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2 июля 2016 г. 10:13

like there are some terrorists out there."

GLENDALE, Ariz. http://www.leafshockeyfanstore.com/Customized/ . -- The Carolina Hurricanes have spent a good portion of the past two weeks on the road and had mixed results. Theyre headed home for a long break with a nice road win, thanks to their top line. Eric Staal had a goal and two assists, Jeff Skinner scored for the third straight game and the Hurricanes ended a four-game road trip with a 3-1 win over the Phoenix Coyotes on Saturday night. "Its a big win for us. You look at the standings, you have to pick up points wherever you can," Hurricanes coach Kirk Muller said. "But its the way we won. At the end of a long road trip, we fought and played hard to beat a good hockey team." Playing on the road for the sixth time in seven games since Dec. 3, the Hurricanes withstood an initial flurry and goal by Phoenix to pull out an impressive road victory before getting five days off. Justin Peters was solid and made some big saves down the stretch, stopping 37 shots. Nathan Gerbe tied the game in the second period and Skinner put the Hurricanes ahead early in the third with his eighth goal in six games. Staal put the finishing touches on it with an empty-net goal, giving his line -- he skates with Skinner and Tuomo Ruutu -- 16 goals and 17 assists since Skinners return from injured reserve on Nov. 21 "We are getting chances," Skinner said. "Sometimes thats the way it goes, it goes in, sometimes it doesnt. We got some chances and I was lucky to capitalize on them." Phoenix played a solid game, going up 1-0 in the first period on Paul Bissonnettes first goal in two years. The Coyotes had plenty of chances over the next two periods, but couldnt get anything else past Peters, and lost a key faceoff in the third that led to Skinners goal. "We werent bad tonight, but we could have been way better," Coyotes coach Dave Tippett said. "We could have used a spark from somebody tonight and it didnt come." Coming off a difficult stretch, the Coyotes had earned points in three straight games, including a 6-3 win over the Islanders on Thursday, despite missing several key players. Phoenix was short-handed again against Carolina. Captain Shane Doan missed his fourth straight game with an illness, defenceman Derek Morris was out for the fourth straight game and left wing Lauri Korpikoski sat out his 11th straight. The Coyotes have been getting by with production throughout their lines and the start of Saturdays game was no different. Generating some good early chances, Phoenix scored midway through the first period, when Jeff Halpern kept the puck in Carolinas zone and found Connor Murphy at the right point. He fed a pass to Bissonnette in the crease and the fourth-liner redirected it in for his first goal since Nov. 19, 2011, against Buffalo and first at home since 2010. "Its just good for confidence, just getting chemistry with our line," Bissonnette said. "Weve got guys in and out of the lineup and our line keeps changing, so its nice to play with the same guys and get comfortable." The Hurricanes took over after that. Gerbe tied it at 8:50 of the second period, keeping it on a 2-on-1 and beating Smith to the glove side with a wrister for his seventh of the season. Peters made a huge save late in the second period, stopping Antoine Vermette on a breakaway, and Skinner put the Hurricanes up by scooping up a loose puck off a faceoff and whipping a shot past Smith 3 minutes into the third to score in his third straight game. Peters turned the Coyotes away when they turned up the pressure late, including a spectacular save against Mike Ribeiro. "We talk about timely goals; he made some really timely saves at the right time of the game," Muller said. "He looks real confident." So do the Hurricanes after a big road win. NOTES: Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman Paul Goldschmidt dropped the ceremonial puck before the game. ... Hurricanes rookie C Elias Lindholm did not play after taking a hard hit against Calgary on Thursday. ... Doan spoke during the second intermission and said he still doesnt know what caused him to be sick the past 10 days, but has responded to medicine and is feeling better. No timetable has been given for his return. ... Carolinas Tim Gleason had an assist for his 100th point with the Hurricanes http://www.leafshockeyfanstore.com/Tim-Horton-Jersey/ . Del Potro forced two breaks of serve in each set and saved all five chances the 97th-ranked Baghdatis held in the first set. In Fridays quarterfinals, del Potro will face Paul-Henri Mathieu of France, who beat compatriot Michael Llodra 6-4, 6-3.http://www.leafshockeyfanstore.com/Jake-Gardiner-Jersey/ . MO CHEEKS (Pistons): Out as coach.DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- A 67-car field, an unusually low attrition rate and a relatively tight road course turned an endurance race into a pushing and shoving match. And no one was immune. The result: dinged and damaged cars at every turn at the Rolex 24 at Daytona. "It feels like you are playing poker every time you are passing a slower car," driver Sebastien Bourdais said. "Hopefully by the end of the race, there are fewer cars on track and people start to figure out a little bit more where they need to be on the race track because it feels like there are some terrorists out there." The merger of the American Le Mans Series and the Grand-Am Series created a crowded field for the 52nd running of the Rolex 24. And with few cars getting knocked out early, traffic around Daytona International Speedways 3.56-mile road course became problematic for everyone involved. Complicating the situation, many of the sports car drivers have considerably less experience than the professionals. "Its not a criticism; I think every series has this," Indianapolis 500 winner and Chip Ganassi Racing driver Tony Kanaan said. "We probably need to ask, Do we need them? ... Would I like to see only professionals? 100 per cent. Is that going to happen? 100 per cent not. Its part of it and thats the risk we take, but yes, there are guys there that if I teach you how to drive in two days, youd be better." Kanaan offered examples of some off the strange moves he encountered during his seat time.http://www.leafshockeyfanstore.com/Lanny-McDonald-Jersey/. "I remember when I used to drive with my father, my mom would say, Im not worried about you. Im worried about other people," Kanaan said. "Its the same thing here. You have no idea what they are going to do. You think they are going to turn left and they turn right. Somebody has their left blinker on and you are thinking hes going to the left, and then he goes to the right. "They dont know where to stop if they have a problem, and they panic when they see something in front of them and hit the brakes and spin. I think thats part of this race." Kanaans sentiments were echoed throughout the garage. "I strongly believe there are some people out there who should not be out there," Ganassi driver and three-time IndyCar champion Scott Dixon said. "They are going to hurt somebody or hurt themselves." Added Action Express Christian Fittipaldi: "Its wild out there. Of all the eight races Ive done here, this is definitely the worst." The track at Le Mans is longer and has more straightaways, which provide drivers more chances to pass and more opportunities and take a break from the stress of traffic. Its far from similar at Daytona. "You literally could do a double stint and not get a single clean lap," DeltaWing driver Andy Meyrick said. "Its tough on the driver because youre constantly in traffic." Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '

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