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EDMONTON -- Jiri Hudler didnt go with the entire Calgary Flames team when they flew into Edmonton on Friday night, but they were certainly glad he caught up with them by game time on Saturday. Hudler scored 3:14 into overtime as the Flames avoided joining Edmonton in the Western Conference basement, defeating the Oilers 2-1. There was a hectic end to an otherwise rather sedate affair. Edmonton tied the game with 10.1 seconds left to spoil rookie goalie Reto Berras bid at his first career shutout. With their own goalie pulled, Oiler David Perron was able to send the puck behind the Calgary goalie from the side of the goal to Taylor Hall, who shovelled it into a wide-open net. The Flames got their revenge in extra time as a shot from the point ticked off the stick of Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and past defender Justin Schultz to Hudler on the doorstep, who potted his eighth of the year. The Flames centre wasnt originally going to play in the game. "I didnt travel with the team last night because I felt a little sick and they didnt want me on the plane because its going around, so we didnt want to get many guys exposed," Hudler said. "I got up this morning and I talked to the trainers and we booked a flight after lunch. We werent sure, but if Im travelling I want to play." Flames coach Bob Hartley said it was fitting Hudler got them over the final hurdle. "Jiri deserves lots of credit, he was sick, he left the game last night and went home sick," he said. "He was sick all night and flew in this afternoon and it was a gutsy effort." Lee Stempniak scored in regulation for the Flames (11-14-4) who have won three of their last four games. "I was very, very impressed with our team," Hartley said. "We battled for 60-plus minutes. Even when they got the tying goal, I could feel the disappointment on the bench, but I told them, we played so good, just keep going." Berra earned his fourth career win with a 30-save performance. "Im really happy that we had the win," he said. "It was really close and right after the goal youre frustrated, especially as the goalie. But you have no time to think about that or to be frustrated, the next shot is the most important. Im happy because I think I did well, they had two or three good chances in OT. I felt I was good on the puck and square and it was a good feeling for the whole team that we won this one. The Oilers (10-18-3) continue to have trouble gaining much traction at home, slipping to 4-9-1 at Rexall Place. "It was not the best effort from us," Hall said. "It was nice to score that goal late. It was a huge rush and a boost for the team to send it into overtime. They got a bounce in overtime and put it in. They played their system well and it seemed like they were just waiting for us to turn over pucks and unfortunately we kept doing that." Oilers coach Dallas Eakins said the constant turnovers his team made were the difference between a 2-1 loss on Saturday and an 8-2 win over Colorado on Thursday. "It was disappointing in that regard," he said. "It was almost like we couldnt help ourselves with our turnovers. "Sometimes when you get eight in a game, it starts to seep into your game that you think you are going to have your way every shift." It took 16 minutes before the games first goal. Edmonton coughed up the puck at the Flames blueline and Oilers defender Andrew Ference got pinched against the boards to allow a two-on-one break, with Stempniak opting to shoot it himself to beat goalie Devan Dubnyk with a high shot glove-side. It was Stempniaks sixth goal of the season. The Oilers came close to tying it with just six seconds left in the first, but a power play shot by Perron hit the post behind Berra. Much of the first-period play favoured Edmonton, as the Oilers outshot Calgary 12-6. The Flames had a three-on-one break five minutes into the second period, but Dubnyk was able to come across in time to make a pad save on Lance Buoma. Berra had to be sharp to keep it scoreless in the second as the Oilers were buzzing late in the period and Ales Hemsky redirected a Ference shot while on his knees in the slot that the Flames goalie was quick to get across and stop. The shots closed to 22-16 for Edmonton after 40 minutes. Both teams are off until Tuesday when the Oilers will play the fourth game of a five-game homestand against Carolina, while the Flames return home to entertain Boston. Notes: It was the second of five games between the provincial rivals this season. Edmonton won the first match-up 4-2 on Nov. 16, after trailing 2-0 after 40 minutesa Defenceman Jeff Petry made his return to the lineup after being a healthy scratch during the Oilers 8-2 win over Colorado on Thursday. Corey Potter came out to make room. However, Petry left the game early in the second period and did not return after being hammered into the post between the boards and the bench by David Jonesa Former Oiler defenceman Ladislav Smid made his first return to Edmonton since a rare trade between the two teams that sent him to the Flames earlier this season. The Oilers picked up prospects Roman Horak and Laurent Brossoit. Smid played seven seasons in Edmontona The injury-riddled Flames had some good news when centre Joe Colborne returned to the lineup after missing Fridays loss to the Avalanche with the flu. Winger Brian McGratton also came back from a lower body injurya The Flames remained without forwards Curtis Glencross (knee) and TJ Galiardi (back spasms), centre Sean Hudle (fractured foot) and defenceman Dennis Wideman (fractured hand)a Edmonton was still without face-off specialist Boyd Gordon (shoulder), goalies Ilya Bryzgalov (concussion/whiplash symptoms) and Richard Bachman (lower body) and forward Tyler Pitlick (knee). http://www.cheapshoesfree.com/. -- Chad Labelle scored the winner 17:36 into the third period to give Medicine Hat a 2-1 victory over the Swift Current Broncos on Sunday and lift the Tigers into the second round of the Western Hockey League playoffs. Cheap UA Shoes. Two weeks after suffering a concussion, Foles will start in place of Michael Vick, who is out for the second time this season with a hamstring injury. http://www.cheapshoesfree.com/. 1 overall pick in the draft by the Houston Texans, is recovering from sports hernia surgery. Cheap Adidas Shoes. PETERSBURG, Fla. NEWARK, N.J. -- Devils coach Pete DeBoer has been looking for one of his goalies to get hot and take over the majority of the playing time. Marty Brodeur gave DeBoer a clear answer Saturday night with one of his best games of the season. Dainius Zubrus scored two goals in the third period and Brodeur made 33 saves, leading the New Jersey Devils past the Tampa Bay Lightning, 3-0. "Its exactly what we needed at the right time," DeBoer said of Brodeur. "That game (Friday, 3-2 loss to the Penguins) night took a lot out of us and I knew the difference was going to be the goaltending." Brodeur earned his third shutout of the season and 124th of his career. "I know for me, its always been hard not to be there all the time," Brodeur said. "Its the way it is when you have two guys who can play. It always makes decisions difficult." Jaromir Jagr assisted on both goals to raise his assist total to 1,024. Damien Brunners seventh goal had broken the scoreless tie in the second period. "It was a really nice pass and it doesnt happen a lot these days," Brunner said. "I was able to generate some speed and Geli (Eric Gelinas) made a great pass." Jagr skated behind the net and passed to Zubrus on doorstep of the crease for the goal at 6:44 of the period. Then, at 9:36, Jagr put a backhand shot on goal and Zubrus was there to knock in the rebound for his seventh goal and a 3-0 advantage. Brodeur came up with two of his best saves in the third to thwart the Lightning. First, he turned away a breakaway chance with a pad save on Nikita Kucherovs shot. Then he smothered a point-blank shot by J.T. Brown. "I have no clue," when asked how he made the save on Kucherov.dddddddddddd "I didnt feel it and didnt know what it was. I got lucky." Brunner scored at the 15:37 mark. Rookie defenceman Eric Gelinas made a pass up the middle to Brunners stick, just before the blue line. Brunner got between two defenders for a break on goal, deked to his left and then pushed a forehand past Lightning goalie Anders Lindback. Mark Fayne was credited with an assist. The Lightning put pressure on Brodeur in the second period, outshooting the Devils 14-5. Before Brunners goal, Brodeur had Martin St. Louis muttering to himself in the second period after the Devils goalie foiled a scoring chance by the Lightnings star. St. Louis received a pass in front and wristed a high shot from the point that Brodeur managed to grab out of the air with his glove. "Marty was Marty tonight, for sure," St. Louis said. "I didnt get a lot of wood on it and I was frustrated. It was a good save. We were surging and had chances, but they got the second goal, that made it tough." In the first minute of the third period, Brunner was denied a second goal when Lindback came up with a big save on a shot from the right circle. NOTES: The Devils were 3 for 3 in penalty kills vs. the Lighting, giving them the best penalty kill percentage in the NHL .933 (42 of 45). ... Tampa Bay star Steve Stamkos joined his teammates for the morning skate at the Prudential Center on Saturday, 33 days after breaking his leg in a collision with a goal post. "My 4-week X-ray looks good. Im just trying to progress," said Stamkos in a video on the Lightning website. Stamkos had 14 goals and 23 points in 17 games before the Nov. 11 injury sustained in Boston. Wholesale Jerseys  Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Authentic Jerseys From China Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' ' 

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