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NEW YORK (AP) — Thomas Greiss made some big saves Authentic Alexander Wennberg Jersey , rookie Devon Toews got a power-play goal right after Minnesota tied the score, and Anders Lee dived to block a shot with his head late in the game. The New York Islanders used a strong team effort to get another win.Toews scored the tiebreaking goal early in the second period, Greiss stopped 26 shots and the Islanders beat the Wild 2-1 on Sunday."That's a sign of our team, how we battle, how hard we work," Greiss said. "Everybody is just doing their job and doing everything they can."Anthony Beauvillier also scored for Metropolitan Division-leading New York, which won for the fourth time in five games and ninth in 12 (9-1-2) to increase its lead to five points over second-place Washington. The Islanders, who beat Colorado 4-3 in overtime Saturday, improved to 15-2-1 in back-to-back games, including 9-0-0 on the back end."You have to have a winning commitment," New York coach Barry Trotz said. "The whole group has been all-in all year, and we've been able to put a few wins together."Mikael Granlund scored for the Wild, who lost for the fifth time in six games (1-3-2). Devan Dubnyk, starting for the second straight game after facing just 18 shots in a 4-2 win at New Jersey on Saturday, had 32 saves.Minnesota pressed for the tying goal in the third Chris Terry Jersey Womens , outshooting New York 12-9 in the period after totaling just 15 shots over the first 40 minutes. Greiss had four saves in close on one Wild power play in the middle of the period, stopping a tip by Eric Staal, a shot by Jason Zucker and two more tries by Staal.With just over a minute left, Lee used his helmet to block a shot by Ryan Suter as the Wild were scrambling to help preserve the win."Huge commitment at the end," Trotz said. "Guys are blocking shots with their legs, their ankles, their head. You name it, they're getting in the way."Greiss improved to 4-0-1 in his last five games, giving up just three goals on 157 shots in the stretch. His lone loss was 1-0 in a shootout against Tampa Bay at the Nassau Coliseum on Feb. 1."Just working on my game all season long," Greiss said. "Guys in front of me are playing well, everybody is doing their job and it shows out there."The Islanders finished 1 for 6 on the power play, and the Wild were 1 for 3."We never want to end up killing that many penalties," Dubnyk said. "It's tough to keep them out and that's a lot of time you're not able to be at the other end trying to score."Granlund tied the score 1-1 with a power-play goal 38 seconds into the second period. A rebound of Staal's shot came out to Zucker on the right side and as Greiss came out to cut off his angle, Zucker sent the puck across to the left where Granlund put it into the open net for his 13th.However, Anthony Bitetto was whistled for holding a minute later to put the Islanders on the power play Dennis Cholowski Jersey Womens , and Toews regained their lead at 2:01 with a one-timer from the left slot off a pass from Ryan Pulock."We get the momentum and all of a sudden it's turned right around," Wild coach Bruce Boudreau said. "When you take six (penalties) that puts a lot of strain on certain individuals that are playing. It makes it difficult."Beauvillier gave New York a 1-0 lead with just under six minutes left in the opening period with his 13th of the season and first in 12 games.Valtteri Filppula, who set up Beauvillier's score, had a chance to double the lead on a 3-on-2 break with a little more than a minute left in the first, but his attempt in front hit Dubnyk and then was covered up the goalie, who fell back on the ice and appeared unaware it was under him.NOTES: Minnesota has allowed six power-play goals in the last five games, going 12 for 18 on the penalty kill in that stretch. … The Wild lost for just the second time in nine games starting before 3 p.m. this season. … The teams conclude the season series March 17 at Minnesota. The Wild swept both meetings last season. … The Islanders were without F Cal Clutterbuck for the second straight game after he sustained a lower-body injury Thursday night at New Jersey. … Beauvillier now has two goals and four points in five games against Minnesota. … Pulock, who scored twice including the OT winner against Colorado on Saturday, now has five assists and seven points in his last five games.UP NEXTWild: Host Philadelphia on Tuesday night to open a four-game homestand.Islanders: At Buffalo on Tuesday night to open a stretch of five of six on the road. DALLAS — The Montreal Canadiens and Dallas Stars enter their New Year's Eve tilt at American Airlines Center heading in opposite directions, but both clubs hope to end 2018 with a victory.Montreal (20-14-5) is concluding a six-game road trip and is 3-2-0 on after a 6-5 loss at Tampa Bay on Saturday."I'd say we played our game. We're fast, we can create things," Montreal coach Claude Julien said postgame. "I thought defensively we were closing them quickly. I thought we did a pretty good job of getting on them."Article continues below ...The Canadiens are 10-7-3 on the road this season.Heading into the third period against the Lightning, Montreal held a 5-4 advantage only to allow the high-powered Lightning offense to score two unanswered goals to prevail by one goal."There are some things we can take that we did well," Canadiens forward Brendan Gallagher said postgame. "We've been decent at that (holding leads heading into the third period) this year, so it's disappointing to let one slip."Montreal and Dallas have already met once this campaign with the Stars defeating the Canadiens 4-1 at Bell Centre on Oct. 30.Dallas (20-16-3) is on a two-game winning streak after a 5-1 drubbing of Detroit on Saturday Matt Read Jersey Womens , making the Stars 12-5-1 at home.And even though Dallas started a crucial stretch where 10 of its next 13 contests are on home ice with a victory, rookie coach Jim Montgomery moves forward with guarded optimism about whether these past two wins are signs that the ship has finally been righted."I think it's too early to say we're building anything," Montgomery said after Saturday's win. "I think we've got to do it over a more extended period of time. In tonight's (Saturday's) win there were moments  thing of how we're playing together."One aspect of Saturday's win Montgomery wants to clean up is the Stars putting the Red Wings on the power play four times, leading to Detroit's lone tall — from Dylan Larkin in the third period."Not happy with it, I think it took away the momentum," Montgomery said. "You can't give refs the opportunity (to call penalties) by taking your stick off the ice. You've got to defend with your stick on the ice and you've got to skate to the defensive side. We had three stick penalties and one elbow."As for Dallas' win in Montreal two months ago, Montgomery said after Sunday's practice that the victory was one starting goaltender Ben Bishop, who will also start Monday, stole by stopping 34 of 35 shots."Claude (Julien) is an excellent coach and he's got them playing real good hockey in my opinion," Montgomery said of the Canadiens. "Coming off the Detroit game, it's going to be a much faster game and a harder game for us. We need to be ready for it."Bishop is 12-4-3 with a 1.73 goals-against average and .936 save percentage against the Canadiens.
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