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Winnipeg Jets 3 Philadelphia Flyers 2 (Shootout) – Andrew Ladd saw his shootout hot streak come to an end, but luckily for the Jets Ondrej Pavelec kept his going as the Jets went to a shootout for the third straight game. Josh McRoberts Jersey . Perhaps the biggest news of the game; the Jets scored both goals on the power play, the first time this season they scored two in a game. The Jets were in a power play slump with one goal in the last 15 games. "The power play was a big plus," said Coach Claude Noel post-game. "We really didnt do anything different, just hit the net and they went in. It was only a matter of time." Jets have now won five of the last six games (last three by shootouts), extended their home winning streak and overall winning streak to four games and are back to a game above .500 at 10-9-2.  They are 7-5-1 at MTS Centre. Jets came out strong and badly outshot the Flyers in the first five minutes, however Steve Mason was great in the Flyers goal. The Jets got on the board at 5:36 as Dustin Byfuglien beat Mason for his second of the year and first power play goal of the season. 49 seconds later off a face-off Scott Hartnell took the puck around the Jets net and banked one in off Pavelec to tie the game. Wayne Simmonds added a Flyers power play goal at 11:45 and despite the good start the Jets were down 2-1. The shots ended 13-13. There was no scoring in the second with each team having nine shots on goal. "We had some breakout trouble in the second," continued Coach Noel. The Jets were very good in the third and finally tied the game on a power play.  It was Byfugliens second of the game and third of the year as the Jets power play ended the night two-for-four. A great job by Toby Enstrom to keep a clearing attempt in the Flyers zone, good hustle by Byfuglien to get to an Evander Kane pass, and then a give and go with Olli Jokinen ended with a blast from the line that beat the right handed catching Mason glove side. Jets outshot the Flyers 13-4 in the third and played the period without Zach Bogosian who left late in the second with a lower body injury. His status for Sundays game in Minnesota is not known at this time. "We were down to 5 D in the third," continued Coach Noel, "but we were patient and confident that we could score and get the game to overtime. We werent getting out of whack on momentum shifts." Pavelec also felt his team was very good in the third. "It was one of the best periods weve played this season." The Flyers had the better chances in overtime, resulting in Pavelec having to make a number of very good saves.  "Pavs play has been superb," was the comment from Coach Noel. "He was good in overtime, he was tested at key times throughout the game." The shootout went as follows: Devin Setoguchi yes, Vincent Lecavalier no, Ladd no, Claude Giroux yes, Jokinen no, Matt Read no, Blake Wheeler no, Brayden Schenn no, Bryan Little yes, Kimmo Timonen no. Pavelec has now stopped 12 of 14 over the last four shootouts, all wins by the Jets. Jets are now 5-1 on the season in the shootout. Ladds streak of successful shootouts ended at seven for seven going back to last year. He had been five-for-five this season. Olli Jokenin had five shots on goal, the second time in the last three games he has hit that mark. Jokinen had two assists on the night, giving him 3-9-12 and two points short of his 7-7-14 point season of last year. Ladd also had five shots on goal, Byfuglien ended the night at 31:29 of ice time, the fifth time in his career he has played over 30 minutes. Coach Noel on Byfuglien, "hes enjoys playing the game, he plays with passion." Wheeler had six hits, Little was 60 % in the face-off department winning 15 of 25, while Jokinen won 15 of 27 for a 56% success rate. If Bogosian cant go Sunday Zach Redmond will draw in. Mark Stuart, injured in October, did skate with his teammates in the morning skate, the first time he has done that since late October. There is no time frame for his return. Same goes for the other injured players. Jets have now scored the games opening goal in five of the last seven games. Its three in four nights for the Jets with the game Sunday in Minnesota (TSN Jets, TSN 1290) and home Monday to Calgary. The home stand continues Thursday against Chicago and Saturday against Minnesota (all TSN Jets, TSN 1290). Swingman Gerald Green Jersey . McElveen spent the first four seasons of his CFL career with the Alouettes from 2008 to 2011, and played on two Grey Cup champion teams with Montreal. Shaquille ONeal Heat Jersey . Can it be repeated? The Roughriders are fairly well positioned heading into the off-season. Yes, they have some big ticket free agents to deal with but ones they should be able to retain. http://www.officialheatshop.us/glen-rice-heat-jersey/ . Team second Marc Kennedy and lead Ben Hebert plan to leave Martins rink after this season to join reigning national champion Kevin Koe.ARLINGTON, Texas - Kendrys Morales slapped a line drive away from the Texas shift, landing it just inside the foul line in left field where the only person close to it was a security guard scrambling to get out of the way. A deft leap from the guard kept the ball in play and sent the Twins on their way to ending a 10-game road losing streak. Morales tiebreaking double in the top of the ninth off Texas closer Joakim Soria brought in pinch-runner Sam Fuld from first base in a 3-2 Minnesota victory Sunday. After the security guard dodged the ball with his right foot, the carom off a brick wall just missed his left foot as the ball rolled into shallow left field, a long way from Texas Michael Choice. A ground-rule double would have forced Fuld to stop at third instead of scoring easily, and Soria (1-3) struck out the final two hitters of the inning. "We got a couple of breaks, and we won the ballgame," Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said. Kyle Gibson (7-6) matched a career high by going eight innings and scattering eight hits. Glen Perkins struck out the side in the ninth for his 20th save in 23 chances. Robinson Chirinos had three hits for Texas, including his seventh homer of the season in the fifth inning for a 2-2 tie. Josh Willinghams second hit got the winning rally started with one out in the ninth before he was replaced by Fuld. The Twins had lost the first five games on a six-game road trip after winning four straight on a brief homestand. "It was a big game for us after a tough road trip," said Gibson, who had a 22-inning scoreless streak snapped when he allowed seven runs in just two innings to start the trip at the Los Angeles Angels. "All I did was try to give my team a chance to win and turn things around." Jorge Polanco, making his first major league start for Minnesota, had a tying double on a check-swing roller over the bag at third base in the third inning. The 20-year-old shortstop scored for a 2-1 lead on a single by Joe Mauer, who extended his hiitting streak to a season-high 10 games. Custom Heat Jersey. "They did what they had to do to win the game," Rangers manager Ron Washington said. "We didnt. Even if it was check swings and all that stuff, thats baseball. You cant control what happens sometimes." Polanco also had a strong day defensively, helping turn three double plays and taking a hit way from Elvis Andrus on a one-hop smash to his left in the eighth inning. "The kid played great at shortstop," Gardenhire said. "He has good at-bats. Hes got things to learn, but hes doing just fine." The Rangers had runners at first and third with nobody out in the second and again with one out in the seventh but didnt score either time. Choice struck out ahead of Rougned Odors double-play grounder in the second, and Choice grounded into a double play to end the seventh. Texas right-hander Colby Lewis ended a streak of 13 straight starts without a quality start of at least six innings and three earned runs or fewer, which was tied for the major league record with Seattles Steve Trout from 1988. He gave up two runs in six innings and struck out eight. Lewis left in a 2-2 tie, remaining winless in seven career starts against the Twins. It was the second rough outing of the three-game series for Soria. He gave up four runs in the ninth inning of Texas 5-4 victory on Friday. The injury-riddled Rangers (37-44) hit the halfway mark of the season with their fewest wins since 2007 and are 14 games behind Oakland in the AL West. "Were just in a situation right now where weve got guys hurt and were going to go out there and compete," Lewis said. "Thats all Wash asks us to do." NOTES: Chris Parmelees single in the sixth inning gave him a career-best nine-game hitting streak. ... The Rangers won a home series for the first time since mid-April. They had gone winless in 10 straight series at home. ... Polanco is the first Minnesota player to start his career with two extra-base hits since Rich Becker in 1993. Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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