#1 nights for the second time in less von jin shuiqian 23.10.2019 04:02

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- After sitting out six games with an injury, Evander Kane wanted to make up for lost time. Kane returned to score a goal and added an assist, leading the Winnipeg Jets to a 3-2 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets on Monday night. "I put on my skates and I tried to help this team win -- thats just how I am," said Kane, who had been out since Nov. 29 with a lower-body injury. Mark Scheifele and Bryan Little also had goals for the Jets, with Al Montoya making 22 saves. "I felt confident and the team did a good job tonight. I cant say that enough," said Montoya, who got the start because Ondrej Pavelec had given up five goals in a 6-4 home loss on Saturday. "(The Blue Jackets) didnt have too many chances." A slow, checking game with few good scoring opportunities for most of the first two periods turned into a sprint in the third period, with the teams scoring three times inside 3 minutes. Kanes goal proved to be the winner. "I thought (Kane) looked good for a guy whos been out for a little while," Winnipeg coach Claude Noel said. "His shot on the 3-on-1 was great. And his pass to Scheifele was also good." R.J. Umberger and Fedor Tyutin had the goals for the Blue Jackets, who had a first-period goal disallowed. They had picked up points in five of their past six games (4-1-1). The Jets, coming off an 0-2-1 homestand, opened the scoring when Scheifele notched his fourth at the 13:59 mark of the second. Finding his teammate on a nifty 2-on-1 pass below the hash, Kane sent a pass to Scheifele that he lifted high into the top of the net. Thanks to a double-minor for high sticking against Cam Atkinson, the Jets made it 2-0 at 2:28 of the third. A seemingly innocent one-timer from the blue line by Dustin Byfuglien was redirected by Little, who merely stuck out his stick. The puck ricocheted off it and also off the skate of Columbus defenceman David Savards skate. Umberger collected a pass from Matt Calvert behind the net and scored on the wraparound to cut the lead to 2-1 at 8:48. Moments later, however, David Savard got caught pinching in and it resulted in a 3-on-1 rush with Kane blistering a high shot to push the lead back to two goals at the 10:35 mark. "We played solid with the puck," Kane said. "When youve got a 3-1 lead youve got to put them away. We played a solid game. But its nothing to jump up and down about, though." Once again the Blue Jackets countered, this time when Nick Foligno stole the puck in his offensive zone. Montoya stopped his shot, but Mark Letestu then fed Tyutin, who was crashing the net from the wing to make it 3-2 at the 11:39 mark. Mike McKenna, who had 29 saves, was starting his fourth consecutive game since backup Curtis McElhinney (lower body) was injured -- in relief of last years Vezina Trophy-winning goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky (groin strain). In the final minute of the scoreless first period, there was a wild scramble in the crease led to Calvert being checked into the cage just as the puck went past Montoya into the net, possibly off the stick of Jets defenceman Jacob Trouba. But referee Tim Peel immediately waved off the goal while the crowd booed loudly. Peel said Montoya did not have room to make a play. "I didnt see a goaltender interference on that play," Blue Jackets coach Todd Richards said. "Youre disappointed in the call, but that was one play of many, many in the game." The crowd booed louder each time the replay was shown on the centre ice monitors. The officials deliberated for 45 seconds, but Peel then announced that the call was non-reviewable. "I felt I was pushed in and I tried to dodge (Montoya)," Calvert said. "I thought the puck was in the net before I was but it was a situation where the official had to make a quick call." Notes: The Jets were without RW Anthony Peluso, suspended for three games by the NHL for a hit on Saturday against Dallas Alex Goligoski. ... The Blue Jackets should get RW Marian Gaborik (sprained knee) and D James Wisniewski (upper body injury) back this week. ... Columbus D Dalton Prout (upper body) and C Derek MacKenzie (lower body) were both hurt in the first period and did not return. ... Blue Jackets C Ryan Johansen extended his points streak to a career-best nine games (four goals, seven assists). Adidas Nmd XR1 Schweiz . Toronto (11-12) gave up leads in 10-8 and 11-4 losses to the Baltimore Orioles this week. It was never close Friday as the Boston Red Sox got to Mark Buehrle early en route to an 8-1 win. Adidas Nmd Günstig Ebay . The redshirt freshman finished the regular season with nearly 3,500 passing yards, and 35 touchdowns with another three on the ground while leading the Seminoles to the top of the BCS Rankings. http://www.nmdschweizkaufen.ch/. Dougie Hamilton and Jordan Caron scored in the first period after the Red Wings had miscues on the ice and Tuukka Rask finished with a 23-save shutout, giving Boston a 3-0 win over the Red Wings and a 2-1 series lead in their first-round series. Nmd Schweiz . McCutchen was cut before the series opener against Seattle on Monday night, when Lewis was set for his first start for Texas since July 18, 2012. Texas selected Lewis contract from Triple-A Round Rock. Nmd r2 Herren Schweiz .9 million deal Thursday. The 25-year McGinn had 19 goals and 19 assists in 79 games last season in helping the Avalanche tie a franchise record with 52 wins.If Jonathan Bernier is forced to miss a sixth straight game on Tuesday night with a groin strain, the Maple Leafs will be forced to decide between starting James Reimer or Drew MacIntyre in net. Reimer has started five straight games since relieving an injured Bernier against the Kings on Mar. 13. However, after a strong performance against Los Angeles, Reimer has struggled mightily. Through his five games started, Reimer has allowed 12 goals on 75 shots (.840 save percentage) with his team losing every time out. Starting back-to-back nights for the second time in less than week, Reimer allowed three goals to the New Jersey Devils on 10 shots SSunday night.ddddddddddddMacIntrye entered in relief of Reimer early in the second period and stopped all 12 shots he faced. Still, the Leafs fell 3-2. Unless Bernier proves ready for action, the Leafs will be forced to decide whether to turn back to Reimer or to give MacIntyre the first start of his NHL career against the best team in the Western Conference, the St. Louis Blues. Leafs head coach Randy Carlyle said on Monday that hes not certain when Bernier will be ready to return, but said that hes making progress. With their playoff hopes slipping, who should the Leafs turn to Tuesday night, Reimer or MacIntyre? As always, its Your! 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