Four assists for Roman Josi in San Jose


Roman Josi charges Matt Nieto: the Bernese is not only an exceptional passer … © KEYSTONE / AP / Jeff Chiu

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Published on 06.03.2022

Roman Josi had one of the best nights of his career on the ice in San Jose. The Bernese delivered four assists in Nashville’s 8-0 success against Timo Meier’s Sharks.

Now credited with 59 points with his 14 goals and 45 assists in 53 games, the captain of the Predators will quickly beat his record of 65 points established during the 2019/2020 season. Facing San José, who lost a tenth time in twelve games, Roman Josi presented a record of +6. It reflects well the magnitude of his performance. He thus obtained the second star of the evening.

The unfortunate hero of this encounter was Alex Stalock. For his first NHL game since August 7, 2020, the Sharks goalkeeper was “chased” in the 47th after the 6-0 scored by Michael McCarron, the man of the match with his two goals and two assists. The Sharks had not conceded such a heavy defeat without scoring a goal since December 5, 1991 during the first season in their history. They lost on this identical result of 8-0 against Pittsburgh. “To lose on such a score is… embarrassing,” said San Jose captain and ex-Servettien Logan Couture.


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