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Charlotte, NC (SportsNetwork. nike roshe one Blancas .com) – Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was involved in a car accident on Tuesday. Details were not immediately provided by the team. We are closely monitoring the situation of a car wreck involving Cam Newton, the Panthers said via Twitter. We will have more information at an appropriate time. The Charlotte Observer said the accident occurred at about 12:50 p.m. ET near Bank of America Stadium. The paper said one of the vehicles involved in the accident overturned. Newton, the paper said, appeared to be hurt and was transported by an ambulance to a local hospital. A picture from the Observers Twitter page showed Newton conscious and smiling while being examined by medical personnel. Nike Roshe One NM BR Negras . With its star striker on the bench because of a left-knee injury, Madrid could afford to miss an early penalty and still go through 3-2 on aggregate. “We are pleased to have reached the semis, that was our goal. nike roshe one baratas Negras .S. – B.C.s Kalia Van Osch locked up a semifinal berth in womens competition at the Canadian junior curling championships Thursday with a 7-6 extra-end win over New Brunswicks Jessica Daigle.The Pittsburgh Steelers continued to clear cap space by restructuring WR Antonio Browns contract Friday. According to a report from ESPN, the Steelers restructured Browns contract to save $4 million towards the cap. The reported move comes days after the team gave veterans Troy Polamalu and Heath&nnbsp;Miller new contracts to save cap money. nike roshe one Mujer. Brown had his best season last year with the Steelers, recording 110 receptions for 1,499 yards and eight touchdowns.The 26-year-old former sixth-rounder has 261 catches for 3,561 yards and 15 touchdowns in his four years in Pittsburgh. cheap nfl jerseys cheap jerseys cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys wholesale jerseys ‘ ‘ ‘

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MILWAUKEE — As conditioning tests go, this might have been a little bit more than Tyson Chandler was expecting in his first game back. Mason Crosby Packers Jersey . A double-overtime victory made the extra effort worthwhile. Chandler played 36-plus minutes in his return from injury, J.R. Smith hit a go-ahead jumper in the second overtime and the New York Knicks beat the Milwaukee Bucks 107-101 on Wednesday night. Chandler cramped up at the end of the game, earning him an apology of sorts from Knicks coach Mike Woodson. “Its a sign of not being out on the floor and running,” Woodson said. “I apologized to him — but hell, I needed him.” Chandler didnt mind at all. “I was willing to do whatever it took to get a win,” Chandler said. “I told coach, dont put me on a minute restriction. Whatever you feel like you need or whenever you need me out there, just keep me out there.” Carmelo Anthony scored 29 points and Beno Udrih added a season-high 21 for the Knicks. Smith had 19 points. Anthony had the biggest workload of all, playing 55-plus minutes. “We were right there and it kept going back-and-forth so we needed everybody to step up,” Woodson said. “I just didnt have time to rest him. Thats how its probably going to have to be for right now.” Chandler, who had been out since Nov. 5 with a non-displaced fracture of his right fibula, had nine points and nine rebounds. “Tyson came back strong,” Anthony said. “Just his presence out there. His awareness out there on the court, how to be aggressive, knowing when to be aggressive, when not to — his comeback was big for us.” Brandon Knight scored a career-high 36 for the Bucks, who have lost four straight. John Henson had 20 points and 14 rebounds while Khris Middleton added 20 points. Bucks coach Larry Drew praised Knights scoring ability, but noted that he only had three assists — and the Bucks only had 13 as a team. “Were going to have to be better, and hes going to have to be better, at distributing the basketball,” Drew said. Simply getting through a double-overtime game was a challenge for Drew, who had only eight healthy players. “Its challenging,” Drew said. “I know a couple of our guys were gasping for air over there. But it certainly is an opportunity to see what theyre made of.” New York took a 99-98 lead on a jumper by Smith with 3:07 left in the second overtime. Anthony then hit a pair of free throws for a three-point lead with 1:32 left. Knight missed a three-point attempt, giving the ball back to the Knicks, and Anthony hit a 3-pointer with 50.1 seconds left to put the game away. Points were hard to come by late in the fourth quarter and in both overtimes, but both teams had chances. The Bucks had a shot at the win with 19.2 seconds remaining in regulation but Henson and Middleton both missed, sending the game into overtime. Drew made no secret of his annoyance with Henson deciding to take a long jumper, saying, “That was not the shot. Ill just leave it at that.” With the Knicks holding a two-point lead with 33.3 seconds left in the first overtime, Anthony missed a shot, Chandler grabbed the rebound and Andrea Bargnani missed, giving the ball back to the Bucks. Henson then tipped in a wild Knight miss, tying the game with 0.3 of a second left and sending it into double overtime. Bargnanis miss was a head-scratcher for Woodson. “I dont know if he thought we were down,” Woodson said. “This is a game of inches and obviously he had something else going through his mind at the time.” Chandlers return was a boost for a Knicks team that continues to struggle with injuries. Guard Pablo Prigioni was out with a toe fracture, and the Knicks were without Amare Stoudemire. Rookie Giannis Antetokounmpo made his first career start for Milwaukee. Antetokounmpo got in early foul trouble, but recovered to score 10 points and grab seven rebounds. NOTES: Guard O.J. Mayo was attending his grandmothers funeral and did not play for Milwaukee. … Antetokounmpo is the youngest player to start a game in team history, and the youngest player to start an NBA game since Andrew Bynum in 2006, according to the Bucks PR staff. … Raymond Felton (strained left hamstring) did not dress and Kenyon Martin (strained abdominal muscle) did not make the trip for New York. Aaron Rodgers Youth Jersey . After a 99-97 loss to the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday night, his Celtics coaches and teammates have only positive things to say about the Toronto-born rookie. Andrew Quarless Womens Jersey . Allain and Alex Saulnier combined for three goals and five points on Friday as their Wildcats defeated the Gatineau Olympiques 5-1 in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.CALGARY — Jake Virtanen scored twice, including once shorthanded, as the Calgary Hitmen cruised past the Regina Pats 5-1 on Tuesday in the Western Hockey League. Brady Brassart, Mike Winther and Pavel Padakin also scored for Eastern Conference-leading Calgary (31-11-5). Jesse Zgraggen had the lone goal for the Pats (24-19-5). Hitmen goaltender Mack Shields turned aside 31 shots, three better than Reginas Daniel Wapple. — COUGARS 5 HURRICANES 2 PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — The Cougars scored three unanswered goals to beat Lethbridge. Tyler Mrkonjic, Marc McNulty, Jordan Tkatch, Troy Bourke and Brett Roulston had a goal each for Prince George (18-24-7). Bryton Sayers and Taylor Cooper replied for the league-worst Hurricanes (9-35-5), who dropped their fifth straight. Adam Beukeboom stopped 24 shots in net for the Cougars, while Jonny Hogue made 39 savees for Lethbridge.Quinten Rollins Packers Jersey. — THUNDERBIRDS 3 WARRIORS 2 (SO) SEATTLE — Shea Theodore scored the only shootout goal as the Thunderbirds won their seventh straight game. Scott Eansor and Ethan Bear gave Seattle (29-14-5) a 2-0 lead before the game was four minutes old. Brayden Point scored twice for Moose Jaw (13-26-8), including a power-play goal with eight seconds left in regulation to force extra time. Taran Kozun made 29 saves for the Thunderbirds. Brody Willms, meanwhile, stopped 35 shots for the Warriors. — ROYALS 2 TIGERS 1 VICTORIA — Coleman Vollrath made 28 saves to help the Royals edge Medicine Hat. Brandon Magee and Brandon Fushimi had a goal each for Victoria (31-16-2). Curtis Valk gave the Tigers (26-16-3) some hope with a second-period goal. 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SUNDERLAND, England – Sunderland has hired a new sporting director to work alongside manager Gus Poyet at the relegation-threatened Premier League team. Adidas Superstar Supercolor . Lee Congerton, a 40-year-old Welshman, joins Sunderland from German club Hamburg, where he worked as technical director. He will oversee player recruitment and the scouting operation at the Stadium of Light and effectively replaces Roberto De Fanti, who left his role as the clubs director of football in January. Sunderland chief executive Margaret Byrne says “Lee is very highly regarded within football circles and we have been very impressed by him.” After his playing career was cut short by injury, Congerton was part of the coaching staff at Liverpool and Chelsea before joining Hamburg. Sunderland is second-bottom in the Premier League, but has games in hand over the other relegation candidates. Adidas Superstar Supercolor rosse . SPURS WIN TITLE: The model NBA franchise. Adidas Superstar 2 uomo . Houston coach Kevin McHale moved Howard to power forward on Monday to get 7-foot centre Omer Asik in the lineup with the teams new acquisition. Asik had four points and nine rebounds in his first game this season after dealing with a calf injury.KITZBUEHEL, Austria — Canadian Ben Thomsen punched his ticket to the Sochi Winter Games on Saturday. The 26-year-old native of Invermere, B.C., finished 12th in a World Cup downhill race over the legendary Hahnenkamm course. Thomsen met the Tier 1 criteria for nomination to Canadas Olympic team in the final race before the qualification window closed. Hannes Reichelt became the first Austrian winner of the event in eight years on Saturday, posting a time of two minutes 3.38 seconds. Norways Aksel Lund Svindal was second in 2:03.59 while American Bode Miller took third in 2:03.72. Starting 50th overall, Thomsen had a time of 2:04.80. Vancouvers Manuel Osborne-Paradis was 16th while Jeffrey Frisch, of Mont-Tremblant, Que., was 28th to earn his first top-30 World Cup result of the season. “Its been a whole season of just trying to get in the points,” said Thomsen, whose best previous World Cup result this season was 37th in downhill in Bormio, Italy. “You lose so much confidence when youre not getting results. “I wanted to go out there and I wanted to get an amazing result. For me, 12th was an amazing result. It was just good enough — Im so happy I wasnt 13th! I would put it in the top-five best runs of my life, feeling-wise.” Thomsen went into the race knowing he needed a top-12 finish to secure an Olympic berth. When he crossed the finish line Saturday, Thomsen let out a loud yell. “Theres just something about Kitzbuhel,”he said. “There are so many people here and they love ski racing so much. “Its been a tough year but the team is always right behind you, pushing you, supporting you. When you come through the finish area and you look over to your teammates and see them smiling and celebrating its really special.” With the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone looking on, Reichelt avoided the mistakes his rivals had made earlier. He was loudly cheered by 50,000 spectators when the green light for the fastest time appeared on the time table in the finish area. “This is like dream,” said Reichelt, and admitted he had “little tears in my eyes” during the flower ceremony. “Being an Austrian, coming down this course and winning here in front of all these fans, is a huge present,” he said. “This is a real highlight of my career. If you win here, you are a legend.” Miichael Walchhofer was the last Austrian to win in Kitzbuehel in 2006, and Reichelts victory will be a big boost to the Austrian mens team two weeks before the start of the Sochi Olympics. Adidas ZX 700. The former “Wunderteam” left Vancouver without a medal four years ago and is poised to improve next month. Just 15 minutes before the race, Reichelt wasnt even sure he was going to start. Suffering from persistent back problem, the 33-year-old Austrian did some free skiing to find out whether he would be able to compete without unbearable pain. “I wasnt feeling too well (Saturday),” Reichelt said. “But I dont want to talk too much about my back problems. “If you win a race, it cant be too bad.” Reichelt celebrated his seventh career win but only second in the discipline. Reichelt was also the last Austrian to win a World Cup downhill, in Bormio in 2012. By finishing second, Svindal extended his lead in the overall standings to 102 points over second-place Marcel Hirscher of Austria, who doesnt compete in downhill. Svindal also tops the downhill standings, leading Reichelt by 440-360 points. The Norwegian, who won a super-G here last year, is still chasing his first downhill win at the Streif. “Coming second in Kitzbuehel isnt too bad for a result,” Svindal said. “Bode had a mistake, otherwise he would have been unbeatable. I was happy that I was ahead of him when I finished, but I knew you could be faster. And Hannes showed just that.” It was the first downhill podium for Miller in almost two years. The American returned to the circuit this season after sitting out the complete 2012-13 campaign following micro-fracture surgery on his left knee. Miller had dominated the only training session two days ago but had a costly mistake during the race when he came off the race line at the Seidalm section halfway down the course. “Winning training runs doesnt do it for you,” Miller said. “Youve got to execute on race day. Its too many times that Ive made these stupid mistakes that arent really forced. They are not forced errors. Its not on a tough part of the course, its just a real basic part. So, its pretty heartbreaking.” The Hahnenkamm weekend is concluded by two World Cup events Sunday, with a super-G race that also counts as the first portion of a super-combined, followed by one floodlit slalom run. cheap nfl jerseys cheap jerseys cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys wholesale jerseys ‘ ‘ ‘

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Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork. Steven Hauschka Womens Jersey .com) – For over a year now, Jordan Spieth had to wonder when he would win again. He came close a few times, but his second professional victory had eluded him. Sixteen months ago, Spieth became the first teenager to win on the PGA Tour since 1931. He finally grabbed his second victory on Sunday when he pulled away from the field to win the Australian Open. Spieth had to endure some heartache between victories. He posted four runner- up finishes, including a playoff loss at the 2013 Wyndham Championship. He also shared second place at the Masters earlier this year. After a solid season in which he finished 11th on the PGA Tour money list, Spieth took some time off before heading overseas. The 21-year-old shared 35th place at the WGC-HSBC Champions, where he failed to break 70 in any of the four rounds. Last week, he finished one stroke out of a playoff at the Dunlop Phoenix on the Japan Golf Tour. Spieth then headed to Australia for his first Australian Open start. He entered the final round tied for the lead with a pair of Australians, Brett Rumford and Greg Chalmers. As the wind continued to howl, as it did all week, the Texas native beared down and torched the field. Spieth pulled away with four birdies in a 5-hole span from the third. That burst moved him to 9-under par, where he was three clear of the field. He ran off six pars in a row before catching fire down the stretch. Spieth converted birdie chances on four of the last five holes en route to winning by six strokes. It wasnt either of his birdie runs that impressed Spieth though. Really, I would say the reason I won (Sunday) was eight through 11, digging in and playing those even-par, admitted Spieth. His late birdies gave Spieth the course record at the Australian Golf Club. And if he didnt put together that late burst, things could have gotten interesting as Rod Pampling birdied five of the last six to take second place. As solid as Spieth has been in his short time on tour, not many of his numbers jump off the page at you. He posted eight top-10 finishes in 27 starts in 2014, was 13th in scrambling and 14th in scoring average, but just 146th in total driving (distance and accuracy combined). Spieth is a younger version of Steve Stricker, which isnt a bad thing at all. Spieth rarely misses the cut — hes played the weekend in 42 of 50 starts over the last two years — and contends frequently as he has 17 top-10 finishes in those 50 events. What Spieth is doing is referred to as learning to win. Unless youre Tiger Woods or Phil Mickelson or Rory McIlroy, victories are hard to come by. McIlroy was impressed with Spieths closing 63 as he tweeted, You could give me another 100 rounds today at The Australian and I wouldnt sniff 63 … Well done @JordanSpieth very impressive! Even at 21, Spieth has the respect of this fellow competitors. That may not help him win tournaments, but it shows he plays the game the right way. WOODS BACK IN ACTION Tiger Woods returns to the course this week as he hosts his own Hero World Challenge, and it will be interesting to see how he plays. The first question is, what will his swing look like? Will it be similar to any of his old swings like these? Will he be able to make it through four rounds without re-injuring his back is another lingering question. While those are pertinent questions, and there are plenty of others, hell have a strong field at Isleworth. The 18 players competing this week are all ranked in the top 40 in the world, including seven of the top 11 and 15 of the top 25. There are world ranking points available, but only the semi-retired Steve Stricker needs to concern himself with that. Stricker could slide outside the top 50 in the world by seasons end, which could cost him a spot in the Masters and other majors next year. As for Woods, this will be his first tournament action since missing the cut at the PGA Championship. There have been reports of him hitting shots and playing practice rounds, but none of that compares to tournament action. There were similar reports in July before he returned at the Quicken Loans National, which he also hosts, but he missed the cut by four strokes. Woods wont have to worry about the cut this week as there isnt one with just 18 players competing. As interesting as Woods performance will be this week, it will be equally as interesting to see when he plays again. The Farmers Insurance Open is likely to be his next PGA Tour start, and that is two months from now. If that is his next event, Woods will have played one event in nearly six months. That is plenty of time to get healthy and work out the kinks in his swing. MINI-TIDBITS – The European Tour also has a small field event this week with 30 players competing at the Nedbank Challenge. U.S. Open champion Martin Kaymer headlines a field in which 25 of the 30 players are ranked between 12th and 86th in the world rankings. – Australians Rod Pampling, Brett Rumford and Greg Chalmers may have fallen short at the Australian Open, but they did earn invites to the Open Championship as the top three finishers who were not otherwise exempt for the years third major at St. Andrews. Steven Hauschka Seahawks Jersey .C. — Rookie guard Dennis Schroder scored on a runner with 2. K.J. Wright Jersey . For the second game in a row, the Athletics won despite squandering a 4-0 lead. They also overcame a blown save by Sean Doolittle, whose streak of 26 2-3 innings ended when Miami scored the tying run in the ninth.Scott Cullen looks at an epic night of playoff hockey, with Brad Richards, Ryan Miller, Alexander Steen, Nathan MacKinnon, Paul Stastny and Raffi Torres among those to make a difference in the first games of their respective playoff series. OPENING NIGHT ON BROADWAY Though the score was tied at one into the third period, the first game of the Philadelphia Flyers-New York Rangers series was a dominant performance by the Rangers, who outshot the Flyers 35-16 (53-37 in 5-on-5 shot attempts). The game was broken open when the Rangers scored a pair of power play goals, 47 second apart, on double-minor to Jason Akeson for high-sticking Rangers LW Carl Hagelin. Akeson, 23, was undrafted out of Kitchener in the Ontario Hockey League and has been toiling in the AHL for three seasons, tallying 172 points in 208 games over three seasons, putting up two points in two regular season games against the Flyers. Akeson happened to be only Flyers player with better than 50% Corsi for the game. One of the stories of this series is that it pits three legendary members of the Tampa Bay Lightning against one another. Rangers C Brad Richards was the big scorer on the night with a goal and two assists, while RW Martin St. Louis contributed a pair of assists. By contrast, Flyers C Vincent Lecavalier played 7:42, the lowest total for any skater in the game. The only other game this season in which Lecavalier played under 10 minutes was an early March contest against Washington in which he was ejected as part of a line brawl after playing just 3:22. The territorial domination by the Rangers told the tale of this game, as Flyers first liners Claude Giroux and Jakub Voracek didnt register a shot on goal; credit for that ought to go to the Rangers defence pairing of Ryan McDonagh and Dan Girardi, who got that matchup assignment. By contrast, Rick Nash led the Rangers with seven shots on goal and was one of four Rangers with better than 70% Corsi during the game. The others were fourth-liners Brian Boyle and Derek Dorsett, as well as defenceman Anton Stralman. Stralman doesnt get a lot of pub, but hes ranked among Top 10 defencemen (minimum 500 minutes) in Corsi percentage in each of the past two seasons. Nash, along with linemates Richards and St. Louis, were matched up most often against Philadelphias top line of Giroux, Voracek and Scott Hartnell, along with the defence pairing of Mark Streit and Niklas Grossman. Ray Emery was in net for Flyers, and didnt play poorly, stopping 32 of 36 shots, but could be replaced by Steve Mason in Game Two. The goaltending may change, but thats not the issue that should be most pressing to the Flyers. They need to play with more discipline and control the puck more if theyre going to put some pressure on the Rangers. BLACK AND BLUE In a Triple-OT epic, the Blues and Blackhawks waged war in a brutal, physical game that could have lasting effects in the series. Blackhawks C Jonathan Toews, coming back from a shoulder injury, and Blues D Jay Bouwmeester, who reportedly was suffering from dehydration, both missed time during the game. Alexander Steen scored the winner, 26 seconds into the third overtime period, finishing a nifty short drop pass from Steve Ott, after David Backes beat a confused Blackhawks defence (Johnny Oduya and Niklas Hjalmarsson) to a puck behind the Chicago net. Blackhawks LW Patrick Sharp launced 11 shots, with six on goal, including a breakaway in double overtime that was stopped by Blues G Ryan Miller. Miller got off to a rough start, allowing three goals on seven shots in the first period, but Miller shut the door after that, turning aside 35 shots over the next five-plus periods. Looking for an unsung hero for the Blues in this one? How about C Maxim Lapierre, who had the best possession numbers on the team despite starting the Blues highest percentage of his shifts in the defensive zone. The Blackhawks have tended to use their fourth line — Brandon Bollig, Marcus Kruger and Ben Smith — for defensive zone face-offs, but their usage was really tilted in this game, taking one of their 18 faceoffs in the offensive zone. This was a serious hockey game, hard-hitting and whichever team ended up losing in triple overtime would have every right to be disappointed. Considering the Blues were such a banged-up team late in the season, and didnt have RW T.J. Oshie and C Patrik Berglund for Game One, that Gaame One win has to bring some measure of relief, for now, because it starts up again Saturday afternoon. Jimmy Graham Womens Jersey. ROCKY MOUNTAIN WAY Trailing 4-2 into the third period, the Colorado Avalanche mounted a rally, as Paul Stastny scored with 14 seconds left in regulation to tie, before Stastny scored again 7:27 into overtime to give Colorado a 1-0 lead in the series. Both the tying and winning goals were set up by Avalanche rookie Nathan MacKinnon, who had three assists for the game. Since December 29, MacKinnon finished the regular season with 42 points in his last 45 games and hes been a crucial part of Colorados offence. While he spent more time with PA Parenteau and Ryan OReilly in Game One, but joined Stastny later in the third period as the Avs were pressing to tie the game. MacKinon also paced the Avalanche forwards in puck possession stats. With Colorado having little faith in their fourth line of Patrick Bordeleau, Paul Carey and Brad Malone — the trio combined for just over nine minutes of ice time (three minutes per) — so Colorados top forwards played a lot. Stastny (2 G, 1 A), OReilly (1 G, 1 A) and captain Gabriel Landeskog each played more than 25 minutes. If Colorado doesnt trust their fourth line, the workload could get heavy on those top forwards if the series goes long. Avalanche LW Jamie McGinn, with a goal and an assist, and D Tyson Barrie, with two assists, were other Avs with multi-point efforts. Though he didnt get on the scoresheet, Wild RW Jason Pominville sent 10 shots towards the Colorado net, with six making it through to Avalanche G Semyon Varlamov, who stopped 29 of 33 shots he faced; not great, but better than Ilya Bryzgalov, who stopped 26 of 31. Game One did nothing to disprove the notion that the Avalanche are vulnerable, but the Avalanche have defied statistical odds this season and did it once again in Game One of the series. Their goaltender pulled with three minutes remaining, with the win probability for the Wild nearing 98%, the Avalanche needed D Erik Johnson to sweep away a long Wild shot that was trickling towards the empty cage with a minute and a half left, and that allowed the Avalanche to mount their last charge for the tying goal. SHARK NIGHT The San Jose Sharks raced out to a 5-0 lead in the first two periods, allowed the Kings to make it remotely interesting in the third, before walking away with a 6-3 win in Game One. While the Sharks had the better of play in the first period, it wasnt until they scored a pair of goals in the final minute of the period to take a 3-0 lead, that they really pushed the Kings on their heels. Four Sharks had multi-point games. RW Brent Burns scored in the empty net to finish with a goal and an assist; LW Tomas Hertl, in his third game since December 19, had a goal and an assist; C James Sheppard, despite having a rough night in the possession game, added a couple of assists; D Marc-Edouard Vlasic had a goal and an assist as well, the first time since November, 2011 that he had at least a goal and an assist in the same game. LW Raffi Torres, who played only five games during the regular season, played 8:42 for the Sharks, the lowest for all San Jose skaters, yet he scored a goal and led the Sharks with seven hits. Torres wasnt the games big hitter, though. That was Kings C Anze Kopitar, who had nine hits, all while registering six shots on goal and owning the best possession stats for the Kings, with a 66.7% Corsi%. Keep an eye on the Sharks usage. They enlisted the line of Joe Pavelski, Joe Thornton and Brent Burns to do the heavy lifting, taking one of 16 face-offs in the offensive zone. They spent most of their night matched against Jeff Carter, Mike Richards and Dwight King, while the Sharks put Patrick Marleau, Logan Couture and Matt Nieto up against Kopitar, Marian Gaborik and Justin Williams. Though the Kings mounted something of a rally in the third period, after pulling starting goaltender Jonathan Quick in favour of backup Martin Jones, scoring three times in the first 14 minutes of the period, they couldnt complete the miracle comeback and the Sharks ended up with what was a relatively easy win. Given the quality of these two teams, there shouldnt be too many easy wins in the series. Scott Cullen can be reached at Scott.Cullen@bellmedia.ca and followed on Twitter at http://twitter.com/tsnscottcullen. For more, check out TSN Fantasy on Facebook. cheap nfl jerseys cheap jerseys cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys wholesale jerseys ‘ ‘ ‘

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ST. Johnny Manziel Womens Jersey . JOHNS, N.L. — John Albert led the way on Saturday as his club made up for a poor start with a strong finish. After falling behind early, Albert scored two goals to propel the St. Johns IceCaps to a 5-2 win over the visiting Worcester Sharks in American Hockey League action. “It was just good to get the two points for the team, I think,” Albert said. “We had a slow start but we came out in the second and third period and turned it on a little bit.” “Well, its not the start we wanted for sure,” added St. Johns head coach Keith McCambridge. “We go down the ice and get a chance and then it goes back down to our end and goes in the back of our net. As the game wore on I thought we got better and better. I thought the back-half of the second and the third periods were solid for us.” Kael Mouillierat, Adam Lowry and Jerome Samson also scored for the IceCaps (28-17-3), who are 8-2-0 in their last 10 contests. Konrad Abeltshauser and Rylan Schwartz replied for the Sharks (22-19-4). Abeltshauser opened the scoring with a wrist shot from the point through traffic 35 seconds into the game. Mouillierat tied the game for the IceCaps, scoring a one-time wrister high-blocker side with 5:53 left in the first period. Sixteen seconds later, Albert took advantage of a loose puck in front of the net and gave the IceCaps the lead with a quick wrist shot. “You have to put (being down) behind you,” said Albert. “You cant look too much into it. We battled back.” At the 14:06 mark of the second, Samson made it 3-1 IceCaps when he finished a cross-crease pass from Kyle MacKinnon. Schwartz pulled the Sharks within a goal 12:12 into the second period with a high wrist shot on the end of a toe drag. 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The Maple Leafs withstood a flurry of shots by Phoenix, thanks to some tough saves by Bernier and some near-misses by the Coyotes, and pulled away to win five straight games for the first time since Jan. 27-Feb. 6, 2007. Phil Kessel had a goal and an assist to extend his points streak to six games. Jake Gardiner and Nazem Kadri also had a goal and an assist, and Carl Gunnarsson scored his first goal in nearly a year. Buoyed by their fast starts, the Maple Leafs have scored 20 goals during their winning streak. “We feel this group can continue to grow and play to a higher level — enough talking about it,” Toronto coach Randy Carlyle said. “Action speaks louder than words and we have to continue to challenge this group to play better and become a playoff team.” The Coyotes had plenty of chances. Most of them were turned away by Bernier, a few by the goal posts and numerous others just missed the mark, leading to a frustrating loss. Phoenix matched a team record by scoring a power-play goal in eight straight games when Mike Ribeiro scored early in the third period and Antoine Vermette added a short-handed goal. “Its disappointing,” Vermette said. “We felt out there we had a lot of great scoring chances and we had a good night, but it went to them.” The Maple Leafs followed their four-game losing streak by pouring in goals during a four-game winning streak. Toronto kept it rolling against the Coyotes, scoring two goaals in 2:02 late in the first period. Xavier Cooper Youth Jersey. After both teams traded good scoring chances, Gardiner scored by gathering a loose puck out front and beating Mike Smith from close range. Phoenix defenceman Zbynek Michalek went to the penalty box for sending the puck over the glass in his own end and then Kessel capitalized on the ensuing power play, scoring his 24th of the season with help from a screen by James van Riemsdyk out front. Gunnarsson made it 3-0 with his first goal since Jan. 24, 2013, controlling a pass from Dion Phaneuf with his foot and beating Smith to the stick side. The first two periods were filled with near-misses for the Coyotes: Lauri Korpikoski hit the crossbar in the first period, Oliver Ekman-Larsson the post in the second and Shane Doan couldnt corral a stretch pass for a breakaway. Phoenix had numerous other shots just miss the goal and Bernier made some spectacular saves, including a sliding stop on a one-time by Ekman-Larsson on a power play. The Coyotes had 27 shots on goal and 16 other shots through the first two periods. “Their goalie was playing well,” Coyotes coach Dave Tippett said. “I think he was fortunate to have a few pucks hit the crossbar and things like that, but when youre having a night we were, those bounces go the other way.” They finally broke through on a power play early in the third period, when Keith Yandle found Ribeiro at the side of the net and he knocked it in past Bernier. The Coyotes had a slew of penalties after that and Kadri cashed in on the third one with his first goal in 12 games to put the Maple Leafs up 4-1. Vermette scored Phoenixs first short-handed goal of the season after that, but the Coyotes couldnt get anything past Bernier, who is 3-0 against Phoenix. 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Mason was held out as a precaution after getting bowled over late in the second period when Pittsburghs Jayson Megna failed to put on the brakes while streaking to the net. Flyers coach Craig Berube expects Mason to be fine, though the play turned an atypically sleepy meeting between the two clubs into something decidedly more lively. There were three goals in the final 5 minutes of regulation, a brief dust-up at the end of regulation that led to a rare 3-on-3 to start overtime, and plenty of pushing and shoving. At one point Philadelphias Scott Hartnell hit Kris Letang from behind just days after Letang returned from a stroke that kept the 2013 Norris Trophy finalist out for more than two months. While Letang called the incident “part of the game,” Penguins coach Dan Bylsma was a little more pointed. “Its a guy picking on a guy who had a stroke,” Bylsma said. 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Often his entry into the zone can be on the same side of the ice that the linesman making the off-side call at the blue line is positioned. – They are required to support their fellow linesman close to the foreword blue line in the event that he is bumped off the line and then must reverse direction quickly as the play transitions in the other direction toward the blue line that is his primary responsibility. Fast breaks can make this quite challenging. The bottom line Rich is that the linesman must do whatever is necessary to assume the very best position in order to see the puck cross the inside edge of their respective blue line ahead of any attacking player. This requires skating skill, speed, agility and athleticism which the NHL linesmen demonstrate on a consistent basis during every game! The “best position” is often obtained by sliding into the zone just ahead of the play and to gain an “unobstructed view” of the inside edge of the blue line. This inside position also allows the puck to cross the line cleanly without restriction by accidentally striking a linesman in the neutral zone as you suggest Rich. Once the puck enters the zone legally, the linesman is then required to immediately reposition himself outside the blue line in the neutraal zone to prevent his body and skates from interfering with the pucks exit from the zone. New Balance 574 Sale. In theory this sounds like a pretty simple process doesnt it Rich. In practice however, given the bullet point obstacles I mentioned and others I didnt, its not at all easy to accomplish. I am amazed at the close plays on the blue line that are almost always ruled correctly by the linesmen. These are the times we never even notice them. Often the only time we do notice the linesmen is on the rare occasion when the puck does hit them on dump or chip when they havent yet assumed that best position inside the zone through some unavoidable circumstance. When players gain the red line and pound the puck in their direction the linesmen are most vulnerable to being struck and even injured. They should avoid sitting up on the boards because from this position they are most vulnerable to being hit without any means of escape other than by being knocked into the players bench!  I can assure you the linesmen do their very best to stay out of the way of the puck and flow of play but at times it just isnt possible.  Perhaps your question here Rich will inspire the linesmen to work a little harder at gaining the most desired location inside the line whenever possible. The most creative linesman I ever worked with and certainly one of the very best of all-time is Hockey Hall of Fame linesman Ray Scapinello (inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2008). Ray was no giant at 57″ tall but was lightning fast on his skates and earned the respect of every player and coach in the League. 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Though he turned out to be a rental, Rickey helped ensure a World Series win over the Phillies come October. J.P. Ricciardi pulled off a deal with the As on December 7, 2001 that helped both teams. He sent closer Billy Koch to the West coast for third baseman Eric Hinske and right hander Justin Miller. Hinske became American League rookie of the year in 2002. The Jays made two more deals with Oakland that they clearly wwon. nfl jerseys china. On November 18, 2003 they picked up lefty Ted Lilly for outfielder Bobby Kielty, and then on November 18,? 2007 — exactly years later — they acquired SS/2B Marco Scutaro from the As  for a couple of prospects who never made it in Kristian Bell and Graham Godfrey. The Jays mistake was not keeping Scutaro around longer as he went on to help the Giants win a couple of World Series titles. If you were wondering, the team the Blue Jays have made the fewest deals with is Tampa Bay. 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