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Toronto, ON ( - James van Riemsdyk, Tyler Bozak and Phil Kessel each had one goal and an assist in the Toronto Maple Leafs 6-2 victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Tuesday. Joffrey Lupul, David Booth and Nazem Kadri also lit the lamp for the Maple Leafs, who have won six in a row. Jonathan Bernier stopped 40-of-42 shots. Sami Vatanen and Ryan Kesler scored for the Ducks, who had a seven-game winning streak snapped. I dont think we deserved to lose by that much, said Ducks forward Andrew Cogliano. I thought we had most of the play. We gave them easy goals at the end of the game, but we held most of the play. Frederik Andersen made his 19th straight start and allowed four goals on 20 shots before being pulled in the third period. Ilya Bryzgalov turned aside 5- of-7 shots in relief. The Maple Leafs took a 3-1 lead on Booths first goal of the season at 4:37 of the third when his wraparound attempt deflected off Anaheim defenseman Clayton Stoner and snuck past Andersen. Kadri scored from the left circle less than a minute later. Kesler pulled the Ducks within two at 8:35 when he tipped in Kyle Palmieris pass, but Kessel and van Riemsdyk scored at 15:23 and 18:17, respectively, to secure the victory. Bozak jammed home a loose puck in front at the 15:12 mark of the first period and Bernier turned away all 17 Anaheim shots to preserve the advantage. (Bernier) was the main reason we had a chance to win the game, Leafs head coach Randy Carlyle said. Lupuls shot from along the left boards gave Toronto a 2-0 lead at 1:31 of the second. Vatanen put the Ducks on the board with a shorthanded goal at the 13:13 mark. He took a pass from Kesler and beat Bernier from the right circle. Game Notes Toronto improved to 14-0 when scoring first this season ... The Maple Leafs have won six straight against the Ducks. Nike Shox Clearance Wholesale . -- Cincinnati Reds closer Aroldis Chapman is undergoing surgery to repair a broken bone above his left eye but has no other serious injuries after being hit in the face by a line drive in a spring training game. Nike Shox Clearance Sale . Perez, 35, posted a 1-2 record with a 3.69 earned-run average in 19 relief appearances last season. His season ended Aug. 9 due to a torn ligament in his left elbow. Perez joins infielder Andy LaRoche and catcher Mike Nickeas with minor-league agreements for 2014 that include invitations to attend spring training. He was set to become an unrestricted free agent on July 5th. The 34-year-old Laval, Que. native has played six seasons with the Penguins. Nike Shox Cheap Free Shipping . - Henrik Samuelsson and Curtis Lazar each had two goals and two assists as the Edmonton Oil Kings secured top spot in the Eastern Conference by defeating the host Red Deer Rebels 7-4 on Saturday in Western Hockey League action. Wholesale Nike Shox Shoes . Striker Dario Mandzukic scored the opener in the 22nd minute but was given a red card nine minutes later for a reckless tackle and left Croatia with 10 men for the remainder of the match.With the NHL regular season right around the corner, profiles each team leading up to puck drop. Next up is the Ottawa Senators - who look to return to the post-season after parting ways with their captain for the second straight summer. Catch up on their off-season moves and the issues they face this season, as well as their analytical breakdown by TSNs Scott Cullen. Division: Atlantic GM: Bryan Murray Head Coach: Paul MacLean 2013-14: 37-31-14 (5th in Atlantic) Playoffs: Did not qualify Goals For: 229 (5th) Goals Against: 258 (27th) PP: 18.4% (14th) PK: 80.9% (22nd) That Was Then: October was unkind to the Senators, who opened the season on a six-game road trip that provided just one regulation win. Matters were not much better at home as the Sens dropped five straight contests at Canadian Tire Centre after dropping New Jersey in their home opener midway through the month. Craig Andersons head injury opened the door for Robin Lehner in November, with the young Swedish netminder posting a 3-0-2 record in his teammates absence. His success resulted in a time-share that lasted until the early part of the new year. The team hovered around .500 mark for much of the season, keeping them from the bottom of the Atlantic, but also keeping them from challenging division rivals Boston, Montreal, Tampa and Detroit. The Sens stormed back from an 0-2 deficit to win the Heritage Classic in front of 54,000-plus at GM Place in Vancouver and despite being on the outside of the playoff bubble, they went out and added help at the trade deadline acquiring winger Ales Hemsky from Edmonton for a pair of draft picks. The immediate result was both positive and negative. The upside was that Hemsky and Jason Spezza clicked offensively and the Czech winger put up 17 points in 20 games with the Sens. The downside was that the team dropped eight of nine on the heels of the Heritage Classic, officially killing their playoff dreams. The free-falling Leafs, Canucks and Jets helped bolster the Senators final finish of 21st in the overall standings, but it was difficult to find a lot of positives having spent so long on the outside looking in. Erik Karlsson posted another outstanding season in his first year back from 2013s Achilles injury, posting a team-leading 74 points in a full 82 games. Scott Cullens Analytics Senators 2013-14 stats by Quarter Games GPG GAA SH% SV% SAF% PTS% 1-20 2.90 2.80 8.9% .929 46.9% .500 21-41 2.67 3.33 5.7% .916 52.6% .463 42-62 2.81 3.24 8.0% .916 49.8% .619 63-82 2.80 3.10 7.0% .924 51.5% .575 NHL AVG 2.67 2.67 7.8% .922 50.0% .562 Key: GPG= goals per game, GAA= goals-against per game, SH%= even-strength shooting percentage, SV%= even-strength save percentage, SAF%= score-adjusted Fenwick percentage (differential of shot attempts faced vs. shot attempts, excluding blocked shots, adjusted for game score), PTS%= percentage of available points. Analysis: Games 1-20: Even with really strong percentages, couldnt gain ground because of poor possesion results, with Spezza and Michalek off to particularly poor starts. Games 21-41: Such is the nature of percentages -- they tend to fluctuate -- and Sens were suddenly below average in both in the second quarter. Games 42-62: Goaltending still an issue, but serviceable possession and favourable shooting improved the Senators record. Games 63-82: Addition of Hemsky helped possession, but percentages going in opposite directions offset each other. Key 2014 Additions: F Alex Chiasson, D Aaron Johnson, C David Legwand Key 2014 Subtractions: F Stephane Da Costa, F Ales Hemsky, C Jason Spezza This Is Now: After a few months of trade speculation, Spezza was finally shipped out of the nations capital to the Dallas Stars in a deal that brought in forward Alex Chiasson. To top it off, the Stars then went out and signed Hemsky as a free agent - taking two of Ottawas top six forwards from last season. Spezza lasted just one season as team captain and the team once again starts the search at training camp. Karlsson is definitely a candidate, as well as veteran Chris Phillips as he closes out his career with the only team hes ever played for. The 36-year-old starts the year 35 games shy of Alfredssons all-time club record of games played. The team did well to get some help up front in landing centre David Legwand. Hes not a replacement for the numbers Spezza put up, but he provides leadership and is a two-way centre who should definitely flourish under MacLean. For the remainder of the roster, its all a question of progression. If Kyle Turris can put up first-line numbers, then the Spezza void may not be that large, especially if the team continues to get elite production out of Karlsson. Both Anderson and Lehner have the talent to backstop the team to numbers above expectation, but for that to happen the team needs to first get its leadership - and subsequently, itts young core - settled.dddddddddddd TSN Ottawa reporter Brent Wallaces Five Key Storylines heading into training camp: 1. Life after Spezza How will the Sens fill the offensive void left by their No. 1 centres departure and can Kyle Turris be a top line centre? Mika Zibanejad, David Legwand and Zack Smith are behind him and it will be difficult to match that production they once had with Spezza down the middle. 2. Who will take charge? Who will be selected as the next leader after the captain has left town for the second straight year? Defenceman Chris Phillips and forwards Clarke MacArthur and Chris Neil are candidates, but Karlsson is the present and future and could be looked upon to lead this retooling club. 3. Which Paul MacLean will be behind the bench? Bryan Murray issued a warning to his head coach in the off-season to return to the way he coached in 2012 season. Two years ago, he was more of a players coach and it wasnt the same case last season. 4. Battle In Goal Both Lehner and Anderson signed new deals in the off-season - who will emerge as the No. 1? Lehner has youth and potential on his side, but Anderson recently signed a contract extension that keeps him in the nations capital for a few more years. 5. Will a long off-season be enough time to help Erik Karlsson return to his Norris-winning ways? Karlsson said last year he still hadnt recovered from the Achilles injury. But he still put up 74 points. It will be interesting to see how hell fare this year at 100 per cent. DEPTH CHART Forwards Left Wing Centre Right Wing Milan Michalek Kyle Turris Bobby Ryan Clarke MacArthur David Legwand Alex Chiasson Colin Greening Mika Zibanejad Erik Condra Mike Hoffman Zack Smith Chris Neil Matt Puempel Jean-Gabriel Pageau Mark Stone Shane Prince Derek Grant Curtis Lazar Defence Left Right Marc Methot Erik Karlsson Jared Cowen Eric Gryba Chris Phillips Patrick Wiercioch Mark Borowiecki Cody Ceci Fredrik Claesson Mikael Wikstrand Chris Wideman Alex Grant Goaltenders Craig Anderson Robin Lehner Andrew Hammond Craigs List A list of the Senators top prospects as ranked by TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button. A-Level Prospects No. Name Pos. 2013-14 Club 1 Curtis Lazar C Edmonton (WHL) 2 Matt Puempel LW Binghamton (AHL) 3 Fredrik Claesson D Binghamton (WHL) B-Level Prospects No. Name Pos. 2013-14 Club 4 Mark Stone RW Binghamton (WHL) 5 Alex Guptill LW Michigan (NCAA) 6 Nick Paul LW North Bay (OHL) 7 Shane Prince LW Binghamton (AHL) 8 Andreas Englund D Djurgardens (SWE) 9 Ryan Dzingel C Ohio State (NCAA) 10 Cole Schneider LW Binghamton (AHL) A-Level prospects are prospective starting goaltenders, top four defencemen and top six forwards. B-Level prospects are prospective backup goaltenders, bottom pairing defencemen and bottom six forwards. Fantasy - Cullens Player to Watch Mika Zibanejad A 21-year-old centre who was the sixth overall pick in 2011, Zibanejad has been a really good two-way player through his first 120 NHL games, with excellent possession stats, despite finishing with a minus-15 rating last season. With Jason Spezza and Ales Hemsky leaving, there are opportunities in Ottawa for young forwards to play a more significant role, and none are better prepared than Zibanejad, who has averaged under 14 minutes per game to this point in his career. He will theoretically have to compete with veteran centre David Legwand for quality ice time, but if Zibanejad plays 17-18 minutes per game and stays healthy, a 50-point season is possible. China NFL Jerseys Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys Cheap Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Basketball Jerseys Online Stitched Hockey Jerseys Wholesale Baseball Jerseys Football Jerseys Outlet College Jerseys For Sale Cheap MLB Jerseys Wholesale Soccer Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys For Sale Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' '

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