Both Gáborík and Tatar scored, Jágr shot hetrik as the oldest player in the history of NHL

BRATISLAVA. Hockey players Ottawa triumphed on the Boston NHL duel on Saturday 3: 2 after an extended run. The Senators took the lead after 51 minutes with 1 –

The equalizer managed less than five minutes before the end thanks to Eric Gryb. In the long run, Slovak defender Zdeno Chara lost a battle with Bobby Ryan, who had a puck with Eric Karlsson and overcame Raska in the Bruins.

Chara was the most injured man not only for the home team but also for the whole game. He spent 25:24 on ice. Thirteen Goals

Thirteen goals were seen in Los Angeles, where the home was welcomed by Nashville. The guests led 122 seconds before the end of the third third of 6: 3. The Kings, however, managed to settle and force the extension.

At 5: 6 he dropped to 59.Minute Slovak striker Marián Gáborík. He scored his twelfth goal in the season. The result of the duel was decided by Swiss defender Nashville Roman Josi after 18 seconds of time. Goal of Marián Gáborík.

Tomas Tatar was the only successful streak of Detroit, who lost in Vancouver 1: 4. The Czech striker has sixteen goals in the best team cannon. Tomas Jurco, Richard Pánik, Zdeno Chara and Andrej Meszaros did not score at night.

Jaromír Jágr was also a remarkable match. At the age of 42 and 322 days he became the oldest player in the history of the competition, who scored three goals in one match.

The Czech veteran put the Hetrik in the New Jersey against Philadelphia.His team won 5: 2.

“I’m glad I managed to shoot the hetrik, but I do not like being the oldest who did it. I do not want to be the oldest,” he joked after the match between journalists Jagr. Jagr: “I like to score hat trick but I do not like being the oldest guy. I do not want to be the oldest guy, “- Tom Gulitti (@TGfireandice) January 4, 2015 NHL – Saturday: Boston – Ottawa 2: 3 pp (0: 0, 1: 1, 1: 1 – 0: 1 ) 33. Turris (MacArthur), 56. Hoffman (Gryba), 61. Ryan (E. Karlsson) 37. Krug (Krejci, Griffith) 51. Marchand (Krejčí, Eriksson) —————————————————————-

Goals: 1. Greene (Richards), 27. Martinez (Brown, McBain), 36.King (Muzzin, Kopitar), 58. King (Muzzin, Kopitar), 59. GABORIK (Martinez, Doughty), 60. Carter (Kopitar, Martinez) 10. Ellis (Ribeiro, S. Jones), 23. Ekholm (C. Smith, Ellis), 24. Arcobello (Wilson, Volchenkov), 49. Jokinen (Bourque, Gaustad), 61. Josi (Forsberg, Ribeiro). Goalkeepers: Quick (10. M. Jones) – Rinne, shot on goal: 30:25, 18,230 spectators.

MARIAN GABORIK (Los Angeles) played 17:05 min, 1 + 0, one minus point, three shots New Jersey – Philadelphia 5: 2 (3: 0, 2: / P>

Goals: 14. Jágr (Henrique), 16. Elias (Havat, Zajac), 20. Jagr (Gomez, Greene), 30. Gomez (Henrique, Larsson) – 37. MacDonald (B. Schenn, Voráček), 46. Lecavalier (MacDonald, Del Zotto). Goalie: Schneider – Emery (21.Mason), goalkeeping: 18:20, 15.066 spectators. Jágrov hetrik. NY Rangers – Buffalo 6: 1 (4: 0, 2: 1, 0: 0) Goals: 9. Brassard (St. Louis, Boyle) 10. Kreider (J. Miller, McDonagh) , 12. Nash (St. Louis, Brassard), 13. Boyle (Nash, Zuccarello-Aasen), 23. Hagelin (Hunwick, Klein), 35. Fast (Hayes) – 23. Stafford (Benoit). Goalie: Lundqvist – Neuvirth (13th Enroth), goalkeeping: 39:25, 18,006 spectators.

ANDREJ MESZÁROŠ (Buffalo) played 16:23, one plus point, one shot Pittsburgh – Montreal 1: 4 (1: 2, 0: 1, 0: 1) Goals: 10. Perron (Crosby, Downie) – 3. Pacioretty (Gilbert, Galchenyuk), 7. Desharnais (Plekanec, Weise), 22. Gilbert (Pacioretty, Subban), 55. Jemelin (Eller, Sekáč). Goalie: Fleury – Price, goalkeeping: 31:33, 18,630 spectators.Winnipeg – Toronto 5: 1 Goals: 24. Galiardi (Byfuglien), 26. Halischuk (Chiarot, Ladd), 31. Byfuglien (Wheeler, Little), 44. Little (Perreault, Ladd), 51. Chiarot (Little) – 23. Santorelli (van Riemsdyk, Phaneuf). Goalie: Hutchinson – Reimer, goalie shot: 40:21, 15,016 spectators.

RICHARD PÁNIK (Toronto) played 7:24 min, one minus point, two streaks Dallas – Minnesota 7: 1 (1: 0, 5: 1, Goals: 6. Fiddler (Cole, Daley), 26. Sceviour (Seguin), 28. Fiddler (Ritchie, Oleksiak), 29. Seguin (Klingberg, Jordie Benn), 32. Cole (Jamie Benn) , Oleksiak), 59. Ritchie (Moen, Oleksiak) – 36. Vanek (Koivu, Paris). Goalie: Lehtonen – Kuemper (29. Bäckström), goal scored: 35:22, 18.532 spectators. Arizona – Columbus 6: 3 (1: 0, 3: 2, 2: 1)

Goals: 14.(Hanzal, Yandle), 39. Gagner (Hanzal, Ekman-Larsson), 40. Hanzal (Gagner, Erat), 44. Chipchura (Rieder), 46. Gagner (Yandle , Hanzal) – 23. Jutin (Skille, Collins), 25. Wisniewski (Dubinsky, Foligno), 59. Johansen. Goalie: M. Smith – Bobrovskij (46. McElhinney), goal scored: 34:26, 13,159 spectators. Vancouver – Detroit 4: 1 (0: 0, 1: 0, 3: 1)

Goals: 22. Edler (51. Vrbata, 59. H. Sedin (D. Sedin, Edler), 60. H. Sedin (D. Sedin) – 57. TATAR (Nyquist, DeKeyser). Goalie: R. Miller – Howard, goalie: 24:30, 18,870 spectators.

TOMÁŠ TATAR (Detroit) played 15:30, 1 + 0, one plus point, three shots; TOMÁŠ JURČO (Detroit) played 11:08 min, one goal shot of Tomas Tatar.

Goals: 18. M. Karlsson (Goodrow, Tennyson), 19.Oshie (Steen, Gunnarsson), 40. Shattenkirk (Schwartz, Tarasenko), 42. Schwartz (Steen, Shattenkirk) 12. Oshie (Steen, Shattenkirk) ), 45. Jaškin, 50. Oshie (Shattenkirk, Šťastný). Goalie: Niemi (45. Stalock) – Elliott, goalie shot: 20:33, 17,562 spectators.