After a shaky start in the new club San Jose has the former Ottawa captain has become the big backstjärna as the club desired.
For the 13th match in a row, got Karlsson back and made the points which none of the players in the club in the past. Against Los Angeles, he played in addition to all three objectives.
With a total of 35 assists is 28-year-old is now second in the backarnas scoring.
" It started a little slow, I'll have to admit. A bit of a shame, but not much to do about now. Now it runs more automatically. I övertänker things not so much. It is the big difference, " says Karlsson to the newspaper Aftonbladet.
a goal and an assist as Nashville defeated Toronto at home with 4-0.
She made the fifth goal with a slap shot a couple of metres from the point of the numerical advantage. The goal, which was game-winning, meant 1-0 halfway through the second period.
Then extended the Nashville lead and the match ended 4-0. Ekholm was noted for his 25th assist of the season when he was involved in the preproduction of Kevin Fialas targets, which set the final score with just over a halvminut left in the game.
" We played pretty solid defensively. It was a few minutes in the middle of the second period when they were everywhere. But then we played stable, " says Nashvilleforwarden Filip Forsberg to Sportsnet after the game.
on the ice for Nashville after having been injured since the end of november.
" It was great to be back out there. I was so clearly a bit rusty, but I thought it felt okay. I created some chances and had some shots, I tried to keep it simple, " he says.
For Toronto, it was a hearty pour cold water after the weekend's convincing 5-0 victory at Vancouver. Completely compared to your opponent, however, was the team not. Auston Matthews had two stolpträffar and got a goal bortdömt as a result of offside.
missed 20 games in the beginning of the season due to an injury on the upper body. But in his third match since he came back he was now an assist. St. Louis also won the match against Philadelphia 3-0.
In St. Louis-the goal was for the first time the 25-year-old canadian Jordan Binnington, who began his NHL career with to keep the clean sheet.