Tyler Myers could sense his Winnipeg



Tyler Myers could sense his Winnipeg

Postby laiyongcai92 » 16 Apr 2019, 03:20

WINNIPEG Womens Esa Lindell Jersey , Manitoba (AP) Jets teammates struggling to fight after getting down by two goals to the Washington Capitals.Then came the pushback: Bryan Little scored to make it a one-goal game midway through the third period and Mark Scheifele supplied his second of the night with 15 seconds left to send it into overtime.Myers fired the final shot, with the veteran defenseman taking a backhand pass from Scheifele and putting the puck over Braden Holtby’s glove 3:35 into overtime for the 4-3 victory Tuesday night.”We had moments where we didn’t have much life on the bench, but we managed to flip that switch, get it back going again and I thought it was a great team win,” said Myers, who scored his sixth goal of the season.Scheifele’s 17th goal with 15 seconds left was scored short-handed and through traffic. Defenseman Dustin Byfuglien had been called for slashing Jay Beagle with 1:17 left.”It just shows that we battled so hard,” Scheifele said. ”We battled right to the end. That was top to bottom, first line to fourth line. It was an awesome feeling.”Bryan Little scored his 12th for Winnipeg (33-15-9). Byfuglien added two assists.Connor Hellebuyck stopped 24 shots for the Jets, who were playing the seventh of a 10-game homestand. Niklas Backstrom, Andre Burakovsky and John Carlson scored for the Capitals (32-17-7), who still extended their point streak to four games (2-0-2).Holtby made 40 saves and became the second goalie in franchise history to play 20 Jamie Benn Jersey ,000 minutes. Olaf Kolzig played 41,260 minutes.”They created their chances but it shouldn’t matter,” Holtby said. ”A 3-1 lead and a goal lead with 1:17 on the power play, doesn’t matter what happened in the game before that. I know we had a couple opportunities to put it into the empty net. Just move it around on the power play killing time. We just got a little arrogant, in a way, and tried to make fancy plays. It burned us. We deserved that.”Byfuglien set up the game’s first goal when he spun around Burakovsky in Washington’s end and sent the puck toward the net. Scheifele poked it in after it bounced off Holtby’s pad at 14:41.Backstrom tied it up with 23 seconds left in the period off a rebound from an Alex Ovechkin shot.Burakovsky made up for being outplayed by Byfuglien when he scored the go-ahead goat at 11:22 of the second off a sharp-angled rebound of a Lars Eller shot.Carlson scored his 10th goal of the season at 7:01 of the third. Evgeny Kuznetsov picked up an assist, extending his team-high point streak to eight games with two goals and nine assists. Little closed the gap at 11:30.”It’s a hard lesson to learn,” Washington coach Barry Trotz said. ”I thought in this building, this is a pretty hostile building. For 54 minutes we played a really good road game.”NOTES: Jets center Matt Hendricks left the game in the second after he was crushed to the ice by a check from Washington defenseman, and Winnipeg native, Madison Bowey. …UP NEXT:Capitals: play Minnesota on ThursdayJets: host Colorado on Friday. ST. PAUL http://www.officialstarsproonline.com/authentic-adidas-jason-spezza-jersey , Minn. (AP) — Alexander Radulov was at the end of his shift and tired, but he was on the other side of the ice from the bench when he entered the offensive zone with the puck and time winding down in overtime.Radulov’s decision to stay on the ice instead of going to the bench for a change paid off in a big way for the Dallas Stars.The veteran forward scored with 10 seconds on the clock in overtime to give Dallas a 2-1 win against the Minnesota Wild on Saturday night.“It was either change or take that 2-on-1,” Radulov said. “I mean, I should be changing before, but I’ll take that end.”Ben Bishop made 30 saves for the Stars, and Jamie Benn finally beat Minnesota goaltender Devan Dubnyk 1:58 into the third period for his eighth goal in the past 14 games.Dubnyk stopped 25 shots for the Wild, who have lost four in a row and nine of 12. Jason Zucker pushed the game to overtime with his 10th goal of the season with 2:03 left in regulation.“I just looked up at about the 12-second mark and I said, ‘OK, who am I going to put for the shootout?’ Because I figured it was done,” Minnesota coach Bruce Boudreau said. “I mean, Radulov was trying to get off the ice. … When he had the 2-on-1 John Klingberg Jersey , he couldn’t skate at all coming in there. I don’t know, it’s frustrating.”A frenzied, back-and-forth overtime finally turned in Dallas’ favor when Radulov wristed a shot between Dubnyk and the post for his 11th goal.The extra period featured several odd-man rushes. On one sequence, Minnesota’s Zach Parise rang a shot off the post followed by Stars defenseman John Klingberg doing the same at the other end.“That was pretty back and forth, one of the more wild ones I’ve been a part of,” Bishop said. “I’m just glad we came out on the right side of it.”The Stars won for the second time in seven games.Zucker finally ended an offensive slump for the Wild, who have three goals in the last four games. Eric Staal’s shot was stopped and Mikael Granlund tried another one on the backside while falling backward before the puck trickled out to Zucker, who whipped it into an open net.Minnesota was 0 for 3 on the power play against Bishop and is scoreless on its last nine chances with the man advantage since going 4 for 4 on Dec. 11.“It was nice to finally break through and get one,” Zucker said. “Felt like Granny, Staal and I have been fighting it a little bit and battling. So, it was good to get that Mattias Janmark Jersey , and we worked hard tonight, that’s for sure. It definitely wasn’t a lack of effort. Every single guy from Duby on out was working hard. Sometimes it’s just not enough.”The Wild had a four-minute power play after Dallas defenseman Roman Polak started a fight with Minnesota center Luke Kunin. Polak was assessed roughing, instigator and 10-minute misconduct penalties, but the Wild mustered just one shot on the power play.“I give credit to Roman Polak because after his fight, that four-minute kill … we were desperate, and we carried it off and now we were in the fight,” Stars coach Jim Montgomery said.NOTES: Minnesota D Matt Dumba missed his third game with an upper-body injury and the team announced he will have surgery next week. There is no timetable for his return. … Dallas forward Jason Dickinson left with an upper-body injury and didn’t return. … C Jason Spezza returned for the Stars after missing two games with an illness. C Martin Hanzal didn’t travel with the team to Minnesota. … Wild forward Joel Eriksson Ek was a healthy scratch for the second time this season. … It was the 4,000th regular-season game in franchise history for the Stars. The first 2,061 were played as the Minnesota North Stars.UP NEXTStars: Return home against the New York Islanders on Sunday.Wild: Play at Chicago on Thursday.
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