Kirill Kaprizov became the third Minnesota player to break 10 goals and 10 assists in 20 or fewer games at the start of the season. For this achievement, the Russian took fewer matches than others
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Kirill Kaprizov (right)
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Russian striker Kirill Kaprizov became the third player in Minnesota Wild NHL history to score 10 goals and 10 assists in 20 or fewer games at the start of the season. At the same time, he needed fewer games for this than his predecessors – Marian Gaborik and Zak Parise.
Kaprizov in the game with the Carolina Hurricanes club (2:1 after overtime) scored an assist, which was his 10th this season. To overcome the mark of 10 goals and 10 assists, the Russian took 18 matches.
Earlier in the history of the club, only Marian Gaborik (for 19 games in the 2005/06 season and 20 in the 2007/08 and 2001/02 seasons), as well as Zak Parise (for 20 meetings in the 2014/15 season) showed such performance.
Kaprizov scored two goals and became the second star of the day in the NHL
Georgiev made a shutout against the Ovechkin club
Russian Colorado Avalanche goaltender Alexander Georgiev saved all 32 shots on goal in a 4-0 win against the Washington Capitals and was named the first star of the game.
Georgiev moved to the Avalanche from the New York Rangers in July, played 11 games for the new club, in which he saved an average of 93% of shots and helped the team win eight victories.
Kucherov was the first to score 10 goals in Tampa
Russian forward Nikita Kucherov became the first Tampa Bay Lightning player to score ten goals this season.
In the match with the Nashville Predators (3:2 after overtime), Kucherov scored three points – a goal and two assists.
Lightning defenseman Mikhail Sergachev scored one assist, Tampa goaltender Andrey Vasilevsky saved 30 shots and became the second star of the match.
“Tampa” in the next match on the night of November 22 Moscow time will play with the “Boston Bruins”. Fonbet accepts bets on the victory of Lightning with a coefficient of 2.10, on the victory of Boston with a coefficient of 2.85.