Tim Stützle puts a gala performance on ice for the Ottawa Senators in the NHL. Not only does he score the winning goal, but he is also involved in all other goals. However, the German national ice hockey player is not satisfied.
National ice hockey player Tim Stützle led the Ottawa Senators to their fifth win in six games with an outstanding performance in the North American professional league NHL. Born in Viersen, he was involved in all four of the hosts' goals in the 4-3 after overtime against the Calgary Flames. Stützle initially prepared the first three Ottawa goals, in overtime the 21-year-old attacker then scored the winning goal after 1:55 minutes.
For the shooting star, who last left participation in the World Cup open in May, it was the scorer points 50 to 53 this season. At the end of January, Stützle had already shone with four points in the 5: 4 win at the Montreal Canadiens.
Still, he wasn't satisfied. The match winner then complained that the puck often jumped in front of the goal in promising situations and in overnumbered games. He doesn't feel "great, to be honest," said Stützle. "I got really annoyed a couple of times, but in the end we worked it out."
The extension only came about because Ottawa, thanks to Stützle, made up a two-goal deficit in the last 2:14 minutes of the third period. For the Senators it was the 25th win of the season in 52 games, but the playoff places remain a long way off for the club as the penultimate in the Atlantic Division.
Meanwhile, Moritz Seider continued the upward trend with the Detroit Red Wings. A 6-1 win at the Vancouver Canucks was the third win in a row. Seider put the lead up to 1-0.