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DETROIT – The play in question was still running through his head as he stretched in one corner of the cavernous visitors dressing room at Joe Louis Arena. Cameron Meredith Jersey . Jonathan Bernier wondered how a masterful night, one in which he made 31 saves, could still feel a little bit empty afterward. Thats hockey, he said, knowing how slim the margin for error can be sometimes. Bernier stopped every shot but the last one on Saturday night. Henrik Zetterbergs one-timer caromed off the edge of the goaltenders stick, off the post and then into the goal with less than 10 seconds remaining in overtime, the settling marker in what was previously a 0-0 affair between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Detroit Red Wings. And though he claimed error on the play afterward – he didnt actually see Zetterberg until it was too late, over-challenging on the strong side – the 26-year-old could be blamed for almost nothing on this night. He was a difference maker for the Leafs in defeat, delivering the kind of performance that became synonymous with his impressive first season in Toronto – one that saw him eventually wrestle hold of the no. 1 job from James Reimer. It was the kind of response he needed after a disappointing start to the season. He made some outstanding saves when we did make some mistakes, said head coach, Randy Carlyle, and we made some individual mistakes with pucks and gave up some point-blank opportunities, but Bernie stood tall and saved some guys butts. Bernier was hit hard in his first two starts. The Habs and Penguins peppered him for nine goals on 73 shots, a few of the variety he needs to stop. I think he would probably be the first to admit he wasnt too happy with his first couple games, Joffrey Lupul observed. That changed at the Joe following a weeks worth of practice as the understudy to Reimer. Sharp, aggressive, and square to pucks from the outset, he was there to turn aside just about everything the Red Wings could muster. There were consecutive saves on Andrej Nestrasil and Jakub Kindl in the waning moments of the opening frame, a right shoulder stop on Gustav Nyquist point-blank in the middle period, and an enthusiastic glove turn-down of Justin Abdelkader late in regulation. Only Zetterberg, who finished with a Crosby-like five points in the two-game set against Toronto, was able to sneak one by. I just wanted to have a good start, Bernier said, ultimately outdueled by former Leaf, Jonas Gustavsson. [After the] last two I had, that was important for me and for the team to give them confidence that I can be there for them. Bernier, making his first start in a week, used the extra practice time to address his aggressiveness in the crease. He was challenging pucks probably a foot higher on Saturday, fighting harder to see them through the usual maze of traffic. That way, instead of reaching for it then it just hits me, he said. And that was indeed the case against the Red Wings. Shot attempts mostly hit him dead-red, few rebounds living further for Detroit to snare. Reimer drew the start in the previous three for the Leafs, a reaffirmation of the goaltending competition Carlyle pledged to initiate at the start of training camp. That competition is likely to continue for the first half of the season and perhaps longer if both Reimer and Bernier each perform capably as they did until December last winter. Bernier wasnt alarmed after those first two starts. Disappointed, sure, but confident of the progression he would make, a progression that began on this night. Yeah I felt pretty good, he said. I think I just brought my compete level higher and thats what made a big difference. Five Points 1. PK Third-worst in the NHL last season, the Toronto penalty kill has been an early source of strength (especially valued given the ongoing discipline issues). Save a disastrous showing against the Penguins – the Pens scored three that night – the unit has been perfect, killing off all 17 opposing power-plays in the remaining five games. Its a mostly revamped group. Gone are the likes of Jay McClement, Mason Raymond, Carl Gunnarsson, and Paul Ranger, replaced in the offseason by Daniel Winnik, Leo Komarov, Stephane Robidas and Roman Polak. The tandem of Komarov and Winnik has been especially effective, particularly Winnik, yet to be on the ice for a goal against in more than 20 minutes on the kill. They put pressure on the puck down the ice, Carlyle said of Komarov and Winnik, hesitant to heap too much praise. Theyre penalty killers that have plied that trade for a number of years as a pro. If you have that type of will and that type of knowledge and that type of skating ability and understand what it takes to kill penalties [youll have success]. 2. Response Carlyle was troubled by his teams performance in a 4-1 loss to the Wings one night earlier – their defensive play, energy, and will all in question. He asked, as he does from time to time, that the compete level of his group go up more than a few degrees in the rematch Saturday, something he did receive in nearly 65 minutes. For us as a coaching staff we feel that we have to play every game with the desperation in which we played tonight, he said. Thats more along the lines of what its going to take to have any success. We were two different hockey clubs tonight and [Friday] night. Hammered by a relentless Detroit attack in Toronto, the Leafs actually won the possession battle at the Joe – 45-39 at even-strength. They were far more engaged in the proceedings and not quite as messy defensively. We just thought it was a better effort, Lupul said. I thought we won more battles. We were a lot more physical; you could notice us throwing the body around a little bit and stopping progression and just not letting them get quite as comfortable as some of their guys were [Friday]. 3. Faceoffs There were only a handful of regular faceoff men in the NHL who fared worse than Nazem Kadri last season. Of the 83 players who took at least 730 faceoffs, Kadri ranked 78th with a lowly mark of 45.2 per cent. Its a point of needed improvement for the 24-year-old. Though he started strong early this season, Kadri fell back badly in the back-to-back set with Detroit, losing 17 of 24 draws – including 11 of 14 on Saturday. The Leafs were a bad faceoff team as a whole a year ago, ranked 25th overall – only Jay McClement cracking 50 per cent. They were beaten on 60 per cent of the faceoffs on Saturday. 4. Calm Lupul had this assessment on Bernier when he veered into a zone like Saturday: You just see that confidence. Hes really calm in the net and I think sometimes when the other team gets momentum or we get running around a bit he can be a bit of a calming factor back there, stopping pucks and holding them. 5. Early Opportunity Missed? Peter Holland scored seven goals and offered eight assists during the Marlies playoff run last spring. It was thought that such a performance would springboard him toward an established spot in the NHL this fall, but that has not proven the case early on. The 24-year-old didnt register a point in a very quiet preseason and remains empty on the score-sheet through six games. Holland has played limited minutes on the teams fourth line, struggling with faceoffs – just 40.9 per cent after Saturdays game – and possession. Holland has to continue to develop and show us what hes got, Carlyle said. I think he has to find a place that hes comfortable in our lineup and that were comfortable with his contribution. That place is still being determined. Holland, who started the season on the penalty kill before being lifted, returned to those duties against the Red Wings, replacing the injured Brandon Kozun. He played less than seven minutes, however, in defeat. Stats-Pack 0 – Number of power-play goals scored against Daniel Winnik. PK 35-29 – Even-strength possession battle, favouring the Leafs on Saturday. 15-15 – Record for the Toronto penalty kill in the past four games. 3-14 – Faceoff mark for Nazem Kadri against the Red Wings on Saturday. 31-77 or 40% – Leafs in the faceoff circle on Saturday. Special Teams Capsule PP: 0-5 Season: 20.8% PK: 5-5 Season: 86.4% Quote of the Night Its probably better energy than we get back in Toronto. -Joffrey Lupul on the feisty atmosphere between rival fan-bases in Detroit. Up Next The Leafs travel to Long Island to meet the Islanders on Tuesday before heading to Ottawa on Wednesday. Saints Jerseys . Kelli Stack and Alex Carpenter also scored for the Americans, who avoided a repeat of Finlands upset at the Four Nations Cup in Lake Placid, N.Y., in November. Finnish goalie Noora Raty made 58 saves in that one, but the three-time Olympian could stop just 40 of 43 U. DeMario Davis Saints Jersey . Huntington doesnt want to help run the club unless Hurdle is in the dugout. The combination thats returned the franchise to respectability will remain intact for years to come. http://www.authenticsaintssportsonline.com/saints-rick-leonard-gold-jersey/ . Cleveland has won the first two of this set and has won six straight games since losing back-to-back tilts to open the year. Seattle, on the other hand, has now lost six in a row following consecutive wins to kick off its campaign.Kory Sheets has been the CFLs most dominant player this season. The Saskatchewan Roughriders running back is not only leading the league in rushing with 1,149 yards, hes also on pace to become the most dominant single-season runner in league history. Sheets is on pace to finish with nearly 2,300 yards, which would shatter the current mark of 2,065 set in 1998 by former Montreal Alouettes star Mike Pringle. The five-foot-11, 208-pound Sheets is the runaway favourite at the halfway point of the season for the CFLs outstanding player award. Quarterbacks have traditionally dominated the annual vote by the Football Reporters of Canada, winning it 17 times since 1990. Running backs have won it three times over that span, with Pringle doing so twice (1995, 1998). The other was Torontos Mike (Pinball) Clemons in 1990. The hard-running Sheets has helped the Riders (8-1) assume top spot in the ultra-competitive West Division with the CFLs best record. If Saskatchewan can remain there, it would give the squad home-field advantage for the conference final and a shot at reaching the Grey Cup game, which will be played at Reginas Mosaic Stadium. The Riders are attempting to become the third straight team to win the CFL title on home soil following the B.C. Lions in 2011 and Toronto Argonauts last year. Heres a look at the other award favourites heading into the second half of the regular season. Outstanding Canadian Calgary Stampeders running back Jon Cornish is putting together a record-setting season of his own. The veteran from New Westminster, B.C., was the CFLs top Canadian in 2012 after rushing for a league-high 1,457 yards -- the most ever by a Canuck. He has already run for 809 yards -- second only to Sheets -- in 2013 despite missing a game with a thigh contusion. Earlier this season against Winnipeg, Cornish ran for 175 yards and scored a career-high four TDs, earning CFL offensive player and top Canadian weekly honours. Also worth watching is Winnipeg linebacker Henoc Muamba (57 tackles). Outstanding Rookie Receiver Craig Ellingson is having a season to remember. The six-foot-three, 197-pound rookie from Florida International is not only the Ticats receiving leader with 41 catches for 632 yards and four touchdowns, but stands fourth in the CFL. Elllingson was impressive during Hamiltons training camp and hasnt missed a beat midway through his first CFL campaign, quickly becoming a favourite target of league passing leader Henry Burris. Marcus Davenport Saints Jersey. Also worth watching is Brett Jones, Calgarys starting centre. Outstanding Lineman A big part of Saskatchewans offensive success this season is the clubs offensive line and the anchor is veteran guard Brendon Labatte. The Riders certainly had high expectations for the six-foot-four, 323-pound native of Weyburn, Sask., when they signed him as a free agent prior to last season. He leads a front wall that not only creates running lanes for Sheets but also gives quarterback Darian Durant time to look downfield. Theres a reason why the Riders lead the CFL in rushing yards and total offensive yards. But also worth noting is Riders tackle Ben Heenan. The six-foot-four, 310-pound former Regina Rams star was taken first overall in the 2012 CFL draft and started 12 games that year at guard. The second-year pro was shifted to tackle this season and hasnt looked out of place. Outstanding Defensive Player Linebacker JC Sherrit won this award last year after recording a league-record 130 tackles. At the halfway point of this campaign, Montreal linebacker Chip Cox has 71 tackles, putting him on pace to shatter Sherrits mark. The five-foot-nine, 185-pound Cox has also registered three sacks and an interception and is enjoying his best CFL season. Last year, the former Ohio University star recorded a career-high 82 tackles. Also worth watching are defensive lineman Alex Hall of Winnipeg (league-best 11 sacks) and Charleston Hughes of Calgary (eight sacks). Outstanding Special-Teams Player Hes the CFLs leading scorer with 106 points, but what set Calgary Stampeders kicker Rene Paredes apart from the others was his incredible streak of 39 straight successful field goals. That run ended in Calgarys 35-14 road win over Toronto on Aug. 23 when Parades failed to convert from 22 yards out. Its the only field goal Paredes has missed in 27 attempts. Parades broke Paul McCallums CFL record of 30 straight field goals July 29. In his third season with Calgary, Parades is 101 of 115 career attempts (87.8 per cent) and made 40-of-43 tries last year (93 per cent). 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