IJshockeyer Daniel Jumped in the night of Saturday on Sunday a leading role played by the Anaheim Ducks. The 21-year-old Dutchman made both goals in the 1-2 win in overtime on a visit to the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Jump was in the sixteenth minute, responsible for the 1-1 with a fine shot from a difficult angle and in the second minute of the overtime for the winning 1-2 with an icicle in the corner.
The born in Amsterdam, now has three hits behind his name stand for the Ducks. He was recently on his debut for the club from California equal for the first time.
The Ducks were against the Jackets eighth victory in the last nine matches and rose to the second place in the Pacific Division.
Dutchman Leap scores in debut NHL team Anaheim Ducks
Jump came at the beginning of december on the Pittsburgh Penguins
Jump came at the beginning of december on the Pittsburgh Penguins, that he swapped for the 22-year-old Swedish defender Marcus Pettersson.
Jump, who as a seven-year-old for his ijshockeycarrière with his parents to Canada moved, was partly due to a major injury the past few seasons to only 42 games for the Penguins.
In 2015 was Jumped by the Penguins as the 46th elected in the annual ‘draft’ of the NHL, where clubs turn talents to be able to choose.
In October of that year, made a Jump at age eighteen his debut in the largest ijshockeycompetitie in the world, making him the first Dutch-born player in the NHL since Ed Kea (1974-1983).