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Page2D Tuesday,October20,2015 E2 DemocratandChronicle. com SPORTS Golf World Long Drive 9p.m.GLF (66) MLB Kansas City at Toronto4p.m.FS1 (400) N.Y. Mets at Chicago Cubs8p.m.TBS (49) N BA Golden State at L.A. Clippers10:30 p.m.ESPN (24) NHL D allas at Philadelphia7:30 p.m.NBCSN (69) U EFA Champions Roma at Bayer Leverkusen2:30 p.m.ESPN2 (25) FOOTBALL NFL AMERICAN CONFERENCE East WLTPctPFPA New England5001.000183103 N.Y.Jets410.80012975 Buffalo330.500145139 Miami230.400103111 South WLTPctPFPA Indianapolis330.500126147 Houston240.333128155 Tennessee140.200112129 Jacksonville150.167113176 North WLTPctPFPA Cincinnati 600 1.000182 1 22 P ittsburgh 420. 667 1 45 1 08 C leveland 240. 333 1 41 1 58 B altimore 150. 167 1 43 1 62 West WLTPct P F P A Denver 600 1.000139 1 02 O akland 230. 400 1 07 1 24 S an Diego 240. 333 1 36 1 61 K ansas City 150. 167 1 27 1 59 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East WLTPctPFPA Philadelphia330.500144110 N.Y.Giants330.500139136 Dallas230.400101131 Washington240.333117138 South WLTPct P F P A Carolina 500 1.000135 9 4 A tlanta510.833183143 Tampa Bay 230. 400 1 10 1 48 N ew Orl. 240. 333 1 34 1 64 North WLTPctPFPA Green Bay 600 1.000164 1 01 M innesota 320. 600 9 6 8 3 C hicago240.333120179 Detroit150.167120172 West WLTPctPFPA Arizona420.667203115 St.Louis230.40084113 Seattle240.333134125 San Fran.240.333100160 Thursday’s Game New Orleans 31,Atlanta 21 Sunday’s Games Minnesota 16,Kansas City 10 Miami 38,Tennessee 10 N.Y.Jets 34,Washington 20 Pittsburgh 25,Arizona 13 Cincinnati 34,Buffalo 21 Detroit 37,Chicago 34,OT D enver 26,Cleveland 23,OT Houston 31,Jacksonville 20 Carolina 27,Seattle 23 S an Francisco 25,Baltimore 20 G reen Bay 27,San Diego 20 New England 34,Indianapolis 27 Open:Dallas,Oakland,St.Louis,Tampa Bay Monday’s Game Philadelphia 27,N.Y.Giants 7 Box Score Eagles 27,Giants 7 N.Y.Giants7000—7 Philadelphia 71 0 73—2 7 First Quarter NYG—Beckham Jr.13 pass from Manning ( Brown kick),10:23. P hi—Cooper 32 pass from Bradford (Sturgis kick),3:33. Second Quarter Phi—Carroll 17 interception return (Sturgis k ick),12:26. Phi—FG Sturgis 37,:03. Third Quarter Phi—Murray 12 run (Sturgis kick),6:13. Fourth Quarter Phi—FG Sturgis 39,8:19. A —69,296. NYGPhi First downs 1 8 2 4 T otal Net Yards247425 Rushes-yards23-8137-155 Passing 1 66 2 70 P unt Returns3-14-25 Kickoff Returns4-792-33 Interceptions Ret.3-432-17 Comp-Att-Int24-38-224-38-3 Sacked-Yards Lost 3 -23 1 -10 P unts8-42.44-54.3 Fumbles-Lost2-13-1 Penalties-Yards 1 2-92 9 -72 T ime of Possession29:3030:30 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—N.Y.Giants,Jennings 13-63, M anning 1-12,Williams 5-6,Vereen 4-0. Philadelphia,Murray 22-109,Mathews 940,Sproles 2-4,Bradford 4-2. P ASSING—N.Y.Giants,Manning 24-38-2- 189.Philadelphia,Bradford 24-38-3-280. RECEIVING—N.Y.Giants,Beckham Jr.7-61, R andle 5-44,Donnell 3-29,Jennings 3-20, Tye 2-22,D.Harris 2-18,Vereen 1-6,Flowers 1-(minus 11).Philadelphia,Matthews 6-59, E rtz 4-43,Cooper 3-76,Austin 3-60,Huff 319,Murray 3-14,Mathews 1-6,Sproles 1-3. HOCKEY AHL EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division GPWLOLSLPtsGFGA Bridgeport65100102415 Hartford431006138 W-B/Scran4310061410 Portland3210041210 Providence5122041518 Hershey 31200299 L ehigh3120021111 Springfield303000514 North Division GPWLOLSLPtsGFGA St.John’s4310061511 Toronto4310061310 Syracuse32100489 Rochester4220041215 Albany 31110369 B inghamton 21100253 U tica 20200015 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division G P WLO L S L P ts G F G A Charlotte 4310062 1 1 6 C hicago 3210041 7 1 3 L ake Erie 31101378 I owa412013713 Rockford413002821 Manitoba 40211261 3 M ilwaukee 20200031 2 G r.Rapids 40400041 2 Pacific Division GP WLO L S L P ts G F G A Texas4400082411 Ontario330006101 San Antonio320105117 San Diego220004107 San Jose 3210041 0 8 B akersfield 41201391 5 S tockton 21100284 N OTE:Two points are awarded for a win, one point for an overtime or shootout loss. Tuesday’s Games Binghamton at St.John’s,6 p.m. Milwaukee at Iowa,8 p.m. BASKETBALL NBA PRESEASON Preseason M onday’s Games Charlotte 94,Chicago 86 C leveland 103,Dallas 97 B oston 111,Brooklyn 105 Houston 120,New Orleans 100 Portland at L.A.Lakers GOLF Hole-in-one B atavia: Mike Venturino,No.7,169 yards, 5-wood. Mill Creek: Zachary Werner,No.9, 195 yards,8-iron. COLLEGE AREA RESULTS Men’s soccer: Roberts Wesleyan 1,Gannon 0 . HIGH SCHOOL T UESDAY Boys soccer C lass AA first round: No.12 Gates Chili (016) at No.5 Webster Thomas (7-4-4),5 p.m.; N o.9 Edison/Monroe (7-2-2) at No.8 Hilton ( 6-9-1),No.10 Rush-Henrietta (5-10-1) at No. 7Penfield (4-7-4),No.11East (3-13) at No. 6 F airport (6-8-2),6 p.m. Class A1first round: No.9 School of the Arts (3-10-1) at No.8 Irondequoit (4-11-1), N o.10 Franklin (2-10) at No.7 Brighton (410-2),6 p.m. Class A2 first round: No.9 Geneva (5-11) a t No.8 Aquinas (4-11-1),7 p.m.;No.10 Batavia/Alexander (0-16) vs.No.7 University Prep (8-5-1) at Sahlen’s Stadium,TBD. Class D1first round: No.9 Fillmore (11-5) vs.No.8 Northstar (11-5) at Grace & Truth, No.12 Hammondsport (0-15-1) at No.5 Harley-Allendale Columbia (12-4),3 p.m.;No.10 Mount Morris (10-6) at No.7 Wheatland- Chili (10-4-1),No.11Honeoye (4-11-1) at No. 6Jasper-Troupsburg (12-3-1),6 p.m. Class D2 first round: No.12 Houghton (214) at No.5 Friendship (10-6),3 p.m.;No.11 Scio (4-11-1) vs.No.6 Prattsburgh (8-8) at Wayland-Cohocton,5 p.m.;No.10 Hinsdale (4-8-1) vs.No.7 Webster Christian (5-7-2) at Perry,6 p.m.;No.9 Lima Christian (4-11-1) vs. No.8 Avoca (7-9) at Wayland-Cohocton,7 p.m. Girls soccer Class B1First Round: No.9 Waterloo (3-13) at No.8 Midlakes (3-13),3 p.m. Class B2 First Round: No.9 Wellsville (212-2) at No.8 Attica (4-11-1),3 p.m. Class C1First Round: No.13 Oakfield-Alabama/Elba (5-10-1) at No.4 Bloomfield (12-4),No.11Williamson at No.9 Sodus (10-6),3 p.m.;No.12 Canisteo-Greenwood at No.5 Geneseo (10-4-2),5 p.m.;No 15 Letchworth (2-13-1) at No.2 Caledonia- Mumford (13-2-1),No.9 Pembroke (7-6-3) at No.8 Byron-Bergen (9-6-1),6 p.m.;No.10 Avon (7-8-1) at No.7 Addison (13-3);No. 14 R ed Creek v.No.3 Alexander (12-1-2) at Honeoye Falls-Lima,7:30 p.m. Class C2 First Round: No.14 Lyons (0-15) at N o.3 South Seneca (15-1),3 p.m.;No.11Per- ry (3-11-2) v.No 6 Keshequa (8-6-2) at Kiwanis Park,No.9 Red Jacket (5-10) at No.8 C ampbell-Savona (7-8-1),No.13 Pavilion (114-1) at No.4 Bishop Kearney (10-5),No.10 Dundee (5-11) v.No.7 Bolivar-Richburg (78 -1) at Wayland-Cohocton,6 p.m.;No 12. Cuba-Rushford (3-13) at No.5 Warsaw (105-1),7 p.m. Girls volleyball Monroe County: Hilton at Gates Chili, Webster Schroeder at Penfield, Pittsford M endon at Canandaigua,Rush-Henrietta at W ebster Thomas,6 p.m.;Brockport at Spencerport,Greece Athena at Churchville-Chili, 6 :15 p.m. Finger Lakes: Dundee at Honeoye,6 p.m.; Penn Yan at Newark,Geneva at Palmyra- M acedon,Midlakes at Waterloo, 6:30 p.m. Livingston County: Perry at Wayland-Cohocton,6 p.m. Wayne County: Gananda at Williamson, North Rose-Wolcott at Marion,Clyde-Savannah at East Rochester,Sodus at Lyons,6 p .m. Genesee Region: Lyndonville at Kendall, 6:30 p.m. Non-league: Hammondsport at Mynderse, 5p.m.;Attica at Warsaw,6 p.m.;Alexander at Wayland-Cohocton,Aquinas at York,6:30 p .m. Boys volleyball Monroe County: Hilton at Brockport,6 p.m.;Spencerport at Brighton, 6:30 p.m.; Churchville-Chili at Irondequoit,7:45 p.m. Field hockey Section V: Fairport at Eastridge, Penfield at G ates Chili,6 p.m.;Brighton at Webster Thomas,7:30 p.m. Girls swimming Monroe County: Honeoye Falls-Lima at Webster,4:30 p.m.;Hilton at Canandaigua, 5:30 p.m. Non-league: Batavia at Wilson,Mercy at Brighton,4:30 p.m. Cross Country Monroe County: Greece Odyssey,Honeoye Falls-Lima,Eastridge,Hilton,Brighton at Mendon Ponds West;Batavia,Canandaigua,Webster Thomas,Penfield at Harris Whalen Park;Gates Chili,Greece Arcadia, Irondequoit,Pittsford Sutherland,Churchville-Chili at Black Creek;Fairport,Spencerport,Rush-Henrietta,Webster Schroeder at W ebster Park,4:30 p.m.;Brockport,Greece Olympia,Victor,Pittsford Mendon,Greece Athena at Basil Marella,4:30 p.m. Finger Lakes/Wayne: Geneva,Penn Yan, East Rochester,Red Creek at Midlakes;Newark,Wayne,Mynderse,Clyde-Savannah at M arcus Whitman;Bloomfield,Marion, North Rose-Wolcott at Palmyra-Macedon; Honeoye,Lyons,Williamson at Williamson T own Park,4:30 p.m. Livingston County: Holley,Kendall, Oakfield-Alabama at Byron-Bergen; Warsaw,Liv onia at Geneseo;Avon,Caledonia-Mumford,LeRoy,Wheatland-Chili at Oatka,4 p.m.;Alexander,Attica,Notre Dame,Pavilion/York at Pembroke;Bath Dansville,Kesh- equa at Wayland-Cohocton,4:30 p.m. LAS VEGAS LINE C OLLEGE FOOTBALL Thursday EAST CAROLINA .............. 3 .............. Temple U CLA....................3....................California Friday Memphis...................11...................TULSA Saturday Ohio ..................... 3 ..................... BUFFALO Pittsburgh..............6 1 ⁄ 2 ..............SYRACUSE USC........................3 1 ⁄ 2 ........................Utah ALABAMA...............15...............Tennessee MISSISSIPPI.............5 1 ⁄ 2 .............Texas A&M Penn St................6 1 ⁄ 2 ...............MARYLAND Ohio St....................21...................Rutgers LSU.............16 1 ⁄ 2 .............Western Kentucky NFL Thursday Seattle ............. 6 ............. SAN FRANCISCO Sunday Buffalo ................. 4 ................. Jacksonville S T.LOUIS ................ 4 1 ⁄ 2 ................Cleveland M IAMI...................4 1 ⁄ 2 ...................Houston N EW ENGLAND..............9..............NY Jets M innesota.................3.................DETROIT Atlanta..................4..................Tennessee WASHINGTON...........3 1 ⁄ 2 ...........Tampa Bay INDIANAPOLIS..........5..........New Orelans SAN DIEGO................4................Oakland Monday ARIZONA................7 1 ⁄ 2 ................Baltimore Odds taken from Pregame.com Scoreboard S ports on TV FINGER LAKES Monday Results FIRST: $12,200,Clg,3YO&up,6f 2Edith (P.Rodriguez)...$5.80 $3.90 $2.50 6Catskill Flyer (R.Ignacio)...$27.00 $9.30 4She's Marvy (L.Perez)...................$2.20 Race Time:1:13.15.Exacta (2-6) $80.25;Su- perfecta (2-6-4-3) $508.50;Trifecta (2-6-4) $159.50. SECOND: $19,000,Mdn Sp Wt,3YO&up, 1 mi 1Solid Future (L.Perez)$11.40 $6.60 $4.20 5 Splendid Charlie (J.Simpson)$4.70 $3.40 4 Tommaso (J.Rodriguez)................$2.80 Race Time:1:42.55.Daily Double (2-1) $31.25;Exacta (1-5) $25.50;Superfecta (15-4-2) $236.20;Trifecta (1-5-4) $66.75. THIRD: $13,000,Mdn Clg,3YO&up,5 1 ⁄ 2 f 2Gaffer (J.Baez)........$12.60 $3.30 $3.30 1A Send One In (J.Rodriguez).$2.10 $2.10 1Value Boy (E.De Diego) ....... $2.10 $2.10 R ace Time:1:08.40.Exacta (2-1) $14.10;Su- perfecta (2-1-3-4) $153.20;Trifecta (2-1-3) $59.50. FOURTH: $12,200,Clg,3YO&up,1mi+70 y ds 3Classy Al (L.Perez)....$3.30 $2.80 $2.10 2Ruhl Paul (O.Gomez) .......... $5.10 $2.70 4 Thug Daddy (J.Flores)...................$2.10 Race Time:1:45.78.Exacta (3-2) $8.40;Su- perfecta (3-2-4-5) $49.50;Trifecta (3-2-4) $18.70. FIFTH: $19,000,Mdn Sp Wt,2YO,6f 1Terian (J.Rodriguez)..$2.90 $2.40 $2.10 4Theopieofmyeye (O.Gomez)$5.40 $5.10 2Rumplesteelskin (H.Berrios).........$5.50 Race Time:1:12.08.Daily Double (3-1) $ 3.50;Exacta (1-4) $8.70;Superfecta (1-42-6) $70.00;Trifecta (1-4-2) $34.00;Pic 3 (2-3-1) $17.60;Pic 4 (1-2-3-1/8) $67.10. SIXTH: $9,000,Clg,3YO&up,6f 7Wildcat Fury (J.Davila Jr.)$4.30 $3.30 $2.30 4A Sensational Gal (N.Alvarado)$3.70 $2.90 2Rose of Sicily (L.Perez) ..................... $4.20 R ace Time:1:13.32.Daily Double (1-7) $4.05; Exacta (7-4) $11.00;Superfecta (7-4-2-1) $161.20;Trifecta (7-4-2) $51.75. SEVENTH: $15,000,SOC,3YO&up,6f 2Street Swagg (J.Davila Jr.)$2.60 $2.20 $2.10 1 Ta Bueno (L.Perez)................$17.20 $6.50 6That's Alie's Baby (E.De Diego) ........ $4.00 R ace Time:1:11.15.Exacta (2-1) $25.00;Sup erfecta (2-1-6-3) $397.50;Trifecta (2-1-6) $78.25. EIGHTH: $19,500,Allw,3YO&up,6f 1 American Creed (J.Davila Jr.)$2.60 $2.20 $ 2.10 4West College (L.Perez)...........$7.50 $4.30 3Meet the Mets (W.Rohena) ............. $2.40 R ace Time:1:11.28.Exacta (1-4) $8.60;Super- fecta (1-4-3-6) $79.00;Trifecta (1-4-3) $27.50. NINTH: $9,000,Clg,3YO&up,6f 1Nico's Prize (J.Cruz)......$4.40 $3.20 $2.60 5Stone 'Em (H.Berrios).............$6.90 $3.50 6My Bobby (L.Perez) .......................... $4.30 R ace Time:1:12.79.Daily Double (1-1) $3.50; Exacta (1-5) $22.70;Superfecta (1-5-6-7) $210.20;Trifecta (1-5-6) $80.25;Pic 3 (2-1-1) $2.10;Pic 4 (7-2-1-1/4) $7.10;Pic 5 (1/8-7-2-11/4) $17.60. Tuesday Entries FIRST: $13,000,Mdn Clg,3YO&up F&M,5 1 ⁄ 2 f 1Classy Stones (Ignacio)...................1212-1 2 Onemoreanwe'llstay (Rodriguez)...1215-2 3 Brooklyn's Glory (Gomez)...............1218-1 4Frau Grane (Suarez) ....................... 124 6-1 5 Bay's Nanny (Flores)......................1217-2 6Jomary's the Great (Camillo Jr.)......114 5-1 SECOND: $9,000,Clg,3YO&up F&M,1mi 1Cassie's Harbor (Quast)..................110 6-1 1a Personalsweetheart (Camillo Jr.) ... 113 6-1 2 Starship Chloe (Gomez)................110 10-1 3Under Over (Lopez).......................120 5-2 4Lady Rhubarb (Rodriguez) .............. 120 4-1 5 Promise Me Forever (Berrios)........120 12-1 6Raelyn Jane (Davila Jr.)..................122 7-2 7Golden Cheetah (Ignacio) .............. 120 6-1 THIRD: $14,100,Clg,3YO&up F&M,6f 1Single Malt Female (Alvarado) ...... 120 15-1 2 Real Deal Lady (Cruz) ..................... 117 3-1 3 Lady Marlena (Rodriguez)..............117 6-1 4Underthemoonlight (Berrios).........120 5-2 5Steel Bay (Perez) .......................... 120 12-1 6 Finale Finale (Suarez) .................... 12110-1 7 Go Babe (Davila Jr.)........................119 4-1 FOURTH: $9,000,Clg,3YO&up,5 1 ⁄ 2 f 1Economic Forecast (Perez) .............. 120 4-1 1 a Maybrys Challenge (Gomez) ......... 110 4-1 2Ready Victory (Lopez)...................122 15-1 3Straight Thunder (Rodriguez)........120 15-1 4Ten Items Or Less (Alvarado)..........120 3-1 5Cat Squad (Yang)..........................120 7-2 6Frankknowsbest (Davila Jr.)............120 8-1 7Estimator (Flores) ......................... 120 20-1 8 Synthesizer (Berrios) ...................... 120 6-1 9Tyrus (Gomez)................................120 6-1 FIFTH: $9,000,Clg,3YO&up,5 1 ⁄ 2 f 1El Mono Verde (Gomez)..................110 4-1 2Royalty Reigns (Rodriguez)............120 8-1 3Morse (Davila Jr.) ........................... 122 6-1 4 Betty's Boy (Suarez).....................120 15-1 5Uncle Shleppy (Yang)...................120 20-1 6Rock Hard Energy (De Diego) ........ 117 10-1 7 Quikpiknikk (Toledo) ...................... 120 5-1 8 Ireland's Eye (Gomez)....................120 3-1 9 Summer Brother (Rohena)............117 10-1 10 Backtothesaltmine (Lopez)...........117 7-2 SIXTH: $9,000,Clg,3YO&up,1mi+70 yds 1U Whippersnapper (Gomez)..........110 15-1 2James Jingle (Rodriguez) ................ 120 6-1 3 Park Boss (Cruz).............................116 6-1 4Golden Nugget (Perez).................122 10-1 5Here He Fitz (Davila Jr.) .................. 120 8-5 6 Tricked Out Tux (De Diego).............120 5-1 7Stable Boy Kelly (Flores)...............120 20-1 8Bambisfrostyracer (Gomez) ............ 120 8-1 9 Best Offer (Rohena).......................116 7-2 10 Roar of Raul (Camillo Jr.) ............ 113 20-1 SEVENTH: $17,000,Allw,3YO&up,6f 1 Boss Man Bob (Baez)......................117 8-1 2Howaboutwe (Rodriguez)..............122 5-2 3Four Directions (Perez) ................... 120 6-1 4 Bar Brawler (Flores) ....................... 117 7-2 5 The Rhythmisright (Gomez)............110 6-1 6Doubly Distinct (Gomez)................120 8-5 EIGHTH: $19,500,Allw,3YO&up F&M 1mi 1 My Wild Gata (De Diego) ............... 120 9-2 1a Nonnie Connie (Lopez).................120 9-2 2Congaroo (Rohena)........................116 6-1 3Not About the Nail (Ignacio)..........120 3-1 4Unrepented (Davila Jr.)..................122 6-5 5Abbie's Butterfly (Perez).................120 6-1 6Just Catty (Rodriguez) .................. 120 10-1 NINTH: $9,000,Clg,3YO&up F&M,5 1 ⁄ 2 f 1Craigie Hill (De Diego)....................120 6-1 1a Riveressed (Gomez)......................110 6-1 2Rock Hard Legacy (Rodriguez).......122 7-2 3Chrissy Raz (Perez).........................122 5-1 4Saltinthecity (Berrios) ..................... 120 6-1 5 Lara (Davila Jr.)..............................122 2-1 6Maybry's Girl (Simpson)...............120 15-1 7Elle's Wager (Baez) ........................ 120 8-1 8 Jersey Frere (Lopez) ...................... 120 20-1 9 Z Lovelee Linda (Gomez)..............120 10-1 HORSE RACING The NFL will hold public hearings later this month in Oakland, S t. Louis and San Diego as the league looks into potentially relocating a franchise or two to Los Angeles. The St. Louis hearing will take place on Oct. 2 7, followed the next day b y a hearing in San Diego, and on Oct. 29 in Oakland. M embers of Commissioner Roger Goodell’s executive staff will at- t end to listen to comments by and answer questions from the pub- l ic. The league said in its announcement Monday t hat it wants to “provide an opportunity for fans and others in the community to ask questions and e xpress their views directly to the NFL before any decisions are made a bout potential relocation of a club or clubs from a current market.” Public pre-registration for the hearings begins Tuesday, with entry tickets reserved first for s eason-ticket holders of e ach of those teams. The Rams, who left Los Angeles in 1995, hope to b uild a state-of-the-art stadium in Inglewood, California. The Chargers a nd Raiders are combining on a planned project for Carson, California. T he Raiders also left LA in 1995. N o decisions on an actual move to Los Angeles can come before early 2016. However, at the o wners’ December meetings in Dallas, it’s highly possible the NFL will open t he window for relocation applications, letting any of the three teams formally apply. Goodell expects owners will vote on franchise relocation, but when is an- o ther matter. “ When you start out with nothing and you are trying to find a solution, y ou try to find all the pathways that can lead to success,” Eric Grubman, the N FL’s point man for relocation to LA, said earlier this month. “If you find o ne, people aren’t necessarily optimistic it’s going t o be successful because there’s a failure rate. If you find 100, then people are very optimistic. When w e attacked it, we had to find more than one thing that can work. “ So what happens when you find more than one thing that can work and it’s in the NFL and it involves multiple owners and multiple cities? Then suddenly the picture be- c omes very murky be- c ause not everyone can get exactly what they want. And that’s the sce- n ario that’s most likely to play out.” Grubman admitted for a team or two to call LA home next season, the latest it could get approval w ould probably be March or April. NFL NFL hearings on L.A. team planned ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK - Antti Raanta was just looking to get a win in his New York Rangers debut. He did much more than that. Raanta stopped all 22 shots he faced to become the fourth goalie in franc hise history to get a s hutout in his first start w ith the team, leading t he Rangers to a 4-0 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Monday night. Getting his fourth career shutout, Raanta joined Hal Winkler (1926), John Ross Roach (1928) and Marcel Paille (1957) as the only goaltenders to blank an opponent in his first start with the Rangers. “The only thing I was thinking was to win,” s aid Raanta, who was playing for the first time since being acquired from Chicago in a draft- day trade in June. “Our guys defended so well.” Marc Staal, Mats Zuccarello, Jesper Fast and Viktor Stalberg scored f or New York, which snapped a three game w inless streak (0-2-1) after opening the season with three wins. Martin Jones finished w ith 24 saves in his first loss of the season as the S harks lost their second straight after opening the season with four wins. “We lost pretty much every facet of the game,” Sharks coach Pete DeBoer said. “Lost races to pucks, lost battles, lost special teams (battles). T here’s a price to pay to win and the other team w as more willing to pay that price than us so we got what we deserved.” Rangers coach Alain V igneault opted to keep the same forward lines a nd defense pairings that could only score once in the 2-1overtime loss to the New Jersey Devils on Sunday. Vigneault’s gambit paid immediate dividends as Staal scored his first of the season 10:36 into the g ame. Staal’s point shot appeared to ricochet off o f San Jose’s Joel Ward. “I just tried to get to the net as fast as I can and I think it hit someone — one o f their guys — and goes in,” said Staal, who later r ecorded his 100th career assist on Stalberg’s goal. “We talked about getting a lot more pucks to the net, create some traffic, and then (Fast) was in front taking (Jones’ sightlines) away and that’s how it gets in the back of the n et.” New York continued to a ttack in what was the Rangers’ most complete performance of the season. RANGERS 4, SHARKS 0 Raanta stops 22 shots as Rangers beat Sharks DENIS P. GORMAN ASSOCIATED PRESS GETTY IMAGES Rangers goalie Antti Raanta makes a save as Barclay Goodrow of the San Jose Sharks looks for t he rebound at Madison Square Garden on Monday. STANDINGS EASTERN CONFERENCE A tlantic Division GPWLOTPtsGFGA Montreal660012207 Tampa Bay642081915 Ottawa632171917 Florida 532061 6 9 D etroit532061513 Boston 523041 8 2 1 T oronto513131217 Buffalo 5140291 4 Metropolitan Division GPWLOTPtsGFGA N.Y.Rangers742191815 N.Y.Islanders 531171 7 1 5 W ashington 431061 3 1 0 P hiladelphia42115710 Pittsburgh 5230479 N ew Jersey51313814 Carolina 514021 1 1 7 C olumbus606001330 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division G PWLOTPtsGFGA St.Louis6510102114 Dallas541081913 Nashville 541081 4 9 W innipeg 642082 0 1 3 M innesota531171415 Chicago 633061 4 1 4 C olorado523041616 Pacific Division GPWLOTPtsGFGA San Jose 642081 7 1 2 V ancouver631281611 A rizona 532061 6 1 1 L os Angeles52304614 Edmonton 624041 2 1 6 A naheim51313512 Calgary514021019 NOTE:Two points for a win,one point for o vertime loss. Monday’s Games N.Y.Rangers 4,San Jose 0 Tuesday’s Games Arizona at New Jersey,7 p.m. Florida at Pittsburgh,7 p.m. N .Y.Islanders at Columbus,7 p.m. D allas at Philadelphia,7:30 p.m. St.Louis at Montreal,7:30 p.m. T ampa Bay at Nashville,8 p.m. W ashington at Calgary,9 p.m. Summary R angers 4,Sharks 0 San Jose 000—0 N.Y.Rangers 112—4 First Period— 1,N.Y.Rangers,Staal 1(Brassard,Fast),10:36. Second Period— 2,N.Y.Rangers,Zuccarello 4 (Nash,Boyle),9:28 (pp). Third Period— 3,N.Y.Rangers,Fast 1(Kreid- er,Yandle),3:47.4,N.Y.Rangers,Stalberg 1 ( Staal),16:44. Shots on Goal— San Jose 9-4-9—22.N.Y. Rangers 13-10-5—28. Power-play opportunities —San Jose 0 of 2;N.Y.Rangers 1of 1. Goalies— San Jose,Jones 4-1-0 (28 shots-24 s aves).N.Y.Rangers,Raanta 1-0-0 (22-22). A— 18,006 (18,006). T— 2:19. NHL

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