#1 went in slow and wristed a shot past Antti Niemis glove. von miaowang123 22.03.2019 02:06

MINSK, Belarus - The United States and Russia both began their world championships with big wins while the Czech Republic earned an overtime victory. In Group B, the Americans brushed aside host Belarus 6-1 and Russia showed off its attacking power in a 5-0 win over last years runner-up Switzerland. The Czechs edged Slovakia 3-2 in their Group A game. Winnipeg Jets defenceman Jacob Trouba scored twice for the U.S., while New York Islanders forwards Brock Nelson and Colin McDonald also added goals, along with Johnny Gaudreau of the Calgary Flames and Jake Gardiner of the Toronto Maple Leafs. "I liked the competiveness of our guys," U.S. head coach Peter Laviolette said. Andrei Stepanov scored the consolation goal for Belarus in front of a roaring home crowd of some 15,000 spectators. Jaromir Jagr tied the game for the Czechs at 2-2 with 2:07 left in regulation before Jakub Klepis scored the winner 1:50 into overtime. Russias high-scoring team got goals from Sergei Plotnikov, Washington Capitals star Alex Ovechkin, Vadim Shipachyov, Anton Belov and Danis Zaripov. Goaltender Sergei Bobrovski of the Columbus Blue Jackets recorded the shutout. "We played very well as a team," Bobrovski said. Russia needed just 13 seconds to open the scoring through Plotnikov, and Ovechkin doubled the lead six minutes later with a powerful slap shot on a power play. Ovechkin also added an assist. "We did some good things but when you dont score a goal its difficult to win any game, obviously," Swiss coach Sean Simpson said. Vans Clearance Outlet Uk . Malone will become an unrestricted free-agent and as per the collective bargaining agreement, the Lightning will be responsible for two-thirds of the remainder of his contract over twice the length of the rest of the deal. Vans Old Skool For Sale Uk . 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New York recorded a 4-3 shootout victory over a visiting San Jose team on Oct. 16 with John Tavares providing the winning score in the fifth round of the decisive phase. However, things have not gone well for the Isles since that victory, which was New Yorks fourth straight to begin the season. Jack Capuanos club has gone 2-4-0 since beating the Sharks and enters Saturdays rematch on a two-game slide. New Yorks most recent setback was Thursdays 5-0 loss at Colorado. Despite getting blown out on the scoreboard, the Islanders were active offensively and outshot the Avalanche by a 40-23 margin. Semyon Varlamov was up to the challenge, however, turning aside all 40 shots sent his way. Chad Johnson was on the hook for all five goals on 23 shots for the Islanders, who failed to score on six power-play chances in the loss. We started really well tonight, we dominated play early, Capuano said. We have to start scoring three or four goals to win in this league. New York has played the last four games without Travis Hamonic, but the defenseman is expected to return from an upper-body injury tonight. Hamonic has one goal in six tests this season and is averaging 20 minutes, 33 seconds of ice time per game. The Isles are playing the second part of a three-game road trip tonight and are scheduled to close the set Wednesday at Anaheim. New York owns identical 3-2-0 records at home and on the road this season. Although the clubs earlier loss versus the Isles began a strretch of five losses in six games, the Sharks enter Saturday riding a three-game point streak.dddddddddddd San Jose went 2-0-1 on a three-game road trip, beating Anaheim and Colorado before dropping Thursdays 4-3 shootout decision in Minnesota. The Sharks went ahead 2-0 against the Wild in the first period and held a 3-1 lead when Joe Thornton scored just 1:37 into the third stanza. However, Kyle Brodziak tallied twice later in the third to even the score for Minnesota and Jason Pominville provided the game-winner in the shootout. Even at one goal apiece after two shootout rounds, Pominville went in slow and wristed a shot past Antti Niemis glove. Wild goaltender Darcy Kuemper then stoned Patrick Marleau for the win. Mirco Mueller and Tommy Wingels joined Thornton as the goal-scorers for San Jose, while Niemi turned aside 43 shots in a losing effort. We wanted the extra point and its disappointing when you give that up, said Thornton. I thought that we played a pretty good game tonight, though. Sharks enforcer John Scott is eligible to return tonight after sitting out the last two games while serving a suspension. Scott received the ban for coming onto the ice and immediately starting a fight with Anaheims Tim Jackman. Although Scott entered the ice during a legal change it was deemed he made no effort to play the puck before challenging Jackman. The Isles have won two of the last three meetings with San Jose, but the Sharks still own seven victories over the past 10 encounters. New York had lost four straight at the Shark Tank before earning a shootout win over the Sharks on Dec. 10 of last season. San Jose will try for just its second home win of the season tonight. The Sharks are 1-2-0 as the host and 5-2-2 on the road. ' ' '

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