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Tampa, FL (SportsNetwork.com) - Ben Bishop made 26 saves and Tampa Bay scored four unanswered goals to top Ottawa, 4-1, on Saturday. Alex Killorn scored the eventual game-winner 1:16 into the third period, and Brenden Morrow and Nikita Kucherov added insurance goals for the Lightning, who won all three games on their homestand. Killorn and Ryan Callahan each tallied a goal and an assist for the Lightning. David Legwand scored Ottawas lone goal and Robin Lehner made 28 saves on 32 shots against. The Senators have lost four of their last five. Tampa Bays top line gave the Lightning their first lead early in the third. Anton Stralman fired a shot toward Lehner, and Killorn reached around defenseman Erik Karlsson to get his stick in position for the deflection to tally his seventh of the season. Weve got a pretty dynamic bunch, said Lightning coach Jon Cooper. When were pushing the pace, we can get some things done. Morrow scored his first of the season later in the period to give Tampa Bay some insurance. He found a soft spot in the defense right in front of Lehner and Cedric Paquette found him with a pass from behind the net. Halfway through the period, a double-minor gave Tampa Bay a four minute power play and a chance to seal the win. A Senators turnover to Steven Stamkos gave him a great chance in the slot, but Lehner made a tough save to preserve the two-goal deficit. With time winding down in the 5-on-4 advantage, Tyler Johnsons shot from the top of the circle was deflected by Kucherov into the top corner of the net for the 4-1 lead. Against good teams, you need a full 60 minutes, said Lehner. Ottawa started the scoring with less than two minutes remaining in the first period. On its first power play, Legwand scored his third of the season when he received a pass from Karlsson at the top of the circle and wristed one through traffic past Bishop. Callahan scored his 11th of the season early in the second period. Killorns hard work along the boards in the defensive zone sprung Stamkos on a 2-on-1 with Callahan. Stamkos found Callahan on a pass across the slot and the latter one-timed the puck to the back of the net to tie the game. Game Notes Victor Hedman returned after an 18-game absence with a broken finger ... Stamkos three-game goal streak was snapped ... Killorn owns a seven-game point streak with five goals and three assists ... On Friday, the Lightning traded defenseman Eric Brewer to Anaheim for a third-round draft pick ... Tampa Bay is 14-0-0 when Callahan scores a goal since being acquired from the New York Rangers last season ... Legwand played in his 1,000th NHL game. Puma Suede Cuir Blanc . JOHNS, N. Puma Heart Patent .S.-Cuba relations means baseball prospects get off the island and into the major leagues without payoffs to smugglers and threats from kidnappers, its hard to see the downside. http://www.creepersbyrihanna.fr/puma-heart-patent.html. The Toronto Blue Jays general manager made a series of bold moves that reshaped the club ahead of what would turn out to be a disastrous 2013 campaign. Puma Rihanna Velours Bordeaux . - Doug Kalitta led Top Fuel qualifying Friday in the NHRA Nationals at Maple Grove Raceway with a 3. Claquette Puma Femme Fourrure . The 25-year-old native of Milford, Conn., has 18 points in 41 games this season. The five-foot-eight 166-pound centre also has 28 points (10-1 in 15 games with AHL Oklahoma City.Leicesters march to a remarkable Premier League title win goes on - but have Claudio Ranieris side been fortunate in recent weeks with refereeing decisions? Wes Morgan, Danny Simpson and Robert Huth (twice) have had the ball strike their arm in the Leicester penalty box in the past two months, without a spot-kick being awarded against them.At the other end, the Foxes have been awarded 10 penalties - the most in the Premier League and four more than any other side. In fact, Jamie Vardy alone (six) has been awarded more penalties than 18 Premier League teams.Former top-flight referee Dermot Gallagher analyses the weekends key decisions on Sky Sports News HQ every Monday morning.Here, he takes a closer look at some recent big calls in Leicesters Premier League fixtures and delivers his verdict on whether theyve had the rub of the green…MATCH: Sunderland 0-2 Leicester, April 10 Sunderlands DeAndre Yedlin challenges Leicesters Shinji Okazaki INCIDENT 1: Marc Albrighton plays a diagonal ball over the Sunderland defence which Shinji Okazaki races on to. As the ball sails over the defence, DeAndre Yedlin attempts to clear but misses the ball and catches Okazaki in the chest. Referee Anthony Taylor decides not to award Leicester a penalty.GALLAGHERS VERDICT: Incorrect decision.GALLAGHER SAYS: I think its a foul and a penalty. I dont think the referee realises what has happened. Yedlin had caught Okazaki in the chest and he is not near the ball. Anthony doesnt see it like that, but the penalty should have been given. INCIDENT 2: Sunderlands Patrick van Aanholt fires in a low cross which strikes Leicester defender Robert Huth on the arm as he slides in to make a challenge. The referee decides not to point to the spot.GALLAGHERS VERDICT: Correct decision.GALLAGHER SAYS: The cross strikes Huths hand not the other way around, so its definitely not a penalty. Huth cant cut his arm off, its there and he was just going to ground. His arms have to go somewhere and that is what you would call a natural position.MATCH: Leicester 1-0 Southampton, April 3 INCIDENT 1: Southamptons Sadio Mane is clean through on goal, rounds goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, but has a goal-bound shot blocked by Leicesters Danny Simpson. Handball was not given. GALLAGHERS VERDICT: Correct decision.GALLAGHER SAYS: It has to be intentional, and not be committed. It wouldve hit his chest. But I think the rule has got to be more prescriptive, it has got to be, This is handball or This isnt handball. INCIDENT 2: Southamptons Charlie Austin plays a low cross in the area which strikes Huth on the arm, but the referee gives Southampton a corner rather than a spot-kick.GALLAGHERS VERDICT: Correct decision.GALLAGHER SAYS: The ball has coome from a short distance and it has come at speed, theres no doubt about that.ddddddddddddCan he get his hand out the way? Im not convinced he can. INCIDENT 3: Wes Morgan rises above Jordy Clasie to head in Christian Fuchs cross to score, but the Leicester captain appeared to put his arm across the Dutchman while contending for the ball.GALLAGHERS VERDICT: Correct decision.GALLAGHER SAYS: Michael Oliver has a great view of it. He can see what force he puts into it. I dont think its a foul. INCIDENT 4: Very early on in the second half, Victor Wanyama miscontrols the ball, Jamie Vardy pounces on it and is dragged back with what appeared to be an arm across the face. A yellow card is given, but should it have been a red?GALLAGHERS VERDICT: Correct decision.GALLAGHER SAYS: Hes on his shoulder to start with. Its a pull-back and Michael has got that right. Hes very clever to realise the first touch is to take the ball away and not panicking and giving a red card.MATCH: Crystal Palace 0-1 Leicester, March 19 INCIDENT: A Leicester corner is taken and Scott Dann pulls Robert Huths shirt off in the penalty box. The referee gives nothing.GALLAGHERS VERDICT: Correct decision.GALLAGHER SAYS: The referee is too distant from the incident. He has so much to watch, hes looking through so many players he cant see that. MATCH: Leicester 2-2 West Brom, March 1 INCIDENT: With Leicester 1-0 down, Danny Drinkwater scores an equaliser but West Broms Stephane Sessegnon is booked after the goal for his reaction to a challenge by Foxes full-back Christian Fuchs in the build-up.GALLAGHERS VERDICT: Foul: Incorrect decision. Reaction: Correct decision.GALLAGHER SAYS: My first reaction when I saw it was no foul [by Fuchs]. When you see it again from a different angle, its definitely a foul. Its a yellow card at least, bordering on a red card. Hes [Sessegnon] berated the official too much. Mark Clattenburg has backed the assistant, and the assistant thinks it wasnt a foul.MATCH: Leicester 1-0 Norwich, February 27 INCIDENT: With this Premier League encounter finely poised, Cameron Jerome curls an effort at goal. The ball appears to hit Wes Morgan on the arm in the penalty area. Nothing is given.GALLAGHERS VERDICT: Correct decision.GALLAGHER SAYS: It cant be given. It is not deliberate, hes turned away and it has hit him. Also See: Typical Leicester? Foxes still have work to do Ranieri: Everything in our hands Carra on Leicesters title tilt Cheap NFL JerseysWholesale JerseysWholesale NFL JerseysJerseys From ChinaWholesale NFL JerseysCheap NFL JerseysCheap JerseysCheap Jerseys ' ' '
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