DALLAS -- The Vancouver Canucks used a third-period rally to stop their losing streak. Jason Garrison and Henrik Sedin scored third-period goals to help the Canucks overcome a 2-1 second-period deficit en route to a 4-3 victory over the Dallas Stars on Thursday. Alex Burrows and Kevin Bieksa also scored for the Canucks, who ended a three-game losing streak (0-1-2), including a 4-3 decision to the Stars in which they squandered a 3-1 lead in Vancouver on Feb. 15. "I think it was important for our team to put together a better two-way effort and I thought we did that tonight," Canucks coach Alain Vigneault said. "Even though we started off on our heels a little bit, I thought the guys responded after that." And despite giving up the first goal just 35 seconds into the game, Cory Schneider bounced back and made 22 saves for the win. "Its never good to give up a goal in the first minute of the game, so it was good to show some resilience and we didnt crack under that," Schneider said. "It was nice to sort of return the favour and come back on them a couple of times in their building." Jamie Benn, Michael Ryder and Brenden Morrow scored for Dallas, which lost for the third time in its past four games. "I thought that we had chances to get ahead and maybe stay ahead, but we didnt convert," Dallas coach Glen Gulutzan said. "But overall, I thought that our work ethic was strong tonight and we improved certainly some of the things weve had for a couple of days in practice but its a result-based business and we didnt get the result." Cristopher Nilstorp, who was recalled from AHL Texas on Sunday, stopped 18 shots. "I think we played a really good game. The guys battled hard," said Nilstorp, who is 0-3-0 in his first three NHL starts. "This is a game where you deserved points, but this is hockey and sometimes you play well but you dont get the points, and this is one of those games. Its kind of frustrating." The Canucks broke a 2-2 tie by scoring twice within a 1:46 span early in the third period. Garrison snapped the tie at 2:32 when his slap shot from the left point beat a screened Nilstorp over the blocker for his second goal of the season, giving the Canucks their first lead of the game. Henrik Sedin got his second of the season at 4:18, completing a pretty passing play with Burrows on a 2-on-1 rush with an easy tap-in into an open net to make it 4-2. Dallas pulled within one at 6:07 of the third, when Morrow stripped the puck off Ryan Keslers stick in front of the Canucks goal and quickly swept it past Schneider for his fourth goal. "Obviously that was a tough bounce on that last one, its completely my fault," said Kesler, who had two assists. "Bad bounce, bad luck, whatever you want to chalk it up to, but Ill take credit for that one. I told Schneids that ones on me." The Stars had a late power-play opportunity when Bieksa was whistled for interference at 14:51, but Dallas was unable to muster a shot on goal during the advantage. A Derek Roy hooking penalty with 2:01 remaining effectively negated any chance Dallas had at mounting a late comeback. "Well, we just wanted to get that (equalizer)," said Benn, who has five goals in the past eight games. "Theyre not easy to score, those goals. We kind of take a penalty in there and shoot ourselves in the foot." Benn put the Stars on top just 35 seconds into the opening period with a spectacular goal, his fifth of the season. After picking up the puck at the left point, Benn stickhandled his way through four Canucks, working his way to the right side of the crease before lifting a wrist shot through a tiny opening over Schneiders shoulder. "Hes such a dangerous player," Schneider said. "Hes unpredictable, you dont know if hes going to shoot or make a move like that." Vancouver tied it at 1 on Burrows power-play goal at 8:29. Seconds after Daniel Sedin clanked a one-timer off the crossbar, Burrows camped out in front of the net and managed to deflect Alexander Edlers shot from the left point past Nilstorp. Ryders fifth of the season -- and first in nine games -- pushed the Stars back in front at 2:39 of the second. Just seconds after Nilstorp made a nice pad save on David Booths wrist shot, the Stars raced down the other end and Ryder wound up with the puck in the slot. His backhand found its way through a screen in front and beat Schneider through the pads. The Canucks tied it again at 7:05 when Bieksa notched his fifth goal. With the teams skating 4-on-4, Bieksa beat the Stars defence, held off a poke-check attempt from Philip Larsen and slid a backhand through Nilstorps pads. "It was a bad goal, that second one. Everyone could see that," said Nilstorp. "But you have to move on and focus on the next shot." Each goaltender made outstanding saves later in the second to keep the game at 2-2. Schneider made a nice skate save on Benn at 12:55 and Nilstorp denied Burrows breakaway attempt at 17:35. I saw him at the side, thought maybe he would tip it and sure enough, he pulls it," Schneider said. "Somehow I swung my leg around and got a toe on it. It was a little bit of luck, but I was able to stay with him." Notes: Canucks LW Jannik Hansen served his one-game suspension for his roughing penalty that knocked Chicagos Marian Hossa out of their game on Tuesday. ... Dallas outshot the Canucks 25-22, marking the fifth time in its past six games Dallas outshot its opponent. The Stars had been outshot in each of their first 11 games. ... Former Dallas G Marty Turco was honoured before the game for being voted to the franchises all-time team and received a standing ovation. cheap jerseys wholesale
. Suhs illegal low block in Detroits game on Sunday against Minnesota will be reviewed for potential discipline, NFL spokesman Randall Liu confirmed Monday in an email to The Associated Press. jerseys china
. 4 North Carolina routed Evansville, 97-48. Henson finished with 13 points and 12 rebounds, while Zeller chipped in 12 points and 10 boards for the Tar Heels (7-2), who rebounded after a tough one- point loss to top-ranked Kentucky on Saturday. http://www.chinajerseysnfl.com/. -- Former AL MVP Miguel Tejada has made the Kansas City Royals opening-day roster as a utility infielder. china nfl jerseys
. Johns IceCaps of the American Hockey League. Cormier, 23, appeared in three games with the Jets since being recalled on Oct. china jerseys
.1 million qualifying offers to second baseman Robinson Cano, outfielder Curtis Granderson and pitcher Hiroki Kuroda. Columbus, OH (Sports Network) - For the first 75 minutes of the Real Salt Lake at Columbus Crew Major Leaguer Soccer fixture on Wednesday, it looked like the RSL central defense would be the heroes. Not only did center back Jamison Olave score the games only goal up to that point, but he and partner Chris Schuler did a masterful job of shutting down the Crew attack. But things came unhinged in the final 15 minutes as the Crew earned the 2-1 victory on their home field. It started when Olave took down Justin Meram in the penalty area, drawing a call from referee Ricardo Salazar. Andres Mendoza stepped up and buried the resulting penalty kick to tie the game at one. The Crew got a little lucky on the game-winning goal scored by Josh Gardner eight minutes from time.dddddddddddd. After Mendoza played a ball back, Gardner ripped a hard shot from about 25- yards out that deflected off Schuler before fluttering over RSL goalkeeper Nick Rimando. RSL got the games first goal in the seventh minute when Olave outmuscled Emmanuel Ekpo at the back post on a Nelson Gonzalez corner kick and powered a shot home. RSL (6-3-2) will aim to rebound from the tough loss when it travels to Philadelphia on Saturday, while Columbus (4-3-6) travels to Portland for a clash with the Timbers later the same night in its next MLS fixture. ' ' '