Chicago inflicts Edmonton first loss in & nbsp; season
Chicago Blackhawks beat Edmonton Oilers in the NHL regular season match. The meeting was held at the United Center arena in Chicago and & nbsp; ended with a 3: 1 score in favor of the hosts.
In the & nbsp; winners of the & nbsp; goal, Patrick Kane, Alexander Nyulander and & nbsp; Brandon Saad scored. The & lbsp; losers puck on & nbsp; James Neil account.
After 5 victories at the & nbsp; start, Edmonton lost for the first time in the & nbsp; season. Chicago, by contrast, won the first match in & nbsp; this regular season after three defeats.
Goals: Kane (Strum), 24: 11 & nbsp; - 1: 0; Nyulander (Carpenter), 46: 20 & nbsp; - 2: 0; Neal (Nugent Hopkins, Dreisaytl), 57: 49 & nbsp; - 2: 1; Saad (Kempf, Teyvz), 59: 27 & nbsp; - 3: 1.
Everyone guessed that the Saturday match between Calgary and Edmonton would turn out fiery, but no one could have imagined as much as & nbsp; This confrontation is historically called the “battle for & nbsp; Alberta”, in & nbsp; this season for & nbsp; the first part of the phrase was answered by & nbsp; for the most part two hockey players & nbsp; - Matthew Tkachak and & nbsp; Zack Cassian. They fought, competed in the & nbsp; treshtok and & nbsp; again fought & nbsp; - in the & nbsp; next match everyone was waiting for the sequel. But a couple hating each other decided on & nbsp; this time to focus more on & nbsp; hockey. Canadians didn’t & nbsp; just keep themselves in & nbsp; hands for & nbsp; for most of the match, but & nbsp; and & nbsp; scored a & nbsp; goal. In & nbsp; the first period, Cassian closed the far post, in & nbsp; the second Tkachak didn’t overshot the & nbsp; distant spot after the pass from behind the goal.
But only the temporary calm of two hot guys didn’t affect & nbsp; the general degree of confrontation & nbsp; - on & nbsp; two teams got 102 minutes of a penalty. In the & nbsp; starting game segment of the fans, Buddy Robinson and & nbsp; Jujhar Khaira squashed.
But & nbsp; the main light came in the & nbsp; ending of the second twenty minute. Edmonton striker Sam Gagnier tried to finish the puck into the goal, when he had already pressed the goalie of Calgary Cam Talbo to the ice. The Canadian keeper decided to deal with the & nbsp; striker himself, the referees with & nbsp; labor, but & nbsp; managed to repay their & nbsp; skirmish. But & nbsp; while they were doing this, another flared up on & nbsp; ice. This Tkachak was tired of restraining himself, and & nbsp; he & nbsp; threw off his gloves to spar with & nbsp; Ethan Beer. But & nbsp; and & nbsp; on & nbsp; this episode didn’t & nbsp; end & nbsp; - distraught Talbo went to the & nbsp; central circle and & nbsp; started a fight with & nbsp; colleague Mike Smith. The good old NHL of the 80s is back!
Entourage to this battle was given by the fact that Talbo in the & nbsp; past played for the Oilers, and Smith & nbsp; for the & nbsp; Flames. In the end, both goalkeepers were removed before the end of the match, and the Calgary goalkeeper was punished with five different fines. Talbo received two small fines for & nbsp; rudeness, another small penalty for & nbsp; leaving the goalkeeper area, a large penalty for & nbsp; a fight and a & nbsp; disciplinary penalty before & nbsp; the end of the match (21 minutes in total). Smith received two minutes for & nbsp; leaving the goalkeeper area, five minutes for & nbsp; fight and & nbsp; disciplinary penalty until & nbsp; the end of the match (17 minutes). Fantastic catch!
Didn’t & nbsp; like that Ganye came on a nickel and & nbsp; began to poke a stick in & nbsp; me with a stick in & nbsp; then & nbsp; the time when I & nbsp; was lying on & nbsp; back after the whistle. Similar moments are deducing from & nbsp; myself, and & nbsp; I & nbsp; reacted accordingly. Perhaps this is not the best reaction. The game was very emotional, here emotions and & nbsp; prevailed.
In the & nbsp; ending of the third period, Tkachak earned a bullet in & nbsp; gate of his team and & nbsp; removal before & nbsp; the end of the match, two more players left & nbsp; ahead of ice & nbsp; & nbsp; - Alex Chaisson and & nbsp; Rasmus Andersson. Together with the & nbsp; final siren, there was almost a & nbsp; a new slaughter, but the & nbsp; judges were able to prevent it and, it seemed, were happy that it was all over.
The next "battle for & nbsp; Alberta" will take place on April 5 & nbsp; & nbsp; - on & nbsp; the last day of the regular season. One can only guess what awaits the fans there and & nbsp; what could happen in the & nbsp; playoffs if Calgary and Edmonton suddenly intersect on the & nbsp; path to the Stanley Cup. Without a duel, these NHL teams would have been & nbsp; noticeably more boring.