(dpa). Ice hockey national player Leon Drysettle scored three goals against the Ottawa Senators at Edmonton Oils, 4–2, and was particularly recognized for his second goal. NHL’s top scorer and teammate Connor McDavid said “this is a shot that only a few people in the world can get and are one of them” behind the line in net.
“I have brought myself into a position from where I can probably take the goalkeeper by surprise and fire a shot quickly to get a chance,” said Drysettle. On the broadcast station NBCSN, commentators could hardly believe the shot and goal on Wednesday, even after many repetitions. “Most didn’t even try that shot,” said trainer Dave Tippe.
Drisital scored a total of four points in the eighth win of the season with Tim Stutzley in the eighth win with the Senators and an interim 3–2 win over McDavid. The hat trick was the fifth of his NHL career and second in the game against the Senators this season.
In the last five weeks with main round games, the Oilers, which also play Dominic Cahun, have been runners-up in the Canada division. “I think we can take some more steps. I think we are on the right track.
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