There was 'danskeropgør' in the north american however the NHL on the night of Thursday, when the Winnipeg Jets with Nikolaj Ehlers defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs with Frederik Andersen in goal the whole match.
Ehlers brought Winnipeg the lead after four minutes of play in the first period. The dane sent the puck in an empty goal, because Frederik Andersen was stumbled behind his goal and tried in vain to reach the back.
the Fault, where the Danish goalkeeper drops, get a lot of comments on the road...
Oh no Andersen. Falls down on a dump in and Ehlers scores into an empty net. Yikes— Justyn™ (@justyn_lfc) January 9, 2020
Oh dear. Andersen tried to play the puck beside the net and fell, leaving the door open for the Ehlers two scores. 1-0 Jets.— Kristen Shilton (@kristen_shilton) January 9, 2020
Fluke goal for Winnipeg - a mirror image, clumsiness, wise, of Toronto's first goal in Winnipeg. the— Murat Ates (@WPGMurat) January 9, 2020
Frederik Andersen fell over trying to pick up a dump-in and Nik Ehlers fired it into the empty net.
Toronto got equalized less than a minute later, and so it continued the fight through. Two more times was in Winnipeg in front, but Toronto closed both times the hole, so that the position after the regular time was 3-3.
Overtime ended without a goal, but in straffeslagskonkurrencen secured Blake Wheeler victory to Winnipeg for the eighth strokes.
Lars, Or was, with almost 19 minutes on the ice one of the most used players at the Washington Capitals, as in the first lost 2-3 to the Philadelphia Flyers.
Ehlers utilizes Andersen's snublerier behind the goal. Photos: John E. Sokolowski/Ritzau Scanpix
Frederik Andersen messed up in the night, but was also the focus of two days ago.
It is rare that Frederik Andersen will be switched off in the middle of a national hockey league match.
But it happened on the night of Tuesday local time, when the dane and the rest of the Toronto Maple Leafs lost 4-6 at home to the Edmonton Oilers.
Frederik Andersen was pulled out shortly into the second period, as Toronto came behind in 0-3.
the Replacement did not happen, because the Danish landsholdsmålmand had done it badly. It was more to spare the keeper, explains Toronto-coach Sheldon Keefe.
- Before I took the decision to switch him out, so I said to our team that I had not going to let Freddie play behind the defense. It would not be fair to him.
- at that time Already, it felt as if he had worked enough for a whole battle, says Keefe to nhl.com.
Frederik Andersen made 16 saves on 19 attempts, but the game did not work after the tactical plan, which was laid, says the coach.
- It was not transferred to the ice, so I had to do something to get the team's attention and to spare Freddie, from what happened. I have no criticism of what he did in the goal, says Keefe.
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Reservekeeperen Michael Hutchinson hadn't expected to get on the field.
I was surprised to get into, because I felt that Freddie was superb in the first period. He was the reason we were only trailing by a single goal.
- He played well, but then they got two great chances in the second period and scored, but it was not Freddie's fault, says Hutchinson, to the nhl.com.
Frederik Andersen could from the bench, see a storspillende Connor McDavid deliver a drømmemål for Edmonton.
The canadian superstar used a look-away-feint, took an elegant drag past the Toronto-player Morgan Reilly and udplacerede Hutchinson at 6-3-scoring.
I could see that we got in trouble when we did not support each other. It is a lesson for us, and we must stand together, even if we are inside a good period of time.
- We can't expect to go our way, if we don't work enough for it, says Frederik Andersen nhl.com.
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