Czech hockey forward Petr Sýkora has proven his worth back in the line-up for the Minnesota Wild. Sýkora, who sat out the Wild’s last game, scored once on Friday and earned one assist to help his team defeat the New York Rangers by a score of 3:2.
In other NHL action, Tomáš Fleischmann scored two goals for Washington in a losing effort against the New York Islanders, who won 4:3 in overtime.
The Florida Panthers’ Rostislav Olesz scored the only goal in the shoot-out on Friday between the Panthers and Dallas, giving Florida a 6:5 win.
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