Jagr’s Florida goal was not enough, thanks to Hanzal’s passport, Minnesota was celebrated

In the middle of February, Florida’s hockey players shone with a series of five ice wins winning the Western Front. After returning to their home environment, however, their form was gone.

Panthers fell seven times out of eight of the following startups, once having to travel to an outdoor match again. The BB & T Center Home Ledger is not sitting at the key stage of the season, most recently confirmed by Minnesota </​​b>. The guests triumphed high 7: 4 after they broke in the third third with a series of four goals.

At the beginning of the duel, the score shifted from one side to the other. Wild took the lead with Jason Zucker from the 8th minute.Jonathan Marchessault and Mark Pysyk, however, took care that after the opening third they went to the cabin for the home leadership.

However, the middle act has opened two interventions to change guests. Turning started with Eric Staal and Jason Pominville took a short lead in the scrum before the gate. Martin Hanzal (16:40, +1, 3 shots) took part in his 200th career assistant in the NHL. However, Jaromír Jágr (13:35, +/-: 0, 5 shots, 1 + 0) and the second came into the cabin after the defeat from the gate after the turn of the turn. : 3.

Flora’s hope for spot gain was also boosted at the start of the third third by Aleksander Barkov’s goal. But then Wild began to work. With his second goal in the evening, Eric Staal scored 4: 4 and in the 55th.minute development turned Zach Parise. In addition, Mikael Granlund and Charlie Coyle added the score to the empty gates. Minnesota improved to 92 points and secured its position at the head of the Western Conference with a simultaneous hesitation of Chicago (89 points). Florida, on the other hand, stays at 69 points as the fourth overall under the Eastern Conference. On the Islanders, the last wild card holder, currently loses six points. After a match between the non-playing substitutes when the Swedish pair Niklas Hjalmarsson – Johnny Oduya swapped them, the Czech duo Michal Rozsíval (16:41, +/-) -: 0) and Michal Kempny (14:56, +1, 1 shot) returned to action again.However, in the match of strong Chicago on the ice of the bothering Detroit , their favorite hesitated after the 4: 2 home game Red Wings.

Howard, who returned to action after a long time with a knee-brim (the last time he was in the NHL on December 20, 2016). Competitor Petr Mrázek, who was ready for the game, covered 24 of his 26 goals.

Chicago opened the score by Artémie Panarin in 5 minutes. Detroit, however, turned the game into action, Xavier Ouellet and Andreas Athanasiou defeated, keeping the lead until the end of the game.

The next goal was to 36 minutes when the 3: Tomáš Tatar. The goal of the Slovakian player was definitely the only difference when Trevor van Riemsdyk lowered the score after 40 minutes.In addition, Tatar did not say his last word and in the 56th minute he made a final 4: 2 with his second run of the evening and overall 17th season.