Defender Nathan Beaulieu has marked a first goal in over a year and its success has allowed the Winnipeg Jets defeat the Chicago black hawks 3 to 2, Sunday night at the MTS Centre.
At the beginning of the third period, the former first-round Montreal canadiens took a run on reception who deceived the vigilance of the goalkeeper Corey Crawford.
“Obviously, this was not the most beautiful goals I have scored, but it was a big goal, said Beaulieu to the web site of the national hockey League. This match was important for us. We knew how important this victory was important, just for the points classification. This was not our best match, but we knew we had to win this important part, and this, at an appropriate time.”
In addition to providing the victory to the training of Manitoba, Beaulieu also touched the bottom of the net for the first time since November 27, 2018, when he wore the uniform of the Sabres of Buffalo.
It was obviously his first success of the campaign 2019-2020. During this match, he also got one assist, bringing his point total to six in 27 games this season.