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HOUSTON — Jose Altuve homered off Aroldis Chapman with two outs in the ninth inning and the Cheap Houston Astros Jerseys
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In a bullpen game with a back-and-forth finish, DJ LeMahieu hit a tying, two-run shot off Astros closer Roberto Osuna in the top of the ninth. Altuve answered with a two-run drive to left-centre, setting off a wild celebration at Minute Maid Park and earning himself AL Championship Series MVP.

“Beautiful game,” Altuve said.

Astros ace Gerrit Cole was waiting to pitch a potential Game 7 on Sunday. Instead, the post-season star — undefeated since May 22 — could be lined up for Game 1 at home against the NL champion Washington Nationals on Tuesday night.

Yuli Gurriel hit a three-run homer in the first inning, and flashy outfield defence helped Houston’s relievers defeat the Yankees and their vaunted bullpen.

It almost fell apart in the ninth. Gio Urshela singled off Osuna leading off for his third hit of the game, and LeMahieu put a ball into the first row of seats in right field — inches over the glove of leaping George Springer — to tie it at 4.

Altuve, a 5-foot-6 sparkplug touted as Houston’s heart and soul, didn’t let this one get away.

“I get asked to describe Jose Altuve all the time,” manager AJ Hinch said. “I think MVP is what he is.”

The teams combined to use 14 pitchers in a game that lasted 4 hours, 9 minutes.
OTTAWA — Former American League MVP Justin Morneau will not play for Canada at the WBSC Premier12.

The first baseman from New Westminster, B.C., has informed Baseball Canada he had a setback during training, causing him to drop out.

Toronto Blue Jays prospect Demi Orimoloye of Orleans, Ont., will replace Morneau on the roster for a tournament that serves as an Olympic qualifier.

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He has played 14 major-league seasons, but hasn’t been in the big leagues since 2016.

Canada opens the Premier12 Nov. 6 in Seoul against Cuba.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct. 18, 2019.
Houston’s bullpen got a lift from flashy outfield defence. Right fielder Josh Reddick dived for Brett Gardner’s liner for the second out of the sixth. An inning later, left fielder Michael Brantley laid out for Aaron Hicks’ shallow floater and doubled off Aaron Judge at first.

Gurriel, a holdover from Houston’s 2017 championship team, was 1 for 20 to start the ALCS before his drive in the first inning. The shot into the Crawford Boxes was his first connection this post-season.

It’s the third time Houston has eliminated New York in the past five postseasons. The Astros won the 2015 wild-card game in the Bronx and beat the Yankees in seven games in the 2017 ALCS before winning their first title.

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Gary Sánchez had an RBI single in the second and Urshela homered in the fourth.

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Brantley’s double play elicited one of the loudest ovations of the night — before Altuve’s blast — from the sellout crowd of 43,357 which included Hall of Famers Nolan Ryan and Craig Biggio and Rockets stars James Harden and Russell Westbrook, who watched from the front row in personalized orange Astros jerseys.

New York lost its fourth straight ALCS after falling in 2010, 2012 and 2017. The Yankees will go without a World Series appearance in a calendar decade for the first time since the 1910s.

Altuve doubled off opener Chad Green with one out in the first inning and Bregman drew a walk with two outs. After a short visit to the mound, Gurriel knocked the next pitch into the seats in left field for a 3-0 lead. The runs were Houston’s first with two outs in the series.

Houston had been 4 for 40 with runners in scoring position before that big swing.

Brad Peacock, who threw eight pitches in a scoreless eighth inning Friday night, became the fourth pitcher ever to finish a post-season game and then start the next day, and the first since 1924.

He needed seven pitches to retire the side in the first before running into trouble with two outs in the second. Josh James ended the inning by striking out Gardner.

Ryan Pressly had another gutsy escape, too. He hurt his right knee again fielding a bases-loaded grounder by Didi Gregorius but limped over to tag him for the final out of the third. Pressly, who grimaced as he went toward the dugout after one pitch, had arthroscopic surgery on the same knee on Aug. 22 and returned Sept. 20. Pressly also got two strikeouts with the bases loaded in Game 4.

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Betts scored from first on a single by Rafael Devers with no outs. Devers’ hit caromed off shortstop Richie Martin’s glove, causing Wilkerson to hesitate in right. Betts beat a late throw by Wilkerson to give his team a celebratory cap to a frustrating season.

“I think everybody was kind of ready to go. So I just decided to go home,” Betts said.

Wilkerson made a late entry for catch of the year in the eighth. He chased Jackie Bradley Jr.’s fly ball to the edge of the visitors’ bullpen, leaped over the short wall and pulled back Bradley’s would-be homer while nearly tumbling into the seats.

“I knew if I had the space to get to it, I’d have a chance to get it,” Wilkerson said. “I had a good bead on it and just jumped up and grabbed.”

Brandon Workman (10-1) pitched one inning and struck out three to pick up the victory. Dillion Tate (0-2) got the loss for Baltimore (54-108), which was denied its first sweep of the season.

Rodriguez pitched seven innings and was pulled with Boston leading 4-3, putting him in line for a career-high 20th win. But then Baltimore’s Hanser Alberto reached on an error by shortstop Xander Bogaerts leading off the eighth and scored the tying run when Jonathan Villar singled off Matt Barnes.

“That’s something I can’t control as a pitcher,” Rodriguez said. “I can just go out there and get three outs every time I go to the mound.”

Boston finished 84-78 a year after winning a franchise-record 108 games during the regular season. The Orioles made a six-game improvement from 2018.

The Red Sox are the 10th team since 2000 to win the World Series and not qualify for the post-season the following year.

“It was rough. A lot of ups and downs. We never really got hot,” Betts said. “When that happens, this happens.”

While this season is something for the Orioles to build on, the Red Sox trudge into an off-season that promises to bring several changes.

There will be a new leader in baseball operations following the firing of Dave Dombrowski. All-Star slugger J.D. Martinez must decide whether to exercise a player option. Starter Rick Porcello is a free agent. The person hired will have to deal with a payroll crunch that includes finding room for raises for Betts from $20 million and Jackie Bradley Jr. from $8.55 million. Both are eligible for free agency after the 2020 World Series.
BOSTON — The Baltimore Orioles are finding reason to celebrate late in a season that’s included little to cheer.

Renato Núñez homered in his second straight game, John Means pitched five solid innings despite a rocky start and the Orioles outslugged Boston in a 9-4 win over the Red Sox on Saturday.

“The whole club, they’re playing hard,” manager Brandon Hyde said. “Game 161, 50 games out or whatever we are, we just continue to compete. I’m really excited with how we played today. I thought we played with a ton of energy.”

Four home runs certainly helped energize the Orioles, who despite a record of 54-107 have a shot at closing the season by sweeping the defending World Series champions at Fenway Park.

It would be the first — and only — series sweep by the Orioles this season.

“I’m just glad we won the series,” said Richie Martin, one of four Baltimore players to go deep Saturday. “It’s really important that we got the first two games and we’ve got a chance for a sweep, which is pretty cool in Boston. That’s not easy to do.”

DJ Stewart and Trey Mancini also homered for Baltimore, which has won 5 of 8.

Means (12-11) recovered after Xander Bogaerts and J.D. Martinez hit back-to-back homers for Boston in the first. The Red Sox didn’t get another hit until the fifth as Means closed the season with victories in his last two starts and finished with a winning record.

“That’s what I was trying to get,” said Means, who allowed three runs on five hits. He walked two and struck out five. “Obviously my stuff wasn’t there, but to get the win is awesome.”

Martin and Stewart drove in two runs apiece and Mancini capped off the day with a solo homer to right in the ninth, his team-high 35th of the season.

Bogaerts hit a two-run homer and Martinez followed with his 36th of the season in the first, when the Red Sox took a 3-2 lead.

Martin’s solo homer in the second tied it and Núñez put Baltimore ahead again in the third with a towering shot over the Green Monster, his second homer of the series and 31st of the season.

Boston loaded the bases with one out in the seventh, but Branden Kline got out of the jam when Brock Holt grounded into a double play.

Jhoulys Chacín (3-12) lasted just 2 2/3 innings for Boston. He allowed four runs on five hits, struck out three and walked one.

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Bogaerts’ 33 homers match his total of the previous two seasons combined. He hit 10 in 2017 and homered 23 times last year. His 116 RBIs this year are the most for a Boston shortstop since Nomar Garciaparra drove in 120 in 2002.

“That’s who he is. That’s the kid that everybody has grown to love here,” manager Alex Cora said of Bogaerts. “He’s a force at this level and he’s taking pride in a lot of things. To see that kind of effort in Game 161, when everybody knows that we’re going home after the game tomorrow, is great.”

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: RF Anthony Santander missed his fourth straight game. Manager Brandon Hyde said Santander was banged up heading into the series.

Red Sox: LF Andrew Benintendi was out of the lineup for the second straight game. Benintendi hasn’t played since leaving Thursday’s game at Texas in the fourth inning after fouling a pitch off his right calf.
“I had memories here and good times here,” Martinez said. “But it’s the business side of it and I always let (agent) Scott (Boras) handle that. But obviously it would be nice to be back.”

Controlling owner John Henry has also vowed to cut back after having baseball’s highest payroll for two straight seasons. Boston is on track to pay a $13 million luxury tax this year on a payroll of $243 million.

Manager Alex Cora, who ownership said will return for a third season no matter who replaces Dombrowksi, said identifying what went wrong in 2019 isn’t hard to put his finger on.

Cora said inconsistent pitching and an eight-day stretch from July 28 through Aug. 4 that saw Boston lose eight straight games — five to the Yankees and three to the Rays — will gnaw at him.

Boston was eight games out of first place in the AL East before that stretch and 14 1/2 out by the end of it.

The Red Sox hit more home runs and scored more runs than in 2018, but poor baserunning and injuries on the pitching staff doomed the club in close games.

On the mound, starters Chris Sale and David Price made only 25 and 22 starts, respectively, as Sale battled elbow issues and Price dealt with elbow and wrist problems.

Firming up the starting rotation and bullpen are areas that ownership has also said will be addressed this off-season.

Cora has been criticized for the message he gave to his team during spring training that this season was about continuing the system that propelled them to win the title.

He disagrees.

“I was wrong saying continuation? Well maybe the other guys that said ‘turn the page’ and ‘this is a new season’ for 20 years have been wrong too,” Cora said.

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Red Sox analyst Dennis Eckersley told reporters that Boston’s eight-time Gold Glove Award-winning right fielder Dwight Evans texted him during the game to say Wilkerson’s robbery was the best catch ever by a right fielder at Fenway Park.

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Of course, that team isn’t the T-Wolves, and that Ontario-born player isn’t Wiggins. The team is the Denver Nuggets and the player is Kitchener, Ont.’s Jamal Murray, who was drafted two years later. As the Nuggets and Murray hope to compete for a conference crown this season, the Timberwolves enter the year very much an unknown commodity yet again with a ton of high-end talent, but no guarantees the team will be able to harness it into something tangible in a conference filled with strong teams and virtually no margin for error.

It wasn’t supposed to be like this.

Only two years ago, the T-Wolves signed Wiggins to a maximum five-year deal worth $147.7 million, coming off a season in which the Vaughan, Ont. native averaged a career-high 23.6 points a game and shot .356 from three. While it undoubtedly carried risk, the commitment was given to a player that then-head coach and team president Tom Thibodeau saw as a franchise cornerstone alongside Karl-Anthony Towns, one of the league’s best young bigs, and the recently acquired Jimmy Butler in what Minnesota belived to be a Big 3 that could rival the Golden State Warriors’ dominance in the West.

Just 24 months later, Thibodeau has been fired, a malcontented Butler was traded and the Timberwolves have a single playoff win to show for what should have been an era with the most promise since a Kevin Garnett-led team reached the Western Conference Finals in 2004.

So just what the hell happened here?

Well, it starts with Wiggins. From both a gameplay standpoint and personal chemistry, Wiggins and Butler never clicked. It was to be expected that Wiggins would cede shot attempts to Butler and he did, going from 19.1 a game in 2016-17 to 15.9 in 2017-18. The bounceback last season wasn’t at the expected level when his FGA rose only to 16.6 a night even with Butler out of the picture for most of the year, but the more galling issue has become Wiggins’ efficiency or lack thereof.

Among qualified players last season, Wiggins’ Player Efficiency Rating (PER) was 217th in the NBA at 12.42. Considering that a replacement-level player’s PER is 15.0, Wiggins is getting max money and playing at level below league average. Just below Wiggins last season at 12.41 was former Toronto Raptors project and now Memphis Grizzlies forward Bruno Caboclo. Among small forwards, the next-worst mark from a player on a max deal was Gordon Hayward of the Boston Celtics, coming off of a horrific leg break, at 15.62.

Looking at win shares, the picture is even bleaker for Wiggins. On the 36-win T-Wolves last season, Towns led the team with 10.4. Wiggins came in at 0.6, 345th in the NBA. Dwight Howard also posted 0.6 last season, but he appeared in nine games. Things aren’t any rosier defensively for Wiggins with his real defensive plus-minus at -1.55, the fourth-worst mark among small forwards in the NBA last season.

Just as Wiggins fell last season, so did the team. A season after their first playoff appearance in 14 years, the Wolves were once again on the outside looking in last April. The team finished dead last in the Northwest for the fourth time in five years and eighth time over the past decade, missing out on the playoffs by 13 games.

“It’s always tough not to be in the playoffs,” Towns told Marc Spears earlier this month. “I live for the playoffs. I have won a lot in my life. And I have expected nothing less in the NBA since day one in training camp as a rookie. … I had a great time in the playoffs, and I learned a lot more things that people don’t get to learn. I learned how to do things to benefit the team as best as possible.”

Now, Wiggins believes he’s done the same after an intense offseason workout regimen and he insists that the best is still yet to come – that his plateauing numbers are a blip and not a trend, something that he will have a chance to prove. With former Houston Rockets executive Gersson Rosas in charge of the front office and Ryan Saunders’ interim label – the son of the late Flip Saunders was elevated from head assistant upon the firing of Thibodeau in January – lifted as head coach, there is the feeling of a tabula rasa in Minneapolis this season where Wiggins will be able to change the narrative around his stagnant career.

“You learn from it,” Wiggins said of last season at team media day in late September, “and it’s nothing but motivation. You go into the summer knowing that you’ve gotta work and people are going to doubt you. People are going to think you lost a step; that you lost all of these things, but all you can focus on is yourself and the fact that I can prove people wrong and get back out there and let people know that I’m still the same player. That’s motivation. It means a lot – it makes me work harder. I want to be great.”

The Timberwolves will settle for good. In Towns, the team has a burgeoning actual, honest-to-goodness superstar who can be mentioned in the same breath as Giannis Antetokounmpo, Anthony Davis and Joel Embiid. The T-Wolves thought they were drafting the second coming of Garnett in Towns and, thus far, he’s mostly lived up to the hype, posting 24.4/12.4 a year ago, both career bests. The potential for Towns to emerge as a top-five player in the NBA is a very real one.

“We can be as good as we want to be, as long as we stay cohesive, we stay unified and continue to play the game we play on a nightly basis,” Towns told Spears. “… It’s easy to win one game. It’s hard to win most of the games in an 82-game season. Obviously, if we are blessed with health and play basketball the way we know we can play basketball, we will be just fine.”

But fine won’t be good enough in a stacked West. On top of more from Wiggins, they’ll need a healthy Jeff Teague, who was limited to only 42 games last season with an ankle injury. When he did play, the team was 23-19 and Teague averaged a career-high 8.2 assists. For the Minnesota offence to click, the team will need Teague as its quarterback.

The team would also like to see a jump in contribution from Josh Okogie in this second year in the league. The 20th overall selection in 2018, Okogie was a revelation for Nigeria during the FIBA World Cup, leading the team in scoring and looking considerably sharper from beyond the arc than he did in his rookie campaign. His jumper needs work, but he’s emerged as a competent wing defender.

Speaking of defending, Robert Covington appeared in only 22 contests for the team last year after coming over from the Philadelphia 76ers as part of the Butler trade, so what he’s capable of offering on the defensive side has yet to truly be seen in the Twin Cities. But a healthy Covington is the best overall defender on the team and capable of going up against virtually any position on the court. With a career three-point shooting percentage of .360, Covington is also one of the few deep-ball threats on the team.

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If the T-Wolves could find a trade for Wiggins today, they would try to make it happen. For all of his talk of improvement and the intense training he underwent this summer, the chances of the team having already seen the best of the former Jayhawk are very real, making his contract all the more onerous. Should there be a potential exit ramp, it would be something that Minnesota’s management team would be foolish not to explore.

There is, of course, something considerably less palatable that the team might be forced to also consider, perhaps not today or tomorrow, but not far down the road.

In 2007, Garnett wanted a chance to win and was eventually dealt to the Boston Celtics. The trade to acquire Wiggins in 2014 from the Cleveland Cavaliers was one consummated when Kevin Love – the last man earmarked to take over Garnett’s mantle – also sought greener pastures. Historically for the Cheap Minnesota Timberwolves Jerseys
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To be clear, there is no hint right now of Towns being unhappy and he is only entering the first season of a five-year, $190 million max deal signed last year. But losing weighs on a player – we’ve seen that in the past and we’ll see it again in the future. While the team in this current construction is by no means in win-now mode, the impetus for big strides forward for the T-Wolves is evident and just because you can’t hear it loudly right now doesn’t mean that a clock isn’t ticking when it comes to Towns’s long-term future.

Though expectations for the Wolves are modest in comparison to their rivals in the Western Conference, the stakes for Wiggins, Towns and the rest of the team are just as high. The future might not be now for the Timberwolves, but there needs to be a way to get there sooner than later.

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HOUSTON — Jose Altuve homered off Aroldis Chapman with two outs in the ninth inning and the Houston Astros outlasted the Cheap New York Yankees Jerseys
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In a bullpen game with a back-and-forth finish, DJ LeMahieu hit a tying, two-run shot off Astros closer Roberto Osuna in the top of the ninth. Altuve answered with a two-run drive to left-centre, setting off a wild celebration at Minute Maid Park and earning himself AL Championship Series MVP.

“Beautiful game,” Altuve said.

Astros ace Gerrit Cole was waiting to pitch a potential Game 7 on Sunday. Instead, the post-season star — undefeated since May 22 — could be lined up for Game 1 at home against the NL champion Washington Nationals on Tuesday night.

Yuli Gurriel hit a three-run homer in the first inning, and flashy outfield defence helped Houston’s relievers defeat the Yankees and their vaunted bullpen.

It almost fell apart in the ninth. Gio Urshela singled off Osuna leading off for his third hit of the game, and LeMahieu put a ball into the first row of seats in right field — inches over the glove of leaping George Springer — to tie it at 4.

Altuve, a 5-foot-6 sparkplug touted as Houston’s heart and soul, didn’t let this one get away.

“I get asked to describe Jose Altuve all the time,” manager AJ Hinch said. “I think MVP is what he is.”

The teams combined to use 14 pitchers in a game that lasted 4 hours, 9 minutes.

Houston’s bullpen got a lift from flashy outfield defence. Right fielder Josh Reddick dived for Brett Gardner’s liner for the second out of the sixth. An inning later, left fielder Michael Brantley laid out for Aaron Hicks’ shallow floater and doubled off Aaron Judge at first.

Gurriel, a holdover from Houston’s 2017 championship team, was 1 for 20 to start the ALCS before his drive in the first inning. The shot into the Crawford Boxes was his first connection this post-season.

It’s the third time Houston has eliminated New York in the past five postseasons. The Astros won the 2015 wild-card game in the Bronx and beat the Yankees in seven games in the 2017 ALCS before winning their first title.

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Gary Sánchez had an RBI single in the second and Urshela homered in the fourth.

Alex Bregman gave the Astros an insurance run with an RBI on a forceout in the sixth inning.

Brantley’s double play elicited one of the loudest ovations of the night — before Altuve’s blast — from the sellout crowd of 43,357 which included Hall of Famers Nolan Ryan and Craig Biggio and Rockets stars James Harden and Russell Westbrook, who watched from the front row in personalized orange Astros jerseys.

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Altuve doubled off opener Chad Green with one out in the first inning and Bregman drew a walk with two outs. After a short visit to the mound, Gurriel knocked the next pitch into the seats in left field for a 3-0 lead. The runs were Houston’s first with two outs in the series.
OTTAWA — Former American League MVP Justin Morneau will not play for Canada at the WBSC Premier12.

The first baseman from New Westminster, B.C., has informed Baseball Canada he had a setback during training, causing him to drop out.

Toronto Blue Jays prospect Demi Orimoloye of Orleans, Ont., will replace Morneau on the roster for a tournament that serves as an Olympic qualifier.

Morneau, 36, was AL MVP with the Cheap Minnesota Twins Jerseys
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He has played 14 major-league seasons, but hasn’t been in the big leagues since 2016.

Canada opens the Premier12 Nov. 6 in Seoul against Cuba.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct. 18, 2019.
Houston had been 4 for 40 with runners in scoring position before that big swing.

Brad Peacock, who threw eight pitches in a scoreless eighth inning Friday night, became the fourth pitcher ever to finish a post-season game and then start the next day, and the first since 1924.

He needed seven pitches to retire the side in the first before running into trouble with two outs in the second. Josh James ended the inning by striking out Gardner.

Ryan Pressly had another gutsy escape, too. He hurt his right knee again fielding a bases-loaded grounder by Didi Gregorius but limped over to tag him for the final out of the third. Pressly, who grimaced as he went toward the dugout after one pitch, had arthroscopic surgery on the same knee on Aug. 22 and returned Sept. 20. Pressly also got two strikeouts with the bases loaded in Game 4.

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Elias Pettersson added two assists for Vancouver, which bounced back from a 1-0 loss at New Jersey on Saturday to win for the fifth time in six games.

“I took that onus on myself to be the guy to get the boys going,” Horvat said. “I was really upset about the last game, we should have scored more power-play goals and we should have at least gotten a point out of that. … When we do lose games we’re not ones to want to lose three straight, four straight and get on these losing skids. We want to bounce back and have a great game and continue winning.”

Jacob Markstrom, playing for the first time since Oct. 12, stopped 38 shots to win his third straight start after losing his first two.

“A little bit of redemption, but our team played amazing, we really did,” Beagle said. “Marky stood on his head. It was just a good overall win.”

Jesper Fast had a goal and an assist, and Artemi Panarin also scored for New York, which has lost four straight — including three in four days after playing just three times in the previous 14 days. Henrik Lundqvist finished with 40 saves.

“We should be so eager to get out there,” Lundqvist said. “But sometimes it’s hard to get going. That desperation should always be there. Especially losing three in a row.”

Rangers coach David Quinn shook up his lineup during Friday’s 5-2 loss at Washington, moving Chris Kreider to the top line with Panarin and Mika Zibanejad. Pavel Buchnevich was dropped to the second line, and rookie Kaapo Kakko down to the third. Buchnevich ended up on the fourth line during the second period but was back on the second later in the game.

Down 3-1 after 40 minutes, the Rangers came out aggressive in the third and controlled much of the play while outshooting the Canucks 17-6 in the final period.

“We knew they like to play wide-open,” Beagle said. “They have a lot of guys that run and gun. They love to go east-west and hardly ever dump it. … We got the job done.”

Panarin got the Rangers to 3-2 as he got a pass from Fast from behind the net, and quickly put it past Markstrom for his fourth at 5:31.
NEWARK, N.J. — This time, Jack Hughes got the better of his older brother, Quinn.

He had plenty of witnesses, too.

The 18-year-old Hughes scored his first career goal in his first NHL game against his 20-year-old brother Quinn Hughes, and the New Jersey Devils beat the Vancouver Canucks 1-0 on Saturday.

Mackenzie Blackwood stopped 25 shots in his third career shutout, sending New Jersey to its second straight victory after starting the season with six straight losses.

Jack Hughes played in his eighth NHL game after he was selected by New Jersey with the No. 1 overall pick in this year’s draft.

He became the first player to score his first NHL goal in a 1-0 regular-season game since Andreas Athanasiou for Detroit against Washington on Nov. 10, 2015.

“I’ve felt good in every game,” Hughes said. “Each game has been a building block for me. I think it was a little overdue.”

Quinn Hughes was a first-round selection by Vancouver in 2018. There were approximately 80 Hughes family members and friends on hand for their first NHL matchup.

New Jersey went ahead to stay on Hughes’ power-play goal 14:08 into the first period. Taylor Hall kept the puck on his stick while eluding two defenders and fired cross ice to Hughes, who beat Canucks goalie Thatcher Demko.

“It’s such an awesome feeling,” Jack Hughes said. “To come out here and play in front of my family and friends. It’s nice to be able to beat Quinn. The two games we’ve won, we’ve played much better hockey.”

Demko finished with 23 saves for Vancouver, which had won four in a row.

Blackwood was especially stingy in the second period, when he turned aside 14 shots, including three in a frantic 43-second stretch.

With seven minutes left, Elias Pettersson fired a high shot that Blackwood pushed off the crossbar. Then he stopped Alexander Edler on a breakaway after Edler left the penalty box. The rebound bounced out to Edler, who fired it through the crease.

“Everyone is out there playing for each other,” Blackwood said. “No one is being selfish. Everyone is out there doing their jobs. We feed off each other’s energy. When one guy is going well, then the other goes well and it becomes contagious. That helps the goaltender a lot.”

The Devils’ penalty killers had another solid performance, killing off six power plays two days after killing off seven straight chances against the Cheap New York Rangers Jerseys
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“The penalty kill is because of an attention to detail,” Devils coach John Hynes said. “We’ve been able to clear pucks from our zone. We’ve been able to maintain pressure up ice. In the games we hadn’t won, it was the little things that we didn’t do. I think we’re more consistent.”

NOTES: Although C Nico Hischier missed his second straight game with an upper-body injury, it was the first appearance at home since he finalized a $50.75 million, seven-year contract extension Friday. “I’m happy it’s a long-term deal,” Hischier said. “I’m happy with the direction the team is going in. I’ve been treated well here. I have felt welcomed here since Day 1. I have no reason not to sign here long term. I don’t have to worry about that now.” The 20-year-old Hischier, the No. 1 pick overall in 2017, could have become a restricted free agent at season’s end. … The Devils activated D Andy Greene off the injured list and put D Will Butcher (upper body) on the injured list. … Hughes scored his first NHL goal on Oct. 19, 2019, and Hischier scored his first NHL goal on Oct. 19, 2017. … Hughes (18 years, 158 days) is the second-youngest player in franchise history to score his first NHL goal. Craig Wolanin (18 years, 135 days) is the youngest. … The Canucks wore their 50th anniversary jerseys with the team’s original colours.
New York had several flurries of chances at the tying goal, pulling Lundqvist for an extra skater with 1:51 to go, but couldn’t get another one past Markstrom.

“We’ve got to play smarter,” Zibanejad said. “And it just shows you can’t just play for 25, 30 minutes. … You’ve got to play all 60 minutes. The whole game is not going to look perfect; it’s not going to be all good stuff, but we’ve got to learn to manage the game a little bit more.”

The Rangers finished 0 for 3 on the power play to fall to 1 for 17 with the man-advantage over the last four games.

With the Rangers trailing 3-0 after a lacklustre first period, Fast got them on the scoreboard late in the second. Standing in front of Markstrom, Fast deflected Jacob Trouba’s hard point shot past the goalie for his second.

The Canucks got off to a fast start with three goals in the first period while outshooting the Rangers 20-13. Vancouver scored on the power play, at even strength and short-handed.

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came in with the league’s worst man-advantage and were 0 for 12 the previous two games.

Boeser made it 2-0 with 6:26 left in the opening period as he got a pass from Pettersson between the circles and fired a shot that went off Lundqvist’s glove and in for his second.

Then, with Tyler Myers off for hooking, Beagle brought the puck up the right side and beat Lundqvist on the glove side for his first of the season and fourth career short-handed goal.

NOTES: Horvat joined Calgary’s Sean Monahan, Colorado’s Nathan MacKinnon and Florida’s Aleksander Barkov as the only players from the 2013 draft to reach the 100-goal mark. … The teams will conclude their season series Jan. 4 at Vancouver. … Lundqvist appeared in his 861st game, moving past Hall of Famer Gump Worsley for sole possession of 11th place on the NHL’s all-time list. He is seven away from tying former goalie Grant Fuhr for 10th place. Lundqvist also tied Jean Ratelle for sixth place on the Rangers’ franchise list. … New York has given up at least one power-play goal in five of its six games.

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Joe Girardi’s return to the Major League Baseball coaching ranks could be close at hand.

USA Baseball announced on Wednesday that Girardi has stepped down as manager of the United States to pursue a managerial opportunity in the MLB.

“We are grateful that Joe was a part of Team USA and we appreciate the time and preparation he dedicated to our endeavor of qualifying for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games,” said USA Baseball CEO Paul Seiler in a statement. “On behalf of the organization, we wish him the best of luck as he seeks a manager position in Major League Baseball.

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ANAHEIM, Calif. — Joe Maddon is back under the halo.

Maddon agreed to a three-year deal to become the Los Angeles Angels’ manager on Wednesday, reuniting the World Series-winning former manager of the Cheap Chicago Cubs Jerseys
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“We are thrilled that Joe is coming back home and bringing an exciting brand of baseball to our fans,” general manager Billy Eppler said. “Every stop he has made throughout his managerial career, he has built a culture that is focused on winning while also allowing his players to thrive. We believe Joe will be a great asset for our club and look forward to him leading the team to another World Series championship.”

The Angels will formally introduce the 65-year-old Maddon at a news conference next week, but he already knows his way around Angel Stadium.

Maddon signed with the Angels as an undrafted catcher in 1975, and he spent the next 31 seasons working at almost every level of the organization as a player, coach and manager. He served as a big league assistant coach under five managers, and he had two stints as the Angels’ interim manager.

He was the Angels’ bench coach alongside manager Mike Scioscia during their championship season in 2002. He left to manage Tampa Bay in 2006 for nine mostly successful seasons, followed by a big-money move to Chicago to make history.

The three-time Manager of the Year left the Cubs by mutual consent last month after they missed the playoffs for the first time in his five-year tenure. He’ll still likely never have to buy a drink in Chicago again because of 2016, when he led the Cubs to their first World Series title in 108 years.

Maddon replaces Brad Ausmus, who was fired after one season when the Angels finished 72-90, their worst record since 1999. Ausmus was abruptly dismissed shortly after Maddon became available, and most observers assumed Angels owner Arte Moreno had his eye on a reunion with Maddon, who was the Angels’ bench coach when Moreno bought the club in 2003.

The Angels also interviewed veteran managers John Farrell and Buck Showalter and Padres hitting coach Johnny Washington for the job, but Maddon was the choice. Maddon was expected to be a valued candidate for other managerial openings around the majors, but he was clearly eager for a reunion.

Maddon kept a home in Long Beach during his 14 seasons away from Anaheim, and he has fond feelings for the organization that gave him his start.

That organization is experiencing hard times: The Angels have endured four straight losing seasons for the first time since the 1970s, and they still haven’t won a playoff game with Mike Trout and Albert Pujols on their roster, making just one three-game post-season appearance after winning the AL West in 2014.

The Angels also were rocked this month by revelations about the role of a team employee in procuring opioids for pitcher Tyler Skaggs, who was found dead in his hotel room July 1.

The problems didn’t deter Maddon from reuniting with the Angels, where he inherits a roster with Trout as its centerpiece. The probable three-time AL MVP is signed to a 12-year, $426.5 million contract that should keep him in Anaheim for the bulk of his career.

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Maddon’s managerial career away from Anaheim began with two losing seasons in Tampa Bay, but has been impressive ever since. The Rays made a 31-game improvement and won the AL pennant in 2008, leading to the first of Maddon’s three Manager of the Year awards.

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Three-time World Series champion and former Girardi teammate Scott Brosius takes over as Team USA manager for Girardi.

“Scott Brosius is respected across the baseball industry for his time as both a player and a coach,” Seiler said. “He possesses a tremendous resume and we are proud to have him step in and lead us in the Premier12 tournament. From top to bottom, the coaching staff we assembled boasts a wealth of international playing and coaching experience, and we are confident in their ability to help us achieve the goals we have collectively set for this team.”

Retiring after a 15-year playing career in 2003, Girardi became manager of the Florida Marlins in 2006, winning National League Manager of the Year in his first season, but was fired after the season.

He became bench boss of the New York Yankees – the team with whom Girardi won three World Series – in 2008.

Girardi would go on to spend a decade in the Bronx, posting an overall mark of 910-710, reaching the postseason on six occasions and winning the 2009 World Series.

The Yankees chose not to renew Girardi’s contract following the 2017 season.

Among the clubs currently looking for a manager are the Chicago Cubs, a team with whom Girardi spent seven seasons as a player over two stints. Girardi is believed to have spoken to the team about the job and is also expected to interview for the Philadelphia Phillies vacancy.

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Officially, it’s an NBA first: Coaches successfully argued referees’ calls Saturday.

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Review showed that Walton was right and the Kings retained possession. About a minute later, Pacers coach Nate McMillan wanted a review of a goaltending call made against Indiana centre Myles Turner — and he, too, was proved correct, resulting in a jump ball at midcourt instead of two points for the Kings.

So Mumbai becomes the answer to a trivia question — the site of the first successful NBA coaches’ challenge. The Pacers and Kings wrapped up a two-games trip to India, the NBA’s first two games played in that country, with Indiana winning 130-106 to complete a sweep of the series.

“Thank you India for allowing us the opportunity to make history…thankful to be a part of this moment,” Sacramento’s Richaun Holmes tweeted postgame.

Coaches may challenge one call per game, provided what they’re challenging meets certain criteria and if they have a timeout remaining. The timeout is charged if the challenge is unsuccessful, and the challenge isn’t retained even if it results in a call being overturned.

PACERS 130, KINGS 102

Alize Johnson scored 17 points to lead eight Pacers in double figures, and Indiana scored 46 points in the second quarter alone on the way to the easy win.
SAN FRANCISCO — New Warriors big man Willie Cauley-Stein will be sidelined for training camp with a left foot injury, while Klay Thompson is making progress from a July 2 surgery for a torn left anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee but will be out at least until the All-Star break.

General manager Bob Myers said at Monday’s media day that Cauley-Stein strained his foot last week while scrimmaging. Cauley-Stein is scheduled to be reevaluated in about a month with an update on his status expected at the end of October.

“It’s disappointing for him mostly, I know he was ready to go,” Myers said at the new Chase Center, where the Warriors will begin training camp Tuesday. “You like to have new players get a chance to get acclimated in camp, so for him and obviously the coaches, myself, the whole organization, we want him to get back. The good news is he will be back. But camp is a formative time for him and his teammates. Nothing you can do, injuries are clearly a part of it. We want everybody to be healthy. Hopefully he’ll be able to watch and pick up on some things without participating and stay as in shape as he possibly can.”

Thompson injured his knee in a Game 6 NBA Finals loss June 13 to Toronto that gave the Raptors their first NBA title. Thompson said since surgery, “I’ve made huge strides.”

Thompson said he will stick to the rehab plan and that it’s not worth pushing too hard too soon at this stage.

“The last thing you want to do is rush back, especially for a player like me who wants to play ’til his late 30s,” Thompson said.

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Cauley-Stein was on crutches and in a walking boot. He said it happened playing a pickup game.

“I went for a lob, came down awkward on it, put a lot of pressure on the top of my foot,” he said.

Golden State doesn’t have its usual depth at centre but re-signed Kevon Looney to a three-year contract and he will lead the way.

“Kevon just keeps getting better, whether it’s talked about or not he puts the work in,” Stephen Curry said.

Looney earned the bulk of the minutes at centre during the post-season and even returned from a cartilage fracture in his right collarbone area before re-injuring it.

Other centre options for camp are Omari Spellman and Serbian forward Alen Smailagic, who played for the G-League Warriors last season.

“Looney is the starting centre. Yeah, I’ve got bigger plans for Looney anyway,” coach Steve Kerr said. “I think I’ve told you guys that. He’s one of our best players. He’s moved up the ladder considerably with all of the losses that we’ve had. So not only is he one of our best players but he’s one of the guys who has the most experience and the feel that we need with this group to try to incorporate the young guys.”

When told once again he’s the oldest player on the roster at age 31, Curry said emphatically, “Stop reminding me!”

The two-time MVP is eager for a new challenge, too.

The rebuilt Warriors, with eight new players and minus several key veterans who keyed recent post-season runs, have reached five straight NBA Finals. But two-time Finals MVP Kevin Durant departed for the Brooklyn Nets this off-season.

“As a team, for me, I’ve just been thinking about how this building is going to create an opportunity for us to kind of walk into a new era, appreciating the accomplishments we have, the five Finals in a row, chasing more, all the things that we did in Oakland and at Oracle, but for all the new guys, we are going to be a different team and embrace that,” Curry said.

Kerr compared it to going into his first camp as coach in 2014-15.

“So five years ago, when we were really brand new to each other and getting used to one another and getting the system kind of to the point where we felt comfortable with what we were doing,” Kerr said. “We were experimenting with a lot of different things before we kind of settled on a rotation and how we were going to play, what our defence would look like exactly. I think that’ll be a similar feel this year. We have a lot to experiment with, a lot of combination possibilities, so it’s a really, really important camp, and I would say we will have to work much harder than we have had to the last four seasons because of the number of new players. We’ve got a lot of work to do.”
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Buddy Hield scored 17 points and Marvin Bagley III added 15 for Sacramento.

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At San Francisco, Anthony Davis had 22 points and 10 rebounds in his preseason debut — playing only 18 minutes, all in the first half — for Los Angeles and the Lakers opened Golden State’s new Chase Center with a win.

LeBron James had 15 points and eight assists in 18 minutes for the Lakers. JaVale McGee made all five of his shots for 10 points and grabbed 13 rebounds.

Stephen Curry scored 18 points for the Warriors. Jordan Poole added 17 for Golden State, which was just 11 of 42 from 3-point range.

Davis had the first points — preseason points, anyway — in the arena’s history, putting in the rebound of a miss by James 1:13 into the contest.

MAGIC 125, SPURS 89

At San Antonio, Orlando outscored the Spurs 41-17 in the third quarter to turn a close game into a runaway.

Mo Bamba had 18 points for the Magic, while Aaron Gordon and Terrence Ross each had 14.

Dejounte Murray, playing in an NBA game for the first time in nearly a year after missing all of last season with a knee injury, had 11 points in 14 1/2 minutes for San Antonio. Bryn Forbes led the Spurs with 24 points, going 5 for 6 from 3-point range.

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At Salt Lake City, Tony Bradley had 18 points and 10 rebounds and Jeff Green scored 16 points to lead seven Utah players scoring in double figures.

Donovan Mitchell, Rudy Gobert and Mike Conley — who was acquired via trade from the Memphis Grizzlies in July — did not play (rest) for the Jazz.

Jerome Randall led Adelaide with 18 points and Eric Griffin added 12 points, six rebounds and four blocks.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Columbus Blue Jackets knew to be successful this season they needed scoring production from their younger players and strong goaltending.

On Wednesday night, they got both.

Sonny Milano and Alexander Wennberg each scored for the first time this season to lift the Columbus Blue Jackets over the Cheap Dallas Stars Jerseys
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Columbus (3-3-0) won back-to-back games and pulled to .500 with its eighth consecutive victory over the Stars (1-6-1). Joonis Korpisalo turned away 30 shots to net his third win.

Ben Bishop made 32 saves for Dallas, who have lost four straight.

Zach Werenski got the scoring started at 7:42 of the first, while Wennberg made it 2-0 at 15:01.

Miro Heiskanen cut the lead to 2-1, scoring his second goal of the year for the Stars on a delayed penalty.

Milano gave Columbus insurance at 9:07 of the third with a highlight-reel goal, skating between two defenders and shooting from between his legs to go top shelf over Bishop. Jakob Lilja recorded his first NHL point with the primary assist.

“It was the best angle to get on net, and it went in,” Milano said. “I was thinking maybe to backhand it, but it went through the legs.”
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New Jersey did. however, make a change to their coaching staff on Wednesday, announcing that assistant general manager Tom Fitzgerald will join head coach John Hynes’ staff and serve as an assistant coach effective immediately.

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The Devils, who added P.K. Subban, Wayne Simmonds and No. 1 overall pick Jack Hughes in the off-season, are winless through six games (0-4-2), but McKenzie noted Tuesday the blame for the slow start lies beyond just Hynes.

“They’ve not been playing well at all,” McKenzie said on Insider Trading. “So much so that today there was fake Twitter news that the New Jersey Devils had actually fired head coach John Hynes and his entire staff and it was not true at all. And it’s not something that general manager Ray Shero is considering at this time.

“So, listen, there have been so many problems with the Devils in the early going. Their goaltending hasn’t been very good. Their D hasn’t been very good. They’ve had injuries up front and, by the way, Nico Hischier is believed to be day-to-day with an injury. So we’ll see how long he’s going to be out, but maybe not that long. At some point maybe Ray Shero is going to have to look to do something to shore up his lineup. But firing the coach, at this moment in time, is not one of those considerations.”

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The Wild, meanwhile, dropped to 1-5 with their 4-2 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs Tuesday night. The team is coming off a tumultuous off-season which saw general manager Paul Fenton fired after just one season on the job and replaced by Bill Guerin.

“It’s pretty high with new GM Bill Guerin,” LeBrun said of the patience level in Minnesota. “It’s already led to some speculation, obviously, [about] Bruce Boudreau’s future and it makes sense. I mean, he’s a coach that’s been inherited by a new GM. He’s been there awhile. His contract as a coach is done at the end of the year. He has a couple of years tacked onto that as a consultant, but the guy wants to coach. So, all of the elements are there where you understand the speculation.

“But, in speaking with Bill Guerin on Tuesday, he said, ‘Listen, I respect Bruce Boudreau. I’m going to be patient here.’ When he says patient, he means not just with him but with the entire roster before he starts making big changes. To me, I don’t see anything happening there imminently in terms of the head coach.”

Boudreau is in his fourth season as head coach of the Wild, having joined the team after a five-year stint with the Anaheim Ducks. He has a 132-91-28 record with Minnesota and led the team to a postseason berth in each of his first two seasons before missing the playoffs last spring. The 2007-08 Jack Adams Award winner, Boudreau has a 541-283-108 record in 932 games as a head coach with the Washington Capitals, Ducks and Wild.

Along with the Wild, the Dallas Stars are also off to a rough start (1-5-1) in the Central Division, and also have just one win in seven games this season. According to TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger, however, the Stars are looking to a free agent signee to boost their lineup.

“A tough start for the Dallas Stars out of the gate as well. But the Stars organization believes they are a better team than their record clearly indicates,” Dreger said. “There’s no sense of panic coming from management or the coaching staff. In fact, they’re hoping that veteran Corey Perry can inject some competitiveness into the lineup. He could play as early as Wednesday. If not, then Friday. He’ll help bring some edge to a team that needs to push harder and they’re hoping he can help a sluggish power play as well.”

Stars head coach Jim Montgomery in his second season on the job and led the team to the second round of the playoffs last spring.
Columbus coach John Tortorella called the goal “ridiculous.”

“He made a great move to enter the zone, beats a forward at the blue line and there were still two checkers coming on him,” Tortorella said. “It’s a hell of a goal.”

Joe Pavelski scored with 4.5 seconds remaining, but it was too little too late.

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, who have been hindered by poor starts, came out strong, outshooting the Blue Jackets 17-11 in the first. Columbus had a 9-6 shot advantage through a scoreless second period and continued to dominate in the third.

“I thought we had an excellent first period,” Dallas coach Jim Montgomery said. “I thought we were skating. I didn’t love our puck management in the second. I thought in the third we were working, trying to tie it up. We gave up too many odd-man rushes. We didn’t do it together enough. There were a lot of positives to build off of.”

Bishop agreed.

“As frustrated as we are, there is still 90% of the season left,” Bishop said. “There is still time to fix this ship, but it needs to be more urgency from everybody. We have to find.a way to get the W. No matter what it is.”

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“I think the best thing that happened to our group was pretty much staying together,” said winger and Pastrnak’s linemate Brad Marchand, who had two assists. “We didn’t lose or bring in that many guys. It’s allowed us to continue our chemistry and kind of roll in from last year.

“It’s easy to get into the game early in the season when you feel comfortable with one another.”

Jaroslav Halak stopped 30 shots and top centre Patrice Bergeron added an assist for the Bruins, the Cup runner-up off to a 5-1 start.

The Pastrnak-Marchand-Bergeron trio has accounted for 24 points, with Pastrnak collecting 10 and Marchand nine.

“We’ve been together a long time now,” Pastrnak said. “It’s kind of expected from us.”

Rickard Rakell and Adam Henrique scored for the Ducks, and John Gibson made 19 saves. Anaheim has lost two of three after winning its first three games this season.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Anaheim Ducks aren’t scoring many goals. They haven’t needed many in winning four of their first five games.

The Ducks surrendered just one goal in each of the four wins this season and gave up only two in their only setback. Meanwhile, they’re averaging just over two goals per game. But it’s been enough.

Anaheim got assistance from a carom off the skate of an official and a great game from 39-year-old goaltender Ryan Miller in his first start of the season, beating the Columbus Blue Jackets 2-1 on Friday night.

Miller was slotted in for regular starter John Gibson on the second night of a back-to-back. That gives Miller a 1.0 goals per game average to go along with Miller’s 1.26.

“He played great, kept us in the hockey game,” said Ducks defenceman Cam Fowler, who scored the goal that counted as the winner. “That’s what you expect out of a guy like him who’s been around a long time. He prepares himself, works, hard, does the little extra things in practice to make sure he’s prepared for the game, and I was happy to see his hard work pay off.”

After a scoreless first period, Anaheim’s Jakob Silverberg got a short-handed goal when he put back a rebound to cap an odd-man rush that was set up by a deflection off a lineman’s skate. Fowler scored two minutes later, taking a drop pass from Ondrej Kase and beating Korpisalo from the right circle.

“The big play is when they score short-handed,” Columbus coach John Tortorella said. “It was an unlucky one. It went off the ref’s skate. They score, then we give up an odd-man rush and they score (again). You just can’t do that.”

Dubois made it a one-goal game late in the second when he tore down the left side and delivered a sharp-angle shot that went in off Miller’s arm. The Blue Jackets hit the post on at least two other occasions.

“I think we could have a little bit more traffic in front of him,” Dubois said. “We got some shots, traffic, none going in.”

Miller shut down Columbus’ best chance to tie the score when he got a stick on Seth Jones’ point-blank shot on a short-handed rush with about 11 minutes left in the game.

“There’s not many situations that you can throw at him that he hasn’t been through,” Anaheim coach Dallas Eakins said. “He’s calm back there. He’s almost like a second coach back there sometimes.”

Columbus pulled the goalie with two minutes remaining but managed only two shots with the man advantage.

“Win it any way you can,” Miller said. “We’re still getting comfortable in certain positions with some young guys, guys are slotting into different spots, rotating almost. There’s going to be flow eventually.”

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“Those are the kind of nights where the puck kind of finds you,” Anaheim defenceman Hampus Lindholm said of Pastrnak. “He had one of those nights.”

Pastrnak completed his hat trick with an unassisted goal off a faceoff. He stole the puck from defenceman Josh Manson and slipped a wrist shot between John Gibson’s pads 2:20 into the third period to make it 3-1, prompting fans to throw hats on the ice.

The 23-year-old forward scored 2:14 later off a nice feed from Marchand, who sent a pass from the left circle to Pastrnak. He was at the edge of the far post, where he redirected the puck into the net.

Eight seconds into Michael Del Zotto’s penalty for slashing, the Bruins made it 1-0 when Bergeron sent a backhand pass from the slot to Pastrnak, who one-timed a shot past Gibson just 4:18 into the game.

Boston made it 2-0 less than a minute after Halak made the second of two stellar stops midway through the second period. Marchand stole the puck from Lindholm and fed it to Pastrnak, who had just left the bench. The winger beat Gibson with a wrist shot from the right circle at 11:38.

Halak stopped two clean break-ins to keep the Ducks off the scoreboard until late in the period. On the first, Ondrej Kase cut in and the goalie made a blocker save on a backhander. Max Jones skated in alone from the right circle on the second chance, getting off a backhander while being hooked by defenceman Steven Kampfer.

Rakell beat Halak with a wrist shot to the glove side, slicing it to 2-1 with 2:08 left in the second.

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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Duke Williams stopped dreaming of scoring his first NFL touchdown some three years ago, when the receiver essentially walked away from football.

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And it sure looked as if the NFL had no interest in a once-promising player with a checkered past after Williams was kicked out of Auburn five games into his senior season following a bar fight in which he broke a teammate’s jaw.

“I wasn’t thinking about football no more,” Williams said Monday, when he rejoined the Cheap Buffalo Bills Jerseys
(4-1) for practice following the team’s bye week. “I didn’t know what I was going to do.”

Williams has made the most of second chances during a career arc that has impressed and surprised many, including him.

He spent two years in Edmonton, Alberta, where he led the Canadian Football League with 1,579 yards receiving last season. He signed with Buffalo in January but was among the team’s final cuts in August.

Williams then went from spending the first four weeks on Buffalo’s practice squad to scoring the decisive touchdown in a 14-7 win at Tennessee in his NFL debut as a 26-year-old rookie on Oct. 8.

With Buffalo facing third-and-3 from Tennessee’s 7, Williams burst inside and had a step on a defender to make a two-handed grab of Josh Allen’s pass with 9:46 remaining.

“Never give up. Never give up,” Williams said.

“I had my days and my doubts, like, ‘Man, this is not going to work out,’” he added. “But at the end of the day, I overcame adversity and it made me the man who I am today. I don’t regret nothing.”

He finished catching all four passes thrown in his direction for 29 yards, and was second among Bills receivers in playing 50 snaps as he took over the slot receiver’s role previously held by Zay Jones.

Williams’ performance was so encouraging, the Bills traded Jones — a former second-round pick — to Oakland the following day for a 2021 fifth-round draft pick.

General manager Brandon Beane said Williams’ promotion was likely going to cut into Jones’ playing time. Beane added he had previously turned down trade offers for Jones dating to the preseason.

“I think it was timing more than anything, but it helps to know the guy you brought up came in and it wasn’t too big for him, but I never thought it would be for Duke,” Beane said.
It’s Week 6 of the 2019 NFL season. With the halfway mark fast approaching, here’s one thing each of the league’s 32 teams and football fans should be thankful for this weekend:

AFC East

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(5-0): Scheduling

New England has allowed a league-low 6.8 points per game this season. That number includes 14 points off a special teams fumble returned for a touchdown and a pick-six against the New York Jets. The actual Patriots defence has allowed an average of 4.0 points per game. For perspective, the 2000 Baltimore Ravens allowed an average of 10.3 points per game. The 1985 Chicago Bears gave up 12.4 points per game. That isn’t to say that this defence is as good as either of those units. It certainly helps that four of their first five opponents have a combined 1-17 record.

Buffalo Bills (4-1): Scheduling

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are 4-1 heading into a bye in Week 6. Still, the best may be yet to come. Buffalo’s remaining schedule includes two games against the lowly Miami Dolphins as well as games against the Washington Redskins, Denver Broncos, Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Jets. If they win those six games, Buffalo will be guaranteed 10 wins. At the very least, that should translate into an AFC Wild Card spot.

New York Jets (0-4): A Healthy Quarterback

Maybe things would have been different for the Jets if Sam Darnold never contracted mono. Or, maybe not. But after watching Luke Falk average 109.0 passing yards over his last two starts, Jets’ fans will be thankful just to see Darnold return in time for Sunday’s date with the Dallas Cowboys.

Miami Dolphins (0-4): Tanking

Miami’s entire offence has 900 total yards through four games. Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey has 866 total yards. A Dolphins tank is legitimate. However, with a long list of top quarterback prospects eligible for the 2020 NFL Draft, including Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa, all will be forgiven if Miami lands a franchise quarterback in April.

AFC North

Baltimore Ravens (3-2): Running Backs That Play Quarterback

In all seriousness, Lamar Jackson is a stud. He just matched teammate Robert Griffin III’s NFL record as the fastest quarterbacks in NFL history to reach 1,000 career rushing yards, needing only 21 games. Coming off his worst performance of the season, Jackson will have an excellent opportunity to bounce back against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.

Cleveland Browns (2-3): Video Evidence

The video of Monday night’s loss to the San Francisco 49ers probably isn’t worth replaying, but at lease there is evidence that Baker Mayfield didn’t actually snub cornerback Richard Sherman.

Pittsburgh Steelers (1-4): Minkah Fitzpatrick

Fitzpatrick has looked every bit the part of a rising star at his position since being drafted 11th overall by the Dolphins in 2018. While we won’t know the true value of the first-round pick the Steelers traded away to get him until the end of the season, we can at least acknowledge that Fitzpatrick has provided a substantial upgrade for Pittsburgh at a significant position of need.

Cincinnati Bengals (0-5): A.J. Green’s Return

The star wide receiver won’t practice this week but he could return in time for a Week 7 matchup with the Jaguars. Or, he could be back just in time to fetch a decent return should Cincinnati opt to trade him. Would the Bengals pull the trigger on a trade involving Green?

AFC South

Houston Texans (3-2): Deshaun Watson

Watson earned his second AFC Offensive Player of the Week nod of the season after throwing for 426 yards and five touchdowns in a 53-32 win over the Atlanta Falcons. Despite being pressured on 41 per cent of his drop backs, Watson has thrown for 1,364 yards and 11 touchdowns with just one interception. He ranks fifth in DVOA at his position, according to Pro Football Focus.

Indianapolis Colts (3-2): Jacoby Brissett

The Colts are coming off a road win in prime time, at one of the most hostile stadiums in the NFL, against the previously undefeated Kansas City Chiefs. Pretty impressive for a team that lost its franchise quarterback a week before the season started. Jacoby Brissett has done his part to get to 3-2.

Jacksonville Jaguars (2-3): Minshew Mania

Has Gardner Minshew III already done enough to earn the nod at quarterback over Nick Foles when the latter returns from injury? The Jaguars are relevant again and Minshew is the biggest reason for it.

Tennessee Titans (2-3): Made Field Goals

The Titans didn’t waste any time replacing Cairo Santos with another former Bears kicker in Cody Parkey after the former missed four field goal attempts in a 14-7 loss to the Bills. Parkey’s next attempt will be his first since the memorable double doink that cost Chicago a chance to advance in last year’s NFC Wild Card Game loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.

AFC West

Kansas City Chiefs (4-1): New England Patriots

Kansas City won four straight to open the season before hitting a wall against Indianapolis. Sure, the Chiefs have been hit hard by injuries. Still, it isn’t like their franchise quarterback retired abruptly in the middle of the preseason. What stood out most from the loss was the way the Colts were able to execute the same plan of attack that New England used in last year’s AFC Championship Game. Indianapolis pounded the rock with Marlon Mack on offence and played tough man-to-man coverage to slow down Patrick Mahomes on defence. The Cheap New England Patriots Jerseys
may have exposed a potential formula for beating Kansas City. But if Mahomes and company can learn from those losses, address their vulnerabilities and make an effort to correct them before the playoffs, it could be the difference that puts them over the top as a Super Bowl contender.

Oakland Raiders (3-2): Disco Dancing

Apparently, Jon Gruden considers the moves he broke out after last week’s win over the Chicago Bears “Disco Dancing.” Who knew?

Los Angeles Chargers (2-3): Potential

The bad news is that Melvin Gordon looked awful in Sunday’s 20-13 loss to the previously winless Denver Broncos. The good news is that the Chargers are still talented enough to contend for a playoff spot in the AFC. Five of the 12 playoff teams from last season had records below .500 after Week 5. It wouldn’t be a surprise if Phillip Rivers and company were one of the teams that turn things around this season.

Denver Broncos (1-4): A Win

Denver will no longer be mentioned in the same conversation as the NFL’s four remaining winless teams. That in itself is a win. However, the schedule won’t get any easier for the Broncos with games against the Titans, Chiefs and Colts over the next three weeks.

NFC East

Philadelphia Eagles (3-2): Carson Wentz

Injuries, drops and penalties have taken their toll on his numbers but Wentz has persevered. According to Pro Football Focus, Russell Wilson is the only active quarterback with a higher passing grade than Wentz heading into Week 6.

Dallas Cowboys (3-2): Returning Tackles

The bad news is that the Cowboys offence looked terrible in back-to-back losses to the New Orleans Saints and Green Bay Packers. The good news is that offensive tackles La’el Collins and Tyron Smith could be back in time for a must-win game against the New York Jets. Dallas will need them the rest of the way.
Williams will be expected to do more of the same on Sunday when Buffalo hosts Miami (0-5).

At 6-foot-3 and 225 pounds, Williams is Buffalo’s tallest receiver, and has also shown an ability to use his big body as a blocker and outmuscle defenders.

Williams first caught the Bills’ attention in the preseason when he had eight catches for 71 yards and two touchdowns, mostly against second- and third-string defences.

Failing to make Buffalo’s season-opening roster didn’t bother Williams, who instead took it as one more challenge to overcome.

“I wasn’t mad. I was happy I still had a job,” Williams said. “It was a blessing. I still attacked the day and attacked practice as if I was playing that Sunday. I never took a day off.”

Co-ordinator Brian Daboll said Williams is the type of player he roots for because of his work ethic and perseverance.

“First, let’s talk about the man. He’s come up the hard way,” Daboll said.

“He has had a lot of obstacles in his life that he’s had to overcome which have made him into the guy he is,” he added. “He came to work every day when he was on the practice squad, got better, knew the game plan. And those are the guys you bring up in-house that you’d like to give an opportunity to when they earn it. And he’s certainly earned it.”

Williams knows better than to take his debut lightly. He initially balked at an interview request because his first priority was heading to the weight room for a post-practice workout.

“You can never take anything for granted because as soon as you do, that’s how fast it can be taken away,” Williams said. “It was all fun and games last week, but it’s a business now, you know.”

NOTES: Backup RB Devin Singletary, who has missed three games with a left hamstring injury, and TE Tyler Kroft, who has yet to play this season with right foot and left ankle injuries, both took part in a brief non-contact practice. … LB Matt Milano (hamstring) worked out individually. … The Bills signed WR Jordan Veasy to their practice squad.