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Flames visit Preds in battle between low-scoring teams (SportsNetwork. Yeezy 500 High Slate For Sale .com) - The Calgary Flames were again involved in a game in which a team was held scoreless, only this time they came out on the winning side. For one night, continued scoring issues didnt cost the Flames and theyll aim to make it back-to-back wins on Tuesday night when they visit the Nashville Predators. Calgary went into Mondays encounter with the Carolina Hurricanes having been outscored 13-1 over a three-game slide and 26-6 over their previous eight games, a span in which it had been shut out five times while going 1-7-0. The Flames finally found a way to get around those scoring woes by keeping the Hurricanes off the board in a 2-0 win. Karri Ramo stopped all 23 shots he faced for his first NHL shutout. Ramo played 48 games with the Tampa Bay Lightning from 2006-09 and then spent the next four seasons in Russia before the Flames took a chance on the 27- year-old Finn in the offseason. He posted 18 whitewashes for Avangard Omsk in the Kontinental Hockey League. Mikael Backlund and Sean Monahan scored the goals as the Flames won despite Mike Cammalleri sitting out with a concussion suffered in Saturdays loss to Pittsburgh. "It was probably our best team effort of the season," Calgary head coach Bob Hartley said. "Its a feel-good story, thats for sure. We had an answer for their pressure. We were on our toes, had great support. Guys were going short (shifts), so we had plenty of energy. We were on a mission." Monahan tied Cammalleri for the team lead in goals with 13 as he has three tallies in his past seven games for the struggling offense. The Predators themselves failed to find any offense on Sunday night versus the Minnesota Wild, falling in defeat 4-0. They were shut out for an NHL-leading seventh time this season, but for the first time since Nov. 28. Marek Mazanec made 19 saves, yielding two goals in the first period and another two in the third as the Preds fell to 1-2-1 on a five-game homestand and 3-7-4 in their past 14. "They came out with a lot of juice and got us on our heels in the first," said Nashville coach Barry Trotz. The Predators and Flames are meeting for the first time this season and Nashville has claimed five of the past seven encounters overall. Calgary has lost four straight in Nashville. Sens, Wild collide in Minnesota ( - There is still plenty of hockey left to be played, but that doesnt mean the Ottawa Senators and Minnesota Wild arent keep an eye on the standings. The two clubs look to extend recent surges on Tuesday night with a meeting in Minnesota. The Senators are 5-0-1 in their last six games, climbing to within two points of the final two postseason spots in the Eastern Conference, while the Wild own a four-point lead for eighth place in the Western Conference thanks to a victory in five of their last six. Ottawa wraps a four-game road trip tonight and rebounded from an overtime loss in Colorado to beat the Nashville Predators 2-1 in a shootout on Saturday. Both Mika Zibanejad and Jason Spezza scored for the Sens in the tiebreaker, while Craig Anderson stopped both skaters he faced. Kyle Turris scored in regulation while Anderson stopped 32 shots through overtime. "You dont want to fall behind. We know were in a lump of a group of teams, but with the games-in-hand and the not-games-in-hand I think its too early to be looking at where you sit," said Spezza. Anderson has not lost in regulation since Dec. 19, going 6-0-2 since. However, he has allowed three goals or more in five of those eight games. Minnesota, meanwhile, has found success despite not having forwards Zach Parise (lower body) and Mikko Koivu (ankle surgery) as well as goaltender Josh Harding (illness) out of the lineup. The Wild also rebounded from a loss to Colorado, besting the hosting Nashville Predators 4-0 on Sunday. Darcy Kuemper made 23 saves for his first career NHL shutout, while Dany Heatley, Jason Zucker, Matt Cooke and Marco Scandella all had goals. Charlie Coyle, skating on a line with Heatley and Zucker, notched a pair of assists. "I think its also the first time weve had a couple of guys weve played steady together for more than a game or two," Heatley said. "Like I said, that chemistrys a big deal and its going good right now." Kuemper only had to make five saves in the opening period, but turned aside nine in each of the final two frames to finish off the shutout. He will get the call in net again tonight as he faces the Senators for the first time. Ottawa is 8-3-0 with a tie all-time versus Minnesota and had won six straight in the series before a 4-3 home loss on Nov. 20. Koivu had the winner, Heatley finished with a goal and an assist and Harding made 34 saves. Turris, Zibanejad and Milan Michalek scored for the Senators, while Anderson made 21 saves. Sens backup Robin Lehner is slated to get the start tonight and has never faced the Wild. He has given up five goals in each of his last two starts overall, the most recent on Dec. 27. Ottawa has won three straight on the road in this series and is 4-1-0 with a tie all-time in Minnesota. The Senators announced on Monday that general manager Bryan Murray signed a two-year contract extension and was also named the president of hockey operations. Upon the conclusion of the extension in 2016, Murray will stay on with the team in an advisory role. The 71-year-old Murray has been with the franchise since June 2004 when he was named the teams head coach, then took over the general managers duties on June 18, 2007. Oilers look to halt struggles against Stars ( - A stunning collapse cost the Dallas Stars a chance at snapping their five-game losing streak last time out. The Edmonton Oilers couldnt capitalize on a shocking goal to beat one of the NHLs top teams. The Stars and Oilers both aim to halt their recent struggles on Tuesday night with a meeting in Dallas. The Oilers visited the defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks on Sunday and lost a 5-3 decision despite a gift goal in the second period. During a delayed penalty call, Blackhawks goaltender Antti Raanta skated off for an extra attacker as Patrick Kane passed the puck to the point in the Oilers zone. However, there was not Blackhawk there and the puck traveled all the way into the Chicago net, with Boyd Gordon getting credited with a goal despite not even being on the ice. That strange tally tied the game at 2-2 with 8:31 left in the second period, but Chicagos Marian Hossa scored during the 5-on-3 power play just 29 seconds later and Jonathan Toews added another Blackhawks goal before the end of the period. Ales Hemsky had one goal and an assist for the Oilers, while Devan Dubnyk was beaten five times on 41 shots. "We made it pretty easy on them. Against a team like that, theyre going to make you pay," said Edmonton forward Taylor Hall, who scored his 18th goal of the season to make it 4-3 in the third period before Chicago again answered. The Stars and Oilers have split two meetings this season, with each club winning on the road. Dallas has won seven of nine and 12 of the last 15 meetings overall. Edmonton has won back-to-back road games in this series, but has still lost 10 of its last 13 in Dallas. Just minutes away from a victory over the New York Islanders on Sunday, the Stars instead watched as the Isles scored three times over the games final 4:16 to hand Dallas a 4-2 setback. It was the Stars sixth defeat in a row, all in regulation. Ray Whitney and Sergei Gonchar scored in the first period to stake Dallas to a 2-0 lead and Dan Ellis made 27 saves. "When youre struggling as a group, instead of finding ways to win you find ways to lose, and thats kind of where were at right now," said Whitney. The Stars have lost six in a row in regulation for the first time since Dec. 5-15, 1995 and have fallen eight points back of the eighth spot in the Western Conference. Dallas will now try to avoid losing seven straight for the first time since an 0-5-2 rut from March 17-30, 2009 and will do so against an Edmonton club that is 2-4-2 in its last eight games. Ilya Bryzgalov will start tonight for the Oilers and is 13-8-2 with a 2.26 goals against average in 29 games (26 starts) versus the Stars. He made 28 saves in a 3-2 shootout win in Dallas on Dec. 1. Kari Lehtonen is likely to start for the Stars and owns a 10-3-1 lifetime mark versus the Oilers with a 2.06 GAA. He shut the club out for the first time in his career with a 3-0 road decision on Nov. 13, then stopped 30 saves in the loss to Bryzgalov. Former Oilers captain and current Stars forward Shawn Horcoff faces his old club for the third time. He totaled 162 goals, 285 assists and 447 points in 796 games with Edmonton to begin his career and has no points in the two meetings this season. Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Zebra 2020 . Erik Logan, president of the network, said Friday that the postponement was made after meetings with the St. Louis Rams. Yeezy Boost 700 Inertia Cheap . With timely hitting and good pitching, the Marlins are one win away from sweeping the slumping Houston Astros. . First reported by FOX Sports Ken Rosenthal, its unknown if the impetus for the deferral proposal came from players or management, but it never left the preliminary stages.Just in time for puck drop on the 2014-15 NHL regular season, Tim Hortons and TSN today announced a partnership that will see Tim Hortons become the title sponsor of Thats Hockey, the most-watched daily hockey show in Canada. The partnership begins today (Wednesday, Oct. 8) with Canadas favourite coffee brand featured prominently in the re-named Tim Hortons Thats Hockey. Todays edition of the show, airing in a special 5:30pm et timeslot on TSN4 and TSN5, is dedicated to teeing up tonights Leafs-Habs season opener. It features reports from TSNs panel of Hockey Insiders and experts on-site at Maple Leaf Square outside the Air Canada Centre in downtown Toronto. Beginning tomorrow, Tim Hortons Thats Hockey moves to its regular timeslot of 7pm et weekdays (visit for complete broadcast information). In addition to becoming a title sponsor, Tim Hortons will also be integrated into the shows segments and features, as well as into TSNs package of regional Toronto Maple Leafs, Ottawa Senators, and Winnipeg Jets games. Highlights include: - Timbit Tidbits, a daily feature looking at notable stats and facts from the hockey world - Weekly sponsorship of Post2Post, a breakdown of the highs, lows, and intricacies of goaltending performances with TSN Hockey analyst Jamie McLennan - Sponsored Keys to the Game features during Leafs, Sens, and Jets games on TSN Hockey in Canada is a natural fit for Tim Hortons. Our history has an intrinsic connection with this sport a it is a part of our DNA. From our founder, NHL great Tim Horton, to our presence in arenas, on jerseys, and in the daily routines of Canadians that love and play this incredible game, said Peter Nowlan, Chief Marketing Officer, Tim Hortons Inc. Were proud of our hockey history, and this new sponsorship of TSNs Thats Hockey is the latest way we are able to bring news about the game and its biggest and brightest moments to Canadian fans. Tim Hortons is deeply rooted in the Canadian hockey landscape. They are a huge supporter of the game, said Nathalie Cook, Vice-President, Sales and Brand Partnerships, TSN. We are Canadas top source for daily hockey news and Tim Hortons is the countrys go-to choice for coffee, making this both a strategic and meaningful alliance for TSN. Tim Hortons Thats Hockey on TSN Hosted by TSNs veteran broadcaster Gino Reda, Tim Hortons Thats Hockey keeps passionate and informed hockey fans updated on all the latest news from the world of hockey. Reda interviews the games biggest stars and most outspoken personalities while dishing out the latest hockey headlines. Tim Hortons Thats Hockey features regular reports from TSN Hockey Insiders Bob McKenzie, Darren Dreger, and Pierre LeBrun, along with contributions from TSNs industry-leading team of hockey experts and analysts, including Jamie McLennan, Craig Button, Aaron Ward, Jeff ONeill, and Dave Reid. Hockey on TSN Tim Hortons Thats Hockey complements TSNs best-in-class NHL news and information programming, including Thats Hockey 2Nite, SportsCentre, and the networks slate of signature NHL specials including TradeCentre, Free Agent Frenzy, Fantasy Draft, Top 50 Players, and Bob McKenzies Draft Ranking. TSNs hockey programming also includes live coverage of the Toronto Maple Leafs, Ottawa Senators, and Winnipeg Jets as part of its package of 130+ regional NHL games. To access regional hockey games on TSN ffeeds, fans must live in the teams designated broadcast regions (for more information, visit TSN. Yeezy Boost 380 Wholesale. .ca). Fans can also tune in to TSN Radio in Toronto, Montr??al, Winnipeg, Ottawa, and Vancouver for radio coverage of regional games featuring the Leafs, Canadiens, Jets, Senators, and Canucks (visit each stations home page for complete broadcast information). Whats Your Tims Order? We asked the members of the TSN Hockey team arguably the most Canadian question ever: Whats your standard order at Tim Hortons? They shared their responses: Gino Reda My order: For well over a decade through my oldest boys hockey career, I was all about the Cinnamon Raisin toasted bagel with light cream cheese and a medium coffee with milk. Standing by the glass in the offensive zone, using the dasher board to hold my Timmys, watching my kid grow up on the ice. Now eight years later, with my oldest having moved away, Im back in the same spot at the rink, watching my little guy begin the same journey. Im a little older, so its a Greek yogurt instead of the bagel, but Im still milk no sugar, and still loving the view at the glass. Favourite donut: Chocolate Glazed Aaron Ward My order: Large Double Double with two sweeteners. I order it most often in the International Departures terminal at Pearson Airport when Im purchasing my 144 premade packets of Tim Hortons coffee to take home to North Carolina. The ladies at Tim Hortons know me as that guy who buys all that coffee. Favourite donut: Apple Fritter (but my real go-to is 10 Sour Cream Glazed and 10 Apple Fritter Timbits) Bob McKenzie My order: Ordering Tim Hortons is an art form for me. Ninety-nine per cent of the time Im in the car. In the old days, it was a 12 Grain bagel, double toasted with butter, a yogurt, and a large steeped tea with milk. Then it evolved to oatmeal with fruit, a yogurt, and a large steeped tea with milk. The latest incarnation of my order is the egg white breakfast sandwich with turkey sausage, double toast the English muffin and add a little ketchup, with a vanilla Greek yogurt, and a large steeped tea with milk. As you can see, the only constant is the large steeped tea with milk. Favourite donut: Apple Fritter Darren Dreger My order: Medium, regular. Always. Seldom stray. I usually order it en route to my kids hockey games or on my way to work. My weekend ritual is the Turkey Sausage Breakfast Sandwich. I always go to the same locations a all three are owned and operated by my good friend Matt Hanley, who has been an excellent supporter of minor hockey in the Whitby area. Favourite donut: Sour Cream Glazed Gord Miller My order: Cinnamon Raisin bagel, lightly toasted, lightly buttered. With an orange juice. Favourite donut: Oatmeal Raisin cookies James Duthie My order: Two Boston Creams with a side of Boston Cream Favourite donut: Boston Cream Jamie McLennan My order: I love the grilled cheese with chili on the side. I order that during winter when Im coming to the studio to watch games and do a show. Thankfully, the Tims location not far from the TSN studio is always there when I need it. Favourite donut: Sour Cream Glazed (with a hot chocolate) Ray Ferraro My order: First of all, Tims Dark Roast. Two cream, one sugar. Follow that with a 12 Grain bagel, double toasted, with light strawberry cream cheese. Favourite donut: Vanilla Dip (with sprinkles) ' ' '

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