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(SportsNetwork. Kevin Rimane Paris Saint-Germain Jersey .com) - The Vancouver Canucks look to push their winning streak to three games in a row on Saturday night as they visit the Los Angeles Kings and Staples Center. The Canucks are coming off road victories against Colorado and San Jose, topping the Sharks 3-2 on Thursday. Ryan Miller starred with 34 saves to keep Vancouver in the game despite the club getting outshot 15-8 in the first period and 36-19 for the game. There was one shot that got by Miller that didnt count. San Joses Joe Thornton banked a shot off the netminder and in to seemingly force overtime, but the puck didnt cross the goal line until time had already expired. I knew time was going to expire, I was out of position, said Miller. I was hopeful the horn had gone. Radim Vrbata, Alexander Edler and Nick Bonino all scored the Canucks, who have won six of their last seven games overall. Alexandre Burrows added an assist in his return to the lineup after serving a three-game suspension for an illegal hit versus Montreal on Oct. 30. We came in and played two of our worst periods of the year, Bonino said. Miller was why we won. The Canucks may not be able to afford too many poor periods tonight. They lost four of five to the Kings a season ago and have been outscored 9-2 over a three-game skid in Los Angeles. Miller is 5-1-1 with a 2.30 goals against average and .935 save percentage in his career versus the Kings. It is unknown if he will start tonight as the Canucks also will visit the Ducks on Sunday. However, backup Eddie Lack has lost all three of his decisions this season and is 1-1-0 with a 1.23 GAA and .950 save percentage in three games against the Kings, with two starts. Los Angeles looks to rebound from a 2-1 shootout loss to the New York Islanders on Thursday that snapped the clubs six-game home winning streak. It also dropped the Kings to 1-3-2 in its past six overall. Dwight King deflected a Mike Richards shot into the net just 3:49 into the game, but that was the last goal Los Angeles would score. Anze Kopitar and Jeff Carter were stopped in the shootout and Jonathan Quick was beaten by New Yorks Kyle Okposo and Frans Nielsen after making 25 saves through overtime. We had good looks, but we missed the net two or three times, Kings head coach Darryl Sutter said of the final 20 minutes of regulation. Defenseman Jake Muzzin picked up an assist on Kings goal for his first point of the season. Forward Justin Williams did not play after getting hit by a stick near his eye on Tuesday and is day-to-day. Quick is just 9-11-1 in his career versus the Canucks despite a solid 1.84 GAA and .932 save percentage in the 21 matchups. Thiago Silva Paris Saint-Germain Jersey . There are surprises among the Vezina candidates, but most of the others are standard top-tier performers, even if the two Hart Trophy runners-ups have never been quite as good as they have been through the first half of the season. Lassana Diarra Paris Saint-Germain Jersey . Though the 26-year-old said he was able to participate, coach Dwane Casey kept Johnson out as a precaution. . Juventus announced details of the deal Saturday, saying that Morata signed a five-year contract with the club. The deal also includes an option for Madrid to buy Morata back for up to (euro)30 million ($40.Jesse Lingard fired Manchester United to FA Cup glory with an extra-time winner against Crystal Palace on Saturday. Juan Mata had cancelled out Jason Puncheons opener and, despite United having Chris Smalling sent off for a second bookable offence, Lingard produced a fine volley to clinch the silverware.Here, we round up the talking points from the FA Cup final… Van Gaal delivers silverwareThe manager of Manchester United and the fans of Manchester United can be proud, Louis van Gaal said in his post-match press conference. The Dutchman was quick to point out this is now the fourth major domestic cup hes won across Europe - he has also lifted the equivalent trophies in Germany, Spain and the Netherlands - and Saturdays success was a timely boost after United missed out on Champions League qualification in the Premier League. Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal lifts the FA Cup News Jose Mourinhos agent Jorge Mendes will be flying to Manchester early next week to negotiate a deal for the Portuguese manager to take over as United boss broke just as Van Gaal entered his press conference but he was in no mood to discuss his future, instead eager to celebrate his trophy success.This is Uniteds first FA Cup in 12 years and the first major silverware won since Sir Alex Fergusons departure. After a frustrating campaign which saw the club fall short in the Premier League, Champions League, Europa League and Capital One Cup it is also an important moment for under-fire Van Gaal. It may not be enough to save his job but it does provide him with reward for his efforts. Jose Mourinho is set to replace Louis van Gaal at Manchester United, according to Sky sources Lingard the heroStep off the bench and score a stunning volley in extra time to win the FA Cup at Wembley - Manchester United academy graduate Jesse Lingard lived out his boyhood dream on Saturday. And what a volley it was.The ball fell kindly for the 23-year-old but he met it crisply with his right foot and rifled it into the top corner with just 10 minutes of extra time remaining. Lingard volleyed home for Manchester United in extra time It was a very even game with nothing to choose between the sides. But United got a fantastic goal from Lingard - a goal worthy of any cup final, Tony Cascarino told Sky Sports News HQ.It was Lingards first goal in 18 games for Manchester United. He may have been overlooked by Roy Hodgson for Englands Euro 2016 plans, but expect the Warrington winger to produce more headline-grabbing moments in 2016/17.Rashford injury Marcus Rashford injured his knee in the FA Cup final Less than three months after his Manchester United debut, Marcus Rashford was looking at home on the FA Cup final stage, stretching the Crystal Palace defence with his runs in behind and providing a focal point for the United attack. Moussa Sissako Paris Saint-Germain Jersey. However, 68 minutes in, Rashford was floored by a challenge from Wilfried Zaha, caught on the knee by Yohan Cabaye and forced out of the game.The full extent of Rashfords injury remains to be seen - he was able to celebrate with his team-mates after the final whistle - but it would be a blow to both the player and England manager Roy Hodgson should the 18-year-old be sidelined.Rashford had been called into Englands pre-Euro 2016 squad and would have had the chance to try to force his way into Hodgsons tournament plans. Hopefully hes OK, said Cascarino. He did very well before he got injured, made some great flicks and produced some great play from someone so young.De Gea shows his importance David de Gea dives at the feet of Wilfried Zaha Lingard may take the headlines but David de Gea once again underlined his importance to Manchester United with an impressive cup final display. The Spaniard was forced into five saves, denying Mile Jedinak and Yannick Bolasie by tipping the ball around the woodwork and diving at the feet of Wilfried Zaha deep into extra-time.De Gea had little chance with Puncheons powerfully hit goal from close range and Cascarino says he was one of the keys to Uniteds victory. If you are going to win things you need a top goalkeeper - and hes certainly that, said the former striker. He made two or three vital saves.Crowned Manchester Uniteds Player of the Year for a record third successive season this month, De Gea was on the brink of joining Real Madrid last summer before signing a new four-year deal. Sky Sports Spanish football expert Guillem Balague expects the La Liga giants to make another move for the shot-stopper this summer. United, though, would rue losing such a major asset to their team. Decisions against Palace Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew speaks with FA Cup final referee Mark Clattenburg For Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew it was a third FA Cup final defeat. The former Eagles midfielder was on the losing side of the 1990 showpiece to United as a player and, after seeing his West Ham team beaten on penalties by a Steven Gerrard-inspired Liverpool in 2006, this reverse to Louis van Gaals side completes an unwanted treble.However, Saturdays match may have panned out differently for Palace had a couple of key refereeing decisions gone their way - as Pardew highlighted after the game.Referee Mark Clattenburg awarded Connor Wickham a free-kick when Chris Smalling brought him down in the first-half - but the Palace striker, who was first to his feet and fired into the net, would have benefited from advantage being played. The ref then waved away appeals for a penalty when Zaha went down in the box in extra-time. Chris Smalling brings down Palaces Connor Wickham I was really disappointed with the Connor decision because you could see he was going to get up first and the advantage was really with us, Pardew said.He actually had a free pass to Zaha for a tap-in but he scored anyway. So to be pulled back was really harsh. I also think Wayne Rooneys tackle on Wilf was a penalty.Clattenburg did award Smalling a yellow card for his challenge on Wickham and the United defender picked up a second for dragging Bolasie to the ground in extra time. However, Palace were unable to make their numerical advantage count in the final 15 minutes. Also See: Crystal Palace 1-2 Man Utd - Match report Mourinho to replace LVG ' ' '

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