Oliver Bjorkstrand made points for the fourth national hockey league match in a row. Here, he has made two goals and five assists.
The Danish NHL-player Oliver Bjorkstrand scored the lone goal in the Columbus Blue Jackets' victory over the Ottawa Senators on the night of Tuesday in the NHL.
the Goal dropped after 21 seconds in the third period after two goalless periods at home on the Nationwide Arena in Ohio.
the Defender Zach Werenski shot at the goal, and it was here that the Danish højrewing stake in and directed the puck behind Craig Anderson in the Senators goal.
It was Bjorkstrands sixth score of the season.
Bjorkstrand are thus three matches from tangere klubrekorden for the most number of matches in a row with points.
It belongs to Jaroslav Spacek from 2003 and Bryan Berard from 2005. Zach Werenski, however, have currently also made points in seven games in a row and can thus put new klubrekord, if he is doing points in the next battle.
It was the Blue Jackets' fourth victory in the last five matches. The team is still messing around in the bottom of the Eastern Conference.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 26 November 2019, 05:00