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ST. PAUL, Minn. -- The Anaheim Ducks let the sting of their season-opening loss at Colorado carry into their second game at Minn

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ST. PAUL, Minn. -- The Anaheim Ducks let the sting of their season-opening loss at Colorado carry into their second game at Minnesota. And their improved play led to their first win of the season. Anaheim scored early in the first two periods, Jonas Hiller had 30 saves and Mathieu Perreault had the game-winning goal with 4.9 seconds left in overtime and the Ducks beat the Wild 4-3 on Saturday night. The Ducks needed nearly three full periods to score in their season-opening 6-1 loss to the Avalanche on Wednesday night. But they needed less than two minutes to score against the Wild, and led 2-0 before the game was 6 minutes old. "This is a team that was third overall last year, and they didnt like getting criticized and ridiculed for what happened the last game," Anaheim coach Bruce Boudreau said. "Any headline you read was about how bad we were, so the pride took over a little bit. It was a big factor in the game." Perreaults game-winner came at 4:55 of overtime on a 2-on-1 break with Francois Beauchemin. He dumped the puck to a streaking Beauchemin, who gave it right back to Perreault, and the centre flipped his shot past Niklas Backstrom to give the Ducks their first win of the season. "Nobody in that locker room was happy with the way we lost in the season opener," said Beauchemin, who also assisted on Saku Koivus first-period goal. "We wanted to get back to the way we can play. And even though we didnt play our best game tonight, I thought we came out pretty good." Backstrom finished with 26 saves, and Zach Parise scored two goals for the Wild, who went to overtime for the second straight game, but again failed to pick up a win after opening the season with a shootout loss to the L.A. Kings. Unlike the Ducks, the Wild had felt positive about their season-opening loss -- not so much on Saturday. "Thursday night, we had a real good 55 minutes and couldnt quite finish it off," Keith Ballard said. "Tonight we came out and we werent ready to play. We were down 2-0 to a pretty desperate hockey team and a pretty skilled hockey team. After that we played a solid game, but you have to clean this up before these things get out of hand." The Wild again looked good on offence, outshooting Anaheim 33-30, including a 17-8 advantage in the second period. But similar to their loss to the Kings, their shots had a hard time finding the back of the net. The Ducks took a 1-0 lead when Koivu redirected a pass from Beauchemin past Backstrom at the 1:40 mark. Four minutes later, Nick Bonino added a power-play goal after picking up Corey Perrys rebound wide open in front of the net to make it 2-0. Minnesota cut Anaheims lead to 2-1 at 11:52 when Parise scored his first goal of the season on a backhand pass from Mikko Koivu on the power play. The Ducks struck again quickly in the second when Jakob Silfverberg scored his second goal of the season on a nice pass from Perreault behind the netST. PAUL, Minn. -- The Anaheim Ducks let the sting of their season-opening loss at Colorado carry into their second game at Minnesota. And their improved play led to their first win of the season. Anaheim scored early in the first two periods, Jonas Hiller had 30 saves and Mathieu Perreault had the game-winning goal with 4.9 seconds left in overtime and the Ducks beat the Wild 4-3 on Saturday night. The Ducks needed nearly three full periods to score in their season-opening 6-1 loss to the Avalanche on Wednesday night. But they needed less than two minutes to score against the Wild, and led 2-0 before the game was 6 minutes old. "This is a team that was third overall last year, and they didnt like getting criticized and ridiculed for what happened the last game," Anaheim coach Bruce Boudreau said. "Any headline you read was about how bad we were, so the pride took over a little bit. It was a big factor in the game." Perreaults game-winner came at 4:55 of overtime on a 2-on-1 break with Francois Beauchemin. He dumped the puck to a streaking Beauchemin, who gave it right back to Perreault, and the centre flipped his shot past Niklas Backstrom to give the Ducks their first win of the season. "Nobody in that locker room was happy with the way we lost in the season opener," said Beauchemin, who also assisted on Saku Koivus first-period goal. "We wanted to get back to the way we can play. And even though we didnt play our best game tonight, I thought we came out pretty good." Backstrom finished with 26 saves, and Zach Parise scored two goals for the Wild, who went to overtime for the second straight game, but again failed to pick up a win after opening the season with a shootout loss to the L.A. Kings. Unlike the Ducks, the Wild had felt positive about their season-opening loss -- not so much on Saturday. "Thursday night, we had a real good 55 minutes and couldnt quite finish it off," Keith Ballard said. "Tonight we came out and we werent ready to play. We were down 2-0 to a pretty desperate hockey team and a pretty skilled hockey team. After that we played a solid game, but you have to clean this up before these things get out of hand." The Wild again looked good on offence, outshooting Anaheim 33-30, including a 17-8 advantage in the second period. But similar to their loss to the Kings, their shots had a hard time finding the back of the net. The Ducks took a 1-0 lead when Koivu redirected a pass from Beauchemin past Backstrom at the 1:40 mark. Four minutes later, Nick Bonino added a power-play goal after picking up Corey Perrys rebound wide open in front of the net to make it 2-0. Minnesota cut Anaheims lead to 2-1 at 11:52 when Parise scored his first goal of the season on a backhand pass from Mikko Koivu on the power play. The Ducks struck again quickly in the second when Jakob Silfverberg scored his second goal of the season on a nice pass from Perreault behind the net. Despite outworking Anaheim in the second, the Wild found themselves trailing by one heading into the final period. Jason Pominvilles slap shot from just above the right circle on the power play at 8:28 of the second made it 3-2. Parises second goal tied it at three 1:15 into the third period after Ballard intercepted a pass at the blue line and found him in front of the net. Parise initially missed on a tip, but he put back his own rebound. "Good to battle back and get a point, but yeah, were not real happy with this one," Wild coach Mike Yeo said. Notes: The Ducks have beaten the Wild five consecutive times. ... Wild C Charlie Coyle left in the middle of the second period with a lower-body injury and did not return. "I dont think its greatly serious, but I also think itd be a stretch to see him in the lineup next week," Yeo said. ... Anaheim has four consecutive one-goal victories in St. Paul. ... Wild D Matt Dumba, 19, made his NHL debut. ... The Ducks will complete their season-opening, three-game road trip on Sunday in Winnipeg. Minnesota will next travel to Nashville to face the Predators on Tuesday. Cornelius Lucas Rams Jersey . -- Keith Aulie has joined the Tampa Bay Lightning. Custom Los Angeles Rams Jerseys . Pospisil, whose season-ending goal is to improve his ATP Tour ranking enough to qualify for one of the 32 seedings at Januarys Australian Open, dominated Karlovic in 59 minutes. The world No. 40 never faced a break point and limited the big mans threatening ace count to a mere eight, while striking five key aces of his own. http://www.authenticramsfansclub.com/Bla...s-Lucas-Jersey/. On the day the club activated Casey Janssen from the 15-day disabled list, his return from a strained oblique that cost him the first six weeks of the regular season, it announced Sergio Santos would be placed on the disabled list on Monday with discomfort in his right forearm. Ramik Wilson Jersey Ndamukong Suh Rams Jersey . The above paragraph could be rewritten, verbatim, with Marcus Stromans name in place of Romeros. After both men had disastrous outings in Tuesdays 18-4 mauling at the hands of the Tigers, its clear that neither is the best option to begin the season in Toronto.Atlanta, GA (SportsNetwork.com) - Snubbed by the College Football Playoff committee, TCU made an emphatic statement against the nations stingiest defense on Wednesday. Trevone Boykin threw two of his three touchdown passes to Josh Doctson and the sixth-ranked Horned Frogs manhandled the No. 9 Ole Miss Rebels 42-3 in the Peach Bowl. TCU (12-1) felt it was worthy of playing for the national title, but fell from third to sixth in the final playoff rankings despite closing its regular season with a 55-3 rout of Iowa State to earn a share of the Big 12 championship. Boykin was 22-of-31 for 187 yards with three interceptions. Wide receiver Kolby Listenbee opened the scoring with a touchdown pass to Aaron Green and added a touchdown reception. Bo Wallace struggled mightily against a stout Horned Frogs defense. Wallace threw three first-half interceptions, one of which resulted in a TCU touchdown, and fumbled once while completing 10-of-23 passes for 109 yards. The Rebels (9-4), who were held to 129 total yards on offense, had their bowl win streak snapped a six games. Ole Miss entered the contest with the nations No. 1 scoring defense, allowing just 13.8 points per game. Things went downhill quickly for the Rebels as Wallace was picked off by Chris Hackett on the games third play from scrimmage. TCU then grabbed an early lead when Boykin threw a backward pass to Listenbee, who fired down the field to Green for a 31-yard touchdown. After an Ole Miss punt, Green capped a 15-play, 78-yard drive with a 115-yard touchdown run.dddddddddddd The Horned Frogs committed turnovers on consecutive drives later in the first quarter, but the Rebels were unable to get a first down and Gary Wunderlich missed a 52-yard field goal attempt wide left. TCU extended its lead to 21-0 four minutes into the second quarter on Doctsons 12-yard TD grab. Later in the second, Wallace was under pressure in the shadow of his own goal line and threw it away to avoid being sacked for a safety. James McFarland made a diving interception in the end zone to make it 28-0. Following the break, Ranthony Texada returned the opening kickoff of the second half 65 yards to the Ole Miss 34-yard line. Listenbee then went up in tight coverage and came down with the ball on 3rd-and-11 for a touchdown. Just 28 seconds later, Boykin hit Doctson for a 27-yard score after a Wallace fumble. Wunderlich made a 27-yard field goal with 7:18 remaining in the fourth quarter to spoil TCUs shutout bid. Game Notes TCU set school records for most points in a bowl game and largest margin of victory (39) ... The Horned Frogs improved to 14-15-1 in bowl games, while the Rebels bowl record dropped to 23-13 ... Doctson set single-season school records with 11 touchdown receptions and 1,018 receiving yards ... TCU has at least one takeaway in 25 straight games, the longest current streak in the nation ... The Horned Frogs posted their second win in seven all-time meetings with the Rebels ... Wallace was sacked five times. Cheap Jerseys Store Jerseys NFL Cheap Cheap NFL Black Jerseys China Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale Jerseys Camo China NFL Jerseys ' ' 'second, the Wild found themselves trailing by one heading into the final period. Jason Pominvilles slap shot from just above the right circle on the power play at 8:28 of the second made it 3-2. Parises second goal tied it at three 1:15 into the third period after Ballard intercepted a pass at the blue line and found him in front of the net. Parise initially missed on a tip, but he put back his own rebound. "Good to battle back and get a point, but yeah, were not real happy with this one," Wild coach Mike Yeo said. Notes: The Ducks have beaten the Wild five consecutive times. ... Wild C Charlie Coyle left in the middle of the second period with a lower-body injury and did not return. "I dont think its greatly serious, but I also think itd be a stretch to see him in the lineup next week," Yeo said. ... Anaheim has four consecutive one-goal victories in St. Paul. ... Wild D Matt Dumba, 19, made his NHL debut. ... The Ducks will complete their season-opening, three-game road trip on Sunday in Winnipeg. Minnesota will next travel to Nashville to face the Predators on Tuesday. Cornelius Lucas Rams Jersey . -- Keith Aulie has joined the Tampa Bay Lightning. Custom Los Angeles Rams Jerseys . Pospisil, whose season-ending goal is to improve his ATP Tour ranking enough to qualify for one of the 32 seedings at Januarys Australian Open, dominated Karlovic in 59 minutes. The world No. 40 never faced a break point and limited the big mans threatening ace count to a mere eight, while striking five key aces of his own. http://www.authenticramsfansclub.com/Bla...s-Lucas-Jersey/. On the day the club activated Casey Janssen from the 15-day disabled list, his return from a strained oblique that cost him the first six weeks of the regular season, it announced Sergio Santos would be placed on the disabled list on Monday with discomfort in his right forearm. Ramik Wilson Jersey Ndamukong Suh Rams Jersey . The above paragraph could be rewritten, verbatim, with Marcus Stromans name in place of Romeros. After both men had disastrous outings in Tuesdays 18-4 mauling at the hands of the Tigers, its clear that neither is the best option to begin the season in Toronto.Atlanta, GA (SportsNetwork.com) - Snubbed by the College Football Playoff committee, TCU made an emphatic statement against the nations stingiest defense on Wednesday. Trevone Boykin threw two of his three touchdown passes to Josh Doctson and the sixth-ranked Horned Frogs manhandled the No. 9 Ole Miss Rebels 42-3 in the Peach Bowl. TCU (12-1) felt it was worthy of playing for the national title, but fell from third to sixth in the final playoff rankings despite closing its regular season with a 55-3 rout of Iowa State to earn a share of the Big 12 championship. Boykin was 22-of-31 for 187 yards with three interceptions. Wide receiver Kolby Listenbee opened the scoring with a touchdown pass to Aaron Green and added a touchdown reception. Bo Wallace struggled mightily against a stout Horned Frogs defense. Wallace threw three first-half interceptions, one of which resulted in a TCU touchdown, and fumbled once while completing 10-of-23 passes for 109 yards. The Rebels (9-4), who were held to 129 total yards on offense, had their bowl win streak snapped a six games. Ole Miss entered the contest with the nations No. 1 scoring defense, allowing just 13.8 points per game. Things went downhill quickly for the Rebels as Wallace was picked off by Chris Hackett on the games third play from scrimmage. TCU then grabbed an early lead when Boykin threw a backward pass to Listenbee, who fired down the field to Green for a 31-yard touchdown. After an Ole Miss punt, Green capped a 15-play, 78-yard drive with a 115-yard touchdown run.dddddddddddd The Horned Frogs committed turnovers on consecutive drives later in the first quarter, but the Rebels were unable to get a first down and Gary Wunderlich missed a 52-yard field goal attempt wide left. TCU extended its lead to 21-0 four minutes into the second quarter on Doctsons 12-yard TD grab. Later in the second, Wallace was under pressure in the shadow of his own goal line and threw it away to avoid being sacked for a safety. James McFarland made a diving interception in the end zone to make it 28-0. Following the break, Ranthony Texada returned the opening kickoff of the second half 65 yards to the Ole Miss 34-yard line. Listenbee then went up in tight coverage and came down with the ball on 3rd-and-11 for a touchdown. Just 28 seconds later, Boykin hit Doctson for a 27-yard score after a Wallace fumble. Wunderlich made a 27-yard field goal with 7:18 remaining in the fourth quarter to spoil TCUs shutout bid. Game Notes TCU set school records for most points in a bowl game and largest margin of victory (39) ... The Horned Frogs improved to 14-15-1 in bowl games, while the Rebels bowl record dropped to 23-13 ... Doctson set single-season school records with 11 touchdown receptions and 1,018 receiving yards ... TCU has at least one takeaway in 25 straight games, the longest current streak in the nation ... The Horned Frogs posted their second win in seven all-time meetings with the Rebels ... Wallace was sacked five times. Cheap Jerseys Store Jerseys NFL Cheap Cheap NFL Black Jerseys China Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale Jerseys Camo China NFL Jerseys ' ' '

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