ST. LOUIS – Patrik Laine had never invented the NHL single-game qualification challenge.
Winnipeg coach Paul Maurice did not share the modesty of his boys.
Lain will play the 61st NHL history tonight on Saturday night, Jets won the San Louis Blues 8-4.
"I was surprised at not having happened beforehand," said Maurice. "It got three points in the night, it has been able to get a lot more".
Lain did not share the confidence of his coach.
"Someone thinks it will come easy, no," Lain said. "The best score in this league is difficult, it's hard. It's the best champion in the world. Obviously it's five points, it's pretty real, but I think it's easy, it's not."
He was awarded five goals by one player in Johan Franzen Detroit Red Wings on February 2, 2011. Toronto's Maple Leafs Darryl Sittler was the last six goals in the game, on April 22, 1976 against Boston.
Joe Malone played in the first days of the NHL in Montreal Canadiens, and scored seven goals in January 1920 with Quebec Bulldogs. He played six goals and played three goals.
Brandon Tanev, Blake Wheeler and Brandon Lemieux also achieved the first two games that lost the season's tide.
Laurent Brossoit scored four goals in 27 goals in his first race against St. Louis. He improved 4-1-1.
Chad Johnson scored six goals in 25 shots and won 2-5-0. He left for Jake Allen, after being sixth and after Lain scored the fourth goal of the game. Allen stopped nine of the nine plans against the relief.
Lain made five goals in the last four major contests in games of November 10 and 11.
"I felt a bit when I touched a bit of this puck," Lain said. "It was one of the few. Probably not happen a little bit, but we hope. Good night and my friends have been very good at night."
Laine's online friends, Bryan Little and Kyle Conner, help four of Laine's five goals.
"It's true," said Lain as he has witnessed his career. "We're honest, as we seemed to be the owner of Pucka, and Patty was open. We just looked at it. I think this chance happened tonight and everything else. I think it's a good shooter."
Lain scored the first goal at 16:26 only when he was 41 minutes in the first game, Wheeler had all-time fourth-season goals.
The Tarasenko game, 2-all, tied at 1:24 a.m. later, throwing a line of 10 games without a goal in its seventh season of the season.
Laine's second goal was to defeat Vladimir Tarasen's two-minute power play and put Winnipeg 3-2.
Lain made his seventh career and the third in November Johnson won 12: 5 for the second time.
Blues defenseman Joel Edmundson won the third Laine third goal by Tyler Myers, but did not do anything to change the tide, when Lain finished fourth.
Lain won the fifth game when he pushed Allen Little Pass, the NHL history player turned 45 to play five goals.
"We have to play harder," said David Perron, left wing of Blues. "We respect a lot, too."
Perron, Ryan O & # 39; Reilly and Pat Maroon also won the Blues match that won the match, from November 6 to 9.
"This is hard to swallow, especially when we made an effort tonight, such as beating a team," said Captain Blues, Alex Pietrangelo. "We will be ready".
NOTES: Blues LW Brayden Schenn played the 100th game with the team. . Perron scored 14 goals in the first half. … Jets RW Blake Wheeler skated in his 800-year NHL game. Lain scored 13 goals in San Luis 11 career games.
Jets: Pittsburgh Penguins accommodation on Tuesdays
Blues: Detroit Wednesday started three games on the road.
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