Girgenson was on the ice for 13 minutes and 23 seconds in the team’s success, three minutes and two seconds of which he played in the minority. The Latvian striker had one shot on goal, used one power play, won six of seven shots and ended the match with a negative efficiency coefficient of -1.
Rasmus Dahlin stood out with 1+2 for Sabres, while Eric Johnson and Jeff Skinner scored a goal each. Filip Kurashev and Taylor Redish scored accurate shots for the home team.
With 17 points in 18 games, the “Sabres” are in 13th place in the Eastern Conference and will play their next game on Wednesday, when they will meet the Washington “Capitals”.
Meanwhile, Spencer Martin was in goal in the Blue Jackets’ loss to the Flyers, making 21 of 25 shots.
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Alexandre Texier and Boon Jenner stood out for the Columbus club with accurate shots, while Ryan Pelling stood out with 1+2 for the home team, Joel Faraby and Cam York scored 1+1 each, and Travis Konekny and Bobby Brink also scored.
The “Blue Jackets” are in the last 16th place in the Eastern Conference with 12 points in 19 matches and will try to end the losing streak on Wednesday when they host the Chicago “Blackhawks” hockey players.