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MONTREAL - The Flames looked to a few of their youngsters to lead the way against the Canadiens — and they delivered.Prospect Josh Jooris scored twice and Markus Granlund added another to lead Calgary to a 6-2 victory over Montreal on Sunday night at the Bell Centre. Rookie forward Johnny Gaudreau also added two assists.Together, Jooris, 24, Granlund, 21 and Gaudreau, 21, combined for three goals, five points, and nine shots. They were sharp for much of the game, created havoc around Carey Prices net, and were ultimately the difference-makers.All those young players had great training camps, said Flames head coach Bob Hartley. Thats where it starts. Last year we committed to a rebuild, and those kids are jumping in. Right now, were getting rewarded for our efforts.You have to spread the responsibility out there, and theyre responding well. Theyre rewarding us.Coming into Montreal, the Flames were looking to avenge a 2-1 home defeat at the hands of the Canadiens last Tuesday after Pierre-Alexandre Parenteau scored the winner in a shootout.Harleys men felt they deserved two points from that game after outshooting the Habs 38-19, and came into the Bell Centre on Sunday looking for a repeat performance with a different score line.We had a good game against them last game, so we were prepared, said Jooris, who played 73 games with the American Hockey Leagues Abbotsford Heat last year. We knew what to expect. We wanted to play the same way we did against them.Calgary (7-4-2) came into this one — the teams first stop of a five-game road swing — with just five first-period goals in their first 12 games. Jooris and Granlund, however, managed to put two past Price in the opening 20 minutes on Sunday.Jooris, in just his sixth NHL game, got the ball rolling for the Flames at 4:58 of the first period. The Burlington, Ont. native gobbled up a juicy rebound in front of the net from a Dennis Wideman shot from the point, and patiently waited out Price to make it 1-0. Gaudreau was rewarded for an outstanding first period with an assist on the goal.Its a loud building, said Jooris of his first time playing at the Bell Centre. The nerves were there, but it was good nerves. I was really excited to play here. Its an exciting building to play in. Once we got the first shift in, we settled in.Granlund, in is ninth NHL game, doubled Calgarys lead with 27 seconds remaining in the first period when he deflected a shot from Jiri Hudler past Price with his toe.Gaudreau, who was drafted by the Flames in the fourth round in 2011, got an assist on Granlunds goal and now has eight points in his last seven games since being a healthy scratch versus the Columbus Blue Jackets on Oct. 17.Like Jooris, Gaudreau was quick to shake off the early Bell Centre jitters.Theres a lot of history here, said the rookie, who had aunts and uncles make the drive from Vermont to watch the game from the stands. We just looked at it as a great experience. We wanted to make the most out of it. The older guys led by example.After Curtis Glencross and Max Pacioretty traded goals, Jooris added his second of the game at 8:48 of the third period to give Calgary a 4-1 lead. With the Flames on the power play, Jooris took a long stretch pass from defender TJ Brodie and walked in alone on Price, beating him top corner.With TJ, we like to play a fast-paced game, the full length of the ice, said Jooris. So I tried to get out of the zone quickly. With great vision he found me, and I was able to put it past Price. I tried to get it upstairs real quick.The fact that it was against a great goalie was pretty cool.Lance Bouma and Mark Giordano added goals for the Flames, while Jonas Hiller stopped 18-of-20 shots.Lars Eller scored a consolation goal for Montreal (8-3-1) late in the third. Carey Price made 30 saves in defeat.The loss halted Montreals unbeaten run at home. Previously 4-0-0 at the Bell Centre this season, the Habs were looking to match their best start at home since 1979.The Canadiens, who were outshot 19-4 in the first period, have now conceded the opening goal 10 times in the teams first 12 games.Were making it hard on ourselves with those starts, said Tomas Plekanec, who finished the game with a minus-2 rating. When you score first, its a different story, and you get more confidence to play. If you have to chase the score, its not going to happen all the time.Montreal has a tendency of leaving things late, as Michel Therriens men have now scored 14 of their 27 goals in the third period. But there was no comeback in store on Sunday night.Notes: Brendan Gallagher and P.K. Subban finished minus-3 on the night. … Jiri Sekac, Michael Bournival and Jarred Tinordi were left out of the lineup for the Canadiens. Sekac hasnt dressed since Oct. 18 against Colorado, while Bournival has yet to make his season debut. … With Calgarys Joe Colborne out of the lineup with a wrist injury, 22-year-old winger Sven Baertschi got the start on the fourth line. … Prior to the game, Price was awarded the Molson Cup for his stellar play in October. Mehdi Benatia Jersey .K. Subban has picked the right time of the year to go on an offensive tear. Jan Kirchhoff Jersey . - Quarterback Brady Quinn says he has been released by the Miami Dolphins. Milan and Napoli also advanced to ensure there will be at least three Italian clubs in the last 32 of Europes secondary competition.Spurs victory, secured by Benjamin Stamboulis 49th-minute winner, was overshadowed by a succession of pitch invasions that forced the referee to halt the game after 41 minutes. Holger Badstuber Bayern Munich Jersey . Both moves were announced Tuesday. The Titans had waived Matthews on Saturday when they promoted wide receiver Michael Preston from the practice squad. Leon Goretzka Jersey . The incident occurred at 6:28 of the first period in Anaheims 6-3 home win over Dallas on Sunday. Garbutt left the penalty box and skated at Penner before leaving his skates to deliver a check.One Canadian played a solid round, the other slipped but at the end of the day, both were smiling. The better of the two rounds was turned in by Mike Weir, who took 73 over his opening 18 holes. DeLaet, however, made his Masters debut with a round of 80, failing to make a birdie on the day. For Weir, it marked just the second time in the last six Masters tournaments that the lefthander was over par in the first round but he was still pleased with the effort. "I am pretty happy with that," said Weir. "Its a brute of a course, and anything around par is good." The 2003 champion who has made just one cut in his last 10 starts on the PGA Tour, played a relatively steady round that saw him hit 11 of 14 fairways. Those he missed were just by a yard or two. He was also solid coming into to the greens with the statistics showing him at 50 per cent but most of the misses again being by inches rather than yards. "In many ways, I think I could have been a bit lower out there if Id managed to make a few putts," Weir stated, "but Ill take that 73." There were indeed a few missed opportunities such as on the third hole where Weir three-putted from 10 feet, getting fooled by the come-back second putt. "My first putt broke left and went past about three feet. Then the next one broke left too," a confused Weir admitted. Weirs birdies came on the second, seventh and 15th holes and he ended his day by draining a solid six-footer for par on the 18th. Suffering from a cold, he admitted that there wasnt much energy left in the tank at thee end of the day.ddddddddddddHe was looking forward to getting a good nights sleep to recharge the batteries. DeLaets day never seemed to get on track and the Weyburn, Saskatchewan product. "I wasnt sharp by any means but I didnt really think I played that poorly," he said. "It just exposed me. I was just battling all day and I wasnt able to make those par putts when I needed them." DeLaet failed to make a birdie during his round, going seven over through his first 10 holes. He needed 39 putts to get around the famed course. Too often his first putt was from the wrong side of the hole and the lightning-fast speeds were next to impossible to negotiate, especially for a first-timer. Still, DeLaet came off the course tired, but still smiling. "Its disappointing, obviously, to shoot 80, but at the same time, I had a great time," said DeLaet. "I feel like I learned a little bit and Im just one good round away from playing the weekend. Thats the plan for [Friday]." As has been the case all week, DeLaet had a huge gallery of Canadians following his every move, including a group of his friends from Weyburn who were sporting shirts that read Grahams Gangsters. And despite the poor performance, DeLaet did allow his thoughts to wander a bit and take in the fact that the kid from Southern Saskatchewan had made it to Augusta. "At some point on the back nine, I was looking up at the board and it said: DeLaet seven-under and maybe that wasnt what I wanted to see but I thought, Hey, its the Masters leaderboard and Im on it." ' ' '
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