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Jim Slater had a season high 14:54 in ice time
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UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- Sidney Crosby went through a cluster of New York Islanders like they werent even there. With the puck on his stick in overtime, all he saw was the net. And then he hit it. Crosby, who scored the tying goal in the third period, netted the winner with a brilliant individual effort 3:44 into overtime as the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the New York Islanders 3-2 on Tuesday night. He stole the puck from Thomas Vanek just outside the New York blue line, streaked down the middle between two defenceman and jammed a backhander past Anders Nilsson for his 15th goal. "The puck just came to me, and I found a way," Crosby said. "I had some time to wind up and get some speed. It was a good situation. "I didnt notice how many guys were hanging on me. I just went for the net." Simple enough for Sid the Kid, who had made it 2-all with 12:00 left in regulation by firing in a one-timer from the right circle off a pass from Evgeni Malkin. Nilsson was the hard-luck loser in overtime for the second straight game. New York, which has dropped seven straight (0-5-2), gave up the lead late to Washington on Saturday and was beaten in overtime on a goal by Alex Ovechkin. "Every goal you let in is frustrating," said Nilsson, who made 31 saves in his seventh NHL game. "I thought I should have had the winner from Ovi and I should have the winner tonight." Malkin assisted on power-play goals by James Neal and Crosby to back Marc-Andre Fleury, who made 21 saves. His best stop came on Frans Nielsens penalty shot in the third when New York led 2-1. If a standard penalty was called instead of a penalty shot, it would have wiped out the rest of the Penguins power play that produced the tying goal. "That definitely might have changed things," Crosby said. Kyle Okposo scored twice in the first period for the Islanders, who are third from the bottom in the East. Despite the gap in the standings, the Islanders play the Penguins much tighter on the ice. The teams have split two games in Pittsburgh this season, following the Penguins six-game, first-round playoff triumph over New York last spring. "The rivalry is real," Fleury said. "They play us close and really make us work. They are a good team against us just about every time we play them." The Penguins (19-9-1) moved one point ahead of idle Boston atop the Eastern Conference with their fourth straight win, and completed a 3-0 road trip. Pittsburghs potent power play, ranked No. 1 in the NHL, got the Penguins back in the game. Neal connected in the final seconds of the second period, and Crosby tied it in the third. Nilsson held off the Penguins long enough for New York to salvage a point in the standings. John Tavares assisted on both of Okposos goals. "I thought we played very well," Islanders coach Jack Capuano said. "We really needed that third one and didnt get it. Its very hard for us to win with two goals. "It came down to special teams again. My frustration is the same as what the players are feeling because weve all been there." Okposo hadnt scored in eight games but he broke out with two during a 4:35 span of the first and nearly netted a third before the intermission. He backhanded a shot from the bottom of the left circle into the crease. The puck and Tavares, along with Crosby and Kris Letang of the Penguins all arrived on Fleurys doorstep at the same time. It found its way in off of Letang to make it 1-0 with 7:05 left. Okposo got even more help on his second goal, which was his eighth of the season. He wound up from above the right circle and ripped a drive that struck Fleury and then squeezed under his left arm before trickling behind him with 2:30 to go. Pittsburgh had a chance to cut into its deficit late in the frame when Vanek and Aaron Ness took penalties 1:17 apart, giving the Penguins a two-man advantage that lasted the final 37.3 seconds of the first period and 5 seconds of the second. What Pittsburgh couldnt do in the first, it did in the second when Neal notched a power-play goal with 15.6 seconds left off a feed in front from Malkin, who extended his point and assist streaks to nine games. He has 15 assists and 19 points during the run, earning star of the week and month honours in the NHL. Neal scored his ninth goal of the season and seventh in six games to make it 2-1. He has 17 points (9 goals, 8 assists) in the last 13 games. NOTES: Malkin had league-best 25 points and 21 assists in November, the most assists in a month since Wayne Gretzky also had 21 in January 1996. ... The Islanders hadnt scored first in seven games and hadnt held a two-goal lead since a 3-2 loss to Los Angeles on Nov. 14.
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. Miller finished in two minutes, 6.09 seconds, one day before the first medal race on the Alpine schedule. The 36-year-old American also turned in the top time in Thursdays opening training session.
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. Jarome Iginla and Zdeno Chara each had two goals, Tuukka Rask made 25 saves and the Bruins beat the Philadelphia Flyers 6-1 Saturday.Colorado Avalanche 3 Winnipeg Jets 2 OT (Jets 30-28-7, Road 15-15-3) – It was the third time in four games this season the Jets and Avs needed extra time to decide a game. It was also the Jets fourth game in the last seven to go to overtime. The Jets sit four points behind Dallas for the final playoff spot. The Stars have two games in hand with a home and home series remaining on the schedule. It was the Jets 37th one-goal game of the season. The Jets have now gone four straight games without a win. The Jets now return home for three – Wednesday Vancouver (TSN, TSN 1290), New York Rangers Friday (TSN Jets, TSN 1290) and Sunday against the Stars (TSN Jets, TSN 1290). The story of the first period and the game for that matter, was the Jets penalty kill. The Jets were nailed with four minors in the first and killed them all. Al Montoya was solid in nets and the Jets penalty killers were aggressive, strong on pucks and used their speed to keep Colorado from getting set up. On the other side of the leger, Jim Slater on a breakaway drew a penalty shot only to be stopped by Semyon Varlamov. Shots in the first were 11-9 Colorado. Colorado opened the scoring at the 4:38 mark of the second as a John Mitchell pass intended for Nathan MacKinnon went off the stick of Zach Bogosian and in. The goal was initially given to MacKinnon but later changed. It stayed that way until a flurry of goals late in the period. Dustin Byfuglien on the only power play the Jets would get in the game, tied the score at one. It was his 15th of the year and sixth power play goal of the year.? He was in front of the Avs net and put home a rebound. The Jets have scored 32 power play goals. Byfuglien has been in on 22 of them. Blake Wheeler and Bryan Little drew assists, both recording their 51st points of the year. One minute, 48 seconds later Byfuglien would bank one in off Varlamov, his 16th of the year, to give the Jets the lead. Michael Frolik and Little drew assists, and with his 52nd point of the year Little sets a new single season high for points. He also moves a point ahead of Wheeler for the team scoring lead. Byfuglien has now scored the teams last three goals and has back-to-back two point games. It appeared as though the Jets would take the one goal lead into the dressing room, but with 12 seconds left in the period Andre Benoit scored off a face-off win by Mitchelll to tie the game.dddddddddddd Shots in the second were 15-12 Jets. No scoring in the third, but the Jets killed off two more penalties, ending the night six-for-six, allowing only a total of seven shots against while down a man. Going back to the game in Montreal, the Jets are now on a road run of killing 30 straight penalties.? Their road PK is number one in the NHL. Shots in the third were 10-9 Jets. Just like in regulation both teams had chances in overtime before Matt Duchene ended it with his 21st of the year at 2:33. With the goal Duchene extends his point streak to a career high eight games. Shots for the game were 35-34 Jets. The Jets created a lot of scoring chances using their speed to attack the Avalanche zone, but in the end the goal late in the second was costly. The Jets lost forward John Albert in the second with an upper body injury. Not dressed for the Jets were Paul Postma, Matt Halischuk, James Wright, Chris Thorburn, Grant Clitsome and Mark Sheifele, the last four because of injury. Bogosian led the Jets in ice time with 27 minutes, Little led the way in shots on goal with seven (a season high and ties a career single game high)? and won 15 of 23 face-offs. Jim Slater had a season high 14:54 in ice time and had five shots on goal. Mark Stuart and Evander Kane each had five hits, while Stuart led the way in penalty killing time at six minutes. It was Andrew Ladds 598th NHL game. For Coach Paul Maurice the special team totals were a bit of a concern, as the Avalanche were given six power plays to the Jets one. “Our penalty kill was outstanding and our power play was 100 percent,” Maurice said. “Three power play goals in two games. As for the rest of it, it was a hard fought game. We had some back luck in front of the net. But not a lot of complaints. We didnt give up a whole lot.” On the play of Byfuglien: “He was outstanding. He rested in the first because we couldnt get him on the ice because of all the penalties, after that he was our best player.” As for interference on the goal late in the second: “That is what I was screaming about.” ?Maurice juggled his lines with Frolik back with Little and Ladd, Slater between Wheeler and Byfuglien. “After the first couple of shifts Jim Slater was really strong, I liked that group,” he said. ' ' '
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