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TORONTO - As many of his teammates departed for warm, sunny destinations over the Olympic break, David Clarkson decided to spend the majority of his time at home in Toronto, working to get himself in a position to finish what otherwise has been a forgettable season on the right foot. PJ Tucker Jersey . "Just at home with my daughter dressing up as a princess and bossing me around but I was home with the family, went away quickly, but was mainly just home with my wife and daughter," said Clarkson. Having already missed 21 of 60 games this season being in and out of the lineup due to two suspensions and two different injuries (foot and elbow), additional time off was the last thing Clarkson felt he needed. "I think Ive had enough of a break this year," he laughed, "but Im ready to go here to finish this season the right way." Instead of time off, Clarkson dedicated himself to a workout schedule in an effort to sustain the improvement in his play in the week leading up to the Olympic break. "Especially with the year, the way its gone for me, when you go through a tough time, sometimes youve got to dig deep and find a way to get back to work and try to stay healthy." So far, Clarksons off-ice work over the break has paid off, at least in the eyes of his head coach. "He worked out and maintained a high level of conditioning and its shown here during this mini camp," Randy Carlyle praised, singling Clarkson out after putting his team through another high tempo practice with a heavy emphasis on battle drills designed to ensure the team hits the ground running when they resume their schedule on Thursday night against the New York Islanders. Reunited with Nazem Kadri and Joffrey Lupul on a line in the second last game before the Olympic break in Tampa Bay, Carlyle was impressed with the trios performance against the Lightning and the following game against the Vancouver Canucks. The three had played together most recently for a couple of games at the end of November before various injuries and suspensions kept them apart. "We think the combination of Kadri, Lupul and Clarkson have been a real strong force for us over the last little while and theres no reason to change that," said Carlyle. "We think they should be challenging the Bozak, Kessel and van Riemsdyk lines for minutes, offensive minutes." Likely more of a challenge than an expectation given the tear that the JVR-Bozak-Kessel unit was on heading into the break, an element of consistent production from that group would be welcomed to take some of the onus off the top line. Clarkson seems to be pleased with the chemistry developing among his linemates so far. "I think playing with those two, we made a lot of good plays," he said. "We were in the other teams zone, we were doing a lot and I think it was the healthiest Ive felt since coming back off the elbow (injury)." Signing a seven-year, $36.75 million deal to play in his hometown last summer, the expectations were high, probably too high to legitimately expect them to be met. At that price, production is expected in the range of 20 to 30 goals and 55-65 points. But Clarkson is not a player who will consistently reach those targets. He knows the criticism has been abundant. "In sports, I think you have to blank some stuff out whether its what people are saying or whats going on," said Clarkson. "As a player you go through ups and downs and its how you come out of it and how you handle it. You work hard through those times to get stronger and better." Finally healthy, a strong performance down the stretch could go a long way in helping to silence some of his critics and erase the disappointment of the first three quarters of the season. It promises to be tough, hard sprint to the finish and its type of hockey Clarkson wouldnt want any other way. "This is playoff hockey," he said, "the rest of the season is what its all about." Luc Mbah a Moute Jersey .J. -- Richard Sherman, Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch deservedly draw the attention for what theyve done in getting the Seattle Seahawks to the Super Bowl. Steve Francis Jersey . -- LaMarcus Aldridge returned to the Trail Blazers lineup, happy to know that things didnt go awry without him. http://www.therocketsofficial.com/Authentic-Chris-Paul-Rockets-Jersey/ . Patty Mills scored 15 points, Tim Duncan had 10 points and 11 rebounds in limited minutes, and San Antonio trailed for only 11 seconds late in the first quarter of a 103-90 victory over Portland on Wednesday night.Tuscaloosa, AL (SportsNetwork.com) - Blake Sims and Amari Cooper led Alabama to a win in the highest-scoring Iron Bowl ever, giving the Crimson Tide a fresh memory in their fierce rivalry with Auburn. The Kick Six was so last year. Cooper had 13 catches for an Iron Bowl-record 224 yards and scored on three of Sims four touchdown passes as second-ranked Alabama rallied for a 55-44 win over No. 15 Auburn on Saturday night. Sims overcame three interceptions to pass for 312 yards in the thrill-a-minute game, which came almost a year to the day after Chris Davis 109-yard touchdown return off a missed field goal gave Auburn an instant-classic win over then-No. 1 Alabama to ruin the Crimson Tides national title hopes. This year, Alabama (11-1, 7-1 SEC) clinched the Western Division title and a spot in the conference championship game before it even took the field after Mississippi State lost to Ole Miss earlier Saturday. The Crimson Tide, who are likely to retain their No. 1 spot in the College Football Playoff rankings, will face Eastern Division winner Missouri next Saturday in Atlanta. Sammie Coates had four catches for a career-high 153 yards in the first half and the Tigers (8-4, 4-4) scored 17 points off three Sims interceptions to hold a 33-21 lead four minutes into the second half. But Alabama outscored them 34-11 the rest of the way with Cooper catching touchdown passes of 39 and 75 yards in the third quarter and Sims scrambling for the go-ahead touchdown early in the fourth. Alabama snapped a six-game losing streak to ranked Auburn teams, winning such a matchup for the first time since 2001. Coates finished with five catches for 206 yards and two touchdowns and Nick Marshall passed for 456 yards and three touchdowns, with the third one going to Quan Bray. Marshalls 255 yards passing and two touchdown throws in the first half had Alabama on its heels, but his third-quarter interception led to the Crimson Tides go-ahead touchdown. Alabama has won seven games in a row since losing to Ole Miss on Oct. 4. But it took Nick Sabans players more than a half to really get going in this one. We havent played a lot of games where we give up 44 points and win. Thats not our style. We obviously have to do a better job, said Saban, whose team was out-gained 383 yards to 178 in the first half. Sometimes you can misplace your emotions in a rivalry game, Saban said. Our team was as fired up as weve been but I think it was misplaced emotion. ... You have to be confident thats the way to win a game. We had a lot of emotions but we werent channeling them in the right way. We did a better job of that in the second half. While the first half belonged to Coates and Auburn, the game belonged to the Heisman Trophy hopeful Cooper and Alabama. Auburns Daniel Carlson kicked his fifth field goal of the game with 3:30 remaining in the third quarter. But Alabama struck on the next play from scrimmage when Cooper blew past Jonathon Mincy on the right side for his 75-yard touchdown catch to get the Crimson Tide within 36-34. Cooper had sevenn catches for 164 yards in the second half. Robert Horry Jersey. Safety Nick Perry intercepted Marshalls overthrown pass five plays into the ensuing drive and Alabama took the lead for the first time since the second quarter when Sims scored on an 11-yard run two plays into the fourth quarter. Sims two-point conversion pass to DeAndrew White in the front of the end zone gave the Crimson Tide a 42-36 lead. They pushed it to 12 points on Whites 6- yard touchdown catch with 8:05 remaining and a good two-point try. Derrick Henry added a 25-yard touchdown run for Alabama and Corey Grant scored Auburns last points on a 5-yard run. Earlier, three explosive catches by Coates in the first half helped Auburn take its 26-21 lead at the break. His second touchdown, on a 68-yard bomb from Marshall, after Alabama gambled on fourth down at the 1-yard line and scored a touchdown to take the lead. Now up 23-21, Auburn intercepted Sims for the second time with 37 seconds left in the half. Johnathan Fords pick led to a 40-yard pass play to Coates from Marshall, who lined up wide and got the ball on a pitch. It set up Carlsons season-high fourth field goal, a 20-yarder. Jonathan Jones intercepted Sims two plays into the third quarter and Auburn pushed its lead to 33-21 on Marshalls 5-yard touchdown pass to Bray. Alabama then pulled within 33-27 when Sims hit a wide-open Cooper down the middle for a 39-yard touchdown, but the point-after kick was blocked. Three hundred and sixty-four days after the Kick Six, Alabama began the 79th Iron Bowl with a botched opening kickoff when Adam Griffith booted the ball 21 yards and out of bounds. But Roc Thomas dropped what was ruled to be a lateral pass on Auburns first play and Alabama recovered the fumble, leading to T.J. Yeldons 8-yard score 2:13 into the game. Alabama also scored on Sims 17-yard pass to Cooper in the first quarter and stopped Auburn three times inside the 10-yard line in the first 19 minutes of the game, leading to three Carlson field goals. I think the name of the game was we got into the red zone and kicked field goals, said Auburn coach Gus Malzahn. We didnt score touchdowns. Sims completed his first five passes, but the sixth was intercepted by Jermaine Whitehead, setting up Marshalls 34-yard touchdown pass to Coates to give Auburn a 16-14 lead with 10:16 left in the first half. Later, Alabamas gamble on fourth down paid off when Yeldon scored his second touchdown through the right side of the line to make it 21-16. Game Notes Auburns Dhaquille Williams had a team-high seven catches for 121 yards ... Yeldon rushed for 127 yards on 19 carries ... Alabamas last win over a ranked Auburn team was a 31-7 victory over the No. 17 Tigers on Nov. 17, 2001 ... Punter JK Scott took over kickoff duties for Alabama after Griffiths mistake ... Following the Kick Six last year, Auburn beat Missouri in the SEC title game but lost to Florida State in the final BCS National Championship Game, the first time in five years that the winner of the Iron Bowl didnt also win the national title. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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