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On Monday, Kessel tied the NHL record for the most consecutive games played when he stepped out onto the ice for the Vegas Golden Knights, tying iron man Keith Yandle for the record at 989 games. Early in the first period against the Toronto Maple Leafs, Kessel capped off the milestone moment with his 400th career goal to put the Golden Knights up 1-0. Incredible stuff, right
Unfortunately, the Maple Leafs challenged the goal for offside and it was called back as the Golden Knights were in the zone just before Reilly Smith carried the puck across the blue line before the tally.
City striker Sergio Aguero thought he had put his side ahead in the FA Cup semi-final, as did Raheem Sterling when he followed up on Aguero's strike, only for Wembley officials to award the Gunners a goal kick.
AS Roma coach Jose Mourinho expressed his frustration following a disallowed goal from Nicolò Zaniolo in the dying moments of Saturday's scoreless between Roma and Genoa in Serie A play. The Portuguese tactician was furious at the referee Rosario Abisso's decision to give Zaniolo a red card for mouthing off at the officials following VAR's decision to call the goal off.
The Italian striker had scored a beautiful goal in the final seconds of the match would have given the Giallorossi three valuable points at the Stadio Olimpico ahead of Tuesday's pivotal Coppa Italia showdown against Inter Milan (3 p.m. ET Paramount+) But Abisso called disallowed the goal due to a foul by Tammy Abraham before Zaniolo's shot. Once the match restarted, Zaniolo was sent off for protests and the player continued to do so near the bench after being walked out of the pitch by Mourinho.
Mourinho, in his post-match press conference, blew some steam and questioned Abisso's game-altering call to disallow the goal: \"Zaniolo was sent off for telling the referee 'what the f--- are you whistling a foul for' Now you tell me, would [Giorgio] Chiellini at Juve's stadium or Zlatan [Ibrahimovic] at the San Siro have been sent off for saying this\"
\"It is no longer football, maybe soccer as they call it in the United States. If the referee made a mistake and had to validate the goal, then he will be the first not to be happy. And for Roma, it is déjà vu because it has happened to us many times.\"
The Capitals lost both games of their back-to-back this weekend, but Alex Ovechkin did all he could to keep the Caps close. Against Predators on Friday night, Ovechkin scored two goals in the second period to erase a two-goal hole. The next night in Dallas, Ovechkin scored a breakaway goal twenty seconds into the third period to tie the game.
The Avalanche beat the Canucks in overtime on Saturday night in Vancouver, but the game got to overtime thanks in large part to a controversial goal that many Colorado players believed never should have happened.
With the Canucks down by two goals and the goalie pulled late in the third period, Vancouver was pressing with sustained possession in the offensive zone. Elias Pettersson attempted to rip a shot on net from the top of the circles but that shot was blocked by Colorado's Matt Calvert, who was sprawled on the ice just in front of Pettersson.
Still, play continued and the Canucks went on to score on the possession, cutting the score to 4-3. As the goal horn sounded, Colorado players were clearly frustrated with the officials' reluctance to blow the play dead as Calvert was in obvious distress.
Jake Dunn added his second goal of the season late as City College remained unbeaten at home. The Vaqueros remain in closing distance of the two teams tied for the conference lead, Oxnard College and LA Mission College, with five games remaining in the regular season.
Flames forward Blake Coleman was going hard to the net, and got a skate on the puck as it trickled behind Edmonton Oilers goaltender Mike Smith. It was called a goal initially, but video replay had other ideas.
The Ducks battled back from a two-goal deficit in the game's final minutes to force overtime, but the Nashville Predators earned a 5-4 victory on Tommy Novak's game-winning goal tonight at Honda Center.
Mason McTavish scored twice for Anaheim, his second goal capping a furious late comeback and tying the game with 26 seconds remaining in regulation. Troy Terry and Frank Vatrano also scored in the setback. Cam Fowler tallied three assists for the fourth time in his NHL career and the first since Feb. 2016.
Novak scored twice for Nashville, including his first career overtime goal. Phillip Tomasino, Kiefer Sherwood and Yakov Trenin also found the back of the net for the Preds, who have now earned points in five of their last six games (4-1-1) and pulled within five points of the Western Conference's second Wild Card position.
The Preds struck first with a power-play goal midway through the first period on a tough bounce for Gibson. As Nashville looked for a centering pass through the Anaheim defense, Tomasino tried to set up center Colton Sissons in tight, but instead had his pass ramp off the stick of White and up over Gibson's shoulder for the night's initial lead.
The two-goal lead lasted all just two minutes though, as Anaheim got back in the game on a persistent effort by Jones and a nice finish by McTavish. With a loose puck still free along the wall, Jones hustled hard after it, poking it away from two Preds defenders and onto the stick of McTavish, who quickly fired a wrister from the slot past Saros.
With two points on the night, his 39th and 40th of the season, McTavish passed Paul Kariya and Ryan Getzlaf for sixth-most by a Ducks rookie. McTavish ranks second among all NHL rookies in scoring (16-24=40), fourth in assists and fifth in power-play goals.
With the lone assist on the goal, Jones matched his career high in points (5-7=12). The big power forward, who has recently found himself on Anaheim's second line alongside McTavish and Troy Terry, also owns a career best in assists with helpers in two of his last three games (0-2=2).
The Preds would reclaim the lead early in the third on another ridiculous bounce, this one even stranger than their first goal. This time, Sherwood evaded the check of Nathan Beaulieu and worked his way behind the Anaheim net. Running out of time Sherwood tried to feather a pass towards the slot, hoping to find a trailing teammate. Instead, the puck ramped off the stick of Beaulieu and then hit the back of Gibson's mask before trickling over the line to put Nashville back ahead.
C.J. Sapong converted a penalty kick in the 67th minute to level the score at 1-1. Rapids goal scorer Caleb Calvert was sent off for two yellow cards, along with assistant coach Conor Casey, reducing the side to 10 men. Then a few minutes later, Haris Medunjanin bent a beautiful free kick around the Rapids wall, leaving a stunned Howard rooted to the spot to give the Union the edge.
Downingtown West rallied for two goals in the final minute of regulation on Thursday night to tie the game and force overtime, then won it in the first sudden-death extra session as they stunned the visiting Indians by a score of 10-9 in a thrilling Ches-Mont League nail biter at DiSerafino Stadium.
Sophomore Emma Cooper netted the game-winning goal 29 seconds into overtime for the Whippets (4-1 Ches-Mont, 9-2 overall). After West won the draw to start overtime, Unionville (4-1, 6-2) was whistled for a cross-checking penalty shortly after. Cooper stepped up big in the pressure-packed situation as she calmly fired home the winner, which set off a wild celebration by her teammates on the field following the improbable comeback victory.
West then won the critical ensuing draw, and wasted little time striking again. Senior Emily Kuhlman, who was terrific with a game-high four goals, tied the contest at 9-9 when she scored with 16.7 seconds left.
\"The third period we had some pushes, at 5-3 you could feel a little push and we had our looks, but it just didn't go in for us,\" coach Derek Lalonde said. \"The goalie pull, we had looks and got what we wanted, but it just didn't go behind them.\"
\"We just them to do what they wanted with the puck and their big guys got the puck and skated through us. We were way better in the third, we were winning battles, but we just didn't get enough goals.\"
Rask was furious after the goal was scored, showing the broken blade to officials, hurling it at the boards and throwing his hands up in the air as he headed to the bench with one good skate for repairs.
The Pioneers (8-8-1) opened the scoring early as sophomore forward Boden Sampair intercepted an errant White Bear Lake pass, breaking through the two defenseman and winning a one-on-one battle against Bears goalie Leo Gabriel.
Trailing throughout the second half against visiting San Diego and by as many as six goals in the fourth quarter, the Riptide staged a furious rally that fell excruciatingly short in a 15-14 defeat to the Seals.
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