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NEWARK, N. Salomon Baratas Chinas Online .J. - Vladimir Tarasenko is on one of those streaks where any time the St. Louis Blues forward is on the ice, the puck seems to find him in scoring position.After being stopped on a first-period breakaway and hitting a goal post in the second, Tarasenko scored a power-play goal early in the third period and the Blues extended their winning streak to six games with a 1-0 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday night.Vladdy is on a hot streak right now and hes proving to everyone how good of a player he can be, said Blues goaltender Jake Allen, who stopped 26 shots in earning his second straight shutout and ending the Devils two-game winning streak. He is definitely leading this team right now.The NHLs No. 1 star last week, Tarasenko has seven goals in last five games and the deciding tally for two straight games. He netted the clinching shootout goal against the New York Rangers on Monday.He came through for us, St. Louis coach Ken Hitchcock said. I know he felt badly that he missed those chances early on, but he stuck with it and got the goal. Thats a goal scorers goal.His blast from the right circle at 4:55 was the difference against the Devils. Tarasenko netted his eighth goal of the season just 17 seconds after Devils defenceman Marek Zidlicky was whistled for holding Alexander Steen in the crease.Steen barely kept the puck in the New Jersey zone after the faceoff, and then Tarasenko and Jori Lehtera exchanged a couple of passes before the Russian ripped a shot past Cory Schneider, the only one of 23 he didnt stop.Its a save Id like to make for sure, said Schneider, adding the shot beat him on the short side.Devils coach Pete DeBoer wasnt surprised Tarasenko got the goal. He had three shots in the game and five overall, with two just missing the net.I looked at the goal and thats probably the hottest guy in the league, DeBoer said. He makes a good play. He has a knack for it and he is on fire lately.The Blues winning streak is one shy of the NHL-high of seven this season set by Anaheim.Allen, who shut out Anaheim 2-0 in his last start on Oct. 30, had two good stops on Travis Zajac and one on Adam Henrique in the second period. He got his glove on Michael Ryders shot drive in the first, with the puck landing on top of the net.It just fluttered and landed on top, said Ryder, who led the Devils with seven shots.Allen smiled about the save.I got my feet tangled up, but I managed to get my glove on it, he said.The Devils came into the game with the NHLs third-best power play, converting at 26.3 per cent, but they went 0-for-3.The Blues also had three chances, and converted the one they needed. The also saw defenceman Ian Cole hit a goal post in the first period.Its not easy to win like this on the road, said Blues forward Jaden Schwartz, who had the secondary assist on the goal. Our goal was to come in here and get the points and we did that. You never think one goal is going to win it, but getting the first goal was huge and gave us a lot of confidence.NOTES: The Blues played without C Paul Stastny (shoulder) and RW T.J. Oshie (concussion). Stastny has missed eight straight, and Oshie has sat out four. ... Devils D Jon Merrill was out with an undisclosed injury. ... The Blues and Devils will play again on Thursday in St. Louis. ... Devils LW Mike Cammalleri (jaw) missed his fourth straight game. ... New Jerseys Jaromir Jagr played in his 1,485th NHL game, moving him into sole possession of 18th place on the career list, one ahead of Rod BrindAmour. Comprar Salomon Baratas .J. - Percy Harvin is ready to go, and theres no question in his mind hell be playing Sunday. Salomon Baratas España .com) - Bradley Beals 22 points and seven rebounds helped the Washington Wizards erase a halftime deficit and top the Utah Jazz, 93-84, on Sunday. http://www.baratassalomon.es/ . Appearing on TSN 1050 on Tuesday, Sean McAdam of Comcast SportsNet New England reported that the Blue Jays, along with a number of other playoff contenders were in the mix for the Boston ace.England are through to Sundays ICC World Twenty20 final - but can they match Paul Collingwoods class of 2010 and finish off the job? Thats one of the questions we posed to James Anderson, Kumar Sangakkara and Mike Atherton ahead of the game - which you can watch live on Sky Sports 2 from 1.30pm.Click on the podcast below to hear the guys thoughts on where the match might be won or lost on what is bound to be a fantastic occasion in Kolkata. Sky Sports Cricket Podcast - 1st April Who are the favourites? Athers explains why he is expecting a very different type of game from when the teams met earlier in the competition - which is great news for England, who were pummelled in Mumbai!Key battles - Kumar looks at where the final could be won and lost and compares how each sides bowling attack, in particular the spinners, stack up. Do West Indies really have the edge in the batting department?How do you get Gayle out? Jimmy examines the success that Rabada and Bumrah have had against the giant left-hander - and says that Englands attack, which has improved throughout the tournament, will learn from their Mumbai mauling.Forget Gayle. What about Roy? Find out why Athers reckonns England are coming to the boil at the right time, which is pretty much perfect in tournament cricket! Its not just about Roy, though, as Root, Buttler and co have already proven…Englands turnaround - find out why Kumar thinks England - who he wouldnt have picked at the start of the tournament to reach the final - have enjoyed such a change in their fortunes by changing the culture around the team. Salomon Baratas Chinas. .On top of all this, Rob Key catches up with Paul Farbrace to get an insight into the mood in the England camp ahead of the final, while Nasser Hussain shares his thoughts on how England can build in their impressive semi-final performanceClick here to download the latest Sky Cricket Podcast, stream it here or listen via the audioBoom link above. Watch the 2016 ICC World Twenty20 Final between England and West Indies live on Sky Sports 2 this Sunday from 1.30pm. Before then see if West Indies Women can overcome Australia Women in the Womens World Twenty20 Final, live on Sky Sports 2 on Sunday from 10am. Also See: Colly: How we won in 2010 Englands road to final Verdict on England Live on Sky ' ' '
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