Two Undefeated Teams See Their Streak End

Published October 27, 2023 at 3:41 PM

Going into Thursday night, the NHL had three undefeated teams for the first time ever through six games.

The three teams were the Boston Bruins, Colorado Avalanche, and the Vegas Golden Knights.

Boston and Colorado both lost their games on Thursday, giving each team their first losses of the year.

The Bruins faced the Anaheim Ducks, who they had beaten the previous week convincingly.

A 3-1 lead in the third period for the Bruins looked like the game was theirs, but the Ducks would not be counted out.

Troy Terry and 2023 second-overall pick Leo Carlsson would tie up the contest at two, sending the game to overtime.

In the extra frame, Mason McTavish scored the winner for Anaheim in a huge win for the Ducks.

The Colorado Avalanche faced off against the Pittsburgh Penguins which was not as close of a game.

Two early goals by newly-acquired Reilly Smith put Colorado in a hole early.

After captain Sidney Crosby scored to make it 3-0, the Penguins looked to their goaltender Tristan Jarry.

Jarry stood tall for Pittsburgh earning a 4-0 shutout, his second of the season.

Vegas looks to improve their record to 8-0 with a home game against Chicago on Friday.
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Two Undefeated Teams See Their Streak End

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