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12.07.2019 03:45
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GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Phoenix Coyotes gave Dave Tippett his 450th career victory with just the kind of game the coach loves: gritty defensive play, strong goaltending and a bit of resiliency. Martin Hanzal had a goal and an assist, Mike Smith stopped 32 shots and the Coyotes held off the New Jersey Devils 3-2 on Saturday night, handing Tippett another milestone win. "If youre going to win in this league, you need that (gritty play) every night," said Tippett, who also notched his 100th home victory in Phoenix. "It was nice to see us come through with a couple wins like that." Coming off a shutout victory in their last game, the Coyotes got off to a strong start with a pair of goals from their fourth line. Jeff Halpern had one and Jordan Szwarz had the other before playing the third period with stiches in his chin after being cut with a skate late in the second. Hanzal gave the Coyotes a two-goal cushion, but they had to hold on against New Jerseys big push to earn their first winning streak since beating Colorado and the New York Islanders on Dec. 10-12. "One of our key points coming in was getting off to a fast start and I felt like we did a good job doing that," Szwarz said. "We put a lot of pucks behind their defence and we were able to block some shots early to get off to a good start, then finish it off." New Jersey got off to a sluggish start at the end of a four-game road trip before rallying to make it close. Ryane Clowe had a goal and an assist and Jaromir Jagr scored his 696th career goal with 2:14 left in regulation. Jagr had another good chance with just over a minute left, but was stopped by Smith to end the Devils point streak at six games. "We got off to a slow start and that was disappointing, inexcusable really for not having played yesterday," Devils coach Peter DeBoer said. "We cant spot anyone two goals. Thats the bottom line." Phoenix got back to its defensive roots in its last game Thursday night, beating Vancouver 1-0 behind Smiths first shutout of the season and the return of defenceman Zbynek Michalek after he missed 13 games with a hip injury. Before that, the Coyotes had been erratic in their own end and lost 12 of their previous 16 games. New Jersey has had the opposite problem. The Devils have been solid behind the blue line lately, allowing six goals over the past five games. The problem has been scoring: New Jersey has scored 117 goals, 25th in the league. The Coyotes were sharp in the first period. Kyle Chipchura tracked down the puck behind the goal and sent a pass out front to Szwarz, who one-timed it past Martin Brodeurs stick side for Phoenixs first even-strength goal in more than 184 minutes. Halpern made it 2-0 by taking a feed from Moss and beating Brodeur to the glove side from the left circle for his second of the season. Phoenix dominated most of the opening period, but New Jersey got on the board when Clowe punched in a power-play rebound for his second of the season at 18:44. Hanzal put the Coyotes up 3-1 late in the second on a power play, tipping a shot by Keith Yandle then muscling it past Brodeur for his 14th of the season. Jagr cut the lead to one after New Jersey pulled Brodeur for an extra attacker, but Smith made some tough saves in the final minute. "If we would have had at least two lines going, it would have been a different story, but we only had one line doing anything," Jagr said. NOTES: The Coyotes have scored a power-play goal in seven straight games. ... New Jersey had killed off 16 of 17 penalties before Hanzals goal with the man advantage. ... The Coyotes and Devils had not played since Oct. 27, 2011, a 5-3 win by the Coyotes in Glendale. ... The Devils have lost four straight in Arizona, dating to 2003. San Antonio, TX (SportsNetwork.com) - Brett Hundley began to jump up and down with his arms raised in victory before Paul Perkins crossed midfield. Perkins ran for 194 yards and two touchdowns, including a backbreaking 67-yard scoring run late in the fourth quarter to seal No. 14 UCLAs 40-35 victory over No. 11 Kansas State in the Alamo Bowl on Friday. Kansas State fought back from a 31-6 halftime deficit, cutting the margin to 34-28 after Jake Waters plunged in from a yard out with 4:54 remaining. UCLA (10-3), though, had an answer. Faced with a 2nd-and-13 at its own 33 following a false start penalty, Perkins burst through a huge hole off the left side of the line untouched and strolled the rest of the way for the score. The ensuing two-point conversion was unsuccessful. Waters hit Tyler Lockett for a 29-yard touchdown to claw Kansas State (9-4) within 40-35, but an onside kick was recovered by the Bruins. UCLA had a 331-31 advantage in rushing yards. Hundley, in what most likely was his last collegiate game, completed 12-of-24 passes for 136 yards with a touchdown and added 96 yards and two scores on the ground for the Bruins, who have won consecutive bowl games for the first time since winning eight in a row from 1983-1991. Linebacker Deon Hollins registered three of UCLAs seven sacks. Waters was 31-of-48 for 338 yards with two touchdown passes to Lockett, who had 13 catches for 164 yards for Kansas State, which was seeking its third 10- win campaign over the last four seasons. Curry Sexton had 10 receptions for 104 yards in defeat. The Bruins outgained the Wildcats 312-104 in the first half en route to their 31-6 cushion, but Kansas State put together a 17-play, 75-yard march to start the third and begin its comeback attempt. Kansas State moved the chains a trio of times on third down, picked up a fourth down conversion and Waters hit Lockett for a 3-yard score on a 4th-and- goal. Waters also found Lockett foor the two-point conversion and get the Wildcats within 31-14.dddddddddddd Ryan Mueller ripped the ball away from Perkins on the second play of UCLAs next touch and Dakorey Johnson made the recovery. The Wildcats capitalized on the turnover when DeMarcus Robinson found the end zone from two yards out, whittling the gap to 31-21 late in the third. Hundley appeared bottled up on a 3rd-and-11 before breaking free along the right sideline for a 40-yard gain, setting up Kaiimi Fairbairn for a 44-yard field goal. The Wildcats were ready to punt the ball back to the Bruins on a 4th-and-11 from the UCLA 47 with under seven minutes to go, but UCLA committed a substitution infraction. The penalty made fourth down more manageable and Waters fired an 18-yard completion to Sexton. He found Sexton for a 12-yard reception on the next play and Waters finished off the trek with his 1-yard TD keeper. Hundley ran in from 10 yards out to concluded UCLAs opening series and following a Kansas State three-and-out, Fairbairn made it 10-0 with a 27-yard field goal. The Wildcats moved the sticks just once before punting again and Hundley broke off a 28-yard touchdown run down the left sideline for a 17-0 sp

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