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TORONTO -- Showing that life in the NHL isnt always about five-star hotels or designer suits, Leafs coach Randy Carlyle found himself in a Swiss Chalet in Parry Sound, Ont., on Boxing Day. And while his players were with family and friends, likely away from the limelight, Carlyle was hard to miss among those ordering a quarter-chicken dinner. "Some fan walks by and says Hey Carlyle, you better get those Leafs going," Carlyle said Friday with a smile. "Everybody in the Swiss Chalet knew I was there so I guess I didnt get away from it (hockey)." For his players, hockey had been on the backburner, at least for a day or two. "It was nice to have a break, physically and mentally," winger Joffrey Lupul said ahead of Friday nights game against the visiting Buffalo Sabres. "It (December) was a tough month for us, record-wise and just schedule, travel-wise. So hopefully a couple of days rest is what we needed and we are able to put together some wins here." "Christmas break, you kind of recharge and refuel and re-energize and get ready to push through to the finish," said captain Dion Phaneuf. "Everybody came back rested, got to spend some time with their families and friends over the holidays and thats what its about," he added. "Now were back to work tonight and weve got to focus on getting our game back to where we want it to be." The Leafs (18-16-5) are coming off shootout losses to the Rangers and Red Wings. Toronto has just one regulation win in its last 18 outings (5-9-4). The Sabres desperately needed the break. A bout of flu meant interim coach Ted Nolan was able to dress just 16 players Monday against Phoenix. Having their Rochester Americans farm team in Switzerland at the Spengler Cup didnt help matters. "They look a lot better today, so thats good," Nolan said Friday of his Sabres." Centre Cody Hodgson, sidelined after blocking a shot, is still not ready to return, however. The goalie matchup Friday appeared to be Jonathan Bernier for the Leafs against Ryan Miller of the Sabres. Carlyle said the Christmas break seemed to have been worthwhile, pointing to the energy he saw from his team in the morning skate. "We all felt pretty good out there this morning," defenceman Cody Franson concurred. "It was nice to have a couple of days (off)." Still, as Swiss Chalet showed, its hard to hide from hockey. "But you never really truly forget about it because its always in the back of your mind to some degree," Carlyle said. "We just hope we can take some of that energy that we had this morning and transfer it into tonights hockey game. "These games are a different games, Im going to tell you. You never know what youre going to get off of three days (rest) and one morning skate. Im sure all the coaches in the leagues are saying the same thing." At 10-24-3, the Sabres sit at the bottom of the NHL. But they are on a mini-streak, having won three of their last four and have gone 4-4-2 in their last 10 games. Toronto is 3-5-2 over the same period. Luck may also be finally on the Sabres side. Buffalo won last time out via a bizarre overtime goal against Phoenix that saw the puck fly into the air and land in the back of Coyotes goalie Mike Smiths pants. An unknowing Smith slid backwards into the goal, taking the puck with him for a 2-1 Buffalo win Monday. There could be more mayhem in front of goal Friday, with six-foot-eight, 259-pound tough guy John Scott expected to see time on the power play in front of the Toronto net. The big man had 199 career NHL games under his belt going into Friday night. At the other end, the Leafs will likely need a plan of their own against a hot goalie. Miller is 4-1-0 in last five starts, with a 1.56 goals against average and .952 save percentage. He has not allowed a third-period goal during that run. He is also 2-0 against the Leafs this season and 31-15-1 overall against Toronto. Carlyle had not lost his sense of humour over the Christmas break. Did you miss us, was his first question from the media after the morning skate. "No I cant say I missed you," he replied to laughter. "I just didnt think about you." The media were back in their numbers Friday. Leafs TV, the teams house channel, had six people in the arena seats talking on TV during the skate. Hatem Ben Arfa Jersey . Vonn punctuated her near-perfect season in perfect fashion Friday, earning her fourth overall World Cup title with a dominating giant slalom victory. Salvatore Sirigu Jersey . - Doug Kalitta led Top Fuel qualifying Friday in the NHRA Nationals at Maple Grove Raceway with a 3. http://www.psgsoccershop.com/c-41-neyma ... ersey.aspx. Right-hander Ricky Nolasco and the Twins agreed to terms on a free-agent contract Wednesday, a person with knowledge of the deal told The Associated Press. Yuri Berchiche Jersey . 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He got the kick after referee Allen Chapman ruled Chris Tierney fouled John Stertzer in the penalty area.LOS ANGELES, Calif. - The last thing the Winnipeg Jets expected was to have to settle things in a shootout — not after the way they started out against the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday night.Mathieu Perreault, Bryan Little and Blake Wheeler scored on Winnipegs first three shots against Jonathan Quick during a 3-minute span, but didnt secure their 5-4 victory over the defending Stanley Cup champions until Little got the only goal in the fourth round of the tiebreaker and Michael Hutchinson stopped Mike Richards at the other end.Our last game in here at the start of the season, we were down and chasing the game the whole night, coach Paul Maurice said. I didnt like parts of the second period tonight, but its tough to win on the road. So this was a good win for the hockey club.Zach Bogosian scored the tying goal in the third period to end a 41-game drought going back almost a year. Hutchinson gave up goals on two of the first five shots he faced, but finished with 25 saves in regulation and overtime.There were a couple of crazy bounces tonight, but we got the start that we were looking for, said the 24-year-old rookie, who allowed more than three goals for the first time in 16 starts this season. We got a few goals early and that really helped our energy throughout the rest of the game. After that, we took a couple of penalties and they were able to capitalize on their power play.Anze Kopitar, Justin Williams, Marian Gaborik and Kyle Clifford scored for the Kings, who have lost three straight and five of six. Quick, who has given up 15 goals in his last three starts, stopped 21 of Winnipegs final 22 shots before the shootout.The Kings are 19-13-10 a year after going 25-13-4 over their first 42 games en route to their second Stanley Cup title in three seasons. They began their 2011-12 championship campaign 20-15-7 over the same stretch.You cant give up four goals and expect to win a hockey game. Thats what it comes down to, defenceman Alec Martinez said. If we keep on having first-period starts like weve had and digging ourselves a hole, its going to be pretty difficult on us.Gaborik tied the score 3-all at 1:29 of the third on a rebound for his team-high 13th goal after Kopitar intercepted the goalies attempted clearing pass at the left boards and quickly shot it toward the net. But Bogosian beat Quick through a screen on a wrist shott with 5:56 left in regulation — his first goal since Jan.dddddddddddd 31, 2014.Perreault opened the scoring at 3:39 of the first period when Michael Frolik shrugged off a hard check behind from Matt Greene against the end boards and fed Perreault in front for his 11th goal. Quick surrendered a soft one to Little 52 seconds later on a short wrist shot.The Jets, 0 for 7 on the power play in Thursdays 4-1 loss at Phoenix, connected the first time they had the man advantage to make it 3-0. Wheeler was credited with his 12th goal when his centring pass in tight quarters bounced in off Kings centre Trevor Lewis at 6:39.We finally got off to the start we wanted. We caught some lucky bounces, Adam Lowry said. On the third goal, we were fortunate to get it. But then we took some more penalties again and let them back in the game.Clifford changed the momentum significantly with a thunderous hit on Anthony Peluso behind the Winnipeg net at 8:20 of the first, resulting in a power play that the Kings were able to kill off.Dustin Byfuglien then got an interference penalty and Lowry was assessed a delay-of-game infraction 26 seconds later for clearing the puck over the glass, resulting in power-play goals by Kopitar and Williams 1:27 apart to pull the Kings to 3-2 with 4:02 left in the first.Jeff Carter lifted a backhander over Hutchinsons glove on a breakaway at 3:31 of the second when he after stealing the puck from Byfuglien inside the Kings blueline.The Kings are 0-3 on a seven-game homestand. Los Angeles hasnt lost four in a row on the same homestand since the middle of the 2010-11 season.NOTES: Kings C Tyler Toffoli missed his first game of the season because of mononucleosis. ... Quick gave up at least four goals in a game for the ninth time this season, something he did just six times in 49 games last season. ... The Jets two-day stay in Southern California will conclude Sunday, when the Anaheim Ducks retire Teemu Selannes No. 8 jersey. Selanne began his 21-year NHL career with the old Winnipeg Jets, who became the Coyotes. These Jets used to be the Atlanta Thrashers. ... Winnipegs next victory will be Paul Maurices 500th as an NHL head coach. Maurice guided the Carolina Hurricanes to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2002. ... The Kings are 7-0-3 against the Thrashers/Jets franchise since it joined the NHL in the 1999-00 season. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Cheap Jerseys 2019 China Jerseys China Jerseys Wholesale Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping NFL Jerseys China ' ' '
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