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The Montreal Canadiens will try to stave off elimination in front of their 21,273 faithful at the Bell Centre when they host the New York Rangers in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Final. You can listen to the game live on TSN Radio 690 in Montreal or on TSN.ca/Montreal. Also, TSN.ca features live streaming of the post-game news conferences from the Bell Centre. The Rangers grabbed a 3-1 lead in the Eastern Conference Final after Sundays 3-2 overtime victory against the visiting Habs. Martin St. Louis scored at 6:02 of the extra session to help New York take a commanding lead in the best-of-seven set and the Blueshirts hope to close out the series with another win in Montreal. A victory tonight would put the Rangers in the Stanley Cup Final for the first time since 1994 when Mark Messier led the team past the Vancouver Canucks for its most recent championship. "Weve got to take things one period at a time," said Canadiens forward Tomas Plekanec. "The last step for the Rangers is the toughest one to make. Were going to make it hard on them, and were going to use our crowd playing at home. Weve got to take advantage of it." Montreal hopes to stay alive Tuesday and mount a comeback in this series. The Canadiens, who last made it to the Cup Final when they won it all in 1993, have rallied from 3-1 deficits twice over the last decade, in 2004 against the Boston Bruins and against Washington in the opening round of the 2010 playoffs. "By no means are we counting ourselves out," said Habs captain Brian Gionta. "Its a tough loss, its a bitter loss, but at the end of the day were still in this series." If the Canadiens can stave off elimination Tuesday the clubs will reconvene Thursday in New York City for Game 6. Montreal won a 3-2 overtime decision in Game 3 at New York, but the Rangers were the ones celebrating at the end of Sundays OT battle. The Habs tried to clear the puck out of the zone at the left point with several bodies fighting there, but Carl Hagelin was able to keep it in and fed the puck over to the right circle. St. Louis took the pass in the clear and picked his spot, firing a high shot over Dustin Tokarski for the win and a 3-1 lead in the series. "I was tired at the time and I was just hoping hed end the game," said Hagelin. "He did, it was a great shot by him. He didnt have much to shoot at, but he found the spot over the glove." It was the fourth playoff overtime winner of St. Louis career, tying him for the lead among active players with Jaromir Jagr, Patrick Kane and Patrick Marleau. Hagelin posted a goal and an assist, while Derick Brassard, who had missed the previous two games with an upper-body injury, returned to play and added a goal for the Rangers, who saw Henrik Lundqvist make 27 saves in the win. Francis Bouillon and P.K. Subban scored for the Canadiens, while Tokarski stopped 26 shots in the loss. The Rangers, and St. Louis in particular, were having a frustrating time trying to get the puck past Tokarski, who has been spectacular, while starting Games 2, 3 and 4 in place of injured No. 1 Carey Price. St. Louis had five shots on the young netminder without a goal in Game 3 and he scored the winning goal Sunday on his fifth shot of the night. Late in the second period of Game 4, Tokarski snapped his glove hand to rob St. Louis on a breakaway, but in the extra session the Habs goalie wasnt quick enough to deny the veteran winger. "It was a good hockey game and its just unfortunate that we were on the losing end," said Tokarski. "He had a little time with the puck and picked a corner, I just couldnt get it. The only thing Im going to think about now is coming back on Tuesday and winning that game." Montreal, meanwhile, hopes to help out its goalie by being more opportunistic on offence. The Canadiens scored on just one of eight power-play opportunities in Game 4 and are just 1-for-17 with the man advantage in this series. "We had the opportunity on the power play and we didnt take advantage of it," said Canadiens head coach Michel Therrien. The Rangers hope to have Derek Stepan back in the lineup Tuesday after he sat out Game 4 with a broken jaw suffered on a hit from Montreals Brandon Prust in Game 3. Stepan made the trip to Montreal and skated on Tuesday morning wearing a full face guard on a line with Chris Kreider and Rick Nash. Rangers forward J.T. Miller, who suffered an upper-body injury in the second period on Sunday and did not return, did not travel with the team for Game 5. Prust is serving the second part of a two-game suspension tonight for his hit on Stepan. New York can split the all-time tie in playoff meetings against the Habs with a victory tonight. These clubs have split 14 postseason encounters, with the Rangers winning the last matchup in the opening round of the 1996 playoffs. New York is 6-3 as the road team in this postseason and won Games 1 and 2 of this series at the Bell Centre. The Rangers have won four straight road games and havent lost away from home since dropping Game 2 of the second round in Pittsburgh on May 4. The Habs are 4-3 at the Bell Centre in this postseason. Daniel Norris Tigers Jersey. "We need to make sure that were bulletproof," Rosberg said after Daniel Ricciardo passed the hobbled Silver Arrow with two laps to go to win the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday. "Having lost the win, thats very, very disappointing, definitely, and also disappointing for us as a team. Miguel Cabrera All Star Jersey. 2 Juan Ignacio Chela both overcame one-set deficits to win their quarter-finals at the Vina Del Mar VTR Open on Friday, giving Argentine players three of the four semifinal berths. http://www.baseballtigersonline.com/anthony-gose-tigers-jersey/. Tuukka Rask got the 22nd shutout of his career -- probably one of the easiest -- Gregory Campbell and Loui Eriksson scored second-period goals and the Bruins shut down the Capitals 3-0 on Thursday night. Miguel Cabrera Pink Jersey. 11 Ana Ivanovic and American Sloane Stephens, and former world No. Nick Castellanos Tigers Jersey. Goran Dragic, whose breakout season helped the Phoenix Suns make a remarkable transformation, was presented the most improved award at a ceremony Wednesday at US Airways Center. PHILADELPHIA -- Jeremy Maclin gets a second chance to play in Chip Kellys offence. Maclin and the Philadelphia Eagles agreed on a one-year contract, preventing the wide receiver from becoming a free agent next month. Maclin missed the entire 2013 season after tearing his right ACL in training camp. "Im excited to play in Chips offence, Im excited to be able to help this team get to the next level," Maclin said after the deal was announced Friday. "This is a place I can showcase my skills. Im comfortable with my teammates and this is the right spot for me." Maclin said the team offered him a five-year contract, but the two sides couldnt agree on terms. "This is the place I wanted to be," he said. "This is where I was most interested in what was going on. By them offering me a long-term deal, that made me comfortable that I was in their long-term plans." The former first-round pick led the team with 69 receptions for 857 yards and seven touchdowns in 2012. Hes one of eight receivers to in NFL history to have at least 55 catches and 750 yards in each of his first foour seasons in the league.dddddddddddd "Im excited to see Jeremy play in our offence," Kelly said. "You saw the potential of that in the spring and summer but obviously he didnt get an opportunity last year. However, what was great to see was how he was literally here every single day since being injured. You can see he has a passion for the game of football. When he was on the field last spring and summer, you saw his intelligence, you saw his great route-running ability and you saw how tough of a one-on-one match-up he could be." The NFC East champion Eagles had a busy week before signing Maclin on Friday. They gave new deals to wide receiver Riley Cooper and centre Jason Kelce on Thursday and extended All-Pro left tackle Jason Peters contract Wednesday. "Jeremy is an ideal player for our scheme with his combination of size, speed, strength and route-running ability, in addition to his dynamic playmaking talent," general manager Howie Roseman said. "Were happy to see him rehabbing well and to get him under contract for the 2014 season." China Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '