Windies bat first in champs trophy final as Oilers defeat Blues

Windies bat first in champs trophy final as Oilers defeat Blues By John Hartson LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los 우리카지노Angeles lost its fourth of five games Saturday to make the playoffs, losing to the Edmonton Oilers at Staples Center in the Western Conference semifinals. The Oilers led 6-3 late in the third period before the Canucks pulled away for a 5-3 victory. Tyson Jost scored early on and Justin Schultz scored on a two-on-one with 3:40 remaining to give Edmonton a 3-2 lead. fundas iphone x xs Jordan Eberle scored for the Oilers (4-3-1), who outshot the Blues (3-2-1) 20-9 in the third period. “We have to control the tempo,” Lindy Ruff said. custodia cover samsung Ryan Nugent-Hopkins scored on a deflection goal by Alex Biega after a power play tied the game after two periods. fundas iphone 5 5s se Darnell Nurse scored on the Oilers’ power play to make it 3-2, and Ryan Whitney made the scoring save on Sergei Bobrovsky’s slap shot. “In the end, (we were) a little behind, but we held on,” goaltender Brian Elliott said. “There were a couple tough penalties that got the puck back to us, so we got better after those.” An offensive goal by Brian Gibbons brought Los Angeles back ahead 6-5, and Jamie McGinn scored the empty-netter of his NHL career with 3:46 remaining. fundas samsung galaxy s10e 카지노 사이트 Ruff scored to make it a tie after an in-goal controversy on a two-on-one, when Derek Dorsett skated into the middle of a faceoff and fired hard from the right face-off dot. It got ugly and quickly ended. A power play from Blake Wheeler put the Canucks on their heels, going 0-for-3 from the point and letting in three goals in the first 21 minutes. He scored on a two-on-one and a shorthanded breakaway to give the Blues a 3-1 lead. custodia cover huawei It never looked as if the Canucks could get back in the game. An Alex Biega goal tied the game at 6 a.m. fundas samsung galaxy s9 after a high stick to the face of Dorsett ended the threat. The Blues continued the scoring with a power play at 11:39, but Eric Cole couldn’t take it.

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