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Postby lw789 » 04 Nov 2017, 05:48

RALEIGH, N.C. -- Ryan Kesler shut off the Carolina Hurricanes onslaught after an early second-period surge and put the Vancouver Canucks back in control. They maintained it for much of the final 40 minutes and skated off with a 3-2 road win on Sunday. Kesler capped a frenetic 37-second stretch early in the second period by scoring his second goal of the game that turned out to be the winner. The Hurricanes scored a pair of goals 10 seconds apart in the first 49 seconds of the second to tie the game. Kesler put the Canucks in front for good at 1:16. "We wanted to gain the momentum back, and theres no better way than scoring a goal," Kesler said. "Im happy that we got one there." Tom Sestito also scored for the Canucks, and Jason Garrison had two assists. Backup goalie Eddie Lack made 29 saves in place of Roberto Luongo to help Vancouver earn just its third win in 11 games. Keslers goal, scored 27 seconds after Carolina tied it, was set up after the Canucks won a number of scrums behind the net. Chris Higgins eventually emerged with the puck, and he shovelled it into the crease. Jannik Hansen deflected it to Kesler, who knocked it just across the goal line. It was only the third time in 11 games that Vancouver scored at least three goals. Jordan Staal and Nathan Gerbe had goals for Carolina. Cam Ward made 27 saves. The Hurricanes, who failed to score on six power plays against the NHLs best penalty-killing unit, have lost six of eight. "When you get a chance, the guys who are out there have to execute," Carolina coach Kirk Muller said. "If they cant execute, I guess weve got to start looking for other guys in our lineup and give them the opportunity. "Everyone runs the same plays. Its a matter of getting the job done, and do it at a higher tempo. . I dont know -- maybe some of our guys cant make the plays." One day after giving up two power-play goals in a 5-2 loss to the Rangers in New York, Vancouver was pleased with its penalty killers. During one stretch Sunday, Carolina had 5:33 of consecutive time on the power play, including 27 seconds of a two-man advantage. "It was God awful yesterday afternoon, and really one of the few times it has been this year," Vancouver coach John Tortorella said. "But tonight it was outstanding." Vancouver rebounded and controlled much of the early play against the Hurricanes. The Canucks scored twice in the first period to build a 2-0 lead. The first goal came after Carolinas Drayson Bowman (boarding) and Mike Komisarek (delay of game) took penalties. Just 11 seconds after Vancouver went on a two-man advantage, Kesler converted on a rebound to Wards right at 3:24. With 4:12 left in the first, Garrison took a shot that Sestito deflected in off the post. Staal started the Hurricanes second-period comeback when he skated into the Vancouver zone and sent a wrist shot that hit Lack in the mask. Several Vancouver and Carolina players converged on the crease, and Staal followed up his rebound and poked the puck into the net at 39 seconds. After the Hurricanes won the ensuing faceoff, Justin Faulk connected with Eric Staal with a nice stretch pass. Lack stopped Staals one-handed backhand attempt, but Gerbe gathered the rebound and slapped the puck under Lack as the goalie fell into the net. It was the first time the Carolina franchise scored two goals in the first minute of a period since Nov. 1, 1987 when they were the Hartford Whalers. Lack relieved Luongo 17 seconds into the second period on Saturday, after Luongo allowed three Rangers goals on only 10 shots, and stopped 12 of 14 New York attempts. NOTES: Hansen left the game in the first period with an apparent right shoulder injury, but he returned in the second period. ... It was the first time Vancouvers Alex Edler and Carolinas Eric Staal played against each other since Edler hurt Staal in the world championships last summer with a knee-on-knee hit. ... Carolina defenceman Andrej Sekera missed the game because of an upper body injury. Timothe Luwawu Jersey . The England international had both goals in TFCs season-opening 2-1 win over the Seattle Sounders on Saturday. Markelle Fultz Jersey . -- Deshorn Brown scored twice, the first coming 13 seconds into the game, and the Colorado Rapids beat the undermanned Seattle Sounders 5-1 Saturday night. ... rsey-c-31/. Starting from pole, the 26-year-old Vettel turned in a trademark clinical performance to win the Indian Grand Prix on Sunday and join F1 greats Juan Manuel Fangio and Michael Schumacher as just the third driver to win four consecutive championships. Philadelphia 76ers Jerseys .The third-seeded Murray, who won here in 2009, will face seventh-seeded Kevin Anderson of South Africa next on the indoor hard court. Robert Covington Jersey .C. Lions 35-14, was named the CFLs offensive player of the week Tuesday. Sheets recorded his ninth 100-yard rushing performance of the season to tie the Riders club record.SAGINAW, Mich. - Cristiano DiGiacinto scored a hat trick and added an assist, Ben Johnson had two goals and two assists, and Alex Fotinos stopped 27 shots to lead the visiting Windsor Spitfires over the Saginaw Spirit 11-6 in Ontario Hockey League action Friday. Slater Koekkoek scored a goal and helped on two others, and Nikita Yazkov, Ryan Foss, and Josh Ho-Sang each had a goal and an assist. Ty Bilcke rounded out the Windsor (21-12-1) offence with his first goal of the season. Luke Cairns scored twice for Saginaw (16-14-5), while Kontos Kristoff had a goal and three assists. Justin Sefton and Nick Moutrey had a goal and an assist apiece and Brandon Prophet also scored. Nikita Serebryakov started in net for the Spirit and gave up nine goals on 39 shots. He was replaced by David Ovssannikov, who allowed two goals on two shots in the last 1:47 of the game. --- GREYHOUNDS 5 RANGERS 4 KITCHENER, Ont. — Andrew Fritsch scored twice to lead the visiting Greyhounds past the Rangers. David Miller, Blake Speers, and Darnell Nurse also scored for Sault Ste. Marie (24-8-4), and Sergey Tolchinsky chipped in with two assists. Darby Llewellyn scored his 19th for Kitchener (12-20-1) and Ben Fanelli, Nick Magyar, and Justin Bailey also scored. Curtis Meighan added two assists. 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