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    NEWARK, N.J. -- New Jersey is bringing out the best in Taylor Hall, especially when it comes to game-winning goals.Hall scored 29 seconds into overtime and the Devils won for the second time in two home games, rallying to beat the Minnesota Wild 2-1 on Saturday night.The goal-starved Devils have had each of their five games decided by goal, and Hall has been the difference in their two wins. He had both goals in a 2-1 win over Anaheim this week and combined with former junior hockey teammate Adam Henrique for the winner that ended the Wilds three-game winning streak.Its fun to score any time, but certainly at home in overtime on a Saturday night where we have struggled to score, said Hall, who was acquired in a major trade with Edmonton in the offseason.Hall carried the puck into the Wild zone and dropped a pass after crisscrossing with Henrique. He then went to the net and took the return pass and beat Devan Dubnyk between the pads.It was a good play there, Henrique said. It just opened up, a little crisscross, and then they kind of bit, both guys over. Halls was open so I just tried to get the puck to him and he made a great play to end it.Dubnyk, who made 30 saves, said the play seemed to come out of nowhere.They werent flying or anything, he said. Hes (Hall) a dynamic player. I was able to get over there on him. He likes to rip it, but he had his head up and saw that I was on my feet and moving out at him and he snapped it real quick.After being stoned by Dubnyk on their first 26 shots, PA Parenteau tied it with 8:04 left in regulation. The right wing took a cross-ice pass from Mike Cammalleri and beat Dubnyk with a shot from above the right circle for his second goal of the season.Cory Schneider made 28 saves for the Devils.This feels good, but we cant get on a cycle of win one, lose one, win one, lose one, Schneider said. We have to try to get a couple going, especially with a few (the next three) at home.Joel Eriksson Ek scored for Minnesota in his NHL debut. After helping force a turnover at the Devils blue line, the 19-year-old Swede -- Minnesotas first-round draft pick in 2015 -- rushed to the net and arrived just in time to poke the rebound of a Jason Zucker shot over Schneider a minute into the second period.It felt like the puck was going in in slow motion, Erikkson Ek said.Dubnyk was the difference for much of the game. He made a pad save on Beau Bennett in the second period while flat on his back.Schneider stopped a breakaway by Eric Staal early in the second period with Minnesota ahead 1-0. The goaltender also stopped Ryan Suter and Zach Parise in close with 1:40 left in regulation.Game notes The Devils dedicated a statue outside Prudential Arena to longtime goaltender Martin Brodeur before the game. ... With Erik Haula hurt, Zac Dalpe moved up to the third line for the Wild and Eriksson Ek centered the fourth line with Zucker and Teemu Pulkkinen on the wings. He is the seventh Wild player to score in his debut. ... . Its pronounced JUHL AIR-ihk-suhn EHK. ... Minnesota D Nate Prosser played for the first time this season with D Jared Spurgeon sidelined. ... Devils F Reid Boucher and Jacob Josefson were healthy scratches. ... After missing the first four games with an illness, F Sergey Kalinin was in the Devils lineup. ... New Jersey sent F Miles Wood to Albany (AHL). ... The Devils and Wild will play again on Jan. 17 in St. Paul.UP NEXT:Wild: Cross the Hudson River and go to Brooklyn to play the Islanders Sunday night.Devils: stay home and face Arizona Tuesday night. Cheap Predators Jerseys. "It doesnt get any better than that," Giambi said. "Im speechless." The Indians are roaring toward October. Giambi belted a two-run, pinch-hit homer with two outs in the ninth inning to give Cleveland a shocking 5-4 win over the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday night, keeping the Indians up with the lead pack in the AL wild-card race. Discount Predators Jerseys. Sgt. Eric ONeal says most of the arrests at Monday nights game were for public drunkenness, though one person was taken into custody on suspicion of trying to steal a seat from the stadium. http://www.cheappredatorsjerseyschina.com/. The winner Saturday will remain in the elite 10-team field next year. "We talked about wanting to be disciplined and stick with our game plan and good things will come," Draisaitl said, who had two goals for the victors. Predators Jerseys From China. Vokoun departed practice on Saturday morning after discovering swelling in his thigh. He was taken to a local hospital where the clot was revealed. The club announced the surgery following a 5-3 exhibition loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets. 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Jaeger bombs out Gold Coast have all but surrendered retaining much-hyped youngster Jaeger OMeara.The out-of-contract star is on the cusp of making a return to senior ranks as he overcomes a serious patella tendon injury, sustained at the beginning of the 2015 season.But ESPN understands OMearas teammates firmly believe the 22-year-old wont play for the Suns next year, with lucrative deals on offer from Victorian clubs.OMeara, who won the 2013 Rising Star Award, has delayed contract talks until he has made a successful return at AFL level.He has played two time-restricted matches for the Suns NEAFL side in recent weeks.The club hopes OMeara will play his first match since August 31, 2014 against?Fremantle at Metricon Stadium in Round 18.Beveridge the new Jagger? Victorian amateur club St Bedes/Mentone will celebrate the 10th anniversary of its 2006 C-Grade VAFA premiership next month, and front and centre in those celebrations will be the AFLs coach of the moment, Luke Beveridge.Beveridge, who has transformed the down-at-heel Western Bulldogs into legitimate premiership contenders over the past two years, took St Bedes/Mentone to three straight VAFA flags, from C-Grade to A-Grade in 2006-2008, a feat that had never been achieved in the leagues 124-year history.That run of success helped get his name noticed among AFL clubs and Collingwood took a punt on him in 2009, as a development coach under Mick Malthouse.ESPN learned this week, ahead of the Tigers 2006 flag party, that the St Bedes squad connected straight away with Beveridge - and some of his novel motivational techniques - and understood he had a rare gift to communicate with, and unify, a team.Luke Wintle,?who captained the club during Beveridges reign at the Tigers, said he wasnt surprised by his ascension from suburban coach to premier AFL tactician.Hes a lateral thinker. Hed often step away from routine and come up with different ways to inspire the group each week, Wintle told ESPN.One time he was strutting around like Mick Jagger. The boys would be in stitches but there was always method to his madness.He just wanted us to be more confident and play with some flare out on the field.As injuries threatened to derail the Bulldogs season, Wintle believes Beveridges commitment to his players has maintained the clubs standing in the top four.Bevos as invested in his best players as he is with the fringe players, he said.He gets the best out of everyone and then equips the group to allow them to be self-driven.Beveridge had a taste as a coach at league level during his stints at Collingwood and Hawthorn, and Wintle believed that experience was enough to make him hungry to lead his own side.Before that, I dont think he ever set out to be a senior AFL coach, he said. He certainly had the qualities required to be at the elite level, but I dont think it was a burning ambition of his.?Im not surprised that the Bulldogs have made remarkable strides since he took over. Hes a remarkable communicator and unifier of men.Port Adelaide issues Pokemon warning? The Pokemon craze has got so out of hand that Port Adelaide officials have been forced to issue a warning to fans, instructing them not to hunt Pokemon Go characters which may have ventured on to Alberton Oval during training sessions - or even practice matches.The Port website on Wednesday warned: Our footy department just has one request: Please dont walk onto Alberton during the middle of a training drill or game, no matter how important it is to get the Charizard that suddenly appears ... ?This is how crazy the phenomenon has become, and it seems AFL players are not immune from the games addictive charms.(For the uninitiated, Pokemon Go is a free app that allows users to play a virtual reality version of the popular 1990s Nintendo game, hunting and catching Pokemon - bizarre fictional creatures - that appear on their phone camera).But having issued their warning, the Port Adelaide media team then proceeded to tell supporters where to find the virtual monsters at the club.While youre getting all nostalgic with the latest Poke-craze to take over the world (and probably having your parents and millennials rolling their eyes at your bliss), portadelaidefc.com.au has put together a complete guide to the monsters roaming around Alberton, the website said. In one walk we picked up Geodude, Ponyta, Rapidash, Sandshrew, Mankey, Zubat, Growlithe.GWS forward Jeremy Cameron and St Kildas Maverick Weller outed themselves this week as huge Pokemon Go fans, joining the likes of Alex Rance, Jack Viney and Matt White among the AFLs confessed addicts.Cameron tweeted on Wednesday: Going for a walk with the missus to catch some Pokemon.Weller, meanwhile was unhappy with Melbournes rain, tweeting to teammate Blake Acres on Tuesday: This weather no good to go catch your Pokemon ay.Before Saturdays win against GWS, Collingwood even tweeted that it had caught a wild Squirtle in the Giants race at Spotless Stadium.If Richmonds players look slightly distracted over the coming weeks, perhaps the Pokemon Go craze can be blamed. After the game on Saturday night, there is a grouup of us (at Richmond) who have our own team, All-Australian defender Rance told the AFL Exchange podcast this week.dddddddddddd(We played) it last night, it was pretty embarrassing. I walked down to the oval and it shows grass rustling on the screen and next thing you know - boom, a Pokemon jumps out at you.That rustling sound you hear is Phonse Kyne, Norm Smith and Allan Jeans all rolling their graves.Graham punts sneaky Tiger officials Western Bulldogs football operations boss Ben Graham was fired up on the interchange bench as Richmond threatened to snatch an unlikely victory?on Saturday night.But it wasnt what was unfolding on the field at Etihad Stadium that made the former Geelong captain see red.With uncertainty surrounding the severity of midfielder Tom Liberatores rib injury, sneaky Richmond officials standing in the umpires race tried to peer over at the coachs whiteboard lying on the Bulldogs bench.Graham was quick to spot the daring spies and angrily gestured for them to move on.The NFL punting pioneer later approached an Etihad Stadium staffer urging him to be more vigilant.Little did the Tigers employees know that Liberatore, son of 1990 Brownlow medallist Tony, had been taken by ambulance to hospital.The Western Bulldogs didnt return calls from ESPN to confirm whether a formal complaint to the AFL or Etihad Stadium was made.?Cowan replacement could be a Shaw thing Melbourne have been the pacesetter when it comes to womens football and were deservedly awarded a place in the new national womens competition, which kicks off in February next year.Sadly for the Demons, the coach who has put in so many of the hard yards with them, Michelle Cowan, will remain in Perth and will coach Fremantles womens team.Cowan had been commuting from Perth to work in player development with the Demons and to coach their womens team.So its back to square one for the Demons, but one coach they should be looking for is working just a few kilometres down the road, absent from the AFL scene but achieving huge success all the same.That would be Robert Shaw, the firebrand former Fitzroy and Adelaide coach, whose last full-time involvement was as Fremantles football manager when Mark Harvey was coach.Shaw has turned Brighton Grammar into a football powerhouse, winner of the last two APS premierships and on top of the ladder with three games to play this year.Melbournes Jayden Hunt is one of his success stories, along with Christian Salem and GWSs Josh Kelly. Andrew McGrath, Brightons captain this year, is shaping as a high draft pick at the end of the year.ESPN understands Shaw, who dabbles with some analysis on the Essendon website and appears weekly on SEN 1116, is keen to get back into the AFL system, and his work with Brighton Grammar shows his mastery at teaching and coaching which would be a key requirement in the fledgling competition.Paul Roos has expressed some interest in coaching Melbournes womens team next year and the job is surely his if he wants it. It would be a marketing boon for the new competition.But his former coach at Fitzroy still has a point to prove in footy and is itching for the chance to become involved in the AFL once more. And he has the runs on the board.Poppys remembrance day Some guys have all the luck.Paul Puopolo arrived at Hawthorn in 2010 as an unheralded small forward, having had a successful if hardly glittering career at SA club, Norwood.Less than six years later, Poppy has played in three AFL premierships and become a mainstay in one of the great teams of all time.To underline his good fortune (and good play), Puopolo last week notched up his 100th victory with the Hawks in just his 126th AFL appearance. That puts him at No.10 on the all-time list of players who have reached 100 wins in double-quick time.Geelong and Collingwood forward Travis Varcoe tops the list, needing just 113 appearances to rack up his 100 wins; his captain at Geelong, Joel Selwood, is not far behind on 118.Spare a thought then for a couple of current AFL players who drew the short straw on draft day and ended up at clubs that have struggled to achieve success. Ruckman Jonathan Giles is one such player. After stints at the fledgling GWS, then Essendon, the now West Coast Eagle has tasted victory in just six of his 49 games, at the paltry rate of 10.9 percent.RANDOM STATS OF THE WEEK: Fewest days to 100 games:? 1463 - Wayne Schimmelbusch (NM) 1476 - Luke Breust (Haw) 1483 - Glenn Jakovich (WC) 1485 - Sam Gibson (NM)300 - Two Scotts reach the 300-game milestone this weekend: Adelaide midfielder Scott Thompson and field umpire Scott Jeffery. Thompson is set to become the 75th player in VFL/AFL history to bring up the triple ton (and the fourth this season after Nick Riewoldt, Shaun Burgoyne and Drew Petrie). Jeffery, a Tasmanian, becomes the 20th field umpire to reach the milestone.Most goals kicked outside Victoria: 500 - Matthew Pavlich (Frem) 445 - Jonathan Brown (Bris) 405 - Tony Lockett (StK, Syd) 404 - Warren Tredrea (Port) Wholesale Jerseys  Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Authentic Jerseys From China Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' '

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