INDIANAPOLIS -- Adam Vinatieri had two wishes in free agency. Robin Lopez Jersey . He wanted to win one more Super Bowl ring for his thumb, and he wanted to do it with the Colts. Indianapolis refused to let the 41-year-old kicker slip away Wednesday, re-signing Vinatieri just hours before he was to become an unrestricted free agent. "Id like to be here if the cards fall right," Vinatieri said in January, after the Colts were eliminated with a playoff loss at New England, where he won three Super Bowls. "Obviously this locker rooms awesome. Ive got a lot of friends in this locker room and Ive got the most admiration for the ownership here and coaches and staff and everything. So if its up to me, Id love to be here." Terms of the deal were not announced by the team. But the signing was well-received by Vinatieris current and future teammates, especially those on a kicking unit that has developed a tight bond over the past two seasons. Indy kept punter and kickoff specialist Pat McAfee last week, agreeing to a five-year deal. Long snapper Matt Overton, who went to the Pro Bowl last season, is already under contract. Not surprisingly, Overton and McAfee, two avid fans of Twitter, didnt take long to respond to the news Vinatieri would return to Indy for his 19th NFL season. Overton wrote: "The #4thDownPlayers are back! Congrats to @adamvinatieri & @PatMcAfeeShow on signing new deals!" Later, McAfee, added this: "The Kick attack is back Jack." Vinatieri is widely considered the best clutch kicker in league history. He made two Super Bowl-winning kicks with New England, where he won three Super Bowl rings. He might be best known, however, for making the tying kick to force overtime and the winning kick in overtime in a driving snowstorm to beat Oakland in the "Tuck Rule" playoff game. That win helped propel the Patriots to their first Super Bowl title. He left New England as a free agent following the 2005 season and landed with the Colts, where he immediately won a fourth Super Bowl. The Colts made it back to the Super Bowl following the 2009 season, but lost to New Orleans when Vinatieri was on injured reserve. For most of last season, Vinatieri was the oldest player in the league. He turned 41 in December. But he still had it. Vinatieri finished with the second-highest point total of his career (139), made 35 of 40 field goals and became the seventh player in league history to top 2,000 career points. Hes the second player in league history to score at least 800 points with two teams and needs one more 100-point season to break Jason Elams career record of 16. The Vinatieri signing is the latest in a flurry of moves the Colts have made going into free agency. They signed former Browns linebacker DQwell Jackson last week, then released starting centre Samson Satele to save about $4 million under the new $133 million salary cap. 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OTTAWA -- Its one thing to impress your coach. Its another to do it with as much zeal as the New York Islanders. The Islanders fired 57 shots en route to a 5-4 shootout win against the Ottawa Senators on Friday. New York captain John Tavares said he hoped coach Jack Capuano liked what he saw. "Im sure its going to make our coach feel good. Hes always talking about getting a lot of pucks to the net and shots," Tavares said. "I think whats important is that we got the W and we got the 5-4 win. If its the other way around and lose in the shootout and we had that many shots it can be a little frustrating, but this is something to build on and carry over to the next game." Frans Nielsen scored the tying goal in the third period and then the only goal of the shootout in the Islanders win. Nielsen moved in on Senators goaltender Robin Lehner and put a backhand in on his teams second shot of the shootout, and last they would need. The Islanders (5-5-3) won for just the third time in their past 10 games while also getting goals from Matt Martin, Tavares and Pierre-Marc Bouchard in regulation with 27 saves from Evgeni Nabokov. "It thought we played well and I thought structurally we were good and you want to get rewarded when you play well and the guys work ethic is where it needs to be," said Capuano. "We were resilient. When we play the way we know how to play we have success. Now we have to respond against a good (Boston) Bruins team tomorrow night." Erik Condra, Bobby Ryan, Mika Zibanejad and Clarke MacArthur scored for the Senators (4-6-3), but it was Lehner making the biggest contribution with 53 saves, including one off Thomas Vanek on a breakaway in overtime. Ryan said it was as though the Senators were trying to find ways to lose. "Yeah, we are. We find a way to go up two (goals) early and then we find a way to go up (two) in the second," said Ryan. "I dont know if its complacency. I dont know what sets in for us. Thats when we dont stick to the structure. "When you dont stick to the structure youve got a goalie thats asked to make (53) saves and thats unreasonable." MacArthurs goal was his first as a Senator since signing with the club as a free agent back in July. Ryan, who was acquired in a trade with the Anaheim Ducks the same day MacArthur signed, collected the 300th and 301st points of his career. Senators head coach Paul MacLean tried to find the positives following his teams fourth straight loss, and fifth in six games. "When things arent going your way and going real bad sometimes you feel like youre getting pummelled and pummelled and pummelled. I thought tonigght we had some guys dig in," MacLean said following the game that saw his two blow not one, but two two-goal leads to the Islanders. Cameron Payne Jersey. "At the end of the day we found a way to get something out of the game, and the guys started digging in. Any time youre in a tug of war you cant start pulling back until you dig in and stop the other side from pulling. Thats a good sign heading into tomorrow that enough is enough." Ottawa went into the intermission clinging to a 4-3 lead after a frantic finish to the second period that had two Senators in the penalty box for the final 55 seconds. When the third period resumed, the Islanders still had 57 seconds of a 5-on-3 advantage to work with on fresh ice. But they were unable to score, producing just two shots and double-digit passes. They did manage to tie the game at 3:14 of the third on Nielsens goal. There were a total of five goals in the second period as the Islanders scored twice in 28 seconds to tie the game before the Senators rallied to grab a 4-2 lead. Tavares had an empty net to deposit the puck in after a blind pass from Vanek found him alone in front. At 9:35 of the period Martin tied the game as he tipped a point shot from former Senator Matt Carkner past Lehner. The Senators responded with goals from Ryan and MacArthur at 12:34 and 14:47, respectively. With the teams playing 4-on-4 following a pair of minors, Bouchard put a rebound past Lehner from a sharp angle to pull New York back to within a goal. Zack Smith was the Ottawa player in the box at the time. Thirty seconds after the Bouchard goal Smith emerged from the penalty box but barely made it 10 feet before being penalized for interference just three seconds after his first infraction ended. Seven seconds after that Jared Cowen was called for holding, setting up the Islanders 5-on-3 that carried into the third period. Ottawa took a 2-0 lead in the first on goals by Condra, with his first of the season, and Zibanejad. Condra left the game in the second period with a muscle strain in his leg and didnt return. Notes: Derek Grants first-period assist Friday was his first NHL point in 11 career games, all with the Senators ... 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