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The customized title belt the Arizona Coyotes pass around

The customized title belt the Arizona Coyotes pass around

Berichtdoor douhua2233 » 19 feb 2019, 04:23

GLENDALE Calgary Flames Hoodies Womens , Ariz. (AP) The customized title belt the Arizona Coyotes pass around for a top performance in a victory was already in Antti Raanta’s possession after a win two days earlier against Montreal.Raanta did even more to earn the belt Saturday, though he handed it off to defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson. Raanta made 39 saves for his first shutout of the season and the Coyotes won their fourth straight, scoring on their first shot in a 1-0 victory over the Edmonton Oilers.Raanta had his ninth career shutout, helping the Coyotes earn points for the fifth time in six games.Article continues below ...”You never get the shutouts just by yourself, you need a good team in front of you,” Raanta said. ”It shows you how much better we are right now … I went with `Hammer’ because Hammer’s been blocking more shots than I have sometimes saved.”Cam Talbot made 31 saves for Edmonton. The Oilers have lost six in a row.Talbot was pulled with under 90 seconds to play, but Edmonton could not send the game to overtime. The OilersThe Coyotes scored on their first attempt of the game. Oliver Ekman-Larsson’s shot caromed off teammate Christian Dvorak’s body and past Talbot at 3:26 of the first period.”Somehow found its way in,” Dvorak said. ”Sometimes you get lucky if you go to the net.”The Oilers’ best chance came midway through the third. Patrick Maroon’s goal was overturned on a Coyotes’ challenge for goaltender interference. Maroon tipped in Oscar Klefbom’s shot, but replays appeared to show Maroon didn’t allow Raanta full movement with his stick and blocker to be able to stop the puck.”The goalie is way out of his crease and I’m getting pushed into him. So I mean, it can go either way,” Maroon said. ”I feel like it has been going that way all year.”Talbot expressed his displeasure at the ruling and that Arizona’s goal was not called back for the same infraction.”It’s extremely frustrating to have what seems like every one of these calls go against us. I just don’t understand it. … There’s just no consistency and I’m (expletive) sick of it.” he said.Dvorak became the fourth player in Coyotes history to begin his career with consecutive 10-or more-goal seasons. Ekman-Larsson has four points in his last two games and 25 in 31 career games against Edmonton, the most against any opponent.Talbot made several key saves in the period, two on a late Arizona power play, to keep the Coyotes from extending their lead.Raanta stopped Ryan Strome’s shot with 14:33 left in the third period, then turned away Zack Kassian’s long attempt 23 seconds later. He stayed strong in goal even against an extra attacker in the closing seconds.”Lots of blocking shots,” Raanta said of the game’s last few moments. ”Everybody who was on the ice, they were putting their bodies on the line.”The Coyotes held Oilers star Connor McDavid, among the NHL leaders in points with 66, to two shots on goal.”That’s a tough task to shut that guy down. He’s a world-class talent,” Coyotes coach Rick Tocchet said.NOTES: Oilers backup goalie Al Montoya was scratched after suffering an upper-body injury in Friday’s practice Calgary Flames Hats Womens , and will be evaluated again on Sunday. The team recalled G Laurent Brossoit from Bakersfield of the AHL on an emergency basis and assigned D Keegan Lowe to Bakersfield. … D Adam Larsson returned to the Oilers after missing the past eight games following the death of his father. He served four penalty minutes. … Coyotes F Richard Panik returned to action after missing the past two games as a healthy scratch. C Zac Rinaldo was scratched for Arizona. … Ekman-Larsson has 21 assists on the season, and has recorded 20 or more in six consecutive seasons. … Texas Rangers pitcher Cole Hamels, in town for spring training, attended the game. … The Coyotes are 28-6-5 in their last 39 games against the Oilers.UP NEXTOilers: At Colorado on Sunday night.Coyotes: Host Calgary on Thursday night. A look ahead to top enterprise and feature stories planned globally by AP Sports. New digests will go out each Thursday and Monday and will be repeated on other weekdays. Please note that story plans may change depending on news and other issues.For access to AP Newsroom and other technical issues, contact AP Customer Support at apcustomersupport(at)ap.org or 877-836-9477. For reruns, call the Service Desk 800-838-4616 or your local AP bureau.As with all our operations, we welcome and want your feedback. If you have thoughts or questions about the Sports Showcase Digest or the material listed, please reach out to Oskar Garcia, assistant sports editor for the U.S. east region, at 215-446-6632 or at ogarcia(at)ap.org.All times are Eastern.—NOTE: The stories slugged Black History-Game Changers are part of AP’s coverage during Black History Month of how African-American athletes have used their platforms during the last 100 years to influence social and political change. Please see the Black History Month advisory for more details on the series.—WEDNESDAY, Feb. 7HKN–GOLDEN KNIGHTS’ STUNNING SEASONThe NHL wanted the Vegas Golden Knights to be competitive, but no one expected them to turn up this kind of magic on and off the Las Vegas Strip. Vegas is already the most successful first-year expansion franchise in league history and looks like a serious Stanley Cup contender as a result of shrewd moves by general manager George McPhee, the coaching of Gerard Gallant and career seasons out of several players. What once looked like a team playing over its head during a hot start has become a sustainable success that has made the Golden Knights one of the best in the NHL right now. By Hockey Writer Stephen Whyno. UPCOMING: 950 words, photos, video by 5 a.m. on Wednesday.THURSDAY, Feb. 8BLACK HISTORY-GAME CHANGERS-JOHNSONThere was no more potent or more closely guarded symbol of white domination at the turn of the 20th Century than the title of heavyweight champion of the world. Then 32-year-old Jack Johnson stepped into the ring. By AP Sports Writer Kareem Copeland. UPCOMING: 950 words, photos and video by 3 a.m. Eastern on Thursday.FRIDAY, Feb. 9BBO–FOOTBALL TRAININGLAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. – In the shadows of Disney’s Magic Kingdom, Carlos Gonzalez Custom Calgary Flames Jerseys , Martin Prado, Jordan Schafer and several other Major League Baseball stars train alongside football players – using similar methods. Under the guidance of a former NFL strength and conditioning coach, baseball players do football cutting drills and lifting to prepare for spring training and the season. By Stephen Whyno. UPCOMING: 800 words, photos, video by 5 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 9.BKC–THE LOW-MAJORS-SLIM MARGINSACRAMENTO, California- Sacramento State appeared to have the type of team that could break the school’s NCAA Tournament drought in 2015-16. When senior point guard Cody Demps went down with an injury, those hopes disappeared in a hurry. Unlike the bigger schools in Division I college basketball that just bring another talented player off the bench, small programs like Sac State have a razor thin margin for error. By Basketball Writer John Marshall. UPCOMING: 1,000 words, photos by 12 p.m. Friday.BBO-SPRING TRAININGBaseball enters its most unsettled spring training since 1995, with more than 100 free agents still on the market as players and Major League Baseball feud publicly about riches and rules. J.D. Martinez, Eric Hosmer, Mike Moustakas and Jake Arrieta were among the most prominent players still seeking jobs, and the players’ association could open its own camp for the unemployed. By Baseball Writer Ronald Blum. UPCOMING: 700 words, photos by noon Friday.MONDAY, Feb. 12BLACK HISTORY-GAME CHANGERS-ALIMuhammad Ali knew he didn’t have much time left. His career was at stake but more importantly, so was his freedom as he awaited the day he would formally refuse to be inducted in the armed forces of the United States. Ali embarked on a grand tour from a soccer stadium in England to the Astrodome in Houston to make some money before his fighting days came to an end. He would need it, because his refusal to be drafted ended up costing the heavyweight champion three years during what would have been the prime of his career. By Tim Dahlberg. UPCOMING: 900 words, photos www.hurricanesshoponline.com , video and interactive timeline.THURSDAY, Feb. 15BLACK HISTORY-GAME CHANGERS-MUTED ERABlack athletes become superstars, signing lucrative endorsement deals and gaining tremendous popularity among whites. They become saturated in pop culture. And with so much to lose, some of the most prominent athletes became voiceless, not speaking out on societal woes and not willing to take a stand. O.J. Simpson. Michael Jordan. Tiger Woods. Rodney King’s brutal beating creates an outcry about police brutality. So much so that when Simpson is charged with murder, his trial will divide the country and stir racial tensions. Woods bursts onto the golf scene, destroying records held by whites. He was heralded by blacks, but wants to make sure he paid respects to his mother’s Asian heritage. By Jesse J. Holland. UPCOMING: 900 words, photos, video and interactive timeline by 3 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 15.—Again, if you have questions about the Sports Showcase Digest or the material listed, please reach out to Oskar Garcia, assistant sports editor for the U.S. east region, at 215-446-6632 or at ogarcia(at)ap.org.Thanks,AP Sports
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