Klim Kostin’s puck failed to save Edmonton from losing to Winnipeg in an NHL game
MOSCOW, January 1 – RIA Novosti. Russian hockey player “Edmonton Oilers” Klim Kostin recorded an abandoned puck against the “Winnipeg Jets” in the regular season game of the National Hockey League (NHL), but his team lost in the match against Canada.
The match, held in Edmonton on Saturday, ended with a score of 2:1 (1:0, 0:0, 1:1) in favor of the guests. Neil Pionk (16) and Kyle Connor (47) hit the doors of the Oilers with Kostin’s goals in the 45th minute.
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Kostin was recognized as the third star of the match. He scored his fifth goal of the season, now has 9 points (5 goals + 4 assists).
Another Russian striker, Alexander Barabanov, scored a goal against the Dallas Stars for the San Jose Sharks, but lost his team away with a score of 2:5 (1:2, 1:1, 0:2). The current holder of the Stanley Cup “Colorado Avalanche” lost on his own ice to the Toronto Maple Leafs with 2:6 (1:2, 1:3, 0:1) and the Russian goalkeeper “avalanches”. Alexander Georgiev came into the game 36 minutes after the fifth puck and saved 19 out of 24 shots.
Results of the other matches of the day:
Detroit Red Wings – Ottawa Senators – 4:2;
Calgary Flames 3-2 Vancouver Canucks.
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