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PHILADELPHIA -- Ryan Kesler needed a lucky bounce and an empty net for the easiest V
PHILADELPHIA -- Ryan Kesler needed a lucky bounce and an empty net for the easiest Vancouver goal of the season. Yeezy 700 V2 Inertia Italia . Its the kind of break a team needs sometimes to win on the road. And just the latest blunder that has Philadelphia mired at the bottom of the Eastern Conference. Kesler followed the empty-netter with the second of his two goals with 2:25 left in the third period to lead the Vancouver Canucks to a 3-2 win over the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday night. The Canucks won for the second time this season when trailing after two periods. "You want to get those under your belt early and establish yourself as a resilient group," Kesler said. "We did that again tonight." Chris Higgins also scored for Vancouver and Roberto Luongo made the win stand with 20 saves. Tye McGinn scored both goals for the Flyers, who dropped to 1-6. The Flyers are the only team in the NHL that has yet to score at least three goals in a game this season. Higgins and Kesler and each scored in the third period to rally Vancouver. The Flyers fell to 1-3 under coach Craig Berube. "Were kind of sitting back and waiting for something bad to happen," Berube said. It did in the third. Higgins fired a shot off Steve Mason and Kesler pounced to score past the sprawled Flyers goalie for the winner. The Canucks tied it 2-2 early in the third when Henrik Sedin fed Higgins for a one-timer and his first goal of the season. Each team struggled to generate offence. The Canucks failed to crack 20 shots until midway through the third and the Flyers didnt attempt their 20th until the final minutes. The Flyers took only one shot on two power-play attempts, and their special teams unit ranks among the worst in the league. "We are scared to make something happen on the ice," Flyers forward Jakub Voracek. Armed with one of the lowest-scoring offences in the NHL, the Flyers almost broke through early in the first, but Claude Girouxs shot rang off the post. Giroux, once one of the best players in the game, has yet to score this season, though he did pick up his second assist on McGinns second goal. "We are getting better every game, thats how we all look at it. Its a fact," Giroux said. "If anybody knows anything about hockey, theyll know we played a good game tonight. We played our best game, and its a good thing coming right now." McGinn has been impressive since the Flyers brought him up last week. With forwards Scott Hartnell and Vinny Lecavalier out with injuries, the Flyers turned to McGinn and pressed him into service on Girouxs line. He scored against Detroit in his first game back, then showed against Vancouver that he has a knack for positioning himself in the right place at the right time. McGinn backhanded a rebound midway through the first for a 1-0 lead. Philadelphias lead lasted all of 10 seconds. Mason skated behind the net and tried to clear the puck, but it took a funky carom past him and right to a streaking Kesler, who pounded the puck into the empty net for the easy, tying goal. "I didnt see it until it was in the blue paint," he said. "Its just one of those bounces." Mason stopped 22 shots -- just not the one he never saw coming. "Bad bounces happen," he said. "Its just how you respond, and I thought for the most part, we played a pretty good game." McGinn made it 2-1 only 2:10 into the second when he finished off a rush with a poke past Luongo for his third goal of the season. McGinn has a chance to stick around with Hartnell out another two to four weeks with an undisclosed injury. By the time Hartnell and Lecavalier return, the Flyers season could be unsalvageable. Giroux said its too early to give up on the season. "Well start winning games here soon, and when we will, well be back in the playoff race," he said. NOTES: Several Flyers sported pink tape as part of "Hockey Fights Cancer" night. ... The Canucks opened a seven-game road trip, which ends Oct. 25 in St. Louis. ... Sedin scored his 800th career point. ... Vancouver is 3-0 when it allows three goals or less. ... Vancouver won 20 of 35 faceoffs. Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Bianche . Smiths former Atlanta teammates were glad to hang on for an ugly win. Yeezy Boost 700 Italia . -- A deflected pass that landed in DeSean Jacksons hands. http://www.yeezy350v2italia.it/yeezy-boo...ferte.html . -- ETwaun Moore had 14 points in 30 minutes, and the Orlando Magic defeated the Detroit Pistons 87-86 on Sunday night.TORONTO - The Toronto Blue Jays avoided arbitration with pitcher Marco Estrada and Canadian outfielder Michael Saunders on Friday by agreeing to terms on one-year contracts. Estradas deal was worth US$3.9 million while Saunders will earn $2.875 million. Also Friday, the Blue Jays signed infielder Munenori Kawasaki to a minor-league contract with an invite to spring training and outrighted right-hander Cory Burns to triple-A Buffalo. Estrada, a 31-year-old right-hander, was 7-6 with a 4.36 earned-run average last season with the Milwaukee Brewers. The Blue Jays acquired him Nov. 1 in a trade for first baseman Adam Lind. Estrada made 18 starts and 21 relief appearances last year, when he made $3,365,500. He is 23-26 with a 4. Yeezy 700 V2 Static Italia. 23 ERA over seven seasons with Washington and Milwaukee. Saunders, a 28-year-old Victoria native, was acquired Dec. 3 in a trade with Seattle. The Mariners picked up pitcher J.A. Happ in the deal. Saunders made his major-league debut with the Mariners in 2009 and spent parts of six seasons with the team. He earned $2.3 million in an injury-plagued 2014 season, when he hit .273 with eight homers and 34 RBIs. Over 553 career big-league games, Saunders has a .231 average with 51 homers and 182 RBIs. Kawasaki hit .258 and had 17 RBIs in 82 games with the Blue Jays last season. Burns spent last season in the minor leagues at the double-A and triple-A level. ' ' '

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