Kyle Connor unleashes hat rain

Kyle Connor unleashes a rain of hats


Kyle Connor completed a hat trick as the Winnipeg Jets secured a fifth straight 7-4 win over the Vancouver Canucks at Canada Life Center on Sunday.< /strong> 

The 26-year-old athlete scored his hat-trick while being well placed in the slot. He accepted the pass from Pierre-Luc Dubois and did not miss this chance. He thus obtained his 18, 19 and 20th goals of the season.

It was Kyle Connor who opened the scoring as he knows how to do so well by rushing to the net and shooting a shot that opposing goalkeeper David Rittich didn't see. He scored his second in the first period to give his team a two-goal lead.

A few minutes later, the visitors responded thanks to J.T Miller and Jack Studnicka.

< p>The B.C. team tried everything by coming back from two goals twice, but the nets of Axel Jonsson-Fjallby and Dylan DeMelo, who went on the attack to give the victory to their , will have been fatal.

Nicolaj Ehlers and Morgan Barron are the other markers for the winners. Bo Horvat and Sheldon Dries completed the scoring.

For their part, the Canucks are 4-6 in the last ten games.

Jason Robertson provides the victory at the Stars

Jason Robertson pulled two bunnies out of his hat in a 5-1 Dallas Stars victory over the Florida Panthers at American Airlines Center.

Jason Robertson got caught up in twice by recovering his own return to open the scoring by beating goaltender Spencer Knight. He scored his 28th goal of the season in the third period which allowed his team to breathe a little easier with a three-goal lead.

Florida forward Carter Verhaeghe replied by jumping on a return throw. It hit the back of the net a few minutes after the second goal for the Texas team, scored by Nils Lundkvist.

Miro Heiskanen completed the score sheet.

With This victory put the Stars back on the road to victory after two road losses in California against the Anaheim Ducks and the Los Angeles Kings. For their part, the formation of Florida had won its last two games before presenting itself in Texas.