Gregory Hoffman opened his goal counter in the National Hockey League! The Jurassic scored its first success under the colors of Columbus in a 4-1 win over Dallas.
The defector scored from Zug 2-0 on the 31st after a breakup led by Dane Oliver Bjorkstrand, another rookie. Previously, he had participated in the opening of the same Bjorkstrand on the sixth. Grégory Hofmann was awarded the second star of the evening. The first went to his guard, Elvis Marslikens. The author of 31 saves, the ex-Loughani only bowed to former Benoit Tyler Seguin’s success in 139” of the sirens.
“It was a wonderful evening, a really special evening,” Gregory Hoffman confirms. “I could have scored in the first half. But I knew how to take my chance to win 2-0. Bjorkstrand did a great job and I was able to finish it.” With that fourth win in six games, the Jurassic was off to a very good start to the season that will lead him to Madison Square Garden on Friday for a major challenge against the New York Rangers.
Niederreiter is also a scorer
Nino Niederreiter was also a great evening. Le Grison scored his second goal of the season in Carolina’s 4-1 home win over Toronto. He signed 3-1 on 37 to contribute to this…his fifth win in five Hurricanes encounters.
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