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An unexpected loss derailed the Toronto Maple Leafs from their hottest stretch of the season, but a return home could again right the ship. Solomon Hill Pelicans Jersey . The Maple Leafs look for their NHL-leading 15th home win when they face the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday night. Goaltender Jonathan Bernier will get the nod in net for the Maple Leafs. Toronto (19-10-3) had won six consecutive games before Thursdays 4-1 loss at lowly Carolina. The stretch included quality wins over Vancouver, Los Angeles, Anaheim and Detroit (twice) due in large part to phenomenal goaltending. Jonathan Bernier and James Reimer combined for a league-best .956 save percentage Dec. 6-16 and allowed 1.67 goals per game. Star forwards Phil Kessel and James van Riemsdyk also played well during the streak, with each picking up seven points. But on Thursday, neither the goaltending nor the scoring were present. We got outworked. Its as simple as that, coach Randy Carlyle said. We didnt do enough to give ourselves a chance, and when we finally got back into the hockey game we took ourselves out with some undisciplined acts. I dont think we were mentally ready to go out and play the type of game that was required. Simple as that. The Maple Leafs struggles against lesser competition has become an alarming trend. Five of their eight losses since the start of November have come against teams currently with a .500 or worse record - a description that also fits the Flyers (11-14-6). There are games where some are going to be easier to be jacked up more for than others, Van Riemsdyk told Torontos official website. But our job as hockey players is to get ready for everyone the same, is to prepare the same and hopefully be ready to play. A return to the Air Canada Centre could re-energize the Maple Leafs. Since opening the season 1-4-0 in Toronto, they have won 13 of 16 there and the last five. Philadelphia has failed to string together much success, proven again by its just-completed four-game homestand. After knocking off New Jersey and Carolina, the Flyers fell to Tampa Bay on Tuesday and in a shootout to Florida on Thursday. They scored once in each loss after totaling nine goals in the two wins. We gotta stay positive in this locker room, captain Claude Giroux told the teams official site. If we do, were gonna start winning. Were gonna start believing that we are a playoff team and when we do, were gonna be pretty dangerous. The Flyers saw their streak of eight games with a power-play goal come to an end Thursday. They rank near the top of the league with 25 goals on the power play but own one of the worst penalty-kill percentages at 75.5. Goaltender Steve Mason suffered an upper-body injury during Fridays practice and will miss Saturdays game for the Flyers. Starting in his place will be Ray Emery, who beat the Devils 4-1 in his last start Dec. 11 after losing his previous four behind a 4.35 goals-against average. Hell face the NHLs top offense as the Maple Leafs average 3.38 goals. Toronto won the first two meetings last season before losing 4-2 in Philadelphia on March 28. Solomon Hill Jersey .com) - Australian Open champion Li Na, former Wimbledon winner Petra Kvitova and former world No. Anthony Davis Pelicans Jersey . -- On any given day here at his companys Silicon Valley headquarters, Vivek Ranadive is ready to compete against any employee who wants to challenge him to any contest. http://www.shoppelicansonline.com/Authentic-Jordan-Crawford-Pelicans-Jersey/ . Replay backed him up. Adeiny Hechavarria immediately followed the ruling with a go-ahead sacrifice fly for the Miami Marlins, who held on to beat the Seattle Mariners 3-2 on Sunday completing a three-game sweep.TORONTO - As over 20,000 shell-shocked Raptors fans finally exhaled, juggling their emotions after a bizarre evening at the Air Canada Centre, Dwane Casey laced into his team in a nearby locker room. His post-game pep talk will "remain in-house", which usually means it was R-rated in nature. Did this feel like a win, Amir Johnson was asked after it was all said and done. "Of course," he exclaimed, taking issue with the question. "What? Yes! Did I check the box score wrong? We definitely won."  "Does it feel like a win? What?" The box score read 115-113, a pivotal win for the Raptors, who took a 3-2 series lead Wednesday and now sit on the cusp of advancing to the Conference Semifinals, but you wouldnt know if from taking in the head coachs post-game discourse. "You wouldnt want to hear it," Casey said, asked about his emotions as his team squandered a 26-point lead in allowing the Nets to score 44 during a fourth-quarter collapse that was very nearly fatal. "We just didnt play smart. They are a very veteran team, they are going to take advantage of the mistakes you make. We wrote the book on the mistakes in the fourth quarter." "Every mistake that you could think about, we made in the fourth quarter." Just about. The Raptors lead was 22 going into the final frame before their previously spotless performance began to unravel in a hurry. With a lineup of Deron Williams, Joe Johnson and reserves Andray Blatche, Mirza Teletovic and Alan Anderson for all but eight seconds in the quarter, the Nets hit 13 of their 21 shots, including five of nine attempts from three-point range. They got into the paint and to the line at will, putting on a clinic offensively. Veterans Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett did not play a second. With just over three minutes remaining, Torontos nightmare became reality. The sellout crowd that had rocked the building all night, the mob of white-shirted Raptor zealots that shouted "Broooook-lyn" minutes earlier - mimicking a chant made famous at Nets home games - they went dead silent. The Nets Johnson drained a three to tie the game and Toronto was on the ropes. Visions of their franchise-worst 27-point collapse in a December loss to Golden State flashed through everyones mind. Infamous Raptors losses of the oh-so-painful past, the beloved Maple Leafs and their tragic Game 7 demise. The city has seen it all. So how would this team let them down? Toronto led by five with nine seconds left, a semi-comfortable scenario provided they refrain from doing something uncommonly foolish. Just dont give up a three or commit a foul. Naturally, they did both. As Williams swung the ball to Anderson in the corner, the Raptors Johnson lunged at him, committing his sixth foul and surrendering the rare four-point play, Brooklyns second of the quarter. With six second to go, the Raptors now up by three, Casey opted to play it safe and send Blatche to the line for two shots. The right call. Intentionally missing the second free throw, Blatche was able to secure his own rebound before letting the Raptors off the hook in tossing the ball away. "We cant livve that way," said an irate Casey after the game. Nikola Mirotic Pelicans Jersey. "We cant make this many mental mistakes." Buzzer sounds and the Raptors win. The Raptors win? They had mucked it up in just about every way you could imagine, like a greatest hits of Raptor blunders, but they pulled it out. If that seems out of character with what weve come to expect from this franchise, so be it. Isnt that just the perfect representation of a season, an improbably playoff run that defies all semblance of logic? "We made some boneheaded mistakes," Johnson admitted, "but we finished off the game and thats all that really matters." This is a different team producing different results and a point guard who has a lot to do with that change in fortune. "Honestly, hes a hell of player, man," DeMar DeRozan said of Kyle Lowry, who scored 36 points, a playoff career-high, also matching the most hes ever scored in an NBA game. "Hes just a dog. He makes you want to bring your A-game every single night because you know hes going to lay it out there with them." With DeRozan blanketed by multiple defenders all night, Lowry took over. Tied with a minute left, Lowry hit the biggest shot of the night, a step-back three-pointer, followed by another dagger from inside the paint on the subsequent possession. "Sometimes it calls for that situation," said the point guard. "Usually its [DeRozan] doing that but tonight the way they played him it gave me an opportunity to get to the basket and get some shots off down the stretch. Our teammates count on me and him to make the right decisions, make the big plays and tonight it was fortunate enough they were guarding him tightly and I got it going a little bit." Lowry wouldnt let his team lose, willing them to their most important victory of the campaign, and no one seems the least bit surprised, nor should they. "Every time hes out there on the floor Im going to give it my best effort," DeRozan added, "because I know hes going to do the same." "We know theres not going to be no big blowouts either way because both teams are going to fight until the end," he continued. "It just shows you how much weve matured over the season and understanding what we have to do to stay in games and closeout games." DeRozan became the first Raptors player to reach the 20-point plateau in four straight playoff games since Vince Carter in 2001, scoring 23 on Wednesday thanks in large part to another impressive showing from the free throw line, where he was 12-for-13. For the first time in nearly 13 years that Raptors have taken the advantage in a playoff series, now they look to close it out in Brooklyn on Friday.  "Were happy we won today but weve got to do a better job Friday," said Jonas Valanciunas, who had 16 points and six rebounds Wednesday. "Were here, were excited about being in the playofffs, somewhere we havent been before, a young team, expecting mistakes," Casey said. "Weve got to crack the whip and learn from it. This is a hell of a time to start learning, going into Game 6 of the playoffs." Cheap NFL Jerseys Throwback Cheap Jerseys Discount NFL Jerseys Wholesale Authentic Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Discount Jerseys Wholesale Stitched Jerseys ' ' '

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