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« : Grudzień 23, 2019, 06:58:37 »

NEW YORK -- Henrik Lundqvist already knows the joy of getting a lucrative contract extension. Florida Panthers Store . Who knew that one week later, a win at Madison Square Garden would bring the star goalie pure jubilation. When Lundqvist turned aside Mikael Backlund in the seventh round of the shootout Sunday night, he and the rest of the New York Rangers had a long-awaited 4-3 victory over the Calgary Flames and an end to a four-game losing streak, all at home. Lundqvist, who stopped 18 shots through overtime, spread his arms and looked up to the ceiling as his teammates raced from the bench to meet him at the end of the 0-3-1 skid. "It was just a big relief to get two points," said Lundqvist, who earned just his second win since agreeing to a seven-year contract extension. "I had a chance to close it out twice and I didnt do it. Finally we ended the game." Benoit Pouliot scored the fourth goal of the Rangers first shootout of the season to give them their first win on a team-record, nine-game homestand. "I just had a feeling that if we dont win this one, Im not going to be a happy guy," Lundqvist said. "Its a big win for us. Right now, you have to look at it as taking baby steps in improving and start winning. You cant turn this around right away. "You start with one period, then two periods, then a game. Then you start feeling good about yourself." Derek Stepan and Carl Hagelin scored to erase the Rangers early 2-0 deficit, and Chris Kreider made it 3-3 with 7:53 left in regulation as New York improved to 2-15 in games in which it allowed the first goal. "Thats a picture weve seen," Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said about the early deficit. "We stuck with playing a pretty solid defensive game. We werent giving them much, and we spent a lot of time in their end. "We got a couple of goals and just kept plugging away." Rookie centre Sean Monahan gave Calgary a 3-2 lead at 4:44 of the third but the Flames couldnt stretch their winning streak to three. The 19-year-old Monahan chipped a shot from in close off a feed from behind the net from Curtis Glencross for his 10th goal and third in his last seven games. He missed seven games because of a broken foot, and returned to the lineup Saturday for the Flames win at Buffalo. Backlund and Glencross scored in the first period, Jiri Hudler had two assists, and Karri Ramo made 29 saves through overtime. "It was a big battle all night," Ramo said. "Not happy about the goals I allowed. Sometimes you just have to take the point and move on. "We played good enough to win. They were a desperate team." The clubs played a frantic final few minutes of regulation when the Rangers were given power plays 40 seconds apart after Mike Cammalleri was sent off for roughing, and Ramo was called for delay of game when he whacked a rebound out of play. That advantage was short-circuited right when Cammalleris penalty ended when Kreider was given four minutes for high-sticking Chris Butler. The Rangers got it to overtime, with Calgary still having 2:04 left on its power play. "Thought wed get it done in overtime, but we couldnt execute on the power play," Flames captain Mark Giordano said. "Were not happy with the point. It should have been two. "If you get a power play in overtime, you should win." The Flames had won their first two since general manager Jay Feaster and assistant GM John Weisbrod were fired Thursday. New York tied it at 2 at 7:29 of the second on Hagelins sixth goal. Hagelin got to a rebound, swung around the net and stuffed a shot inside the right post. The Rangers again had a rough first period, but it was actually a better start than in their previous game -- holding the Flames to two goals. The Rangers trailed Columbus 3-0 in the opening frame on Thursday, and Lundqvist was chased from the net 11:10 into the 3-2 loss. Calgary got the quick jump when Backlund scored at 7:28, just five seconds into a power play after Kreider was sent off for interference. Backlund won a faceoff in the left circle and moved into the slot, where he deftly tipped in Hudlers shot for his fourth goal. The Flames made it 2-0 with 5:00 left in the period. Hudler weaved his way in close and made a short backhanded pass to Glencross, who used his own backhand to beat Lundqvist for his sixth goal. The announcement of Glencross goal was only halfway finished when Stepan brought a roar from the crowd with his sixth of the season 25 seconds later. It was Stepans first goal in 11 games. NOTES: Stepan earned his 100th NHL assist on Kreiders goal. ... Giordano played in his 400th NHL game. ... Calgarys previous four games were decided by 2-1 scores. ... The Rangers used seven defencemen and only 11 forwards in their lineup. Panthers Jerseys 2020 . An unconventional night for Texas-El Paso nearly led to the Miners getting a huge upset. Down by 14 with 2:21 left, the Miners went on a frantic closing spurt that fell just short, and UTEP was beaten by No. Florida Panthers Gear . The Blueshirts hope to stay alive once again when they host the Pittsburgh Penguins in Sundays Game 6 battle at Madison Square Garden. https://www.panthersjerseycheap.com/ .com) - The NBA will be on display overseas Thursday with the New York Knicks taking on the Milwaukee Bucks at O2 Arena in London.MADRID, Spain -- Barcelona stumbled to a 3-2 home loss against Valencia on Saturday, giving Atletico Madrid a chance to move into sole possession of first place in the Spanish league. The Spanish champions decision not to sign a defender during the January transfer window may have backfired after Valencia took advantage of a lethargic, uninspired effort by its hosts at the Camp Nou, where former Spain coach Luis Aragones -- who previously coached the Catalan side -- was honoured after his death on Saturday. Barcelona led through Alexis Sanchezs eighth-minute goal but Dani Parejo equalized for Valencia before the break. Pablo Piatti headed Valencia ahead after the restart before Lionel Messis penalty -- and first league goal since September -- levelled the game again. But Barcelonas defence let Sofiane Feghouli burst free into the area to set up Paco Alcacers 59th-minute winner. Barcelona played with 10 men from the 78th after Jodi Alba was shown a second yellow card. The defeat means Atletico can lead the league alone for the first time this season if it does not lose at home to Real Sociedad on Sunday, when Real Madrid can also overtake its greatest rival with a victory at fourth-place Athletic Bilbao. Also on Saturday, Levante and Rayo Vallecano played to a scoreless draw, as did Getafe and Valladolid, while Malaga rallied to beat Sevilla 3-2 in an entertaining encounter. At the top of the standings, Atletico and Barcelona share 54 points, while Madrid has 53. Valencia provisionally moved into eighth. Barcelona coach Gerardo Martino was preoccupied by Barcelonas drop in play after just half an hour. "Im always worried after every one of our losses," Martino said. "Despite us having played well for a while against Valencia, Im very worried, much like the players are." Messi set up the opener after slashing a pass across the box beyond the far post where Alexis connected oddly to float it over goalkeeper Diego Alves. Valencia took control from the 44th when Parejo exploited a turnover inside the Barcelona half to lead a breakout with Feghouli, who returned a pass inside the area for Parejo to score easily. Cheap Panthers Jerseys. "Their goal hurt us and, in the second half, the team failed to respond," said defender Javier Mascherano, who refused to blame the off-field distractions that have enveloped Barcelona. "Today it wasnt the distractions that beat us, but Valencia. The margin of error (to be champion) is zero." Valencia went ahead in the 48th when the 1.63-meter (5-foot-3) Piatti held off Dani Alves to jump high and head a looping ball over goalkeeper Victor Valdes. Valencia was unlucky as Pedro Rodriguezs shot came off Ricardo Costa to set up the spot kick, even though it appeared Costa had no chance of getting out of the way as the ball grazed his shoulder. Messi slotted home his ninth league goal in the 54th, and first since Sept. 28 against Almeria. Barcelonas defence was dormant five minutes later as Feghouli moved past three players to the goal line before cutting back to meet Alcacer, who blasted past Valdes for the winner. Messi had a golden opportunity to draw Barcelona even in the second minute of stoppage time, but he shot wide after precisely combining with Dani Alves and substitute Andres Iniesta to get free into the box. Valencia, which was Spains most active team in the January transfer, snapped a five-game winless run to deal Barcelona its first home league defeat in nearly two years. Malaga captain and winger Duda proved the hero at Rosaleda Stadium as he took advantage of Alberto Morenos silly clearance attempt to gather inside the area and lift the winning goal past goalkeeper Beto in the 82nd. Dudas penalty put the hosts ahead after half an hour before Sevilla scored a pair of unanswered goals through Carlos Baccas 10th of the season and Federico Fazios header in the 66th. Samuel Sanchez pegged home the equalizer in the 77th as Malaga rallied for an emotional victory during which coach Bernd Schuster was red-carded in stoppage time. Malaga moved four points clear of Valladolid and the last relegation spot. ' ' '
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