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ABBOTSFORD, B.C. - Michael Ferland was a prolific scorer in junior and his first two professional goals came just in time for the Abbotsford Heat. Ferland scored twice, including the third-period winner, as the Heat defeated the Toronto Marlies 4-3 in American Hockey League action Saturday. The 21-year-old had not scored a point in his previous 18 AHL games but came through, scoring with six minutes to go and also capped off a three-goal two-minute frenzy at the end of the first. "The success I had was from the physical play, using my body," said Ferland, who also had a fight in the second period. "I got a lot of energy off that. It felt good to get that first goal too, but it felt even better with all the boys congratulating me. I forgot how it felt like to score, so I was obviously glad to put those in." Ferland recorded 211 points in 216 Western Hockey League games, but the 2010 fifth-round choice by the Calgary Flames failed to produce in his first few games with the Heat last year. This season he felt more comfortable. "I was here half a year last year and as a first-year pro I wasnt used to it all," said Ferland. "I really feel like last year helped me out a lot, what to expect." He played seven games for the Heat before being sent back to junior last year. "He was basically a 20-year-old that was living like a 17-year-old," said Heat head coach Troy Ward. "When you try to do that in this room and this environment, it becomes very difficult." After taking a feed from Brett Olson, Ferland rushed down the left wing and buried a wrist shot short side on goalie Drew MacIntyre, breaking the 3-3 deadlock. "You saw on his second goal that hes got a cannon," said Heat defenceman Dean Arsene, who was voted captain by his teammates Saturday morning. "Thats one of the things the coach has been trying to preach to him: shoot the puck, shoot the puck, and hes playing with (Ben) Street and (Blair) Jones, guys who are highly skilled and getting him the puck. He had a monster game, with a good fight that really got the guys energized." Ferlands linemates Jones and Street had two assists apiece. "With Max (Reinhart) being called up (to the Calgary Flames) I got an opportunity," said Ferland. "Troys been really good with me, trying to find a way to get me going. It felt good playing with those two guys, real good players." Paul Byron had a goal and an assist and Michael Granlund also scored for Abbotsford (10-4-1), who have now won six straight games and sit atop the Western Conference. Joni Ortio made 24 saves extending his personal win streak to five games. "We dont feel like weve played our best hockey yet and were still getting wins so we want to keep pushing each other to keep playing," said Ferland. Josh Leivo had a goal and an assist for the visiting Marlies (6-4-1). Petter Granberg and Stefan Legein also scored for Toronto and MacIntyre stopped 30 shots in the losing effort. The Marlies opened the scoring at 3:33 of the first period. Leivo broke down the left wing and wristed a shot past Ortio for his second of the season. The Heat temporarily took control of the game with three goals in the final three minutes of the first. Granlund tied the game at 17:31 of the first. He took a feed from Chad Billins and wristed a shot from the face-off circle with Greg Nemisz providing traffic. The Heat actually had a goal waved off when Granlund tried to glove a rebound down but it went in the net before he could get some wood on it. At 18:39 Byron converted a rebound from a Street shot. Then, at 19:28, Ferland took a feed from Street in front and put it around MacIntyres pad. However, the Marlies would cut the deficit in half just 35 seconds into the second period. Granberg converted a pass from Spencer Abbott, picking the corner, glove side, for his first of the season. Legein tied the game with 89 seconds to play in the second. He took a pass from Trevor Smith and snapped a shot by Ortio for his third of the year in just his fifth game. The Heat had the better chances in the third period, outshooting the Marlies 14-6, before Ferland finally put the Heat ahead for good with his late goal. All six of Abbotsfords consecutive victories have been by one goal, including an overtime and two shootouts. "Our resiliency is big for us," said Arsene. "Whether we go up a goal or down a goal. Those last six games havent been the prettiest games to watch. We were able to stick with it and pull out these two points. "So many times ... it can come down to a team can miss the playoffs by a point or two, looking back to the start of the year wishing you got those points you should have had." The two clubs face each other again Sunday. 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Nerf ball tricks shots are just the tip of the iceberg for a group that has performed in zero gravity, faced pro-skateboarder Rob Dyrdek and an assembled team on the MTV series "Fantasy Factory", and even hit a basketball trick shot from a passing blimp.Saturdays game had a strange start to it with Chris Thorburn dropping the gloves with Zdeno Chara after Chara got a penalty for a high hit on Blake Wheeler. Two seconds after that, James Wright fought Matt Fraser. All of that occurred before the game was even four minutes old. The Jets opened the scoring at the 10:54 mark of the first period with Dustin Byfuglien scoring his 9th of the season, unassisted. Byfuglien has scored in back-to-back games and has now surpassed his goal total of last year with three goals and seven assists in his last 11 games. But he would be the only Jet to beat Tuukka Rask in the afternoon game in Boston. Daniel Paille tied the game at 14:06 and the first period ended 1-1 with the Bruins outshooting the Jets 10-9. The second period was the Jets best offensively, but despite outshooting the Bruins 19-12, the team came out trailing 3-1. With the game still tied at one, the Jets had a number of chances to take the lead, the best when Devin Setoguchi had Rask down and put one off the cross bar. Only 53 seconds later, the Bruins took the lead Torey Krug scored his first of two goals and, after an assist on the goal in the first, had his first career three-point game. The rookie defenceman was a plus-three in the game with four shots on goal. The only goal of the third came from Riley Smith with his team leading 15th of the year. The Jets outtshot the Bruins 37-29 with Byfuglien leading the way with seven shots, followed by Evander Kane with six.dddddddddddd After 19 shots by defencemen in Ottawa, Jets had another 19 in this game. Jacob Trouba had tough night, finishing minus-three in only 18:44 of ice time, his second lowest total of the season other than the game against St. Louis where he was injured. Andrew Ladd has now gone back-to-back games without a shot on goal, while Bryan Littles current run of only two goals in his last 21 games (hes pointless in his last four) has Byfuglien just one point behind him for the team scoring lead. Blake Wheeler has now been kept off the score sheet for three straight games. “I didnt think we played hard enough,” commented Jets coach Claude Noel post-game." We had a few good scoring chances in the second, but needed more people in front of the net. Our guy (Ondrej Pavelec) didnt see much on the ones that went in. You cant give up four goals in this league and expect to win. We have to defend better, we have to check better. Give up three or four and you are chasing the game.” The Jets close out their three-game road trip in Pittsburgh against the Penguins on Sunday afternoon before returning home to face the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday evening. Both games are available on TSN Jets regional and TSN Radio 1290 Winnipeg. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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