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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.

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“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

Need to know

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.