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We came in to win the series - elaine95 - ۸-۱۵-۱۳۹۷ ۰۷:۵۸ صبح

NASHVILLE http://www.washingtonredskinsteamonline.com/adrian-peterson-jersey ,
Tenn. (AP) Austin Watson scored a short-handed goal late in the second period
and the Nashville Predators beat the Anaheim Ducks 4-2 on Thursday night to
extend their franchise-record winning streak to 10 games.The Predators also
matched Colorado for the longest winning streak in the NHL this season. The
victory kept Nashville’s edge at six points ahead of Winnipeg and Vegas for the
Western Conference lead.Pekka Rinne made 31 saves to improve to 18-1-1 over his
last 20 games. Craig Smith, Ryan Johansen and Viktor Arvidsson each scored.
Filip Forsberg had two assists for Nashville, which honored David Poile before
the game for becoming career wins leader among NHL general managers with his
1,320th victory last week.Rickard Rakell scored twice in the third period for
the Ducks.GOLDEN KNIGHTS 4, RED WINGS 0DETROIT (AP) – Marc-Andre Fleury stopped
28 shots, Cody Eakin and Alex Tuch each scored two goals and the Vegas Golden
Knights dominated the Detroit Red Wings.The Pacific Division-leading Golden
Knights had lost four of five, their worst stretch during their inaugural season
since losing five of six early on. The victory at Little Caesars Arena was their
19th on the road, tying Anaheim’s 1993-94 team for the most by an expansion
team.Fleury got his third shutout of the season and the 47th of his career.Jimmy
Howard had 28 saves for the Red Wings, who have lost five straight games for the
third time this season.PANTHERS 5, CANADIENS 0SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) – Roberto
Luongo made 40 saves in his second shutout of the season, Nick Bjugstad scored
his fourth goal in two games, and the Florida Panthers beat the Montreal
Canadiens for their seventh straight home win.Evgenii Dadonov had a goal and an
assist, and Vincent Trocheck, Micheal Haley and Jonathan Huberdeau also scored
for the Panthers, who have points in eight straight games. Keith Yandle added
three assists, and Aleksander Barkov had a pair.Charlie Lindgren stopped 27
shots for the Canadiens, who lost their second straight.BLUE JACKETS 5,
AVALANCHE 4, OTCOLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Seth Jones scored 59 seconds into overtime
to lift the Columbus Blue Jackets over the Colorado Avalanche in a matchup of
teams fighting to stay in the playoff mix.Jones added two assists, Thomas Vanek
scored twice and Zach Werenski also tallied for the Blue Jackets, who have won
three straight for the first time since November.Colorado got third-period goals
from Gabriel Landeskog and Carl Soderberg to force overtime. Soderberg had two
in the game, and Tyson Barrie also scored for the Avs.HURRICANES 3, BLACKHAWKS
2CHICAGO (AP) – Sebastian Aho snapped a tie with a power-play goal in the third
period, and the Carolina Hurricanes beat the Chicago Blackhawks in their first
game since Ron Francis was forced out as general manager.Justin Williams had a
goal and an assist as Carolina stayed four points back of Columbus for the
second wild card in the Eastern Conference. Scott Darling made 22 saves in his
return to Chicago after he was traded to Carolina in April, and Elias Lindholm
added two assists.Tomas Jurco and Patrick Sharp scored for last-place Chicago
(29-31-8), which had won two of three. Jean-Francois Berube made 37 stops.JETS
3, DEVILS 2NEWARK, N.J. (AP) – Patrik Laine extended his point-scoring streak to
10 games and Connor Hellebuyck made 41 saves as the Winnipeg Jets won their
fourth straight game.Joel Armia and Nikolaj Ehlers also scored as the Jets
posted their ninth win in the last 11 games. It also extended the Jets’ streak
to 7-0-1 in their last eight road games. Hellebuyck posted his 35th win, setting
the franchise single-season record, passing Kari Lehtonen who went 34-24-9 for
the Atlanta Thrashers in 2006-07.Kyle Palmieri and Nico Hischier scored for New
Jersey, which lost for the fourth time in five games. Taylor Hall also saw his
19-game point-scoring streak end.BRUINS 3, FLYERS 2BOSTON (AP) – Brad Marchand
scored with 22 seconds left to lift the Boston Bruins over the Philadelphia
Flyers for their fifth straight win.Marchand and David Pastrnak swiped at the
rebound off a shot from the point by Zdeno Chara, and the puck slowly trickled
behind goalie Alex Lyon.Chara and Pastrnak had two assists
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for Boston, which won despite getting outshot 33-27 by the slumping Flyers.Jakub
Voracek and Jori Lehtera scored for Philadelphia, which is 0-4-1 in its last
five and is clinging to third place in the Metropolitan Division.SABRES 4,
SENATORS 3, SOOTTAWA, Ontario (AP) – Jacob Josefson scored the winner in the
shootout to lead the Buffalo Sabres past the Ottawa Senators.Marco Scandella,
Sam Reinhart and Scott Wilson had goals in regulation for the Sabres, who got 37
saves from Robin Lehner.The Sabres, who are last in the Eastern Conference, were
coming off a 5-1 loss to the Calgary Flames, who will play Ottawa on Friday. The
Senators are only two points ahead of Buffalo in the conference.Ryan Dzingel led
the way for the Senators in regulation with two goals, and Thomas Chabot scored
his sixth of the season. Craig Anderson made 31 saves.LIGHTNING 5, RANGERS
3TAMPA, Fla. (AP) – Anthony Cirelli had a goal and two assists and the Tampa Bay
Lightning chased Henrik Lundqvist with a barrage of shots in a win over the New
York Rangers.League-leading Tampa Bay had 17 shots on goal before the Rangers
got their first nearly 11 minutes into the game. Lundqvist kept New York’s
deficit to 2-0 through one period, but was pulled after allowing two more goals
in the second period.Cirelli, playing his fourth career game, helped the
Lightning improve to 8-0-1 in their past nine games. Adam Erne, Cedric Paquette.
Tyler Johnson and Chris Kunitz also scored, and Andrei Vasilevskiy made 27 saves
for his league-leading 40th victory, which ties the franchise record.OILERS 2,
ISLANDERS 1, SOEDMONTON, Alberta (AP) – Connor McDavid tied the game late in the
third period, and then won it in the shootout as the Edmonton Oilers edged the
New York Islanders.Edmonton ended Christopher Gibson’s shutout bid with just
1:50 to play in the third period when McDavid banked a shot off of New York
defenseman Brandon Davidson and into the net for his career-high 31st goal of
the season.McDavid was hooked on a breakaway three minutes into overtime and was
awarded a penalty shot, but hit the post on the attempt. New York’s Jordan
Eberle also came close in overtime, but Cam Talbot came across to make a pad
save.Thomas Hickey had the lone goal for the Islanders, who have lost eight
straight – their longest skid in more than four seasons.SHARKS 2, BLUES 0SAN
JOSE, Calif. (AP) – Mikkel Boedker scored San Jose’s first power-play goal in a
month, helping lift the Sharks past the St. Louis Blues.Tomas Hertl added an
empty-net goal in the closing seconds, and Martin Jones made 16 saves for the
Sharks, who won their third in four games. San Jose has also won five of six at
home.Jake Allen recorded 34 saves and was the only healthy goalie with NHL
experience available to the Blues. Carter Hutton was a late scratch and Ville
Husso, whom the Blues recalled from the AHL will join the team in Los
Angeles.KINGS 3, CAPITALS 1LOS ANGELES (AP) – Trevor Lewis scored on his own
rebound for the go-ahead goal in his first game in two months to lead the Los
Angeles Kings over the Washington Capitals.Jeff Carter also had a goal, Kyle
Clifford scored into an empty net and Jonathan Quick made 29 saves as the Kings
moved one point ahead of Colorado for the second wild-card spot in the Western
Conference.With the game tied at 1 in the second
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, Lewis charged down the left side and sent a
wrist shot that Holtby deflected – but right to Lewis. Lewis fired in the
rebound and Holtby deflected it again, but this time it popped up in the air
near the post and Lewis batted in the puck as he skated by. For Lewis, who had
missed 12 games with an upper-body injury, it was his 14th goal.Rookie Jakub
Vrana scored for the Capitals, his 12th on the season. Braden Holtby stopped 24
shots.— PHILADELPHIA (AP) Flyers fans spent the final minutes of another empty
season doing what boorish fans do with elimination on deck. They chucked beer
cans and threw trash and hats and whatever objects were within reach onto the
ice. Flyers public address announcer Lou Nolan admonished fans – just as he had
two years earlier when giveaway bracelets were hurled on the ice – but there was
little anyone could do to stop them.This is how the season ends in Philly, not
with a Stanley Cup hoisted in a championship celebration, but with a call for
the cleaning crew to pick up the mess.The Eagles, Phillies and 76ers have all
won championships – along with Villanova, the Arena Football League’s Soul, and
Philly horse Smarty Jones – since the Flyers last won back-to-back Cups in 1974
and 1975.The only banners raised to the rafters are for retired numbers or a
Hall of Fame entry.So it goes for the orange-and-black, trudging along without a
Process or parade.The Flyers’ season ended with an 8-5 loss in Game 6 to the
Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday in the opening round of the Eastern Conference
playoffs. The Flyers haven’t reached the second round since 2012 and haven’t
played in the Cup finals since 2010. Under third-year coach Dave Hakstol, this
season’s berth was considered a mild surprise, especially when the team lost 10
straight games in November/December and all seemed lost.”We came into this
playoff series and into (Game 6) very confident that we could not only take this
series to a seven-game series, but also win the series,” Hakstol said. ”We
didn’t do that so we came up short. There’s one season that ultimately is
successful, and obviously we didn’t accomplish that this year. There are a lot
of real positives that we’re going to be able to go back and evaluate.”The
Flyers clearly aren’t in the class of the two-time defending Stanley Cup
champion Penguins. The Flyers and Penguins are often touted as one of the NHL’s
fiercest rivalries. The truth is, the Flyers are nothing to the Penguins but a
pesky gnat easily swatted away and quickly forgotten.There’s talent in Philly.
But enough to win a championship? That’s for general manager Ron Hextall to
assemble in the offseason and the years ahead.Here are more things to know as
the Flyers head into a long offseason:HAKSTOL’S FUTUREHakstol, a shocking pick
to coach the Flyers out of the college ranks, has led the Flyers to two playoff
berths in three seasons but not much else. Angry Flyers fans chanted ”Fire
Hakstol! Fire Hakstol!” in the playoffs and he’s aware the fans at least want
him on the hot seat. But Hakstol and Hextall are tight – Hextall’s son, Brett,
played for Hakstol at North Dakota. And there’s little reason to think the GM is
going to acknowledge his biggest gamble was also his biggest bust of a move.
Hakstol had a reputation from developing young players and there are enough on
the roster to merit at least one more season.”It took a lot of young guys
growing throughout the year to be able to put together the stretch run that we
did have,” he said. ”At the end of the day, we didn’t come into this playoff
series to make steps though. We came in to win the series.”SUMMER SHAKEUPThe
Flyers may have gone as far as they can with the core of Claude Giroux, who was
a Hart Trophy candidate, Wayne Simmonds and Jake Voracek. Simmonds, a former
All-Star, could be on the market if the Flyers are committed to a true youth
movement.Giroux is the last player left from the `10 finals team and had just
one goal and two assists in the playoffs.”We’re gonna keep building here and
we’re going to come off strong next year,” Giroux said.The Flyers could look to
Nolan Patrick, the No. 2 overall pick of the 2017 draft, to play a more pivotal
role next season.WHO’S NO. 1Look no further than Philadelphia’s usual unsettled
goaltending to understand why the franchise has gone 42 years without a
championship. The Flyers signed former Calgary goalie Brian Elliott to a $5.5
million, two-year deal and he was a bust in the playoffs. Michal Neuvirth and
mid-season pickup Petr Mrazek weren’t true No. 1s, either.The 28 goals scored by
the Penguins set a new Flyers franchise record for goals against in a six-game
series. It tied the franchise record for goals against in any length of series,
joining the 1979 New York Rangers team that scored 28 in a five-game series
win.Who’s next in net?—–


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