Match recap: Santos Laguna 1, Tigres UANL 1
Santos plays well but a Carlos Salcedo goal deep in stoppage salvages a draw for Tigres.Santos took the game to Tigres from the opening whistle, stealing the ball early and getting Brian Lozano a tough angle shot but Nahuel Guzmán easily stopped it. Play stopped for a bit in the fourth minute with Félix Torres taking a bump in the stomach from André-Pierre Gignac. Torres was able to come off under his own power and return shortly after. Santos had another good chance in the 21st minute when Ayrton Preciado was able to go up and over Luis “Chaka” Rodríguez and get his head onto a cross floated into the box, but it went wide of the net.
Jarry solid again as Penguins beat Jets to end perfect trip.
Jarry robbed Toninato early in the first, but midway through the period, Toninato ended the goalie's shutout streak when he got a loose puck and fired in a low shot. “We got on our heels a little bit in the first period,” Pittsburgh coach Mike Sullivan said. “Give (the Jets ) credit, they came out hard on their toes and they’re a talented team, but I thought we did a pretty good job just grabbing hold of ourselves and just try to turn the momentum a little bit, just simplifying the game.”
The Pens get the first chance on the game’s first shift when Jake Guentzel feeds Sidney Crosby on a 2 -on-1 and requires a great save by Connor Hellebuyck to keep the puck out of the net. It’s one of only five Pittsburgh shots in the first, as the Pens pretty much barely possessed the puck and spent a lot of time in their defensive zone. That isn’t a winning strategy and it cost them as Winnipeg opened the scoring. Jarry finally saw his long shutout streak ended at 161 minutes and 33 seconds as the Jets ’ Dominic Toninato converts a shot after a prolonged stretch that had the Penguins pinned in their own
Sometimes a weekend matinee NHL game can be a bit sluggish. The Penguins and Jets didn’t get that memo as they exchanged chances, big hits and goals in Pittsburgh on Sunday, including a heart-pounding overtime that saw action and near-misses on both sides of the ice. © Photo by Jeanine Leech/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images
The game started rough for the Penguins, who already announced forward Zach Aston-Reese was placed on the IR. Unfortunately, it was a sign for things to come in the first period with forwards going down. Without Aston-Reese, Brian Boyle dressed and the Pens started the game with Evan Rodrigues — not Kasperi Kapanen — on Evgeni Malkin’s right wing.
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This week: We recap the Penguins’ games against the Buffalo Sabres ( 3 - 2 SOW), and the New Jersey Devils ( 3 - 2 W).
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Recap : Star power, goalie switch helps the Pens win ninth straight gameIt wasn’t pretty but after falling down 3-1
It wasn’t pretty, again, but it was a win , again. The Pens complete a four game homestand with a fourth win , 3 - 2 over NYR.
2020 first overall pick Alexis Lafreniere has a wide open net and great opportunity for his first career NHL goal, but he can’t finish it. With 3:24 left, the Rangers do get the game’s first goal. Colin Blackwell, who wasn’t in the lineup last game, tips an Adam Fox shot five-hole by Jarry to make it 1-0.
The first period turned into something of a war of attrition for the home team. Teddy Blueger left the game after being smashed into the boards by Brendon Dillon. Blueger was left a bloody mess, leaving a large trail of red on the ice for his skate back to the locker-room.
Dillon, listed at 6’4, leaves his skates and makes Blueger’s head the principle point of contact, a clear violation of Rule 48.1. No penalty was called on the play.
The next injury was a fluke and self-inflicted when Jake Guentzel’s shot drilled Bryan Rust in the arm. Rust immediately screamed and expletive and headed to the locker-room for the rest of the period.
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Tristan Jarry made 34 saves for his first NHL shutout, a 4-0 victory for the Pittsburgh Penguins against the Buffalo Sabres at KeyBank Center on Friday.It was the rookie goaltender's first start since No. 1 goalie
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Video: Jarry , Pens shut out Sabres, 4-0.
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PITTSBURGH -- Tristan Jarry made 36 saves in a 4-1 win for the Pittsburgh Penguins against the
Guentzel gave Pittsburgh a 2-1 lead by finishing a breakaway with a backhand around Blackwood's
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Alex DeBrincat scored at 1:27 of overtime to give the Chicago Blackhawks a 3 - 2 win against the St
The next two injuries happened in succession as Winnipeg defenseman Nathan Beaulieu checked a spinning Brock McGinn from behind into the boards. McGinn was shaken up on the play and linemate Brian Boyle stood up for his fallen teammate with a fight against Beaulieu. Only problem was Boyle appeared to hurt his arm in the fisticuffs.
By the end of the first period, Pittsburgh was down to just eight available forwards. Fortunately, Rust, McGinn and Boyle were all able to return for the start of the second period, all apparently not much worse for wear. Blueger was not able to play again in this game.
For a team that usually starts games well and commands the NHL’s best first period performance via goal differential, the Penguins were on their heels early as the Jets looked like the stronger team. The Pens were bailed out time and again by goalie Tristan Jarry, who was playing not only his third game in less than 72 hours, but also performing as by far the best player on the ice for Pittsburgh.
Recap: Denver’s offense goes cold in the 4th, they lose to the Jazz 125-102
This game was close for three quarters but the Jazz dominated the fourth quarter on both sides of the ballWith this win, Utah remains undefeated within the division. They are now 3-0 against Denver this season and have scored 115+ in each game. The Nuggets kept pace with this high scoring offense for much of the game but Utah controlled the fourth quarter, outscoring Denver 34-14. The Nugget killer Bojan Bogdanovic was back at it again with 21 points on 8-15 shooting. He and Mitchell led the scoring charge tonight as Mitchell was the game’s highest scorer with 31 points.
The third period didn’t result in anything interesting, and the two teams went into OT tied. However, the Caps dropped the OT result after a 2-1 rush goal by Kasperi Kapanen, falling to the Penguins 3 - 2 in OT.
Plus: The Caps iced their reverse retro jerseys for the first time this year, and looked really, really spiffy throughout. [Editor’s note: the opinions of the recap writer do not necessarily reflect those of Japers’ Rink.]
It only took Winnipeg 3:28 to get on the board, though. Captain Blake Wheeler got on the board for only his second goal of the season, scoring off the rush on a backhander against the grain that caught Jarry leaning. Nice shot and he was moving with a lot of speed to make it 1-0.
But one goal was all Jarry would surrender in the first, making several clutch saves to hold his team into the game.
Part of this game felt like a one-on-one battle of Jarry vs. Winnipeg sniper Kyle Connor. Connor had never scored against Pittsburgh in his career, and he scores against just about everybody. Connor’s mission looked like it was to get on the scoreboard with seven shots on the game, several of them on incredible looks at the net.
Jarry held Connor at bay for a while, but 8:11 into the second period, Connor would finally get on the board against Pittsburgh.
It only took nine seconds in the middle of the third period for the Pens to get it back. Coach Mike Sullivan decided to move Kapanen back up to Malkin’s line, and it paid off with Pittsburgh’s first goal. Malkin fired a shot/pass towards Kapanen, who just angled his skate so the puck had a target to bounce off of and into the net past Connor Hellebuyck, who was just as brilliant as Jarry.
Then Jeff Carter took advantage of Hellebuyck’s one major mistake to tie the game just seconds later and send the PPG Paints audience into a frenzy. The Winnipeg goalie left his crease to play the puck, but didn’t move it quickly enough and Carter intercepted the attempt in the corner. With Hellebuyck scrambling to get back in position, Carter quickly flicked the puck to the empty net from no angle, and went in.
That would be all the support Jarry would need, making the tie stand through a frenetic overtime and stopping all three Winnipeg shooters he saw in the shootout. Sidney Crosby recorded the game’s lone shootout goal to have Pittsburgh earn the win and the second point in the standings.
The Pens have now won five straight and 16 of their last 18 games. Their long homestand continues on Tuesday against the Arizona Coyotes.
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No one else comes close to Jon Rahm’s odds to win the Famers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines. The defending U.S. Open winner at Torrey Pines is +700 at BetMGM to be crowned the champion of the Farmers on Saturday. The tournament starts Wednesday and ends a day earlier than normal to avoid going head-to-head with the NFL’s championship games. Rahm is getting 5.3% of the bets and those bets make up over 20% of the handle wagered on the tournament winner. Rahm is at +150 to finish in the top five and at -145 to finish in the top 10. No other golfer has better than +140 odds to finish in the top 10. Justin Thomas is the No. 2 favorite and his odds are double Rahm’s at +1400.