Seattle Kraken loses with Grubauer first NHL

The Seattle Kraken lost the first NHL game of its history. The new team around National Torwart Philipp Grubauer lost the Vegas Golden Knights Away 3: 4 on Tuesday evening (local time).

Grubauer was changed from the Colorado Avalanche to the 32nd NHL team before the season. He conceded two goals early and then showed a usual strong performance. But because there were two more goals for Las Vegas, the first three NHL hits in the history of the octopus were too little for a premiere victory.

Earlier, defending champion Tampa Bay Lightning for the first game of the season against the Pittsburgh Penguins 2: 6.

The NHL returns to the mode and the divisions from the time before Corona in this season. The teams have 82 main round games, the play-offs begin in May 2022. NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said that there were only four players in the league who are not vaccinated against the coronavirus.

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