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. The 28-year-old Letestu has 20 goals and 24 assists for 44 points in 85 games since joining the Blue Jackets in a trade with the Pittsburgh Penguins in November 2011. This season, he has nine goals and 11 assists for 20 points. He ranks second on the club in all three categories. Originally signed by Pittsburgh as a free agent in March 2007, the native of Elk Point, Alberta, has 35 points and 38 assists for 73 points in 170 career NHL games. nike free damen
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. -- David Beckham and Robbie Keane each scored two goals to lead the Los Angeles Galaxy over the Portland Timbers 5-3 Saturday night. AUBURN HILLS, Mich. -- This time, the Utah Jazz put together a big rally and held on for the win. Al Jefferson scored 10 of his 20 points in the third quarter, and the Jazz beat the Detroit Pistons 90-87 on Saturday. A night after blowing a 15-point lead in a loss at Atlanta, Utah came back from a 15-point deficit to win. "This is a huge victory for us after what happened," coach Tyrone Corbin said. Detroits Brandon Knight, guarded closely by DeMarre Carroll, missed a 3-pointer in the final seconds that would have tied the game after the Pistons trailed by 13 with 3:26 left. Pistons coach Lawrence Frank was that a foul wasnt called on Knights last attempt, but didnt want to continue the conversation during his news conference. "Im not going to say anything about it," Frank said. And Corbin wasnt going to debate whether his team got a break from the officials. "They didnt call it," Corbin said. The Jazz made their own breaks when Jefferson helped them outscore Detroit 25-11 in the third quarter, powering them to their first lead. "In the third quarter, they hit us and we didnt fight back," Pistons forward Jason Maxiell said. Frank agreed, saying the Jazz took advantage of being more physical. "If youre not the instigator against them, youre going to have a hard time," he said. "You have to hit first." Utah put together a 17-3 run after Austin Dayes 3-pointer with 8:38 left gave the Pistons the lead for the last time. There was one comeback left, and it came up just short. Detroit outscored the Jazz 12-1 and had a shot to send the game into overtime, but Knight was very short on a contested shot after Daye couldnt create his own opportunity. "We made some mistakes at the end, but we just kept telling each other to finish this one," Utahs Randy Foye said. The Jazz (20-19) avoided falling under .500 and into a last-place tie with Minnesota in the Northwest Division. nike free herren
. "This was great, but theres still a bitter taste because we know we should be going home with a 3-0 road trip," Jefferson said. "That one (Friday) night is going to bother us for a while." Detroit (14-24) had won seven of their last nine games. Knight had 16 points and Greg Monroe scored 12 for the Pistons, who got a late lift from reserve Will Bynum, who scored 13 points. "By the time we responded, we had to be perfect," Frank said. Utahs Paul Millsap and Foye each scored 17 and reserve Alec Burks had 12 points. The Pistons got off to a fast start, leading 11-2 early in the game and 26-13 after the first quarter. Knight and Monroe combined for 18 points in the opening period, but the Jazz prevented them from having much success on offence the rest of the game. Detroit had a 15-point lead in the second quarter and was ahead 50-39 at halftime. Foye capped a 15-2 run with a tying 3-pointer with 4:01 left in the third quarter. Jeffersons jumper a couple minutes later gave the Jazz their first lead of the game, and they went into the fourth quarter ahead 64-61. "This team has shown a lot of resilience this season," Corbin said. NOTES: Frank said he was called for a technical foul early in the fourth quarter for being on the court while his team was at the opposite end. He seemed stunned by the call by official Scott Wall, shouting: "Scott! Thats a gift! A gift!" Gordon Hayward made the ensuing free throw with 10:05 left in the game, giving the Jazz a 69-68 lead. ... Utahs Marvin Williams missed his third straight game with a right knee injury and is expected to be evaluated on Sunday. ... Detroits next game is Thursday in London against the New York Knicks. ... Jazz guard Jamaal Tinsley started and played six minutes, then didnt play the rest of the game because Corbin said he was sick. ' ' '