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« on: May 19, 2019, 06:46:05 PM »
NEWARK Cal Clutterbuck Jersey , N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Devils fans came to the Prudential Center to jeer Ilya Kovalchuk. The home team certainly didn’t give them a reason to cheer.Tyler Toffoli scored twice in 35 seconds early in the third period to spark the Los Angeles Kings to a 5-1 victory over the Devils on Tuesday night.Toffoli, who had the overtime winner Monday against the New York Rangers, helped send the Kings to their third win in four games.Adrian Kempe, Dion Phaneuf and Kovalchuk also scored for Los Angeles. Jack Campbell made 29 saves and Anze Kopitar had three assists.It was the first game in New Jersey for Kovalchuk since he left the Devils in 2013 to continue his career in Russia. He signed with the Kings as a free agent last summer.Kovalchuk was booed loudly when his picture appeared on the scoreboard as one of the Los Angeles starters. The hostile reception continued throughout the game whenever he hit the ice, and especially when he handled the puck.He returned the favor, scoring with 2:24 remaining to boost the lead to 5-1.“That’s not something you’re expecting, but that’s OK,” Kovalchuk said of the game-long razzing. “You know that’s their emotions, and that’s how they react Eric Tangradi Jersey Womens , so that’s what I think. I was happy when I scored. That’s always the best answer.”Pavel Zacha scored for New Jersey, and Keith Kinkaid stopped 20 shots.The game was tied 1-all before the Kings scored three goals in the first 1:52 of the third period.Toffoli started the outburst on a power play 32 seconds in. He took a flip pass from Kopitar and rifled the puck under the crossbar before striking again just 35 seconds later.“To start the third period with the power play was huge, and we went in with the plan of getting the puck to the net,” Toffoli said. “Kopitar found me in the slot and we put it in. It kind of kept rolling from there. We took over the game in the first two minutes, and did a good job and did the right things necessary to win.”Phaneuf added his first of the season on a point shot that glanced off a New Jersey defender, and suddenly the Kings were in control.Kempe opened the scoring at 6:21 of the first period with a shot from the slot that handcuffed Kinkaid.It was the only goal of the opening period — and Kempe’s third in the last two games.The momentum shifted New Jersey’s way to start the second as the Devils fired nine of the first 10 shots of the period. The pressure paid off when Zacha evened the score at 3:31 on a sensational setup by Jesper Bratt. Skating behind the Kings net, Bratt fed a no-look backhand pass to the slot where Zacha slammed it home.It was another disheartening loss for the Devils, who have been unable to generate positive momentum in a season that has slipped away from them.“It seems like we put together a good game here and there,” captain Andy Greene said. “It’s not like we’re not working hard. They’re mental mistakes. It just seems when that happens http://www.officialislanders.com/authentic-adidas-casey-cizikas-jersey , we’re getting busted for it. The goals are happening. We’re letting them in. We compound one mistake into two or three.”NOTES: Jeff Carter, who sustained a lower-body injury in the Kings’ victory Monday night over the Rangers, is sidelined day-to-day, according to coach Willie Desjardins. … Nate Thompson returned for the Kings after missing two games with the flu. … The game began a season-high four-game homestand for the Devils, who play nine games at the Prudential Center in February.UP NEXTKings: At the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday.Devils: Host the New York Islanders on Thursday. GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — With a hot goaltender and a nice run of winning, the Arizona Coyotes have tightened the race for a wild-card playoff spot in the Western Conference.Darcy Kuemper’s play in net made a big difference again, as he made 30 saves to shut out the Western Conference-leading Calgary Flames in a 2-0 Coyotes victory Thursday night.Clayton Keller and Jakob Chychrun scored for the Coyotes, who sent the suddenly struggling Flames to their fourth straight defeat.Kuemper improved to 16-4-3 in goal since Jan. 1 and logged his third shutout of the season. Arizona has won seven of eight and kept pace with wild-card leaders Dallas and Minnesota. The Coyotes are three points out of the second wild-card spot in the West.Kuemper had to face an extra attacker for the final 4:35 of the game after Calgary pulled goalie Mike Smith.“They needed to …I guess with the timeout they thought they could draw something up and maybe catch us by surprise Adam Pelech Jersey Womens ,” Kuemper said. “But the guys did a great job defending.”The Flames were shut out for the first time since losing 2-0 at Dallas on Dec. 18, and were held scoreless for the fourth time this season. Calgary had won the previous three meetings with Arizona by a combined score of 18-4.“They’ve kind of had our number,” Chychrun said. “We kind of owed them one.”Keller’s 13th goal of the season came at 10:16 of the first period, and gave the Coyotes a 1-0 lead. Christian Dvorak skated up the wing with the puck and timed a pass across the Calgary zone to Keller. The Flames defender had fallen trying to block the delivery, but the puck reached Keller for a wrist shot into the net.The Flames had a couple of quality chances miss just wide or over the net in the first.“We’re playing well in our own zone, we’re playing well defensively,” Flames coach Bill Peters said. “We’re having a hard time getting it to go and some of the execution could be a little bit better, but I think once we get one or two, I think it’ll start to come again.”After a scoreless second period Thomas Hickey Jersey Womens , the Flames opened the third on a power play. Mark Giordano’s shot deflected off teammate Elias Lindholm in front of the net and pinged off a goalpost in the final seconds of the man advantage.Chychrun fired in a rebound that came out to him at 2:49 of the third period, after Dvorak tried to stuff the puck past Smith.The Flames challenged the goal for goaltender interference, but it was upheld.Smith, a former Coyotes goaltender, had 23 saves including one on Keller on a breakaway in the third period.“It’s hard to score, it’s hard to win this time of year,” Smith said. “There’s no sense of getting frustrated about it, we have to be better.”Vinnie Hinostroza missed a penalty shot with 7:26 to play that would have extended the Coyotes’ lead.“If we stick to our game plan, that’s the key John Tavares Jersey ,” Coyotes coach Rick Tocchet said. “I felt we had more guys invested in what we were trying to do.”NOTES: Coyotes F Michael Grabner played in his first game since Dec. 1, a span of 41 games he missed after taking a stick to his right eye. “It was a lot of fun. I’m sick of skating by myself out there, so it was nice to get back out there and play a meaningful game,” he said. … Coyotes F Josh Archibald was given a two-minute penalty for embellishment after he was taken down on a rush in the third period. … The Flames played their eighth back-to-back set of games this season after playing at Vegas on Wednesday. … Former Flames star Theo Fleury was named an inductee into the Alberta Hockey Hall of Fame on Thursday.UP NEXTCalgary: Hosts Vegas on Sunday.Arizona: Hosts Los Angeles Kings on Saturday.

 

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