Top-5: John Tortorella destroys his team in full game on television

Top-5: John Tortorella destroys his team in full game on television

In addition to the Canadian, a total of eight games were presented yesterday in the NHL. Here’s a rundown of the night’s highlights.

1. mistakes destroy your team

In his NHL coaching career, John Tortorella has never minced anything. Despite a brief stint on the airwaves ofESPN last year obviously hasn’t changed.

Yesterday, the Flyers fell back quickly in their game against the Blue Jackets, their old team. Visibly irritated by his team’s performance, and by having to do an interview in the middle of the game, Torts was candid. He said his equipment sucked the air.

Although his players couldn’t hear his words on television, the comments appear to have had an impact. After two periods, the score was 2-2.

Columbus then scored two more goals, but the Flyers tied the game again, forcing overtime.

unfortunately for mistakeshis former team had the last laugh when Vladislav Gavrikov scored the winner after extra time.

2. Goal 400 by Tavares

In Toronto, John Tavares is on fire. The forward added a goal and an assist to his record in the Leafs’ 5-2 win over the Penguins. The ninth goal of the ’91 season also allowed him to reach 400 for his career.

Morgan Reilly, Auston Matthews and William Nylander each had two points, while Michael Bunting had two goals and an assist.

When he returned to the game, Matt Murray blocked 35 of the 37 shots he faced to allow his team to win against his former team.

As for the Penguins, it’s the ninth loss in their last 11 outings…

3. An important plateau for Stamkos

For his part, Steven Stamkos also had an important game yesterday. The Lighting captain got his 500th career assist from him. He also scored a goal, which brings him closer to 11 out of 500.

Tampa and Dallas played a close game with everyone having their say.

The game went into overtime and it was on Alex Killorn’s game-winning goal that Stamkos earned his 50th career assist.

4. A sixth straight loss for the Sabers

The season had started very well for Buffalo. The Sabers had won seven of their first 10 games, but things have gone downhill ever since.

Buffalo lost 5-4 to the poor Canucks yesterday. Jeff Skinner could have scored two goals, including this gem, it wasn’t enough.

The Canucks, led by Bo Horvat, who scored his 14th goal of the season, never gave their opponents a chance.

5. The Karlsson of sunny days

It’s no secret that Erik Karlsson has had a very difficult time since he arrived in San Jose. But the defender is going through a makeover this year, and despite the Sharks’ tough season, he’s having a great time.

Yesterday, the No. 65 collected two assists in the Sharks’ 5-2 win over the mighty Golden Knights.

He now has 24 points in 18 games, a peak among defensemen on the Bettman circuit. He also ranks sixth in NHL scoring.

Let’s remember that yesterday, the general manager of the Sharks, Mike Grier, declared that he was ready to listen to offers for his defense. Obviously, he has a very heavy contract ($11.5 million through 2027), but if San Jose is open to withholding part of his salary, he could probably find a buyer.

Extension

– So here are the final results.

– And the best scorers.

(Credit: NHL.com)

– Tonight there will be three games.

(Credit: Google)


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