Sunday , January 17 2021

Facts and Figures: The top line helps Devils robbing senators

The top line of New Jersey Devils was too much for Ottawa senators a 5-2 victory Prudential Center on Friday.

Taylor Hall led the way to four points (two goals, two assistants), Kyle Palmieri scored and had two assistants and a second year center Nico Hischier it had a goal and help to help Devils (12-15-7) in a three-game losing streak.

Video: Grubauer, Holtby, Vatanen saves the lead on Friday's best

The Four Points Game was Hall's second season; he also had two goals and two assisted against Pittsburgh Penguins 13. November. The ninth time of the NHL career at Hall, last season's Hart Trophy winner, has had at least four points in the game. He leads Devils with a score of 37 points (11 goals, 26 assistants) in 32 games, including 11 points (four goals, seven assistants) in eight games this month.

Palmieri is the top of the Devils with 18 goals. He has had at least 24 in the first three years in New Jersey, including the highest 30 NHL career in 2015-16. Since 2004-05, only two Devils with four direct 20-goal seasons are ahead of Brian Gionta (2005-2006 – 2008-09) and Zach Parise (2006-2007 – 2009-10).

Holtby, the capitals closed Sabers

Braden Holtby made 36 savings and Washington Capitals won Buffalo Sabers 2-1 Capital One Arena, closes three lines of Sabers in the process.

Forward Sam Reinhart (11 games) Jack Eichel (seven games) and Jeff Skinner (seven games) everyone had points.

Holtby is 9-3-1 against Sabre

Washington city center Evgeny Kuznetsov was helpful Tom Wilsonseven minutes left in the third season. Kuznetsov has 32 points (seven goals, 25 assistants) in 28 games and has at least one point on all but five games this season by tying Edmonton's Oilers Center Connor McDavid (29 games out of 34 playable games) least games so far (at least 20 games are played).

Video: BUF @ WSH: Kuznetsov sets up a Wilson goal

Delia helps Blackhawks get the best third straight win of the season

Collin Delia made 35 savings and maintained the NHL's highest scoring line to help Chicago Blackhawks beat Colorado Avalanche 2-1 season's best third win.

In his first NHL start this season, Delia finished the line Gabriel Landeskog, Nathan MacKinnon and Mikko Rantanen, which leads the NHL to a total of 155 points.

Delia is 2-1-0 in three career games with Blackhawks, two of which have entered Pepsi Center in Denver. He scored five goals against 36 shots against Avalanche 30. March 2018

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