Kevin Fiala had a very successful evening in the NHL. Minnesota forward Wilde contributed one goal and two assists to the 5-2 win away to the Arizona Coyotes.
The goal of eastern Switzerland at the start of the middle third was to mean a 3:1 feast for the eyes. Fiala carried the disc out of the air and from an acute angle across the bottom edge of the slide to the net. A goal you don’t see every day, even in the best ice hockey league in the world.
After 36 seconds, the match was increased by Dimitri Kuleko to 4:1 and the match was prematurely decided. The goal to make it 5-1 by Kirill Kaprizov in the 39th minute was his 30th goal in the 67th NHL game for Minnesota. No other wild player has reached this mark faster.
Nutty with scale plus 2
Roman Jose also had a successful day at work. The Bernese defender celebrated the 4-2 win over Nashville in Dallas. The predatory captain remained without a scorer, but left the ice with a scale of plus 2.
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