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21 мая 2016 г. 06:59

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ANAHEIM, Calif. Best Air Max 90 . - The width of Alec Martinezs shin guard was the difference between the Los Angeles Kings and the Anaheim Ducks in their playoff series opener. Corey Perry had the puck on his stick with a nearly open net early in overtime, but Martinez managed to block the shot by the Ducks best goal-scorer. It happened in an instant, but both players were still thinking about the pivotal play a day later as they prepared for Game 2 on Monday night. "I guess I channeled my inner goalie, playing in the driveway when I was younger," Martinez said Sunday after the latest round of congratulations for his game-saving block. "I just tried to get in front of it, and maybe got a little bit lucky, too." No hockey game turns on one play, and the Kings wouldnt have even made it to overtime without Marian Gaboriks tying goal with 7 seconds left in regulation in their 3-2 win. Several minutes after Martinezs big save, Gaboriks game-winner put the Kings up 1-0 in the second round with their fifth consecutive playoff victory. Both teams expect a long, taxing series between evenly matched opponents with a thorough mutual familiarity. They wont be surprised if more games in the series come down to one blocked shot, one extra pass or one big save. Perry still wont soon forget his missed opportunity to put the Ducks in front in the series. "Ive seen it a few times," said a grimacing Perry, who scored 43 goals in the regular season and two more in the first round against Dallas. "I was up for a while. You think about what it could have been. "He made a great play," Perry added. "I thought I had an open net, and obviously I tried to put it in, but he just got his leg on it, and I missed the rebound. Hopefully its a different bounce next time." Even before the late theatrics, the Southern California rivals first playoff meeting was every bit as entertaining as expected. The Kings have little trouble winning on the road, while the Ducks were a dominant home team this season — but neither team is likely to have a distinct home-ice advantage. "I thought the atmosphere was great," Kings forward Justin Williams said. "A lot of times when youre on the road, all you want to hear is silence. But there wasnt even much silence when we scored. There was a lot of Kings fans there and a lot of support for us, so that was the extra added element to the game. Usually when you score an overtime goal, its crickets in the building, and we heard a little something, so Kings fans are making their way down the freeway." Perry, Ryan Getzlaf and Teemu Selanne all had big moments for the Ducks, who controlled play for long stretches and got a strong performance from new starting goalie Jonas Hiller. Anaheim still couldnt capitalize on its opportunities to pull away, failing to crack the NHLs best defence with its habitually struggling power play. The Ducks might have more offensive ability than the Kings, but they also know it wont matter unless it leads to goals. "We didnt bury our few chances," Getzlaf said. "I dont think theyve changed much. Theyre still the team we know. Theyve just upped their intensity, and weve got to match it." The defence-minded Kings have been impressive offensively during their playoff winning streak. Los Angeles has 21 goals in its last five games, and Anze Kopitar has become the post-seasons leading scorer so far. The Kings are scoring well, but their defensive depth became even shallower in victory: Veteran defenceman Jeff Schultz could make his debut for Los Angeles in Game 2 if injured Willie Mitchell and Robyn Regehr must sit out. Down to five healthy defencemen for much of Game 1 at Honda Center, the Kings still managed to limit the Ducks to two goals. "I had a little chat with (coach Darryl Sutter), and he said, Just go out there and play," said Schultz, who played for Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau in Washington during his 399 games of NHL experience. "Its hard to replace a guy like Robyn, but I feel like Im capable of doing a similar job to what he can do." Air Max 90 Ultra Nz . The team is still trying to figure out how to incorporate all the new faces that have replaced him.When the Heat play James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in a preseason game in Rio on Saturday, the main focus is on speeding up the rebuilding process after losing their biggest star. Nike Air Max Nz Online . Team second Marc Kennedy and lead Ben Hebert plan to leave Martins rink after this season to join reigning national champion Kevin Koe.Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel find themselves in the same place this month as last month on Craigs List - in a dead heat at No. 1. Surely, the World Junior Hockey Championship paved the way for a clear cut declaration. There were times early on in the tournament when I felt that way and that surely Eichel was No. 1. There were also times later in the tourney when McDavid demonstrated he was destined for the first spot on the list. Its precisely for those reasons they remain deadlocked. Each showed their tremendous abilities and made a case for why they should be the first overall pick, yet nothing convinced me that one has the edge on the other. Two great players come to mind when I think of these two young stars - Magic Johnson and Larry Bird, basketball Hall of Famers who were instrumental in leading their teams to championship stature. Each was great, but in very different ways and with different skill sets. While neither was more important or less important to their teams, their impact on the NBA was renowned. The managers of their respective teams may have found themselves in the most unique of situations, that being they could only trade one for the other. They wore sweater numbers 32 and 33 respectively and that may have been the only thing that separated them by one. Two players who stood out at the World Junior Championship took a significant leap forward. Mikko Rantanen was Finlands most productive player and showed an ability to play a well-rounded game where he could have an impact in multiple ways. Lawson Crouse - Canadas youngest player - became a very important cog in their lineup as the tourney progressed. He demonstrated his ability to contribute with his skating, smarts, size and strength and was part of a very important and formidable line that helped Canada to gold. London Knights winger Mitchell Marner, the leading scorer in the Ontario Hockey League, is an electrifying talent. Eries Dylan Strome has also been atop the scoring race since the beginning of the season and have both shown they can lead their teams to success in the absence of more highly-acclaimed teammates. Theyve established themselves as the next best two players after McDavid and Eichel. Noah Hanifin is a very good prospect, the difference between him and Michigan blueliner Zach Werenski is razor thin. Along with Swedens Oliver Kylington and Russian defenceman Ivan Provorov of the Brandon Wheat Kings, they form a quartet of blueliner who embody what NHL teams are looking for. The New Year begins with the countdown to the draft and if there is anything I know for certain, we can expect players to step up their games and continue to show that this draft class could be very special, not just at the top but throughout. Craigs List - January Ranking RK Player Team POS HT WT G A P 1 Connor McDavid Erie (OHL) C 61 195 16 35 51 1 Jack Eichel Boston U (NCAA) C 62 195 8 19 27 3 Mitchell Marner London (OHL) RW 511 154 32 45 77 4 Dylan Strome Erie (OHL) C 63 187 27 44 71 5 Noah Hanifin Boston C (NCAA) D 62 201 2 6 8 6 Zach Werenski Michigan (NCAA) D 61 201 3 9 12 7 Oliver Kylington AIK (Sweden 2) D 60 180 3 3 6 8 Ivan Provorov Brandon (WHL) D 60 193 10 27 37 9 Nick Merkley Kelowna (WHL) C 511 188 13 48 61 10 Kyle Connor Youngstown (USHL) C 61 170 11 20 31 11 Mikko Rantanen TPS (SM LIGA) RW 64 211 2 9 11 12 Lawson Crouse Kingston (OHL) LW 64 211 12 4 16 13 Jansen Harkins Prince George (WHL) C 61 181 13 35 48 14 Jeremy Roy Sherbrooke (QMJHL) D 60 189 4 31 35 15 Brock Boeser Waterloo (USHL) RW 61 187 19 16 35 16 Anthony Beauvillier Shawinigan (QMJHL) LW 510 171 29 24 53 17 Pavel Zacha Sarnia (OHL) C 63 210 9 10 19 18 Mathew Brazal Seattle (WHL) C 60 178 7 11 18 19 Daniel Sprong Charlottetown (QMJHL) RW 61 189 22 23 45 20 Evgeni Svechnikov Cape Breton (QMJHL) RW 61 180 13 24 37 21 Colin White USA NTDP (USHL) C 60 183 10 12 22 22 Thomas Novak Waterloo (USHL) C 60 174 4 20 24 23 Nicolas Meloche Baie Comeau (QMJHL) D 63 199 8 20 28 24 Brandon Carlo Tri-City (WHL) D 65 198 2 13 15 25 Thomas Chabot Saint John (QMJHL) D 61 181 7 17 24 26 Jakub Zboril Saint John (QMJHL) D 61 184 8 14 22 27 Jake Debrusk Swift Current (WHL) LW 60 171 20 20 40 28 Jeremy Bracco USA NTDP (USHL) RW 59 173 12 35 47 29 Filip Chlapik Charlottetown (QMJHL) C 60 194 17 26 43 30 Travis Konecny Ottawa (OHL) C 60 173 14 19 33 31 Timo Meier Halifax (QMJHL) RW 61 208 21 25 46 32 Nicolas Roy Chicoutimi (QMJHL) C 64 202 10 18 28 33 Guillaume Brisebois Acadie (QMJHL) D 62 170 3 13 16 34 Mitchell Vande Sompel Oshawa (OHL) D 510 182 6 34 40 35 Parker Wotherspoon Tri-City (WHL) D 60 171 8 14 22 36 Rasmus Andersson Barrie (OHL) D 60 210 8 29 37 37 Gustav Bouramman Sault Ste. Nike Air Max 1 Online. Marie (OHL) D 511 184 5 20 25 38 Brendan Guhle Prince Albert (WHL) D 62 184 3 11 14 39 Roope Hintz Ilves (SM LIGA) C/LW 63 185 4 7 11 40 Jordan Greenway USA NTDP (USHL) LW 65 222 2 15 17 41 Jacob Larsson Frolunda (Sweden J-20) D 62 191 5 6 11 42 Jens Looke Brynas (SHL) RW 61 180 2 4 6 43 Adam Musil Red Deer (WHL) C/RW 63 206 9 16 25 44 Erik Foley Cedar Rapids (USHL) LW 60 185 15 13 28 45 Paul Bittner Portland (WHL) LW 64 206 15 13 28 46 Nikita Korostelev Sarnia (OHL) RW 61 195 16 20 36 47 Blake Speers Sault Ste. Marie (OHL) C 511 177 18 26 44 48 Yakov Trenin Gatineau (QMJHL) C 62 192 11 25 36 49 Andrew Mangiapane Barrie (OHL) RW 510 170 22 37 59 50 Christian Fischer USA NTDP (USHL) RW 61 212 16 15 31 51 Vladislav Gavrikov Loko Yaroslavl (MHL) D 63 205 1 6 7 52 Noah Juulsen Everett (WHL) D 61 175 4 25 29 53 Vince Dunn Niagara (OHL) D 60 182 7 16 23 54 David Kase Chomutov (Czech Jr.) C 511 169 5 5 10 55 Sebastian Aho Karpat (SM LIIGA) RW 511 172 2 3 5 56 Ethan Bear Seattle (WHL) D 60 202 9 13 22 57 Felix Sandstrom Brynas Jr. (Sweden J20) G 62 191 3.31 .896 0 58 Ryan Pilon Brandon (WHL) D 62 212 6 27 33 59 Ryan Gropp Seattle (WHL) LW 62 184 15 18 33 60 Adam Marsh Saint John (QMJHL) LW 60 160 18 14 32 61 Callum Booth Quebec (QMJHL) G 63 199 62 Mackenzie Blackwood Barrie (OHL) G 62 215 63 Nathan Noel Saint John (QMJHL) C 511 170 64 J.F. Karlsson Omaha (USHL) C/RW 61 192 65 Alexander Dergachyov St. Petersburg (MHL) RW 64 200 66 Glenn Gawdin Swift Current (WHL) C 61 188 67 Travis Dermott Erie (OHL) D 511 197 68 Dennis Yan Shawinigan (QMJHL) LW 61 180 69 Matthew Spencer Peterborough (OHL) D 62 200 70 Daniel Vladar Kladno (Czech Jr.) G 65 185 71 Ziyat Paygin Ak Bars Kazan (KHL) D 65 209 72 Denis Guryanov Togilatti 2 (MHL) RW 63 183 73 Keegan Kolesar Seattle (WHL) RW 61 217 74 Michael Spacek Pardubice (Czech Jr.) RW 511 187 75 Jonas Siegenthaler GCK Zurich (Swiss 2) D 63 220 76 Caleb Jones USA NTDP (USHL) D 60 194 77 Reid Gardiner Prince Albert (WHL) C/RW 511 187 78 Deven Sideroff Kemloops (WHL) RW 511 171 79 Lukas Jasek Trinec Jr. (Czech Jr.) RW 511 165 80 Dmitri Zhukenov OMSK (MHL) C 511 169 81 Aleksi Saarela Assat Pori (Finland Jr.) C 511 198 82 Graham Knott Niagara (OHL) LW 64 192 83 Brent Gates Green Bay (USHL) C 62 196 84 Spencer Smallman Saint John (QMJHL) RW 61 184 85 Gabriel Carlsson Linkoping (Sweden J20) D 64 183 86 Brendan Warren USA NTDP (USHL) LW 60 191 87 Samuel Dove-McFalls Saint John (QMJHL) C/LW 62 207 88 Yegor Rykov St. Petersbrug (WHL) D 61 216 89 Kyle Capobianco Sudbury (OHL) D 61 178 90 Brien Diffley Boston U (HE- NCAA) D 61 176 91 Denis Godla Slovakia U18 (Extra) G 511 176 92 Zachary Senyshyn Sault Ste. 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