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UNIONDALE, N. Marquez Valdes-Scantling Packers Jersey .Y. -- The New York Rangers last two wins have been satisfyingly similar. Sandwiched around their disappointing home-opening loss to Montreal, the Rangers secured a pair of road victories with third-period rallies on late goals by Benoit Pouliot and solid goaltending by rookie Cam Talbot. Pouliot netted the winner moments after defenceman Ryan McDonagh tied it, and the Rangers edged the New York Islanders 3-2 on Tuesday night at raucous Nassau Coliseum that featured fans of both teams dueling chants. "It feels good for everyone," said Pouliot, who also scored the winner Saturday at Detroit when the Rangers finished a nine-game trip. "After last nights loss we came in here ready to play." The Rangers brought a 3-6 mark back to Madison Square Garden on Monday, and lost 2-0. They managed only 15 goals in their first 10 games, so once they fell behind the Islanders 2-1 through two periods, a comeback wasnt the most likely scenario. Yet, it happened again. McDonagh got the Rangers even at 4:59 with their second power-play goal of the night, and Pouliot put them ahead for good off a pass from Carl Hagelin with 6:14 left. Talbot, subbing for No. 1 goalie Henrik Lundqvist, made 22 saves for his second win. He played in place of Lundqvist for the third time in four games, this time to give him a break from back-to-back games. "I am not really trying to surprise anyone," the 26-year-old Talbot said. "I am just trying to give the guys a chance to win when I go out there. "I know the team has got a lot of confidence in Hank back there, and Im just trying to give them confidence in me." McDonaghs goal was set up by a penalty for too many men on the ice that had Islanders coach Jack Capuano screaming at the officials. Cal Clutterbuck and Peter Regin had rallied the Islanders (4-5-3) in the second period after the Rangers took a 1-0 lead in the first. Evgeni Nabokov made 21 saves. "Our defence has to play better," Capuano said. "We played decent, but were making the same mistakes." The Rangers shut down John Tavares, Frans Nielsen and newcomer Thomas Vanek, who made his Islanders debut two days after he was acquired from the Buffalo Sabres. "We have a lot to get better at, and a good couple of days coming up to work on that," Tavares said. "We kept trying to find ways in the third to get opportunities." Chris Kreider scored in the first period for the Rangers, who rebounded after Mondays loss. The Rangers (4-7) have played all but one game on the road. The Islanders nudged ahead in a ragged second period in which both teams had defensive lapses and turnovers that created numerous scoring chances. The Islanders made the most of a miscue by forward Brad Richards, who was playing at the left point. Richards made a lunge to keep the puck in, but missed it. That allowed Clutterbuck to race the other way. With Richards chasing, Clutterbuck snapped off a textbook wrist shot that nestled into the top right corner to make it 1-1 at 3:40. It was the first goal and second point for Clutterbuck. The Islanders went ahead with 40.5 seconds left in the middle period, with help from the Rangers. A shot from the left circle was deflected in the air by Talbot with his glove. The puck hit defenceman Dan Girardi, who was protecting the crease behind Talbot and fell into the net. "It was just a fluke play," Talbot said. "It went over me and hit him. You cant really think about that because you cant really help it. You just kind of have to move on, and thats what we did." The Rangers had only four shots in the first period but 15 in the second. One drive struck Nabokov in the mask and appeared to stun him, but the puck stayed out. Kreider gave the Rangers a 1-0 edge when he scored his first NHL goal of the season. He showed his relief once the puck glided into the net during a brief power play. The 22-year-old forward was despondent Monday when he was robbed of a goal by Montreals Peter Budaj. This time he got to a rebound of Richards drive and scored with 7:30 left in the first. Kreider, who had two goals and two assists in six games with Hartford of the AHL before being recalled Oct. 20, recorded one assist in three previous games since his return. "The fashion we did it, coming back, it is always exciting," Kreider said. "It kind of gets your heart going a little more than youd like. "The guys showed a lot of resiliency. It was a great character win." NOTES: Tavares has a 10-game point streak snapped, the longest in the NHL this season. Nielsen had scored a goal in four straight games. ... The Rangers activated Hagelin from the injured list, and he made his season debut following shoulder surgery. ... Clutterbuck has 63 goals and 337 penalty minutes in 355 NHL games. ... This was the only meeting between the teams at Nassau Coliseum. Custom Packers Jerseys . Vargas (8-3) allowed four singles and two walks while striking out five, allowing only two runners from a diluted Twins lineup to reach second base. Mike Moustakas and Jarrod Dyson hit RBI singles in the second inning against Kevin Correia (4-10), and that was all Vargas needed. JMon Moore Jersey . Jeff Carter had two goals and an assist as the Kings stretched their streak to seven wins in a row with a 4-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Sunday. . Al Horford said all he had to do was make the catch near the basket and then shoot a soft jumper.MINNEAPOLIS – When R.A. Dickey takes the mound on Thursday afternoon at Target Field, the forecast temperature of one Celsius will test a man who throws a unique pitch, the knuckleball, which is better suited to climate-controlled, humid conditions. Dickey insists hell be ready. “It would be the same challenge that I would have if I was pitching conventionally and just trying to get my body warm and going,” said Dickey. “As far as the conditions, cold isnt necessarily an enemy to the pitch. If Im throwing a good one it shouldnt matter.” The Blue Jays are armed with an eight-man bullpen, which include long options J.A. Happ, Todd Redmond and Esmil Rogers. Thanks to an off-day Monday and Wednesdays postponement, its all hands on deck should Dickey struggle. “Well know early on, I can guarantee you that,” said manager John Gibbons of whether Dickeys on his game. “Were fine down in the ‘pen so if we have to yank him, if hes not effective at all, weve got plenty of guys down there.” Dickey has gone bad start, good start, bad start over his first three outings. Hes gotten the decision in each, posting a 1-2 record and a 5.30 ERA in the early going. His walk total, which plummeted in the second half of last season compared to the first, has crept back up to 4.8 per nine innings pitched. Hell do his best to keep his body warm, specifically his fingertips because theyre crucial to the knuckleballs grip, as the game goes on. “Whatever thats going to be,” said Dickey. “Ride the bike a little bit in-between innings, come in (the clubhouse,) heating pack, whatever. We have plenty of stuff to keep us warm in-between innings. Well see.” The Blue Jays need a split of the doubleheader to secure a third-consecutive series victory. They took two of three from the Astros last week and two of three from the Orioles in Baltimore over the weekend. LINDS BACK TROUBLE IS BACK Adam Lind wouldnt, or couldnt, predict whether the lower back stiffness he suffered on Tuesday night will land him on the disabled list. “Were just going to try to do wwhat we can to get me on the field as soon as we can,” said Lind. Oren Burks Packers Jersey. . “We cant let it drag on,” said Gibbons. “Hopefully we can get through a couple of days without him. Were playing pretty good right now. We need him. Hes been a big contributor but its day to day.” Linds back seized in the fourth inning of Tuesday nights win as he was running to second base following a walk. He stayed in the game, singling and scoring in the sixth, before being lifted for pinch-hitter Josh Thole in the seventh. He was limping in the clubhouse after the game. It was a struggle to put on his shoes. Since then, Lind has made progress. “A lot,” he said. “Im functionable so hopefully have a good day of treatment all day today, just continue to try to get healthy and hopefully by the weekend Ill be ready to play.” The worst time of day is when Lind wakes up. His back spasms; he begins to move around and it loosens up somewhat. “Thats probably something thats going to linger with him for the rest of his career, I would think,” said Gibbons. “Those backs can be … so there can be times you need to give him a break if he flares up so you can calm it down. Hopefully it doesnt get any worse.” JANSSEN SUFFERS SETBACK Casey Janssen wont throw for the next two or three days with his minor league rehabilitation assignment halted as he tries to work his way back from an abdominal strain. “Its just not right,” said Gibbons. “Its not like its a lot worse but he doesnt feel quite comfortable enough yet to start cutting it loose.” Janssen pitched a scoreless inning for Single-A Dunedin on Tuesday night, allowing a hit and striking out a batter. GOSE RECALLED The Blue Jays recalled Anthony Gose for the second game of the doubleheader, when both clubs are allowed to carry a 26th player on the active roster. NIGHTCAP PITCHING MATC-HUP The Blue Jays will send right-hander Dustin McGowan (1-1, 4.00) to the mound tonight against Twins right-hander Mike Pelfrey (0-2, 7.84). First pitch is scheduled for 7:10 EDT. NFL Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale Jerseys 2019 Cheap Jerseys From China Discount NFL Jerseys China NFL Jerseys Youth NFL Jerseys Cheap Cheap NFL Black Jerseys ' ' '

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