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.com) - The Boston Bruins will try to earn only their second win in December when they visit the Minnesota Wild for Wednesdays battle at Xcel Energy Center. Boston has a 1-4-2 record this month, with both losses after regulation coming in the clubs past two outings. Last seasons Presidents Trophy winners have just 33 points in 2014-15, leaving the Bruins a point out of a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. The Bruins could have a difficult time ending a three-game slide tonight considering Bostons history against Minnesota. The Wild have dominated the Bruins since entering the league as an expansion club in 2000-01, going 12-2-1 in the 15 all-time meetings. Minnesota also boasts a 6-1-1 record as the host in this matchup. Boston lost for the fourth time in the last five encounters with the Wild on Oct. 28, as Minnesota scored three unanswered goals in the third period to take a 4-3 decision at TD Garden. The Wild, however, could be forced to play without either of their top two goaltenders on Wednesday. No. 1 Darcy Kuemper was scratched with an illness before Tuesdays loss in Chicago and he isnt expected to be able to suit up tonight. Niklas Backstrom started Tuesdays contest, but also is said to be dealing with the same stomach issue and he may not be able to go on Wednesday either. John Curry has been recalled from Iowa of the American Hockey League and he could get the start for the Wild. The 30-year-old journeyman made one start for Minnesota in 2013-14. If neither Backstrom or Kuemper is able to suit up, Johan Gustafsson also may be recalled to serve as the backup. Wild defenseman Jared Spurgeon also has missed the last two games with a stomach bug and is questionable for tonight. The Bruins, who are 0-1-2 since captain Zdeno Chara returned from a 19-game absence due to a knee injury, have dropped their last two outings in the shootout phase. After falling in Saturdays 3-2 decision to Ottawa on home ice, the Bs lost by the same score Tuesday in Nashville. Derek Roy recorded the lone goal of the shootout for the Predators as Boston fell in the opener of a three-game road trip. Milan Lucic and Reilly Smith scored once each in regulation for the Bruins. Tuukka Rask came up with 38 saves in the games first 65 minutes, but was powerless to prevent Roys dekes from pulling him out of position before a backhander provided the hosts winning margin. This is an important road trip for us and it would have been really nice to get that extra point, said Smith. Backup netminder Niklas Svedberg could get the start tonight in net. Svedberg is 3-4-0 with a 2.28 goals against average in nine games this season, but has never faced the Wild. The Wild have lost two of their last three games and fell 5-3 in Chicago on Tuesday. Patrick Kanes late power-play goal was the game-winner for the Blackhawks, but Minnesota wasnt happy about the call that led to that man advantage. Minnesota defenseman Erik Haula was whistled for hooking with 4:35 left in regulation and Kane scored 67 seconds later to give Chicago a 4-3 lead. The Blackhawks would later seal the game on an empty-net tally from Ben Smith. Four minutes left and (the referee) decides a good hockey game with a weak penalty like that, Haula said. Head coach Mike Yeo seemed to agree with his players assessment of the call. That time in a hockey game in a tie game, a one-handed hook on a dead play, pretty frustrating, Yeo said. Nino Niederreiter scored on a penalty shot for Minnesota, while Marco Scandella and Thomas Vanek also posted goals in the loss. Backstrom gave up four goals on 38 shots. The Wild trailed Chicago 3-1 after 40 minutes before Niederreiter and Scandella drew the club even with goals earlier in the third period. Minnesota hopes to get back in the win column tonight when it begins a four- game homestand. The Wild are 9-3-1 as the hosts this season Boston is 6-7-1 as the guest and will complete this swing Friday in Winnipeg.
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. Top-ranked Rafael Nadal was also taken to three sets but emerged with a 6-3, 6-7 (3), 6-3 win over Tobias Kamke of Germany, while second-seeded David Ferrer joined Murray in making an early exit after a 6-4, 7-5 loss to Daniel Brands of Germany.
. The win puts the final playoff berth in Group A in question. If the Czechs beat Slovakia on Tuesday, they will go through. If they lose, Germany will get the last quarter-final berth. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- The Tampa Bay Rays latest defeat had a little different twist -- four late runs and six hits that left them one run short of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Andrew McCutchen drove in two runs, Jeff Locke pitched into the eighth inning and the Pirates beat the Rays 6-5 on Tuesday night, handing Tampa Bay its 20th loss in 28 games. "The moral victories are not what were looking for right now; were looking for the actual victories," Rays manager Joe Maddon said. "I love the idea that the winning run came to the plate. ... Theres a lot of good things to draw from tonight, but we cant continue to lose this type of game." Russell Martins fourth home run gave the Pirates a 6-1 lead, but Evan Longoria hit a two-run home run off Locke in the eighth. Singles by Logan Forsythe, Desmond Jennings and Brandon Guyer produced two more runs off closer Mark Melancon in the ninth, but Longorida flied out to end it. "We were maybe a hit away or something, but it happens," said Guyer, who scored on Longorias 10th home run in the eighth. "We just have to bring the momentum into the game tomorrow and try to get a win." The Pirates have the NLs best record (27-1Cool since May 6, and moved above .500 (39-3Cool for the first time since starting the season 7-6. McCutchen had an RBI single during a three-run third inning that put the Pirates ahead 4-0. The 2013 NL MVP had two RBIs in Pittsburghs 8-1 win Monday night over the Rays. Locke (1-1) allowed three runs and eight hits over 7 1-3 innings. His night ended with Longorias homer. Melancon got his 13th save. Chris Archer (4-5) gave up five runs and seven hits in seven innings for the Rays. "We lost. We got an L, but we played hard and I dont know that there was much more we could do, other than me not walking two leadoff hitters," Archer said. "That ultimately was the difference in the game." Pirates left ffielder Starling Marte left in the fifth inning with concussion-like symptoms after a head-first slide during a failed stolen base attempt.
. He made contact with Rays second baseman Sean Rodriguez on the play. Gregory Polanco started the game with a walk, stole second and advanced to third on catcher Jose Molinas throwing error, and scored to make it 1-0 on a grounder by McCutchen. Polanco has reached base in all of his 14 games since being recalled from Triple-A Indianapolis on June 10. Tampa Bay got within 4-1 in the fifth when Forsythe hit a two-out triple and Jose Molina followed with an RBI double. Molina, who has two RBIs in 43 games this season, is 2 for 34 with runners in scoring position. Marte hit a run-scoring single and Neil Walker had a sacrifice fly in the third, a three-run inning which started with a walk to Pedro Alvarez. Walker returned after being on the 15-day disabled list since June 9 because of an appendectomy. NOTES: Kevin Kiermaier pinch hit for Rays SS Yunel Escobar in the eighth, partly because of a sore right shoulder than will keep Escobar out of the lineup for Wednesdays series finale. ... Pittsburgh manager Clint Hurdle should announce Wednesday when RHP Gerrit Cole (right shoulder fatigue) will return to the rotation. Cole threw a simulated game Monday, which lines him up to start this weekend. ... Tampa Bay C Ryan Hanigan was scratched due to neck stiffness. ... Maddon said RHP Jeremy Hellickson (right elbow surgery) will need at least one more minor league start before returning. ... NASCAR driver Aric Almirola took batting practice and gave Maddon a Rays racing helmet. ... Tampa Bay LHP David Price (5-7) and Pirates RHP Charlie Morton (4-Cool are Wednesdays scheduled starters. Price, the subject of trade speculation, said he has thought about the situation and its the reason why hes been in a "bad mood" recently.
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