Qadri signed a seven-year contract worth $49 million ($7 million average annual value) with Calgary on August 18.
Mackenzie and jealous And the Jonathan Huberdeau record and Brett Sutter And the Michael Stone Each of them had a target and an auxiliary fire. Jacob Markstrom He made 12 saves in two breaks before he replaced him Dustin Wolfwho stopped all nine shots he encountered to maintain closing.
Calvin Piccard Stop 16 of 17 shots at 31:36 for the oiler. Stuart Skinner Make 14 saves in relief.
Sutter gave Flames a 1-0 lead at 6:56 in the second half, and Stone made it 2-0 at 16:36.
Wigar scored his first pre-season goal to widen the gap to 3-0 at 16:23 from the third, Huberdeau scored three seconds before the end 4-0.
Ducks 3, Coyote 1: Trevor Zegras He sustained an upper body injury in the second period of the Anaheim Ducks’ 3-1 win over the Arizona Coyotes at the Honda Center in Anaheim.
Zegras ranked second among NHL rookies with 61 points (23 goals and 38 assists) in 75 games last season. Duck trainer Dallas Aikins had no game post update.
“It was damaged,” said Eakins. “Obviously it was a heavy blow (by the Coyotes striker Jan Jennick). You never like to see your player fall like that.”
Lucas Dostal Made 28 stops for Anaheim. Ryan Stromwho signed a five-year contract with the Ducks on July 13, had a goal and assist on his debut.
Karel Vimelka Made 20 stops for Arizona.
Paful Regenda He scored his second pre-season goal to give the Ducks a 1-0 lead at 17:25 of the first half.
Dylan Ginter They tied 1-1 at 10:18 of the second half, but Ström put Anaheim back in front at 19:06.
Isac Lundestrom He pushed the difference to 3-1 at 9:00 of the third game.
Golden Nights 7, Avalanche 1: Alexander Georgiev He allowed six goals from 18 shots on his debut for the Colorado Avalanche, in a 7-1 loss to the Vegas Golden Knights at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Georgiev was purchased by Avalanche in a business deal with the New York Rangers on July 7 and signed a three-year contract three days later. It was replaced in the third period by Jonas JohanssonWho made nine saves.
William CarlsonAnd the Keegan KolisarAnd the Gage Queenie And the Paul Cotter Each of them had a goal and help, and Zack Whitecloud He had four assists for the Golden Knights. Logan Thompson Make 25 saves.
Carlson scored 53 seconds into the game to give Vegas the lead, and Quiney made it 2-0 at 10:26.
Michael Amadeo He pushed it to 3-0 at 2:05 of the second half.
Cotter scored his second pre-season goal to make it 4-0 at 9:06 before Kolesar extended the lead to 5-0 at 13:30.
Kaidan Kurczak He made it 6-0 at 19:07.
Alex Bocage The closing show ended at 4:47 of the third period, and Chandler Stevenson He scored at 14:49 for the 7-1 final.
Maple Leafs 3, Canadians 0: Matt Murray He stopped all 16 shots he faced on his debut for the Toronto Maple Leafs, with a 3-0 win over the Montreal Canadiens at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto.
Murray, acquired in a business deal with the Ottawa Senators on July 11, played the first two terms. He’s competing for the #1 job in Toronto with Ilya Samsonovwho also saved 16 saves on 16 shots in two rounds before the Senators on Saturday.
Dennis Malgin He had a goal and help, and Eric Calgren Tacked 11 to end the shutdown for Toronto.
Sam Montembolt He started and scored 14 balls in the 31:10 minute for Montreal. has been replaced by Kevin Bolinwhich allowed two goals in 14 shots comfortably.
Nicholas Robertson The Maple Leafs gave the lead 1-0 at 6:53 of the first half. Murray had secondary assistance in the play.
Malgin made it 2-0 with a powerful goal at 19:15 of the second half, and Nick Abruzzo And he scored another goal in the final at 16:35 of the third half of the final 3-0.
Maple Leafs Defenses Jordi Ben (thigh) and Karl Dahlstrom (Shoulder) Both were injured in the first period. Coach Sheldon Keefe said both players will have more tests on Thursday, but he expects them to miss some time.
Capitals 3, Flyers 1: Dylan Strom scored two goals, and Conor Brown He had a goal and assist for the Washington Capitals in a 3-1 win over the Philadelphia Flyers at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
Strom, who signed a one-year, $3.5 million contract on July 14, and Brown, who was acquired through a business deal with the senators on July 13, made their Washington debut.
Kevin Hayes Register for Philadelphia. Felix Sandstrom He allowed two goals in 15 shots in two periods before replacing them samuel ersonHe made 11 saves.
Brown gave the capital team a 1-0 lead at 4:23 of the second half, and Ström made it 2-0 with a power-playing goal at 7:42.
Hayes cut the score to 2-1 at 3:44 in the third, but Ström scored in the 16:20 minute from Brown’s pass in the 3-1 final.
Blue Jackets 4, Sipers 1: Jacob Voracek He scored his second goal in pre-season for the Columbus Blue Jackets in a 4-1 win over the Buffalo Sabers at Nationwide Arena in Columbus.
Emil BimstromAnd the Kirill Marchenko And the Carson Meyer He also scored for the blue jackets. Daniel Tarasov He started in goal and made nine saves at 31:24 before being replaced Jet Graveswho comfortably stopped all 13 shots he faced.
Chase Brisky record and Eric Comry Made 27 saber saves.
Bemstrom gave the Blue Jackets a 1-0 lead at 8:47 in the first period. Andrew BeckColumbus, who signed a three-year, $8.25 million ($2.75 million average annual value) contract with Columbus earlier Wednesday, was given secondary assistance in the play.
Marchenko made it 2-0 with a powerful goal at 13:29.
Briske cut the score to 2-1 at 3:49 of the second half, but Voracek reclaimed his two-goal lead for Columbus at 7:58 of the third half.
Mayer scored a short-range goal at 16:36 for the 4-1 final.
Black Hawks 4, Red Wings 2: good essence He had a goal and an assist for the Chicago Blackhawks in a 4-2 win over the Detroit Red Wings at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit.
Sam Lafferty He had a goal and help, and Arvid Soderblum Made 31 saves for Chicago.
Adam Ernie Scored twice for Detroit. Alex Ndeljkovic He allowed two goals in 10 shots in 31:56 before being replaced Jose Olkenurawho made 10 saves as relief.
Dylan Sikora He scored 11 seconds into the game to give the Blackhawks a 1-0 lead.
Ernie tied 1-1 at 1:27, but Lucas Rachel He put Chicago ahead 2-1 at 6:35.
Eren scored his second goal 59 seconds into the second half to tie it 2-2.
Khaira scored the tiebreak goal in strong play to make the score 3-2 at 13:57, and Lafferty hit the empty net at 19:22 from the third in the final 4-2.
Sharks 3, Kings 1: Thomas Bordeleau And the Evgeny Svechnikov Each scored a powerful goal for the San Jose Sharks in a 3-1 win over the Los Angeles Kings at Toyota Arena in Ontario, California.
Aaron Del Made 16 saves for San Jose.
Karl Grundstrom record and Matt Villata Made 12 stops for Los Angeles.
Bordello made it 1-0 at 5:54 of the first period, and Svechnikov made it 2-0 at 12:48 of the second.
Grundstrom cut it to 2-1 with a powerful goal in 2:28 of the third half.
Scott Harrington He scored at 18:32 for the 3-1 final.