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Dec 15, 2012 7:47pm
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BOSTON —The Boston Bruins refocused their thoughts and effort with two hard
practices after a humiliating loss and it paid off with an emotional victory. Whitney Mercilus Jersey . Tyler Seguin and
Patrice Bergeron scored shootout goals as the Bruins rallied for a 4-3 win over
the Nashville Predators on Saturday. Coming off a lopsided 6-0 loss to Buffalo,
Boston forced overtime when Milan Lucic scored a power-play goal with 67 seconds
left in regulation after goalie Tim Thomas was pulled for an extra skater. The
Bruins won it with the two shootout goals against Pekka Rinne, who had a solid
game. “We had a couple of good days in practice and it was hardworking,” forward
Brad Marchand said. “It reminded us again how we have to play.” Daniel Paille
and Bergeron also scored for the Bruins, who had lost seven of 12. “It would
have been a shame after all that effort,” Boston coach Claude Julien said.
Thomas stopped 19 shots in regulation, then turned aside Sergei Kostitsyn and
Martin Erat in the shootout. Mike Fisher, Shea Weber and Patric Hornqvist scored
for Nashville, which lost for the fourth time in five games. Rinne, who had won
20-of-24 games, made 38 saves through overtime. Predators coach Barry Trotz
thought his team looked more worried about how the Bruins would play instead of
themselves. “I knew Boston was going to come with a desperate game after last
game,” he said. “As I said after the game, I want you to respect your opponent,
but dont give them too much respect because then you dont play with the
confidence and conviction that you need. ” In the shootout, Seguin lifted a
backhand shot over Rinnes right pad. Bergeron then put the puck between the
goalies legs for Bostons second goal in three attempts in the tiebreaker. The
Bruins loss at Buffalo on Wednesday was their worst defeat since since an 8-2
setback to Toronto in March 2008. Boston had also lost two straight at home.
“Its our job to build off this,” Thomas said. “I think we played a much better
game and we found a way to win again.” Fishers goal had given Nashville a 3-2
lead with 3:32 left in regulation, but Lucic tied it by scoring off a rebound
when he slipped a backhand shot past the diving Rinne. Fisher came charging down
the left side, circled the net, and lost the puck briefly before slipping it
under Thomas. The Predators, outshot 41-22, went long stretches without getting
the puck out of their end. “That was a terrible game for us,” Predators
defenceman Ryan Suter said. “(In the) second period we looked like a minor
hockey team. “The second half of the second period we started to play a little
bit better and we were very fortunate to get one point.” Marchands wrist shot
from the left circle hit the top of the crossbar and bounced out of play with
15.2 seconds left for the best chance in overtime. Boston had taken a 2-1 lead
on Pailles goal early in the third before Hornqvist tied it at 9:33. Kostitsyn
shifted around defenceman Andrew Ference and fired a pass to Hornqvist in front
of the net. Rinne also earned an assist. Pailles goal came off a nice backhand
feed from Shawn Thornton, who battled for the puck along the boards behind the
net. Paille cut in front and slipped a backhand shot past Rinne 2:55 into the
period for his first goal in 10 games. Kevin Klein blasted a slapshot off the
post a few minutes after Pailles goal. Boston, which dominated play from the
middle of the first until intermission, grabbed a 1-0 lead on Bergerons
short-handed goal after a solid effort by Marchand. Marchand got to a loose puck
at centre, tried to split the defence and lost possession briefly before
regaining it and firing a pass to Bergeron, who beat Rinne at 16 minutes for his
first goal in seven games. The Bruins held Nashville to one shot over the final
9 1/2 minutes of the opening period, and that drive came from centre ice.
Nashville tied it on Webers power-play goal 7:32 into the second. NOTES: It was
the only meeting of the season between the teams. ... Bruins forward
Nathan Horton missed his seventh straight game because of a concussion. ...
Boston hadnt lost three straight at home since November of last season. ... Erat
entered the game with 19 points in 17 games. ... The Bruins will host the
Eastern Conference-leading Rangers on Tuesday before going on a six-game trip.
... The Predators had allowed 17 goals in five games. ... Paille scored his
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to knock off the puck.CHICAGO—The Boston Red Sox have put ace Josh Beckett on
the 15-day disabled list because of inflammation in his right shoulder. Manager
Bobby Valentine said before Saturdays game against the Chicago Cubs that the Red
Sox are “going to take the conservative route.” “Hes got some inflammation that
were going to calm down and take the time, whatever time it takes to do it,”
Valentine said. “We thought in-between starts was enough. He could have gotten
an extra day or two, I guess.” Valentine said he didnt think the problem was
related to a lat injury that caused Beckett to miss a start in the beginning of
May. Beckett also has had a thumb issue all season which Valentine said the club
may think about “dealing with” while hes on the DL. Beckett declined to comment
on Saturday. Beckett, who is 4-7 with a 4.14 ERA in 12 starts this year, was
scheduled to start Sunday. Valentine announced after Fridays game that
left-hander Franklin Moralles (0-1 with a 3. Andre Johnson Womens Jersey. 04 ERA in 22
relief appearances) will start in his place. Valentines initial plan was for
right-hander Clay Buchholz to pitch on short rest in Becketts place, but
Buchholz felt he needed the extra days. He is scheduled to start Tuesday against
Miami. Morales will not necessarily have a limit, according to Valentine. “I
think he can pitch more than five (innings),” Valentine said. “We have the off
day (Monday) and a stacked bullpen. Whatever he gives us should be enough.” The
Red Sox recalled right-handed reliever Clayton Mortensen from Triple-A Pawtucket
to take Becketts roster spot. Mortensen appeared in three games for the Red Sox
in early May, allowing six hits and one run in 9 1-3 innings. He struck out 12
and issued no walks. Becketts injury is just another blow to the last-place Red
Sox, who already had 10 players on the disabled list, including outfielders
Jacoby Ellsbury and Carl Crawford. ’ ’ ’ 

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