A goal and pass from forward Kaprizov helped Minnesota defeat Calgary in an NHL match
The Minnesota Wild defeated the Calgary Flames in a regular season match of the National Hockey League (NHL). This was reported by a Lenta.ru correspondent.
The meeting took place in Calgary and ended with a score of 5:2 in favor of the guests. A double from Matthew Boldy, as well as goals from Marcus Foligno, Kirill Kaprizov and Yoel Eriksson, helped Minnesota win. In addition, the Russian striker scored an effective pass.
Kaprizov has played 23 games this NHL season. The Russian scored 23 points, scored eight goals and provided 15 assists. Kaprizov has been playing for Minnesota since 2020.
Minnesota won its fourth victory in a row and, with 22 points, is in seventh place in the Western Conference Central Division standings. Calgary has 23 points, the team is in fourth place in the Pacific Division.
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