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Postby kaisy on Sun Sep 22, 2013 2:39 am

Throughout the Stanley Cup Playoffs, NHL on TSN analyst and former NHL goaltender Jamie McLennan ranks the netminders after each game night. Josh Harding (4/5) - Deserves full credit to come in and play brilliantly when he was not scheduled to be the starter. The definition of Mental toughness and compete on every level. Played very well and certainly gave the Wild a chance to win the game. Corey Crawford (4/5) - Bad goal early on against, short side muffin to Clutterbuck, but settled in and played very well to give them a win, made a huge right pad save in the third to keep it tied at 1-1, to push it to overtime and a huge one on Parise in OT. Jonathan Quick (3/5) - My stomach is still sick for Jonathan about that terrible giveaway for the GWG, but he was the only reason they were in the game and went to overtime, brilliant before the mistake, focus is and still should be on the game costing mistake. Brian Elliott (4/5) - Wasnt forced to make a ton of 10 bell saves, but was solid in the game and looked very confident, was deep on the only goal against short side that eluded him. Very strong rebound control. Jonas Hiller (4/5) - Very solid tonight, positioning is always very controlled, no chance on the goal against, 5-on-3 and it redirects through the body. Showed a great glove hand tonight too. Used his butterfly, down early style to perfection tonight. Jimmy Howard (3/5) - Did not like the winning goal, short side, good quick release by Selanne but Howard would like that one back. Was deep and late to pick it up. Maurice Jones-Drew Authentic Jersey . After winning 23 straight at Joe Louis Arena, the Red Wings have now lost two in a row there. The latest setback was a 4-3 defeat to the Colorado Avalanche on Saturday night. Maurice Jones-Drew Jersey . The game was heading for extra time when Juves Arturo Vidal equalized during six minutes of stoppage time, only for Sergio Floccari to head a late winner. . So far the Gators are proving him right. Mike Rosario scored 19 points and Patric Young added 18 as No. 10 Florida cruised to a 68-47 victory over Texas A&M on Thursday night. Maurice Jones-Drew Youth Jersey . And to Toronto FC fans and players alike, it was a sign that perhaps the struggling MLS franchise is finally on the right road. Maurice Jones-Drew Black Jersey . In fact, the recommendation to demolish the 81-year-old facility is the result the team was hoping for, given that it will allow them to play in a facility that is up to modern standards in every way.(Sports Network) - The Anaheim Ducks try on Monday to clinch their first Pacific Division title in six years as they visit the Edmonton Oilers for the second straight night. Following a 3-1 victory last night, their 10th straight in Edmonton, the Ducks lead the Los Angeles Kings by five points for first place in the division with three games left for both clubs. The Kings are idle tonight, so with a victory the Ducks can lock up their first Pacific crown since 2006-07, when they won their only Stanley Cup championship. Anaheim snapped a four-game slide with Sundays win, getting goals from Corey Perry, Cam Fowler and Kyle Palmieri. Jonas Hiller added 27 saves. "Its great to have a win again after what has been happening for the last little while," said Hiller. "We knew that we needed to play better, but sometimes it is not that easy. Tonight I think that everybody worked a little harder and that made the difference." The Oilers, meanwhile, found themselves mathematically eliminated from the playoff race on Sunday, meaning they will miss the postseason for a seventh straight season. Edmonton has not playyed a postseason game since a Game 7 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes in the 2006 Stanley Cup Finals.dddddddddddd "To have another season out of the playoffs, to have another season where were playing meaningless games at the end of the year, is very frustrating and something were not proud of," said a disappointed Taylor Hall. Hall scored the lone goal for the Oilers in Sundays game just one minute into the contest before the Ducks got the equalizer from Fowler with just two seconds left in the frame. Devan Dubnyk made 27 saves in defeat. The Oilers played without forward Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, who will miss the final week of the regular season due to a shoulder injury that will likely require surgery. The first overall pick of the 2011 draft, the 20-year-old had just four goals and 24 points in 40 games this season after notching 18 goals and 52 points in 62 contests as a rookie last season. The Ducks, who took the first of three meetings between these clubs 2-1 at home on April 8, have won three straight and 13 of the last 15 overall in this series. They have not lost in Edmonton since Nov. 30, 2007. ' ' '
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