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    Ah capito tutto chiaro

    P.S. Grazie per il link

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    Iscritto su pickabet, molto bello come sito

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    @gurupoker il Karpat perdeva 2-4 a met del secondo periodo ma hanno fatto un finale strepitoso ribaltando il risultato a favore: Karpat 5 -4 Jyvskyl

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    Due nuccioline li butto sulla tripla: Canadiens - Sharks- Chicago. La prima testa a testa e le altre due entro i regolamentari. Quota totale @4.19.

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    Entra la doppia Karpat + Chicago e con un briciolo di fortuna in + poteva entrare anhe la tripla(per gi si sa che le multiple nell'hockey molto difficile prenderle)

    P.S. Complimenti anche a te @gurupoker, hai scelto proprio le due partite migliori della notte

    Oggi molte partite interessanti incominciando con i Penguins e a seguire Boston, King, dinuovo Sharks, Predators e Islanders. Non so per se le gioco tutte
    Ultima modifica di donk32; 04-04-15 alle 10:18

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    Da provare i Devil's questa notte per la quota che hanno. Rangers matematicamente primi e con la testa gi alle post season, Devil's non hanno obiettivi di post season per puntano a chiudere bene il campionato per migliorare il proprio ranking.

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    si, andata bene con stake medio alto la doppia...anche se chicago mi ha fatto soffrire.

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    NHL - Risultati 3 Aprile

    Sharks - Coyotes 3-1
    SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Once again the San Jose Sharks did just enough to beat an inferior opponent. Now they need some help.
    Left winger Matt Nieto scored a big insurance goal late in the third period to break open a tight affair as San Jose beat the Arizona Coyotes 3-1 on Friday in front of a sell-out crowd during the team's penultimate game at SAP Center.
    The Sharks pulled to within three points of eighth place in the West, and they will have one eye on the scoreboard Saturday when they and the Coyotes reacquaint for a 6 p.m. start in Glendale, Ariz. The three teams San Jose is pursuing for a playoff spot in the West --
    Los Angeles, Winnipeg and Calgary -- are all in action on Saturday as well.
    Center Logan Couture and right winger Joe Pavelski also scored for San Jose, while center Mark Arcobello scored the Coyotes lone goal.


    Ducks - Avalanche 2-4
    ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Colorado topped league-leading Anaheim at Honda Center, staving off mathematical elimination for at least one more day.
    Center John Mitchell, left winger Gabriel Landeskog, center Matt Duchene and right winger Dennis Everberg scored for Colorado while left winger Jiri Sekac and center Rickard Rakell found the back of the net for Anaheim.
    Avalanche goalie Reto Berra withstood a steady stream of shots making 34 of 36 saves while John Gibson stopped 19 pucks in defeat.


    Devils - Canadiens 3-2 (SO)
    NEWARK -- Forwards Patrik Elias and Jacob Josefson scored shootout goals for New Jersey in its win over the Montreal at the Prudential Center.
    Montreal wasted an opportunity to gain ground on the Eastern Conference-leading New York Rangers, who were idle.
    The Devils got regulation goals from left wingers Stefan Matteau and Reid Boucher while center Tomas Plekanec ended a five-game scoring drought and defenseman Jeff Petry also scored in regulation for Montreal.


    Sabres - Blackhawks 3-4
    BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Center Jonathan Toews scored twice in the final 1:43 to lead Chicago to a comeback win over Buffalo.
    Defenseman Duncan Keith and left winger Patrick Sharp also scored for the Blackhawks and goalie Scott Darling made 35 saves.
    Right winger Marcus Foligno scored two goals and left winger Johan Larsson also scored for the Sabres. Goalie Anders Lindback made 32 saves.


    Stars - Blues 5-7
    DALLAS -- St. Louis left winger Jaden Schwartz scored a hat trick in a win over Dallas at American Airlines Center. With the win, St. Louis (48-23-7) pulls even with Nashville for first place in the Central Division.
    Blues defenseman Alex Pietrangelo scored the eventual game-winner with 10:03 remaining when he beat Stars goalie Kari Lehtonen far post with a wrist shot from the slot. Seven different Blues finished the game with multiple points -- left winger Patrik Berglund (two goals), defensemen Jay Bouwmeester and Kevin Shattenkirk plus right winger T.J. Oshie (two assists) and a goal and an assist each from Pietrangelo and fellow defenseman Zbynek Michalek.
    Dallas got three points from left winger and captain Jamie Benn (two goals, assist) and center Tyler Seguin (goal, two assists). Left wingers Travis Moen and Antoine Roussel also had goals

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    NHL - Preview 4 Aprile

    Preview: Philadelphia at Carolina
    When: 1:00 PM ET, Saturday, April 4, 2015
    Where: PNC Arena, Raleigh, North Carolina
    The Philadelphia Flyers' horrendous play away from home is one of the reasons why they fell out of contention for the postseason. The Flyers look to put a bow on an otherwise hideous record away from home when they play their final road game of the season against the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday afternoon.
    Philadelphia snapped a nine-game road losing streak with a 4-1 triumph over Keystone State-rival Pittsburgh on Wednesday, marking just its 10th win away from home this season (10-20-10). Steve Mason made 24 saves to improve to 2-12-6 on the road, but Ray Emery will get the nod on Saturday and owns a 5-0-0 career record with two shutouts and a 0.74 goals-against average versus the Hurricanes. Carolina dropped a 6-1 decision to Florida on Thursday, falling for the third straight time and 12th in 16 contests (4-8-4). Chris Terry scored on the power play with 1:19 remaining in the third period to extend his point streak to four games, during which he has collected two goal and two assists.
    TV: 1 p.m. ET, CSN Philadelphia, FSN Carolinas
    ABOUT THE FLYERS (31-29-17): Brayden Schenn recorded his fourth two-goal performance of the season and ninth career on Wednesday to tie his career-high mark of 41 points. Jakub Voracek, whose 56 assists are tied with Washington's Nicklas Backstrom for the league lead, resides three points shy of Penguins captain Sidney Crosby (80) for tops in the NHL. Voracek scored a goal and set up two others in the first three meetings with the Hurricanes.
    ABOUT THE HURRICANES (28-38-11): Eric Staal recorded three goals and four assists in his previous five games before being held off the scoresheet versus the Panthers. The captain and defenseman Justin Faulk each have scored two goals and set up another against Philadelphia this season. Faulk notched his club-best 33rd assist on Thursday to move within two points of Staal for the team lead.
    OVERTIME
    1. Carolina LW Jeff Skinner scored in his team's 4-1 triumph over Philadelphia on Feb. 24 but has just two assists in his last 13 games.
    2. Flyers captain Claude Giroux has notched two assists versus the Hurricanes this season but saw his five-game point streak come to a halt on Wednesday.
    3. Carolina has killed off 10-of-11 short-handed situations in its last eight games.
    TRENDS
    Flyers are 0-4 in the last 4 meetings in Carolina.
    Flyers are 0-5 in their last 5 games following a win.
    Flyers are 3-9 in their last 12 overall.
    Hurricanes are 2-7 in their last 9 overall.
    Hurricanes are 2-7 in their last 9 home games.
    Hurricanes are 2-6 in their last 8 vs. a team with a losing record.
    Under is 4-1-1 in Flyers last 6 road games.
    Under is 18-6-3 in Flyers last 27 overall.
    Under is 7-3-1 in Hurricanes last 11 overall.
    Under is 5-1 in Hurricanes last 6 vs. a team with a losing record.
    GOALIES
    FLYERS - Ray Emery (10-10-6, 3.15, 0.892) Confirmed
    HURRICANES - Cam Ward (20-22-5, 2.43, 0.909)


    Preview: Pittsburgh at Columbus
    When: 2:00 PM ET, Saturday, April 4, 2015
    Where: Nationwide Arena, Columbus, Ohio
    The Columbus Blue Jackets won’t be going to the playoffs, but they are sure causing trouble for teams who are headed to the postseason lately. The Blue Jackets look to extend their winning streak to a franchise-record nine contests Saturday afternoon when they host the Pittsburgh Penguins while center Ryan Johansen tries to increase his point streak to 10 games.
    The Blue Jackets are averaging four goals during their surge and six of the wins have come against teams either in the postseason or still battling for a spot. The Penguins dropped into the first wild-card spot in the Eastern Conference and trail both Washington and the New York Islanders by a point for second place in the Metropolitan Division after going 3-6-1 in their last 10 games. Pittsburgh dropped a 4-1 decision to Philadelphia on Wednesday and four of its final five games are on the road. Penguins captain Sidney Crosby leads the league in scoring and has posted two goals and four assists during a four-game point streak.
    TV: 2 p.m. ET, SNET-360, ROOT (Pittsburgh), FSN Ohio (Columbus)
    ABOUT THE PENGUINS (42-24-11): Crosby is the only player in the NHL that has reached 80 points and he will try to carry the Penguins to the postseason along with Evgeni Malkin (70), who is still questionable with an undisclosed injury. Pittsburgh has managed only 15 goals in the last 10 games and won’t have offensively-gifted defenseman Kris Letang (concussion). Chris Kunitz is also in the middle of a drought with one goal in 16 games while fellow forward Patric Hornqvist boasts 14 points in 14 contests.
    ABOUT THE BLUE JACKETS (38-35-4): Johansen has totaled 12 points during his nine-game run and tops the team with 69 – two better than Nick Foligno, who has registered 12 in the last 15 contests. Scott Hartnell has also played a major part in the Blue Jackets’ resurgence, notching 11 goals and five assists in his past 16 outings. Goalie Sergei Bobrovsky is 11-1-0 in his last 12 decisions while allowing two or fewer goals in seven of those starts - and facing 40 or more shots four times during that span.
    OVERTIME
    1. Penguins RW Steve Downie, who leads the league with 232 penalty minutes, has scored 14 goals – the second most in his career behind his 22 with Tampa Bay in 2009-10.
    2. Columbus RW Cam Atkinson has 20 goals – seven in the last 11 contests – and is one shy of tying his career high from last season.
    3. Pittsburgh F Daniel Winnik has seven points and a plus-5 rating in 16 games since being acquired from Toronto.
    TRENDS
    Penguins are 7-2 in the last 9 meetings in Columbus.
    Penguins are 3-7 in their last 10 overall.
    Penguins are 1-4 in their last 5 road games.
    Blue Jackets are 11-1 in their last 12 overall.
    Blue Jackets are 4-1 in their last 5 home games.
    Blue Jackets are 7-0 in their last 7 games following a win.
    Under is 6-1-1 in Penguins last 8 overall.
    Under is 5-1 in Penguins last 6 road games.
    Over is 4-0-1 in Blue Jackets last 5 overall.
    Over is 9-3-1 in Blue Jackets last 13 home games.
    GOALIES
    PENGUINS - Marc-Andre Fleury (33-18-8, 2.29, 0.921)
    BLUE JACKET - Sergei Bobrovsky (27-17-2, 2.73, 0.916) Confirmed


    Preview: Vancouver at Winnipeg
    When: 3:00 PM ET, Saturday, April 4, 2015
    Where: MTS Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba
    The Vancouver Canucks look to inch closer to a postseason berth when they conclude their four-game road trip against the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday afternoon. Vancouver resides four points ahead of third-place Calgary in the Pacific Division, with Los Angeles sitting one behind the Flames while owning the tiebreaker over the Jets for the second wild-card spot in the Western Conference.
    Eddie Lack finished with 35 saves as the Canucks saw their five-game road winning streak come to a halt with a 3-1 setback to Chicago on Thursday. Lack is expected to make his 19th start in 20 games for Vancouver, which has won three straight meetings and seven of the last eight with Winnipeg. The Jets will be without Dustin Byfuglien on Saturday after the burly defenseman was handed a four-game suspension by the league for his vicious crosscheck to the head of New York Rangers forward J.T. Miller. Winnipeg dropped a 3-2 decision in that contest on Tuesday for its second loss in a row and third in four games.
    TV: 3 p.m. ET, NHLN, RSN Pacific (Vancouver), TSN3 (Winnipeg)
    ABOUT THE CANUCKS (45-28-5): Radim Vrbata collected two goals and one assist in Vancouver's 5-2 victory over Winnipeg on March 24. The 33-year-old set up a tally in the teams' first meeting - a 3-2 victory on Feb. 3 - after being limited to just four assists in his previous 20 encounters with the current Jets' franchise. Captain Henrik Sedin recorded a goal and two assists in the most recent meeting with Winnipeg but has been kept off the scoresheet in each of his last four games.
    ABOUT THE JETS (39-26-12): Defenseman Jay Harrison is expected to be inserted into the lineup to replace Byfuglien. "(Harrison) covers a lot of ice and can get in close plays quickly, which helps the style of game that we want to play," coach Paul Maurice said. Blake Wheeler saw his three-game goal-scoring streak come to an end versus the Rangers but has tallied in each of his meetings with Vancouver this season.
    OVERTIME
    1. Vancouver RW Derek Dorsett snapped a nine-game goalless drought with his second tally in 34 contests on Thursday.
    2. Winnipeg will open a three-game homestand against Central Division foes Minnesota (Monday), St. Louis (Tuesday) and Colorado (Thursday) before concluding the regular season versus Calgary (Saturday).
    3. The Canucks recalled LW Sven Baertschi from Utica of the American Hockey League on Friday.
    TRENDS
    Canucks are 7-1 in the last 8 meetings vs Jets.
    Canucks are 5-1 in their last 6 road games.
    Canucks are 9-2 in their last 11 vs. a team with a winning record.
    Jets are 4-1 in their last 5 vs. Pacific.
    Jets are 4-1 in their last 5 Saturday games.
    Jets are 9-4 in their last 13 home games.
    Under is 4-1-2 in Canucks last 7 road games.
    Over is 3-1-2 in Canucks last 6 overall.
    Over is 8-1-1 in Jets last 10 vs. Pacific.
    Over is 15-6-2 in Jets last 23 when their opponent scores 2 goals or less in their previous game.
    GOALIES
    CANUCKS - Eddie Lack (16-12-4, 2.49, 0.919)
    JETS - Mike Hutchinson (20-10-5, 2.43, 0.913)


    Preview: Toronto at Boston
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Saturday, April 4, 2015
    Where: TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts
    The resurgent Boston Bruins have a chance to move into third place in the Atlantic Division when they host the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday in their final home game of the regular season. The Bruins extended their winning streak to four games by rallying for a 3-2 victory at Detroit on Thursday to move into a tie for third with the slumping Red Wings, who still hold a game in hand on Boston.
    Although the Bruins' hot streak followed a six-game skid, they have earned points in nine consecutive home games (6-0-3) to move three points clear of hard-charging Ottawa. The Maple Leafs were on the verge of their first three-game winning streak since mid-December before surrendering a pair of third-period goals in a 4-3 setback at league-worst Buffalo on Wednesday night. Toronto prevailed in a shootout at Boston on New Year's Eve but has lost 22 of 23 road games since that win.
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, CBC, NESN (Boston)
    ABOUT THE MAPLE LEAFS (29-43-6): Toronto's victory over Boston on Dec. 31 was memorable in that forwards Nazem Kadri, Joffrey Lupul and Peter Holland were hurt in the game - with the former missing a week and the latter sidelined for nearly a month. “I guess you can look back and say it was a turning point in our season,” said Holland, who hopes to return to the lineup Saturday after missing three weeks. “But hindsight’s 20/20. Whether that was the cause of our downfall or not, who knows?” Tyler Bozak has three goals and three assists in the past three games.
    ABOUT THE BRUINS (40-25-13): Boston entered the week sporting a 4-19-0 mark when trailing after two periods, but scored twice in the third to upend Florida before tallying three times in the final 20 minutes to knock off Detroit. “It’s great to see,” said forward Reilly Smith, who had a pair of assists Thursday. "We've got to do a better job of coming out with a little bit better effort, keeping it close. Two goals is too much in the third period to rely on that all the time." Rookie Zach Trotman described his game-winning tally - his first NHL goal - as "surreal."
    OVERTIME
    1. Bruins G Tuukka Rask is 10-3-1 with a 1.92 goals-against average versus Toronto.
    2. Maple Leafs G Jonathan Bernier has lost seven consecutive starts .
    3. F Brett Connolly, acquired at the trade deadline from Tampa Bay, collected two assists Thursday in his Boston debut.
    TRENDS
    Maple Leafs are 4-1 in the last 5 meetings vs Bruins.
    Maple Leafs are 7-19 in their last 26 vs. a team with a winning record.
    Maple Leafs are 1-8 in their last 9 games playing on 2 days rest.
    Bruins are 4-0 in their last 4 overall.
    Bruins are 7-3 in their last 10 games playing on 1 days rest.
    Bruins are 7-1 in their last 8 games following a win.
    Under is 13-6-2 in Maple Leafs last 21 road games.
    Under is 5-0 in Maple Leafs last 5 games playing on 2 days rest.
    Under is 7-3-3 in Bruins last 13 overall.
    Under is 6-2-3 in Bruins last 11 games playing on 1 days rest.
    GOALIES
    MAPLE LEAFS - James Reimer (9-15-0, 3.15, 0.905)
    BRUINS - Tuukka Rask (33-19-12, 2.29, 0.923)


    Preview: Washington at Ottawa
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Saturday, April 4, 2015
    Where: Canadian Tire Centre, Ottawa, Ontario
    Andrew Hammond is the hottest goaltender in the league but he'll be facing the NHL's most dangerous offensive force when the Ottawa Senators host Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals on Saturday night. The Senators have won 17 of their last 22 games (17-4-1) to surge up the standings but they remain three points behind Detroit and Boston for the final playoff slot in the Eastern Conference.
    "You look at the scoreboard after the game and you see Boston is continuing to win, so you just have to keep stringing wins together," Ottawa rookie Mark Stone said. The Capitals kicked off a three-game road trip by beating Montreal 5-4 in a shootout to pull into a tie with the New York Islanders for second place in the Metropolitan Division. Winners of three straight and seven of nine overall, Washington can wrap up a playoff berth with a victory over the Senators. The Capitals have scored 13 times during their current winning streak.
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, CBC, TVA, CSN Washington
    ABOUT THE CAPITALS (43-25-10): Two nights after becoming the sixth player in history to reach the 50-goal plateau six times, Ovechkin continued his tear by scoring twice against Montreal to boost his league-high total to 52. Washington's superstar captain also eclipsed the franchise record held by Peter Bondra (472) with his 473rd and 474th career tallies, giving him five goals in his last three games and 30 in the past 34 contests. Ovechkin is also tied with John Tavares of the New York Islanders for second in the league's scoring chase, one point behind Pittsburgh's Sidney Crosby.
    ABOUT THE SENATORS (39-26-12): After missing two games with a back injury - both losses - Hammond has been stellar in his return, allowing one goal in each of the past two starts - victories over Detroit (shootout) and Tampa Bay on defenseman Patrick Wiercioch's goal in the final seconds of overtime. The "Hamburglar," named the league's First Star in March, is 16-1-1 since he was promoted from the minors on an emergency basis. Stone, who scored his 20th goal Thursday, and center Kyle Turris have each amassed 11 points over the last nine games.
    OVERTIME
    1. Ovechkin has 20 goals and 37 points in 33 games versus Ottawa
    2. Turris has scored five times in 10 games against the Capitals.
    3. Washington ended a four-game skid in the series with a 2-1 victory at Ottawa on Feb. 5.
    TRENDS
    Capitals are 5-1 in their last 6 road games.
    Capitals are 4-1 in their last 5 overall.
    Capitals are 1-4 in the last 5 meetings in Ottawa.
    Senators are 19-7 in their last 26 overall.
    Senators are 9-3 in their last 12 home games.
    Senators are 6-1 in their last 7 vs. a team with a winning record.
    Over is 4-0-1 in Capitals last 5 overall.
    Over is 4-1-1 in Capitals last 6 road games.
    Over is 6-2 in Senators last 8 overall.
    Over is 18-7-3 in Senators last 28 home games.
    GOALIES
    CAPITALS - Braden Holtby (39-19-9, 2.23, 0.922)
    SENATORS - Andrew Hammond (16-1-1, 1.80, 0.940)

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    Preview: Tampa Bay at Florida
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Saturday, April 4, 2015
    Where: BB&T Center, Sunrise, Florida
    The Florida Panthers look to keep their slim playoff hopes alive when they host the injury-plagued Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday night. The Panthers are six points behind in the race for the second wild-card spot in the Eastern Conference with four games to go despite going 5-2-1 in their last eight outings, while the Lightning are without four regular defensemen due to injuries.
    Victor Hedman (lower body) is questionable while fellow defensemen Braydon Coburn, Andrej Sustr and Jason Garrison are also out with injuries for Tampa Bay, which is 1-3-1 in its last five games. Lightning captain Steven Stamkos is also in the middle of a seven-game goal drought, but has scored 23 times in 34 career games against the Panthers. Jonathan Huberdeau has been on a roll during Florida’s late surge with eight points in the last six games. “We still believe because you never know what can happen,” Huberdeau told the Miami Herald. “We’re going to keep working.”
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, Sun Sports (Tampa Bay), FSN Florida
    ABOUT THE LIGHTNING (47-24-8): Coach Jon Cooper told reporters he liked the battle level of his team in the 2-1 overtime loss at Ottawa on Thursday as Tampa Bay now finds itself trailing first-place Montreal by two points in the Atlantic Division. Stamkos, who leads the team with 68 points, has been stuck on 40 goals since March 20 and Tyler Johnson (67) has missed the last three games with an undisclosed ailment. Rookie Jonathan Drouin scored twice in the last three games – both in the power play.
    ABOUT THE PANTHERS (36-27-15): The line of Huberdeau, Jaromir Jagr and Aleksander Barkov continues to produce big numbers after combining for six points in the 6-1 victory over Carolina on Thursday. Jagr needs one point to break the tie with former teammate Ron Francis for fourth on the all-time list with 1,798 and boasts five goals to go along with nine assists in 16 games since being acquired from New Jersey. Left wing Scottie Upshall missed the last two games with an upper-body injury and is questionable.
    OVERTIME
    1. Florida F Brandon Pirri has recorded 13 goals in his last 17 games, including one each in the past two contests
    2. Tampa Bay D Anton Stralman notched three points in his last three outings and is one shy of his first season with 40.
    3. The Lightning have won six of the last seven meetings, but dropped a 4-3 decision in its last visit to Sunrise, Fla.
    TRENDS
    Lightning are 1-4 in their last 5 road games.
    Lightning are 1-4 in their last 5 overall.
    Lightning are 6-1 in the last 7 meetings in Florida.
    Panthers are 5-1 in their last 6 home games.
    Panthers are 13-38 in their last 51 games following a win.
    Panthers are 5-1 in their last 6 home games vs. a team with a losing road record.
    Under is 5-1 in Lightning last 6 road games.
    Under is 3-1-1 in Lightning last 5 overall.
    Over is 6-2-2 in Panthers last 10 home games.
    Under is 3-1-2 in Panthers last 6 games following a win.
    GOALIES
    LIGHTNING - Ben Bishop (37-13-5, 2.36, 0.914)
    PANTHERS - Roberto Luongo (27-18-12, 2.32, 0.922)


    Preview: Buffalo at NY Islanders
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Saturday, April 4, 2015
    Where: Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, New York
    The New York Islanders attempt to clinch a postseason berth when they host the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday. New York, which enters the contest even in points with second-place Washington in the Metropolitan Division, can secure a spot in the playoffs with a victory over Buffalo and a regulation win over Ottawa by the Capitals.
    The Islanders' recent struggles continued Thursday as they squandered a two-goal lead in the third period en route to a 4-3 shooout loss at Columbus. With the setback, New York fell to 2-6-2 in its last 10 contests. Buffalo also is coming off a game in which it watched a third-period advantage disappear, as it rallied from a two-goal deficit to take the lead before Chicago captain Jonathan Toews scored twice in a 47-second span late in the final session to hand the Sabres a crushing 4-3 loss. The Islanders earned three points over the first two contests of the three-game season series, falling in a shootout on Dec. 27 before edging the Sabres 3-2 on Feb. 8 - with both games taking place in Buffalo.
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, MSG (Buffalo), MSG Plus (New York)
    ABOUT THE SABRES (22-48-8): Marcus Foligno ended his 23-game goal-scoring drought in impressive fashion Friday as he posted his second two-goal performance of the season. The 23-year-old also tallied twice on Oct. 14 at Carolina. Defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen returned from a one-game absence due to the flu to register three assists for his first career three-point effort.
    ABOUT THE ISLANDERS (45-27-6): Captain John Tavares has bounced back from a stretch during which it recorded just two points in eight games, as he has registered a goal and four assists over his last two contests. The 24-year-old is tied with Washington captain Alex Ovechkin for second in the league with 79 points - one behind Pittsburgh superstar Sidney Crosby. Ryan Strome is benefiting from playing on Tavares' line as he enters Saturday with a four-game point streak during which he has notched two goals and two assists.
    OVERTIME
    1. Tavares is two points shy of matching his career high set in 2011-12.
    2. Buffalo was without former Islanders LW Matt Moulson (illness) and D Mike Weber (undisclosed) against the Blackhawks.
    3. Sabres captain Brian Gionta has recorded at least one point in eight of his last 10 games and has notched four two-point performances over his last six contests.
    TRENDS
    Sabres are 11-43 in their last 54 games playing on 0 days rest.
    Sabres are 10-42 in their last 52 road games.
    Sabres are 24-74 in their last 98 overall.
    Islanders are 2-8 in their last 10 overall.
    Islanders are 1-7 in their last 8 home games.
    Islanders are 7-1 in their last 8 home games vs. a team with a road winning % of less than .400.
    Over is 5-1 in Sabres last 6 overall.
    Under is 4-1 in Sabres last 5 games playing on 0 days rest.
    Under is 5-1-1 in Islanders last 7 home games.
    Under is 7-2-1 in Islanders last 10 overall.
    GOALIES
    SABRES - Anders Lindback (5-14-2, 3.17, 0.903)
    ISLANDERS - Jaroslav Halak (36-16-3, 2.43, 0.914)


    Preview: New Jersey at NY Rangers
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Saturday, April 4, 2015
    Where: Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
    With the Metropolitan Division title under wraps, the New York Rangers continue their quest for the Presidents' Trophy when they host the New Jersey Devils on Saturday. J.T. Miller rebounded from a brutal cross-check to the head by Winnipeg's Dustin Byfuglien on Tuesday, scoring the go-ahead goal at 6:48 of the third period two nights later to lift New York to a 3-2 triumph over Minnesota.
    "That felt good," Miller said. "I've been taking a little bit of a beating here. I'm going to try to go through a game without getting hit in the head." While the Rangers set a franchise record with their 26th road victory, the division title guaranteed they would have home-ice advantage for at least the first two rounds of the playoffs. New York holds a slim one-point lead over Montreal for the top spot in the Eastern Conference and resides two behind Anaheim in the race for the Presidents' Trophy. New Jersey's postseason aspirations have long been dashed, but it snapped a six-game winless streak (0-4-2) with a 3-2 shootout victory over Montreal on Friday.
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, MSG Plus2 (New Jersey), MSG (New York)
    ABOUT THE DEVILS (32-33-14): General manager Lou Lamoriello liked what he saw from goaltender Keith Kinkaid (31 saves), as well as Reid Boucher and Stefan Matteau, who both scored their first goal of the season versus the Canadiens. "We certainly got a good game out of all of them," he said. "It was good to see them rewarded." Lamoriello would love see another reward for Cory Schneider, who will start Saturday's tilt and looks to improve upon a 1-2-1 career record versus New York despite amassing a 1.84 goal-against average.
    ABOUT THE RANGERS (49-21-7): Derek Stepan has registered two goals and five assists in his last seven games and recorded a hat trick in New York's 3-1 win over New Jersey on Dec. 27. Martin St. Louis notched two assists in that contest and another in the Rangers' 4-3 overtime win over the Devils on Oct. 21 but was held off the scoresheet on Thursday in his return from an eight-game absence due to an MCL sprain. Rick Nash scored against the Wild to match a career high with his 41st goal - a total he also reached during the 2003-04 season with Columbus.
    OVERTIME
    1. New York G Henrik Lundqvist, who is 2-1-0 since returning from a neck injury, is 32-14-6 with eight shutouts and a 1.88 GAA in his career versus New Jersey.
    2. Devils C Adam Henrique has recorded a goal and an assist in the season series but has just one point in his last seven games overall.
    3. The Rangers began the season with 14 losses in their first 25 games (11-10-4) before winning 38 of their next 52 (38-11-3).
    TRENDS
    Devils are 0-4 in the last 4 meetings vs Rangers.
    Devils are 4-10 in their last 14 games playing on 0 days rest.
    Devils are 1-6 in their last 7 overall.
    Rangers are 38-14 in their last 52 overall.
    Rangers are 18-8 in their last 26 home games.
    Rangers are 35-17 in their last 52 games playing on 1 days rest.
    Under is 3-0-3 in Devils last 6 road games.
    Under is 3-0-3 in Devils last 6 vs. a team with a winning record.
    Over is 5-1-2 in Rangers last 8 overall.
    Over is 3-1-1 in Rangers last 5 games playing on 1 days rest.
    GOALIES
    DEVILS - Cory Schneider (26-28-9, 2.20, 0.927)
    RANGERS - Henrik Lundqvist (27-12-3, 2.28, 0.922)


    Preview: Detroit at Minnesota
    When: 7:00 PM ET, Saturday, April 4, 2015
    Where: Xcel Energy Center, Saint Paul, Minnesota
    Pavel Datsyuk expects to make his return to the lineup as the sputtering Detroit Red Wings look to snap a three-game skid when they visit the Minnesota Wild on Saturday. While Datsyuk declared himself "good to go" after missing two consecutive contests and seven of the last nine with a lower-body injury, coach Mike Babcock stopped short of officially inserting the 36-year-old Russian back into the lineup.
    "Pavel will be a game-time decision, or a (Saturday)-morning decision," Babcock said. "We played him on a line (at practice on Friday) like he was playing, but we don't know how it'll react, so we'll decide tomorrow morning." Detroit certainly could use the jolt as it fell for the ninth time in 12 games (3-7-2) with a 3-2 setback to Boston on Thursday. The Red Wings are even in points with the Bruins but have a game in hand as they cling to third place in the Atlantic Division. Minnesota also dropped a 3-2 decision to the New York Rangers on Thursday but holds a five-point edge over Los Angeles in the race for the top wild-card spot in the Western Conference.
    TV: 7 p.m. ET, City, FSN Plus Detroit, FSN North (Minnesota)
    ABOUT THE RED WINGS (40-24-13): Jimmy Howard will make his first start since celebrating his 31st birthday on March 26, and looks to improve upon a 5-6-3 record with a 3.07 goals-against average and .895 save percentage since Feb. 1. Howard has dominated Minnesota in his career, upping his mark to 10-3-3 despite yielding four goals on 25 shots in a 5-4 shootout win on Jan. 20. Datsyuk netted the shootout winner and Henrik Zetterberg notched three assists in that contest, but the captain has been held off the scoresheet in eight of his last nine games.
    ABOUT THE WILD (44-26-7): By all accounts, Devan Dubnyk has been nothing short of spectacular since being acquired from Arizona in January for a third-round draft pick - although he endured a rough encounter in the first meeting. Dubnyk permitted four goals on 10 shots before being driven from that contest but will make his 36th consecutive start for the Wild on Saturday. Defenseman Nate Prosser is expected to return to the lineup after missing eight games with a sprained knee.
    OVERTIME
    1. Minnesota LW Thomas Vanek has scored eight goals and set up four others in his last 12 games and collected a tally and an assist in the first meeting with Detroit.
    2. The Red Wings have allowed four power-play goals in their last three games.
    3. Wild LW Zach Parise scored twice in the last encounter versus Detroit. He has recorded seven goals and three assists in 11 meetings.
    TRENDS
    Red Wings are 1-4 in their last 5 games playing on 1 days rest.
    Red Wings are 1-5 in their last 6 road games.
    Red Wings are 1-5 in their last 6 overall.
    Wild are 24-7 in their last 31 overall.
    Wild are 11-5 in their last 16 home games.
    Wild are 4-1 in their last 5 vs. a team with a winning record.
    Over is 5-2-1 in Red Wings last 8 road games.
    Over is 7-3-3 in Red Wings last 13 games playing on 1 days rest.
    Over is 2-0-3 in Wild last 5 home games.
    Under is 7-3-6 in Wild last 16 overall.
    GOALIES
    RED WINGS - Jimmy Howard (21-13-10, 2.43, 0.911)
    WILD - Devan Dubnyk (35-12-3, 2.07, 0.930)

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