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The Carolina Hurricanes
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Data: 13 mar 2019 - 03:41:41

RALEIGH Detroit Red Wings Hoodies Authentic , N.C. (AP) &#8212; and Buffalo Sabres kept shooting pucks off each other&#8217;s players &#8212; and they kept going in the net.Sebastian Aho and the Hurricanes simply did it more often.Aho scored two goals off the skates of Buffalo defensemen, and the Hurricanes held on to beat the Sabres 4-3 on Friday night, spoiling Jeff Skinner&#8217;s return to Raleigh.&#8220;Sometimes you don&#8217;t get those bounces, and today, both of my goals were lucky,&#8221; Aho said. &#8220;So that&#8217;s how it goes, but a good win.&#8221;Micheal Ferland had a deflected goal and two assists, Justin Williams also scored and Teuvo Teravainen added two assists. The Hurricanes scored three goals in 7:27 of the second period and have won five of six for the first time this season to move within five points of a playoff spot.&#8220;Huge. You can either go one way or the other,&#8221; Williams said, referring to a 3-1 loss at Tampa Bay the night before. &#8220;Tough loss, felt we deserved better, blah, blah, blah. You&#8217;ve heard that before this season. But the jump-back here for a team that was waiting for us last night &#8212; big win.&#8221;Skinner scored his 30th goal in his first game against Carolina since he was traded to the Sabres. Jason Pominville also scored and Kyle Okposo pulled Buffalo within one with a deflected goal of his own with 3:12 remaining.The Sabres have lost five of seven, going 2-4-1 in that stretch. They had Jack Eichel back in the lineup after the center with a team-best 49 points missed three games with an upper-body injury.&#8220;Those bounces go both ways,&#8221; Skinner said. &#8220;You just have to do a good job of working for your own bounces and eliminating as many opportunities (for the other team) as you can.&#8221;Curtis McElhinney made 30 saves for Carolina. Carter Hutton stopped 26 shots for the Sabres but gave up three fluky goals &#8212; including two to Aho.Carolina led 3-2 after a flurry in which the teams combined for three goals in a 72-second stretch of the second Detroit Red Wings Hats Authentic , with Aho&#8217;s goal off Rasmus Dahlin&#8217;s skate following Pominville&#8217;s tying one-timer and a wrist shot from Williams that started it all.Aho then stretched it to 4-2 with 7:33 left in the period when his wraparound shot clicked off Jake McCabe&#8217;s skate and by Hutton.Okposo made it a one-goal game late with &#8212; what else? &#8212; a tipped goal when his pass down the goal line bounced off the stick of Carolina forward Saku Maenalanen and past McElhinney.&#8220;We don&#8217;t seem to make things easy,&#8221; Williams said. &#8220;We got up a couple goals, and gave up one late, and then are really scrambling. That, we have to clean up. I&#8217;m happy we&#8217;re getting the two points, but important to make it easy on ourselves, if we can.&#8221;Those strange goals overshadowed Skinner&#8217;s return to Raleigh , which came on the same day he was picked for the All-Star Game for the first time since he was a rookie with Carolina and in the midst of the first of his six 20-goal seasons in eight years with the Hurricanes.They traded him to Buffalo in August for Cliff Pu and three draft picks, and with a goal total surpassed only by Washington star Alex Ovechkin this season, he&#8217;s certainly fit right in with his new team.&#8220;It&#8217;s a good feeling. It sort of summarizes my time here, the way I feel,&#8221; Skinner said. &#8220;I had a good time here as a player here, as a part of the community. Just a lot of good memories.&#8221;Skinner&#8217;s 30th goal tied it at 1 with 20.7 seconds left in the first, when he whacked a rebound out of midair past McElhinney. It came after Ferland was credited with the first weird goal of the night with 9:35 to go. His shot hit off Hutton&#8217;s glove before bouncing off the top of the net and off Marco Scandella&#8217;s stick before trickling across the line.NOTES: Williams has points in six straight games. &#8230; Skinner has four goals in four games. &#8230; This was Ferland&#8217;s first career three-point game. &#8230; Carolina D Justin Faulk and Buffalo C Johan Larsson dropped their gloves late in the second. Both players received roughing penalties, with Faulk&#8217;s a double minor. &#8230; The Sabres made room for Eichel by sending LW C.J. Smith to their AHL affiliate in Rochester.UP NEXTSabres: Play host to Tampa Bay on Saturday night.Hurricanes: Play host to Nashville on Sunday. PITTSBURGH (AP) Having home ice is supposed to be an advantage in the NHL. So far in the 2018 playoffs, the only guarantee to playing at home is a monochrome backdrop provided by fans in team-specific T-shirts.Consider the following:&#8211; The Pittsburgh Penguins finished with the second-worst road record among the 16 playoff teams. Then the two-time defending Stanley Cup champions ripped off three wins in Philadelphia to kickstart their pursuit of a three-peat and backed it up with another victory in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series in Washington.&#8211; The Capitals dropped Games 1 and 2 at home in overtime against Columbus in the opening round only to beat the Blue Jackets three times in Columbus on their way to advancing to the NHL&#8217;s final eight for the fourth consecutive year.&#8211; Winnipeg posted an NHL-high 32 wins on home ice. One of their seven regulation home losses Custom Detroit Red Wings Jerseys , however, was a wild 6-5 setback at the hands of Nashville in February. The Predators&#8216; triumph helped them win the Presidents Trophy and guarantee home ice through the playoffs. The Jets, of course, won the series opener in Nashville to steal that advantage.Home teams are just 26-26 so far in the playoffs heading into Tuesday, when Pittsburgh hosts Washington (7:30 p.m. Eastern, NBCSN) and Winnipeg welcomes the Predators (8 p.m., CNBC). Both series are tied after the visitors claimed their respective openers on the road.Asked why the games have become a coin flip regardless of venue, Penguins coach Mike Sullivan &#8211; whose team was outplayed at PPG Paints Arena by Philadelphia in Game 2 and Game 5 in the opening round &#8211; admits he can&#8217;t really come up with a reason.&#8221;I don&#8217;t know if I have answer for you that makes sense,&#8221; Sullivan said Monday. &#8221;Sometimes when teams go on the road, they have tendency to simplify their game &#8230; I know our team historically has been very good at home and I believe we will continue to do that.&#8221;If Pittsburgh wants to become the first franchise in 35 years to win three straight titles, it doesn&#8217;t really have much of a choice. Though Sullivan is right in that the Penguins are pretty good at PPG Paints Arena, they&#8217;ve only been so-so when facing the Capitals. Washington won Game 3 and Game 6 in Pittsburgh during the 2017 postseason and wrapped up its third straight Metropolitan Division title with a 3-1 win there on April 1.&#8221;You&#8217;ve got to create your own momentum, but it gives you good memories,&#8221; Capitals coach Barry Trotz said. &#8221;If you have to go back into the memory bank, at least we have one. Those are things that you can bank on maybe for some positive feeling going forward.&#8221;Predators forward Nick Bonino couldn&#8217;t offer up any specifics about Nashville&#8217;s victory in Winnipeg even though it happened all of two months ago, saying only &#8221;I&#8217;m sure we played a solid road game.&#8221;The road does offer the visiting team a sense of routine. There aren&#8217;t as many friends or family around. No kids waking up in the middle of the night. No traffic to deal with in most places. Just wake up , suit up and go play.&#8221;You go out to dinner, there&#8217;s not really any distractions,&#8221; Bonino said. &#8221;You&#8217;re there for hockey.&#8221;And the hockey in both series has been spectacular. Nashville avoided heading to Canada in an 0-2 hole with a thrilling double-overtime escape in Game 2. Washington responded after blowing a two-goal, third-period lead in Game 1 by winning a predictably chippy Game 2.That chippiness included a questionable hit by Washington&#8217;s Tom Wilson to Pittsburgh defenseman Brian Dumolin&#8217;s head in the second period that sent Dumolin into the concussion protocol. Dumolin skated with his teammates on Monday and his status &#8211; much like the status of star center Evgeni Malkin (lower body) and Carl Hagelin (upper body) &#8211; won&#8217;t be determined until Tuesday.Wilson was not penalized for the hit and received a pass from the league when it opted not to schedule a disciplinary hearing to review the play. While Dumolin said he didn&#8217;t see Wilson coming because he was bracing for a hit by Alex Ovechkin, Wilson claimed Dumolin turned his head just before impact leaving Wilson with no time to react.&#8221;He stops and turns and I&#8217;m kind of right there as (Ovechkin) is coming in pretty aggressively,&#8221; Wilson said. &#8221;It&#8217;s a collision.&#8221;Pittsburgh star Kris Letang wasn&#8217;t surprised Wilson&#8217;s hit wasn&#8217;t deemed illegal. Why?&#8221;Because we don&#8217;t know anymore (what&#8217;s legal and illegal),&#8221; he said.And we don&#8217;t know what a given night is going to bring anymore either. Home teams get to sleep in their beds. They get the luxury of the last line change before faceoffs, allowing them to get the matchups they want. And so far it has made zero difference in the result.&#8221;It doesn&#8217;t have to be pretty always on the road,&#8221; Predators defenseman Matt Irwin said. &#8221;I think we embrace that.&#8221;&#8212;AP Hockey Writer Stephen Whyno in Washington, D.C., and AP Sports Writer Teresa Walker in Nashville, Tennessee, contributed to this report.

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