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22 марта 2016 г. 05:46

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EDMONTON -- Phil Kessel had two goals and two assists on Tuesday as the Toronto Maple Leafs won their second game in a row, defeating the Edmonton Oilers 4-0. Nike Air Max 90 White Womens Sale . James van Riemsdyk and Nazem Kadri also scored for the Maple Leafs (9-4-0) who have won three of their last four to take over sole possession of first place in the Atlantic Division, moving ahead of the Tampa Bay Lightning. James Reimer stopped 43 shots for his 11th career shutout. Richard Bachman stopped 22 shots for the Oilers (3-9-2), who have now lost four straight. Edmonton outshot Toronto 43-25. Toronto started the scoring just over a minute into the game on their first shot of the contest. Kadri made a nice play to hook a pass to a hard-charging Kessel on his way to the net and he was able to fake out Oilers goalie Bachman with a quick move to score his eight goal of the season. Edmonton had its chances in the fast-paced first period. Most notably on a drop pass from Nail Yakupov that defender Nick Schultz shot wide of an empty net. The Oilers outshot the Maple Leafs 14-12, with Reimer making all the stops through 20 minutes. Bachman was able to keep it a one-goal game early in the second on a big glove save on Mason Raymond, but couldnt do it again a minute later as Kessel dished a two-on-one pass off to van Riemsdyk, and he chipped it into the net. Toronto went up 3-0 with 11 minutes left in the second period as Bachman lost track of a deflected shot that went behind the net and Kessel displayed his skill by barely pulling the puck over the goal line before putting it in the roof of the cage for his second goal of the night. The Maple Leafs added to their lead six minutes into the third period as Morgan Rielly finished off a tic-tac-toe passing play by rifling a puck off of Kadri and in. Kadri also had two assists in the game. The Maple Leafs are right back at it in Calgary on Wednesday to play the Flames. The Oilers remain home to face the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday. Notes: It was the second and final of two meetings this season. The Maple Leafs beat the Oilers 6-5 in overtime on Oct. 12 in the previous meeting as Joffrey Lupul scored with under a minute left to force the extra period before Dave Bolland scored the winnera Lupul drew back into the Toronto lineup after missing the last two games with a foot injurya Out for the Leafs were scratched defenceman John-Michael Liles and forward Troy Bodie and injured players included forwards Nikolai Kulemin (ankle), Tyler Bozak (lower body) and defenceman Mark Fraser (knee)a Oilers forward David Perron was a late scratch with an illness. The Oilers remained without injured players Steve MacIntyre (knee), Corey Potter (back), Ryan Hamilton (knee), Jesse Joensuu (back), Ryan Smyth (groin) and Taylor Hall (knee)a The Leafs came into the game having been outshot in nine straight games and in 10 of their first 12 match-ups this seasona Oilers centre Sam Gagner made his return to the Edmonton lineup after missing 13 games due to a broken jaw suffered in the pre-season after taking a since Zack Kassian stick to the face. Gagner wore a full face shield in his returna Richard Bachman got his second career start in the Edmonton net after being called up from Oklahoma City with starter Devan Dubnyk suffering an ankle injury. Bachman made 47 of 48 stops in a 2-1 overtime loss to the L.A. Kings on Sunday. Cheap Nike Air Max 95 . That will give them plenty of time to savour Robyn Regehrs first career overtime goal and try to figure out how to score more often. Nike Air Max 2016 For Sale . But he is devalued. 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He dropped the bat, clapped his hands a few times and began to trot around the bases as the 24,286 fans at Rogers Centre roared in approval. "For me its the best moment you can have," Encarnacion said. "For any player to have a walk-off home run. So everybody (is) happy on the team and were going to fly a five-hour happy flight today." The Blue Jays will kick off a 10-game road trip Thursday at Oakland. Jose Reyes led off the ninth with a double and Melky Cabrera was intentionally walked. Anthony Gose tried to move both runners into scoring position, but Reyes was thrown out at third after the sacrifice bunt attempt. Darin Mastroianni struck out before Encarnacion hit his third career walkoff homer. "I should have just bounced a sinker and walked him or thrown the slider away off the plate," Kintzler said. "It definitely didnt go where I planned it." Jose Bautista and Juan Francisco also homered for Toronto. Casey Janssen (3-0) worked one inning of relief for the win, and reliever Will Smith (1-1) shouldered the loss. "A good win for the guys," said Blue Jays manager John Gibbons. "They finished a tough homestand with a good win." Both teams scored in the opening frame. Jonathan Lucroy hit a two-out double off Toronto starter J.A. Happ and scored when cleanup hittter Carlos Gomez hit a bloop single that dropped in right field. Black And White Nike Air Max 2016. Bautista answered in the bottom half by hitting a solo shot in his first at-bat for the second straight day. He took a 3-1 pitch from starter Wily Peralta over the wall in left-centre field for his 17th homer of the year. The Brewers scored three times in the third inning but Happ settled down after that, recording 13 outs in a row before catcher Martin Maldonados bunt single in the seventh inning. "I tried to get back down and focus and try to cover some innings and let our offence grind it out, and thats what we did," Happ said. The Blue Jays tied the game with Franciscos two-run shot in the fourth, his 13th homer of the season. Toronto put baserunners on in the seventh but Mastroianni failed to advance the lead runner with a sacrifice bunt attempt. Brewers skipper Ron Roenicke was ejected in the top of the eighth and Gibbons was tossed in the bottom half after a safe call was overturned at second base. Gibbons admitted he was frustrated and perhaps a little on edge after a long homestand with a lot of day games. "Maybe I got tired of looking at bunts not getting put down," he said with a smile. "So I said, Ill go have a beer." It was Roenickes first ejection of the season and the second for Gibbons. Notes: The game took three hours one minute to play. ... With dark clouds hovering in the area, the roof started to close in the ninth inning. ... Bautista was the designated hitter for the second straight day. Cabrera started in Bautistas usual spot in right field and Encarnacion started in left field. ... Earlier Wednesday, the Blue Jays announced that they signed first-round picks Jeff Hoffman and Max Pentecost. Hoffman, a right-handed pitcher, was selected ninth overall. Pentecost, a catcher, was taken with the 11th pick. Both players are 21 years old. ... The Blue Jays wrapped up the homestand with a 5-4 record. ... Knuckleballer R.A. Dickey (6-7, 4.24) is scheduled to start the opener of the four-game series against Athletics right-hander Sonny Gray (7-3, 3.20). ... The Brewers get an off-day Thursday before kicking off a three-game set at Cincinnati. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '

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