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Every night of the Stanley Cup playoffs, TSN hockey analyst and former NHL goaltender Jamie McLennan breaks down each goalies performance. Jamies number grades given are out of five, with five being the best mark. Jonathan Quick, Los Angeles Kings (4) – On the early goal, he was late to get to the post and Saad banked it off of him. He activates in reverse VH and it hits his shoulder and banks in. On the second goal, he had no chance at it redirected to Toews for the open net. Third goal was a bad one that skipped and hit the top of his pad, momentum Killer after just battling back to tie the game 12 seconds earlier. It was a tough first period allowing three goals on seven shots. Good saves on Kane, Toews and Keith early in second. And big saves on Kane and Hossa on the 5 on 3 as well as a huge left pad save on Shaw back door. Fourth goal goes off of Muzzin shortside, who was also screening him, after he knocked his stick out of hand. Good saves on Shaw and Kane while down 4 to 3 to keep them in game. Big saves with 4:30 left on Hossa and Toews in tight. Left pad save on Bickell was great but not as great as the pad save on Shaw with five seconds left in the third, based on the timing of it. Big right pad save on Saad early in OT, and tracked the puck well through traffic as Chicago pressed. Got it done when needed, got stronger as the game went on. Corey Crawford, Chicago Blackhawks (3) – He had a good save on Kopitar early and got some help from a post on Toffoli. The first goal was a bad rebound that Carter bats out of the air. The second goal hits Rozsival in from before the rebound is fired blocker side. He made a good glove save on Williams late in the first to keep it at 3-2. Not tested much early in second, but a good save on Williams side to side play. Toffolis goal was a bounce just like the Toews goal in the first; no chance on the play. Good save early on Pearson, not tested much. The fourth goal, by Gaborik, is a bad rebound that punches out and hits him, then drops on his stick for the open net. Great left pad save on Brown with 33 seconds left to send it to OT. He didnt have much of a chance on the game-winning goal, screened and hits Leddy in front and goes over his right shoulder. Tough way to lose. Wholesale Authentic Jerseys . The Raptors point guard has been named the Eastern Conference Player of the Week for games played Monday, Jan. 27, through Sunday, Feb. 2, the league announced ahead of Torontos meeting with the Jazz on Monday. Wholesale Jerseys China . -- San Francisco 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver has been arrested on suspicion of felony hit and run and reckless driving after he drove a car into a bicyclist and fled, police said. . Speaking to members of the media on Tuesday for the first time since returning home from the Winter Games, Tavares said he will need eight to 12 weeks to fully recover. Wholesale Stitched Jerseys . Chandler Stephenson added a pair of goals and Connor Gay chipped in with a single for Regina (21-17-5), which stayed in control with the first six goals of the game. Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping . Artem Anisimov scored a short-handed goal late in the second period and special teams provided four goals in the Blue Jackets 6-3 win over the Florida Panthers on Saturday.COLUMBUS, Ohio - Rick Nash had difficulty sleeping on Monday night, after it became known that he had asked the Columbus Blue Jackets to trade him. After spending nine seasons as the face of a losing franchise, Nash is now uncertain of the reaction from fans who have idolized him but now might see him as just another opportunist. "Im not too sure what to expect," he said Tuesday in his first public comments after it was revealed he had asked to be dealt. "Ive been with these fans my whole career here. I love them no matter what. Theyre a great fan base, loyal. Theyve been patient with this organization and with this team. No matter what the reception is Ill always have a soft spot in my heart for our fans." General manager Scott Howson first mentioned Nashs trade request on Monday, shortly after he failed to trade the four-time All-Star. "He obviously wants a change," said Howson, who was first approached by Nash in January about being moved. Most people had thought the team, with the worst record by far in the NHL at 18-37-7, had first floated the possibility of dealing its best player. So it was a shocker that it was Nash, who has long said how much he loves Columbus and the Blue Jackets, who wanted out. His best friend on the Blue Jackets, defenceman Aaron Johnson, said the differences arent irreconcilable. "The answer of the day is, if we win hockey games, everyones going to be happy," Johnson said after the morning skate. "If we have a winning team, hes not going to want to leave." But most observers believe itll be difficult to forget that Nash wanted out instead of going through more losing and another reconstruction of the roster. Nash was adamant -- repeating the same phrase several times -- that he not only wanted to help his own career but also help the organization that drafted him No. 1 and helped him become one of the top stars in the NHL. "I was informed by management that there was a rebuild, a reshape, in the team and I personally felt I could be a huge part of that towards bringing assets in," he said. "In my view, that was the best thing for the team, the organization, and personally for my career." One major problem will be building a team around a captain who has already said hed prefer to be elsewhere. He said he wanted to remain as captain, at least for the final 20 games of this season. Team officials gave no indication that he would lose the "C" on his jersey. Interim coach Todd Richards said he had no questions about Nashs commitment to the Blue Jackets and Columbus. "When I think of Columbus, previous to me getting here, it wass Rick Nash," Richards said.dddddddddddd "I listen to other people talk, I listen to my neighbours talk, my kids go to school and I hear them talk. And what Rick has done for this community and this organization, hes done it for 10 years. Hes been very committed and very loyal. Now everyones questioning it. "Thats one thing I have a tough time understanding." Nash has 21 goals and 22 assists in 62 games this year, and is a minus-23. For his nine-year career, he has 280 goals and 251 assists in 654 games. He was a major contributor in helping Canada win Olympic gold in 2010. He is signed through the 2014-15 season and will make between $7.5 million and $7.9 million each year. He has a no-trade clause in his contract and has given Howson a list of teams to which he would agree to be traded. Nash declined to say who was on the list or how many teams there were on it. His hometown of Toronto, along with the New York Rangers, San Jose, Los Angeles and others might be interested in the big (6-foot-4, 219 pounds) right wing. No one has outlined what Columbus is asking in return, but it is believed Howson wants a frontline player, a top prospect and a No. 1 draft pick. Howson had tried to deal Nash up through Mondays trade deadline but admitted that he was asking a lot. "Hey, the price was high," Howson said. "And I dont apologize for that. It had to be high." Nash met with his teammates earlier on Tuesday and explained why he asked to be traded. "I dont think necessarily it was, I want out. It had to be the right fit for him," forward Derek Dorsett said of Nashs trade demand. "Rick loves Columbus, he loves it here. He loves this organization. Its one of those things where its a business and he thought maybe he could help this organization. "But the right fit wasnt there." Howson said he would continue to try to trade Nash after the season. He said it might be even easier to make a deal then. "Teams are reluctant for two reasons at this stage. One is the salary-cap space and the other is disrupting your team," he said. "This was going to be a significant trade if someone was able to pull it off and there was going to be some disruption to your team. The market will be quite a bit looser in the off-season." Nash skirted the question when asked if he would be happy remaining with the Blue Jackets. "As of right now Ill wear this jersey with pride, like I always have," he said. "Ive always played my heart out for (the owners). And I will continue to do that as long as Im a Blue Jacket and Ill play my hardest for the fans as well." Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '



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