Honka made a great save on that wraparound early when Bishop was clearly beat to one side to keep it 0-0. He also was able to skate it out of trouble in his own end repeatedly. He had one bad turnover that resulted in a goal, but then again, Klingberg makes that exact same turnover once or twice a game (also resulting in goals against) and no one bats an eye. That second goal was only partially on Honka: it was a lucky bounce to a lucky mid-air slap that squirted through Bishop's arm.
Say what you will about Val, but he's been bounced up and down the lineup, and invariably, HIS LINE ALWAYS SCORES. He might not get an assist, but look at the last dozen or so games, even games where we only scored one goal, and the winger on the ice when it happened was Val. He just does a lot of little things to make that *poo poo* happen. He also made an exceptional breakaway-pass-to-himself-off-the-boards move that almost resulted in a backbreaking goal, but Saros is also a really good goalie so he stopped it. Happens.
Gleason is an interesting case. Despite being ranked #58 in North America, he was never drafted. Kicked around in the OHL for a few season, scoring quite a bit, capped off with an 18-points-in-21-games performance in the Memorial Cup playoffs and won the championship. Still no interest. So he walks into Traverse City, impresses everybody, has a great preseason, then rocks in the AHL. And now he kinda scored his first NHL goal in his first NHL game, with some deft stickwork in the third to stop Pred attacks and create offense the other way. Sure, he fell down in OT and Nashville scored, but that's also a puck Bishop normally stops (Bishop really sucked after the second intermission today). I woudln't be surprised if Gleason is still up with the club when Polak and them get back.