3: 5, 46 hits Vejmelka was not enough to win, Nečas, Kubalík and Faksa helped.


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Vejmelka faced more than 50 shots against Carolina for the first time in her overseas career. The hurricanes gave him 51 attempts and forced him to make 46 interventions, bringing the 25-year-old goalkeeper to his maximum. Initially, the guests had even more shots in their statistics.

For the sixth time this year, Vejmelka covered more than 40 shots and became the only fourth goalie in history to face that pressure in his first season.

In the duel with Carolina, Vejmelka collected for the first time after four minutes of play, when he was overtaken by loner Vincent Trocheck after the action of Nečas and Brady Skjei. He scored another three goals in the second period from Jesper Fast, Max Domi and Nin Niederreiter. Sebastian Aho closed the score in the 49th minute, finishing for the Czech goalkeeper for a third time.

It was the final shot that showed the Coyotes ’biggest defensive problem. Defenders in front of Vejmelka could not clear the space despite its successful intervention, and Aho used the free space for a third time. Arizona remained the worst team in the league.

Chicago is also failing, losing to Calgary 2: 5 on home ice and losing tenth in the last eleven games. Even due to imbalances last month, the Blackhawks are penultimate just ahead of Arizona in the Central Division table.

The guests took the lead in Chicago in the 22nd second, when goalkeeper Kevin Lankinen was overtaken by Dillon Dubé. The lead was increased by the most productive Flames player Johnny Gaudreau, but after less than a minute the Blackhawks returned to the game Tyler Johnson, who ended the action, in which Kubalík also participated. Chicago stayed in line until the end, but in the game without a goalkeeper, he collected twice and lost 2: 5.

“I don’t think we would play badly. We fell asleep in the first period, but then I was satisfied with our performance. In my opinion, the result of 5: 2 does not correspond to the course and also It was affected by two goals in a goalless draw, the second and third thirds were successful, “said Blackhawks coach Derek King.

In a battle of the Western Conference battle teams for eight elites in Vancouver, he defeated Dallas 6: 2 and thanks to the sixth victory in a row, the Stars approached by a difference of five points. Not even two goals Roope Hintz was enough for Dallas. The 2: 3 goal was prepared by the Finnish Radek Fax and scored the seventeenth grade of the year.

The battle for the playoffs has also been complicated by Vegas hockey players. They lost to New Jersey 2: 3 and lost three points to Los Angeles in ninth place.

In a fight between Colorado and Washington, a Czech goalkeeper could play, but Pavel Francouz and Vítek Vaněček remained on the substitution. The Vanecek team beat the NHL leader 3: 2. Marcus Johansson scored the decisive goal in the middle of the third half.

NHL Results:
Chicago – Calgary 2: 5 (1: 3, 1: 0, 0: 2)
Objectives: 8. T. Johnson (D. Kubalík), 33. Regula – 7. and 59. J. Gaudreau, 1. D. Dubé, 15. Coleman, 59. Kylington. Shot on goal: 24:35 Attendance: 18,523. Match Stars: 1. Coleman, 2. Gaudreau (both Calgary), 3. Regula (Chicago).
Colorado – Washington 2: 3 (1: 1, 0: 1, 1: 1)
Goals: 18. Nishushkin, 49. Lehkonen – 5. Hathaway, 34. Ovechkin, 51. Marcus Johansson. Shot on goal: 26:27. Attendance: 18,020. Match Stars: 1. Marcus Johansson (Washington), 2. Makar, 3. Byram (both Colorado).
Arizona – Carolina 3: 5 (0: 1, 3: 3, 0: 1)
Goals: 27. N. Ritchie, 37. L. Eriksson, 39. Galchenyuk – 5. Trocheck (Nečas), 22. Fast, 25. Domi, 32. Niederreiter, 49. Aho. Shot on goal: 26:51 Karel Vejmelka held the entire game for Arizona, collecting five goals in 51 shots and the success rate of the interventions was 90.2 percent. Attendance: 8496. Match Stars: 1. Sleep, 2. Niederreiter (both Carolina), 3. Capobianco (Arizona).
Vegas – New Jersey 2: 3 (0: 1, 1: 0, 1: 2)
Goals: 38. Kolesar, 59. Stephenson – 7. Bastian, 44. A. Johnsson, 48. J. Boqvist. Shot on goal: 44:28 Attendance: 18,077. Match Stars: 1. A. Hammond, 2. Bastian (both New Jersey), 3. S. Theodore (Vegas).
Seattle – Ottawa 4: 2 (1: 0, 2: 2, 1: 0)
Objectives: 5. Sprong, 30. Beniers, 37. V. Rask, 59. McCann – 22. B. Tkachuk, 24. Holden. Shot on goal: 29:14. Attendance: 17,151. Match Stars: 1. V. Rask, 2. Vince Dunn, 3. Beniers (all Seattle)
Vancouver – Dallas 6: 2 (2: 1, 2: 1, 2: 0)
Goals: 16th and 57th Elias Pettersson, 8th Garland, 22nd Boeser, 31st Dickinson, 41st Podkolzin – 9th and 25th Hintz (on the second fax). Shot on goal: 31:30. Attendance: 18,890. Match Stars: 1. Dickinson, 2. Boeser, 3. Elias Pettersson (all of Vancouver).
Eastern Conference:
Atlantic Division:
1. Florida 75 54 6 15 317: 218 114
2. Toronto 76 50 6 20 295: 235 106
3. the Tampa Bay 75 46 8 21 250: 212 100
4. x-Boston 75 46 5 24 233: 203 97
5. Buffalo 78 29 11 38 219: 278 69
6. Detroit 76 29 10 37 214: 291 68
7. Ottawa 76 28 7 41 206: 248 63
8. Montreal 76 20 11 45 197: 295 51
Metropolitan Division:
1. Carolina 77 49 8 20 256: 190 106
2. x-NY Rangers 76 49 6 21 235: 191 104
3. Pittsburgh 77 43 11 23 254: 215 97
4. x-Washington 76 43 10 23 263: 225 96
5. New York Islanders 75 35 9 31 208: 210 79
6. Columbus 76 35 6 35 245: 282 76
7. New Jersey 76 27 7 42 234: 280 61
8. Philadelphia 76 23 11 42 196: 278 57
Western Conference:
Central Division:
1. z-Colorado 76 55 6 15 296: 209 116
2. x-St. Louis 76 46 10 20 288: 219 102
3. Minnesota 75 47 7 21 281: 235 101
4. Nashville 76 43 5 28 244: 225 91
5. Dallas 76 43 5 28 221: 227 91
6. Winnipeg 76 35 11 30 235: 245 81
7. Chicago 76 25 11 40 204: 273 61
8. Arizona 76 22 5 49 186: 292 49
Pacific Division:
1. x-Calgary 76 47 9 20 273: 190 103
2. Edmonton 76 44 6 26 264: 235 94
3. Angels 77 40 10 27 222: 226 90
4. Vegas 77 41 5 31 246: 229 87
5. Vancouver 76 38 10 28 230: 213 86
6. Anaheim 77 30 14 33 219: 253 74
7. San Jose 75 29 12 34 195: 241 70
8. Seattle 75 25 6 44 197: 260 56
Note: Teams marked “x” have some progress in the playoffs, “z” means some first place in the conference.
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