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en, who has 64 receptions for 747 yards and four touchdown
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He saved Nestrasils initial shot, but spilled the rebound to Callahan, who shifted past him and slotted the puck over the line. Tokarski replaced Mayer after the fifth goal but had little luck as he was beaten by the first shot he faced. A dazed Bulldogs team fell back in the face of another Griffin rush, and Pulkkinen fired a slap shot past Tokarski as he crossed the top of the right circle to make it 6-0 at 12:05. Andrighetto ended Mrazeks shutout bid with 54 seconds to play in the third period, firing a slap shot from the blue line that beat the goaltender over the near shoulder. The Bulldogs enjoyed a bright start to Fridays game, but that momentum was reversed when Emmerton struck to open the scoring for the Griffins at 8:05 of the first period. Alexey Marchenkos initial pass from the point was deflected into the air, but Emmerton successfully gloved the puck and dropped it to his stick before turning and firing a slap shot from the high slot. 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Smith sprained his left knee during Carolinas 17-13 win over New Orleans last Sunday. The win assured the Panthers a playoff spot, but this weeks game looms even larger. Carolina (11-4) can wrap up the NFC South division title and a first-round bye by beating the Falcons. "Steve has actually improved a lot," Rivera said. "In Steves way he basically said if I had to I would play this weekend. He probably couldnt, but he would try." Rivera, however, said the team doesnt want to risk losing Smith for the playoffs. "Not a chance," Rivera said. "Its about going forward. This game is very important and we know it. But there are other things ahead, too." Rivera said if the Panthers dont win the NFC South and secure a first-round bye, he expects Smith would be ready to play next Sunday in the wild-card round of the playoffs. Smith leads the team with 67 receptions for 774 yards and five touchdowns. Ted Ginn Jr. is expected to start at wide receiver for Smith, but Domenik Hixon will see increased action. Falcons coach Mike SSmith acknowledged earlier in the week his team will probably alter how it defends the Panthers if Smith doesnt play.dddddddddddd "Steve Smith is one of the most competitive, not just wide receivers, football players that Ive been fortunate enough or, weve been fortunate enough, to compete against," Smith said. "He brings a lot of energy. He brings a lot of passion to the way he plays the game. You do defend a little bit differently when Steve Smith is in the game based on where hes aligned and what the down and distance is, because to me hes one of the marquis wide receivers still in the NFL." Rivera said hes interested to see what Brandon LaFell will do as Carolinas primary wide receiver. LaFell is third on the team in receptions with 49 for 627 yards and five touchdowns. 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