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Canada clinch their second con

 
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As Randy Carlyle watched Team Canada clinch their second consecutive Olympic gold medal early Sunday morning, it was the way in which they went about achieving success - a complete defensive domination surrendering just three goals against in six games - which piqued his interest most. \"I looked at it and I hope our players understand that defense does win, thats the simplest statement you can make,\" said the Toronto Maple Leafs head coach on Monday. If there is a goal for the Leafs over their remaining 22 games, it should be to clamp down defensively. Throughout the season, they have routinely been outshot, allowing 40 or more shots on 16 different occasions, and a league high 2175, 146 more than the next highest team, the Ottawa Senators. Of their 32 wins, the Maple Leafs lead the NHL with 25 wins in games that they have been outshot. A large part of their success has come from excellent goaltending and their ability to outscore their defensive issues, sitting behind only the Pittsburgh Penguins for the most goals scored in the Eastern Conference. But come playoff time, it is often the best defensive teams that emerge victorious. \"We know that we can score goals as a team so if we can tighten up a little bit our defence, we feel were going to be a tough team to beat,\" said Jonathan Bernier, who has faced the third-most shots in the NHL this season. \"I think that youve seen that over a long time, not just in that tournament, that good defensive teams have success,\" added captain Dion Phaneuf. \"When you play good defence, it means you have the puck more and that generates more offence. Thats a fair statement when you say defence wins, its been like that for a long time.\" Team Canadas defence was made effective, primarily by the cohesion featured among the five players on the ice at any given time, and the relentless nature in which forwards back checked. While that system was executed by some of the finest players in the game, strong defensive skills are not like offensive talent. When it comes to scoring goals, some players simply have more of a knack at it than others but, as Dave Bolland explained, there should be no excuse for poor defensive play. \"Defence is about commitment,\" he said. \"I know coming into the NHL, my defensive skills were terrible, and I admit that. But I learned that defence wins you games. I sort of took a hold of that and set it up as my third-line role.\" Bollands impending return (he, like last week, remained coy today about the potential of dressing against the New York Islanders this Thursday) should help lead the way in terms of defensive commitment. In 15 games before going down with the severed tendon in his left ankle, Bolland showed himself to be among the Leafs top defensive forwards. \"I learned a lot about back checking when I got into the league,\" said Bolland. \"When I was in juniors, you didnt even think about coming back. Once I got up to the NHL, you learn backchecking is crucial. The first guy I learned that from was Marian Hossa. You see that guy backcheck, he corrupts [sic] a lot of puck and he corrupts [sic] a lot of sticks, hes always back in the right spots.\" For an example of the style of play he hopes his players can work toward, Carlyle looked no further than the gold medal game itself. \"In that game, it was played at a very high pace, but defence, probably on both hockey clubs, was very evident in the way they approached it and how they tried to set up their defensive schemes,\" he explained. \"On the big ice surface, it doesnt look as Air Max Sale Canada . The veteran fighter will be squaring off with Henderson in a five-round lightweight bout as part of another network televised card at the United Center on Saturday night. Air Max Cheap Online . Formula One Teams Association secretary general Oliver Weingarten says the organization collapsed over unpaid subscription fees and a failure to strike an agreement for 2014 with all 11 teams. http://www.cheapairmaxcanada.com/. 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Paul Stastny, John Mitchell and Matt Duchene also scored for the Avalanche, who joined the 1995 Quebec Nordiques for the best 15-game start in franchise history. Colorado (13-2) needed 29 games to earn 26 points in last years lockout shortened season. Giguere has been a big reason for Colorados turnaround. The 36-year-old goalies 5-0 record ties the franchise record for best start to a season. He came into Friday having allowed three goals in four games and posted two shutouts, so allowing two goals in a 3 mnute, 39 second span seemed out of character. \"You are not going to be perfect every time,\" Giguere said. Mike Cammalleri had two goals and Mikael Backlund had two assists for Calgary, which has dropped seven of nine. Goalie Karri Ramo made 23 saves for the Flames. Early, it looked like Colorado would cruise against the struggling Flames. The Avalanche were up 2-0 after Stastny scored on a 5-on-3 1:09 into the second period, but Cammalleri kept Calgary close. He scored his first goal on a pass from Backlund early in the second, and 2:30 after Mitchell restored Colorados two-goal lead, he beat Giguere again to make it 3-2 midway through the second period. It wasnt enough to overcome another slow beginning. \"I thought it was the start again. I dont know what it is,\" Cammalleri said. \"It seems like were in kind of a little bit wait-and-see and then we spot them two or three and it makes it hard.\" Cammalleri nearly got the hat trick on an 2-on-1 rush late in the period but Giguere made the save. \"Hes a capable goaltender. Hes going to make his saves,\" Cammalleri said. \"Im sure if you ask him on the goals hed like to have them back and the ones he saved Id like to have them back.\" Giguere had to be sharp again in the thiird to keep the game from going to overtime.dddddddddddd He stopped Cammalleri again on the power play in the first minute of the period and made 13 saves in the frame. Jiri Hudler had a backhand chance with 2:35 left but Giguere made a sprawling save. The Flames pulled Ramo for an extra skater with just over a minute remaining but couldnt get the equalizer. Duchene iced it with an empty-netter in the final seconds. It was his 11th goal of the season. \"I think after the first period we might have taken them lightly,\" Duchene said. \"We dominated the first period. The second and third I thought they were skating downhill.\" Colorado survived to rebound after a tough loss to Nashville on Thursday. \"This was a big game for us. After going 12-1, you lose a game, it would be easy to go into bad habits and lose some,\" Giguere said. \"We ended up getting a big win. We should be happy with this one.\" The Flames are searching for answers after another tough loss. They started the season 4-2-2 but have earned just four points in their last nine games. \"We had some real bad turnovers that ended up in our net,\" Calgary coach Bob Hartley said. \"This league, its not a feel-good league. Moral victories do not exist, you need to put points on the board.\" The Avalanche scored first when OReilly one-timed a pass from P.A. Parenteau just 5:31 into the game. It was OReillys sixth of the season and extended his goal streak to three games. NOTES: Avalanche D Ryan Wilson (back) was scratched from the lineup. Nick Holden played in his place against Calgary. Wilson is expected to miss at least two weeks. ... The Flames acquired D Ladislav Smid and goalie prospect Olivier Roy from Edmonton for centre Roman Horak and goalie prospect Laurent Brossoit on Friday. Smid is expected to join the team in Calgary on Saturday while Roy will report to Anchorage of the ECHL. ... 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