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Every night of the Stanley Cup playoffs, TSN hockey analyst and former NHL goaltender Jamie McLennan breaks down each goalies performance. Jamies number grades given are out of five, with five being the best mark. Jonathan Quick, Los Angeles Kings (5) - It wasnt a busy start for Quick, but he made a great blocker save on Martin St. Louis and a big right-pad save on Rick Nash. He faced three scoring chances that period and was really good on his post play early on against Mats Zuccarello and Nash. The first goal, he had no chance on the backdoor power play goal. On the Dan Boyle goal, he overplayed the shot a bit, although, it tipped off Drew Doughtys stick. He only faced three shots in the third period and made one big save on Boyle, but really, he wasnt tested at all. Overtime is where Quick stepped up. He got some luck from a post by Ryan McDonagh, but made big saves on St. Louis and none bigger then stopping Chris Kreider on a breakaway with 30 seconds left. The second overtime period was much of the same. He had a post on a deflection on the penalty kill and made a huge right-pad save. He fought the puck off with a left-pad save three minutes before the game winner. Quick faced 19 scoring chances in the game out of 30 shots and won his second Cup in three years. He faced a total of 146 shots in the series with 85 quality scoring chances. No one can dispute this guy is a gamer and a winner. Henrik Lundqvist, New York Rangers (5) - He was good early on and made a huge pad save three minutes into game on a deflection. The first goal against was a scramble that Justin Williams jammed in through traffic. Lundqvist faced three scoring chances that period, as well. In the second, he made a good paddle save on Jarret Stoll, good saves on Kyle Clifford and was real good with his puck-handling to help the Rangers get out of their zone. The third was a big period to keep them in the game where he faced five good scoring chances and was huge that period. In first overtime, he made two huge saves on williams with the left pad and Tyler Tofolli hit the crossbar, but Lundqvist continued to battle for his team. In the second overtime, Jeff Carter hits a post 45 seconds in and then Lundqvist made a good save on Doughty. The game-winning goal was a rebound to Alec Martinez, who is wide open at the backdoor. Frankly, Lundqvist was the only reason the series wasnt a sweep. He gave the Rangers a chance to win every night and faced a total of 194 shots, including 86 quality scoring chances. If people didnt respect or realize how hard he worked in the net and competed, they certainly do now. Wholesale Rockies Jerseys . The Oilers have been shut out in three straight home games and are in last place in the Western Conference with a 4-14-2 record. "Things have obviously not gone as well as I would have thought probable. 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The Maple Leafs have dropped three straight and 11 of the last 12 regular- season meetings against Boston overall and the Bruins have claimed six straight in Beantown.LONDON - Struggling at home but excelling in the Champions League, Borussia Dortmund is headed to Arsenal on Wednesday.Dortmund, which has already qualified for the second round, will travel to London without forward Marco Reus, who is out with an ankle injury. Reus was hurt in the 2-2 draw with Paderborn over the weekend, a result that left Dortmund in 16th place in the Bundesliga standings.Arsenal, which blew a three-goal lead against Anderlecht in the last match, can join Dortmund in the last 16 with a draw.In the other group match, Galatasaray plays Anderlecht.Here are some things to know about Wednesdays matches:___DORTMUNDS WOESDortmund has fallen back into the relegation zone in the Bundesliga after wasting a 2-0 lead to settle for a 2-2 draw at promoted Paderborn.But even worse, it lost Reus, who was the victim of a vicious tackle and will be sidelined into 2015 with an ankle injury, his third major injury this year.Reus latest misfortune has sparked a debate, with some calling for the player who commits such a foul to be suspended until the injured player recovers. Although few believe such a move is practical, everyone agrees top players need better protection.Hans-Joachim Watzke, Dortmunds CEO, has asked for blood, sweat and tears from the team and that injuries should be no excuse for setbacks. Dortmund should produce top performances not only in the Champions League but against lower-ranked opposition as well.Dortmund coach Juergen Klopp will also be missing defenders Mats Hummels and Sokratis Papastathopoulos through injuries, while striker Ciro Immobile may get a rare start.___ARSENAL EXPECTANTArsenal needs only a point from its last two Champions League matches to secure its place in the second round.The team heads into the match against Dortmund after it lost to Manchester United 2-1 in the Premier League on Saturrday.dddddddddddd. Memories of the Anderlecht match are also fresh.We all know that our last match in the Champions League at home to Anderlecht was disappointing, Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny said. But we must put that behind us and were all ready to bounce back against Dortmund and hopefully get a place in the last 16.Arsenal is second in Group D with seven points, five behind Dortmund.___ANDERLECHT STRUGGLINGDespite its three-goal comeback to force a 3-3 draw at Arsenal three weeks ago, Anderlecht is struggling again.The Belgian team lost to Charleroi 3-1 over the weekend and as a result is now trailing FC Brugge in the league. Now it is up to coach Besnik Hasi to motivate his players again.There is no reason to doubt. I know my players will be ready on Wednesday, Hasi said. The only positive thing to come out of the loss is that my players will have both feet on the ground again.Anderlecht will be able to recover Belgium international Steven Defour to beef up its defensive midfield.A victory at the Vanden Stock Stadium would guarantee Anderlecht at least a place in the Europa League after the winter break and maintain a theoretical chance to advance in the Champions League.___PRESSURE ON PRANDELLIGalatasaray coach Cesare Prandelli is under intense pressure for a victory over Anderlecht.The Istanbul side, which lost to Trabzonspor 3-0 at home on Saturday, is last in Group D with only one point in the competition.Many are blaming Prandelli for the loss, criticizing his decision to keep Wesley Sneijder out of the starting 11. Despite rumours of that he may be fired, Galatasaray has so far stood behind Prandelli.Such a score before the Anderlecht game was unfortunate but we will look ahead, said Hamdi Yasaman, the clubs deputy president.Prandelli, the former Italy coach, took charge of Galatasaray in July. ' ' '

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