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ANAHEIM, Calif. -- After two emotional road wins last week, Corey Perry and the Anaheim Ducks made sure the near-inevitable letdown at home didnt last longer than two periods. The New York Islanders letdown is in its third miserable week and counting. Perry scored two goals and captain Ryan Getzlaf extended his point streak to 12 games in the Ducks 5-2 victory over the spiraling Islanders on Monday night. Cam Fowler had his first career short-handed goal and two assists as the Ducks overcame two early deficits to improve to 11-0-2 at Honda Center. They are the only NHL team without a regulation loss at home. The Ducks returned home on a high after consecutive victories in St. Louis and Chicago, cementing their status as a contender with four straight strong performances against the Western Conferences best. After just one day off, the Ducks started sluggishly against the Islanders before Fowler and Perry put them ahead with spectacular goals in the final 33 seconds of the second period. "Were only human, and we knew last week was a big emotional week for us," said Perry, who scored a goal in his sixth straight game. "Those were big games for us, but we had to get ourselves up for this one, as well." Fowler converted on a 3-on-1, short-handed rush before Perry scored his 19th goal of the season in jaw-dropping fashion -- from his knees with 1.7 seconds left after getting tripped in the slot. "I knew what I wanted to do," said a grinning Perry, who added a power-play goal in the third to clinch the sixth 20-goal season of his career. Andrew Cogliano also scored, Daniel Winnik had three assists, and Jonas Hiller made 35 saves as Anaheim pulled even with Chicago atop the overall NHL standings with 47 points. While Perry matched the NHLs longest goal-scoring streak of the season, Getzlaf extended the leagues longest active point streak -- but only after the Ducks leaders blistered their teammates ears after a lacklustre first period. "We werent ready for them," Anaheim coach Bruce Boudreau said. "But it seemed like every time they were outplaying us, we got a goal. We hung around just long enough to get our legs, and once we got to 4-2 on the same shift, I think it took the heart out of them a little bit." Saku Koivu added his first goal in nearly two months in the Ducks third consecutive win and the Islanders 10th straight loss. John Tavares and Thomas Vanek scored for the Islanders, who also have lost 10 consecutive road games since Nov. 1. Anders Nilsson stopped 26 shots for New York, but the Ducks overcame two early deficits in the Isles third straight loss to open a five-game Western road trip. Defenceman Thomas Hickey figured New York was undone by its lapses in the final minute of the second period. "It stings. It really stings," Hickey said. "Being in a tie game, or even being down one going into the third, would have been ideal." At 0-8-2 since Nov. 16, New York is on its longest skid since dropping a club-record 14 straight in 2010. The Islanders also have been outscored 43-16 on their longest road losing streak since the 1998-99 season. "We generate a lot, but we cant score," Islanders coach Jack Capuano said. "I dont know what to tell you. We get chances that other teams score on when they get them. Right now, the Johnny Tavares line is the only line thats finding the back of the net, and then everything gets magnified." Tavares put the Islanders ahead with his 12th goal early, but Koivu evened it several minutes later. The Finnish centre hadnt scored since Oct. 10, missing 15 games during that stretch with an apparent concussion. Vanek scored off a faceoff early in the second period, but Cogliano tied it again with an easy goal off an exceptional assist by Winnik, who threaded a no-look backward pass through three Islanders. NOTES: Anaheim D Mark Fistric left late in the game with an upper-body injury. ... The Islanders put C Pierre-Marc Bouchard on waivers before the game. He had nine points and a minus-9 rating in 28 games. ... Anaheim scratched RW Kyle Palmieri. The gifted forward is in a 15-game goal drought, managing just two assists in that stretch. Gerald Everett Womens Jersey .C. -- North Carolina State coach Mark Gottfried said his team had a "golden" opportunity to help its NCAA tournament chances. John Johnson Jersey . With a win tonight, Buehrle will match Yankees ace Masahiro Tanaka for the most wins in the majors with 11. Buehrle is 10-4 with a 2.32 earned run average, but has lost his last three starts, including a 7-3 setback at Yankee Stadium last Wednesday. http://www.ramsauthenticshop.com/Josh-Reynolds-Rams-Jersey/. Will Venable and Ryan Ludwick drove in a run each for the Padres, who have taken six of their last seven contests and clinched their third straight series win after winning the first two in this set. Clayton Richard (4-9) allowed five hits and a pair of runs over seven innings, while fanning five. John Johnson Rams Jersey .com) - The Vancouver Canucks hope an upcoming stretch of home games will be enough to get the club into the postseason. John Johnson Youth Jersey . The Boston Celtics hadnt played since the All-Star break. So the Suns 100-94 victory over Boston Wednesday night was an uphill affair, with Phoenix relying on balance rather than its trademark high energy. ISTANBUL, Turkey -- Wesley Sneijder scored a late goal Wednesday to help Galatasaray advance to the knockout stage of the Champions League with a 1-0 win over Juventus in a weather-delayed match. The former Inter Milan midfielder scored in the 85th minute in snowy conditions, eliminating Juventus from the competition. Didier Drogba flicked a long ball to Sneijder on the right of the penalty area and the Netherlands international shot through Juventus defender Leonardo Bonuccis legs and into the far bottom corner. The match had been abandoned in the 32nd minute on Tuesday because of hail and snow. The field was cleared of snow before the restart but the efforts had left it in poor condition. Juventus coach Antonio Conte and Drogba complained to the referee at halftime. "It was difficult to play the ball and I think it would have been better not to play as I said before the match," Galatasaray coach Roberto Mancini said. "It was an open game in the end and we deserved to win because we were more aggressive." Both teams struggled, especially when the snow began to fall heavily again, and chances were scarce. "It was impossible to play last night and no one wanted to. I didnt think it was right to play today either," Mancini said. "But it was impossible to suspend the game at the end of the first half, but I agree with Conte because it was impossible -- or almost -- to play and it wasnt a game of football." Galatasaray had to win to progress to the last 16, while Juventus needed only a point to secure its advancement from Group B, which was won by Real Madrid.dddddddddddd However, the Italian team was without playmaker Andrea Pirlo, who is out with damaged knee ligaments. "We tried to have the game postponed," Conte said. "There was a meeting with the UEFA delegate in which we explained the game was dangerous but maybe no one wanted to wait. "At halftime, I said to the referee that it wasnt safe. Drogba at a certain point told me its the same thing for both teams, but it wasnt, because we wanted to play football." Juventus had had the better of the opportunities on Tuesday, with Fernando Llorente going closest to putting the Italian side in front. The Spaniard controlled a cross from Arturo Vidal before volleying just wide of the left post. Galatasarays best chance fell to Drogba, who sent a free kick over the wall but wide, although Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon looked to have it covered. Both teams clearly struggled when the match resumed and they resorted to attempting long passes as the ball kept stopping in the slush. Galatasaray appeared to be dealing with the conditions better than Juventus as the snow began to again fall heavily and Sneijder almost broke the deadlock in the 54th but he shot over. "I have to praise the lads, they gave everything," Conte said. "We were punished in a huge way because were a team which plays with the ball. 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