Show of power of the Danish king Frederik in the night

The Danish ice hockey goaltender Frederik Andersen was nearly impossible to pass, because the NHL the showdown between his club, the Toronto Maple Leafs and Phi

Show of power of the Danish king Frederik in the night

The Danish ice hockey goaltender Frederik Andersen was nearly impossible to pass, because the NHL the showdown between his club, the Toronto Maple Leafs and Phi

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
03 November 2019 Sunday 03:00
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Show of power of the Danish king Frederik in the night

The Danish ice hockey goaltender Frederik Andersen was nearly impossible to pass, because the NHL the showdown between his club, the Toronto Maple Leafs and Philadelphia Flyers on the night of Sunday, Danish time would be decided on strokes.

Frederik Andersen saved 10 out of 11 attempts, and as two of his teammates simultaneously got the puck because the Flyers-goalie Brian Elliott, it ended with a victory of 4-3 to Toronto.

Every day, we talk about how he makes sure that we keep both feet on the ground. Many times, he keeps us inside the fight. It was a big performance by him in the straffeslagskonkurrencen, and everything here is happening because of his rescues, says Maple Leafs-forwarden Mitchell Marner about the dane for the win.

The regular match ended 3-3, and since none of the teams managed to beat in injury time, should the winner be found by the strokes. At Toronto 11. try scored by Andreas Johnson the decisive goal.

It is the longest straffeslagskonkurrence in Toronto Maple Leafs history. With the victory breaks Toronto also a streak of three defeats in a row.

In other night matches, won the Danish Patrick Russell and the Edmonton Oilers 2-1 after overtime against the Pittsburgh Penguins, while Frans Nielsen-Detroit Red Wings lost 0-4 to the Florida Panthers.

the Winnipeg Jets with Nikolaj Ehlers on the ice in a good 19 minutes trailing 1-3 after the first period against Las Vegas, the Golden Knights, but got equalized in the third period. In overtime scoring Kyle Connor sejrsmålet for Winnipeg.

Oliver Bjorkstrand and the Columbus Blue Jackets lost at home with 0-4 to Calgary Flames.

Updated: 03.11.2019 03:00
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