NHL: Seider scores in victory in a duel against Sturm

National ice hockey player Moritz Seider from the Detroit Red Wings has won the duel against Stanley Cup winner Nico Sturm in the North American professional league NHL. The Red Wings defeated the San Jose Sharks 7-4.

Defender ace Seider scored the important goal to make it 5:4 in the last third (54th). It was the first win after four consecutive defeats for Seider and his team, while San Jose suffered another defeat after three wins.

Seider was on the ice for 21.17 minutes with the Red Wings, center Sturm was on the ice for 12.40 minutes with the team from California.

When the Seattle Kraken beat the New York Rangers 3-2 in extra time, German national goalkeeper Philipp Grubauer was absent from the home team due to a lower body injury.

NHL: Storm scores in Sharks win

Frankfurt am Main (SID) – The German ice hockey professional Nico Sturm has enabled his San Jose Sharks to achieve an important success in the North American professional league NHL. The 27-year-old equalized 2-2 against Minnesota Wild five minutes before the end of regulation time before the Sharks prevailed 3-2 after a penalty shootout.

Sturm, who joined San Jose ahead of the season from champions Colorado Avalanche, ended his five-game winning streak without scoring.

In total, the Augsburger has six goals and one assist in 17 games this season. Despite the second success, his team remains in the bottom third of the Western Conference.

NHL: Seider with two assists in Red Wings win

Exceptional ice hockey talent Moritz Seider made a decisive contribution to his Detroit Red Wings’ third win in a row in the North American professional league NHL. The 21-year-old prepared Matt Luff’s goal to make it 1-2 in the 3-2 win after extra time against the New York Rangers. Seider was also the assist when Dominik Kubalik scored the winning goal in extra time.

The former Mannheim player has provided five assists in twelve games. Last season, Seider was the first German to be awarded the Calder Trophy for best NHL rookie. The Red Wings remain second in the Atlantic Division with seven wins.

NHL: Defending champion strikes back against Rangers

After the Tampa Bay Lightning won the Stanley Cup for the past two years, Jon Cooper’s team remains a strong contender for the coveted trophy.

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A 4-1 win over the New York Rangers leveled the best-of-seven series of the Eastern Conference finals.

After just three minutes, Pat Maroon set the course for the defending champion to win. Nikita Kucherov, Steven Stamkos and Ondrej Palat scored the other goals for Tampa Bay. At Rangers, only Artemi Panarin was able to do some cosmetic work in the final section.

The Florida team also had the opportunity to thank goalie Andrei Vasilevski, who played a key role in the home win with 33 saves. Game five will take place again in New York on Thursday night. A team needs a total of four wins to advance to the Stanley Cup finals.

In the Eastern Conference Finals, the opponent for the German national ice hockey player Nico Sturm and the Colorado Avalanche is sought, who have asserted themselves against the Edmonton Oilers with the superstars Leon Draisaitl and Connor McDavid.

Born in Augsburg, Sturm has the chance to win the Stanley Cup as the eighth German.

After a strong World Cup: Wissmann with an NHL contract

With his strong performances at the Ice Hockey World Championships in Finland, national player Kai Wissmann has earned a contract with the NHL club Boston Bruins.

The defender from the German champions Eisbären Berlin will receive a one-year entry level contract from the six-time Stanley Cup winner. The Bruins announced on Tuesday.

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The 25-year-old from Villingen-Schwenningen, who had two goals and five assists at the World Cup, will receive $825,000.

For the Eisbären, with whom he successfully defended the DEL title this year, Wissman scored 20 points (4 goals, 16 assists) in 55 main round appearances. They added seven (1 goal, 6 assists) in the playoffs.

Draisaitl concedes equalization with Oilers

Ice hockey superstar Leon Draisaitl has to tremble again with the Edmonton Oilers in the NHL playoffs.

The Canadians surprisingly lost the rough game four at the Los Angeles Kings 0:4 and had to accept the 2:2 equalization in the best-of-seven series.

Game five takes place in Edmonton on Wednesday night.

Draisaitl as a perennial favorite with the Oilers
Draisaitl had the most ice time in the Oilers with 21:38 minutes alongside Connor McDavid (21:45). For LA, where former national coach Marco Sturm is behind the gang as an assistant coach, Trevor Moore, Troy Stecher and Carl Grundstrom were successful in a double pack.

The Tampa Bay Lightning also drew 2-2 against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Center Ross Colton scored twice in the 7-3 win.

The Washington Capitals walk on the Florida Panthers in Game 3 in the NHL

Thanks to their big victory this Saturday (6-1), the Washington Capitals regained the advantage in the series against the Florida Panthers in the first round of the NHL playoffs.

Washington has a message to send. Beaten Thursday by the Panthers (6-2), after winning the first game of the series (4-2), the Capitals have again regained the advantage in this first round of the NHL play-offs. Faced with the winner of the Presidents’ Trophy (rewarding the best team of the regular season), the 2018 champions, qualified for the final tournament as the fourth aces, recalled that they had to be counted on during this month of May in winning match 3 (6-1), thanks in particular to Alex Ovechkin (1 goal, 1 assist) and Nicklas Backström (2 assists).

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