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TORONTO - Since being walloped 9-2 by visiting Nashville almost a month ago, the Toronto Maple Leafs have been flying high.
.A 4-3 shootout win Sunday over the Los Angeles Kings improved Torontos record to 9-1-1 since the Predators debacle. The Leafs (18-9-3) have won five straight, lead the league in scoring with 3.37 goals a game and are 13-0-0 when they score first.Still head coach Randy Carlyle isnt popping the champagne, despite back-to-back wins over Detroit and the defending Stanley Cup champion Kings. He believes the streaking Leafs have more in them.We think this groups got more to give, he said. We think we still have some areas we definitely need to clean up and work on. And were going to continue to be a work in progress, I think as every team is.The road will also get tougher. Toronto has played 20 games at home so far and, after one more Air Canada Centre date Tuesday with Anaheim, faces eight of nine games away from home.We have to skate, we cant turn that puck over and we have to establish that forechecking game, Carlyle said, detailing his recipe for success. Thats when were most effective.Carlyle has seen his team ride peaks and valleys. He knows things can go south quickly.Theres always danger. Pro sports is about danger, youre always living on the edge ... If you look at the schedule we have and the opponents we have coming, it can have a snowball effect. Wed like to keep this snowball rolling in our direction and not allow it to go in any other direction.After going up 2-0 in the first period on goals by Mike Santorelli and Cody Franson, Toronto wobbled late in the second period as Justin Williams and Dwight King scored three minutes 44 seconds apart.The Kings pulled ahead 1:02 into the third when Marian Gaborik, taking a slick pass from Williams, beat James Reimer on the second try after the goalie stopped the first shot. The Leafs answered on the power play with James van Riemsdyk redirecting a Franson pass past Jonathan Quick at 6:49 for his 13th goal, making it 3-3.Reimer had the last laugh in the shootout, stopping Gaborik, Dustin Brown and Anze Kopitar. He is now 9-9 in shootouts, having stopped 41 of 60 attemptsJoffrey Lupul scored the lone goal for Toronto in the shootout, beating Quick. Tyler Bozak and Santorelli missed.Theyre a good team, said Kings defenceman Drew Doughty. I think maybe we could have deserved a little bit better if we had got off to a better start. But we didnt and thats why we lost.It was a game that took a while to reach the boil but the third period was fast-paced and entertaining before an Air Canada Centre crowd of 19,219 on a rare 5 p.m. local time Sunday start.Los Angeles outshot the Leafs 33-30 in regulation and 36-31 in total. Torontos second line of Nazem Kadri, Santorelli and Daniel Winnik excelled for the home side.The Kings (15-10-6), who wrap up a five-game road trip in St. Louis on Tuesday, have lost four of their past five and are 4-4-2 in their last 10.We need to play desperate, said Doughty, because were losing points and were slowly getting out of the playoff spots. So we definitely need to start paying attention to the standings and win more games.The frustration is building for the defending champions.Were used to winning, said Doughty. We have a lot of winners as players on this team and as an organization. Its definitely frustrating. But we need to get through it as players together and get to where we know we can be.The second period has belonged to the Leafs this season with a league-high 41 goals. But the Kings ruled this time.Williams cut the lead to 2-1 with his eighth goal at 16:02. The King winger beat Jake Gardiner on a rush, helped somewhat by a lucky bounce, and swept the puck in past Reimer. King then tied it up at 19:46, twisting Franson inside out en route to the goal from the corner before neatly depositing the puck past Reimer, who thought he had it.Former Kings goalie Jonathan Bernier got the night off after helping the Leafs to a 4-1 win over visiting Detroit on Saturday. It was Reimers second start in 11 games, a stretch that included a stellar 41-save performance in a road win over the Wings on Wednesday.Santorelli, celebrating his 29th birthday, opened the scoring at 14:00 of the first when he came from behind the net, after taking a deft pass from Winnik, and beat Quick high stick-side for his sixth of the season.Trevor Lewis had a glorious chance for the Kings late in the period when, with Reimer face down, he hit the bottom of the goalpost and the puck bounced under the goalie.Franson made it 2-0 with 30 seconds left in the first period, floating a shot through traffic from the blue-line for his fifth goal of the season.Toronto emerged from the period with the lead despite being outshot 11-8 and losing 16 of 20 faceoffs.Follow @NeilMDavidson on Twitter
. The New York State Supreme Court only partially dismissed the lawsuit, meaning the case could be headed for trial. The tour announced a year ago that Singh would be suspended for saying in a Sports Illustrated story that he took deer antler spray, which was believed to contain the banned substance IGF-1.
.com) - Brad Stuart has yet to play a regular-season game for the Colorado Avalanche, but that didnt deter the club from signing the veteran defenseman to a two-year contract extension on Monday.
. For the first time all night, as the Raptors were on the clock to make the 20th overall selection, no one had the slightest idea what was about to happen. No leaks, no whispers, nothing.INDIANAPOLIS - The Colts took one page out of Bill Belichicks book Monday.Theyre already on to next season.Theyd like to borrow another — reaching the Super Bowl.Less than 24 hours after another stinging playoff exit at New England, Indianapolis players and coaches turned their attention from the disappointment of falling short to a seemingly bright future for one of the younger teams in the league.We are close and every year weve taken another step, defensive end Cory Redding said as he started packing up his locker. I believe next year, we will take that next step.To achieve that goal, the Colts (13-6) know they cannot afford to stand pat.After stringing together three straight 11-win seasons, back-to-back AFC South titles and going one step deeper in the playoffs during each of Andrew Lucks first three seasons, New England again exploited Indys most glaring deficiencies in a 45-7 AFC championship game rout.While Luck has excelled behind a makeshift offensive line the past two years, the Colts ground game has not.Defensively, Indy still has not found a solution to New Englands power running game, either.The combination prompted team owner Jim Irsay to tell reporters Sunday night that Indianapolis must become a tougher team to continue its ascent, just three years removed from a 2-14 season that allowed Irsay to completely rebuild.Coach Chuck Pagano acknowledged those are two areas the Colts must improve in the coming months, if they are to get past their biggest nemesis.And make no mistake — those moves will be designed to turn the tables on New England, which has beaten Luck four straight times by a combined 189-73.Pagano has no doubt the Colts can find a way to break through.This is an up-and-coming team, Pagano said. There are things from that game that we recognize that need to be addressed and we will address them. ... Were knocking at the door and weve got to find a way to kick it in.Here are some other things to watch during the offseason:RETIREMENT RUMORS: Redding and receiver Reggie Wayne, two cornerstones of Indys resurgence, arre both free agents.
. At ages 34 and 36, its unclear whether the Colts will bring them back — or whether they even want to come back. Both said Monday they would take some time before making a decision, but both believe the Colts could make a Super Bowl run in 2015. This is a good team, Wayne said. We had a lot of guys who fought through a lot of stuff and we made a lot of progress.TRENTS FUTURE: Trent Richardsons may not be back with the Colts next season. The No. 3 overall pick in the 2012 draft has been a huge disappointment, and its become increasingly clear Indy is unhappy with him. Since losing the starting job with two games left in the regular season, Richardson took one offensive snap in a wild-card round win over Cincinnati and was inactive for the final two playoff games, on Sunday because of a family emergency.INJURY QUESTIONS: Vick Ballard, Gosder Cherilus, Robert Mathis and Donald Thomas all wound up on injured reserve. The biggest question is what can the Colts expect in 2015? Ballard, a running back, has missed 31 straight regular-season games. Thomas, an offensive guard, has missed 30 in a row. Mathis, the 2013 sacks champ, is coming off a torn Achilles tendon at age 33, and 30-year-old Cherilus, Indys right tackle, had three different injuries this season and was getting around on crutches Monday.DRAFTING: Indy has been a bigger player in free agency in Paganos first three seasons. But general manager Ryan Grigson believes the draft is a foundation for success. With a young team and lots of contracts up after the 2015 season, the Colts need another good draft to get some young, inexpensive talent to get them past the Patriots.SIGNINGS: Indy signed receivers Kadron Boone, Ryan Lankford and Josh Lenz, defensive linemen Gannon Conway and Kelcy Quarles, running back Jeff Demps, linebacker Carlos Fields, safety Winston Guy, offensive lineman Tyler Hoover, and tight end Erik Swoope to futures contracts. All 10 were on Indys practice squad.___AP NFL website:
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