ontest riding a nine-game point streak

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ontest riding a nine-game point streak

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Sunrise, FL (SportsNetwork.com) - Luke Glendening scored twice and the Detroit Red Wings held off the Florida Panthers for a 5-4 win on Tuesday. Stephen Weiss posted a goal and two assists, Drew Miller scored a short-handed goal, Henrik Zetterberg also lit the lamp and Petr Mrazek made 37 saves in the Red Wings sixth straight win. We really battled it out. It wasnt always pretty, but youve got to get those sometimes, Glendening said. Aleksander Barkov finished with a goal and two assists, Nick Bjugstad supplied a goal and a helper and Brad Boyes and Brandon Pirri also scored for the Panthers, who dropped their fifth game in a row. There were a lot of guys that made some mistakes tonight that cost us some goals, Florida head coach Gerard Gallant said. It was the first game back and was a sloppy game. Al Montoya made 10 saves in relief of Roberto Luongo, who gave up five goals on 17 shots. After Glendening increased Detroits lead to 5-2 with a wrister in front with 8:41 left in the second, Bjugstad sent a shot over the shoulder of Mrazek from the left side of the net four minutes later. The Panthers got within a goal with 9:06 to play after Boyes tapped in Barkovs crisp pass from the left circle. Florida went on the power play with 2:32 remaining after Drew Miller was called for interference and pulled Montoya for a two-man advantage. Mrazek, however, fought off the Panthers barrage for the win. On the penalty kill early in the game, Miller took Jonathan Ericssons bank pass off the boards in the neutral zone, skated in on a breakaway and backhanded the puck through Luongos pads to start the scoring 8:06 into the contest. The Panthers went ahead with two quick two power-play goals. Barkov finished off a tic-tac-toe passing play with a wrister from the right side of the net during a 5-on-3 at 9:08 and Pirris slap shot trickled through the pads of Mrazek just 68 seconds later for a 2-1 lead. Early in the second, Gustav Nyquist took Luongos failed clear behind the net and sent a pass toward the slot. Justin Abdelkader tipped it to Zetterberg, who made it a 2-2 game on a wrist shot 32 seconds into the middle stanza. Detroit took a 4-2 lead with two quick goals. Glendening took the rebound of Weiss stuff attempt in front and lifted the puck over Luongo at 7:07 of the second and 1:19 later, Weiss tapped in Riley Sheahans cross-crease pass. Game Notes Sheahan tallied two assists ... Zetterberg has five goals and four assists during a four-game point streak ... The Red Wings have earned points in their last 14 road games (10-0-4) against Florida dating to Feb. 17, 1997 ... The two teams will wrap up the season series on March 19 in Florida. Detroit Lions Jerseys . 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Hoefl-Rieschs exit — from the downhill course into safety nets, then airlifted from the slope by helicopter — left Anna Fenninger of Austria favourite to win her first giant crystal trophy one month after becoming an Olympic champion.EDMONTON - Henrik Lundqvist didnt have to do much for his fifth shutout of the season. Lundqvist only needed to make 16 saves as the Rangers won their third game in a row, defeating the Edmonton Oilers 2-0 on Sunday.It was not a very tough game for me, but they had a few chances here and there, Lundqvist said. We were patient. We felt like they were playing not to make any mistakes and were staying back. They were waiting for us to make mistakes so that they could counter. But we did a good job of playing a smart hockey game. We just stuck with the game plan and let our chances come to us. I thought we were the better team the whole game, but at the same time it was still a one-goal game for most of it.Dan Girardi and Carl Hagelin scored for the Rangers (14-10-4), who have picked up victories in five of their past seven games.The Rangers played on back-to-back nights with Lundqvist getting the start in both.The Swedish netminder said he was eager to get back into the net so soon after Saturdays 5-1 win over the Canucks in Vancouver.It feels the last couple weeks I havent played much, so I was happy when they told me I was going in again, he said. I am used to getting into a mental flow where you dont have to work to get focused, but when you dont play as much you have to work a little harder at that.Rick Nash picked up an assist on the game winner, running his point streak to a career-high 10 games— the longest active point streak in the NHL this season.Hes been one of our most consistent performers on both ends of the rink, said Rangers head coach Alain Vigneault. In this league you have to be able to score, but you also have to be able to defend and he has done a really good job in both ends of the ice for us.The Oilers (7-19-5), who have lost four in a row and 15 of their past 16 games overall, sit in last place in the NHL.When you put only 16 shots on net, its tough to win and it showed tonight, said Oilers forward Ryan Nugent-Hopkins.Edmonton head coach Dallas Eakins said the Rangers put up a bit of a brick wall.It was a tough night it seemed to get anything going, he said. It was one of those, it looked like a game where youre watching paint dry. Both teams were being fairly responsible. The Rangers a few years ago took on that mmentality of shot blocking where nothing was ever going to get through.dddddddddddd It seemed like they were able to block a ton of shots and we werent able to get them through.The Rangers went up 1-0 with four minutes left to play in the opening period as a Girardi pass through the crease hit the skate of Oiler Mark Arcobello and went straight into the net past Edmonton starter Ben Scrivens.It was the 21st time in 31 games the Oilers allowed the first goal of the game.The Rangers had seven first-period shots to Edmontons five.New York had the bulk of the Grade A chances in the second period, but Scrivens was solid to keep his team in it. He was lucky once when Mats Zuccarello shot a puck over the net, but also came across the crease to make a huge pad save on a Ryan McDonagh rebound late in the period.Despite a limited amount of action around his net, Lundqvist did make a point-blank save on Oilers defender Jeff Petry with four minutes to play in the middle frame to keep his team ahead.The shots favoured the Rangers by a 15-10 margin after 40 minutes.Lundqvist bailed out his defenders with another big save in close on Taylor Hall with six-and-a-half minutes remaining in the third period.Edmonton pulled Scrivens in the late stages, but it worked against them as Hagelin scored an empty-net goal.Both teams return to action on Tuesday as the Rangers travel to Calgary to face the Flames and the Oilers begin a two-game road swing against the Arizona Coyotes.Notes: It was the second of two games between the two teams this season. The Oilers earned a 3-1 win against the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden on Nov. 9, but came into the game with just one win in the 15 games since (1-10-4)… Rangers forward Rick Nash came into the contest riding a nine-game point streak with six goals and five assists in that span... J.T. Miller had three goals and one assist in his five games since being recalled from the Hartford Wolf Pack of the AHL… Edmonton recalled defenseman Brad Hunt from the Oklahoma City Barons of the AHL before the game, but he was a healthy scratch… Out with injuries for the Oilers were Benoit Pouliot (foot), Boyd Gordon (back), Nikita Nikitin (back) and Oscar Klefbom (foot)… The Rangers had no reported injuries. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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