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Ottawa Senators 5 Winnipeg Jets 3 (Jets 30-28-7, Home 15-13-5) – The five goals against are the most the Jets have surrendered since the arrival of Paul Maurice. The Jets also gave up two goals while shorthanded, the first time they have given up two since December 23 in Edmonton, 26 games ago. It was also the seventh game this season where the Jets have scored two power play goals in a game. The Jets failed to convert on a five-on-three and it was Ottawa that opened the scoring with a power play goal from Milan Michalek, a goal that went off Matt Halischuk and just got across the goal line. Brian Little with his 20th of the year tied it, also on a power play. It was his seventh power play goal of the year, and 50th point of the year, one shy of his career high for a single season. Dustin Byfuglien and Andrew Ladd picked up assists. Byfuglien has 21 power play points on the season. But, 38 seconds later Jared Cowan with his fourth of the year regained the lead for Ottawa. Against Los Angeles Thursday the Kings scored 42 seconds after the Jets scored to tie the game. Shots in the first were 13-12 Ottawa. The Jets started the second with some good offensive chances but it was the Sens that scored at 2:01 to make it a 3-1 game. It was another strange goal for Ottawa. On a two-on-one, Mark Stuart dove to break up the play, which he did, but in the process took out Ondrej Pavelec and left the net wide open for Eric Gryba to get his second of the year. Toby Enstrom scored the Jets second power play goal of the afternoon to make it 3-2. For Enstrom his seventh of the year and second on the power play. It came right off a face off win by Evander Kane. Then 38 seconds that turned the game. Kyle Turris scored his 21st at 8:58, Devin Setoguchi went for boarding at 9:20 and Mike Hoffman with a power play goal at 9:36 made it 5-2. It was Hoffmans first NHL goal. Al Montoya came into the game, his first action since the St. Louis game before the Olympic break. Jets had two power plays in the final seven minutes of the second but failed to score. Shots in the second were 14-13 Jets. The third period was all Jets. Byfuglien with his 14th at 2:13 made it a two-goal game. Byfuglien rifled one of the right wing that beat Craig Anderson high. The remainder of the period though belonged to Anderson. The Jets outshot Ottawa 22-7 in the third, but could not get closer than 5-3. Final shots were 49-32. Jets have scored 31 power play goals, 22 at home. For the 10th time this season Jacob Trouba led the Jets in ice time at 24:17, Enstrom led in shots on goal with seven, Byfuglien and Kane had six each. Michael Frolik won 10 of 12 face offs in his second game at centre. Post-game Coach Maurice was positive. "Strange pucks going into the net, especially on their first three. First one is off two of our guys and in, second one off one of our guys and in, third one we take our goalie out. On the game we liked our chances better than theirs. I liked the emotional level we played within the last part of the game. There was no quit, we had more intensity as the game wore on." On the play of Pavelec, "Unfortunate. To be great you need some breaks. Ive got no problem with him." On the power play that went two for seven, "we had 17 power play shots, got two goals. That is what were trying to do. We had two goals. One was to make playoffs, the second to set a foundation for the game we want to play. We are moving in that direction." The Jets are in Colorado Monday (TSN Jets, TSN 1290), before returning home for three more against Vancouver, the New York Rangers and a huge game against the Dallas Stars, the team they are chasing in the West. Clearance Air Max . Marc-Andre Fleury made 27 saves to backstop the Penguins to a 2-1 victory over the Flames, handing Calgary its team record sixth consecutive home regulation loss. Cheap Air Max From China . DeGrom outpitched Jake Peavy in a tantalizing hitless duel that carried into the seventh inning Saturday night before the New York Mets broke loose and beat the San Francisco Giants 4-2. https://www.airmaxchina.us/. The Toronto Argonauts running back hurt his left ankle during the teams practice Friday afternoon at Rogers Centre. Cheap Air Max . The Asheville, N.C. native, who signed as a free agent with the CFL club last May, didnt see any action with Edmonton this season after opening the year on the injured list. Air Max From China .Y. -- When the New York Islanders lead was cut in half in the opening minute of the third period, the sense of impending doom began wafting through Nassau Coliseum.Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - I was hoping that was vodka, Kansas coach Bill Self said after taking a sip of water in a press conference following his teams 72-40 loss to Kentucky on Nov. 18. Self isnt the only coach thats needed a swig after having to play the Wildcats this season. Kentuckys not only looking to run the table, it may break the bank. But can a bunch of teenagers and 20-somethings really become the first team since Indiana in 1976 to finish a season undefeated? Its possible. Coach John Caliparis Cats sport an NCAA-record nine former McDonalds All- Americans and have more size than some NBA teams, with six players on the roster 6-foot-9 or taller. Due to that length, Kentucky is on pace to become the most efficient defense in NCAA history -- at least since KenPom.com has tracked the statistic. The Wildcats are allowing opponents to score just 82.3 points per 100 possessions. So basically once you struggle to successfully navigate past one Wildcat defender who is 6-foot-10, youve got a 7-footer behind him ready to swat your shot several rows into the seats. The Wildcats, who are outscoring their adversaries by 25.7 points per game, are blocking a nation-leading 7.9 shots per game and allowing opponents to shoot just 31.7 percent from the floor. Since Kentucky was drowning with stars after several players from last years national championship runner-up team returned, Calipari employed two five-man platoons. The Blue Platoon is made up of starters, while the White Platoon features what Calipari likes to call reinforcements. If you take their first and second teams and split them up, theyd probably have the No. 1 and No. 2 teams in the nation, SMU coach Larry Brown told USA Today in a November article concerning the Wildcats. We got our first good look at the platoon system in the Champions Classic against Kansas. The Jayhawks made only 11 field goals -- just three in the second half -- had 11 shots blocked and shot 19.6 percent from the floor. More blowouts followed. Kentucky defeated then-No. 6 Texas -- one of the handful of squads that comes close to matching the Wildcats size -- 63-51 on Dec. 5, rolled past North Carolina 84-70 on Dec. 13, beat UCLA in a laugher, 83-44, on Dec. 20 and took care of its Bluegrass rival and the then-No. 4 Cardinals 58-50 on Dec. 27 in Louisville. I dont know in my 20 years coaching at the Division I level that Ive coached against a better team than what this team looks like, Bruins coach Steve Alford said following his teams loss to UK. Im a firm believer theyve got a chance to run this thing out. Theyre that good. Theyre that talented. The Wildcats got off to a 24-0 start in that one and were up 41-7 at the half. UCLA was 3-of-37 from the floor in the opening 20 minutes. If there is a weakness, its the youth. The young Cats have gotten up for the big programs, but have also played down to lesser competition. Kentucky trailed by five against Buffalo at halftime before pulling away for a 71-52 win on Nov. 16 and Columbia held a 25-23 edge at the break in Lexington on Dec. 10. The Wildcats eventually prevailed 56-46 in that one. Then conference play began and Kentucky looked even more vulnerable. It needed overtime to dispatch Ole Miss 89-86 on Jan. 6 and a pair of extra sessions to take down Texas A&M 70-64 in College Station four days later. The Wildcats have responded, though, winning their next two SEC games by a combined 71 points.dddddddddddd They thrashed Missouri 86-37 on Tuesday, then walloped Alabama 70-48 in Tuscaloosa on Saturday. The question has been posed, does Kentucky have a go-to guy that it can turn to in the waning minutes of the close game? Its a fair question, but Aaron Harrison is used to hitting big shots. His NCAA Tournament run last season speaks for itself. And with all the length inside, the Wildcats snatch an NCAA-leading 43.8 percent of missed shots and will therefore be attempting more field goals down the stretch in potential close encounters. While nobody has gone through a season unscathed since the Hoosiers, a few have come close, although just two have made it to the NCAA Tournament without a loss. A stacked UNLV team, which featured five future pros including Larry Johnson, Stacey Augmon and Greg Anthony, was 34-0 before falling to Duke in the Final Four. Last years Wichita State squad, of course, fell to eighth-seeded Kentucky in the third round in what turned out to be the game of the tournament. Saint Josephs began 27-0 during the 2003-04 campaign prior to an 87-67 loss to Xavier in the quarterfinals of the Atlantic 10 Tournament. The Hawks then fell to second-seeded Oklahoma State in the Elite Eight of the Big Dance. Tony Allen nailed a go-ahead 3-pointer with 6.9 seconds remaining to lift the Cowboys, 64-62. Illinois was 29-0 in 2004-05, but lost its regular-season finale to Ohio State when Matt Sylvester knocked down a go-ahead triple with 5.1 ticks to play to vault the Buckeyes to a 65-64 triumph. Calipari has flirted with perfection before. His 2007-08 Memphis team started 26-0 before losing to rival Tennessee. The Tigers werent defeated again until Kansas nipped them in the title game. The Wildcats are still 23 games away from perfection, but if they can keep it going, itll be Calipari taking swigs. His youngsters wont be allowed to. Cutting down the nets will have to do. PROJECTED BRACKET MIDWEST (Cleveland) 1. Kentucky* vs. 16. Monmouth*/Alabama State* winner 8. Oklahoma State vs. 9. SMU 4. Louisville vs. 13. Northeastern* 5. VCU* vs. 12. Western Kentucky* 6. Stanford vs. 11. Tulsa* 3. Maryland* vs. 14. UL Monroe* 7. Providence vs. 10. Colorado State 2. Kansas vs. 15. North Dakota State* WEST (Los Angeles) 1. Duke vs. 16. Albany* 8. Iowa vs. 9. LSU 4. West Virginia vs. 13. Sam Houston State* 5. Seton Hall vs. 12. Harvard* 6. Baylor vs. 11. Miami-Florida/St. Johns winner 3. Utah vs. 14. Eastern Kentucky* 7. Cincinnati vs. 10. Michigan State 2. Gonzaga* vs. 15. Bryant* EAST (Syracuse) 1. Virginia* vs. 16. Colgate*/Grand Canyon* winner 8. Georgetown vs. 9. Dayton 4. Wichita State* vs. 13. NC Central* 5. Oklahoma vs. 12. Wyoming* 6. Butler vs. 11. NC State/George Washington winner 3. Iowa State vs. 14. Coastal Carolina* 7. San Diego State vs. 10. Washington 2. Wisconsin vs. 15. Sacramento State* SOUTH (Houston) 1. Villanova* vs. 16. North Florida* 8. Old Dominion vs. 9. Indiana 4. North Carolina vs. 13. UC Davis 5. Texas vs. 12. Buffalo* 6. Arkansas vs. 11. Kansas State* 3. Notre Dame vs. 14. Cleveland State* 7. Northern Iowa vs. 10. Xavier 2. Arizona* vs. 15. Mercer* FIRST FOUR OUT Syracuse Ohio State Wofford Georgia NEXT FOUR OUT BYU Alabama Temple Tennessee * - denotes conference leader. In a result of a tie atop the standings, the team with the higher RPI was chosen. ' ' '

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