Amos Ramon walked and then Josh Mazzola doubled both of them

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Amos Ramon walked and then Josh Mazzola doubled both of them

Сообщение wangshi0816 » 23 ноя 2017, 04:29

It really didnt come as a surprise that the Florida Panthers fired head coach Kevin Dineen Friday, but its not like a change in the coaching staff is going to magically cure what ails this team. Ondrej Palat Jersey . Any time a team fails to meet expectations, coaches end up on the chopping block, but that leads to the question: why would there have been expectations put upon the Florida Panthers for the 2013-2014 season? Go back to the 2011-2012 season, when the Panthers won the Southeast Division, with 94 points in 82 games, despite recording 32 regulation and overtime wins, a total that tied non-playoff teams Buffalo, Carolina (who finished last in the Southeast Division) and Colorado for 20th in the league. The Panthers also had a minus-24 goal differential, so anything beyond the point total in the standings suggested they were not really a playoff-calibre team. Consider them a prime example of a team not being what its record is. Then the Panthers proceeded to lose in double-overtime of Game Seven (after losing in overtime in Game Six) in the first round of the playoffs against the eventual Eastern-Conference-Champion New Jersey Devils, making it easy to sell the idea that the Panthers were "this close" to competing with the top teams in the league. It needs to be noted, however, that the Panthers overachieved in 2011-2012, to even generate mediocre results disguised as playoff-worthy. Florida needed to spend a lot of money in the summer of the 2011 season just to get above the salary floor and, as a result, cobbled together a make-shift roster, handing out some contracts that had surprisingly long-term implications. Sure, Florida signed Tomas Fleischmann (four years, $18-million), and he scored a career-high 61 points in 2011-2012, and has generally been a productive scorer since. C Marcel Goc (three years, $5.19-million) has been okay and G Jose Theodore (two years, $3-million) was a low-risk move, but the Panthers also inked RW Scottie Upshall (four years, $14-million), D Ed Jovanovski (four years, $16.5-million) and LW Sean Bergenheim (four years, $11-million), none of whom has provided a decent return on investment. (Injuries have admittedly played a part in their lack of production.) The Panthers also dipped into GM Dale Tallons past and traded for some former Chicago Blackhawks: D Brian Campbell, RW Kris Versteeg and RW Tomas Kopecky. That roster didnt have any business harbouring playoff expectations yet, with Dineen taking over for Peter DeBoer behind the bench, the Panthers defied the odds and reached the postseason, thanks in large part to Fleischmann, Versteeg and Stephen Weiss, their top line that combined for 70 goals and 172 points. Campbell added 53 points while playing nearly 27 minutes per game. That quartet made up the entire list of Florida Panthers to record more than 33 points that season, so there wasnt a lot coming from the supporting cast. The 2013 season brought much worse results, particularly when injuries limited Weiss and Versteeg to a total of 27 games and the goaltending went from decent, ranking 11th with a .914 save percentage, to a league-worst .887 save percentage in the lockout-shortened 2013 season. Those injuries, and subpar goaltending, over a small-sample season may have been what led Tallon to still harbour expectations for this team coming into the 2013-2014 season. Or maybe its because there is a new owner calling the shots that the Panthers couldnt simply see the 2013-2014 season as one for development of their young talent. After all, the Panthers have added some promising young players including LW Jonathan Huberdeau, C Aleksander Barkov and C Nick Bjugstad, who are all playing significant minutes. D Erik Gudbranson, the third overall pick in 2010, and D Dmitry Kulikov, the 14th pick in 2009 are still works in progress, but young enough to be part of what the Panthers are trying to build. G Jacob Markstrom is supposed to be the goaltender of the future, even if the 23-year-old has struggled this year. Forwards Vincent Trocheck and Drew Shore and defencemen Alex Petrovic and Colby Robak have been in the AHL, playing for new head coach Peter Horacheck. Trocheck, who has 11 points in 11 games as a first-year pro and nearly made the Panthers out of training camp, could get his opportunity soon. In the summer of 2013, the Panthers didnt spend big money, but brought in a lot of veterans on low-money deals. Defencemen Tom Gilbert has been a bargain as a top-four defenceman while Matt Gilroy and checking forward Jesse Winchester have been decent. Veteran forwards Brad Boyes and Scott Gomez along with blueliner Ryan Whitney have not been effective and goaltender Tim Thomas hasnt been able to stay healthy in his attempt to return to action after a year off. As a result, the Panthers have the leagues 28th-ranked goal differential (minus-1.36 per game), ahead of only the Edmonton Oilers and Buffalo Sabres. Unfortunately, the goaltending hasnt gotten any better this season, ranking 28th with an .885 save percentage, and no team can win with goaltending of that calibre, let alone a team that isnt scoring at the other end of the ice and the Panthers rank 29th in 5-on-5 shooting percentage when the score is close. The good news, according to the probabilities of advanced stats, is that the Panthers arent likely to maintain such terrible shooting and save percentages all season, so they are due to get some better results; a little "puck luck" as it were. Of course, being better than their current 3-9-4 record doesnt mean all that much. When those young players start to control play more consistently and the Panthers start getting adequate goaltending, they may turn the corner, but thats going to require patience and the expectations placed on this team dont necessarily allow for patience. Trouble is, when a general manager makes moves that appear to reveal a lack of patience, its fair to start wondering if the next one on the chopping block will be the GM. Scott Cullen can be reached at Scott.Cullen@bellmedia.ca and followed on Twitter at http://twitter.com/tsnscottcullen. For more, check out TSN Fantasy on Facebook. Dan Girardi Jersey . Unfortunately for the Cleveland Cavaliers, James Harden was in the building. Ryan Callahan Jersey . -- Mike Shanahan gave Robert Griffin III a rest, and may have turned up the pressure on himself, too. http://www.lightninghockeystore.us/Brett-Howden-Jersey/ .S. international midfielder Michael Bradley is complete.The Winnipeg Goldeyes had it in the bag and Zac Mitchell took it away. The Gary SouthShore RailCats light-hitting shortstop hit his first homer of the year, a two-run shot in the second inning, and then blasted a game-winning three-run bomb with two out in the bottom of the ninth to beat the Winnipeg Goldeyes 6-5. It was a heartbreaking loss for the Goldeyes, who took a 5-3 lead into the bottom of the ninth. In the ninth, Chris Kissock, the closer of the day, got two quick outs, but then Brian Kolb singled, Drew Martinez singled and then Mitchell hit the first pitch he saw from Kissock – fastball over the heart of the plate – over the right-field wall for the game-winning home run. Mitchell, the 5-foot-9, 170-pound shortstop, who went into the game hitting .269, went two-for-four with two runs scored and five runs driven in. It was also a heartbreaking way for Goldeyes starter Justin Garcia to get a no-decision. Garcia pitched brilliantly and Josh Mazzola knocked in a pair of runs to get the Fish rolling, as Winnipeg built an early 4-0 lead and seemed to be in control. But that collapse in the ninth gave the RailCats a thrilling victory in the rubber match of this three-game series. With the loss, the Goldeyes finished 3-3 on their six-game road trip and fell to 20-19 on the season. The Goldeyes got off to a quick start. In the top of the first, Mike CColes led off with a single, Amos Ramon walked and then Josh Mazzola doubled both of them home. Anton Stralman Jersey. Casey Haerther singled, sending Mazzola to third and then Mazzola scored as Fehlandt Lentini grounded into a fielders choice. Luis Alen then singled, but Lentini was thrown out trying to go to third. However, that allowed Alen to get to second and he scored on a single by Nick Liles. Gary scored three times in the third, but thats all theyd get against Garcia, who gave the Goldeyes a fourth-straight quality start. Winnipeg made it 5-3 in the fourth as Liles walked and Nate Samson singled. Liles eventually came around to score on a fielders choice RBI ground out by Mike Coles. Garcia pitched six strong innings, allowing three runs on six hits and then lefty reliever Brendan Lafferty pitched scoreless, hitless innings in the seventh and eighth. But Kissocks mistake to Mitchell gave the RailCats the series victory and handed Winnipeg its second straight loss. Ramon led the Goldeyes offense with a couple of hits and a run scored. Haerther had a pair of hits and Mazzola knocked in the first two runs of the game with his only hit. Gary reliever Kyle Lindquist (1-0, 3.09 ERA) got the win, while Kissock (0-3, 3.27 ERA) suffered the loss. The Goldeyes return home to face the St. Paul Saints on Tuesday night -- Fireworks Night to celebrate Canada Day. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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