Edmonton defeated Chicago in the NHL game, with McDavid, Hyman and Draisaitl scoring three points.
MOSCOW, January 29 – RIA Novosti. The Edmonton Oilers defeated the Chicago Blackhawks in a National Hockey League (NHL) regular season game.
The match in Edmonton ended with a score of 7:3 (1:0, 4:1, 2:2) in favor of the home team. Tyson Barry (6th and 33rd minutes), Leon Draisaitl (27), Connor McDavid (34), Zach Hyman (35), Evander Kane (49) and Ryan McLeod (52) also scored with a double among the winners. Recorded guests Jason Dickinson (26), Jonathan Toews (49) and Taylor Reddish (55).
McDavid, Hyman and Dreisatl also had two assists each. Darnell Nurse also scored three points in the game – scoring an assist hat-trick.
While the score was 7:3 in the 58th minute of the match, the coaches of the home team changed the goalkeeper. Emergency goalkeeper Matt Berlin made his NHL debut after goalkeeper Stuart Skinner signed an amateur trial contract with the Oilers after goalkeeper Stuart Skinner fell ill. He played 2 minutes 26 seconds and saved a shot.
Edmonton is fourth in the Pacific Division standings with 60 points from 50 games. Having collected 34 points after 48 games, “Chicago” is in the last eighth place in the Middle League. The Oilers will next play the Detroit Red Wings away on February 7, and the Blackhawks will host the Anaheim Ducks on the same day.
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In the other games of the day, the Seattle Kraken beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 3-1 at home, while Anaheim came out 2-1 stronger than the Arizona Coyotes in overtime.
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