Malkin’s goal and two assists did not save Pittsburgh from defeat in the NHL game

Malkin’s goal and two assists did not save Pittsburgh from defeat in the NHL game against Ottawa

MOSCOW, 19 Jan – Hockey players “Pittsburgh Penguins” lost “Ottawa Senators” in the regular season match of the National Hockey League (NHL).
The meeting, which took place in the capital of Canada, ended with the victory of the hosts in overtime with a score of 5:4 (2:2, 1:1, 1:1, 1:0). For the Senators, goals were scored by Alex Debrinkat (8th minute), Tim Stuetzle (10th), Drake Batterson (30th) and Shane Pinto (51st) in regular time. The decisive goal in overtime scored Brady Tkachuk (61). Jason Zucker (7), Russian forward Evgeni Malkin (16), Mark Friedman (24) and Rickard Raquell (53) scored against Pittsburgh.
National Hockey League (NHL)
January 19, 2023 • start at 03:00
Finished at OT
OttawaCanada

five : four

PittsburghUSA
Malkin also chalked up two assists. The Russian spent the 319th game in the NHL regular season, in which he scored two points or more. According to this indicator, the Pittsburgh forward ranks fourth among active hockey players and is second only to teammate Sidney Crosby (436 games), Washington Capitals forward Alexander Ovechkin (412) and Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane (320). The all-time league record holder is Wayne Gretzky (824).

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