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EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- Anze Kopitar politely disagrees with the idea that the Los Angeles Kings top line has dominated the Anaheim Ducks best scorers in their second-round playoff series. Since its Anaheim coach Bruce Boudreau who suggested the idea, its clear Kopitar and his linemates are doing something right to put the Kings in control of the series so far. Boudreau didnt hesitate to spotlight the ineffectiveness of centre Ryan Getzlaf and longtime linemate Corey Perry after Los Angeles 3-1 victory in Game 2 on Monday night, putting the Kings up 2-0 heading home to Staples Center for Game 3 on Thursday. Boudreau began the game matching up Getzlaf, Perry and Matt Beleskey against Kopitar, Marian Gaborik and captain Dustin Brown. By the third period, he was sending out his former Hart Trophy winner and current Hart finalist against anybody else. "I did it because Kopitars line was dominating them," Boudreau said. "When theyre dominating them, I could be stubborn and leave them out there all day, but we had to move something around to get away from it, and maybe his line could get something accomplished." Kopitar isnt exactly enjoying a breakthrough season, given that he has been one of the NHLs best centres for several years. Yet with a point in every post-season game and his first Selke Trophy nomination, Kopitar is clearly in top form as the Kings chase their second championship in three years. And Kopitar has been playing against Getzlaf long enough to know he shouldnt claim a shutdown victory just yet. "I dont know about dominating them," Kopitar said Tuesday when told of Boudreaus statement. "I think they were playing good, and they hemmed us in our zone for a little bit, too. We know as a line that we can play better, and were going to have to play better." Even when he raised the Stanley Cup as the playoffs co-scoring leader two years ago, Kopitar never got as much international attention as he did this winter. Kopitar is the Kings leading scorer for the seventh straight year, but he also led Slovenia to the quarterfinals of its first Olympic tournament before becoming a first-time finalist for the Selke as the leagues best defensive forward. Kopitar began Tuesday as the leading scorer in the NHL post-season again, with four goals and 10 assists during his nine-game scoring streak. "Hes been doing this for years, and this might be as good as Ive ever seen him play," Kings centre Mike Richards said. Getzlaf knows the pressure is on him to match Kopitars effort when the series moves to downtown Los Angeles for the next two games, and the Ducks captain has met every challenge so far this season. Getzlaf was the NHLs second-leading scorer in the regular season while developing into an impressive leader. He has assisted on all three of Anaheims goals in the series, but Perry has yet to find the back of Jonathan Quicks net. The Ducks meagre offensive output in the first two games against Los Angeles isnt shocking, given the Kings status as the NHLs best defensive team in front of their dominant goalie. Yet Getzlaf and Perry have been able to score on almost anybody this year, and theyre determined to get their teammates going at Staples Center. "I was mad, and Im still mad," Getzlaf said Tuesday. "I want to win, and when we dont win, I get mad. Thats just the nature of my well-being." Even if Kopitars line was as dominating as Boudreau said, the Kings clearly arent overpowering the Ducks in this series. Anaheim was 7 seconds away from winning Game 1 when Gaborik tied it with the goalie pulled, and Los Angeles sat on a one-goal lead for 46 minutes in Game 2 before an empty-net goal in a 3-1 victory. The Ducks are getting most of the series scoring chances, but theyre not getting the second chances and grind-it-out goals that are usually the only way to beat Quick. Boudreau is emphasizing the importance of getting in front of Quick, whose aggressiveness can be used against him by a team with Anaheims four-line skill. "I think weve got to start using Quick against himself a little bit," Ducks forward Andrew Cogliano said. "He challenges the pucks very well. He sprawls out, and sometimes there is room for shooting pucks off his pads and getting rebounds. ... Now its all about dirty goals. Were not scoring enough goals. Guys are getting good looks, but were not scoring." Alisson Becker Liverpool Jersey . -- In the stadium program sold at the Miami Dolphins game on Halloween, Richie Incognito was asked whos the easiest teammate to scare. Nathaniel Clyne Jersey . On Tuesday, the star questioned whether that was still the case. Speaking to reporters at a charity event, Johnson said: "I just kind of wonder sometimes: Is this still the place for me?" Johnsons comments came after he was asked why he recently skipped a voluntary minicamp. http://www.liverpoolgear.us/Authentic-D ... ol-Jersey/. Riethers apparent stamp on Manchester United midfielder Adnan Januzaj during Saturdays Premier League match at Craven Cottage was missed by the match officials. A three-man panel of former referees reviewed the incident and all agreed that it was a sending-off offence. Nathaniel Phillips Liverpool Jersey . They find themselves trying to knock each other out in the Western Conference finals for the second straight year. The Blackhawks prevailed last year on their way to the Stanley Cup, and they have the early lead this time after taking the opener, 3-1. Georginio Wijnaldum Liverpool Jersey . -- The Atlanta Braves are facing the possibility of losing another pitcher for the season after general manager Frank Wren said Saturday that Cory Gearrin has a serious injury to his right elbow.KELOWNA, B.C. - Canadian ice dancing, it seems, is in good hands.Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje won ice dance gold to lead Canada in a 1-2 finish at Skate Canada International on Saturday.With Canadas Olympic champions Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir watching on from the broadcast boost, Weaver and Poje scored 171.10 points for the victory, and had the Prospera Place crowd cheering through the final 30 seconds of their four-minute long program to Vivaldis Four Seasons.Its great, I think that this has always been our goal but now it feels attainable, and it doesnt take a miracle for us to get here, Weaver said. Even though saying that, we put a lot of pressure on ourselves, we were pretty nervous for this event, but now this can serve as a great confidence booster.Virtue and Moir, who are taking the season off, had won five of the previous seven Skate Canada events.Piper Gilles of Toronto and Paul Poirier of Unionville, Ont., won the silver with 152.60, while Americans Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue finished third with 148.23.It just shows how deep the field is, Weaver said. Canadian ice dance I think is at its strongest in recent history, especially last season with us, Tessa and Scott, and the teams that were fighting for third. Its an amazing thing, success breeds success.Canadians Meaghan Duhamel and Eric Radford won the pairs for their first Grand Prix victory, while Japans Takahito Mura landed two quadruple jumps to win the mens singles gold. Anna Pogorilaya of Russia won the womens singles title.The victory was a first for Weaver and Poje, who finished second to Italians Anna Cappellini and Luca Lanotte by just 0.02 points at last springs world championships.The Canadians found themselves in an unfamiliar spot coming into Skate Canada as the No. 1-ranked team.The thing that felt different and felt a little strange was not having Tessa and Scott in the changing rooms and on practices, because weve become accustomed to that, Poje said. It felt different, a little strange. Their not being there made us realize that we need to step into the spotlight and we need to be confident.Duhamel, from Lively, Ont., and Radford, from Balmertown, Ont., meanwhile, roared to gold after executing their quadruple throw Salchow for the first time in a major international competition.The throw, which comes as advertised — Radford launches Duhamel for four rotations through the air — is almost never performed by any of the worlds pairs skaters. Its something theyd wanted to do since they teamed up four seasons ago.Its kind of been in our back pocket waiting, Duhamel said.The quad throw wasnt perfect — Duhamel stepped out of the landing. But the gutsy move was part of a strong overall performance that saw them win by a huge 26-point margin, and bring the crowd to its feet.The two-time defending world bronze medallists scored 210.74 points for their program to music by Muse, while Chinas Sui Wenjing and Han Cong were second with 184.64, and Evgenia Tarasova and Vladimir Morozov won the bronze with 175.45.Our goal this summer was to try (the quad) in every competition so when we got to the big events like Four Continents and world championships, we had tried it enough and got enough experience on it that it would become very easy to land, Duhamel said. So for us it was still a success today to go for it and to stand up on it. The landing was. . . just miss, so close. So for us, thats a success.The pairs victory was not only Canadas first at a Grand Prix since Jessica Dube and Bryce Davison won Skate America, but should stacck the Canadian team up well against the best in the world.dddddddddddd.Every year we go into the Grand Prix series and its always our goal to win a gold medal, and its taken us a lot of years and it feels really great to finally have this achievement, Duhamel said. Its encouraging, that was personal best long program score ever, but we still had a lot of room to make it better.Kirsten Moore-Towers of St. Catharines, Ont., and Michael Marinaro of Waterloo, Ont., who just teamed this past summer, were sixth. Brittany Jones of Toronto and Joshua Reagan of Waterloo, Ont., were seventh.Moore-Towers announced after last season that her and partner Dylan Moscovitch were splitting; Moore-Towers wanted to compete in two more Olympics, and Moscovitch couldnt commit to that.When we made this decision, there was a lot of talk and a lot of skeptical people and I havent regretted it once, I havent doubted it once, Moore-Towers said. You can say what you want about the mark were getting . . . but it doesnt matter, and thats what people arent getting.We are happy. I am so happy in this situation, we have great days every day in training, we are always making gains, and thats what skating is about for me right now.Skating to The Phantom of the Opera, Mura scored a total of 255.81 points, and buried his head in a towel in tears after his marks went up. Mura called it his best-ever performance.I was a little bit surprised how well I was able to do, until now I was lacking a bit of confidence, Mura said through an interpreter. While I was skating, I was thinking, Im doing really great. Very comfortable.Javier Fernandez of Spain, the leader after the short program, dropped to second with 244.87 points. Fernandez had trouble on his three quad attempts, falling on one of them.American Max Aaron was third with 231.77. Liam Firus of North Vancouver, B.C., was ninth, while Andrei Rogozine of Newmarket, Ont., was 10th.Pogorilaya won the womens title with 191.81, while American Ashley Wagner was second with 186.00 and Satoko Miyahara of Japan won bronze with 181.75.Alaine Chartrand of Prescott, Ont., was seventh, while Veronik Mallett of Sept-Iles, Que., was 10th, and Julianne Seguin of Longueuil, Que., was 12th.The mens event started unusually early at 11 a.m. local time. Mura called the early start a refreshing feeling.Fernandez wasnt so sold on it.I saw Javi this morning shuffling down the hallway, and I said, You waking up? Aaron said. He said, I dont remember the last time I woke up this early. I started cracking up. It is funny.I dont know if its a Spanish thing, but I really dont like the early practice at all, said Fernandez, who was up at 6:20 a.m. for the morning session.The field was missing Canadas top two skaters in Patrick Chan and Kevin Reynolds.Chan, whod won four of the six previous Skate Canada events, is taking the season off while Reynolds pulled out of the event a few days ago citing skate troubles. Reynolds has been searching for skates that fit properly for more than a year.Firus was pleased with his skate after a shaky short program.I came in here fighting, really pushing, Firus said.The 22-year-old had a disappointing Sochi Olympic experience finishing 28th, and he admitted it took him a while to get over it.Sochi was tough, it really hurt me, but the support was awesome, he said. Its what brought me back to skating, I didnt realize how much I love it.It was tough coming back from such a hard fall, such a letdown. Its pushed me in ways and been really tough as well, but I finally feel good. ' ' '


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