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PHILADELPHIA - Jason Zucker scored with 45.4 seconds left to lift the Minnesota Wild to a 3-2 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday night.Nino Niederreiter had a goal and an assist, and Marco Scandella also scored for the Wild, who won their fourth straight. Darcy Kuemper stopped 37 shots.Mark Streit and Claude Giroux scored for the Flyers, who lost their fourth straight. Ray Emery had 27 saves.The Wild improved to 4-6 on the road and earned just their second win in 10 visits to Philadelphia (2-7-1).MAPLE LEAFS 5, LIGHTNING 2TORONTO (AP) — James van Riemsdyk scored two goals to lead Toronto to a much-needed victory over Tampa Bay.David Clarkson, Richard Panik and Roman Polak added goals for Toronto, which scored early in the first period and three times in the second to snap a three-game losing streak.Alex Killorn and Steven Stamkos scored for Tampa Bay, which has dropped two straight after beating the Rangers in New York 5-1 on Monday.The usually high-scoring Lightning couldnt break through Jonathan Bernier, who redeemed himself after being pulled from Tuesdays 9-2 loss to Nashville after allowing three goals on 12 shots in 20 minutes.Bernier recorded his sixth win of the season, stopping 26 shots.CANADIENS 4, BLUES 1MONTREAL (AP) — Max Pacioretty scored twice, and Montreal beat St. Louis. Dale Weise and Lars Eller also scored, and Carey Price made 31 saves.Vladimir Tarasenko had the lone goal for St. Louis. Jake Allen stopped 26 shots in defeat.Pacioretty netted the winner at 7:32 of the second — his team-leading ninth goal. He got the better of Allen on a breakaway after taking a stretch pass from linemate Pierre-Alexandre Parenteau from his own zone.The Canadiens (15-5-1) stretched their lead atop the Eastern Conference to three points. The Blues have lost consecutive games after winning 10 of 11.SENATORS 3, PREDATORS 2OTTAWA (AP) — Bobby Ryan, Alex Chiasson and Jared Cowen all scored in the second period, Robin Lehner stopped 33 shots, and Ottawa topped Nashville.Shea Weber and Olli Jokinen scored for Nashville, and Carter Hutton — playing for just the third time this season — stopped 16 shots.Ryans power-play goal tied it 1-1 at 6 minutes of the second period. Chiasson put Ottawa ahead with 6:42 remaining in the period, scoring his fifth of the season.Cowen made it 3-1 just 2:06 later.Jokinen made it a one-goal game in the opening minutes of the third period, getting his first point with the Predators. Nashville outshot Ottawa 16-3 in the third period.RED WINGS 4, JETS 3WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) — Tomas Tatar scored two goals and added an assist as Detroit defeated Winnipeg.Justin Abdelkader had the tying goal and an assist for the Red Wings, and Johan Franzen scored his sixth of the season.Dustin Byfuglien, Adam Lowry and Mathieu Perrault had goals for Winnipeg. Ondrej Pavelec made 23 saves.Detroit rested Jimmy Howard after he was in net for the Red Wings 5-0 victory over Columbus on Tuesday. With backup Jonas Gustavsson out because of a dislocated shoulder, Petr Mrazek played in his 12th career game and first this season, and made 28 saves.STARS 3, COYOTES 1DALLAS (AP) — John Klingberg, Cody Eakin and Jason Spezza all scored in the third period, rallying Dallas past Arizona.Ales Hemsky had two assists as Dallas ended a seven-game, home-losing streak (0-5-2). The Stars won for just the second time in 11 home games (2-5-4).Arizona has lost its last five games in Dallas.Klingberg and Eakin scored 33 seconds apart in the opening minute of the third period. Klingbergs goal from the slot was his first in the NHL, in his sixth game, and it tied it 19 seconds into the period.Spezza made it 3-1 with 4:18 remaining.Lauri Korpikoski scored for the Coyotes with 5:39 left in the first period.Arizonas Mike Smith made 24 saves. Dallas Kari Lehtonen stopped 26 shots.CAPITALS 3, AVALANCHE 2DENVER (AP) — Alex Ovechkin scored late in the third period, Braden Holtby stopped 27 shots, and Washington outlasted Colorado.Nicklas Backstrom had a goal and an assist, Jason Chimera also scored, and Ovechkin added an assist for the Capitals. Washington won the last two games of its three-game trip.Ovechkin broke a 2-all tie when he poked his own rebound over the goal line with 5:56 left. It was his ninth of the season and first in four games.The Avalanche played half the game without Alex Tanguay after he was hit in the face on a shot by Ovechkin. Tanguay skated off the ice and didnt return because of a jaw injury.BLACKHAWKS 4, FLAMES 3CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — Patrick Kane scored the tiebreaking goal in the third period to help Chicago edge Calgary.With the game tied 3-3, Kanes unassisted goal at 9:12 came after goalie Jonas Hiller turned over the puck behind his net. It was the seventh goal of the season for Kane, who has scored in three straight games. He had scored only four times in the first 16 games.Adam Clendening scored his first in the NHL, and Daniel Carcillo and Brent Seabrook added goals for Chicago, who began a six-game road trip.Paul Byron, Wideman and Sean Monahan scored for Calgary, which had won seven of nine.Corey Crawford made 24 saves for the win. Hiller stopped 18 shots.KINGS 3, HURRICANES 2LOS ANGELES (AP) — Tanner Pearson ended his 11-game goal drought with the tiebreaking score, and Jonathan Quick made 25 saves against Carolina in Los Angeles NHL-best 10th home victory of the season.Jarret Stoll and Trevor Lewis also scored for the defending Stanley Cup champions, who have won three straight. The Kings largely controlled play with 39 shots, and they hung on through a scoreless third period for their sixth win in eight meetings with Carolina.Jeff Skinner and Eric Staal scored for the Hurricanes, who have lost four of five.Cam Ward stopped 36 shots, but Carolina failed to build on the momentum of its victory in Dallas on Tuesday to open a five-game road trip.DUCKS 4, CANUCKS 3, SOVANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — Corey Perry scored the shootout winner, lifting Anaheim over Vancouver.Perrys goal on Anaheims first shootout attempt was the only one the Ducks needed. They got another from Jakob Silfverberg after Vancouvers Radim Vrbata and Nick Bonino failed to score.The Ducks (12-4-5) earned their first win in five games. The Canucks lost for the second time in three. Anaheim also avenged a Nov. 9 home shootout loss to Vancouver.The Canucks (13-6-1) lost their first one-goal game this season, becoming the last in the NHL to do so.Rookie Bo Horvat, with his first NHL career goal, Jannik Hansen and Radim Vrbata scored for the Canucks in regulation.Andrew Cogliano, Ryan Getzlaf, and Matt Beleskey had goals for Anaheim.Former Canucks centre Ryan Kesler played his first game in Vancouver since being traded to the Ducks in the summer.PANTHERS 3, SHARKS 2, SOSAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Nick Bjugstad scored twice during regulation and added the winning goal in the shootout as Florida won its fourth straight in San Jose.San Joses Patrick Marleau tied it with 33 seconds remaining in regulation, taking a pass from Joe Thornton and firing it past Roberto Luongo, who had stopped Marleaus penalty shot earlier in the third period.Luongo stopped 28 shots and won for the fourth time in his last five games against the Sharks. The Panthers swept the season series.Logan Couture ended a season-worst eight-game goal-less streak with a power-play tally for the Sharks, who played at home for the first time in two weeks.Antti Niemi made 26 saves for the Sharks, who failed to win for the third time in their last four at home. Adidas Superstars Sale Cheap . - Pete Rose didnt want it to be about him, not on a day when four new members were elected to baseballs most exclusive club. Adidas Superstar Cheap China . -- Phil Mickelson came to the St. http://www.cheapsuperstar.net/. The Toronto Blue Jays general manager made a series of bold moves that reshaped the club ahead of what would turn out to be a disastrous 2013 campaign. Cheap Adidas Superstar Shoes .Y. - Matt Harvey wants to make sure hes on the mound in late October — if the New York Mets get there for the first time since 2006. Adidas Superstars Clearance . A quick first step to get to the hoop for a layup. A rousing dunk on the break off a high outlet pass saved by teammate Ramon Sessions.PARIS - Marseilles top scorer Andre-Pierre Gignac saw his goal-bound shot saved with just seconds remaining as the French league leader missed several chances in a 1-1 draw at Lorient on Tuesday.Marseille took the lead on Lorients plastic pitch in the 32nd minute when winger Dimitri Payet cut inside from the left, beat two defenders and curled a shot into the top right corner.Lorient equalized five minutes later after Benjamin Jeannot charged onto a long ball and was floored by Marseille goalkeeper Steve Mandanda. Former Marseille forward Jordan Ayew scored the penalty.The draw meant two-time defending champion Paris Saint-Germain — which is unbeaten in 21 games this season — can move into first place by beating struggling Lille on Wednesday, although star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been rested.Gignac, the leagues co-top scorer on 11 goals with Lyons Alexandre Lacazette, held his head in his hands when he failed to score with just 10 seconds left in injury time. A loose ball fell to him but Gignacs shot was slightly too close to goalkeeper Benjamin Lecomte.We could have finished the game off but we didnt take our chances. We dropped two points tonight, Marseille defender Jeremy Morel said. Of course its disappointing. Lets hope it doesnt count against us too much at the end (of the season).Also, Toulouse won 2-1 at NNantes.dddddddddddd.Later, Monaco faced lowly Lens.There were chances for Marseille, even before Gignacs last-gasp effort.With 20 minutes remaining, Gignac missed a similar chance to score following a mistake from Lecomte, who came to gather Payets cross, crashed into the back of defender Vincent Le Goff and spilled the ball.Lurking near the penalty spot, Gignac latched onto the ball and hit a powerful low shot that Le Goff kicked away.Marseille then had two chances in quick succession.Substitute Michy Batshuayi saw his shot kicked off the line after running onto a clever pass from Payet, and moments later Lecomte comfortably saved Gignacs glancing header following a corner.With Marseille pushing hard, Lecomte smartly denied Batshuayi after he controlled Gignacs downward header, span and struck a low shot that was heading for the bottom corner until the keeper kicked it away.At Nantes, defender Issiaga Sylla swept the ball in from close range to put Toulouse in front midway through the first half, but midfielder Jordan Veretout equalized with a penalty midway through the second half following a handball.Danish forward Martin Braithwaite got Toulouses winner in the 85th, expertly controlling a cross from the left with one touch and dispatching a powerful shot past goalkeeper Remy Riou with his right foot. 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