Danish Oliver Bjorkstrand contributed a goal to the Columbus Blue Jackets' 5-2 win against the Washington Capitals.
There was danskermøde on the ice, as Oliver Bjorkstrands Columbus Blue Jackets was visiting the Washington Capitals and Lars Or.
And it was the Blue Jackets, who pulled the longest straw, as the team won 5-2 in the NHL on the night of Tuesday, with the dane in the lead role.
Despite the fine with the time on the ice has been on a lean yield of Bjorkstrand at the latest, after he in the beginning of december have missed the opportunity to tangere a nice klubrekord of seven games in a row with points.
Four games have the Blue Jackets lost since then, and four games in a row has not succeeded the dane to score points for the team.
But in this NHL round turned the happiness of the Danish højrewing, when he directed the puck into the goal for the post 4-1.
- sometimes you lucky, sometimes you are unlucky. I've been unlucky for a while now, " says Bjorkstrand, according to Fox Sports.
the Dane praises at the same time, the opponents for a good effort against the Capitals, Blue Jackets general have had a use against with wins in five of the last six matches.
Lars, Or got in a total of 19 minutes on the ice for the Capitals, but was neither listed for goals or assists.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 10 December 2019, 07:00