NHL: Seiders Red Wings surprise at the Penguins

Moritz Seider and the Detroit Red Wings won in the NHL with top team Pittsburgh Penguins.

At 3:2 after a penalty shootout, Seider was on the ice longer than any other Red Wings outfield player. Goalkeeper Thomas Greiss has not yet been able to play again after leaving the league’s corona protocol before the game.

In the absence of the first goalkeeper, Calvin Pickard became the match winner. The Red Wings reserve goalie saved 36 shots on goal and kept a clean sheet in the penalty shoot-out on his first game of the season.

Without Nico Sturm, who was included in the Corona protocol, the Minnesota Wild won 3-2 at the New York Rangers. Before the game, the jersey of goalkeeper legend Henrik Lundqvist from Sweden was pulled under the roof of the hall in a ceremony – the number 30 of the long-time Rangers goalkeeper will no longer be awarded.

The Seattle Kraken game with German goalkeeper Philipp Grubauer at the New York Islanders scheduled for Saturday was postponed to Wednesday due to a storm warning for the US state of New York, the league announced on Friday.


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