e fourth quarter for Oaklands only score from miao1234's blog

SUNRISE, Fla. http://www.officialduckshockey.com/Paul-Kariya-Jersey/ . -- Ben Scrivens made the most of his first start in goal for the Los Angeles Kings. Scrivens had 20 saves to record his third career shutout and the Kings beat the Florida Panthers 3-0 on Sunday. Jordan Nolan had a goal and an assist. Justin Williams and Daniel Carcillo also scored goals for the Kings, who won their third straight game. Scrivens, acquired in a trade from the Toronto Maple Leafs in June 2013, made his first start of the season as regular goalie Jonathan Quick, one of the best in the NHL, was given a rest. Scrivens last shutout was on Feb. 18, a 3-0 victory at Florida as a member of the Maple Leafs. "You cant give enough credit to the guys in front. They played extremely well, and all I had to do was focus on stopping the puck and seeing it well," Scrivens said. Two of Scrivens three shutouts have come against the Panthers. "Ive been fortunate that its worked out here in Florida. It (stinks) that Im in the West now, Im only out here once a year," Scrivens said. Jacob Markstrom had 26 saves for Florida, which has lost four of its past five games. Nolan put the Kings ahead 3-0 at 12:28 of the third with a tip-in off a pass from Jarret Stoll. "Fortunately I was able to get the puck and shoot it on net and it went in," Nolan said. "I was able to get a quick release and catch (Markstrom) off guard." The Kings went ahead 2-0 at 14:55 of the second. The Panthers tried to get the puck out of their zone but it was intercepted by the Kings. Williams passed to Anze Kopitar near the goal line to the right of the net, then Kopitar pushed the puck back out to Williams. His wrist shot got past an outstretched Markstrom. Kopitar has five assists in six games. Carcillos goal gave the Kings a 1-0 lead at 8:46 of the second. Mike Richards passed from behind the net to Carcillo in the bottom of the right circle. His slap shot got past Markstrom. Richards has four assists in his last four games. Kings coach Darryl Sutter was pleased with Scrivens play and his team in general. "He was sharp early. He made some big saves and handled the puck well, which is what we needed him to do. He looked very good out there," Sutter said. "Kopitar continues to be a dominant player for us." After scoring six goals in Fridays home opener against Pittsburgh, the Panthers couldnt muster much of an offence against the Kings. "Theyre a very big, strong-bodied team," Panthers coach Kevin Dineen said. "As the game wore on, we got wore down. The problem that we have is I think our hockey IQ dropped as well. We thought we could play a fancy game and you cannot play a fancy game against the Kings." The Panthers didnt think they caught a break by facing Scrivens instead of Quick. "We have no game where we can have a letdown," Panthers defenceman Brian Campbell said. "He played pretty good last year in Toronto." NOTES: Williams got his 500th NHL point with his second period goal. ... Kingsdefenceman Jake Muzzin was a healthy scratch for the third straight game. ... The Panthers faced a backup goalie in Scrivens for the second straight game. On Friday, the Panthers scored six goals against Pittsburgh rookie Jeff Zatkoff in a 6-2 win. ... Markstrom faced the Kings for the first time. http://www.officialduckshockey.com/Chris-Stewart-Jersey/ . Numbers Game looks at the Islanders securing the services of Jaroslav Halak. The Islanders Get: G Jaroslav Halak. Halak, 29, was going to be one of the best free agent goaltenders available this summer when the Islanders made a pre-emptive move to acquire him from Washington. http://www.officialduckshockey.com/Frederik-Andersen-Jersey/ . -- A horse with a humble pedigree. SAN FRANCISCO -- About the only thing new for Alex Smith in his return to Candlestick Park was the coach on the sideline. Considering the offences performance last week, that was a major improvement. Smith threw for 126 yards and an interception in coach Jim Harbaughs home debut, getting showered with a mix of boos and cheers in the San Francisco 49ers 17-3 pre-season victory over the cross-bay rival Oakland Raiders on Saturday night. "We improved from last week. But if we want to be the team were talking about being, we have to finish in the red zone and cant turn the ball over," Smith said. "In my thinking, those first few drives, we didnt finish and then had the pick. Cant do that." The game was also was marred by violence. There was at least one fight in the lower bowl of the stadium during the game, which is not uncommon at any sporting event, let alone one between rival teams. But afterward, word began spreading quickly of another incident outside. Two men were shot and injured in the parking lot, according to police. The victims are a 20-year-old man who is expected to survive and a 24-year-old man who is in a hospital with what authorizes said were life-threatening injuries. The 49ers released a statement that they were aware of an incident and police were investigating. On the field, they took comfort in the small strides from last week. While the running game racked up huge chunks of yards, the passing game wasnt always crisp. Smith was 8 for 13 and came up empty in the end zone. He had a pass intercepted by defensive end Matt Shaughnessy in the second quarter and led the 49ers to a field goal in one half of play. The 2005 No. 1 overall pick at least left healthy. Oakland starting quarterback Jason Campbell didnt return after taking a couple of blows on a scramble play in the second quarter. He was scheduled to have test for a concussion. Bay Area fans might have left with more questions than answers about the two starting quarterbacks. Although San Franciscos offence was a complete turnaround after a 24-3 loss in the exhibition opener at New Orleans last week, Smiths performance mimicked so many others from his previous six seasons: He anchored three long drives, showed signs of progress and made one major mistake. With second-round pick Colin Kaepernick waiting on the sidelines, the pressure is on Smith to finally perform. Kaepernick threw for 52 yards on 6-for-8 passing and -- like Smith -- benefited in long drives by a strong running game led by Kendall Hunter, who finished with 105 yards and a touchdown on nine carries. "Theres a lot to learn, new terminology and stuff like that," Hunter said. "With new coaches, you just got to adjust and learn everybody and get used to everybody." The Niners opened with a 16-play, 79-yard drive that stalled two yards short of the goal line. The ensuing field goal attempt was botched because holder Andy Lee couldnt corral the snap, throwing the ball away aand injuring his hip getting pounded to the ground by defenders. http://www.officialduckshockey.com/Andrew-Cogliano-Jersey/. On the second drive, Smith tried to squeeze a pass to tight end Vernon Davis on the left sideline, Shaughnessy dropped into coverage and was gift-wrapped an interception. Smith walked off the field to a slight chorus of boos, the only cheers coming from Raiders fans. Smith, the presumed regular-season starter, said he never saw Shaughnessy drop into coverage. Both Smith and Harbaugh believe it was an error in recognizing coverage and not a reminder of past mistakes. "We talked about (the interception)," Harbaugh said. "We feel thats a correctable thing. I know why it happened. We just have to do a little better job of our eyes." The best highlight of the night for the 49ers came when new receiver Braylon Edwards made a one-handed catch on the sideline for 32 yards on final drive for the first-team offence. San Francisco settled for a 23-yard field goal by David Akers, who also had one punt blocked filling in for Lee. Not that the news was any better on the other sideline. The Raiders already were without several key players because of injuries, notably receivers Jacoby Ford and Louis Murphy and running back Darren McFadden. Now they could be adding another to the list. Campbell was hurt late in the second quarter when he scrambled to his left, was tackled by Justin Smith and appeared to take a knee to the helmet from linebacker Ahmad Brooks. Campbell was down on the ground briefly while being checked out by trainers. "The ball got knocked out of my hands. I tried to go dive on it and caught a knee to the head," Campbell said. He sat on the bench after being replaced by Trent Edwards, finishing with 74 yards passing. Sebastian Janikowski made a 46-yard field goal in the fourth quarter for Oaklands only score. Raiders coach Hue Jackson, still searching for his first win at the helm of the silver and black, didnt blame the injuries for the poor performance. "That has nothing to do with tonight," Jackson said. "Tonight we didnt play Raider football. We didnt play like a Raider. Thats just the truth. Lets call it like it is." Hunter had a 52-yard TD rush in the third quarter and Xavier Omon ran for another from five yards out in the fourth quarter. After losing 24-18 to the Arizona Cardinals in its pre-season opener, Oakland didnt exactly make any strides the second time out. The Raiders, who have struggled to find the end zone once theyre close, have only scored one touchdown in eight trips inside the 30 this pre-season. "I think we are still knocking some rust off," defensive tackle Richard Seymour said. "It is good to get out here and work with our teammates, but we still have a lot of work to do." NOTES: Raiders TE Kevin Boss had a left knee injury. ... Lee was scheduled to undergo test on his hip. Harbaugh said he didnt think the injury was serious. Cheap JerseysWholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '
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