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Kostin Leads Edmonton to Victory Over Toronto


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Moscow, March 2 – Hockey players “Edmonton Oilers” defeated “Toronto Maple Leafs” in the match of the regular season of the National Hockey League (NHL).

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The meeting, which took place in Edmonton, ended with a score of 5: 2 (3: 1, 2: 0, 0: 1) in favor of the “oil workers”. As part of the Oilers, two goals were scored (4th and 14th minutes) by Connor McDavid, who repeated the feat of Alexander Mogilny and Mario Lemieux, having scored two or more goals in five matches in a row. The record holders for this indicator are Joe Malone and Punch Broadbent (6 matches in a row with two or more goals in each match), Zak Heyman (19), Keeler Yamamoto (29) and Russian forward Clem Kostin (38) also became the authors of goals for Edmonton. Toronto’s David Kempf (13) and Mitchell Marner (42) scored.
Kostin also made one pass and was recognized as the second star of the meeting. Russian goalkeeper “Toronto” Ilya Samsonov saved 27 shots out of 32.

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