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cond quarter, though some still stood and clapped. ... James go

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cond quarter, though some still stood and clapped. ... James go
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WINNIPEG -- Carey Price didnt want to hear praise after his first shutout of the season. Too bad, because there was plenty to go around from his teammates. Price made 36 saves as Montreal beat the Winnipeg Jets 3-0 on Tuesday. Canadiens captain Brian Gionta said the win only happened because of their goaltender. "We had a great start, but the second and third (periods) we kind of laid back a little too much," said Gionta, who played his 700th career game after he missed the last game to attend to family matters in Montreal. "They adjusted to us and kind of took it to us and we relied on Carey the last two periods, and Carey basically won that game for us." Brandon Prust, P.K. Subban and Daniel Briere, with an empty-netter on the power play, scored for Montreal (4-2-0), which extended its winning streak to three games and ended a four-game road trip. "The last couple games, (Price has) been our best player," winger Rene Bourque said. "We need him to do that. Its great to see." The victory marked Prices 20th career shutout. "Im not going to take all the credit for our wins," said Price. "Weve had a lot of sacrifices along the way. Different guys step up to the plate at different times, at different points during each of these four games. "We definitely put out a great effort tonight." Ondrej Pavelec faced 25 shots for the Jets (3-4-0), who were playing their third game of a six-game homestand. They host St. Louis on Friday. With a number of fans wearing Habs jerseys in the stands at MTS Centre, the visitors quickly opened the scoring. A Briere shot off the boards led to Prusts goal, as the puck bounced to him at the corner of the net and he poked it in behind Pavelec to make it 1-0 at 2:06. It took the Jets just under seven minutes to get their first shot on goal, a span that included their own power play, as the Habs kept most of the action in Winnipegs end. "We couldnt generate a whole lot," Winnipeg coach Claude Noel said. "We got some shots on net, they blocked a lot of shots. We didnt get enough through. We didnt get enough traffic and we struggled." Winnipeg killed off a penalty, but about a minute later Subban blasted a one-timer past Pavelec at 11:28, his eighth point in six games. The shots on goal at that point were 7-1 for Montreal. The Jets finally turned it on during another power play, boosting their shots on goal to close Montreals advantage to 10-8 at the end of the first period. Canadiens forward Max Pacioretty fell to the ice during the first period after getting tangled between a couple of Jets players on the way to the net. He didnt put any weight on his left leg as he was helped off the ice and didnt return. The Jets kept pace with the Habs in the scoreless second period and took the lead in shots on goal 21-19, but Noel said the numbers can be deceiving. "When you look at the scoring chances for our team, (Price) saw a lot of pucks," he said. "He was able to get it stopped quickly, just clear shots to the net. So either were not getting there or were not getting shots through." Despite quickly starting the third period shorthanded, Winnipeg had some early scoring chances, including two by captain Andrew Ladd, although on one he bobbled the puck. Noel kept the same lines he did in Sundays 3-0 win over New Jersey, which saw Ladd move from the top line to the second one with rookie centre rookie Mark Scheifele and Michael Frolik. Evander Kane was on the top line with centre Bryan Little and right-winger Blake Wheeler, whom Noel said is trying, but not playing very well. Winnipeg went on the power play with seven minutes left in the game after Briere was called for hooking, but Price made one save and Ryan White blocked the other shot. With Pavelec pulled and the Jets shorthanded because of a Little cross-checking penalty, Briere scored his first of the season at 18:42. "Its unfortunate that it takes two goals to get a little desperation in our game," Jets captain Andrew Ladd said. "Youve got a find a way to get going right off the hop. I mean theres enough energy in this building to do that and to start the game with the right intentions." Notes -- The Canadiens return to Montreal for a five-game homestand. ... Habs defenceman Josh Gorges played in his 500th game and assisted on Subbans goal. nike roshe run baratas . Then the Pacers gave Oladipo and his Orlando teammates the cold shoulder. Paul Georges buzzer-beating 3-pointer at the end of the third quarter spurred a 21-4 run, finally sending Indiana past the Magic 97-87 in a tougher-than-expected opening night matchup. ... Air Max 90 Ice Baratas . PETERSBURG, Fla. http://www.airmaxbaratasespana.es/ .com) - The Montreal Canadiens embark on their first road trip of the season as they head out west to battle the Calgary Flames on Wednesday night. Nike Air Max 90 Baratas . Barcelona also left injured defenders Carles Puyol, Javier Mascherano and Jordi Alba out of its squad for the trip to Glasgow. That means that Marc Bartra will probably start again in the centre of the defence alongside Gerard Pique. . -- Nathan Pancel scored twice as the Sudbury Wolves defeated the North Bay Battalion 4-2 on Saturday in Ontario Hockey League action.MIAMI -- Their big early lead was gone, the Miami Heat were trailing with 3 minutes remaining and the two-time defending champions seemed very much in trouble. They didnt let Boston score again. Thats how to snap a defensive slump. LeBron James scored 11 of his 29 points in the fourth quarter, Chris Bosh added 16 and the Heat beat the Celtics 93-86 on Tuesday night -- finishing the game on a 9-0 run after trailing 86-84 with 3:08 left. "Its difficult doing what we do," Bosh said. "But thats why were the champs, to do the difficult thing again and get the job done. Tonight was a good start. We just have to build off of it." Chris Andersen scored 13 points and made all five of his shots for Miami, which had given up at least 100 points in four of its last six games. The Heat are 25-1 when allowing less than 100 points; 5-11 otherwise. Brandon Bass scored 15 points, Kris Humphries had 14 points and 13 rebounds, and Jeff Green had 12 points for the Celtics, who enjoyed a 46-33 edge in rebounds but shot only 39 per cent. And when it was over, Celtics coach Brad Stevens had a simple assessment of the final 3 minutes. "LeBron James happened," Stevens said. James made seven free throws in the final 2:33, the only other points down the stretch coming on a jumper by Ray Allen that put the Heat up for good. James did the rest, while the Celtics missed their final four shots. Rajon Rondo, still coming around after returning from knee surgery, missed all eight of his shots, plus a pair of free throws with the Celtics down four with 44.4 seconds remaining. Avery Bradley, the Celtics other starting guard, was lost in the second quarter with a sprained right ankle. "LeBron got a bunch of calls down the stretch," Bass said. "We expect that. We just wished we could have kept him off the line." The Celtics rallied from a 10-point deficit to win 111-110 in their first trip to Miami this season. They seemed poised for a bigger comeback this time, steadily chipping away at a big Miami lead by getting it down to 11 by halftime, then four entering the fourth. And a dunk by Humphries with 3:08 left -- about a half minute after JJames tried a reverse dunk that rimmed out -- put the Celtics on top for the first time since the opening minutes.dddddddddddd Thus ended Bostons offence for the evening. "Its the only way were going to be able to win games, if we defend," James said. As if playing without Dwyane Wade isnt difficult enough for Miami -- he was out for the 12th time this season -- the Heat found themselves facing a sticky situation at his position just 71 seconds after tip-off. Allen, who started in Wades spot, was called for two fouls in a span of 11 seconds. But the Heat rolled the dice and left him in until 4.3 seconds remained in the opening quarter, a move that paid off two ways. One, Allen didnt get in any deeper foul trouble. Two, Michael Beasley made those 4.3 ticks on the clock count. Without even time to work up a droplet of sweat, Beasley banked in a 35-footer at the horn of the first quarter to give Miami a 29-15 edge. And another beat-the-clock 3 -- this one by Bosh, with 2.0 seconds left and somewhat less dramatic than Beasleys -- put Miami up 51-40 at intermission. Boston used a 13-2 run to get to 42-35 late in the second. Thats when Greg Oden made his first home-court impact with the Heat. Oden -- playing in Miami for the first time since Nov. 12, 2008 -- blocked a dunk attempt by Green, then after a timeout had a follow slam of a miss by James to help snuff out the Boston rally. The Celtics just kept coming back. The Heat, though, had the final answer. "Erik sits over there and its been a long stretch for them, a hard stretch for them," Stevens said of Spoelstra. "Im sure the last 5 minutes he feels really good about what he can build on moving forward because that teams really good and they didnt even have Wade." NOTES: The Heat are 24-6 when Wade plays, 6-6 when he doesnt. ... Former Heat C Joel Anthony, who was traded to Boston last week, got a video tribute on the scoreboard and a standing ovation during the first quarter. The ovation was slightly less robust when he hit a jumper in the second quarter, though some still stood and clapped. ... James got his trophy for being Eastern Conference player of the month for December at halftime. 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