A broken stick helps Golden Knights hockey players win Merlickin’s Blue Jackets

Columbus ‘Blue Jackets lost to Vegas’ Golden Knights in the National Hockey League’s 2: 3 game on Sunday morning with Elvi Merzlikkin.

Merzlikin repelled 32 of 35 shots, scoring two goals in the third period.

After the throws of Gustav Nyquist and Alexander Texier, Columbus took the lead 2-0 in the first third.

In the middle of the second period, Kigan Collolesar also scored the first goal for the Golden Knights.

At the start of the third period, the Blue Jackets erred in the majority, and Riley Smith, who slipped alone against Merzlikin, equalized.

The scorer was Matthias Janmarks. Golden Knights defender Nicholas The Hague broke a bat in a throw, and the puck reached Janmark, who hit it in an empty corner.

The next game “Blue Jackets” will be played on Monday against Zemgus Girgenson Buffalo “Sabers”.