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NEW YORK -- Brad Richards shook off second-period frustration to power the New York Rangers offence in the third. Jack Doyle Jersey . The Florida Panthers are still looking for any answer how to bust out of a long losing streak that has already cost one coach his job. Richards snapped a tie in the opening minute of the third period and then set up an insurance goal that became necessary as the surging Rangers handed the Panthers their ninth straight loss with a 4-3 victory on Sunday night. A missed prime scoring chance in the second period prompted Richards to shatter his stick against a goal post. His productivity in the third, had Panthers goalie Tim Thomas expressing similar frustration with his equipment. Richards snapped a shot past Thomas 46 seconds in, and punched the glass in celebration of his first goal in nine games. Richards then assisted on Mats Zuccarellos power-play goal that made it 4-2 and guided the Rangers to their third consecutive win and sixth in seven games. "It seemed like one of those nights where you wonder if something was against you. But we got a clean sheet of ice and I put one into the net," Richards said. "Weve been winning lately, which brings the mood of everybody up." The Panthers know nothing of that lately. They have lost nine in a row (0-5-4), and show no signs of breaking out of it, even with strong performances on back-to-back days in road losses to Ottawa and New York. Defenceman Brian Campbell scored his second of the game -- and the season -- to cut Floridas deficit to 4-3 with 7:03 left, but the Panthers couldnt get over the hump, even with a late power play after Thomas was pulled for an extra skater. Florida let a one-goal lead get away in the second, committed a crucial turnover that led to Richards go-ahead goal, and then took two penalties 53 seconds apart that led to Zuccarellos 5-on-3 tally that made it 4-2 at 6:16 of the third. "I dont know what to say," Campbell said. "It deflates you, but youve got to keep pushing. Thats how teams lose hockey games. "Its tough getting down 5-on-3. Sometimes you have to be a little more careful and not let that happen." Interim coach Peter Horachek, who took over for the fired Kevin Dineen on Friday, took a more pointed approach after dropping to 0-2. "You are not going to win games if you turn pucks over," he said. "We are not going to get better until we decide we are going to manage the puck better. These are unforced errors. You cant win hockey games that way." After a sluggish start during a season-opening, nine-game trip, the Rangers have found their stride. J.T. Miller and Derek Dorsett also scored for New York (9-8), which went over .500 for the first time this season. Henrik Lundqvist made 24 saves, but the Rangers had their nine-game streak of holding opponents under three goals broken. "Even though theyve been struggling a little bit lately, its still a tough game to play," Lundqvist said. "The second goal for us when we tied it up was a big, big goal, going out and getting that confidence, knowing that we can do this." Aleksander Barkov had the other goal for the Panthers. Thomas, in his second straight start after returning from injury, stopped 25 shots. He also took a roughing penalty when he punched Miller in the head after Miller crashed into him. He said the hit wasnt dirty, but probably crossed a line. "I was just frustrated because I really wanted to help us to win and turn that corner," Thomas said. "I wanted to be able to be that difference to help us to break out of this." Much of the second period was played at a chaotic pace with chances missed at both ends. Campbell notched his 400th NHL point on his first with the help of a fortunate bounce. Campbell took a pass at the left point and fired a drive that struck the left post, caromed off Lundqvists backside, and went in with 9:01 left in the second. "Were doing so many good things, saying the right things. I believe guys have bought in," Thomas said. They want to turn this corner so bad, it just hasnt happened yet. Its going to, we just have to stick with it. "Its kind of equal right now in the luck category. If we keep working hard, the bounces will all go our way in one game." The Rangers tied it 2-2 when Dorsett pushed the puck into Thomas at the left post, and then put in the rebound with 6:02 remaining in the second for his second of the season. "I dont think we played that well," Zuccarello said. "At the same time we pushed the pace a little bit extra when they went up 2-1." New York grabbed a 1-0 lead in the first after forcing a turnover in the neutral zone. Defenceman Ryan McDonagh took a pass from Miller and handed it off to Chris Kreider, who quickly found Miller alone on the left side for a shot into the open net at 9:49. Thomas played well, allowing Florida to get even in the closing seconds of the first with a rare power-play goal. Two shots in close were stopped by Lundqvist, but the second by Kris Versteeg rebounded over to the 18-year-old Barkov, who scored inside the right post with 26.1 seconds left in the first. Barkov, the No. 2 pick in this years draft, has four goals in his first 18 NHL games. NOTES: Barkovs power-play goal was just the sixth for the Panthers this season in their first 61 chances, the worst percentage in the 30-team NHL. ... Florida C Scott Gomez missed his second straight game and third in four because of a groin injury. Adam Vinatieri Jersey . When the next inning rolled around Wednesday, though, Nationals manager Matt Williams sent Strasburg to the mound to face the top of the Dodgers order in what would become a 3-2 victory for Washington, the first time this season the No. Margus Hunt Jersey .The Hanwha Eagles said the team was impressed with Morgans contact ability and base-running skills.The 34-year-old debuted with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2007 and hit . . 28 with a Vancouver entry for the first time in 10 years and a novel new collective bargaining agreement.SHAWINIGAN, Que. - Mikhail Grigorenko scored three times and set up one more as the Quebec Remparts crushed the host Shawinigan Cataractes 6-1 on Sunday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Olivier Archambault had two goals and two assists for the Remparts (33-15-9), Adam Chapman had three assists and Anthony Duclair scored once to round out Quebecs offence. Gabriel Slight scored the lone goal for the Cataractes (15-34-8), who are winless in four games. Callum Booth made 39 saves for the Remparts. Shawingans Storm Phaneuf turned aside 27-of-33 shots in defeat. --- MOOSEHEADS 6 TITAN 0 BATHURST, N.B. — Philippe Gadoury scored twice and Zachary Fucale made 17 saves as Halifax blanked the plummeting Titan. Nikolaj Ehlers and Jonathan Drouin each had a goal and an assist for the Mooseheads (37-18-3) while Luca Ciampini and Danny Mooynihan had the others. Scott Oke led all Acadie-Bathurst (17-34-6) skaters with three shots on net. Jacob Brennan allowed five goals on 24 shots through 40 minutes before being relieved by Miguel Sullivan to start the third period. Sulivan stopped 9-of-10 shots in relief for the Titan, who are on a 13-game skid. --- SCREAMING EAGLES 7 SEA DOGS 1 SYDNEY, N.S. — Loik Levelle scored once and set up two more and Julien Pelletier added a pair of goals as Cape Breton cruised past Saint John. Kyle Farrell, Bronson Beaton, Charles-Eric Legare and Guillaume Gauthier also scored for the Screaming Eagles (29-24-4) while Cameron Darcy chipped in with two assists. Jason Cameron scored for the Sea Dogs (17-36-4), who dropped their fourth in a row. Alex Bureau stopped 29 shots for Cape Breton, and Antoine Landry made 21 saves for Saint John. Quincy Wilson Jersey. . --- DRAKKAR 7 HUSKIES 3 BAIE-COMEAU, Que. — Charles Hudon and Valentin Zykov each had a goal and three assists to power the Drakkar past Rouyn-Noranda. Jeremy Gregoire scored twice for Baie-Comeau (39-14-4) and Gabryel Paquin-Boudreau, Guillaume Beaudry and Maxime St-Cyr added single goals. Jean-Sebastien Dea, Marcus Power and Julien Nantel supplied the scoring for the Huskies (31-20-5). Philippe Cadorette made 27 saves for the Drakkar while Alexandre Belanger turned aside 25-of-32 shots for Rouyn-Noranda. --- ARMADA 2 TIGRES 0 BOISBRIAND, Que. — Etienne Marcoux stopped all 24 shots his way as the Armada snapped Victoriavilles 13-game winning streak. Christopher Clapperton and Frederic Bergeron scored for Blainville-Boisbriand (37-10-9), the top team in the QMJHL, while Marcoux earned his 10th-career shutout. Carl-Antoine Delisle led all Tigres (29-20-6) skaters with four shots on net. Victoriavilles Francois Tremblay turned away 25-of-26 shots in a losing cause. --- OCEANIC 3 VOLTIGEURS 0 RIMOUSKI, Que. — Philippe Desrosiers stopped 28 shots as the Oceanic shutout Drummondville. Samuel Morin, Frederik Gauthier and Michael Joly scored for Rimouski (33-15-7) while Sebastien Sylvestre and Anthony DeLuca each tacked on two assists. Jerome Verrier led the Voltigeurs (34-19-3) with five shots against Desrosiers, but was also a team-worst minus-2. Drummondvilles Louis-Phillip Guindon gave up three goals on 10 shots before giving way to Joe Fleschler, who kicked out all 13 shots his way in 37 minutes of relief. --- Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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