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« on: June 29, 2015, 10:19:43 PM »
WINNIPEG -- Winnipeg Jets captain Andrew Ladd thought there was plenty to like about his teams first-period performance Sunday night -- even though they found themselves trailing by two goals. But there was even more to like at nights end, after Ladds late-game equalizer and shootout winner lifted the Jets to a 5-4 win over the San Jose Sharks. Ladd tied the game at 4-4 with 1:43 remaining on a quick shot from the left circle with Blake Wheeler screening goalie Antti Niemi. "We needed a goal at the end," said the left-winger, who notched his fifth goal of the season. "(Bryan Little) made a great play, and I tried to get it off as quick as I could." The Sharks were leading thanks to Dan Boyles second power-play goal of the game. The defenceman finished a precise play when Logan Coutures no-look, backhand pass set him up for an easy goal from point-blank range. Michael Frolik, Dustin Byfulgien and Grant Clitsome added goals for the Jets (8-9-2). Tomas Hertl and Tommy Wingels scored for the Sharks (10-2-5), who lost in a shootout for the third time in their last four games. Jets goalie Ondrej Pavelec stopped Couture, Wingels and Boyle as Ladd scored the lone goal in the penalty-shot contest. Niemi stopped 42-of-46 shots for the Sharks, while Pavelec made 30 saves. The Jets, who scored four first-period goals against Nashville on Friday night, were buzzing around Niemi early, but the netminder kept the game scoreless. Winnipeg had a 10-2 lead in shots when Boyles point shot on the power play opened the scoring for San Jose at 14:04. Less than two minutes later, Jason Demers sprung Hertl on a breakaway with an 80-foot pass, and Hertl beat Pavelec with a deke to his forehand for his 10th goal of the season. "The way the game played out, I thought we had a really good first period," Ladd said. "A couple mistakes and were down 2-0. A lot of times its tough to come in and be positive, but I thought we did a good job of that, and a good job of sticking to our game plan." Jets coach Claude Noel thought his team responded well to the early two-goal deficit. "I thought we were resilient in the game," Noel said. "I thought we didnt lose our focus, we didnt lose our hope, and we easily could have after the first period. "To me it was a huge building block for our team." Even after Boyles second goal, as the game started to slip away, Noel said his bench believed it could force overtime. "We still felt there was time on the clock and we could get some stuff done," he said. Patrick Marleau appeared to have scored the overtime winner for San Jose, but the goal was disallowed when Wingels made contact in the crease with Pavelec. "Its a discretionary call that occurs in a game," said San Jose coach Todd McLellan, adding that ones opinion of the call would likely depend on which team they support. Pavelec thought the call was warranted, as he felt Wingels pushed him in the back. "We made stride as far as our competitiveness," McLellan said. "But I still dont think were at our best." The Jets have won back-to-back contests for the first time since the seasons first two games. The Jets drew even in the second period, beating Niemi three times on 17 shots. Frolik scored off a perfect cross-crease pass from Matt Halischuk to make it 2-1, only to see the Sharks restore their two-goal lead 41 seconds later on a high shot from in tight by Wingels. Byfuglien scored his first goal of the season -- on his 64th shot on goal -- to make it 3-2, and Clitsome drew the Jets even with a wrist shot through traffic from 50 feet out. Notes: A pre-game moment of silence was observed for Remembrance Day, and Second World War veteran Len Kropioski, a Jets season-ticket holder, joined anthem singer Stacey Nattrass on the ice. a The Jets struggles on the power play continued as they went 0 for 2. Winnipeg has one power-play goal in its last 14 games. a San Jose plays its next three games in Western Canada before a trip to Chicago next weekend. a Winnipeg plays in Detroit on Tuesday night before returning home to face Philadelphia. wholesale nfl jerseys .The Falcons may be positioned to target Quinn — if they have enough patience.Atlanta already has conducted its first interview with Quinn. cheap jerseys from china . Hes got everything thats needed to be a top midfield player. 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The agreement brings the 4pm et/1pm pt Sunday package to CTV and TSN for the first time, allowing for a full day of Sunday NFL programming on Bell Media channels. The new agreement is complementary to the existing agreement for primetime games on TSN. Beginning Fall 2014, Bell Media becomes the rights holder to NFL football in Canada for: Sunday 1 pm et regular-season gamesSunday 4 pm et regular-season gamesSunday Night regular-season gamesMonday Night regular-season gamesAll Playoff GamesThe Super Bowl Fans will now receive Sunday afternoon games on conventional (CTV/CTV Two) and specialty (TSN/TSN2) at both 1pm/10am pt et and 4pm et/1pm pt. Additionally, the new agreement grants Bell Media digital media rights for the first time, giving Canadian fans the ability to watch NFL games and content on Bell Media TV Everywhere platforms, including CTV GO and TSN GO. "As NFL audiences continue to rise, Bell Media is proud to provide even wider access to Canadian NFL fans wherever they may be and on whatever platform," said Phil King, President, CTV Programming and Sports. "The National Football League is a brand synonymous with excellence and leadership to both fans and advertisers alike. We look forward to elevating the NFL in Canada to even higher peaks.&qquot; "Since partnering with Bell Media we have seen a strong lift in our viewership in Canada," said Julie Moeller, Vice President of International Media Business Development, NFL.dddddddddddd "Starting in 2014, Bell Media will offer live NFL football all day on Sundays across their networks and digital offerings, providing a dynamic viewing experience for the fans. We are pleased to extend our partnership." As the home of professional football in Canada, TSN will continue to be Canadas source for NFL news and information, led by SportsCentre. In addition to broadcasting NFL programming from ESPN, including NFL Countdown on Sunday mornings, Monday Night Countdown, and the NFL Draft, TSN also broadcasts the Sunday night pre-game show Football Night in America. NFL Sundays in Canada (et): 10am - NFL Countdown1pm - Two games in each market4pm - Two games in each market7pm - Football Night in America8:30pm - Sunday night football11pm - SportsCentre TSN has been televising NFL games since 1987, where it is among the top three sports broadcast on the network, while CTVs partnership with the NFL began in 2007. Since that time, NFL audiences have grown 76 per cent for regular season games on CTV and 48 per cent for playoff games. Since 2012, audiences have spiked for males, up 15 per cent for M18-49 and up 18 per cent for M25-54. The Super Bowl remains the most-watched television event in Canada, with an audience of 7.4 million on CTV and RDS in 2013. cheap jerseys wholesale jerseys ' ' '
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