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UNIONDALE, N. nike air max 90 damen schweiz .Y. -- The New York Islanders and Pittsburgh Penguins invariably play entertaining games at Nassau Coliseum. Just as predictable is the visiting team emerging with a victory. Rookie defenceman Olli Maatta scored the go-ahead goal early in the second period and Evgeni Malkin added an insurance score in the third as the Penguins rallied from an early deficit and held on for a wild 6-4 win over the Islanders on Thursday night. The Islanders had a 5-on-3 power play for 50 seconds late in the third, but couldnt score against backup Jeff Zatkoff, who made 30 saves for the Eastern Conference-leading Penguins (36-13-2). Pittsburgh improved to 17-5 against Metropolitan Division opponents. Zatkoff (8-2-1) stopped Frans Nielsen point-blank during the power-play and denied John Tavares, second in the league in scoring to Pittsburghs Sidney Crosby, with a shoulder save in the closing seconds. "Jeff hung in there and was strong when he had to be," Penguins coach Dan Bylsma said of his goaltender. "He made that huge late save and showed fortitude -- as we all did -- to stay with it tonight." Brandon Sutter scored an empty-net goal for the Penguins, who trailed 2-0 early and also got goals from Crosby, Chris Kunitz and Kris Letang. Michael Grabner, Brock Nelson, Josh Bailey and Kyle Okposo had goals for the Islanders. Maatta scored his fifth of the season at 5:35 of the middle period to give the Penguins a 3-2 lead when the 19-year-old Finnish defenceman skated through the Islanders defence before sliding a backhand past Kevin Poulin. Letang scored at 17:44 after the Penguins league-best power-play unit kept the puck in the Islanders zone for nearly an entire man advantage. After hitting the post, Letang blasted the puck past Poulin for this 10th goal of the season to give Pittsburgh a two-goal cushion. Bailey pulled the Islanders within a goal at 4-3 at 3:10 of the third when he beat Zatkoff on a breakaway. The goal came after Matt Martin of the Islanders fought Pittsburghs Tanner Glass. But Malkin slapped a perfect cross-ice pass from James Neal past Poulin at 5:59 for this 14th goal. Malkin has points in 24 of 27 games since Nov. 1, with 11 goals and 30 assists during the stretch. "The emotion was there for both teams tonight as it always seems to be when we play the Islanders," Crosby said. "We found a way to stay strong and make key plays at the right times." Okposo received credit for a goal at 10:55 of the third to make it 5-4 after the puck crossed the goal line in a scrum in front of Zatkoff. The play was reviewed and the goal awarded, the 21st for Okposo. Sutter scored an empty-net goal for the Penguins at 19:56 to conclude the scoring. The Islanders surprised the Penguins with two quick first-period goals before the visitors answered with a pair of their own in the latter half of the period. Grabner whipped a loose puck past Zatkoff at 1:39. Then, Grabner set up Nelson at 8:21 to make it 2-0. Kunitz answered for the Penguins at 9:32 with a slap shot from the top of left circle past Poulin. Crosby and Maatta assisted on the 25th goal of the season for Kunitz, who will join Crosby on Team Canada at the Winter Games in Sochi next month. Then, Crosby tied it at 11:24 with his 27th goal of the season when he jammed a rebound past Poulin. "They play an aggressive style and they create opportunities," added Crosby, who also had two assists and leads the league with 72 points. "We were able to create some of our own and hold them off when we had to." The Penguins entered 26-2-1 when scoring first and 9-11-1 when they didnt. This time, they found a way to recover and overcome the Islanders (21-25-7). New York has been on a torrid streak that pulled them from a 9-19-7 record after a shootout loss to Tampa Bay on Dec. 17 within five points of a playoff spot before meeting the Penguins. The Islanders lost for just the fourth time in 14 games. "Again, it was about our battle level or the lack of it," Islanders coach Jack Capuano said. "We have to defend harder. You cant give a team with as much firepower as the Penguins all that time and space. We got away from how we have to play for about 10 minutes and it cost us." The three previous Islanders-Penguins games this season were decided by one goal. The teams split two games in Pittsburgh before Crosby capped a Penguins comeback with an overtime goal at the Coliseum on Dec. 3. Pittsburgh is 7-1-1 over its last nine and 15-3-1 in its last 19 contests. The Penguins have also won seven of their last eight regular-season games against the Islanders at Nassau Coliseum. The Penguins defeated the Islanders in a six-game first-round playoff series last May. NOTES: Crosby has 25 goals and 58 assists in 45 regular-season games against the Islanders, including 11 goals and 24 assists in 21 games at Nassau Coliseum. ... The Penguins are 11-1 in their last 12 division games. The only loss was a 2-1 setback against the Devils in Newark on Dec. 31. The Penguins are 13-4-2 in their last 19 games at Nassau Coliseum. ... The Islanders continued to be without D Travis Hamonic (upper body). Nike Air Max 90 Damen Sale . Only three players drafted by NHL clubs were included on the Czech selection camp roster on Wednesday. Those players were Dallas Stars 2012 first-rounder Radek Faksa, Winnipeg Jets 2013 fourth-rounder Jan Kostalek and Phoenix Coyotes 2012 seventh-rounder Marek Langhamer. Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse Schweiz . -- Kyrie Irvings last-minute 3-pointer helped seal another victory for Cleveland -- and the Cavaliers longest winning streak since LeBron James left. http://www.airmax90verkaufch.com/ . 10 Texas Rangers jersey for one last time. Young formally announced his retirement Friday after returning to Rangers Ballpark, his baseball home for all but the last of his 13 major league seasons.Pavel Padakin scored twice, including a short-handed goal into an empty net, and added an assist as the Calgary Hitmen overcame the Moose Jaw Warriors 6-4 on Wednesday for their eighth straight win in Western Hockey League action. Jane Virtanen scored two, and Alex Roach and Elliott Peterson rounded out the offence for the Hitmen (40-15-6). Brady Brassart chipped in with three assists. Colton McCarthy scored twice, Brayden Point had a goal and two assists, and Jack Rodewald also scored for the Warriors (15-35-9), who were 2 for 5 on the power play. Calgarys Mack Shields stopped 31 shots while his Moose Jaw counterparts Justin Paulin and Zach Sawchenko combined for 22 saves. Paulic gave up four goals on 24 shots and Sawchenko stopped 12 of 13. --- ROYALS 5 WHEAT KINGS 3 BRANDON, Man. -- Steven Hodges scored a goal and added two assists to lift Victoria over Brandon. Logan Nelson had a goal and an assist, and Keegan Kanzig, Tyler Soy and Austin Carroll also scored for the Royals (42-16-4), who outshot their opponent 49-26. Ryan Pulock and Tyler Coulter had a goal and an assist for the Wheat Kings (28-25-8), while Rihards Bukarts scored the other Brandon goal. Victorias Patrik Polivka stopped 23 shots for the victory. Brandons Curtis Honey stopped 44 shots in defeat. --- PATS 4 BLADES 2 SASKATOON -- Morgan Klimchuk scored three times, including a short-handed goal to open the scoring in the second period, as Regina edged Saskatoon. Logan McVeigh scored the other goal for the East division-leading Pats (32-22-6) and Dmitry Sinitsyn had two assists. Chase Clayton and Ayrton Nikkel scored for the Blades (16-40-5), who were outshot 44-28. Dawson MacAuley stopped 26 shots to take the victory for Regina. Blades goalie Troy Trombley made 40 saves in the losing effort. --- ICE 5 TIGERS 2 KOOTENAY, B.C. -- Sam Reinhart scored a goal and helped on three more to lead Kootenay over Medicine Hat. Tim Bozon and Jaedon Deschen had a goal and two assists apiece, Zach Franko had one goal and one assist, and Luke Philp also scored for the Ice (33-22-4). Chade Labelle and Jacob Doty scored for the Tigers (36-20-3), who outshot Kootenay 42-28. Blake Penner had two assists. Mackenzie Skapski stopped 40 shots for the victory while Medicine Hats Marek Langhamer made 23 saves. --- GIANTS 5 HURRICANES 2 LETHBRIDGE, Alta. nike air max 90 herren günstig. -- Jared Rathjen made 27 saves and Vancouver got goals from five different skaters en route to their victory over Lethbridge. Cain Franson had a goal and an assist, and Alec Baer, Travis McEvoy, Joel Hamilton and Carter Popoff also scored for the Giants (28-23-10). Jackson Houck chipped in with three assists. Giorgio Estephan and Carter Folk replied for the Hurricanes (12-44-5), who have dropped three straight. Teagan Sacher stopped 43 of 48 shots in defeat. --- OIL KINGS 4 REBELS 1 RED DEER, Alta. -- Edmonton pummelled Red Deer with 54 shots while holding its opponent to just 15 en route to victory in the Central division matchup. Henrik Samuelsson had a power-play goal and Brandon Ralph, Edgars Kulda and Curtis Lazar also scored for the Oil Kings (41-14-2). Tristan Jarry made 14 saves. Adam Musil had the lone goal for the Rebels (28-28-4), and Patrik Bartosak made 45 saves before being replaced by Taz Burman after 51:11. Burman stopped all five shots he faced in relief. Edmonton was 1 for 7 on the power play as Red Deer racked up 46 penalty minutes on 13 infractions. The Oil Kings took 10 penalties totalling 48 minutes, but the Rebels were scoreless in three chances with the man advantage. --- ROCKETS 5 AMERICANS 1 KELOWNA, B.C. -- Tyler Gouldbourne and Cole Linaker each had a goal and an assist, and Kelowna outshot Tri-City 51-16 en route to victory. Mitchell Wheaton, Nick Merkley and Myles Bell also scored for the B.C. division-leading Rockets (47-8-4), who have won four in a row. Rodney Southam had the lone goal for the Americans (27-27-6) at 18:42 of the third period to spoil Jordan Cookes shutout bid. Cooke made 15 saves, while Tri-Citys Evan Sarthou stopped 46 shots in the losing effort. --- RAIDERS 4 CHIEFS 1 SPOKANE, Wash. -- Dakota Conroy opened the scoring with a power-play goal, and closed it with an empty-netter as the Raiders downed the Chiefs. Conroy added an assist for a three-point night, and Shane Danyluk scored the other two goals for Prince Albert (28-28-4). Collin Valcourt chipped in with two assists. Keanu Yamamoto scored for Spokane (34-21-5), who snapped a two-game winning streak. Cole Cheveldave stopped 36 shots for his 21st win of the season. Chiefs goalie Eric Williams took the loss after making 23 saves. cheap jerseys cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys Ray Ban Outlet Michael Kors Outlet Michael Kors Sale Cheap Michael Kors ' ' ' 
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UNIONDALE, N. nike air max 90 damen schweiz .Y. -- The New York Islanders and Pittsburgh Penguins invariably play entertaining games at Nassau Coliseum. Just as predictable is the visiting team emerging with a victory. Rookie defenceman Olli Maatta scored the go-ahead goal early in the second period and Evgeni Malkin added an insurance score in the third as the Penguins rallied from an early deficit and held on for a wild 6-4 win over the Islanders on Thursday night. The Islanders had a 5-on-3 power play for 50 seconds late in the third, but couldnt score against backup Jeff Zatkoff, who made 30 saves for the Eastern Conference-leading Penguins (36-13-2). Pittsburgh improved to 17-5 against Metropolitan Division opponents. Zatkoff (8-2-1) stopped Frans Nielsen point-blank during the power-play and denied John Tavares, second in the league in scoring to Pittsburghs Sidney Crosby, with a shoulder save in the closing seconds. "Jeff hung in there and was strong when he had to be," Penguins coach Dan Bylsma said of his goaltender. "He made that huge late save and showed fortitude -- as we all did -- to stay with it tonight." Brandon Sutter scored an empty-net goal for the Penguins, who trailed 2-0 early and also got goals from Crosby, Chris Kunitz and Kris Letang. Michael Grabner, Brock Nelson, Josh Bailey and Kyle Okposo had goals for the Islanders. Maatta scored his fifth of the season at 5:35 of the middle period to give the Penguins a 3-2 lead when the 19-year-old Finnish defenceman skated through the Islanders defence before sliding a backhand past Kevin Poulin. Letang scored at 17:44 after the Penguins league-best power-play unit kept the puck in the Islanders zone for nearly an entire man advantage. After hitting the post, Letang blasted the puck past Poulin for this 10th goal of the season to give Pittsburgh a two-goal cushion. Bailey pulled the Islanders within a goal at 4-3 at 3:10 of the third when he beat Zatkoff on a breakaway. The goal came after Matt Martin of the Islanders fought Pittsburghs Tanner Glass. But Malkin slapped a perfect cross-ice pass from James Neal past Poulin at 5:59 for this 14th goal. Malkin has points in 24 of 27 games since Nov. 1, with 11 goals and 30 assists during the stretch. "The emotion was there for both teams tonight as it always seems to be when we play the Islanders," Crosby said. "We found a way to stay strong and make key plays at the right times." Okposo received credit for a goal at 10:55 of the third to make it 5-4 after the puck crossed the goal line in a scrum in front of Zatkoff. The play was reviewed and the goal awarded, the 21st for Okposo. Sutter scored an empty-net goal for the Penguins at 19:56 to conclude the scoring. The Islanders surprised the Penguins with two quick first-period goals before the visitors answered with a pair of their own in the latter half of the period. Grabner whipped a loose puck past Zatkoff at 1:39. Then, Grabner set up Nelson at 8:21 to make it 2-0. Kunitz answered for the Penguins at 9:32 with a slap shot from the top of left circle past Poulin. Crosby and Maatta assisted on the 25th goal of the season for Kunitz, who will join Crosby on Team Canada at the Winter Games in Sochi next month. Then, Crosby tied it at 11:24 with his 27th goal of the season when he jammed a rebound past Poulin. "They play an aggressive style and they create opportunities," added Crosby, who also had two assists and leads the league with 72 points. "We were able to create some of our own and hold them off when we had to." The Penguins entered 26-2-1 when scoring first and 9-11-1 when they didnt. This time, they found a way to recover and overcome the Islanders (21-25-7). New York has been on a torrid streak that pulled them from a 9-19-7 record after a shootout loss to Tampa Bay on Dec. 17 within five points of a playoff spot before meeting the Penguins. The Islanders lost for just the fourth time in 14 games. "Again, it was about our battle level or the lack of it," Islanders coach Jack Capuano said. "We have to defend harder. You cant give a team with as much firepower as the Penguins all that time and space. We got away from how we have to play for about 10 minutes and it cost us." The three previous Islanders-Penguins games this season were decided by one goal. The teams split two games in Pittsburgh before Crosby capped a Penguins comeback with an overtime goal at the Coliseum on Dec. 3. Pittsburgh is 7-1-1 over its last nine and 15-3-1 in its last 19 contests. The Penguins have also won seven of their last eight regular-season games against the Islanders at Nassau Coliseum. The Penguins defeated the Islanders in a six-game first-round playoff series last May. NOTES: Crosby has 25 goals and 58 assists in 45 regular-season games against the Islanders, including 11 goals and 24 assists in 21 games at Nassau Coliseum. ... The Penguins are 11-1 in their last 12 division games. The only loss was a 2-1 setback against the Devils in Newark on Dec. 31. The Penguins are 13-4-2 in their last 19 games at Nassau Coliseum. ... The Islanders continued to be without D Travis Hamonic (upper body). Nike Air Max 90 Damen Sale . Only three players drafted by NHL clubs were included on the Czech selection camp roster on Wednesday. Those players were Dallas Stars 2012 first-rounder Radek Faksa, Winnipeg Jets 2013 fourth-rounder Jan Kostalek and Phoenix Coyotes 2012 seventh-rounder Marek Langhamer. Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse Schweiz . -- Kyrie Irvings last-minute 3-pointer helped seal another victory for Cleveland -- and the Cavaliers longest winning streak since LeBron James left. http://www.airmax90verkaufch.com/ . 10 Texas Rangers jersey for one last time. Young formally announced his retirement Friday after returning to Rangers Ballpark, his baseball home for all but the last of his 13 major league seasons.Pavel Padakin scored twice, including a short-handed goal into an empty net, and added an assist as the Calgary Hitmen overcame the Moose Jaw Warriors 6-4 on Wednesday for their eighth straight win in Western Hockey League action. Jane Virtanen scored two, and Alex Roach and Elliott Peterson rounded out the offence for the Hitmen (40-15-6). Brady Brassart chipped in with three assists. Colton McCarthy scored twice, Brayden Point had a goal and two assists, and Jack Rodewald also scored for the Warriors (15-35-9), who were 2 for 5 on the power play. Calgarys Mack Shields stopped 31 shots while his Moose Jaw counterparts Justin Paulin and Zach Sawchenko combined for 22 saves. Paulic gave up four goals on 24 shots and Sawchenko stopped 12 of 13. --- ROYALS 5 WHEAT KINGS 3 BRANDON, Man. -- Steven Hodges scored a goal and added two assists to lift Victoria over Brandon. Logan Nelson had a goal and an assist, and Keegan Kanzig, Tyler Soy and Austin Carroll also scored for the Royals (42-16-4), who outshot their opponent 49-26. Ryan Pulock and Tyler Coulter had a goal and an assist for the Wheat Kings (28-25-8), while Rihards Bukarts scored the other Brandon goal. Victorias Patrik Polivka stopped 23 shots for the victory. Brandons Curtis Honey stopped 44 shots in defeat. --- PATS 4 BLADES 2 SASKATOON -- Morgan Klimchuk scored three times, including a short-handed goal to open the scoring in the second period, as Regina edged Saskatoon. Logan McVeigh scored the other goal for the East division-leading Pats (32-22-6) and Dmitry Sinitsyn had two assists. Chase Clayton and Ayrton Nikkel scored for the Blades (16-40-5), who were outshot 44-28. Dawson MacAuley stopped 26 shots to take the victory for Regina. Blades goalie Troy Trombley made 40 saves in the losing effort. --- ICE 5 TIGERS 2 KOOTENAY, B.C. -- Sam Reinhart scored a goal and helped on three more to lead Kootenay over Medicine Hat. Tim Bozon and Jaedon Deschen had a goal and two assists apiece, Zach Franko had one goal and one assist, and Luke Philp also scored for the Ice (33-22-4). Chade Labelle and Jacob Doty scored for the Tigers (36-20-3), who outshot Kootenay 42-28. Blake Penner had two assists. Mackenzie Skapski stopped 40 shots for the victory while Medicine Hats Marek Langhamer made 23 saves. --- GIANTS 5 HURRICANES 2 LETHBRIDGE, Alta. nike air max 90 herren günstig. -- Jared Rathjen made 27 saves and Vancouver got goals from five different skaters en route to their victory over Lethbridge. Cain Franson had a goal and an assist, and Alec Baer, Travis McEvoy, Joel Hamilton and Carter Popoff also scored for the Giants (28-23-10). Jackson Houck chipped in with three assists. Giorgio Estephan and Carter Folk replied for the Hurricanes (12-44-5), who have dropped three straight. Teagan Sacher stopped 43 of 48 shots in defeat. --- OIL KINGS 4 REBELS 1 RED DEER, Alta. -- Edmonton pummelled Red Deer with 54 shots while holding its opponent to just 15 en route to victory in the Central division matchup. Henrik Samuelsson had a power-play goal and Brandon Ralph, Edgars Kulda and Curtis Lazar also scored for the Oil Kings (41-14-2). Tristan Jarry made 14 saves. Adam Musil had the lone goal for the Rebels (28-28-4), and Patrik Bartosak made 45 saves before being replaced by Taz Burman after 51:11. Burman stopped all five shots he faced in relief. Edmonton was 1 for 7 on the power play as Red Deer racked up 46 penalty minutes on 13 infractions. The Oil Kings took 10 penalties totalling 48 minutes, but the Rebels were scoreless in three chances with the man advantage. --- ROCKETS 5 AMERICANS 1 KELOWNA, B.C. -- Tyler Gouldbourne and Cole Linaker each had a goal and an assist, and Kelowna outshot Tri-City 51-16 en route to victory. Mitchell Wheaton, Nick Merkley and Myles Bell also scored for the B.C. division-leading Rockets (47-8-4), who have won four in a row. Rodney Southam had the lone goal for the Americans (27-27-6) at 18:42 of the third period to spoil Jordan Cookes shutout bid. Cooke made 15 saves, while Tri-Citys Evan Sarthou stopped 46 shots in the losing effort. --- RAIDERS 4 CHIEFS 1 SPOKANE, Wash. -- Dakota Conroy opened the scoring with a power-play goal, and closed it with an empty-netter as the Raiders downed the Chiefs. Conroy added an assist for a three-point night, and Shane Danyluk scored the other two goals for Prince Albert (28-28-4). Collin Valcourt chipped in with two assists. Keanu Yamamoto scored for Spokane (34-21-5), who snapped a two-game winning streak. Cole Cheveldave stopped 36 shots for his 21st win of the season. Chiefs goalie Eric Williams took the loss after making 23 saves. cheap jerseys cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys Ray Ban Outlet Michael Kors Outlet Michael Kors Sale Cheap Michael Kors ' ' ' 
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UNIONDALE, N. nike air max 90 damen schweiz .Y. -- The New York Islanders and Pittsburgh Penguins invariably play entertaining games at Nassau Coliseum. Just as predictable is the visiting team emerging with a victory. Rookie defenceman Olli Maatta scored the go-ahead goal early in the second period and Evgeni Malkin added an insurance score in the third as the Penguins rallied from an early deficit and held on for a wild 6-4 win over the Islanders on Thursday night. The Islanders had a 5-on-3 power play for 50 seconds late in the third, but couldnt score against backup Jeff Zatkoff, who made 30 saves for the Eastern Conference-leading Penguins (36-13-2). Pittsburgh improved to 17-5 against Metropolitan Division opponents. Zatkoff (8-2-1) stopped Frans Nielsen point-blank during the power-play and denied John Tavares, second in the league in scoring to Pittsburghs Sidney Crosby, with a shoulder save in the closing seconds. "Jeff hung in there and was strong when he had to be," Penguins coach Dan Bylsma said of his goaltender. "He made that huge late save and showed fortitude -- as we all did -- to stay with it tonight." Brandon Sutter scored an empty-net goal for the Penguins, who trailed 2-0 early and also got goals from Crosby, Chris Kunitz and Kris Letang. Michael Grabner, Brock Nelson, Josh Bailey and Kyle Okposo had goals for the Islanders. Maatta scored his fifth of the season at 5:35 of the middle period to give the Penguins a 3-2 lead when the 19-year-old Finnish defenceman skated through the Islanders defence before sliding a backhand past Kevin Poulin. Letang scored at 17:44 after the Penguins league-best power-play unit kept the puck in the Islanders zone for nearly an entire man advantage. After hitting the post, Letang blasted the puck past Poulin for this 10th goal of the season to give Pittsburgh a two-goal cushion. Bailey pulled the Islanders within a goal at 4-3 at 3:10 of the third when he beat Zatkoff on a breakaway. The goal came after Matt Martin of the Islanders fought Pittsburghs Tanner Glass. But Malkin slapped a perfect cross-ice pass from James Neal past Poulin at 5:59 for this 14th goal. Malkin has points in 24 of 27 games since Nov. 1, with 11 goals and 30 assists during the stretch. "The emotion was there for both teams tonight as it always seems to be when we play the Islanders," Crosby said. "We found a way to stay strong and make key plays at the right times." Okposo received credit for a goal at 10:55 of the third to make it 5-4 after the puck crossed the goal line in a scrum in front of Zatkoff. The play was reviewed and the goal awarded, the 21st for Okposo. Sutter scored an empty-net goal for the Penguins at 19:56 to conclude the scoring. The Islanders surprised the Penguins with two quick first-period goals before the visitors answered with a pair of their own in the latter half of the period. Grabner whipped a loose puck past Zatkoff at 1:39. Then, Grabner set up Nelson at 8:21 to make it 2-0. Kunitz answered for the Penguins at 9:32 with a slap shot from the top of left circle past Poulin. Crosby and Maatta assisted on the 25th goal of the season for Kunitz, who will join Crosby on Team Canada at the Winter Games in Sochi next month. Then, Crosby tied it at 11:24 with his 27th goal of the season when he jammed a rebound past Poulin. "They play an aggressive style and they create opportunities," added Crosby, who also had two assists and leads the league with 72 points. "We were able to create some of our own and hold them off when we had to." The Penguins entered 26-2-1 when scoring first and 9-11-1 when they didnt. This time, they found a way to recover and overcome the Islanders (21-25-7). New York has been on a torrid streak that pulled them from a 9-19-7 record after a shootout loss to Tampa Bay on Dec. 17 within five points of a playoff spot before meeting the Penguins. The Islanders lost for just the fourth time in 14 games. "Again, it was about our battle level or the lack of it," Islanders coach Jack Capuano said. "We have to defend harder. You cant give a team with as much firepower as the Penguins all that time and space. We got away from how we have to play for about 10 minutes and it cost us." The three previous Islanders-Penguins games this season were decided by one goal. The teams split two games in Pittsburgh before Crosby capped a Penguins comeback with an overtime goal at the Coliseum on Dec. 3. Pittsburgh is 7-1-1 over its last nine and 15-3-1 in its last 19 contests. The Penguins have also won seven of their last eight regular-season games against the Islanders at Nassau Coliseum. The Penguins defeated the Islanders in a six-game first-round playoff series last May. NOTES: Crosby has 25 goals and 58 assists in 45 regular-season games against the Islanders, including 11 goals and 24 assists in 21 games at Nassau Coliseum. ... The Penguins are 11-1 in their last 12 division games. The only loss was a 2-1 setback against the Devils in Newark on Dec. 31. The Penguins are 13-4-2 in their last 19 games at Nassau Coliseum. ... The Islanders continued to be without D Travis Hamonic (upper body). Nike Air Max 90 Damen Sale . Only three players drafted by NHL clubs were included on the Czech selection camp roster on Wednesday. Those players were Dallas Stars 2012 first-rounder Radek Faksa, Winnipeg Jets 2013 fourth-rounder Jan Kostalek and Phoenix Coyotes 2012 seventh-rounder Marek Langhamer. Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse Schweiz . -- Kyrie Irvings last-minute 3-pointer helped seal another victory for Cleveland -- and the Cavaliers longest winning streak since LeBron James left. http://www.airmax90verkaufch.com/ . 10 Texas Rangers jersey for one last time. Young formally announced his retirement Friday after returning to Rangers Ballpark, his baseball home for all but the last of his 13 major league seasons.Pavel Padakin scored twice, including a short-handed goal into an empty net, and added an assist as the Calgary Hitmen overcame the Moose Jaw Warriors 6-4 on Wednesday for their eighth straight win in Western Hockey League action. Jane Virtanen scored two, and Alex Roach and Elliott Peterson rounded out the offence for the Hitmen (40-15-6). Brady Brassart chipped in with three assists. Colton McCarthy scored twice, Brayden Point had a goal and two assists, and Jack Rodewald also scored for the Warriors (15-35-9), who were 2 for 5 on the power play. Calgarys Mack Shields stopped 31 shots while his Moose Jaw counterparts Justin Paulin and Zach Sawchenko combined for 22 saves. Paulic gave up four goals on 24 shots and Sawchenko stopped 12 of 13. --- ROYALS 5 WHEAT KINGS 3 BRANDON, Man. -- Steven Hodges scored a goal and added two assists to lift Victoria over Brandon. Logan Nelson had a goal and an assist, and Keegan Kanzig, Tyler Soy and Austin Carroll also scored for the Royals (42-16-4), who outshot their opponent 49-26. Ryan Pulock and Tyler Coulter had a goal and an assist for the Wheat Kings (28-25-8), while Rihards Bukarts scored the other Brandon goal. Victorias Patrik Polivka stopped 23 shots for the victory. Brandons Curtis Honey stopped 44 shots in defeat. --- PATS 4 BLADES 2 SASKATOON -- Morgan Klimchuk scored three times, including a short-handed goal to open the scoring in the second period, as Regina edged Saskatoon. Logan McVeigh scored the other goal for the East division-leading Pats (32-22-6) and Dmitry Sinitsyn had two assists. Chase Clayton and Ayrton Nikkel scored for the Blades (16-40-5), who were outshot 44-28. Dawson MacAuley stopped 26 shots to take the victory for Regina. Blades goalie Troy Trombley made 40 saves in the losing effort. --- ICE 5 TIGERS 2 KOOTENAY, B.C. -- Sam Reinhart scored a goal and helped on three more to lead Kootenay over Medicine Hat. Tim Bozon and Jaedon Deschen had a goal and two assists apiece, Zach Franko had one goal and one assist, and Luke Philp also scored for the Ice (33-22-4). Chade Labelle and Jacob Doty scored for the Tigers (36-20-3), who outshot Kootenay 42-28. Blake Penner had two assists. Mackenzie Skapski stopped 40 shots for the victory while Medicine Hats Marek Langhamer made 23 saves. --- GIANTS 5 HURRICANES 2 LETHBRIDGE, Alta. nike air max 90 herren günstig. -- Jared Rathjen made 27 saves and Vancouver got goals from five different skaters en route to their victory over Lethbridge. Cain Franson had a goal and an assist, and Alec Baer, Travis McEvoy, Joel Hamilton and Carter Popoff also scored for the Giants (28-23-10). Jackson Houck chipped in with three assists. Giorgio Estephan and Carter Folk replied for the Hurricanes (12-44-5), who have dropped three straight. Teagan Sacher stopped 43 of 48 shots in defeat. --- OIL KINGS 4 REBELS 1 RED DEER, Alta. -- Edmonton pummelled Red Deer with 54 shots while holding its opponent to just 15 en route to victory in the Central division matchup. Henrik Samuelsson had a power-play goal and Brandon Ralph, Edgars Kulda and Curtis Lazar also scored for the Oil Kings (41-14-2). Tristan Jarry made 14 saves. Adam Musil had the lone goal for the Rebels (28-28-4), and Patrik Bartosak made 45 saves before being replaced by Taz Burman after 51:11. Burman stopped all five shots he faced in relief. Edmonton was 1 for 7 on the power play as Red Deer racked up 46 penalty minutes on 13 infractions. The Oil Kings took 10 penalties totalling 48 minutes, but the Rebels were scoreless in three chances with the man advantage. --- ROCKETS 5 AMERICANS 1 KELOWNA, B.C. -- Tyler Gouldbourne and Cole Linaker each had a goal and an assist, and Kelowna outshot Tri-City 51-16 en route to victory. Mitchell Wheaton, Nick Merkley and Myles Bell also scored for the B.C. division-leading Rockets (47-8-4), who have won four in a row. Rodney Southam had the lone goal for the Americans (27-27-6) at 18:42 of the third period to spoil Jordan Cookes shutout bid. 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ATLANTA -- The Braves found the solution for their September slump - Phillies rookie Tyler Cloyd. Vladimir Konstantinov Red Wings Jersey . Jason Heywards leadoff home run sparked a five-run first inning and the Braves shook off what has been a chilly September at the plate with a 7-1 win over the Phillies on Thursday night. "It is good to get hits," said Heyward, who had a career-high five, including three doubles. "Good to get on base and get the game going early. We are still playing for something." The win pulled the Braves even with the idle Cardinals at 94-65 for the best record in the National League with three games to play. The Braves won the season-series against the Cardinals and would win the NLs No. 1 seed if the teams finish tied. "It is a big spot," Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez said. "Well try to win tomorrow and keep guys healthy at the same time." Braves catcher Bryan McCann left the game in the second inning with an adductor strain. After the game, Gonzalez said he thinks McCann will be OK and wanted to avoid having something small get worse. After scoring just three runs in a three-game series loss to the Brewers, the Braves entered Thursday averaging 3.3 runs per game in September. They surpassed that in just six batters against the Phillies when Chris Johnson doubled home Evan Gattis to give the Braves a 4-0 lead in the first. Braves rookie David Hale (1-0) picked up his first win in his second career start, going six innings while giving up one run and striking out five. The right-hander allowed six base runners in the first three innings, but settled down after that and cruised to the win. In two starts since getting called up from Triple-A, Hale has given up one run in 11 innings. "It is amazing, especially to (get my first win) at home," said Hale, who grew up in nearby Marietta. "I was a little more relaxed, but still nervous. I just kept the ball down and it turned out all right." Cloyd (2-7) had been struggling, surrendering 17 runs in 13 innings in his previous three September starts, and the right-hander did not see a turnaround against the Braves. He gave up seven runs on eight hits and did not retire any of the first four batters in the second inning before being pulled. "It was just bad. I wasnt executing any pitches and they were hitting the ball hard," Cloyd said. "I wouldnt say nothing was working, but everything was where they could hit it." The decisive first began with Heywards home run on Cloyds first pitch of the night. Elliot Johnson followed with a single, and Freddie Freeman doubled him home. Gattis then hit an RBI single, and scored on Chris Johnsons double. Jordan Schafer brought in the final run of the frame with an RBI single. Gattis ended Cloyds night with a two-run double in the second that scored Heyward and Elliot Johnson. 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The Atkins Diet Seems To Never Go Away

Fad diets come and go, but The Atkins Diet, a high-protein, low-carbohydrate weight-loss plan, seems never to go away, no matter how many medical professionals denounce it.

"Low-carb diets have been linked to increased frequency of colon cancer, formation of Marspc.exe kidney stones, kidney disease, and even osteoporosis," says Neal Barnard, MD, president of the Physicians Commission for Responsible Medicine, a nonprofit research group based in Washington. "The weight loss you see in low-carb diets isn't all that much better than what you see in studies of low-fat, vegetarian diets."

A Pretty Evil Weight Loss Diet

Putting it more bluntly is Kiku Collins-Trentylon, a sports trainer in New York City, who says it's "a pretty evil diet. We all want to sit on our couches, eat nonstop, and have perfect, sculpted bodies. Unfortunately, it doesn't work that way."

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Big, Fat, High Protein Controversy

In the summer of 2002, however, both Time magazine and The Sunday New York Times Magazine have published much-talked-about stories that say Atkins may not be as bad for heart Colors speak!! health as previously believed. These stories were sparked in part by a recent study from researchers at Duke University showing most people who ate a high-protein, low-carb diet for six months lost 20 pounds.

That much was expected. What wasn't expected was that the researchers didn't see strong evidence of the The Different HID Conversion Kits diet causing any health problems. In fact, both LDL "bad" cholesterol and HDL "good" cholesterol improved.

Low Carb Diet Can Produce Significant Weight Loss

The Duke study shows part of why the diet is so popular, it can produce significant weight loss. It also produces it without a lot of annoying calorie counting and the irritability associated with diets.

Known for Easy Weight Loss

"You're not as hungry as How Infrared Lamps Are Transforming the Process Heating Industry with other diets, and that is a really good thing," says Jenny Anderson, an Internet consultant from Mamaroneck, N.Y., who is on the diet. "That makes it easier to stay on it. So does seeing results fairly quickly. One bad thing is that it forbids caffeine, and I had a lot of bad headaches from coffee withdrawal."

Another drawback to the low-carb diet is its severely limited menu options.

"At first, eggs and bacon in butter for breakfast every day is fun, but day after day of only meat and fat at every meal can get tiresome," says Anderson.

So therein lies the controversy. On one hand you have lots of LSD: The History of Lysergic Acid Diethylamide stories of significant weight loss on a relatively user-friendly diet. On the other, you have dietitians and nutritionists who maintain that the weight loss produced is short-term and can threaten a person's overall health, despite the fact that the weight loss itself may have the beneficial effect of Garage Door - Five Benefits to Think About lowering cholesterol.

Who is right? Maybe both sides. It provides weight loss at a very high cost to overall health, or at least that has been the prevailing medical opinion.

Low Carbohydrate Diet May Not Be As Bad As We Thought

"There have been reports in the medical literature that say that this low-carb diet may not be as bad as we thought," says Susan Barr, registered dietitian in New York City. "That makes people interested again in this diet, but until there is more research on what stresses the diet places on the body, there is no way to know what it might be doing besides providing short-term weight loss.

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