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Moments after Edmonton beat the San Jose Sharks to end its lengthy losing streak, coach Dallas Eakins was focused on how the Oilers can build on that much-needed victory in the rematch. Coming off their first win in four weeks, the Oilers conclude a home-and-home set with the Sharks on Tuesday night in San Jose. Edmontons 0-7-4 skid ended Sunday when David Perrons go-ahead goal 10:26 into the third period held up for a 2-1 victory. The win came two days after Oilers general manager Craig MacTavish said the struggling franchise is under scrutiny and that everybody from the players to the front office is under evaluation. The Oilers (7-15-5), who have earned points in four of the last five, also snapped an eight-game home skid. Getting rid of that is huge, said Eakins, the second-year coach whose job appears safe for the moment. Whatever you want to call it, getting the monkey off your back, an elephant, a large gorilla it feels good for everybody. Most importantly, for our players and our fans. Faced with another matchup against the Sharks (14-11-4), surely smarting from being the first team to lose to Edmonton since the Rangers on Nov. 9, Eakins wouldnt let his clubs celebration last long. Were not going to have a parade over this, he told the NHLs official website. We have to get right back to business and play this same team, which is an extremely hard team to play against. Edmonton has dropped five straight on the road, though the last three were decided in overtime. The Oilers, held to two or fewer goals in eight of 10, caught San Jose on the tail end of games on consecutive nights. The Sharks 21 shots were their second-fewest of the season. San Jose was probably a tired group and we got them on the second night of a back-to-back, which was fortunate for us and helped us out, said Edmontons Ben Scrivens, who allowed 10 goals in his previous two starts against the Sharks prior to Sunday. But at the end of the day, we executed pretty well. That has to be our expectation now, of how we have to play. The Sharks will be looking for a fourth consecutive home victory overall and against Edmonton. San Joses four-game winning streak ended Sunday, but coach Todd McLellan wont use fatigue as a reason for the setback. If you go there, it begins to sound like were using excuses, he said. Teams play (back-to-back) in the league all the time. I still think that good teams can find ways, and we almost did. (You have to) find ways to win those games. San Joses Patrick Marleau extended his point streak to five games with an assist on Tye McGinns first goal of the season. Marleau has four goals and three assists in his last six versus Edmonton. Perron has two goals with two assists in the last four games. He has a goal in two of his last three against the Sharks. Its likely Antti Niemi will be back in San Joses net after backup Alex Stalock started Sunday. Niemi, who has won his last four starts, is 9-1-1 with a 2.40 goals-against average against Edmonton. Steve Francis Rockets Jersey . -- The Los Angeles Angels have agreed to a minor league contract with reliever Brandon Lyon that includes an invitation to their big league camp for spring training. Robert Horry Jersey . Scrivens stopped 48 shots and captain Andrew Ference scored in overtime as the Oilers pulled off a 4-3 upset of the Anaheim Ducks on Friday. http://www.therocketsofficial.com/Authentic-Austin-Rivers-Rockets-Jersey/ . At times during a solid but not spectacular season, they looked all three. Still the defending AFC champions persevered, riding their top-ranked defence and key contributions from younger players to a 12-4 record and their eighth playoff appearance since 2000, remarkable consistency in a league where change is the only constant. Clint Capela Rockets Jersey . Vonn punctuated her near-perfect season in perfect fashion Friday, earning her fourth overall World Cup title with a dominating giant slalom victory. Austin Rivers Rockets Jersey . TSN2 December 18 Knicks at Bulls 8pm et/5pm pt TSN2 December 18 Thunder at Warriors 10:30pm et/7:30pt TSN2 December 21 Pacers at Timberwolves 7pm et/4pm pt. TSN2 December 23 Timberwolves at Cavaliers 7pm et/4pm pt TSN2 December 25 Wizards at Knicks 12pm et/9am pt TSN December 25 Thunder at Spurs 2:30pm et/11:30pt TSN December 25 Cavaliers at Heat 5pm et/2pm pt TSN December 25 Lakers at Bulls 8pm et/5pm pt TSN December 25 Warriors at Clippers 10:30pm et/7:30pt TSN NBA on TSN - January Date Game Time Network January 1 Kings at Timberwolves 8pm et/5pm pt TSN2 January 3 Jazz at Timberwolves 8pm et/5pm pt TSN2 January 5 Nuggets at Timberwolves 8pm et/5pm pt TSN2 January 7 Rockets at Cavaliers 7pm et/4pm pt TSN January 7 Suns at Timberwolves 9:30pm et/6:30 pt. 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Drew Doughty broke a tie 3:51 into the third period with his ninth goal of the season, and the surging Kings beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-2 Thursday night for their franchise-record tying eighth straight road win. "To be hitting our stride at this point and beating some very good teams we had to play in the East right now, thats a confidence booster," Doughty said. Alec Martinez and Jeff Carter also scored for Los Angeles, and Martin Jones made 35 saves. The Kings, who have won five straight overall, tied the club road record set from Dec. 18, 1974-Jan. 16, 1975 by earning one-goal victories during a three-game swing through Philadelphia, Washington and Pittsburgh. "All three teams are in different places in their standings, so if you can get six points you take it," Kings coach Darryl Sutter said. The Penguins rallied from a 2-0 deficit to tie it on goals by Chris Kunitz and Taylor Pyatt. Jeff Zatkoff stopped 29 shots but couldnt get a handle on Doughtys booming slap shot early in the third. A potential tying goal by Penguins forward Brandon Sutter midway through the third was waved off due to goaltender interference following an extended scramble around the Kings net. Sutter eventually poked it by Jones while getting cross-checked from behind just before the net came off its moorings. After a brief conference, the call stood. While that galvanized the Penguins, it didnt exactly rattle the Kings. "I didnt have much of a view, but I just felt the puck under me," Jones said. "I just honestly saw the replay, but I felt like I got pushed in. Its the refs judgment there, so Im happy we got the call there." Los Angeles escaped by stifling Pittsburghs top-ranked power play. The Penguins went 0 for 7 with the man advantage as the unit continues to struggle without centre Evgeni Malkin, who is out for at least two weeks with a foot injury. Pittsburgh is 0-2 without Malkin and has dropped three straight overall. Though the Penguins remain in firm control of the Metropolitan Division, they failed to earn a point, postponing their eighth straight trip to the playoffs. "We did some good things," Pittsburgh centrre Sidney Crosby said.dddddddddddd "It just couldnt go in. Its disappointing when you have that many opportunities. Its not common when you get that many. You want to make sure you try to make them count. We didnt do that." The Kings have spent most of the season muddling in the middle of the loaded Western Conference but are peaking as the post-season nears. They pulled out a 5-4 shootout win in Washington on Tuesday, roaring back from two goals down in the third to earn the victory. There would be no heroics necessary this time. Despite the series of penalties, the Kings looked every bit the stingy bunch that won the Stanley Cup in 2012 and made it to the conference finals last year. "Our penalty kill was unbelievable," Jones said. "Everybody who was out there was awesome, blocking shots. Thats a pretty good power play to do it against, so we did a good job all night." The Penguins took the day off on Wednesday, cancelling practice after a lacklustre 3-2 loss to Phoenix the day before. Pittsburgh held a brief players-only meeting after the loss, which dropped the team to 6-6-2 since the break. It was hard to tell whether the rest helped early, as the Kings sprinted to a 2-0 lead. Carter deflected Marian Gaboriks slap shot past Zatkoff for his 26th goal of the season 15:23 into the game. The Kings made it 2-0 on a similar play 6:59 into the second as Tyler Toffoli was parked in front of Zatkoff and provided a perfect screen for Martinezs shot from the point. Pittsburgh responded 34 seconds later when Kunitz poked in a rebound for his 33rd goal. Pyatt added his fourth of the season to tie it. His knuckling wrist shot hit Jones in the blocker pad and flipped over the goalies shoulder and rolled into the net. No matter, Jones responded with a no-look blocker save on defenceman Matt Niskanen moments later that kept the game tied long enough for Doughty to win it. NOTES: Penguins C Marcel Goc left in the second period after injuring his left leg while getting checked into the boards behind the Los Angeles net and didnt return. ... The Kings are 33-8-4 when scoring first. ... Carter has 13 points in his last 17 games. ... The Penguins play at Columbus on Friday. ... The Kings begin a three-game homestand on Saturday against Winnipeg. ' ' '
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