NHL Night: the first time on the Edmonton Mountain, the first time of the Hitchcock Festival McDavida – NHL – Ice Hockey – Sport


Ken Hitchcock

Ken Hitchcock on Edmonton Oilers.

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The Phoenix Night hockey players of the Festival night in the first NHL game won by Ken Hitchcock's new coach led San Jose Sharks 4: 3 after expansion.

The guests placed the situation three times from the one-man lack, emergency
expand, and in the second half; he agreed to win Leon Draisaitl. German
the attack was given, as well as the goal, as well as two help, the same balance was also
his first-time colleague, Connor McDavid. For Canada Center and
The most prestigious player in the previous two quarters, was the ultimate goal
100th focus at the bottom of the image. Fight just on the other
impact over the past eight games.

Hitchcock replaced Todd on Canadian club Todd Tuesday
McLellan, with Oilers after a series of uncertain series in advance
finished their collaboration. Thirty-one Hitchcock is one
of the most successful coaches in NHL history, third now
in the historical record in the number of effects, after they have hit the Sharks
know 824.

In the overseas competition, Philadelphia, Columbus, St.
Louis and twice Dallas, where he finished his activity in April this year. S
Stanley Cup "Stanley Cup" won in 1999.

Joe Thornton by Marcus Sörensen in the first third
1033 received vocational support, making it one historian
the league of the best league recordings was 11th
Mari Lemieux famous.

"Olejari" does not yet count on defender Saw Andrej
Sekeroma, who has been absent for a long time after acting Achilles broke out.
After injuring he started training, but he still needs to return to the set

SAN JOSE SHARKS – EDMONTON STAFFS 3: 4 pp (2: 1, 1: 1, 0: 1 –
0: 1)

aims: 1. Donskoi (Pavelski, Burns) 11. Sörensen (Thornton,
Labanc), 40. Couture (Hertl) – 9. McDavid (Draisaitl, Larsson),
22. Nugent-Hopkins (Brodziak), 44. Caggiula (McDavid, Draisaitl),
61. Draisaitl (McDavid). Goalie: Jones – Koskinen, goalie:
25:23, 17,562 spectators.

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