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MONTREAL -- Montreal Canadiens fans experienced a mixture of pride and dejection on Thursday night after watching their heroes get eliminated from the NHL playoffs. The Habs, the only Canadian team to make this years post-season, saw their Stanley Cup dreams extinguished as the New York Rangers eked out a 1-0 victory in Game 6 of their Eastern Conference final. Although the game was played in New York, the Bell Centre in Montreal was packed once again as the decisive matchup was broadcast on giant screens for a sold-out crowd. Fans emerging from the arena after the game were obviously disappointed but there was no trouble downtown. Helmeted, riot-equipped police stood watch along Ste-Catherine Street but even many of them didnt stay around too long. It was in sharp contrast to the final game of Montreals previous series, against the Boston Bruins, when police lined the street to protect businesses from rowdy fans. On Thursday night, although there was the occasional vocal outburst from unhappy or frustrated fans, Montrealers appeared to accept the defeat as they quietly headed home. Emilie Quilliams, 18, said her disappointment at the playoff exit was tempered by seeing the Canadiens reach the semifinals. "Im still proud of them," she said. "For them to come to the second-to-last round of the playoffs, its something that we havent seen in quite a while, so I was really happy for them." Many fans were already looking ahead to next season, particularly after a gritty playoff performance that included goaltender Dustin Tokarski filling in admirably for starter Carey Price, who was injured early in the Rangers series. Joe Kutlu, 40, heaped praise galore on Tokarski and urged the Canadiens to sign him up. "They bring up a goalie who is a legend right now and hes going to be known and Im guessing a lot of players are really going to admire him for years to come," Kutlu said. Jean-Francois Belisle echoed the sentiments of many fans as he looked at the season with a sense of accomplishment. "Im proud of the Canadiens season, Im not angry," he said. "Obviously, it would have been great to go further but it was a good match, a good series and good playoffs." The Canadiens were a pleasant playoff surprise for their faithful, sweeping the Tampa Bay Lightning in the first round and then defeating the Bruins, the leagues top team, in seven in the next round. The Habs were the last Canadian team to win the Stanley Cup when they defeated the Los Angeles Kings in 1993. The Rangers, who last won the trophy in 1994, will play either the Kings or the Chicago Blackhawks in the final. Thursday nights game was the third time this post-season that Habs fans had been able to attend the Bell Centre to see their team play on the road. 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He opened the season appearing in 14 games and making 12 starts for the Milwaukee Brewers triple-A affiliate in Nashville, posting a 4-2 record with a 1. Yaya Toure Jersey . Tyrell appeared in seven games with the Lightning this year, he had no points in those appearances. The 24-year-old has seven goals and 17 assists in 132 career NHL games, all coming with the Lightning. He was selected in the second round, 47th overall, of the 2007 draft.The Winnipeg Goldeyes battled back to take a late lead Tuesday night, but could not hold on. The Goldeyes saw the gap between them and the second place St. Paul Saints get wider in the North Division after a 9-8 seesaw, eleven inning loss to the Saints. Winnipegs Amos Ramon hit two home runs and drove in three, but while he was the clutch performer in regulation, it was Dan Kaczrowski who was the extra inning hero for the Saints. Kaczrowski, who walked off on the Goldeyes on June 19, drove in the winner on a fielders choice in the 11th inning. Ramons fifth home run of the season started the scoring for the Goldeyes in the first inning. The opposite field solo blast was Winnipeg first home run at home since June 14 against Quebec a stretch of five games. Each team would put up multi-run second innings. The Saints put their first five batters of the inning on base and they would take a 4-1 lead. However, Nick Liles responded for Winnipeg in their half with an RBI single, making it seven straight games he has hit safely in. Nate Samson followed that up with an RBI triple to make it a 4-3 game. Sheldon led off the top of the fourth with a solo home run that just elevated over the wall past a leaping Lentini in centerfield. The Saints would lead 7-3 but in the fifth, Ramon ripped one over the left-field wall for his second home run of the game. Its the first time this season a member of the Goldeyes has rrecorded a multi-homer game.dddddddddddd In the next inning, a trio of two-out hits put the Goldeyes up front for the first time since the opening inning. Ramon came up big again, along with Casey Haerther and Josh Mazzola, to give Winnipeg an 8-7 lead heading into the final three innings. The Goldeyes were one strike away from ending the game in the ninth, but Adam Frost stroked an RBI triple off Winnipeg closer Patrick Keating to tie the game at eight. It was Keatings first blown save of the season in his eighth opportunity. Sheldon reached on an error charged to Ramon to lead off the eleventh inning. He would move up to third and score on Kaczrowskis groundball, which was not hit hard enough for the Goldeyes to turn a double play on. That run would be the decider and the Goldeyes now find themselves four games back of the North Division lead. Kaohi Downing took the loss for Winnipeg to drop to 0-4. He worked both extra innings and got charged with the unearned run in the eleventh. Goldeyes starter Matt Rusch pitched five innings, allowing seven runs while striking out seven. Saints reliever Matt Meyer pitched two innings to earn the win. St. Pauls bullpen did a good job picking up starter Luke Anderson, who only lasted two innings. The two teams meet back at Shaw Park tomorrow in the second game of this four game series. Pete Gehle will get the start for the Goldeyes. Game time is 7 p.m. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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