Forum für Imkerinnen und Imker vom Bienenzuchtverein München und Umgebung e.V.
ST. JOHNS, N.L. -- It didnt take forward Peter Holland very long to make his impact with the Toronto Marlies. Holland scored 3:02 into his first game and earned the games first star as Toronto edged the host St. Johns IceCaps 3-2 on Friday in American Hockey League action. "It was nice (to score early) and it sort of settled me down," said Holland, who was demoted by the Maple Leafs on Tuesday after 22 NHL games. "Obviously there is a little bit of nerves no matter what level youre playing at. It was nice to get that one and nice to get the win." Petter Granberg and Sam Carrick also scored for the Marlies (20-11-3), who held a 3-0 lead after 40 minutes of play. Andrew Gordon and Kael Mouillierat replied for the IceCaps (18-15-3) in the third period. Torontos Drew MacIntyre made 31 saves for his league-leading 16th win of the season. Eddie Pasquale turned away 34-of-37 shots for St. Johns. Granberg opened the scoring, finding the net through traffic with a shot that changed direction on the way just 1:21 into the game. Holland scored an easy tap-in to make it 2-0 as Pasquale was caught out of his net by some crisp passing on the power play. "Spencer Abbott did a great job getting on the weak side of the net there and Eddie (Pasquale) slid across to try to play the shot, obviously," Holland said of his goal. "I just tried to position myself in front and Abbott made a great play over to me and I had the open cage." Carrick tipped home a Josh Leivo point shot for the Marlies with 1:17 left in the second to make it 3-0. Mouillierat scored on a one-timer in the slot off a cross-ice pass from JC Lipon to put the IceCaps on the board 5:17 into the third period. Gordon picked up his own rebound and beat a sprawling MacIntyre to bring the score to within one with 6:34 left in the third. St. Johns head coach Keith McCambridge wasnt thrilled with his club having to play from behind the entire game. "Its frustrating to have to chase the game when youre down quick with two goals like that and youre outshooting the opponent," McCambridge said. "Its not the fault of our goaltender, I thought the first goal was a tip and he had no chance on the second goal, which was on the power play." Discount Air Jordan . Span, Danny Espinosa and Adam LaRoche had two hits apiece as Washington won the final two games of the series. The Nationals improved to 3-7 against Atlanta. They increased their division lead over the Braves to 1 1/2 games. Cheap Jordan From China . - The fiancee of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez is set to ask a judge to throw out allegations that she lied to a grand jury. https://www.wholesalejordanshoeschina.com/. RAPTORS STRUGGLING: The bottom line is the true test in sports isnt just how you handle failure, but how you handle success. Air Jordan Outlet . A receiver doesnt make the catch on a passing play and instantly motions to the ref – and everybody else – for a pass interference flag. Wholesale Air Jordan .The Ottawa Senators winger was relegated to a corner seat in the locker-room to allow Daniel Alfredsson to return to his regular stall one last time. NEW ORLEANS -- Greivis Vasquez drew a round of applause when he first checked in against the team for which he played the past two seasons. Later, he all but silenced the New Orleans crowd with five straight points that gave his new team the lead for good inside the final two minutes. DeMar DeRozan scored 31 points, Vasquez finished with 14, and the Toronto Raptors snapped a two-game skid with a resilient 107-100 victory over the Pelicans on Wednesday night. "I was blessed enough to be out there at the end of the game," said Vasquez, who was traded by New Orleans after last season in a deal that brought Tyreke Evans to the Pelicans. "I had a really rough first half and then the second half I was just on a mission," Vasquez said. "I like close games, man. Im not afraid. I would never be afraid. Im the type of player that would risk everything. Thats how I got (the starting point guard) job here in New Orleans." Kyle Lowry scored 23, Amir Johnson added 17 and Vasquez finished with 14 to help Toronto overcome a 14-point first-half deficit and snap a two-game skid. Tyler Hansbrough, playing additional minutes with starting centre Jonas Valanciunas sidelined by a sore back, grabbed 13 rebounds, seven on the offensive end. "Thats psycho-T at his finest," DeRozan said of Hansbrough. "He went out there, played extremely hard, got rebounds and came up with some big rebounds late in the game. Thats just him." The game was tied at 94 when Vasquez scored five straight points in a 36-second span on a running floater and a driving layup as he was fouled -- the latter coming after Vasquez rebounded his missed jumper for one of Torontos 22 offensive rebounds. "Its cool to have a teammate like that because you see how much he wanted it," DeRozan said of Vasquez. "Thats why we call him Spicy. You never know what youre going to get until you eat it." Al-Farouq Aminu had 19 points and 10 rebounds for New Orleans, which was without All-Star Anthony Davis because of an illness. The Pelicans could not deny that Davis absence, one game after his career-high 40 points and 21 rebounds in Sundays overtime win over Boston, was a factor..dddddddddddd "Obviously, with a guy that can rebound like Anthony, its hard to make up for that," rookie centre Jeff Withey said. Evans had 18 points for the Pelicans. Eric Gordon added 15, but was shut out in the second half, when his playing time was limited after he was called for his fourth foul in the middle of the third quarter. "Once he got in foul trouble ... I think that probably broke his rhythm," Pelicans coach Monty Williams said. Brian Roberts scored 11 points, while Alexis Ajinca and Austin Rivers each had 10 to keep New Orleans in front for most of the game. New Orleans led 94-90 on Witheys free throw with 4:26 left. But during the next 50 seconds, Johnson slammed home a putback dunk and followed that with a driving layup as the shot clock expired to tie it at 94. Next came Vasquezs five straight points, followed by Lowrys free throw and Johnsons tip shot to cap a 12-1 run from which New Orleans never recovered. "We played decent defence, forced them to miss and they got rebound after rebound," Williams said. "We missed a lot of shots, layups in the paint, but the rebounding tonight was not good at all." Gordon, Aminu (12 points) and Evans (10 points) all reached double figures in the first half, much of which was controlled by New Orleans. The Pelicans seemed to surprise the Atlantic Division-leading Raptors by racing to an early double-digit lead. Rivers driving layup gave New Orleans a 31-18 lead late in the first quarter. In the second quarter, the lead reached 14 points several times, the last on Aminus layup that made it 50-36. At that point, there was 5:20 left in the second quarter, which was about all the time Toronto needed to nearly pull even. The Raptors outscored the Pelicans 20-7 to close the half. DeRozan scored nine during the stint, including a three-point play on a driving layup and a 12-foot fade at the halftime horn that made it 57-56. NOTES: The Pelicans went 3-3 on their six-game home stand. New Orleans next plays at Atlanta on Friday, then hosts Miami on Saturday to open a four-game home stand. ... The Raptors have not lost three straight since making a seven-player trade with Sacramento on Dec. 9. ' ' '