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DETROIT -- The Detroit Red Wings were in desperate need of a win and two veteran stars helped delivered it. Daniel Alfredsson scored two goals, including a power-play score at 1:03 of overtime and the Red Wings earned a 3-2 win over the Calgary Flames on Thursday night. The win snapped Detroits six-game losing streak (0-4-2) and five-game home losing streak. "We were hanging in, playing some good hockey, and then all of a sudden were having some lapses where we give the other team way too many chances," Alfredsson said. "We did that some today, too, but overall we grinded." Alfredsson also had an assist and was set up for the winner by Pavel Datsyuk, who had three assists. Datsyuk threaded a cross-ice pass to Alfredsson, who rifled in a one-time slap shot from the inside edge of the left circle for his ninth goal of the season. Datsyuk drew the penalty on T.J. Brodie, who hooked Datsyuk as he tried to split the defence deep in the Calgary zone with 42 seconds left. Alfredsson also got his 700th assist earlier in the game. Detroit is without eight regulars due to injury. Joakim Andersson also scored for Detroit, defenceman Niklas Kronwall added two assists and goaltender Jonas Gustavsson made 20 saves. Mikael Backlund and Mark Giordano scored for Calgary. Mike Cammalleri had two assists and goalie Karri Ramo stopped 35 shots. "They had a little desperation and hunger in their game down the stretch," Cammalleri said. Calgary coach Bob Hartley disagreed with the penalty call on Brodie. "I didnt think it was a call," Hartley said. "I thought it was a hockey play. It was stick to stick." Alfredsson opened the scoring just 26 seconds into the game when he put in a loose puck from the slot. Backlund tied it at 5:11 with his fifth goal. He flipped in the puck after it caromed off the end boards. Andersson gave the Red Wings a 2-1 lead at 11:38 of the second when Alfredssons shot deflected in off his skate. It was Anderssons fifth goal. It was Alfredssons 700th career assist. Giordanos power-play goal tied it at 2 with 4:27 left in the second period. He beat Gustavsson with a shot from the high slot just after a two-man Flames advantage ended. NOTE: Calgary C Mike Cammalleri returned after missing the previous game due to an illness. Cammalleri also played at the University of Michigan. ... Red Wings captain and C Henrik Zetterberg, who is on the long-term injured reserve due to a herniated disc, skated with his teammates Thursday morning for the first time since his previous game, which was Dec. 4. ... Flames C Jiri Hudler is a former Red Wing. ... Detroit RW Jordin Tootoo was in the lineup after being recalled from Grand Rapids of the AHL. The veteran enforcer was sent down to the team earlier in the season. Fausse Vapormax Noir . 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Yet coming off consecutive series losses at St. Louis and Pittsburgh, Los Angeles needed some sort of spark as August approaches. The Dodgers found it in the ballpark of their biggest rival, and left the Bay Area in first place following an emphatic three-game swing.The Seattle Seahawks went from Super Bowl favourites before the season kicked off to a ‘dysfunctional’ team through six weeks to a Super Bowl favourite once again. The defending champions’ roller coaster season included trading offensive star Percy Harvin in the midst of the team’s 3-3 start. That move that reportedly irked several Seahawk players, but one management saw necessary to save the team’s chemistry. After dropping their first game after the Harvin trade, the Seahawks rebound and lost just one of their final 10 games to close the season. With that stretch, the Seahawks recovered to catch - and pass - the Arizona Cardinals in the NFC West. They also returned to being the betting favourite to win the Super Bowl after clinching the top seed in the NFC. The Seahawks road to the NFC Championship became a little easier on Wild Card Sunday, when the Dallas Cowboys defeated the Detroit Lions to send the Carolina Panthers to Seattle. The2014 Panthers joined the 2010 Seattle Seahawks as one of only five teams in NFL history to qualify for the playoffs despite a losing record. The Panthers, who finished the regular season at 7-8-1, defeated the banged-up Arizona Cardinals 26-17 on Saturday. The Panthers will face a much tougher task in the Seahawks. After trading Harvin, the Seahawks returned to their 2013 form of running the football and playing defence. Led by Marshawn Lynch and quarterback Russell Wilson the Seahawks ground attack punished defences with over 172 rushing yards per game. Lynch finished fourth in the NFL in rushing yards and tied for first in rushing touchdowns. Lynch rushed for 62 yards in the Seahawks regular season meeting with the Panthers. Wilson, who is looking for his second Super Bowl victory this year in three seasons, led all quarterback in rushing and finished 16th among all players in 2014. Wilson used his legs to his advantage as the Seahawks passing attack struggled. He topped 300 yards just twice this season and feel below 200 yards passing seven times, including against the Panthers. However, despite the mid-season Harvin trade, renewed emphasis on the run and the loss of wide receiver Golden Tate in free agency, Wilson managed to throw for a career-high in yards this season. Doug Baldwin finished as the team’s leading receiver with 825 yards, while Lynch was third on the team with 367.dddddddddddd 11 players had over 100 yards receiving on the season. The Panthers defence opened the year as one of league’s worst units, but managed to contain the back-up filled Cardinals offence to record-low 78 yards last week. A group that recovered from embarrassing performances early, the Panthers defence finished the year ranked 10th overall and 16 against the rush. The Panthers also did not allow a 100-yard rusher in their final eight games Even if the Panthers defence can shut down Seattle’s offence, a win is still not guaranteed. Seattle was able to earn five of their 12 victories this season while scoring 20 or fewer points – including a 13-9 win over the Panthers in Week 8. That Seahawks defence finished the regular season ranked third against the run and first overall. The Seahawks’ secondary, or “legion of boom,” shut down offences while holding opposing quarterbacks to a league-low 185 yards per game. Those numbers are daunting for any offence, but a matchup for Panthers rookie Kelvin Benjamin against first-team All-Pro Richard Sherman could completely negate Carolina’s deep passing game. Benjamin finished 2014 tied with tight end Greg Olsen for the team lead in yards and led the Panthers with nine touchdowns. The Panthers next leading wide receiver, Jerricho Cotchery, had 580 receiving yards and just one touchdown in 2014. Benjamin caught four passes for 94 yards in the two teams’ first matchup. He was also held to four catches for 33 yards by Pro Bowler Patrick Peterson and the Cardinals defence last week. If Sherman can handle Benjamin alone on the outside, the Seahawks will likely drop their safeties into the box and focus their efforts on shutting down Jonathan Stewart and Cam Newton in the running game. Stewart rushed for 123 yards against the Cardinals last week and has crossed the 120-yard mark three times in his last five games. The Seahawks held Stewart to 79 during their regular season meeting. The Seahawks allowed more than seven points to an opponent just once their final six games. If they can accomplish that feat again, the Seahawks offence will put up enough points to send the team back to the NFC Championship game. If Carolina’s offence can have more success, an upset could be brewing. ' ' '

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