Both Block Bozer and JT Miller scored one goal and one assist. Thatcher Demko won the first Bruce Boudreau match on Monday when host Vancouver Canucks beat the Los Angeles Kings 4-0. Guide the team.
Conor Garland and Zuho Ramicco also scored Canucks on their first expedition after Travis Green and Jim Benning General Manager were fired. Demco recorded 31 saves in the second shutout with 90 starts.
The victory was the 568th time for Budlow as NHL head coach. Vancouver has won three wins in the last four games.
Kal Petersen stopped 26 shots for Kings, who lost three out of four games.
Bozer’s power play tally not only caused a goalless drought in 13 games, but also started scoring early in the second period. Tanner Pearson sent a pass to Bozer in the right circle from the side of the net, and he soon from Kings Defense’s Drew Dowty skates at 3:17 for his fifth goal of the season. I gave only one shot that bounced off.
Garland quickly doubled the lead. Immediately after Demco made two saves to Victor Albidson, Canax went in the opposite direction of Puck. After Vasily Podcordin created the turnover, Garland stuffed the net with a loose pack at 5:43 in the frame for the eighth goal of the campaign.
Elias Petteson had a great chance to extend Vancouver’s lead when he hit a penalty shot in the second half of the second period, but missed the net with a shot.
Lammikko’s first goal of the season was a 3-0 incident at 6:59 in the third period. Lammikko used the Rasmus Kupari giveaway that sent the pack to him in the slot to compress the shot inside a distant post.
Miller closed the scoring with a 7:12 power play goal (a slap shot rocket from the face-off dot on the right) to score Season 9.
Only a few nights after Kanax was ridiculed by the ice after losing 4-1 to the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins, they went into a standing ovation.
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