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Maple Leafs wholesale jerseys authentic James Reimer Blue Third Stitched NHL Jersey

Maple Leafs wholesale jerseys authentic James Reimer Blue Third Stitched NHL Jersey

The Florida Panthers have realized that in order to wholesale jerseys authentic stay competitive in this league, you must have a good backup goaltender.

James Reimer was brought in by the Panthers to strengthen our goalie tandem. Previously, Al Montoya was the former backup to Roberto Luongo. The big Cubano played all but two seasons with the Cats. His first season (2014-15) proved to be a struggle, as he held a weak .892 SV%.

Many worried for the upcoming year, unsure if Montoya could handle the backup position. Thankfully, he stepped up and recorded a .919 SV%. A much better figure then the previous year. After the season concluded, Montoya decided to sign a deal with the Montreal Canadiens, forcing the Panthers to look elsewhere for another goalie.

During the offseason, the Cats decided to sign James Reimer to a 4 year, $17 million dollar deal. The idea of this signing was to give Luongo his much-needed rest during certain parts of the season. While Reimer did that towards the beginning, he later took on a role that no one thought he’d take on. The role would end up being the starting goaltender for the Panthers.

When Roberto went down with an injury during the year, it was all eyes and ears on James. Reimer was previously a starting goalie for the Toronto Maple Leafs, coming in with some experience under his belt. The 29-year-old had a few really bad games last season, but then there were other games he completely stole single-handedly.

He proved to us all that not only is he a capable backup, but he can also start games when needed. Reimer ended off the year with a .920 SV%, playing in 43 games total. While Roberto is 38 turning 39 in April, his window with the team could be coming to an end. With that being said, giving the starting position to James will prove successful for the Cats.

Predators #76 P.K Subban Yellow Home Stitched NHL Jersey

Predators #76 P.K Subban Yellow Home Stitched NHL Jersey

The search is on for reasons why the Predators have gone from the No. 8 seed in the Western Conference to two victories away from winning it, and P.K. Subban has a thought that might not be obvious to the Predators locker-room outsider.

“It’s the feeling, you know?” Subban said of the confidence this team has with a 2-1 lead on the Anaheim Ducks in the Western Conference finals. “The chemistry our team has starts with, I believe, ownership and management. I believe that’s where it starts. Based on the atmosphere you create around the work premises and work environment is how guys are going to feel when they come in to the rink. If you’re going to treat guys in a way where they’re going to love coming to the rink every day and love working hard and practicing and getting better, that’s what’s going to happen. If you don’t create that environment, it makes things a little tougher.

“I think the Preds have done a great, great job of creating an atmosphere that makes guys want to play there, want to be there. And want to play long and into June and have an opportunity to win a Cup. Everybody loves it. I haven’t heard one bad thing from a player in terms of the city of Nashville, the organization or our coaches.”

Subban did not directly contrast his current situation with his former situation in Montreal, though he certainly had issues at times with management there. Here’s more from Subban in a recent interview with The Tennessean.

On the toughest moment of his first season in Nashville: “I was tested mentally with everything that happened early in the season. Being injured for six weeks, and one of the toughest things is switching teams, switching organizations, living in a different country. It’s like, it was a huge adjustment from everything. And then you mix in being injured for six weeks, it’s tough. Coming out of training camp I was a little banged up, then a little bit more banged up, then out, then came back and had to build slowly and work my way back up. And when you’re trying to build your niche within a team, that’s tough to do when you’re not playing and not around the guys all the time. I stayed positive, but that was probably the rockiest moment.”

On media criticism: “I’m not going to defend people who think they know me or think they know what it’s like to be around me in a locker room. At the end of the day, I don’t have the platform that media analysts have to talk on TV every day, the platform to defend myself. So I’m not even going to try. The success of our teams speaks volumes on the leadership we have in this dressing room. And since I’ve come to the team, they’ve made me feel like I’ve been a part of it for six years, you know? It’s been an easy transition. But as far as everything on the outside, I don’t need to defend anything; I do my talking on the ice. At the end of the day, if we win I’m happy. It’s a waste of my time. If my focus is anywhere but on our team and what we’re trying to accomplish, I’m not helping the team.”

On possibly bringing in new fans in a predominantly white sport: “I go out and do my job. If kids want to look up to me as a role model, that’s great. But I’ve always just been somebody who wanted to be recognized for what I do on the ice. Obviously I understand that there’s only a few black hockey players in the league, so people are going to talk about that regardless, and that’s fine. I know who I am, and I know what I represent. But at the end of the day, it’s hard enough playing in the National Hockey League to be playing for anything else other than to win and be part of a winning team.”

On dealing with racism: “That’s not a topic I would want to get into. No, if anything, you deal with more jealousy than anything. When you’re good, you’re going to deal with that.”

On Nashville living up to his expectations: “When you move to any city, take it for what it is, and since I’ve come here it’s been unbelievable. It’s been one of the best, I mean, if I didn’t miss my family as much, I’d live in Nashville 12 months a year. I love it; it’s great. But my family is in Toronto, so I have to go back and see them. But I’d love to spend my offseason in Nashville as well. Great weather, great people, great food. Not just the Southern food, the Southern food’s great, but sushi, Mexican, whatever, I’m a food person. I live in Brentwood. I go out to this place in Franklin called Red Pony. It’s an awesome place. I go there all the time. This is just a great place to live, great place to be young. I just love it.”

Ryan Hartman’s wholesale jerseys natural hat trick boosts Blackhawks

Ryan Hartman’s wholesale jerseys natural hat trick boosts Blackhawks

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Ryan Hartman scored a natural hat trick in the third period wholesale jerseys, including the final two into an empty net, to help the Chicago Blackhawks to a 5-2 win against the Nashville Predators at United Center on Sunday.

Hartman’s first goal broke a 2-2 tie with 8:11 left wholesale hockey jerseys. The next two were scored with Predators goalie Pekka Rinne on the bench for an extra attacker.

Artemi Panarin and Niklas Hjalmarsson scored goals for Chicago (26-12-5), which has won three in a row. Patrick Kane had his 10th multi-point game of the season with three assists. Corey Crawford made 25 saves for his 15th win.

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“It’s not really how you draw it up, but they count,” said Hartman said of his final two goals, which he scored at 18:46 and 19:28. “I don’t think anyone is going to remember that in a couple days.”

Austin Watson made it 2-2 at 2:01 of the third for the Predators (17-16-7), but Hartman put Chicago back in front with his first goal. It withstood a video review that determined the puck hit his left hand and crossed the goal line before the net was dislodged.

“It didn’t have to do with the net [coming off] for me,” Nashville coach Peter Laviolette said. “It had to do with whether or not he took his hand off his stick and batted it into the net. It was difficult to tell, but certainly there was that motion that he did it. I guess you can’t tell in the end whether or not he actually hit it.”

Mattias Ekholm scored and Mike Fisher had two assists for Nashville, which got 26 saves from Rinne.

Chicago led 2-1 on goals by Panarin and Hjalmarsson after a first period that had 13 combined shots.

Panarin made it 1-0 at 7:45 on a one-timer from the left wing, and Hjalmarsson put the Blackhawks up 2-1 at 14:04 with a shot from the blue line for his NHL career-high fifth goal of the season.

Ekholm tied it 1-1 at 8:30 for Nashville, 45 seconds after Panarin’s goal.

After going 1-4-1, the Blackhawks have defeated the Buffalo Sabres, Carolina Hurricanes and Predators to begin a four-game homestand.

“Big comeback win against Buffalo, kind of hung on there against Carolina and then you find yourself 2-2 in the third [against Nashville],” Kane said. “It’s nice to get that third one and kind of build off of that.”
Goal of the game

Hartman’s goal came seconds after Panik made a high-skill play in front of the net by shooting the first of two attempts between his legs. His second attempt sent the puck in the air, where it hit Hartman for the goal. “[Panik] made a good play at the net, and I don’t really know cheap nhl jerseys wholesale how it came to me, but I was trying to get to the net and I just felt it go off my hip,” Hartman said. “So, a lucky one.”

Hurricanes goalie makes 30 saves wholesale jerseys, Phillip Di Giuseppe scores game-winner

Hurricanes goalie makes 30 saves wholesale jerseys, Phillip Di Giuseppe scores game-winner

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Cam Ward made 30 saves and Phillip Di Giuseppe scored with 3:34 wholesale jerseys remaining in overtime to help the Carolina Hurricanes to a 1-0 win against the Tampa Bay Lightning at PNC Arena on Sunday.

It was Ward’s first shutout in 42 games against the Lightning. Carolina (10-10-5) won its sixth straight at home.

“We’re competing,” Ward said. “I don’t think it’s anything magical. It’s just coming ready to play. It feels like we’ve been on the road forever. When you come home, guys are excited and they want to perform well in this building.”

The goal was the first of the season for Di Giuseppe, who beat Lightning goalie Ben Bishop with a wrist shot from the right circle after a drop pass Viktor Stalberg.

WATCH: All Lightning vs. Hurricanes highlights

“I tried shooting it quick,” said Di Giuseppe, playing his fourth game since being recalled from Charlotte of the American Hockey League. “It was right on the ice. I don’t score too many of those, so maybe I will start shooting them.”

Bishop made 29 saves for Tampa Bay (14-11-2), which has lost five of its past six games.

Despite a video review, Lightning coach Jon Cooper was adamant that goaltender interference occurred on the goal.

“Intention has nothing to do with it,” Cooper said. “[Stalberg] interfered with him. It’s called incidental contact. He kicks the stick between Bishop’s legs, and the puck goes right there. He wasn’t given a chance to make the save. He didn’t. I’m blown away.”

Bishop makes a great pad save
With 4:07 remaining in the third period, Di Giuseppe thought he had blown wholesale team jerseys his best scoring chance. He spun to his forehand near the left post and pushed a shot wide with Bishop out of position.

“The one in the third, yeah, I couldn’t believe it,” he said. “(Noah) Hanifin made a great play to me and the goalie was faked out. I had the whole net but I just fanned on it. It all worked out.”

Carolina killed two penalties late in the third period that resulted in 22 seconds of a 5-on-3 man advantage for Tampa Bay.

The Hurricanes had a power play midway through the third period but could not capitalize on two quality scoring chances. Jeff Skinner pushed a rebound wide at the right post before Hanifin hit the left post.
Goal of the game

Recognizing that Stalberg and Vladislav Namestnikov screened Bishop on the way past the net, Di Giuseppe made a quick toe drag and shot to fool the Lightning goaltender.

Di Giuseppe buries OT winner
Save of the game

Ward’s best came with 8:34 remaining when he fended off a redirected shot from Namestnikov, as well as the rebound. Braydon Coburn began the play with a shot from the left point that changed direction.
Highlight of the game

Bishop made a tough and extremely awkward save early in the second period when he covered the right post to stop Skinner’s wrist shot from the right faceoff circle. Bishop was careful not to move until he got a whistle, not knowing what happened to the puck. Linesman Kory Nagy fished the puck out from somewhere inside Bishop’s left shoulder pads.
Unsung moment of the game

Tampa Bay had 9:39 of power-play time, including 21 seconds of 5-on-3 in the third period. But the Hurricanes held the Lightning to seven shots with the man-advantage, improving their NHL-best percentage to 91.2.
They said it

“Guys were battling, but we’re playing two games in less than 24 hours. You could tell the guys were tired. Same with Carolina. It amped up there in the last 10 minutes of the game when desperation set in and you could win a hockey game, but when both goalies are playing the way they were, that game could have gone a few games without a goal.” — Lightning cheap nhl jerseys wholesale coach Jon Cooper

“We still need to find a way to score. We need to get different results offensively. We’ve got to find a way to bear down. We’ve got to get a little bit more in that net-front presence. We have to take our turn at the net.” — Hurricanes coach Bill Peters

“Lately whenever I get a shot, I’m kind of hoping it goes in, looking if it’s going to squeak in. But that one, I kind of shot it not expecting it (to go in). So it was nice to get that one.” — Hurricanes forward Phillip Di Giuseppe

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Peters said Jordan Staal (concussion) had an off-ice workout on Saturday wholesale nhl jerseys china and will skate Monday. He may go on the Hurricanes’ upcoming road trip. Peters said he hopes to have Elias Lindholm (lower-body) on the trip as well. …Victor Hedman led the Lightning with five shots, five hits and 26:35 of ice time.

Minnesota goalie Darcy Kuemper makes 35 saves in win wholesale jerseys

Minnesota goalie Darcy Kuemper makes 35 saves in win wholesale jerseys

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Matt Dumba scored 3:57 into overtime to help the Minnesota Wild to a 2-1 win against the Ottawa Senators at Canadian Tire Centre wholesale jerseys on Sunday.

After Wild forward Mikael Granlund skated the puck down through the slot from the blue line, he passed the puck in front of the net and Dumba dove to knock it by Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson and into the net.

Ryan Suter scored a shorthanded goal for the Wild (8-5-1) and goaltender Darcy Kuemper, who started his third game of the season, made 35 saves.

WATCH: All Senators vs. Wild highlights

Kyle Turris scored and Craig Anderson made 40 saves for the Senators (9-5-1), who failed to win their third straight.

Dumba said he welcomes the opportunity to play the 3-on-3 format in overtime.

“I love it,” he said. “It’s what you dream of when you’re a little kid. Tonight, I seized the opportunity. Just lucky it came to me and I saw it there and it just rolled in. It hit something and it threw me off. I just got a piece of it. It seemed like forever me watching it going into the net.”

Dumba’s diving goal in OT

The Wild finished with a split of their four-game road trip, which saw them play their past three games in four nights.

The game was a good bounce back for Kuemper, who gave up five goals on 32 shots in a loss to the New York Islanders in his previous start on Oct. 23.

“It’s nice,” Kuemper said. “Looking at the schedule going forward, it’s going to pick up. We have a lot more games. It looks like I’m going to be getting more starts more regularly, so it’s nice to get one like this under my belt so I can be confident next time my number is called.”

Turris tied the game 1-1 at 5:06 of the third period.

The Senators had the first four power plays of the game, but their struggles with the man-advantage continued. They went 0-for-4 on Sunday and are 1-for-26 on the in the past 11 games.

“It’s a big point,” Senators coach Guy Boucher said new jersey wholesale. “Those points, they matter at the end. You make [the Stanley Cup Playoffs] or you don’t, by one, two or three points. That point we got tonight is huge.”
Goal of the game

Suter scored the Wild’s second shorthanded goal of the season at 8:36 of the first period to give Minnesota a 1-0 lead. Wild forward Eric Staal cut towards the net and got a shot on Anderson with the rebound going back out into the slot. Suter was unchecked and scored his fourth goal of the season.

Suter’s shorthanded goal

Save of the game

With the game tied 1-1 seven minutes into the third period, Kuemper moved strongly to his right to get his glove on a shot by Senators defenseman Cody Ceci.
Highlight of the game

Wild forward Nino Niederreiter jumped off the bench and got a breakaway from the Ottawa blue line four minutes into the second period. He faked to the right, went to his forehand but had his shot stopped by Anderson’s blocker.

Anderson’s great blocker save

Unsung moment of the game

With two minutes to go in the first period, Niederreiter put a strong check on Ceci, who had snuck down from the right point and was a threat to score.
They said it

“He was really good. I’m really happy for him. He hadn’t played in a while and in the last game he would admit he wasn’t as sharp as he’d like to be, but this gets him back into the fray, especially when we’re playing 10 games in 17 days.” — Wild coach Bruce Boudreau on goaltender Darcy Kuemper

“Every day, we’re concerned about getting better at everything. Obviously that’s one of the areas we need to (improve).” — Ottawa coach Guy Boucher after the Senators were held to two or fewer goals for the ninth straight game

“We’re playing the right way, we’re getting some opportunities, we’re just not able to capitalize. The positive out of not scoring right now is that even though those guys may be showing some frustration, they’re still doing their job on the defensive side of the puck hockey jersey wholesale, which is allowing us to get points, and be in each game. The goals will come. It’s the law of averages. Sooner or later.” — Senators goalie Craig Anderson
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Senators defenseman Marc Methot left wholesale jersey fabric the game in the second period because of a lower-body injury and did not return. Boucher had a hint Methot might not be able to finish the game, which is why he opted to dress seven defensemen and scratched forward Matt Puempel. … Ottawa has scored 13 goals in its past nine games and hasn’t scored more than three goals in a game since a 3-0 win against the Vancouver Canucks on Oct. 25.

Jay Bouwmeester of Blues to play 1,000th game wholesale jerseys

Jay Bouwmeester of Blues to play 1,000th game wholesale jerseys

St. Louis Blues defenseman Jay Bouwmeester will play his 1,000th NHL game against the New York Rangers on Tuesday (7 p.m. ET; MSG+, FS-MW, NHL.TV).

Bouwmeester may wholesale jerseys be quiet in demeanor and personality, but it’s far from the case on the ice.

The 33-year-old, who was selected by the Florida Panthers with the No. 3 pick of the 2002 NHL Draft, doesn’t garner much attention off the ice. But on it, his presence has been felt since the day he made his NHL debut with the Panthers against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Oct. 10, 2002.

“He’s quiet in public, but he’s not quiet in the locker room,” Blues coach Ken Hitchcock said of Bouwmeester, who has 81 goals and 296 assists in 999 regular-season games with the Panthers (471 games), Calgary Flames (279) and Blues (249). “He says the right things at the right time that need to be said when you need it to be said. He doesn’t waste any time. He has the gift that his mother [Gena] gave him.”

Bouwmeester will become the 307th NHL player and 17th active player to play 1,000 games.

“I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t [exciting],” Bouwmeester said. “It’s a pretty big milestone. When you start your career, to say you’ll play 1,000 games, you don’t think that far ahead. It’s one of those things where a milestone comes up that causes you to kind of look back and reflect a little bit. It’s just a neat number, a neat thing to do. It goes by fast. It doesn’t seem like you’ve done this a thousand times. It’s crazy. I’ve played with a few guys that have kind of hit that number and you kind of think like, ‘Wow, that guy’s been around for a while.’ It’s just something cool.

“… My first game was with Florida, we played nhl wholesale jerseys authentic at home against Tampa. Actually, our first exhibition game was in Montreal, and I thought, ‘A game in Montreal.’ I thought they were all going to be like that. I remember it. You remember the early ones and not a lot in between. It’s funny to the guys you played back with on those teams. Not many of them are around anymore.”

In addition to his NHL success, Bouwmeester has won five gold medals playing internationally for Canada: the IIHF World Championship in 2003 and 2004, the World Cup in 2004 and 2016, and the 2014 Sochi Olympics. In all he’s played for Canada at 11 international tournaments.

Bouwmeester’s ability to stay relatively healthy for most of his 14 seasons has helped him build a solid career. He played 737 straight games from March 6, 2004 to Nov. 22, 2014; it’s the fifth-longest consecutive games played streak in League history. Doug Jarvis is the leader with 964 consecutive games.

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“Being healthy is a big thing. I’ve been lucky,” wholesale jersey outlet Bouwmeester said. “I haven’t had any major injuries that cause you lose to lose a big chunk of time during the season. Stuff happens that you can’t really control. I’ve been lucky with that. I think as you get older, as you play longer, you kind of realize what works for you, and what you need to do in the summers to prepare for the season and during the year. Everyone works out in the summertime now, but during the year you have to do a little bit more and just kind of take care of yourself a little bit better.”

The Blues acquired Bouwmeester on April 1, 2013, and one of his roles has been mentoring defenseman Alex Pietrangelo, who was named captain Aug. 25, and they have formed one of the more reliable defense pairings in the game.

“He makes my life a lot easier than it can be,” Pietrangelo said. “You just watch what he does out there. I think both of us will say the same thing. We have good camaraderie, we read off each other well. He’s smart and he does everything well on the ice. When you have a guy that’s as well-rounded as he is, it makes life easier for everybody out there.

“There’s a reason why he’s played 1,000 games. He’s pretty reliable. Night in, night out, you know what you’re going to get from buy wholesale jerseys. He’s consistent. That’s why he’s a pro and one of the best I’ve ever seen.”

Bouwmeester came into the League at a time when bigger was better. Despite the evolution to a more speed-based game, he said he doesn’t see himself retiring anytime soon.

“I’m still having fun, I still like it,” Bouwmeester said. “We have a good team here, so that makes everything more exciting. I’m 33; I don’t feel real old or anything like that. I think I can still play. A couple years down the line you kind of see where you’re at and the way the League’s going. It’s getting younger. I was reading something the other day that there are only 20-some guys over 35 now left. That’s crazy. Usually there used to be at least three or four on every team. We’ll see, but I’m not looking too far down the road.”

Oilers shut out Jets in Heritage Classic – wholesale jerseys US

Oilers shut out Jets in Heritage Classic – wholesale jerseys US

Edmonton Oilers goaltender Cam Talbot proved to be wholesale jerseys an unruly guest at the Winnipeg Jets outdoor hockey party.

Talbot made 31 saves for the shutout, the third in 19 regular-season outdoor games, when the Oilers defeated the Jets 3-0 in the 2016 Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic at Investors Group Field on Sunday.

“Certainly would have liked to give fans at least one reason to get out of their seats,” Winnipeg coach Paul Maurice said. “We couldn’t do that for them, unfortunately. It was such a spectacular week here, especially for the city of Winnipeg. The game was a tough one.”

Talbot made it difficult for the Jets by holding the fort in the first period, making 10 saves, with the Oilers (5-1-0) trying to find their footing. He has been a part of three outdoor games in the NHL, but this was his first time he saw action.

“I was really excited for this one, obviously, to get a chance to play in my first game,” he said. “The atmosphere was great out there. The ice was in pretty good condition. It was just a heck of a weekend getting to have dinner with the alumni the other night and then have some fun in practice yesterday.

“It’s always a lot of fun for the guys coming out here and getting to play in these games. I was just looking forward to taking it all in and hopefully wholesale sports jerseys authentic come out with a big two points, which obviously we were able to get.”

Talbot, who became a first-time father with the birth of twins Landon Thomas and Sloane Colleen on Wednesday, got his 12th career shutout (119 NHL games).

Center Mark Letestu, defenseman Darnell Nurse and right wing Zack Kassian scored in a span of 7:52 in the second period.

The Jets (2-3-0) are the 15th home team to lose in the 19 regular-season outdoor games played in NHL history. The road team is 14-4-1 and 9-3-0 since the start of the 2013-14 season.

The start of the game was delayed by almost two hours because of the presence of direct sunlight on the ice surface, which presented a potential danger to player safety. The temperature at puck drop was 50.1 degrees.

Letestu made it 1-0 on a shorthanded breakaway at 9:24 of the second period.

Defenseman Dustin Byfuglien misplayed the puck, allowing Letestu to break in alone on Connor Hellebuyck (29 saves) and beat him with a snap shot for the second shorthanded goal in outdoor game history.

“There wasn’t any wow moment when I got the puck; it was more please score,” said Letestu.

Goal of the game

Letestu intercepted a pass by Winnipeg right wing Blake Wheeler and capitalized on a mistake by Byfuglien to score shorthanded.

Save of the game

Hellebuyck made a series of three saves in 11 seconds late in the second period, stopping Leon Draisaitl on back-to-back wrist shots to start the sequence with 2:27 left in the second period.
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A poke check by Ryan Nugent-Hopkins on rookie Patrik Laine in the Jets defensive zone set up Kassian’s goal at 17:16 of the second.

Highlight of the game

Nurse gave the Oilers a 2-0 lead at 11:10 of the second, scoring on a pass from Connor McDavid on a 2-on-1 break eight seconds after Nurse was released from the penalty box.

They said it

“It’s icing on the cake. Going into it you want to enjoy the experience as much as you can, but most importantly, you want to get the two points. When you’re playing well as team and things are going well it’s a fun game to be a part of, especially when you walk away with two points.” — Oilers right wing Zack Kassian on his goal

“I thought in the first period we were the better team. We had some great chances. Cam came up with some great saves. We get a power play in the second and think we can go get the lead and then a bad bounce, a guy gets a breakaway and wholesale hockey jersey they score and then a guy gets out of the penalty box and all of a sudden you’re down 2-0 when you’re thinking you’re playing an alright game.” — Jets center Mathieu Perrault on Edmonton’s first two goals

“I just tried something stupid and they got the puck and scored. It was my mistake and my man. I just want to learn from that mistake and move on.” — Jets right wing Patrick Laine on his turnover that led to Edmonton’s third goal

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Miikka Kiprusoff of the Calgary Flames (2011 Heritage Classic) and Jonas Hiller of the Anaheim Ducks (2014 Stadium Series) have the other shutouts in outdoor game history. … After finishing with the second-fewest points in the League last season (71), Edmonton (5-1-0) is the first team to reach 10 points this season. … Winnipeg has led for 17:03 in its first five games.

Wholesale Jerseys – Patrik Laine responds to Teemu Selanne’s praise

Wholesale Jerseys – Patrik Laine responds to Teemu Selanne’s praise

Former NHL forward Teemu Selanne might have retired Wholesale Jerseys at the end of the 2013-14 season, but he’s still got his finger on the pulse of the NHL.

When Patrik Laine, the No. 2 pick in the 2016 NHL Draft, completed his first NHL hat trick at 2:40 of overtime to give the Winnipeg Jets a 5-4 win against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Wednesday, Selanne was watching.

The message from Selanne, who was selected with the No. 10 pick by the Jets in 1988 and played four seasons in Winnipeg, came by surprise to Laine. He hadn’t seen the tweet as of Thursday morning, but the 18-year-old took the compliment in stride usa wholesale jerseys.

“Oh, OK,” he said.

Laine said Selanne has been a big inspiration for fellow Finland-born hockey players.

“He’s a big guy in our country, a legend who has been an idol to a lot of young kids who have played hockey in Finland,” Laine said. “He’s just an amazing guy. He was an awesome player and it’s nice to know him.”

Laine said he spoke with Selanne as recently as the World Cup of Hockey 2016, where the 46-year-old gave him a few pieces of advice heading into his rookie season china wholesale jersey.

“He just said you’re going to get the first games just once, so enjoy them and have fun and have fun with the guys and give your best shot with the guys on the ice,” Laine said.

As much as Selanne has influenced Finland-born players, Laine said he doesn’t want to model his game after anyone, including the Finnish Flash.

“I just want to be who I am,” he said. “I don’t have to pretend or anything. I’m going to be like this for the rest of my life, I know that. I don’t have to model anybody.”

Selanne will be in Winnipeg on Saturday to play in the Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic Alumni Game (4 p.m. ET; NHLN, SN, NHL.TV). Laine plays in the Heritage Classic on Sunday (3 p.m. ET; NHLN, SN, TVA Sports 2, NHL.TV) against the Edmonton Oilers.

Laine scored 1:00 into the third period and tied the game with 55 seconds remaining in regulation. His hard, accurate and quick release featured on all three goals.

“I’ve never seen anybody score goals like Patrik Laine does in practice. Ever, in 20 years,” Jets coach Paul Maurice said. “There are guys that are good shooters in practice and they can’t seem to find a way to translate that into a game. But he has a gift, there’s no question about it. It’s a different shot.”

It’s a shot Laine has been perfecting for years.

“I’ve worked a lot to get my shot where it is right now,” he said. “I’ve just learned on my own. I’ve watched a lot of videos from YouTube, old NHL players, (Washington Capitals captain Alex) Ovechkin and guys like that. I’ve just tried to learn on my own and make it better nhl jersey wholesale.”

Laine’s overtime winner also re-wrote Winnipeg Jets/Atlanta Thrashers history. Twice.

He became the first player in franchise history to score a game-tying goal with under 1:00 left and go on to score the game-winning goal in overtime, and also became the youngest player in franchise history at 18 years, 183 days to record a hat trick.

“It’s one achievement more to my career,” he said.

Laine said he celebrated his hat trick by eating half a bowl of ice cream. It was Smarties flavor and his girlfriend ate the other half.

“That was pretty good,” Laine said. “My dad bought it.”

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