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OTTAWA Philadelphia Flyers T-Shirts Womens , Ontario (AP) — Despite giving up two goals 8 seconds apart in the final minute of the second period to tie the game, the Carolina Hurricanes seemed to have no issues with a letdown in the third period on Sunday.Justin Williams scored the winning goal and broke a 4-4 tie with a power-play goal at 7:34 of the third and the Hurricanes defeated the Ottawa Senators 5-4.One minute later, Williams nearly scored again but he was robbed with a great glove save from Andres Nilsson, who came on in relief of Senators starter Marcus Hogberg in the second period.Justin Faulk and Brock McGinn each had a goal and an assist and Carolina won its fourth straight game. Jaccob Slavin and Dougie Hamilton also scored for the Hurricanes, who got a 27-save performance from Petr Mrazek.“It was surprisingly easy to (mentally) park (the end of the second period). I know you’ll probably look at me and roll your eyes, but good teams pick each other up,” Williams said.“Mrazek came in and said ‘that was on me’ and we instantly said ‘No, no, no. You’ve had our back all the time, so it’s time for us to pick you up’, and that’s what teams do, they pick each other up. They don’t let someone stew about it and we had a great third period and won the game.”Jean-Gabriel Pageau tied the game 4-4 in his return to Ottawa’s lineup after missing the entire season to date with a torn Achilles he suffered on the first day of training camp.Just 8 seconds earlier in the second period Philadelphia Flyers Hoodies Womens , Rudolfs Balcers scored his first NHL goal in his second career game as the Senators had their losing skid stretch to eight games. Matt Duchene and Ryan Dzingel also scored for Ottawa.Hogberg started in goal for the Senators and allowed three goals on 16 shots. Nilsson turned aside 11 of the 13 shots he faced.“It was fast. The first few shifts were shorter than I expected,” said Pageau of his first game since April. “It’s hard to prepare at this level and it doesn’t matter how hard you work out, it’s totally different when you come into a game like that.“Right off the bat I tried to get myself in the game. I take pride in playing for the Sens and playing this game at home after everything I’ve gone through since the first day of camp. It means a lot to me.”The Hurricanes had a fast start, scoring on two of their first three shots less than five minutes into the game.Faulk opened the scoring with a power-play goal at 1:12 of the first period with a point shot that beat Hogberg. Then, at 4:28, McGinn scored a short-handed goal as he slid a backhand through Hogberg’s legs on a breakaway.“We’re not doing enough of the little things to win right now and it sucks,” said Senators forward Chris Tierney, who had two assists.“We didn’t start well and that hurt us. It just seems like every night it’s something else and we need to figure out a way to get everything going at once to win in this league.”That was all the scoring in the opening period although the Senators created several good opportunities, but were unable to beat Mrazek.Ottawa finally did break through at 2:32 of the second period when Duchene beat Mrazek from in tight after a cross-crease pass from Bobby Ryan.The Hurricanes regained their two-goal lead and knocked Hogberg from the Senators’ goal at the same time as Slavin scored at 6:13 with a slap shot.Ottawa got that one back at 12:17 on a power play as Dzingel beat Mrazek with a backhand, but at 14:54 Hamilton beat Nilsson to put the Hurricanes up 4-2. It was just the second shot Nilsson had faced.Then came the final-minute fireworks as Balcers scored at 19:12 and Pageau scored 8 seconds later to tie the game 4-4 heading to the third.Notes: Nick Paul and Ben Harpur were scratches for the Senators while Clark Bishop was a scratch for the Hurricanes. … Sunday’s matchup was the first of three this season between the teams. They will play in North Carolina on Jan. 18 and back in Ottawa on Feb. 12.UP NEXT:Hurricanes: In New York on Tuesday to face the Islanders.Senators: Senators open a three-game California road trip in Anaheim on Wednesday. VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — Before the Canucks started their season, coach Travis Green said he wanted his team to “score by committee.”Vancouver did just that Wednesday night in a 4-2 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks.Jake Virtanen scored twice Philadelphia Flyers Hats Womens , Brendan Gaunce got the go-ahead goal midway through the third period and Antoine Roussel also found the net for the Canucks.“It’s easier said than done, but any team that wins in this league has secondary scoring usually,” Green said. “You need guys at certain times to step up. It’s not one or two or three guys that can score every night.”It was the first two-goal game of Virtanen’s career. At one point in the third period, it appeared he might have a chance at a hat trick, but the 22-year-old right wing chose not to push it.“I didn’t want to go out of position or anything,” he said. “I wanted to make sure we weren’t getting scored on. … We’d rather just secure the win and call it a day.”Jacob Markstrom made 24 saves for Vancouver.Brandon Saad and Jonathan Toews scored for the Blackhawks. Corey Crawford turned away 24 shots, but coach Joel Quenneville thought turnovers were a big problem.“I think it was self-inflicted on the goals against,” he said. “Preventable, all of them, and they turned turnovers into the back of the net.”The team got sloppy with the puck, according to Saad.“A couple posts and unlucky bounces, but regardless we have to tighten up defensively Custom Philadelphia Flyers Jerseys ,” he said. “We give that team that much rush chances and time and space and they are going to capitalize. It definitely wasn’t good enough defensively.”Gaunce scored at 9:23 of the third after he snatched up a Chicago pass. The goal was the sixth of his NHL career, with the last one coming on Feb. 1.“I just tried to get it off as quick as I could,” he said. “I knew (Crawford) was coming out and he was a little bit off because it was such a quick play and I just tried to get it up.”Gaunce also assisted on Roussel’s late goal in his first game with the Canucks this season. He was called up Tuesday from the Utica Comets of the AHL to help fill out a roster riddled by injuries.The 24-year-old said he was playing with a bit of a chip on his shoulder.“I want to be in the NHL, and at the start of the year. I obviously wasn’t, so there was a reason for that,” Gaunce said. “You come in here with the mentality that you’re going to make a difference and you’re going to kind of make them have to keep you.”Chicago got on the scoreboard first with Saad scoring his third of the season midway through the first period. The left wing beat Canucks defenseman Erik Gudbranson in Vancouver’s end and put a hard shot on net. Markstrom appeared to get a piece of it but the puck trickled in underneath him.Virtanen responded in the 15th minute after the Blackhawks turned over the puck in the neutral zone. He picked up speed on a breakaway and put a high shot past Crawford.The Blackhawks went back on top with a power-play goal early in the second after Canucks defenseman Michael Del Zotto took a cross-checking penalty late in the first.Toews fired in a wrister from the top of the faceoff circle to give him 299 goals for the Blackhawks, sixth-most in franchise history.Chicago is 30th in the NHL on the power play. Wednesday marked the sixth time this season the Blackhawks have scored with the man advantage.Virtanen followed with his second of the night just more than 12 minutes into the second period. He scooped up a pass just inside the blue line and fired a quick shot past Crawford to tie it 2-all. Virtanen has five goals and two assists this season.NOTES: Blackhawks star Patrick Kane sat out due to illness, the first time he’s been out of the lineup since breaking his collarbone in February 2015. … Vancouver defenseman Troy Stecher left midway through the third after colliding with Chicago’s Brandon Manning. Green said Stecher went through mandatory concussion testing and is fine.UP NEXTBlackhawks: At the Edmonton Oilers on Thursday night.Canucks: Host the Colorado Avalanche on Friday in the finale of a four-game homestand.
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