San Jose, CA (SportsNetwork. Torii Hunter Jersey .com) - Antti Niemi made 25 saves and six different Sharks scored as San Jose used a five-goal second period to ease past the Anaheim Ducks, 6-3, on Thursday. Patrick Marleau, Barclay Goodrow and James Sheppard each tallied a goal and an assist and Brenden Dillon, Matt Irwin and Joe Pavelski also scored for the Sharks, who have won seven straight home games against the Ducks. Andrew Cogliano, Patrick Maroon and Matt Beleskey all lit the lamp for the Ducks, who had their six-game winning streak come to a screeching halt. Ilya Bryzgalov gave up all six goals on 25 shots and Frederik Andersen turned aside all eight shots fired his way in relief. If I made a couple of saves on some of those goals, it might be different, said Bryzgalov. The Sharks seized control with five goals during the middle stanza. Goodrow started the drastic momentum shift 2:15 into the frame as he shot the puck through Bryzgalovs pads and Marleau made it a 3-1 game four minutes later after he deflected Brent Burns point shot. Irwin stepped up into the slot and wristed a shot past a screened Bryzgalov at 12:37, Sheppard found twine with a wrister off the rush two minutes later and Dillon made it a 6-1 game after his cross-ice feed on a short-handed two-on- one went in off a sliding Beleskey with 3:53 left in the second. Anaheim got one back after Beleskeys fluttering backhander fooled Niemi just 1:23 into the third and Maroon accounted for the final score with 1:10 to play as he took Hampus Lindholms cross-ice pass and ripped a wrister short side. Cogliano gave the Ducks an early lead after he deposited a rebound in front just 4:57 into the game. San Jose tied the game less than three minutes later as Pavelski redirected Joe Thorntons offering past Bryzgalov during a power play. Game Notes The Ducks last won in San Jose on March 19, 2012 ... Pavelski and Maroon each scored in a third straight game for their respective teams ... The Ducks suffered their first regulation loss when scoring first. They entered the game with a 23-0-5 record when doing so ... The Sharks improved to 3-1-1 on a seven-game homestand. Nick Gordon Jersey . -- Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice tweeted an apparent goodbye after a report about his pending release. Jake Cave Jersey . Theres little time for rest, too. The Flyers and Rangers play again Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden. Simmonds scored in the first period and twice more in the second for his first career post-season hat trick. Mason survived a busy first period and stopping 31 straight shots until Carl Hagelin scored late in the third. https://www.cheaptwins.com/1092t-tony-oliva-jersey-twins.html . While plenty of statistics illustrate Torontos turnaround in the second year of manager Ryan Nelsens tenure, stopping goals is not one of them. VANCOUVER -- Vancouver Whitecaps coach Martin Rennie is known for stressing the positive, but he was unusually blunt Saturday. Aside from goalkeeper David Ousted, Rennie spared no players his wrath after the Whitecps dropped a 1-0 decision to a Real Salt Lake squad, which fielded mostly a second-team lineup, before a sellout crowd of 21,000 at B.C. Place Stadium. "I dont think anyone played well today, apart from Ousted," said Rennie. "It was just a terrible performance from everyone." Devon Sandovals goal in the ninth minute was the only one that RSL needed. RSL improved to 15-10-6 and gained a share of first place in the Western Conference while ending a losing skid at two games. RSL coach Jason Kreis went with 10 new additions to his starting lineup as he rested key players in preparation for Tuesdays U.S. Open Cup final against D.C. United. The winner of that game will qualify for the CONCACAF Champions League. The Whitecaps (11-11-8) saw their playoff hopes fade some more as they remain four points back of fifth-place Colorado with only four games remaining. Only the top five teams qualify for the post-season. "(It was a) thoroughly disappointing game for us," said Rennie. "Weve had hardly any like that at B.C. Place this season. But for the third game in a row, we started the game badly, which is really frustrating. Its something that weve worked on and focused (on) and made sure we were ready to go. "It wasnt a bad goal. It was a great cross and a good header, but its something we should have defended better." The Whitecaps could have also played much better offensively in the coachs view. Camilo drew into Vancouvers starting lineup after scoring two goals in a second-half substitute role a week earlier in Montreal. Whitecaps striker Kenny Miller missed the game a groin injury. As a result, Tommy Heinemann took his place after impressing in a win over Montreal. Heinemann, rarely used for most of the season, made his second consecutive, and third overall, start. Before last week, he had not started since April 20. Heinemann was dangerous at times but he and Camilo showed little chemistry and midfielders did not link up well with forwards. Rennie tried to inject speed in the second half as he subbed off Heinemann and Gershon Koffie for Kekuta Manneh and Darren Mattocks, respectively in the 54th minute. But the changes had little effect. "We put ourselves in a bad spot to start with, and then I just thought out (offensive) quality was really poor," said Rennie. "I didnt think we got good balls into the box. We didnt really connect any crosses. Our passing in the final third was poor today, and it was a disappointing performance, especially given how well wed played in our last two games." Rennie credited RSL, contending, rather charitably, that it was the best performance by a visiting team at B.C. Place this season. He insisted that his club did not take RSLs subs-turned-starters lightly. "If it hadnt been for saves that David (Ousted) made, it could have been worse for us today," said Rennie. "Im scratching my head as to the way that we performed." RSLs absentees included starting goalkeeper Nick Riimando and midfield stalwart Kyle Beckerman. Stephen Gonsalves Jersey. Backup goalkeeper Jeff Attinella, who had not played since August 19 in Portland, registered his first shutout of the season while getting credit for just one save. "It was fun, as a group that doesnt get to play a lot," said Attinella. "But we have a lot of talented players and, really, a team with lot of MLS experience still on the field. "So to come out here and get a result, and kind of right the ship for our team a little bit, and then with Tuesdays U.S. Open Cup (final), hopefully, the momentum carries into Tuesday." Crediting his teams effort, Attinella did not feel overly tested, but said the Whitecaps still "pretty well" and kept him busy with crosses that defenders played well. "We got the early goal, which was huge for us to get off to a fast start," said Attinella. "And then to hold that lead on the road, on a turf field against a team that runs its own numbers forward, I couldnt be happier." RSLs lineup changes paid off early as Sandoval bounced a header past Ousted. It was the third goal of the season for Sandoval, who put in a cross from Lovel Palmer on a counter-attack after the Whitecaps had controlled the run of play in the early going. Ousted appeared to be in good position for a save if Sandoval had put his header in the air instead of sending the ball down. But Ousted still chastised himself for allowing the goal. "I think I should have come across and tried to take the (crossed) ball in the air," he said. "Maybe I get there. Maybe I dont. But (I) at least try to take the header away from him. Im not happy with that goal and Im not happy with my own performance on that goal." Like Rennie, the goalkeeper, who joined the Whitecaps in mid-season from his native Denmark after signing as a free agent, was at a loss to explain his clubs poor effort. He felt the Caps should have done better early and created more scoring chances. "Its an important stage of the season," said Ousted. "We should be able to come out and perform better and be more hungry for each ball and each goal. But we werent there today." He made sensational saves on Yordany Alvarez in the 61st minute, when he lunged to get his hand on the ball, foiled Sebastian Velasquez by diving and catching the ball in his mid-section in the 68th and then getting his body an Olmes Garcia shot from the right side of the area a little while later. But Ousted was not willing to accept praise from Rennie or anybody else. "Were here as a team," said Ousted. "So when youre talking about the team, youre talking about 11 of us (on the field), and Im in there. Im not happy with the way we performed -- myself included. We should have done better, especially in this part of the season." "Weve put ourselves in a difficult spot when we go forward," said Rennie. "But weve still got plenty of time to get the wins that we need." Notes--Whitecaps winger Omar Salgado has resumed training after recovering from a broken foot, but he is not expected to play again this season. ... Mannehs appearance was just his third in the past 10 games. ' ' '