The 18-year-old left winger had one shot on target at 16:59 of ice time.
“It was great and I’m sure it will only be better and better, like when the season starts (October 12), but it was fantastic,” said Slavkowski. “It was definitely faster, but those are little things. I’ll get used to it.”
“I’ve won two pucks, lost a few. I can be better. I know myself, I can play better, I can skate faster and shoot more.”
It was the first pre-season game for each team.
Thomas Tatar And the Graeme Clark Record for demons. Mackenzie Blackwood He started and scored 15 saves in 16 Devils shots. Nico Doss He came in the middle of the second half and made five saves.
Cole Caufield Canadian record. Jake Allen Made 18 saves in 29:18, and Kayden Primo He made 11 saves on 13 shots comfortably.
Coffield scored in the strong game at 12:32 of the first period to give the Canadians a 1-0 lead.
Tatars tied 1-1 with a strong goal at 16:07 of the second half.
Clarke scored at 14:03 in the third game of the final 2-1.
New Jersey Center Nico Hescher He left the match after the first half due to cramps. Hescher, the Devils captain, hit once on goal in 6:24 of icy time.
Panthers 4, Predators 3 (overtime): Alexander Barkov He scored with 1 second remaining in overtime to give the Florida Panthers a 4-3 victory over the Nashville Predators at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville in the preseason opener for each team.
Barkov’s shot veered off the left circle while lunging inward.
Paul Morris made his first appearance as coach for Florida in the first two separate games between the two teams, which will play again in Nashville at 8 p.m. ET.
Ryan LombergAnd the Ito lostarinen And the Kai Schwendt record and Aaron Ekblad And the Santo Quinonen Both had assists for the Panthers. Barkov got help and Sergey Bobrovsky He made 10 saves on 12 shots at 31:45 before taking his place Mac Guzdawho made 12 saves.
Josu Parsenin He had a goal and help for predators. Conor Ingram He made 10 saves on 12 shots at 31:17 before taking his place Devin Cooleywho made 18 saves.
Nino Niedretter He was aided in his debut by Predators after signing a two-year contract worth $8 million ($4 million average annual value) on July 21.
Ryan Johansson 3-3 tied for Nashville with 5:25 left in the third period on a swerve.
Lostarinen gave Florida a 1-0 lead with a reduced goal 43 seconds before the end of the first half when he scored two goals for one.
Schwindt made it 2-0 at 3:41 of the second half before Parsinen cut it 2-1 at 4:42. Roland McKeown Draw 2-2 at 11:45.
Lomberg put the Panthers 3-2 ahead at 2:11 from the third goal on a rebound on the left side of the net.
Rangers 4, Islanders 1: Igor Shesterkin He stopped all 14 shots he faced midway through the second half, helping the New York Rangers to a 4-1 victory over the New York Islanders at Madison Square Garden in New York.
It was the first pre-season game for each team.
Kandrey Miller Score a shortened goal, and Brennan Usman He had assists for Rangers. Dylan Garand He made nine saves to relief Shesterkin, who played 31:41 after winning the Vezina Cup last season and was voted as the NHL’s best goalkeeper.
Robin Salo He scored for the Islanders, who lost in Lane Lambert’s first game as coach. Semyon Varlamov He allowed four goals in 20 shots in 31:15 before he took his place Jacob ScharickWho made 15 saves.
Jimmy Vesi Rangers gave the 1-0 lead in strong play at 10:51 of the first half with a sharp angled shot into Varlamov’s left shoulder from the right side. The 29-year-old striker, who played his first three NHL seasons (2016-19) with Rangers, is in a training camp under a professional trial contract.
Chris Crieder He made it 2-0 on the rebounds at 15:48.
Miller cemented the lead to 3-0 four seconds before the end of the period when he scored from the serve of Osman, who chased the puck into the corner after the islanders turned.
Zack Jones He pushed it to 4-0 with a one-timer at 11:41 of the second half.
Salo scored in the 16:10 minute for the 4-1 final.
Blues 4, stars 0: Josh Levo He had two goals and one assist for the St. Louis Blues in a 4-0 win over the Dallas Stars at American Airlines Center in Dallas.
Logan Brown He had a goal and assist for St. Louis, who won their first two pre-season games. Thomas Grace He made 10 saves in the first half, and Colton Ellis Make 23 stops to complete the lockout.
Anton Khadobin He made 11 saves in 13 shots in the first, and Jake Oettinger He made 13 saves on 15 shots for Dallas in the pre-season opener.
And Brown scored his third goal in two games on a rebound at 13:13 from the first to make the score 1-0.
Leveau made it 2-0 at 19:04, then scored again at 11:54 of the second half to take a 3-0 lead for the Blues.
William Peyton He scored at 13:01 in the third game of the 4-0 final.
Predators 4, Panthers 0: straight ahead Matthew Tkachuk He was held without a point in his Florida Panthers debut, with a 4-0 loss to the Nashville Predators at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.
This was the second of two split matches between the two teams. Visit Florida won the first game 4-3 in overtime.
Tkachuk, who hit once on goal at 18:13, got on July 22 in the deal sent to the front Jonathan Huberdeau and defenseman Mackenzie and jealous Calgary flame.
Ryan McDonagh He got help with his first appearance of the Predator, and Matt Duchene And the Matthias Ekholm Each had two passes. Kevin Lankinen He stopped all 13 shots he faced before being substituted midway through the second half Yaroslav Askarov (12 save).
Spencer Knight He started in goal for the Panthers and made 19 saves on 20 shots in 29:56. Alex Lyon Make 15 saves in relief.
Philip Forsberg Nashville put it 1-0 at 14:23 of the first half. It was his first game since signing an eight-year contract worth $68 million ($8.5 million average annual value) on July 11.
Cody Glass Pushing it 2-0 at 8:01 in the third game from the right hash points to a pass from Duchene for a hard-playing goal.
Colton Seasons He made it 3-0 at 13:30 when he finished off the breakup with a backhand kick, and Tanner Guinot He threw McDonagh’s shot at 17:12 for the 4-0 final.
McDonagh was traded to Nashville by Tampa Bay Lightning on July 3.
Freelance NHL.com reporter Sean Farrell contributed to this report