Giroud, who also received assistance, signed a three-year, $19.5 million contract ($6.5 million average annual value) with Ottawa on July 13.
Alex DeBrinkat And the Shin Bento Each of them had a goal and help, and Matthew Joseph He had two assistant senators. Anton Forsberg Made 21 exports.
Nick Suzuki He had two assists in his pre-season debut, and Sam Montembolt He made 18 saves for the Canadians, who lost their first six pre-season games (0-5-1).
DeBrincat gave Ottawa a 1-0 lead in 3:13 of the first period in strong play, one timer off Giroux for his third pre-season goal.
Giroud extended the lead to 2-0 at 5:52 of the second half, taking in a pass from DeBrincat.
Joel Jeremiah Cut it to 2-1 at 8:20, and David Savard He scored after 44 seconds at 9:04 to tie the score 2-2.
Tyler Mutt He scored his third goal of the season to give the Senators a 3-2 lead at 11:10, and Pinto regained his two-goal lead for the Senators with his fourth preseason goal at 18:53.
Cole Caufield It cut to 4-3 on playing power in 14:57 from the third period, but Brady Tkachuk He scored his first pre-season goal 1:11 later at 16:08 to give Ottawa a 5-3 lead.
Arber Xhekaj His wrist exploded from Joseph’s hand at 16:36 for the 5-4 final.
Blues 4, Wild 2: Pavel Buchnevich He had a goal and an assist for the St. Louis Blues in the 4-2 win over the Minnesota Wild at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis.
Jordan Bennington He stopped all 11 shots he faced in his first two spells for the Blues. Joel Hoover Make 15 saves in relief.
Tyson Jost And the Mason Show Each of them had a purpose and help for the wilderness. Philip Gustafson Made 23 saves.
Buchnevic scored one time from the right circle 1:05 in the first half to give St. Louis a 1-0 lead.
Jake the Neighbor A power goal from the left circle made it 2-0 at 11:42.
Nathan Walker He scored from the hole to make it 3-0 at 10:18 of the second half.
Shu cut to 3-1 on the rebound at 6:58 of the third period, but Clem Costin He scored at 13:57 for the Blues to lead 4-1.
Jost scored in the 19:19 minute for the 4-2 final.
Islanders 4, Flyers 3 (overtime): Noah Dobson He scored eight seconds before overtime to give the New York Islanders a 4-3 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
Josh Bailey He had a goal and two passes, and Adam Bellick Two passes Two passes to the islanders who I agreed to an eight-year contract with the center Matthew Barzal earlier on Tuesday. Ilya Sorokin Make 30 saves.
Scott Lawton He had a goal and help, and samuel erson He saved all 15 shots he faced in 29:17 for the Flyers in their last game before the start of the season (1-4-1). Troy Grosnick Make 14 saves in relief.
Loughton scored a volley in 2:09 of the second half to give Philadelphia a 1-0 lead.
Bailey tied 1-1 with the goal of power play at 16:13, and Casey Sisikas He scored a short kick at 18:22 to make it 2-1.
Owen Tibet He scored in 5:05 of the third period to draw 2-2, and Taner Lazinski Put Flyers ahead 3-2 at 8:53.
Anders Lee Draw 3-3 for the islanders at 12:19.
Cypress 4, Hurricanes 2: Thompson’s crown And the Dylan Cousins Each had a goal and an assist for the Buffalo Sears in the 4-2 win over the Carolina Hurricanes at KeyBank Center in Buffalo.
Vinnie Hinostroza And the JJ Petrka record and Craig Anderson Made 23 saves for Buffalo.
Jamison Race And the Malt Stromwal record and Peter Kochetkov He made 26 saves for Carolina in the pre-season final (4-1-0).
Al Saif advanced 3-0 after the first half.
Hinostrosa made it 1-0 at 6:59 with Buffalo’s 10th shot in a row to start the match.
Thompson skates around the Hurricane Defense Man Ethan Burr He scored over Kochetkov’s shoulder to make it 2-0 at 10:52.
Cozens pushed the lead to 3-0 at 18:16 when he intercepted a touchdown pass in his own area and scored with a breakaway hard kick.
Reiss cut the score to 3-1 at 1:45 of the third inning, and Stromwall scored 19 seconds later at 2:04 to turn Carolina within 3-2 before Petrka hit the empty net at 18:40 for the 4-2 final. .
Saber forward Kyle Okposu He sustained an upper body injury in the second period and is not expected to skate for a few days, according to coach Don Granato.
Hurricanes Defenders Dylan Coughlan He left the match in the first period with a lower body injury.
Sharks 3, Isparin Berlin 1: Stephen Lorentz scored the green goal for the San Jose Sharks in a 3-1 victory over Esperin Berlin in the NHL World Challenge at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin.
Thomas Hurt record for sharks, and James Reimer He made nine saves in 31:25. has been replaced by Kapo KahkkonenWho made nine saves.
Giovanni Fiore scored, and Tobias Anseca stopped all 21 shots he faced for Izbarin in the 30:01 minute before he was replaced by Juho Markanen, who allowed three goals from 15 shots.
Fury gave Izbarn a 1-0 lead at 12:10 of the second half with a shot from outside the left circle.
Hertel tied 1-1 at 17:06 of the second half by a narrow margin Timo Meyerand scored in front of the goal. Lorentz gave the Sharks a 2-1 lead after 40 seconds at 17:46, leading with a shot from Eric Carlson.
Luke Konin The difference increased to 3-1 with a short-term goal at 11:56 of the third half.
The Sharks open the regular season against the Nashville Predators in Prague Friday and Saturday as part of the 2022 NHL World Series (2 p.m. ET; NHLN, NBCSCA, BSSO).
Ducks 5, Kings 4: Derek Grant He had one goal and three assists for the Anaheim Ducks in the 5-4 win over the Los Angeles Kings at Honda Center in Anaheim.
Max Jones record twice, Paful Regenda He had a goal and two passes, and John Klingberg He had two duck passes. Anthony Stollers Made 32 Exports
Gabriel Velardi scored two goals, and Cal Petersen Made 27 Exports for Kings.
Velardi gave Los Angeles a 1-0 lead at 11:06 in the first half in strong play, scoring a rebound.
Grant tied 1-1 at 13:56 when his shot hit the Kings’ defense stick Jordan Spence.
Velardi scored his second goal in the 2:16 minute of the second half to give Los Angeles a 2-1 lead, and Arthur Kaliev scored after 33 seconds with a quick shot from the right circle at 2:49 to extend it to 3-1.
Jones cut the score to 3-2 at 4:09 after Kings’ slap shot went forward Karl Grundstrom. Tobias Björnfoot Los Angeles regained the lead with two goals at 7:47 from the left circle.
Jones scored his second goal from a no-look pass between the two men with a backhand from Grant to cut it to 4-3 in 14:44.
Regenda tied 4-4 at 16:48 with his third pre-season goal. Frank Vatrano He scored 51 seconds in the third inning in a 5-4 final strength match.
Golden Nights 4, Coyotes 3: Aden Hill He made 50 saves for the Vegas Golden Knights in a 4-3 win over the Arizona Coyotes at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Arizona edged out Vegas 53-28, including 28-5 in the second period when Hill saved 26 saves.
William Carlson The Golden Knights gave the 4-3 lead from the right circle at 18:02 of the third inning.
Zachary Hayes scored two goals, and Michael Amadeo Three assists for Vegas.
Barrett Highton He had a goal and two passes, and Jonas Johansson Made 24 stops for Arizona.
Hayes gave the Golden Knights a 1-0 lead at 8:53 of the first period and made it 2-0 at 13:57, a pass each from Amadeo.
Matthias Maxelli He cut it to 2-1 at 4:19 of the second half on a bounce at the right post before Highton equalized 2-2 at 6:01 when the puck veered off his skate when a shot bounced off the Dylan Ginter.
Pavel Dorofeev The Golden Knights gave 3-2 lead, scored from the hole from a pass Sakari Mannin It’s 12:06 from three. Alex Chiason A 3-3 draw in the power game at 17:44 with Coyote playing 6v4 after Johansson was pulled.