PITTSBURGH, Pa. - Derrick Pouliot scored in his NHL debut and Sidney Crosby ended his drought with a third-period goal for the Pittsburgh Penguins in their 3-1 victory over the Florida Panthers on Saturday night.Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 45 shots for his fifth win in six games and 19th overall.Pouliot, a prized prospect on defence, scored the eventual game-winner in the first period after he was recalled on Saturday. Nick Spaling netted his fifth for the Penguins, who won a season-high fifth straight game at home.Pittsburgh has defeated Florida in 12 of the last 14 meetings at home and 21 of 29 overall.Pittsburgh native Vincent Trocheck, a healthy scratch the previous two games, scored his third of the season for the Panthers, who went to overtime in their previous four games.Crosby scored his 10th goal of the season and first in nine games. Crosby, who missed three games with the mumps, remains among the league leaders in scoring despite recording just three points in his last seven games.KINGS 4, COYOTES 2LOS ANGELES (AP) — Kings defenceman Alec Martinez scored the go-ahead goal early in the third period during a power play, Marian Gaborik also connected with the man advantage for his sixth goal in four games, and Los Angeles beat Arizona.Jeff Carter and Trevor Lewis also scored and Jonathan Quick made 15 saves for the defending Stanley Cup champions on the third anniversary of the day Darryl Sutter was hired as coach. Anze Kopitar, who set a career high for points with a goal and four assists Thursday night in a 6-4 win over St. Louis, had three assists against the Coyotes.Martin Hanzal and Kyle Chipchura scored for Arizona, and Devan Dubnyk stopped 31 shots.ISLANDERS 3, LIGHTNING 1UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) — John Tavares and Anders Lee scored 12 seconds apart in the third period, and New York stunned Tampa Bay with a late comeback.Shut down nearly all night by first-year goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy, the Islanders stormed back in the closing minutes after falling behind 1-0 on Brett Connollys goal 9:16 into the third.Tavares tied it with 3:09 remaining, scoring from the slot while being knocked to the ice, and Lee put New York in front when he deflected in Travis Hamonics shot. Nikolay Kulemin sealed it with 1:11 left on an empty-net goal.Jaroslav Halak made 20 saves for the Islanders, who have won four straight.With No. 1 goalie Ben Bishop out for the third straight game, Vasilevskiy stopped 45 shots in his second NHL appearance. Tampa Bay is 2-5-1 in its past eight games.BLUE JACKETS 3, BLACKHAWKS 2, SOCOLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Jack Johnson scored the winner in the ninth round of a shootout and Sergei Bobrovsky stopped 39 shots in regulation and eight in the tiebreaker to give Columbus a victory over Chicago.Johnson faked a forehand and then jammed in a backhand before Bobrovsky clinched the win by blocking Bryan Bickells low attempt.It was the sixth game in a row to go past regulation for the Blue Jackets, who have a nine-game point streak (8-0-1).Jack Skille and Kevin Connauton scored goals for Columbus. Patrick Sharp and Ben Smith tallied for the Blackhawks, and Corey Crawford made 17 saves.The Blue Jackets ended a 13-game losing streak (0-10-3) to the Blackhawks.AVALANCHE 5, SABRES 1BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Alex Tanguay scored twice and Calvin Pickard made 28 saves as Colorado beat Buffalo.The Avalanche also got goals from Cody McLeod, John Mitchell and Erik Johnson in ending a two-game skid.Last-minute call-up Johan Larsson scored his first NHL goal for the Sabres, who had won six straight home games.Colorado has won its last eight against Buffalo dating to 2005.CAPITALS 4, DEVILS 0NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Braden Holtby made 21 saves, Nicklas Backstrom had two goals and an assist and Washington rolled past New Jersey.Alex Ovechkin added a spectacular unassisted goal and defenceman Mike Green also scored as the Capitals extended their point streak to eight games (6-0-2).The shutout was the second of the season for Holtby, who has started every game in the Capitals current run. He is now 11-3-3 in his last 17 starts.Cory Schneider had 17 saves for the Devils, who again failed to win consecutive games for the first time since the middle of last month. New Jersey is now 3-8-4 in its last 15 games.RANGERS 3, HURRICANES 2, SORALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Mats Zuccarrello scored in the shootout to lift New York to its fifth straight win.Henrik Lundqvist made 18 saves before stopping all three Carolina shooters in the tiebreaker.Kevin Kline tied it with 2:23 remaining and J.T. Miller also scored in the third period for the Rangers, who have earned at least one point in nine straight games against Metropolitan Division opponents.Jeff Skinner and Chris Terry scored for Carolina, and Cam Ward made 32 saves.Zuccarrello beat Ward with a wrist shot for the only goal of the shootout. Lundqvist stopped Skinner and Nathan Gerbe before gloving Terrys backhand to end it.FLYERS 7, MAPLE LEAFS 4TORONTO (AP) — Claude Giroux had two goals and two assists, Jakub Voracek added four assists to take the NHL scoring lead and Philadelphia handed Toronto its second straight loss after a six-game win streak.Voracek has 14 goals and 28 assists for 42 points in 32 games.R.J. Umberger, Sean Couturier, Nicklas Grossman, Scott Laughton and Michael Raffl also scored for the Flyers, and Ray Emery made 21 saves.Joffrey Lupul, James van Riemsdyk, David Clarkson and Peter Holland scored for Toronto. Jonathan Bernier stopped 34 shots, and James Riemer made one save on one shot in 10:28 of relief.CANADIENS 4, SENATORS 1MONTREAL (AP) — Brendan Gallagher scored the tiebreaking goal in the second period and Carey Price stopped 24 shots to lead Montreal.Brandon Prust, Tomas Plekanec and Alex Galchenyuk also scored for the Canadiens, who completed a 4-1-0 homestand.Erik Condra scored for Ottawa and Robin Lehner stopped 25 shots. The Senators, coming off a 6-2 win at home over Anaheim on Friday night, dropped to 3-2-1 since Dave Cameron replaced Paul MacLean as head coach.Gallagher got the go-ahead goal at 7:30 of the second as he finished off a 3-on-2 rush by shooting the puck into the open side of the net. Plekanec and Galchenyuk scored 44 seconds apart late in the third to seal the win.PREDATORS 6, WILD 5, OTST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Mattias Ekholm scored his first goal of the season 1:45 into overtime, lifting Pekka Rinne and Nashville over Minnesota.Rinne made 22 saves for his NHL-leading 21st win.Ekholm circled from behind the net and flipped a pretty wrist shot past Niklas Backstrom. The nice move silenced the crowd, which was cheering moments earlier when Thomas Vanek scored with 48 seconds left in the third period to send the game to overtime.Predators rookie Filip Forsberg scored his 13th goal to put Nashville in front 1:48 into the third, and Roman Josi made it 5-3 less than eight minutes later. Craig Smith, Matt Cullen and Calle Jarnkrok also scored for the Predators.Zach Parise had two goals for Minnesota, and Backstrom finished with 27 saves after replacing starter Darcy Kuemper, who had a rough first night back after missing a game with an illness. Kuemper allowed three first-period goals on 14 shots and was pulled for the third time in his last four home starts.SHARKS 3, BLUES 2, OTSAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Brent Burns scored a power-play goal 4:22 into overtime, and San Jose rallied past St. Louis for its season-best fifth straight victory.Marc-Edouard Vlasic scored with 21 seconds remaining in regulation to tie the game for the Sharks. Joe Thornton dug the puck out of the corner before delivering the pass.Steve Ott scored his first goal in 10 months late in the second period to put the Blues ahead. Patrick Berglund also scored for St. Louis.Andrew Desjardins had a goal for the Sharks, and Antti Niemi made 18 saves.CANUCKS 3, FLAMES 2, OTVANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — Chris Tanev scored 18 seconds into overtime and Vancouver defeated skidding Calgary to snap a five-game losing streak.Radim Vrbata and Yannick Weber scored in regulation for the Canucks. 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Elfrid Payton Jersey . -- Craig Anderson has quite a record against his former team, the Florida Panthers. Marreese Speights Jersey . The veteran NFL receiver received his work permit and is in Montreal for the start of the Alouettes rookie camp. Johnson even took in the Montreal Canadiens Game 5 win over the New York Rangers at the Bell Centre Tuesday night. HAMILTON, Ont. -- Zach Collaros and the Hamilton defence made the Tiger-Cats debut at Tim Hortons Field a victorious one. Collaros threw for 317 yards and a TD in his first game against his former team while a stingy Hamilton defence held Toronto to just 146 net yards as the Ticats edged the Argonauts 13-12 before an energetic Labour Day Monday gathering of 18,135. "I cant say enough about the fans," Collaros said. "They really carried us through that whole game and I think it helped us. "Anytime you can shut down a Hall of Fame quarterback like Ricky Ray holding him to 12 points and they play defence like that, we better win the game. We did just enough to do so." Collaros finished 27-of-38 passing against Toronto, the team he spent two seasons backing up Ray before signing with Hamilton this off-season as a free agent. The game was also Collaross first since suffering a concussion July 4 against Edmonton. Toronto (3-7) suffered its third straight loss yet remains atop the East Division. However Hamilton (2-6) and Montreal (2-7) are tied for second with Ottawa (1-8) just four points back. Although Hamiltons offence 22 first downs and 364 total yards, it was also its own worst enemy with untimely penalties and the inability to finish drives. Hamilton was flagged 17 times for 111 yards and receiver Bakari Grant and running back Moissis Madu both dropped first-half TD passes. Fortunately, Hamiltons defence was stellar, holding Toronto to just nine first downs. Ray finished 16-of-29 passing for 142 yards and became the youngest player in CFL history to reach 50,000 career passing yards, but didnt achieve the milestone until connecting with Jason Barnes on a 37-yard completion in the fourth quarter. Still, Toronto had two late shots to pull out the win. The offence took the ball at its 32-yard line after recovering Madus fumble with 32 seconds remaining but the Ticats tackled Mike Bradwell on the games final play to preserve the win. And earlier in the fourth, backup Jeremiah Masoli fumbled at the Toronto one-yard line, which Jamie Robinson recovered and lateralled to Vincent Agnew to give the Argos the ball at their 20-yard line. "Its about time we had something good happen to these men in this room and how hard they practised and played and prepared," said Ticats head coach/GM Kent Austin. "That being said, we dropped two touchdown passes, we fumbled on the one-yard line. "Thank goodness the defence played so well. They gave us an opportunity to win." Tim Hortons Field was impressive despite sections still remaining a construction zone as work continues there. As a result, the seating capacity for Mondays game was about 18,000 -- which included Canadian John Saunders and Chris Berman of ESPN-- roughly 6,000 short of capacity once the facility is finally completed. And that didnt take away from the party-like atmosphere as fans began their traditional "Argos Suck" chant shortly after the visitors came to the field, then broke out into a loud rendition of "Oskie Wee Wee," after Hamiltons Frederic Plesius recovered Trent Guys fumble on the opening kickoff to set up Justin Medlocks 29-yard field goal just 1:25 into the contest. Torontos issues were turnovers as twice they lost fumbles on special teams as well as a Ray interception. Swazye Waters was the clubs most potent weapon, averaging 53.5 yards on 13 punts. "Its very disappointing,," said Argos head coach Scott Milanovich.dddddddddddd "To waste such a good effort by our defence and the way they stood up and forced that turnover at the one-yard line to give us a chance and we couldnt take advantage of it. "Its a tough one to take. Its turnovers again. Thats the name of the game and weve got to find a way to hold on to the football." Toronto is off till Sept, 13 when it visits the Calgary Stampeders. The expectation is injured slotbacks Chad Owens and Andre Durie -- two key figures in the Argos offensive attack -- will both be back. "Im looking forward to getting Chad and Dre (Durie) back and getting back to work," Milanovich said. "They (Argos players) believe this will turn around for them and if you cant dream its not going to happen. "Give them credit, they were great on defence but I felt like we think we let one slip away. We had this game for the taking . . . nothing will take away from the fact we couldnt get a field goal in the fourth quarter to win the game." Ray said theres a simply solution to cure Torontos woes: Play better. "You cant feel sorry or wait for something good to happen," he said. "Were just not playing good enough to win right now. "Offensively thats sustaining drives and were not staying out there and putting good drives together. We turned the football over which hurt us. Weve just got to get back to playing good football, thats the bottom line." Hamilton improved to 27-13-1 all-time on Labour Day versus Toronto as both teams donned their signature third jerseys -- white and powder blue for Toronto, black with gold numbers for Hamilton. The second half featured precious little offence as Medlocks conceded safety at 2:34 of the third accounted for all the scoring. Grant had Hamiltons touchdown. Medlock had two field goals and a convert. Guy scored Torontos touchdown. Waters added the convert and single, with the other points coming on two safeties. Rays 20-yard TD strike to Guy at 14:38 cut Hamiltons half-time lead to 13-10, a score that flattered the Argos given they had just 89 total yards offensively the entire first half, 98 of which came on the Guy touchdown march. The Ticats did their part with two crucial penalties on the drive and were flagged 13 times for 87 yards in the first half alone. Waters was Torontos first-half star with an 80-yard punt single and twice putting Hamilton on its one-yard line with booming boots. Hamilton dominated play in the opening quarter, starting with Plesius fumble recovery on the opening kickoff then when Collaros hit Grant on a nine-yard TD strike at 7:06 to put the Ticats ahead 10-1. The Tim Hortons Field faithful celebrated the first-ever touchdown at the stadium by throwing the promotional mini footballs they received prior to the contest on to the field. Ray was 7-of-16 passing for 65 yards while Collaros completed 14-of-18 attempts for 189 yards. NOTES -- SDurie and quarterback Shane Herbert were Torontos scratches while defensive back Emanuel Davis and offensive lineman Carson Rockhill didnt dress for Hamilton . . . . The two teams didnt play on Labour Day last year due to scheduling issues at both the University of Guelph and Rogers Centre . . . A sign of the situation at Tim Hortons Field. Ticats owner Bob Young donned a suit Monday but also sported steel-toed shoes, appropriate given the work that remains at the facility. Wholesale JerseysCheap Jerseys From ChinaWholesale Jerseys 2018Cheap JerseysCheap NFL Jerseys AuthenticWholesale Nike NFL JerseysNFL Jerseys China ' ' '