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RALEIGH, N. Cheap College Jerseys .C. - Eric Staal and Nathan Gerbe got the Carolina Hurricanes off on the right foot Tuesday night, ending their struggles against the Tampa Bay Lightning.Staal, who scored on Carolinas first shift Tuesday night, and Justin Faulk each had a goal and an assist as the Hurricanes led the rest of the way in a 4-2 victory that broke a six-game losing streak in the series.Jiri Tlusty also scored and Jordan Staal had two assists to help Carolina win its third straight. The Hurricanes, 7-2-1 in their last 10, snapped the Lightnings three-game winning streak.Carolina goalie Anton Khudobin finished with 28 saves for his sixth straight win.It was huge, Hurricanes coach Bill Peters said of the quick start. Playing catch-up hockey is losing hockey in this league. We want to start on time. Its part of the culture we want to establish, and weve done that here recently.Its been a good month. Guys have improved and weve continued to grow. Its all a process and a plan and well just continue to work the plan.Cedric Paquette and Brian Boyle scored for Tampa Bay. Ben Bishop stopped 18 shots to fall to 5-1-0 all-time against the Hurricanes.The Lightning had won nine of the previous 10 meetings.It was terrible, Lightning coach Jon Cooper said of his teams start. We came out and gave a goal up in the first (22) seconds. Thats unacceptable — its basically an own goal.But weve got to give them credit. Theyre going to the net and were down two-zip before you know it. I thought we carried the last half of the first, but their goalie made the saves.Carolina right wing Alexander Semin was a healthy scratch for the eighth time in 12 games since Jordan Staal rejoined the lineup following his recuperation from a broken leg.Carolina led 2-1 after the penalty-free first period despite being outshot 14-7.Eric Staal scored from the right circle on an assist from his brother Jordan just 22 seconds into the game, the puck ricocheting into the net off the stick of defenceman Anton Stralman.Well take it, Eric Staal said. We were down in there and and they were not as sharp with the puck down in their end. Its always nice to get a two-goal lead, especially against that team.Its been a lot more fun being on the right side of the games (after a 10-23-4 start.) Its a good feel with our lineup. Guys know their roles and whats being asked of them and theyre contributing.Gerbe doubled the lead at 6:05, picking up the puck in the left circle and slamming it past Bishop stick-side following Brett Bellemores blast from the right point that tipped Elias Lindholm before ricocheting off the end boards.Paquette got the Lightning on the board at 14:05, the puck slowly sliding between Khudobins pads off the skate of defenceman Bellemore in a crowded crease.Faulk added a power-play goal for the Hurricanes on a blast from the high slot at 7:27 of the second.In this league any team can win on any given night, said Faulk, who was the Hurricanes sole representative in the All-Star Game on Sunday. I know thats kind of cliche, but what separates the best teams from the worst teams is who does it more consistently, who brings their game 60 minutes. When were able to go that we can get up there. Its nice to have a full, healthy lineup every night.Boyle got a short-handed goal for Tampa Bay with 5:54 left in the second, when he stole the puck from Victor Rask along the left boards and skated in untouched.But Tlusty scored on a rush from Faulk at 7:53 of the third.NOTES: Tampa Bay will host Detroit on Tuesday night, while Carolina will host St. Louis on Friday night ... Eric Staals first-period goal was the Hurricanes fastest to start a game this season, and the earliest Carolina goal since Semin scored 16 seconds into a 3-2 win at Tampa Bay on April 21, 2013. ... Carolina D Ryan Murphy was recalled from Charlotte of the AHL on Tuesday. ... C Andrej Nestrasil and D John-Michael Liles were also healthy scratches for the Hurricanes. ... Carolina D Ryan Murphy was recalled from Charlotte (AHL) earlier on Tuesday. ... RW J.T. Brown and D Luke Witkowski were healthy scratches for Tampa Bay. Fake College Jerseys From China . The agreement comes a little more than one week after the video game manufacturer agreed to a $40 million settlement in a similar but separate case, bringing the total payout planned for athletes to $60 million, said Steve Berman, an attorney for the plaintiffs, and the NCAA. College Jerseys Black Friday . Berdych and Stepanek played all five matches when the Czechs beat Spain 3-2 in the final last November in Prague to win the countrys first title as an independent nation. . -- Jerry Rice Jr. BELGRADE, Serbia -- Canadas Milos Raonic turned to his most reliable weapon on Friday after rolling his ankle in a key Davis Cup matchup. Raonic fought off a match point and the injury in the third set to pull out a five-set victory over Serbias Janko Tipsarevic to tie the best-of-five Davis Cup at one match apiece. The 22-year-old from Thornhill, Ont., leaned heavily on his booming serve to avoid testing his taped ankle. "I felt like playing aggressively was the key. I started serving in the fourth (set) on and starting going for it more," said Raonic. "That helped me survive a lot of tough issues and then just kept plugging away." Raonic needed four hours 12 minutes to complete the 5-7, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, 10-8 victory at the Belgrade Arena. Earlier, top-ranked Novak Djokovic had little trouble in a 6-2, 6-0, 6-4 win over Vancouvers Vasek Pospisil. Of his 34 aces served up in the match, Raonic hit 17 in the fifth set alone. Raonic appeared to roll over on his ankle near the end of the third set but didnt receive treatment until the changeover to the fourth set. He got the ankle taped before going out to take the fourth set on the strength of seven more aces. He didnt know the extent of the problem but said he only noticed it on certain movements. After leaving the arena, Raonic was to receive some treatment and was adamant that hell be ready for his reverse singles match against Djokovic that kicks off the action on Sunday. "I wont think too much of it until I get more information," said Raonic. "Its just a waste of energy until I actually know whats actually happening." Heading into the fifth set there was another longer changeover when the referee called for the clay court to be watered. As a result, the fifth set started with the court still damp. Its always the referee who has discretion in such matters but Raonic didnt like how the situation was handled. "I dont think the issue is with it being watered, I think the issue is with how the head referee dealt with it," said Raonic. "I found it very unprofessional without consulting once and just I dont think he did a good job dealing with that situation. "Its disappointing because Im sure hes been in that situation many times." The victory takes some of the pressure off Pospisil and Torontos Daniel Nestor, who will team up in Saturdays doubles match against Ilija Bozoljac and Nenad Zimonic. Cyber Monday College Jerseys. A Raonic loss would have created a must-win situation for the Canadian doubles duo. Reverse singles matches are on tap for Sunday. The singles draws are flipped with Djokovic to open against Raonic and Tipsarevic to play Pospisil. The winner of the tie will play either the Czech Republic or Argentina in the final in November. The Czechs won both singles matches Friday for a 2-0 lead. Djokovic, who was coming off a loss to Rafael Nadal in the U.S. Open final on Monday, won 12 consecutive games midway through the opening match. He completed the victory in one hour 41 minutes. "Im not going to put up any excuses. Hes the No. 1 in the world for a reason and I thought he played amazing," said Pospisil. "He didnt make any mistakes. I have to play my best tennis to keep it close and I was playing well in the beginning and after I went down a break I started panicking a bit and wasnt playing my best." Pospisil has had a breakthrough season and is up to No. 41 in the world rankings. However, he was unable to put much pressure on Djokovic and committed 75 unforced errors. There was a small pocket of Canadian fans in the 15,000-seat venue and they were in full voice early as Pospisil easily held serve in the opening game. Pospisil had his serve broken in the fifth game and Djokovic took control. Djokovic appeared fresh despite a busy travel week and limited practice time. He needed only 28 minutes to win the second set. "I was forcing it too much and I wasnt in my own skin," said Pospisil. "He makes you do that by just being Novak and playing the way he was playing, he maybe forced me to go for a little too much and there was probably a 45-minute period where it probably wasnt too pretty for my side." Pospisil played better in the third set despite being broken in the first game. He held serve the rest of the way but Djokovic was steady and secured the win when Pospisil put a shot into the net. Canada, which upset Spain and Italy in Vancouver to advance, has never reached the Davis Cup semifinals in the modern era. Serbia, meanwhile, is trying to get back to the final after winning the event in 2010. ' ' '

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