#1

Anthony Mantha scored

in Dein Style bei Doc Dress.de 21.10.2019 03:41
von jinshuiqian0713 • 955 Beiträge

DALLAS -- Semyon Varlamov has mastered beating the Dallas Stars. Varlamov made 41 saves in the Colorado Avalanches 4-3 victory Monday night and beat the Stars for the fourth straight time. Alex Tanguay scored the winning goal early in the third period, and Varlamov made it stand up despite the best efforts of rejuvenated Stars scoring leader Tyler Seguin. Colorado led twice, but both times Seguin scored to tie the game. Seguin has 23 goals this season, but had not scored in 13 games. He also had an assist on Jamie Benns first-period goal. Varlamov stopped Seguin twice during a third-period power play with the score tied. "On Jamies cross-crease pass, (Seguin) had about 18 inches of open net," Stars coach Lindy Ruff said. "He just pushed the puck back into the goalies pads." Varlamov knew he was challenged on that play. "(Seguin) is a good player. Hes got a tough shot. Hes pretty skilled. Hes always dangerous, especially when were penalty killing." The goalie also stopped Seguins drive from the left faceoff circle as the Avalanche killed the penalty. Just 19 seconds later, at 4:13 of the third, Tanguays shot from low in the left circle hit a skate, possibly Dallas defenceman Sergei Gonchars, and skidded past Stars goalie Kari Lehtonen for the 4-3 lead. "It wasnt pretty," Tanguay said, "but those things happen. I had (teammate Paul Stastny) at the corner of the net. If it doesnt hit something else, it probably goes in with him." Colorados Nathan MacKinnon scored on the games first shot. Jamie McGinn also scored in the first period, and Stastny connected on a power play in the second. "The first five minutes," Ruff said. "After that, we dominated. Their goalie stole the show. "We had five or six point-blank chances in the second to blow the game apart. He was there and he made some great saves." Maxime Talbot and Gabriel Landeskog had two assists apiece for the Avalanche. Alex Goligoski assisted twice for Dallas. The Avalanche won two of three games on a road trip that ended Monday. The Stars had won their previous three games by a 14-1 combined margin. MacKinnon scored after a shot was knocked down in front. The puck went to him just to the left of the goal, and he tapped in a shot before Lehtonen could slide across to that side. Lehtonen had allowed only one goal in 67 shots during the three previous games. Colorado scored again at 15:57 of the first period. After blocking a shot by Dallas Alex Chiasson in their end, the Avalanche attacked. Lehtonen stopped Matt Duchenes shot, but McGinn took the rebound in front and flipped a backhand into the top of the net. The Stars cut their deficit to 2-1 just 1 1/2 minutes later. Colorado tried to clear from behind the net, but Seguin retrieved the puck on the left wing boards and dropped it to Benn in the faceoff circle. His wrist shot beat Varlamov upstairs for Benns 20th goal. Seguin tied the game 2-2 with a 4-on-3 power play at 1:02 of the second period. Benn passed from the right circle across to Seguin, who beat Varlamov on the short side. "It felt good," Seguin said, "like I lost the monkey off my back for sure, getting that goal." The goal extended Dallas streak to eight games with a power-play goal (10 total). The Avalanche regained the lead on Stastnys power-play goal at 17:57. The Stars had successfully killed 16 consecutive penalties before that. Dallas tied 16 seconds later, when Seguin sent a drive from the right circle under Varlamovs right arm. "That was my goal," Varlamov said. "I could have moved a little bit, so I was not happy about it. I tried to regroup for myself and get ready for the third period. The third period was huge for us." He faced a total of 13 shots from the Stars two leading scorers, eight by Benn and five by Varlamov. "Hes having a great year," Benn said, "and had another good game tonight." NOTES: A big difference between third-place Colorado and fifth-place Dallas is that the Avalanche are 13-5-2 within the Central Division, and the Stars are 6-9-5. . Tanguay has points in six of his last seven games against the Stars. . MacKinnon has four goals and two assists in his last five games. He and Dallas Valeri Nichushkin are 1-2 in scoring among rookies. . Goligoski has seven assists in the last four games, 10 in the last eight. . Benn has three goals and five assists in the last five games. . Seguin has four goals and four assists against Colorado this season. . The season series concluded with the Avalanche 4-1 and Dallas 1-3-1. Cheap Fake Shoes Online . A wide-eyed 18-year-old visiting North America for only the second time in his young life, Caboclo immediately noticed the "big tower" his new home is best known for. Shoes From China Wholesale .com) - Joe Pavelski scored twice to lead the San Jose Sharks in a 5-2 win over the Edmonton Oilers to split a home-and-home set. http://www.cheapshoes.us.org/. Raymond, 31, started 15 regular-season games for the Stamps in 2013, racking up 51 tackles. He also returned two kickoffs for 79 yards including a 61-yarder. Trendy Wholesale Shoes .ca NHL Power Rankings, finally overtaking the St. Louis Blues and Chicago Blackhawks, who rank second and third this week. Wholesale Shoes China Free Shipping . - For a general manager who preaches building through the draft, Reggie McKenzie has struggled to find impact players his first two years in Oakland.HALIFAX -- Jonathan Drouin scored three times as the Halifax Mooseheads edged the host Charlottetown Islanders 4-3 on Friday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. The 19-year-old has been hot for Halifax as hes registered nine goals and 19 points in his last six outings and his performance extended his point streak to 10 games. Timo Meier also scored for the Mooseheads (18-8-0), who extended their win streak to six games. Jack Nevins scored twice for the Islanders (12-9-3) while Alexis Pepin had a goal and an assist. Halifaxs Zachary Fucale made 31 saves for his 15th victory of the season. Charlottetowns Antoine Bibeau turned away 30-of-34 shots. The Mooseheads went 2 for 6 on the power play while the Islanders scored once on three chances with the man advantage. --- TITAN 2 WILDCATS 0 BATHURST, N.B. -- Jacob Brennan turned aside 29 shots as the Titan blanked Moncton for their third win in a row. Patrick Walsh and Scott Oke scored for Acadie-Bathurst (10-12-2) while Alexandros Soumakis assisted on both. Alex Dubeau made 26 saves for the Wildcats (11-15-1). Monctons Mark Simpson led all centres by winning 20-of-28 faceoffs. --- OCEANIC 3 SCREAMING EAGLES 0 SYDNEY, N.S. -- Anthony DeLuca scored twice and set up one more as Rimouski shutout Cape Breton. Michael Joly had a goal and an assist for the Oceanic (14-7-4) while Zachary Fortin stopped 27 shots for his third-career shutout. Chase Marchand made 28 saves for the Screaming Eagles (11-10-3), who lost in regulation for the first time in six contests. Cape Breton went 0 for 5 on the power play while Rimouski never had an opportunity with the man advantage. --- REMPARTS 4 CATARACTES 0 QUEBEC CITY -- Francois Brassard turned back 29 shots as the Remparts defeated Shawinigan. Anthony Duclair scored twice for Quebec (12-8-5), which has won three of its last four games, while Cody Donaghey and Nick Sorensen had the others. Zachary Taylor was a team-worst minus-3 for the Cataractes (3-18-2), who sit last in the QMJHL standings. Marvin Cupper stopped 31-of-34 shots in defeat. --- PHOENIX 6 SEA DOGS 3 SHERBOROOKE, Que. -- Jean-Francois Plante scored two goals and Tim WWieser had three assists as the Phoenix doubled up Saint John.dddddddddddd Jason Houde and Simon Desbiens each had a goal and an assist for Sherbrooke (9-12-2) while William Couture and Daniel Audette added a goal apiece. Matthew Highmore scored twice for the Sea Dogs (6-15-2), who are winless in five contests, and Olivier LeBlanc had a goal and an assist. Phoenix goaltender Gabriel Parent made 24 saves for the win as Sebastien Auger turned back 27 shots for Saint John. --- ARMADA 3 TIGRES 2 (SO) VICTORIAVILLE, Que. -- Marcus Hinds scored the winner in the sixth round of the shootout as Blainville-Boisbriand edged the Tigres. Danick Martel scored the Armadas (17-3-2) opening goal and then set up Nikita Jevpalovs in the third period to force overtime. Philippe Hudon and Tommy Veilleux scored less than two minutes apart early in the third period for Victoriaville (10-12-1). Etienne Marcoux made 31 saves for Blainville-Boisbriand. Brandon Whitney stopped 41-of-43 shots for the Tigres. --- FOREURS 5 DRAKKAR 4 (OT) BAIE-COMEAU, Que. -- Guillaume Gelinas scored 2:04 into overtime as Val-dOr came from behind to beat the Drakkar and extend its win streak to five games. Samuel Henley had two goals and an assist for the Foreurs (15-9-0), who trailed 4-2 after 40 minutes. Anthony Mantha scored once and assisted on two others. Anthony Richard added a single goal for Val-dOr. Frederic Gamein had a goal and an assist for Baie-Comeau (15-5-4) while Nicholas Halagian, Alexandre Ranger and Denis Gorbunov also scored. Francois Tremblay made 25 saves for the Foreurs as Philippe Cadorette allowed five goals on 28 shots for the Drakkar. --- OLYMPIQUES 2 HUSKIES 1 GATINEAU, Que. -- Taylor Burke scored the winner 24 seconds into the third period as the Olympiques handed Rouyn-Noranda its third straight defeat. Marc Beckstead scored on the power play 57 seconds into the second period to give Gatineau (17-8-0) a 1-0 lead. Huskies (12-8-2) forward Jean-Sebastien Dea responded with a shorthanded goal late in the second. Anthony Brodeur made 19 saves for the Olympiques while Alexandre Belanger kicked out 17 shots for Rouyn-Noranda. ' ' '

nach oben springen


Besucher
1 Mitglied und 2 Gäste sind Online:
hisnless

Wir begrüßen unser neuestes Mitglied: hisnless
Forum Statistiken
Das Forum hat 5245 Themen und 5247 Beiträge.

Heute waren 6 Mitglieder Online:
fastflowme, hisnless, hypertikk, ketoadvanced0, ketoadvancedprice, NoryBoom


| FAQ