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Sport Tkachuk denies trying to steal puck from Primeau's 1st NHL win

23:50  12 december  2019
23:50  12 december  2019 Source:   thescore.com

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Tkachuk stole the puck from defenceman Otto Leskinen and quickly fired on Primeau , with Brown The 20-year-old Primeau stopped all 12 shots he faced in the first while dealing with constant traffic The six-foot-three goaltender denied winger Tkachuk on a 3-on-1 midway through the frame, where

Primeau won the tight goaltending battle over Anders Nilsson, who stopped Tkachuk stole the puck from defenceman Otto Leskinen and quickly fired on Primeau The six-foot-three goaltender denied winger Tkachuk on a 3-on-1 midway through the frame, where Tkachuk opted to shoot instead of pass.

Brady Tkachuk claims he wasn't up to any mischief when he collected the puck after Wednesday's game against the Montreal Canadiens - which just so happened to be the first NHL victory for his old pal Cayden Primeau.

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The Ottawa Senators pest was spotted grabbing the puck before skating off the ice following his club's overtime loss. However, during his venture, he was met by Carey Price, who was looking to give the biscuit to his goaltending partner.

Price was then asked whether he thought Tkachuk was stealing the puck.

"I think so," Price said, per The Athletic's Arpon Basu. "I was watching to see what happened to the puck and just saw him scoop it up."

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Primeau , the son of former NHL player Keith Primeau , allowed three goals on 35 shots in a losing effort in his The six-foot-three goaltender denied winger Brady Tkachuk on a 3-on-1 midway through the frame, where The Senators tied the game three minutes after that. Tkachuk stole the puck from defenceman Otto An error has occurred while trying to update your details. Please contact us.

Cayden Primeau made 35 saves for his first NHL win , and the Montreal Canadiens defeated the Ottawa Senators 3-2 in overtime at Bell Tkachuk drew the Senators within 2-1 on a power play when he scored his 11th goal on a shot from the slot at 4:30. Brown tied it at 2-2 with a backhand shot at 13

Tkachuk was asked about it Thursday, and he pleaded innocence.

"Honestly, I didn't even realize it was his first win puck," he told The Athletic's Chris Stevenson. "I know (Primeau). I played with him at the U18 Worlds and we won a gold medal together. I know him pretty well. Honestly, I didn't even think of it. When I saw him, I was like 'Oh, OK.' I didn't even realize. I was just going to give the puck to a kid in the stands."

Primeau, 20, was a seventh-round draft pick of the Canadiens in 2017. Thursday's win came in the second NHL start of his career.

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