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The goals would not come

LOS ANGELES (AP) http://www.officialsabres.com/authentic … hel-jersey , the losses mounted and the St. Louis Blues appeared trapped in a spiral.They desperately needed something to turn their season – and playoff hopes – around. They might have found just that in a 7-2 demolishing of the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday.”It took a toll on them, not scoring,” Blues goalie Jake Allen said. ”We needed one of those games. I don’t know when the last time was we had a game like that.”St. Louis, which had lost nine of its last 10 and averaged just 1.4 goals per game in that stretch, picked up goals from seven players to hand the Kings their worst loss of the season.The five-goal margin matched the Blues’ biggest victories of the season.Robert Bortuzzo, Colton Parayko, Alex Pietrangelo, Ivan Barbashev, Vladimir Tarasenko, Kyle Brodziak and Jaden Schwartz scored for the Blues. Allen made 40 saves.”We needed a win,” Blues coach Mike Yeo said. ”Obviously, when you can score some goals http://www.officialflames.com/authentic … han-jersey , what you hope is that some guys can build some confidence off that and carry a little momentum into our next one.”The loss left Los Angeles one point back of Colorado for the second Western Conference wild card, and two points ahead of St. Louis. The Kings had not lost by more than four goals all season.”Our fight on the puck was not at a playoff level if you expect to win this time of year,” Kings coach John Stevens said. ”It’s a little concerning. It’s tough hockey this time of year. You see it every night.”Drew Doughty and Dustin Brown scored for the Kings. Jonathan Quick made 29 saves before he was pulled after the second period, Los Angeles already down 4-1. Jack Campbell stopped 14 of 17 shots in the third.”We got what we deserved,” the Kings’ Dion Phaneuf said. ”When you get beat like this, you take it. You stand and look at it, and then you move forward.”St. Louis’ first three goals were scored by defensemen.”Your defense scores goals if your forwards are doing things the right way,” Yeo said. ”We played a really strong game today and it gave us a chance.”The Blues jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first period on goals from Bortuzzo and Parayko.The Kings briefly appeared as though they would make it a game when Doughty redirected Anze Kopitar’s pass by Allen, but St. Louis answered with goals off turnovers from Pietrangelo and Barbashev to end the period.”We gift-wrapped it for them,” Stevens said.Stevens changed goalies to start the third, a rare move with someone of Quick’s caliber.But the Blues greeted Campbell with goals from Brodziak and Schwartz within the first minute of the third period, and the rout was on.”We couldn’t check a hat tonight Mikkel Boedker Jersey Womens ,” Stevens said.Despite the results from the previous 10 games, Yeo said he sensed a big game coming.”I felt good about today’s game,” Yeo said. ”The way we approached yesterday, the focus I saw in our players, I had a good feeling.”Yeo reunited Brayden Schenn, Tarasenko and Schwartz on the first line, a trio that started the season on a tear but hadn’t played together since December.NOTES: Stevens removed F Alex Iafallo from the first line in the second period to the third line. ”You can make your own conclusions on that one,” Stevens said. … Schwartz had two assists to go with his 20th goal. … Brown’s goal with 15 seconds left gave him 20 for the first time since the 2011-12 season.UP NEXTBlues: Remain in Southern California to visit Anaheim on Monday.Kings: Complete a four-game homestand Monday against Vancouver.— NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — With the New Jersey Devils sinking fast in the Eastern Conference, their top line of Taylor Hall, Kyle Palmieri and Nico Hischier came to the rescue as one would expect.The Devils got the unexpected, too http://www.officialavalanche.com/authen … roy-jersey , in beating the Ottawa Senators 5-2 on Friday night.They got a bizarre, play-of-year type goal that featured New Jersey Sami Vatanen making a diving size in his own crease, a loose puck hitting a glove on the ice to set up a 2-on-0 break that Hall capped with goal.Hall had two goals and two assists, Palmieri added a goal and two assists and Hischier had a goal and an assist as the slumping Devils won for only the fourth time in the last 17 games (4-7-6).“It’s fun to see those guys when they’re going,” Vatanen said. “I don’t think there are many guys who can stop them if they keep playing like that and creating so many chances. It’s fun to watch.”The goal everyone enjoyed was Hall’s second of the game which came with the Devils’ leading 3-1.Keith Kinkaid made a save on a point shot defenseman Thomas Chabot, but the rebound went to Brady Tkachuk on the edge of the crease. His backhander toward an open net was blocked by sliding Vatanen.“Pure desperation — it was luck and saw the guy was in back door and I just closed my eyes and dove and luckily it hit me,” Vatanen said.Hischier, who was also in the crease, pushed the puck out of danger and Palmieri moved it toward the blue line. Senators forward Mark Stone briefly controlled it and lost it. The loose puck hit a glove on the ice and Palmieri collected it and led a 2-on-0 up the ice, before sliding a pass to Hall, who beat Anderson for his 11th goal of the season and his second in a 72-second span.“I couldn’t believe that it stayed out,” Hall said about Tkachuk’s shots. “I thought that they were going to go to review and it would be a goal but just that’s what we had to do Womens Samuel Girard Jersey , those second and third efforts.”Matt Duchene, who returned to the Senators lineup after missing six games with a groin injury and scored two goals, called Hall’s second on crazy.“They had two D-men make unbelievable plays, then the puck takes a weird bounce on Stoney, hits a glove that is sitting in the middle of the ice and they go the other way and they made a really nice play,” he said. “A very bizarre play. I don’t think I’ve seen anything like that quite before.”Hall had given New Jersey a 3-1 lead with a power-play goal 72 seconds before his second goal.Pavel Zacha scored on a breakaway 2:03 after the opening faceoff and Palmieri stretched the lead to 2-0 at 10:54 after being set up by Hall, whose four-point night matched his best of the season.Duchene netted a power-play goal to cut the lead to 2-1 at 2:20 of the second period, but Hall scored twice over the next three minutes to balloon the lead to three goals.Senators goaltender Craig Anderson gave up five goals on 25 shots before being replaced by Mike McKenna for the third period.NOTES:Devils place F Marcus Johansson on injured reserve and activated F Stefan Noesen off the same list. … Chabot played in his 100th NHL game. … Ottawa was playing its first game since Monday and looked out of sorts. The Devils were playing their second in two nights and seemed quicker, especially early in the game.UP NEXTSenators: Host Washington Capitals on Saturday nightDevils: Host Columbus on Sunday in second meeting in four days. The Blue Jackets won 2-1 on Thursday night in Columbus.

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