off the field." Not only does Suggs rank second

off the field." Not only does Suggs rank second

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NEW YORK -- Chris Kreider did just about everything right on the ice, and off it, too. Rodrigo Palacio Inter Milan Jersey . Kreider scored a career-best three goals, and Rick Nash added a goal and two assists as the New York Rangers spoiled the return of former coach John Tortorella by rolling to a 5-2 victory over his Vancouver Canucks on Saturday. Kreider netted two in the first period for his first NHL multigoal game, and finished his hat trick by tipping in Anton Stralmans shot with his back to the net at 9:38 of the third. Kreider had scored only five goals -- three this season -- in his first 43 career games. After a tough rookie season under Tortorella, in which he spent a large chunk of time playing in the AHL, Kreider didnt reveal any extra satisfaction that his breakout game occurred against this opponent. "I would have struggled trusting me, too," Kreider said of last season. "I was playing through an injury. There are no hard feelings, I learned a lot from him. "I had a pretty positive experience on the whole. At the end of the day, its two points and were happy to come away with the win." Nash and defenceman Michael Del Zotto connected in the second against starting goalie Roberto Luongo and backup Eddie Lack to turn the much-anticipated game into a rout. David Booth and Daniel Sedin scored for Vancouver, which couldnt build off a 5-2 win at Ottawa on Thursday. The Canucks are 3-5-4 in their last 12 games. "I thought we played better in the games we lost prior (to Thursday)," Tortorella said. Rangers rookie backup Cam Talbot was sharp again in spelling Henrik Lundqvist, and made 35 saves in his first home start to improve to 6-1. He has allowed only 11 goals in eight outings. "I gain a lot of confidence, and confidence in the guys in front of me, too," Talbot said. "Theyve been playing really great in front of me. Im just trying to stop the puck and not let them down because theyre doing a great job of getting me in games and getting me leads." New York bounced back from a 3-2 loss at Boston on Friday, that had new coach Alain Vigneault angry, and snapped a three-game losing streak at home even though they were outshot 37-24. Fans unleashed taunts of "Tor-tor-ella" as the final minutes ticked down. "Im not going to lie to you, its a little weird for me coming back here," Tortorella said. "Once the game starts, its about playing and trying to find a way to get a win. Thats my job, to try to get some traction with this hockey club. Once that starts, its just, Lets go." Vigneault got a bit of satisfaction in the coaching matchup Saturday as he earned a win over his former team that let him go after a first-round playoff ouster last season. Watching Daniel Sedin and twin brother Henrik wearing opposing uniforms provided quite a wakeup call. "When I saw the twins have a couple of their moments out there, I knew we were playing against the Canucks," Vigneault said. "Theyre a good team, but what we had was some great bounces. "A couple of our players made some great defensive efforts, and when that wasnt there, Cam made some great saves." The fiery Tortorella will have another chance to knock off the Rangers, whom he led for 4 1-2 seasons, when they visit Vancouver on April 1. He declined to comment about Kreider, who played only 28 games with the Rangers last season. The Rangers didnt rest after grabbing a 2-0 edge in the first period, and quickly stretched their lead in the opening seconds of the middle frame. It took just one deflected shot by Nash 17 seconds in to make it 3-0 and end the day for Luongo, who stopped only seven of 10 shots. Lack came on and gave up Del Zottos second of the season at 11:04 during a power play that made it a four-goal lead. Luongo, who made his season-high eighth straight start, could be in line for a day off Sunday when the Canucks visit Carolina in another matinee. "Its always hard to either get pulled or to give up a lot of goals," Luongo said. "Ive just got to be better and try to come up with more saves." The Canucks gave up two total power-play goals after allowing only two in their previous 14 games. They hadnt yielded two in one game in 16 contests, dating to Oct. 22. Talbot was seeking his third straight shutout -- all on consecutive Saturdays -- but his bid ended when Booth got Vancouver within 4-1 with 4:10 left in the second. Despite being outshot 14-9 and committing several turnovers, the Rangers headed into the first intermission with a 2-0 lead. Vancouver had a gaffe of its own at the right point, and the puck came to Nash, who kept the puck in the Canucks zone and swept a picture pass onto the stick of Kreider, who was alone in the slot. Kreider quickly let go a shot that got past Luongo to make it 1-0 with 7:23 left in the first. Alex Edler, who didnt get the puck out along the boards, received an earful from Tortorella when he returned to the bench after the goal. The Canucks biggest mistake came with 3:28 remaining when forward Zack Kassian flung the puck over the glass and was called for delay of game. Kreider needed only 22 seconds to double the lead with his second of the day. "We just make a huge mistake 5 feet from the blue line, and it ends up in the back of our net," Tortorella said. "Throw one out of the rink, power-play goal and again were climbing the hill." NOTES: Vigneault replaced defenceman John Moore in the lineup with Del Zotto, who had been scratched for two straight games and five of eight, and benched forward Taylor Pyatt for Derek Dorsett, who had missed two games because of a sprained wrist. ... Edler didnt play the rest of the first period after Kreiders first goal. ... The Canucks fell to 8-7-3 when allowing the first goal. The Rangers are 13-1 when scoring first. Davide Santon Jersey . -- Ohio States Urban Meyer has never had any issue acclimating to the biggest stages in college football. Geoffrey Kondogbia Jersey . It is a cliché dragged out by fans and pundits regularly when discussions take place around which teams are better than others. ... lo-Jersey/ . Ryan Garbutt had a goal and two assists as Dallas snapped a six-game losing streak with a 5-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night.OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Theres more to Terrell Suggs game than simply overpowering an offensive lineman and throwing the quarterback to the ground. Suggs is the Baltimore Ravens career leader with 91 1/2 sacks and ranks fourth in the NFL this season with seven (in only five games). With another one Sunday against the Green Bay Packers, the man known to his teammates as "Sizzle" will set a franchise record with at least one sack in six straight games. Versatility, however, is why Suggs is among the most feared linebackers in the game. Hes tough against the run, tackles hard enough to jar the ball loose and is adept at dropping into pass coverage. "Hes one of the premier guys in the league at his position, and he proves it every year," Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said Wednesday. "Hes a guy youve got to account for in the run game, youve got to account for in the passing game. Youve got to make sure you dont let him get off, but thats obviously easier said than done. Hes had a great start to the season." Two weeks ago, Suggs had a career-high 17 tackles against Buffalo. In last Sundays 26-23 win at Miami, Suggs registered five tackles and helped limit the Dolphins to 22 yards rushing. "Hes a beast in the run game," Ravens lineman Marcus Spears said. "I told him last week, Man, you play the run like youre 300 pounds. With four tackles against the Packers (2-2), Suggs -- now in his 11th season -- will become the second-leading tackler in Ravens history with 722. Only Ray Lewis has more. "I dont want to just be known as a pass rusher. I want to be known as a defender that can do more than just one thing," Suggs said. "I definitely take pride in that. I dont want to just have a lot of sacks. I like to fill up the stat sheet." Suggs, who turns 31 on Friday, is a five-time Pro Bowl star who has spent his entire career in Baltimore. He is known most for his sack-happy ways, but hes also picked off seven passes and owns the franchise record for forced fumbles (29). "A lot of people just see the sacks and dont see the rest of it,&quuot; Ravens defensive lineman Arthur Jones said. Hernanes Jersey. . "Hes a playmaker all over the field, and one of the best to ever do it." Ravens defensive co-ordinator Dean Pees said, "We could drop him more if we wanted to, but we dont want to. Still, he is a complete outside backer and I think absolutely, he can do it all. Hes got all the necessary skills and hes playing at a very high level." Suggs missed the first six games of the 2012 season while recovering from a torn Achilles tendon and finished with only two sacks. Hes more than tripled that total already this season and is on pace to break Peter Boulwares single-season team record of 15. Suggs acknowledged Wednesday that there was a point last year when he wondered if he would ever regain the burst that put the fear in opposing quarterbacks hearts. "Definitely. But youve got to stay the course and continue to work at it," he said. Now Suggs is arguably as good as hes ever been. "Yes, without a doubt," Pees said. "He looks like hes fully recovered and playing at a high level and really just doing a great job both on and off the field." Not only does Suggs rank second on the team in tackles, hes also taken on a leadership role in the locker room and on the field. "Hes an extraordinary pro," said Spears, who played eight years in Dallas before joining Baltimore (3-2) this season. "Being close to him, you realize how smart he is. Thats something you wouldnt know playing against him. Its a smart football player, and its not a coincidence that hes been playing well for a long time, because his brain matches up with his body. Hes a lethal guy out there." Mostly to quarterbacks, but there arent too many running backs who relish a collision with the 6-foot-3, 260-pound Suggs. "Hes a complete player. He always has been," coach John Harbaugh said. "Thats the great thing about Terrell Suggs. Hes not just a one-dimensional guy, in terms of pass rush. Hes a great pass rusher but hes all the other things, too. Thats what makes him a premier player." Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys Cheap Soccer Jerseys ' ' '
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