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Frans Nielsen and John Tavares

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Posted 1:44 am, 12/28/2018

UNIONDALE, N. [url= http://www.officialatlantaf...ens]Robert Alford Jersey[/url] .Y. - Steve Mason was good enough to earn a shutout and get the Philadelphia Flyers a rare point on the road. Jaroslav Halak and the New York Islanders are just too good in shootouts for Mason to leave Long Island with a win, too.Frans Nielsen and John Tavares finally solved Mason, and the Islanders outlasted the Flyers 1-0 on Monday night to post the best 21-game start in franchise history.We stayed with it, Tavares said. We felt like we were wearing them down and we would eventually get through it. It just took until the shootout.Mason stopped 46 shots through overtime, but after denying Kyle Okposo, he was beaten twice. The shutout was his first this season.Its just frustrating not being able to get the extra point, Mason said. Hopefully, it wont hurt us in the playoff race.We knew what to expect with their speed. They were as advertised. It has to be frustrating for the players, too. We left another point out there. Its unacceptable.Philadelphia has dropped five of six overall, and five straight on the road " including consecutive shutout losses. The Flyers are 2-6-1 on the road.New York, which tied its season high in shots, has a team-record 15 wins through 21 games (15-6) and is 5-0 in shootouts.Halak made 21 saves for his third shutout this season. He has won seven straight, allowing only eight goals. The Islanders have won four in a row and nine of 10.Its a different makeup, its a different attitude, a little different swagger to our team, coach Jack Capuano said. No matter what the score is or what the adversity that were facing throughout a game or how the momentum is going, were just going to continue to play the way we know how.Mason made 43 saves through regulation and was heavily tested in the final few minutes. He reached up to glove Okposos rising drive with 1:40 left in the third period and fell onto his back in the crease.The boys played well, Tavares said. You want to score, and if you dont beat the goaltender he was probably better than you in the play. You just stay with it. What else can you do? You look to the next shift. You cant control what is in the past.Philadelphia managed only 20 shots in regulation. The Flyers had a great chance to break the deadlock when New Yorks Matt Martin charged Luke Schenn from behind and slammed him into the boards. But the power play was shortened after 49 seconds when Wayne Simmonds was called for high-sticking.The Islanders had the better of the chances in the first two periods. New York held a 12-6 shots edge through the opening 20 minutes and 27-16 before the third, not counting several drives that were wide of the mark or deflected out of play.We want to and have to play better, Simmonds said. We were trying to pass too much. They are a fast team, and they showed that all night. Mase was awesome, for sure. He kept us in it all night.The only thing that found its way into the net before the shootout was Islanders defenceman Johnny Boychuk, who got shoved in there by Flyers defenceman Braydon Coburn with 7:55 left in the second.Boychuk nearly broke the scoreless tie 46 seconds into the second when he fired a drive from the right point that found its way through traffic and was barely stopped by Masons skate at the post.Mason also stood tall when Brock Nelson used speed to get free to the net. Mason blocked his shot from in close that appeared to catch a piece of the post, too.Halak faced fewer shots, but also was challenged. He denied Pierre-Edouard Bellemare in tight in the second period, but Halaks best stop came in the first when he held his ground through several dekes as Sean Couturier came in on a short-handed breakaway.We just have to keep playing the same way, Halak said. We will enjoy this win tonight and get back to work.NOTES: A moment of silence was held for Pat Quinn, a former coach of the Flyers and several other teams. Quinn died on Sunday. ... Islanders D Matt Donovan made his season debut, and was joined by Brian Strait, who was scratched nine of the previous 10 games. They replaced Thomas Hickey, who sat out for the first time this season, and fellow defenceman Calvin de Haan, who was scratched after playing 17 straight games. Both defencemen were sidelined by illness. [url= http://www.officialatlantaf...omens]Matt Schaub Jersey[/url] . - A retired Indiana school principal who was NASCAR star Jeff Gordons drivers education teacher was killed with his wife in a Tennessee crash while returning from watching Gordon race. [url= http://www.officialatlantaf...mens]Keanu Neal Jersey[/url] . On Friday night, after a long rain delay, he was scratched from his scheduled start. 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He gave them a chance to stay in it and his paddle down move is his strength, but his angling of the rebound cost him one on the Schenn goal. Tuukka Rask, Boston (4): Rask was locked in all game long, aggressive like he was on Brendan Smith in the third. He had no chance on the Luke Glendening goal as it was a deflection, but was strong with his rebounds through 60 minutes. He had a great response game. Jimmy Howard, Detroit (2): Goal No. 1 was a bad bounce off Smith, faced a ton of traffic omn Sunday and the Bruins game plan was to get in front of him all night. Goals No. 2 aand No. [url= http://www.officialatlantaf...ens]Justin Hardy Jersey[/url]. . 4 saw him battle traffic and scrambles. Carey Price, Montreal (4): Price continued to make timely saves for the Habs. He didnt get much work early on, but his huge blocker save in the second was money. Anders Lindback, Tampa Bay (4): He was the only reason it wasnt an ugly score, making big stops on Rene Bourque, Max Pacioretty, Brandon Prust and the list goes on. It was a very lopsided game that was closer on the scoreboard than the actual game and Lindback has a nice bounce back from a soft performance in his last game. Jonathan Quick, Los Angeles (2): Quick madee big saves on Patrick Marleau, Joe Pavelski, Tommy Wingels and Tomas Hertl in the first period, but was eaten alive by the speed attack of the Sharks that targeted his blocker side (five out of seven goals beat him high blocker). He didnt get a ton of help for sure from his blueliners, who were atrocious, and he faced more than 10 of what I call 10 bell chances, capped off by a Wingels breakaway with 40 seconds left. Antti Niemi, San Jose (4): Niemi was solid all night long. 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