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NEW YORK (AP) — After the New York Rangers squandered another late lead at home Andrew Shaw Jersey , goalie Henrik Lundqvist was at a loss for words.Pierre-Luc Dubois scored 31 seconds into overtime and the Columbus Blue Jackets beat New York 4-3 on Thursday night for their fifth straight victory.Columbus tied the game with less than three minutes left in regulation, and the Rangers lost in extra time for the fifth time in their last six home games.“It’s really frustrating. I don’t know what to say anymore,” said Lundqvist, who made 25 saves. “That’s how it’s been going the last few weeks. It’s only on us.”The Rangers took a 3-2 lead on Chris Kreider’s second goal of the game at 12:06 of the third period and appeared to go ahead by two several minutes later on a goal by Ryan Strome, but Columbus coach John Tortorella challenged the play and it was ruled offside.Blue Jackets defenseman Zach Werenski then tied it at 17:40 when he scored his seventh of the season after the puck went back to him at the point and he fired it past Lundqvist.The 20-year-old Dubois won it with his 14th goal of the season.“We found a way,” Tortorella said.Backup goaltender Joonas Korpisalo finished with 19 saves for Columbus.The teams played a generally haphazard and at times listless game after the three-day Christmas break. And once again, the victory margin was narrow. Sixteen of the last 18 games between the Rangers and Blue Jackets have been decided by one or two goals.“I thought both teams didn’t have a whole lot of juice,” said Tortorella, the former Rangers coach. “We have to try to keep getting better each day.”Columbus struck first when Oliver Bjorkstrand scored at 9:17 of the first. Bjorkstrand took a pass from Boone Jenner and beat Lundqvist with a shot from the faceoff circle to the goaltender’s right. Cam Atkinson also had an assist.Jimmy Vesey tied it for the Rangers at 13:59 with his 10th of the season. Vesey took a pass from Kevin Hayes on a 2-on-1 break before tapping the puck past Korpisalo. With the assist, Hayes extended his point streak to eight games. Vladislav Namestnikov also assisted.Columbus went ahead 2-1 when David Savard’s long-range shot from the right circle beat Lundqvist at 16:08. The goal was the second for the Blue Jackets’ defenseman. Bjorkstrand and defenseman Scott Harrington assisted.The Rangers tied it with a power-play goal by Kreider at 1:45 of the second. Kreider deflected a soft shot from the point by Mats Zuccarello. Hayes also added another assist. The 26-year-old forward leads the Rangers with 31 points.Hayes has five goals and 10 assists during his eight-game scoring streak and also has nine points in his last nine games against Columbus.“When you lose http://www.officialcanadiensprostore.com/authentic-adidas-antti-niemi-jersey , no one is happy,” Hayes said. “You want to get two points every night.”The Rangers were coming off a 3-2 home shootout loss to Philadelphia on Sunday. Starting with a Dec. 2 shootout loss to Winnipeg, their home woes have escalated and also included overtime losses to Arizona and Vegas.The Rangers have points in seven straight home games but only two of them wins, going 2-0-5 during that stretch. New York is 3-6-5 overall since Nov. 23.And with a 4-10-2 road record, they are facing seven of their next nine games away from home — where they haven’t won in regulation yet this season.“We certainly can’t let this get in the way of us moving on,” coach David Quinn said. “The bottom line is we had chances to do things right. That’s the only thing we can control. We didn’t execute what we were supposed to do.”Korpisalo made his first start since Dec. 11, when he lost 3-2 to Vancouver. Columbus had been 5-0-1 since behind starter Sergei Bobrovsky.“We were a little inconsistent. It was one of those games where it was lucky for us to get the last goal,” Bjorkstrand said. “These are huge points. They will mean a lot at the end of the season.”NOTES: Korpisalo also played in the previous game between the Rangers and Blue Jackets when New York won 5-4 in a shootout at Columbus on Nov. 10. … The Rangers and Blue Jackets meet again Jan. 13 in Columbus and April 5 at Madison Square Garden. … The Rangers scratched defenseman Tony DeAngelo and injured forward Jesper Fast. … New York again played without defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk, sidelined with a shoulder injury sustained Dec. 10 against Tampa Bay. … Columbus scratched defenseman Dean Kukan and forward Lukas Sedlak.UP NEXTBlue Jackets: Host the Toronto Maple Leafs on Friday.Rangers: Visit the Nashville Predators on Saturday. PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Megan Lincoln couldn’t put her son into hockey right away when he wanted to play.She didn’t have the time to take off from work to shuttle him to practice or the money to pour into a traditionally expensive sport.“Nothing is cheap,” Lincoln said. “There’s nothing about hockey that is cheap. Maybe some laces.”But Reggie Hunter became a hockey player when the family found out Snider Hockey was offering free equipment and instruction 20 minutes from their New Jersey home. He learned to play multiple positions over time as his great-grandfather drove him to and from the rink in Pennsauken. That was seven years ago. Hunter Authentic Artturi Lehkonen Jersey , now 21, went on to play junior hockey.Many families wrestle with the time and money needed to play youth sports, but those challenges can be even more significant when it comes to hockey, with all of its equipment and rinks that are sometimes far away. For the less wealthy, having a child who dreams of hockey can look like a nightmare.“The challenge is that hockey is a very unique sport and it’s a very expensive sport,” said NHL diversity ambassador Willie O’Ree, who broke the league’s color barrier in 1958. “To go into a sport shop and outfit a 10- to a 13-year-old boy or girl, it costs about $800, and a lot of these families, they just can’t afford the money.”The cost of protective equipment Carey Price Jersey , sticks and ice time is one factor that keeps hockey lagging behind sports such as basketball and soccer in the U.S. among minority children. Snider Hockey program director Dan Rudd estimates the expenses of travel hockey alone can cost a family $2,000-$3,000 a year.Steps are being taken to address those concerns, including programs like Snider Hockey in Philadelphia, Detroit Ice Dreams and Hockey is for Everyone, Future Goals and Learn to Play from the NHL and NHL Players’ Association. Many outfit kids with all they need to get on the ice.Detroit Ice Dreams vice president and program manager Cynthia Wardlaw likened the cost of her children playing hockey to a car bill or a mortgage bill.“I would’ve never been able to afford hockey if it wasn’t for a program like this because it wouldn’t have ever fit in my budget,” Wardlaw said. “No matter how much my kid might’ve enjoyed it or liked it or loved it, I wouldn’t have been able to afford it. We have a lot of parents that are thankful for our program because they would’ve never been able to experience the game of hockey because hockey is very expensive.”Neal Henderson, who founded the Fort Dupont Ice Hockey Club in Washington in 1978, said his organization outfits kids from head to foot with safe equipment. Some rinks rely on donated or used equipment that can be passed down from older to younger players.Snider Hockey provides equipment Jeff Petry Jersey Kids , too, as part of almost $5 million in annual expenses. It also helps parents trying to figure out what to buy.“Sometimes the parents don’t have the experience in the sport to understand what to look for, so they need mentors, they need subject matter experts,” said Jim Britt, the since-retired first employee of Snider Hockey. “They need coaching along the way to make sure they know a $500 piece of equipment isn’t necessarily better than a $300 piece of equipment or a $200 piece of equipment.”Coaches are also part-time drivers at Snider Hockey, and parents run carpools for practices and games. Detroit Ice Dreams Founder Jason McCrimmon said he barters with city-run rinks by offering basic classes to get favorable ice time that allows kids to practice and play after school — hours more favorable than early in the morning or late at night.Small-ice practices, where a team needs just a third of the rink, also helps organizations keep costs down.“You divide the dollars you spend on an hour of ice by 60 instead of 20,” Snider Hockey executive vice president Jan Koziara said. “It’s a huge return.”NHL Jonathan Drouin Jersey , NHLPA and USA Hockey assistance goes a long way as the organizations try to grow the game. Henderson believes the onus is still on parents to explore options.“The parents have to make a sacrifice, and they have to make a sacrifice to become involved,” Henderson said. “(A child who asks their parents to play) knows the answer will be they’re too busy or they’ve got to work or they think that the price is too high. They have no idea of cost, and they don’t know what a commitment would be.”
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