SEATTLE — Martin Jones made 32 saves, including 16 in third quarter, Seattle Krakens let Pittsburgh Penguins Fourth loss in a row, 3-1 Saturday at Climate Promise Arena.
“It’s a team win,” Krakens coach Day Hackstal said. “We talked about it before the game. We had a chance to get something done here. This is Game 10. We played a lot of hockey. For us, we look at things in segments, at the end of the second segment. , we have an opportunity to position ourselves well in that segment, and we can do that.” Jaden Schwartz scored a goal and assisted for the Krakens (4-4-2), who ended the game 2-1-0 at home. Jack Gunzel scores on his return, Casey DeSmith made 27 saves as the Penguins (4-4-1) lost the last four of their five-game road trip, including Friday at the Vancouver Canucks 5-1 game. VIDEO: PIT@SEA: Guentzel knocks off a defender and buries it Guentzel, who missed four games with an upper body injury, intercepted at 10:05 of the second quarter Jamie Oleksiak crossed the ice at the blue line Pass and beat Jones on five holes. “Obviously you never want to go out, so it’s nice to be back in the game with your teammates, but it’s just a tough result,” Guentzel said. “Hopefully we can go home (against the Boston Bruins on Tuesday) and things will change.” Seattle scored twice in the second quarter, but every goal was invalidated by video censorship. Penguins challenged Ryan Donato for a catch at 8:09 and determined he was ahead of The puck goes into the attacking zone and is in an offside position before his goal. After a clear goal from Andrei Blakovsky , another A challenge came at 11:17, the goal was disallowed due to a missed game stop event, when video confirmed Alex Wing Berg plays ice hockey with a high pole. VIDEO: PIT@SEA: Eberle ties in second quarter The clock is reset to 11:09, Jordan Eberle 11 seconds The score was then tied at 1-1. Matty Beniers. Crease” to get the third final stuck People, you know, getting the crowds big, yeah, we definitely got some momentum out of that, of course,” Jones said. Morgan Geekie gives Seattle a 2-1 lead at 18:33 , score by Daniel Sprong. At 19:00 in the third quarter of the final, Schwartz scored an empty goal, 3-1 final. “Jones was there when we needed a big rescue,” Huxtor said. “We did a lot of the right little things and won some of the right battles at key moments, including face-offs, so we did a lot of these little things.”
VIDEO: PIT@SEA: Geekie leads the rebound Penguins forward Jeff Carter injured his lower body in the first quarter and did not return. Coach Mike Sullivan said Carter was being evaluated. “Our people are discouraged. As you know, they are proud people,” Sullivan said. “They care about winning, and when you go through a moment like this, everyone feels that because they care. We all do, so we have to make sure we turn frustration into determination and make sure we can continue to find solutions. And I Knowing we’re a good hockey team, we’ve shown great ability, we’ve got the ability to play better.” NOTE: Guentzel at 22: 10 had four field goals. His 165th goal passed Kraken general manager Ron Francis and tied Martin Straka for 10th in Penguins history. … Pittsburgh Forward Jason Zucker is missing two There were two field goals and two hits at 15:51 after an undisclosed injury game. …Sullivan coached his 516th game, tying Ed Johnston for the most in Penguins history. … The Beniers scored 17 points, a teen that ranks ninth among active skaters in the first 20 NHL games. … Kraken forward Jared McCann ends his four-game winning streak and the Beniers have him The three-game winning streak ended.