ice hockey | NHL: Clear bankruptcy for Sturm and Minnesota in the NHL

Status: 02/19/2022 07:36 a.m

The German ice hockey professional Nico Sturm has suffered a home defeat with the Minnesota Wild in the North American professional league NHL for the first time after six wins in a row.

Nico Storm

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The Wild lost 2:6 (1:2, 0:1, 1:3) against the top team Florida Panthers. Sturm remained without a goal in the fifth game in a row. Meanwhile, Florida’s Mason Marchment scored his first hat-trick in the NHL.

Minnesota is second in the Central Division behind Western Conference champion Colorado Avalanche. Florida leads the Eastern Conference.

Huberdeau tied with Draisaitl and McDavid

Jonathan Huberdeau set up two Panthers goals in the win and joined Edmonton Oilers’ Leon Draisaitl and Connor McDavid at the top of the league’s scoring list. All three currently have 68 points, with the German striker having the most goals in the league with 35 and Huberdeau having the most assists with 51.

Third mission for Reichel

When the Chicago Blackhawks lost 1-0 to the Dallas Stars after a penalty shoot-out, Lukas Reichel briefly played for the third time in the world’s best ice hockey league. A month after his last assignment, the 19-year-old from Nuremberg was called to the Blackhawks by the Rockford Icehogs farm team on game day.

Reichel had 18 minutes on the ice and was also allowed to compete in the penalty shootout. There he failed to Stars goalie Jake Oettinger, who had previously saved all 34 shots on his goal in the game and recorded his first NHL shutout.

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