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Dzingel and Duchene (1st Mar 19 at 5:45am UTC)
ANAHEIM Arizona Coyotes Hats Womens , Calif. (AP) — The Rangers are getting into a bad habit of allowing goals in the final minute of regulation. Fortunately for them, it hasn’t cost them the last two times.New York gave up a late goal for the third straight game — this time to Rickard Rakell with 25.3 seconds remaining — but was able to beat the Anaheim Ducks 3-2 in a shootout Thursday night.It was the second shootout victory in three days for the Rangers.Their struggles in the last minute began Sunday at Los Angeles when they were unable to clear the puck and Alec Martinez scored with 55 seconds left to hand New York a 4-3 loss. Two nights later in San Jose, the Sharks’ Tomas Hertl tied the game at 3 with less than two seconds remaining, but the Rangers were able to win in a shootout.“It’s a little demoralizing to be giving up goals in the final minute of games, but we keep making progress,” rookie coach David Quinn said. “Over a season you have to find ways to manage to get points when you are not playing great or feeling great. We did that tonight.”Mats Zuccarello and Mika Zibanejad scored in the shootout for the Rangers, who went 2-2 on a four-game road swing. Alexandar Georgiev made 22 saves and turned away both Ducks attempts in the tiebreaker.Brett Howden and Kevin Hayes scored in regulation for the Rangers, who improved to 3-0 in shootouts.“Those are huge points. You look at the end of the year and if you have 13 or 14 losses in an overtime shootout Custom Arizona Coyotes Jerseys , those are points you are giving up,” said Marc Staal, who had an assist.Jakob Silfverberg also scored for Anaheim, which is 0-5-2 in its last seven games. John Gibson made 28 saves. The Ducks are 1-2 in shootouts.“That was the best game we’ve played defensively in a long time. Now it’s a matter of getting the offense clicking and spending more time in the offensive zone,” Silfverberg said. “We didn’t get the result we wanted tonight, but we got a point.”The Rangers led most of the way but Rakell tied it with 25.3 seconds remaining in the third period after the Ducks pulled Gibson for an extra skater.It marked the 13th time in franchise history that Anaheim has tied a game in the final 30 seconds.Rakell, who has three goals this season, also had an assist. He has seven points in his last eight games (two goals www.bruinsshoponline.com , five assists).New York got on the board first when Hayes scored a power-play goal less than two minutes into the second. Ryan Kesler blocked Howden’s shot but Hayes was able to corral the deflection and fire it past Gibson for his third of the season.Anaheim tied it with its second power-play goal in its last six chances when Silfverberg scored on the rebound of a shot by Rakell that went off Georgiev’s blocker. It was Silfverberg’s fourth of the season, which tied him with Pontus Aberg for the team lead.Less than two minutes later, Howden was wide open in front and scored his third goal off a pass from Jimmy Vesey. The goal was set up when Staal had the puck near the blue line and found Vesey near the left faceoff circle in the Ducks zone.Ryan Getzlaf had two assists for Anaheim to extend his point streak to four games. He has two goals and five assists during that span.NOTES: Anaheim right wing Patrick Eaves played for the first time this year following a health scare that cost him much of last season, when he played in only two games. He missed the first three games because of a lower-body injury and then the final 77 due to post-viral syndrome and a shoulder injury. He sat out the first 13 games this season as he was working his way back from shoulder surgery in early March. Eaves skated on the third line. … The Rangers have a power-play goal in five of their last eight games.UP NEXTRangers: Return home to face Buffalo on Sunday.Ducks: Host Columbus on Sunday. OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) Brandon Manning had a goal and two assists and the Philadelphia Flyers topped the Ottawa Senators 5-3 on Saturday for their fifth consecutive victory.Ivan Provorov, Robert Hagg, Claude Giroux and Nolan Patrick also scored for the Flyers. Petr Mrazek made 25 saves in his second start for the Flyers since being acquired in a trade with Detroit.Mike Hoffman, Ryan Dzingel and Matt Duchene scored for the Senators. Craig Anderson Boston Bruins T-Shirts Womens , who stopped 34 shots, lost his 20th game of the season.This was the Senators last game before the trade deadline on Monday and first without Derick Brassard, who was dealt to the Pittsburgh Penguins on Friday.The Flyers took a 3-1 lead early in the third period on Giroux’s 22nd goal of the season. Manning sent Giroux in all alone and the Flyers’ star made some great moves before beating Anderson in close.Patrick made it 4-1 at the seven-minute mark as he tipped in Manning’s shot.Less than two minutes later, Manning made it 5-1 on a fortuitous bounce. Manning looked to shoot the puck down the boards and as Anderson went to play it, the puck took a weird bounce and went in the net.Dzingel and Duchene added late third-period goals for the Senators.The Senators outshot the Flyers 12-9 in the second and appeared to tie the game, but had a goal called back.Zack Smith scored at the 12-minute mark of the period as he tapped in Hoffman’s rebound. But the Flyers challenged the goal believing it was offside and upon review won the challenge.The Flyers opened the scoring just 28 seconds into the game as Provorov took a pass from Giroux in the slot and beat Anderson with a quick wrist shot.Hagg made it 2-0 at the seven-minute mark as he got through Ottawa’s defense and fired a shot over Anderson’s shoulder for just his second of the season.Hoffman cut the lead in half with a power-play goal, beating Mrazek on a one-timer.NOTES: Ottawa defenseman Johnny Oduya was kept out of the lineup. Newly acquired defenseman Ian Cole was unable to get to Ottawa in time for the game. … Philadelphia defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere played his 200th NHL game. He became the third defenseman to reach the 50-point mark this season.UP NEXTPhiladelphia: At Montreal on MondayOttawa: At Washington on Tuesday—
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