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TAMPA, Fla. Wholesale NHL Jerseys Authentic . -- Sidney Crosby hit a milestone and helped his team get a win. Chris Kunitz scored two goals and Marc-Andre Fleury stopped all 21 shots, leading the Pittsburgh Penguins to a 3-0 victory against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Friday. Crosby had assists on all three goals for Pittsburgh, which extended its winning streak in the series to eight games. The Penguins also halted the Lightnings bid to tie a club record with an eighth consecutive triumph on home ice. Kunitz opened the scoring seven minutes in, taking a pass from Crosby and lifting it past Tampa Bay goalie Ben Bishop from the left circle. Kunitz sealed the win, scoring into an empty net with 1:43 remaining in the game. Crosbys accomplishment caught the attention of his coach. "It is amazing how often and how fast he has been on that score sheet," Penguins coach Dan Bylsma said of Crosby, whose second assist was the 700th point of his career. Crosby, the NHL leader this season with 36 points, appreciates the milestone. "You obviously play to win, but when you get things like that, little individual things, I guess you enjoy it for a little bit," he said. "Its fun to see that, but ultimately you play to win games. Its nice we were able to get a win in the same night." Brandon Sutter scored the second Pittsburgh goal on a power play midway into the third period. Sutter took his own rebound behind the net and banked it off the leg of Lightning defenceman Victor Hedman on the opposite side. "Its part of the game. It was a really lucky bounce for them and unfortunate for us," Hedman said. "Down one goal and they get a lucky one on the power play, so obviously it sucks a little momentum out of you. ... It could have gone either way. They got the bounces today." Tampa Bay had several excellent scoring chances. Richard Panik got loose in front of the Pittsburgh net just before the second intermission, but was stopped by Fleury, who earlier made a save on Nikita Kucherov on a partial breakaway. "Part of the problem tonight was we let Fleury see shots, not all of them, but too many," Lightning coach Jon Cooper said. "And we were really having a tough time getting pucks to the net." The Lightning also came up empty in three man-advantage situations. Bishop, who finished with 26 saves, has lost twice in his past three games. The early goal set the tone for Pittsburgh, which has won all but one of the 15 games in which it scored first. The Penguins are 9-0 when leading after the first period, and Tampa Bay is 0-6 when behind after one. NOTES: Crosby, Kunitz and C Evgeni Malkin each have seven-game point streaks against the Lightning, with a combined 23 goals and 22 assists. ... Pittsburgh broke a tie with Tampa Bay for second place in the Eastern Conference. ... Penguins LW James Neal was held without a point for the first time in six games, having collected 11 on six goals and five assists in his past five outings. Cheap NHL Jerseys .com) - Bayern Munich winger Xherdan Shaqiri is expected to miss the next two weeks because of a thigh injury. Cheap NHL Jerseys Authentic .Brady threw a 69-yard touchdown pass to Julian Edelman midway through the fourth quarter, and New England beat the San Diego Chargers 23-14 for its eighth win in nine games. . Jeter doubled high off the left-field wall and scored on Jacoby Ellsburys first hit in pinstripes in the fifth. Hiroki Kuroda (1-1) pitched 6 1-3 sharp innings in the Yankees 112th opener in New York. In what manager Joe Girardi said would be a season-long lovefest for Jeter, the shortstop was cheered every step of the way by an adoring crowd of 48, 142 -- even when his double-play grounder back to Orioles starter Ubaldo Jimenez (0-2) scored Solarte in the third inning for the first run. LIVERPOOL, N.S. -- Albertas Carter Lautner defeated Northern Ontarios Tanner Horgan 7-2 to clinch a playoff berth at the 2014 M&M Meat Shops Canadian junior mens and womens curling championships. "Its fantastic, its great to finally make the playoffs," said Alberta second David Aho. "We still hold our destiny in our own hands. We just have to come out with two good games and well be right where we want to be. "But were where we want to be right now." Alberta (7-3) will take on New Brunswicks Rene Comeau (7-3) in Sundays semifinal at Queens Place Emera Centre. The winner will meet Manitobas Braden Calvert (9-1) in the gold-medal game later in the day. New Brunswick finished off its round-robin schedule with a 4-3 loss to Ontarios Ryan McCrady (6-4). In the other mens game, Nova Scotias Robert Mayhew (6-4) picked up a 6-3 win over Saskatchewans Tyler Hartung (6-4). In the afternoon draw, the Yukons Joe Wallingham (5-4) toppled Nunavuts Jamie Airut (0-9) by a score of 11-3, and P.E.I.s Kyle Holland (3-6) stole points in the final four ends for a 9-8 win over Quebecs Adam Freilich (3-6). In womens pllay, Nova Scotias Mary Fay (8-2) locked up a semifinal berth with a 9-5 triumph over Quebecs Camille Boisvert (3-7). Wholesale Jerseys. Nova Scotia will play B.C.s Kalia Van Osch (8-2) in the semifinal with the winner will move on to Saturdays gold-medal game against Albertas Kelsey Rocque (9-1). In the other early womens game, Ontarios Molly Greenwood (7-3) earned a 10-5 victory over Saskatchewans Kristen Streifel (4-6). An afternoon draw was scheduled for later Friday. In the later draw, the Yukons Sarah Koltun (5-4) finished with a 10-5 win over Newfoundland and Labradors Sarah Hill (2-7). Koltun now turns her focus to next months Canadian womens curling championship. She will represent the Yukon at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Montreal. In other scores from the womens afternoon draw, Northern Ontarios Krysta Burns (4-5) cruised to a 10-4 win over Nunavuts Sadie Pinksen (0-9), and P.E.I.s Veronica Smith (5-4) earned an 8-4 victory over Northwest Territories Carina McKay-Saturnino (2-7). The mens and womens champions will represent Canada at the world junior championships next month in Flims, Switzerland. ' ' '

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