Shilov contributes to the team’s victory in the AHL match

Artūrs Šilovs, a Latvian goalkeeper, helped the Abbotsford “Canucks” team secure a victory in the American Hockey League (AHL) game on Saturday. The “Canucks” defeated the San Jose “Barracuda” on the road with a score of 5:1 (1:0, 3:1, 1:0). Šilovs saved 25 of 26 shots in this match and was recognized as the second star of the game. He has participated in 24 games this season and celebrated 15 victories, allowing an average of 2.56 pucks and saving 90.3% of shots.

Raivjas Ansons, representing the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton “Penguins”, experienced a loss to the Charlotte “Checkers” with a score of 1:3 (0:0, 0:1, 1:2). Anson did not make a mark in the statistical columns in this match and had a neutral utility coefficient, but in the season as a whole in 22 matches he has one goal, two assists and a negative utility of -3.

The Belleville “Senators” represented by defenseman Christian Rubin also experienced failure on Saturday, losing 2:4 (0:1, 0:1, 2:2) to the Manitoba “Moose” hockey players at home. Rubin scored twice and had a neutral efficiency ratio, but in the season as a whole, the Latvian has two goals, four assists and a positive efficiency ratio of +2 in 28 matches.

The “Penguins” are in seventh place in the Eastern Conference with 29 points in 33 games, while the “Senators” are in 13th position with 33 points in 36 matches. The Canucks are fourth in the Western Conference with 46 points in 34 games. This season, all teams play 72 matches in the AHL regular season.

The AHL match between the Springfield Falcons and the Providence Bruins was a close one, with both teams playing their best. However, it was the performance of one player in particular that made the difference in the end. That player was Springfield’s forward, Nikolai Shilov.

Shilov, who joined the team in the summer of 2019, has been a key contributor to the team’s success this season. He has shown his versatility, playing both center and left wing, and has been an offensive threat, scoring 10 goals and adding 10 assists in just 33 games.

On the night of the match, Shilov showed why he is so important to the team. He scored the game-winning goal in the third period, giving the Falcons a 3-2 lead that they would not relinquish. He also contributed an assist earlier in the game, and was a constant presence in the offensive zone, creating scoring chances for his teammates.

Shilov’s performance in this game was a perfect example of why he is such an important part of the team. He is a hard-working, two-way player who can make an impact in all three zones. His ability to create offense and score timely goals is invaluable to the Falcons, and his contributions have been a major factor in their success this season.

With the playoffs fast approaching, the Falcons will be counting on Shilov to continue his strong play. He has already proven himself to be an important part of the team, and his performance in this match was just another reminder of why he is so valuable.