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  • February 22, 2019
    ST. [b]Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys[/b] . LOUIS -- The St. Louis Blues acquired Ryan Miller for moments such as these. Miller stopped 31 shots and kept the net empty in a shootout, too. He was precisely as advertised, a goalie that be a difference-maker when theres no room for mistakes. "Millsy standing on his head -- thats what we brought him here to do," forward T.J. Oshie said after the Blues outlasted the Philadelphia Flyers 1-0 on Tuesday night and matched the franchise record with their 51st win. "There were some saves where you feel like youre about to put your head down because its going to go in the net, and he seems so calm and just sticks his pad out and saves it." Miller is 10-3-1 with a 2.01 goals-against average and .920 save percentage since coming in a trade with Buffalo. Oshie and Kevin Shattenkirk scored in the shootout for the Blues, who have 109 points -- one fewer than Boston for the top spot in the NHL. Theyre 9-3 in the shootout largely because of Oshie, whos an uncanny 9 for 12 after converting a backhand, and also put on quite a show at the Sochi Olympics. "Yeah, I knew he was good and I knew what to expect," Ray Emery said. "But he was real quick on that one." Miller earned his 29th career shutout and first in 101 games since March 21, 2012, against Montreal when he was with Buffalo. He made a skate save against Vincent Lecavalier and a glove save on Claude Giroux -- whos 5 for 10 -- in the shootout. Emery, the Flyers backup making just his third start since the beginning of March, earned his 16th career shutout and second this season. "He definitely won us a point tonight," Flyers forward Scott Hartnell said. "In two weeks when the seasons over well see how big that point is." Miller was motivated after giving up four goals in a loss to Dallas on Saturday night, plus the Flyers are a familiar foe from his seasons in Buffalo. Hes 14-13-2 against the Flyers and this was his first shutout against them. "It was a fun night," Miller said. "When the pucks are hitting you, its a lot of fun." It was the third 1-0 shootout victory in Blues history and first since Feb. 1, 2008, against Anaheim. One of Millers best saves came with 1:30 to go in overtime when he stretched out and denied Jakub Voraceks bid to slide the puck under his pads. "At this point in my career, Im just trying to be really calm about everything," Miller said. "No sense letting things get off the rails and panicking too much." Both teams killed penalties in the final five minutes of regulation, with a high-sticking call to Giroux stretching into the first 36 seconds of overtime for Philadelphia. St. Louis penalty killers have allowed three goals on 36 chances the past 12 home games. The Flyers played in St. Louis for the first time since the 2010-11 opener. Miller foiled two breakaways in the opening minutes, one created when defencemen Alex Pietrangelo and Shattenkirk collided. He made an outstanding left pad save on Michael Raffl to thwart a 2-on-1 break early in the second period. Two Blues hit the goalpost in the second period, Jaden Schwartz in the opening minute and Pietrangelo in the final minute. Notes: Flyers D Kimmo Timonen did not make the trip after taking a puck to the chin. Alex Gustafsson played for the first time since Feb. 27. ... The Blues tricked a fan between the second and third periods who was blindfolded at centre ice and then shot several yards wide of the net, telling him hed won $15,000. The fan did a celebratory belly flop on the ice before being told hed been duped. ... The Blues last 0-0 regulation game was March 22, 2012, at Los Angeles, a 1-0 shootout loss. ... The Flyers have been shut out four times. ... The Blues also won 51 games in 1999-2000, when they won the Presidents Trophy. 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Motherwell left-back Steven Hammell is struggling with a knock ahead of Sundays Sky Live finale.Skipper Keith Lasley is suspended while Josh Law (foot) and James McFadden (broken ankle) are still sidelined. Celtics Mikael Lustig is anticpating changes in personnel over the summer One of the issues that may need addressing over the short summer hiatus in the east end of Glasgow is Celtics unwieldy squad; they currently have 22 midfielders on their books - not an ideal recipe for squad harmony, according to Mikael Lustig.There is a lot of players in the same positions and thats maybe one of the weaknesses that we have, he said. Ronny Deila, pictured at the Lennoxtown training complex earlier this week We dont have 11 to 15 players who are always in the first team - there have been a lot of changes between games.We will see what the new manager wants to do with the club. Maybe some will have to go, maybe he will bring in some new players as well. Ronny Deila has some regrets as he prepares to say his goodbyes on Sunday Motherwell manager Mark McGhee meanwhile insists the club are bending over backwards to extend the stays of their out-of-contract senior players. [b]Wholesale NFL Jerseys China[/b]. tephen McManus, Lasley and Hammell have been told the club cannot afford to pay the same deals, while Craig Samson and Scott McDonald are also in talks.Motherwell have lost £2m over the last four seasons and McGhee said: Its not really a take-it-or-leave-it because we are bending over backwards in order to persuade them to stay. Stephen McManus is one Motherwel player out of contract this summer We need a squad next year of 20 and we dont have a generous benefactor sitting in the wings to make up some shortfall. Those days have gone here.We must work with what we have. The offers we have made and, if offers are improved, will be based on real money, on what we can afford without making the club go bust again.As to Sundays game, McGhee insists his side will take succour from their victory at Parkhead before Christmas. He said: We will not be going there with any fear because we know we can give them a game, and because there is nothing to lose: we have got fifth place and there is nothing else to be decided. ' ' '