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 WASHINGTON -- For the second time in three days, Alex Ovechkin scored his NHL-leading 39th goal late against the Detroit Red Wings. . This one wont be taken away. Ovechkins one-timer from the left circle on a power play 2:37 into overtime gave the Capitals a 6-5 win Sunday over the Red Wings, earning a split of a home-and-home set and tightening up things even more in the bottlenecked bottom half of the Eastern Conference. Ovechkin was originally credited with the goal that tied the score with 7 seconds left in regulation on Friday in Detroit -- a game the Red Wings eventually won in a shootout. The NHL has since reviewed the play and decided it instead belongs to Joel Ward on a deflection. Ward kept it up Sunday, getting two goals and an assist as he again benefited from the extra attention paid to Ovechkin, particularly on the power play. In overtime, however, the power play is 4-on-3, and that left plenty of space for the Russian Olympian to drive home the game-winner after Brendan Smith was sent off for tripping. "I was pretty much open," Ovechkin said. "Sometimes its kind of boring when they put one guy close to you and youre basically out of the game, but Wardo and everybody do a great job." Jason Chimera, John Carlson and Troy Brouwer also scored for the Capitals, who got a touchdowns worth of goals in their fifth consecutive Super Bowl Sunday home matinee. Michal Neuvirth made 25 saves. The Capitals and Red Wings are bunched in a six-team pack in which two points separate eighth place from 13th place in the East. Washington had lost seven of nine and three in a row at home. "Itll go right down to the end," Washington coach Adam Oates said. "Thats why youve got to get as healthy as you can. Every point matters. Hopefully your wave will come, and itll come at the right time." Ward has 17 goals, matching his career high for a season and making him the unlikely No. 2 scorer on the Capitals. "I definitely know Ive got a role on this team, and thats obviously to try to chip in as much as I can," Ward said. "But by no means Im not trying to be no superhero or Batman. Im just trying to help the team win." Gustav Nyquist had his first career hat trick and added an assist, and Tomas Tatar and Justin Abdelkader also scored for the Red Wings, who at least managed to end a long scoring drought away from home. Jimmy Howard stopped 22 shots. Nyquists goal at 11:40 of the first period ended the Detroits road scoreless run at 194:14. The Red Wings had been shut out for three consecutive away games, a streak equaled in franchise history only by the 1927-28 Detroit Cougars. It was one of those games where a trip to the concession stand was a risky proposition. The first period included three power-play goals in just 53 seconds of man-advantage time. In the second period, Tatar and Ward scored 19 seconds apart. Nyquist finished his hat trick just 42 seconds into the third period. "It was an old-fashioned pond hockey game out there," Howard said. "Every once in a while those games happen. The only thing weve got to take out of this is we found a way to get a point, and a lot of guys played well." Notes: Capitals D Mike Green missed his second consecutive game. He has been evaluated for concussion-like symptoms since getting hurt against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Thursday. ... Capitals F Brooks Laich sat out with a lower-body injury. ... maybe even more than that. Maybe all season I have to take a few blows. .com) - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quickly found themselves a new offensive coordinator, and one thats quite familiar with the NFC South. .com) - Nino Williams posted 18 points and seven rebounds, as Kansas State edged No.REGINA - The Saskatchewan Roughriders scored 28 points off turnovers as they clinched their first home playoff game since 2010 with a 35-14 win Saturday over the B.C. Lions. It was the third straight win for Saskatchewan (11-5), which can now finish no lower than second in the CFLs West Division. The Riders secured at least the chance to host the CFLs West Division semifinal by virtue of holding the tiebreaker against B.C (9-7) in the event of a tie in the standings at seasons end. They could also host the West final should they win their final two games combined with two Calgary losses. Saskatchewan was shaky off the start Saturday with B.C. linebacker Adam Bighill causing both Kory Sheets and Geroy Simon to fumble. The former erased a 41-yard run by Sheets and the latter led to an 11-yard touchdown pass from Thomas DeMarco to Nick Moore, who reached 1,000 yards receiving for the first time on the play. Then it was the Saskatchewan defences turn to shine. DeMarco fumbled under pressure from John Chick and the returning Weldon Brown returned the loose ball 46 yards for a touchdown and a 10-7 Saskatchewan lead. Middle linebacker Mike McCullough created his first turnover of the game on the very next play when he forced B.C. running back Stefan Logan to fumble at the end of an 11-yard run, setting up a 14-yard field goal from Chris Milo. Two plays later, DeMarco threw over the middle right into the arms of Rideers halfback Carlos Thomas, leading to a 20-yard touchdown pass from Darian Durant to Weston Dressler. On the play after that Courtney Taylor was stripped by McCullough near midfield. Dressler then caught a 42-yard pass from Durant to set up a one-yard TD run from Sheets and a 27-7 lead. And just when it looked like things couldnt get worse for the Lions, B.C. turned the ball over for the fourth time in five plays. Taylor bobbled a catch on the first play from scrimmage and linebacker Craig Butler made a diving grab for the interception near midfield. Milo missed the ensuing field-goal attempt but the ball went deep enough for a single, and he nailed a 15-yard kick before halftime to extend the lead to 31-7. Milo had kicked his longest score, from 30 yards out, on Saskatchewans third possession of the game to get the Riders on the board. The Lions let Saskatchewan know they were still alive when Lin-J Shell intercepted Durant in the third and turned that into a seven-yard TD catch by Shawn Gore, but Ricky Schmitt added a punt single for the Riders to close out the scoring. Tristan Jackson and Dwight Anderson added interceptions for Saskatchewan in the fourth quarter, and B.C. turned the ball over on downs late in the quarter allowing Milo to kick a 38-yard field goal to put the game away. Durant finished 13-of-29 passes for 187 yards. DeMarco was also 13 for 29, but for 147 yards. NFL Jerseys China cheap jerseys ' ' ' 
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