Wednesday, May 18

New victory for Minnesota Wild – pointless Zucca

The Norwegian, who has played great for Wild this season, did not get any goals or assists in the match this time, but scored for two minutes of suspension in the last period.

Thus, he ended his scoring after goal points in ten straight games. In these two games, he scored a total of 18 goals after five goals and 13 assists.

Partner Kevin Fiala, for his part, scored goals in his eleventh game in a row after signing up for an assist on Matt Boldy’s goal.

Fiala has thus taken 14 goal points in ten games, which is the longest active period of scoring in the NHL and the second longest in the club history of Wild after Mikael Granlund who took 12 points in a row in the 2016-2017 season.

The Minnesota Wild went tough and led 2-0 before the first five minutes of the first period were over, after scores by Brandon Duhaime (3.36) and Joel Eriksson (4.39).

Brock Nelson reduced for the Islanders after 13.56 out in the first period.

The second period ended 1-1 after Matt Boldy scored for Wild 2.36 into the period, and the Islanders’ Ross Johnston put the puck in goal after 4.03.

In the final period, Wild star Kirill Kaprizov scored Wilds’ fourth goal after 11.27, and the Islanders got their last by Oliver Wahlström two minutes before the period was over.

Mats Zuccarello got two minutes in the box after hooking up. The Norwegian got 19 minutes and 14 seconds on the ice.

He thus still stands with 40 goal points in 34 games after 13 goals and 27 assists so far.

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