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Jeff Carter, Maxime Lagace help Pittsburgh Penguins clinch home ice in first round top Sabres

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Carter, Lagace help Pens clinch home ice in first round, top Sabres
Jeff Carter scored and Maxime Lagace stopped 29 shots for his first career shutout as the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Buffalo Sabres 1-0 on Saturday, clinching home-ice advantage is the opening round of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
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PITTSBURGH — Jeff Carter scored and Maxime Lagace stopped 29 shots for his first career shutout as the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Buffalo Sabres 1-0 on Saturday.
Lagace, making his first start in more than two years, got his seventh career win, and helped Pittsburgh clinch home-ice advantage in the opening round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. The Penguins were without Tristan Jarry and Casey DeSmith, their top two goaltenders, for the regular season finale.

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The Sabres were unable to solve Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Maxime Lagace during a 1-0 loss in their season finale at PPG Paints Arena on Sunday.
Lagace, making his Penguins debut, turned away 23 shots. The Sabres finished with edges in shots (29-23) and shot attempts (44-38).
Michael Houser did his part to keep the game within reach for Buffalo, making 28 saves. Jeff Carter scored the lone goal of the game for Pittsburgh.

Carter, Lagace help Pens clinch home ice in first round

PITTSBURGH — Jeff Carter scored and Maxime Lagace stopped 29 shots for his first career shutout as the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Buffalo Sabres 1-0 on Saturday.

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It’s the end of NHL’s Regular Season and the Pittsburgh Penguins got to finish on their Home Ice, hosting the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday.
The Top and Bottom Teams in the East faced off. Max Lagace started in the net. Casey Desmith and Tristan Jarry both getting some time off to deal with injuries before the Playoffs. It was a quiet First Period. In the Second, Freddy Gaudreau steals the puck and Jeff Carter in the paint gets his 17th goal of the Season, his 6th with the Pens. The puck bounces off the stick just enough to find the back of the net for the only Goal of the Game.

Carter scores career-high 4 goals, Penguins beat Sabres 8-4

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Carter scores career-high 4 goals, Penguins beat Sabres 8-4
By The Associated PressMay 7, 2021 GMT
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Jeff Carter scored a career-high four goals and the Pittsburgh Penguins moved back into first place in the crowded East Division with an 8-4 victory over the Buffalo Sabres on Thursday night.
The 36-year-old Carter, acquired from Los Angeles at the trade deadline, beat Michael Houser three times in the first 25 minutes for his first hat trick since March 28, 2018. He added his fourth with a pretty backhander — the 398th of his career — early in the third period that put the Sabres away.
The four-goal performance was the first by a Penguin since Chris Kunitz did it in a victory over Washington on Feb. 3, 2013.

Carter scores career-high 4 goals, Penguins blast Sabres 8-4

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Penguins return to first place in East division with one game to play
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Updated: 9:43 PM EDT May 6, 2021
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Updated: 9:43 PM EDT May 6, 2021
By WILL GRAVES, AP
Jeff Carter scored a career-high four goals and the Pittsburgh Penguins moved back into first place in the crowded East Division with an 8-4 victory over Buffalo on Thursday night.The 36-year-old Carter, acquired from Los Angeles at the trade deadline, beat Michael Houser three times in the game's first 25 minutes for his first hat trick since March 28, 2018. He added his fourth with a pretty backhand - the 398th of his career - early in the third period that put the Sabres away.The four-goal performance was the first by a Penguin since Chris Kunitz did it in a win over Washington on Feb. 3, 2013.Jared McCann had a goal and two assists for Pittsburgh. Brian Dumoulin, Sidney Crosby and Kasperi Kapanen also scored for the Penguins.Tristan Jarry overcame a sloppy start to finish with 19 saves as Pittsburgh moved two points ahead of Washington for the top spot in the East. The Capitals, however, have three games remaining. The Penguins have just one, their regular-season finale on Saturday against the Sabres.Drake Caggiula scored twice for Buffalo, but Houser's homecoming ended with a loss to the team he rooted for while growing up in the northern Pittsburgh suburbs.The 28-year-old spent nearly a decade before bouncing around the minors before finally reaching the NHL earlier this week. He dazzled in a pair of wins over the New York Islanders to earn a third consecutive start. Playing in front of more than 20 friends and family, Houser stopped 26 shots but couldn't keep the NHL's highest-scoring team under wraps.Tage Thompson and Jeff Skinner also scored for Buffalo, but the Sabres - who began the season hoping to end a nine-year playoff drought - assured themselves of finishing with the worst record in the 30-team NHL for the fourth time since 2013-14.The Penguins by contrast have the longest active playoff streak (15 years) in major North American professional sports. Yet just reaching the postseason isn't enough, one of the reasons they brought in Carter last month.The two-time Stanley Cup champion adds depth and a veteran presence in the bottom six. Perhaps just as importantly, his “shoot first” mentality is something the Penguins - who can sometimes frustrate coach Mike Sullivan by searching for the pretty play instead of the prudent - desperately need.After Caggiula surprised Jarry with a shot to the short side 2:45 in, Carter took over. He slipped a wrist shot by Houser 9:57 into the first. He needed less than two minutes to put the Penguins in front, taking a nice drop pass from Jason Zucker for a power-play goal. He completed a natural hat trick with a rebound by Houser 4:36 into the second.The Sabres kept pace for a little while. Caggulia's second of the game tied it at 3 just 37 seconds after Zucker's third but the Penguins simply kept coming.Pittsburgh then reeled off four straight - including Carter's backhand flip - to take control and inch closer to at least having home-ice advantage in the opening round of the playoffs.Pittsburgh's 21 home victories this season are tied with Tampa Bay for tops in the league.UP NEXTBuffalo and Pittsburgh wrap up their respective regular seasons with their eighth and final meeting. The Penguins are 6-1 against the Sabres.

Jeff Carter scores 4 times as Penguins rout Sabres

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Jeff Carter scores 4 times as Penguins rout Sabres
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07 May 2021, 11:55 GMT+10
Jeff Carter scored a career-high four goals Thursday as the Pittsburgh Penguins jumped back into first place in the East Division with an 8-4 win over the visiting Buffalo Sabres.
Jared McCann added a goal and two assists, Sidney Crosby and Kasperi Kapanen a goal and an assist each, Brian Dumoulin scored, Frederick Gaudreau had three assists, and Kris Letang and Jason Zucker two assists each for the Penguins (36-16-3, 75 points).
Pittsburgh goaltender Tristan Jarry made 19 saves.
Drake Caggiula scored twice, Tage Thompson and Jeff Skinner each had a goal and assist, and Rasmus Ristolainen had two assists for the Sabres (15-33-7, 37 points).

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Penguins beat Flyers, take East Division lead

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Penguins beat Flyers, take East Division lead
Field Level Media
05 May 2021, 12:19 GMT+10
Sidney Crosby had two goals and an assist Tuesday as the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins moved into first place alone in the East and got some redemption with a 7-3 win over the Philadelphia Flyers.
The Flyers, who are out of the playoffs, had routed Pittsburgh 7-2 on Monday.
Jake Guentzel had a goal and two assists for Pittsburgh (35-16-3, 73 points), which has clinched a playoff spot and moved two points ahead of the Washington Capitals atop the East Division standings. The Capitals, however, have two more games remaining than do the Penguins.

Franklin Street Properties Corp (FSP) Q1 2021 Earnings Call Transcript


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Good morning, and welcome to the Franklin Street Properties Corp First Quarter 2021 Earnings Conference Call. [Operator Instructions] Please note this event is being recorded.
I would now like to turn the conference over to Scott Carter, General Counsel. Please go ahead.
Scott H. Carter --
Good morning, and welcome to the Franklin Street Properties first quarter 2021 earnings call.
Joining me this morning are George Carter, our Chief Executive Officer; John Demeritt, our Chief Financial Officer; Jeff Carter, our President and Chief Investment Officer; and John Donahue, President of FSP Property Management. Also joining me this morning are Toby Daley and Will Friend, both Executive Vice Presidents of FSP Property Management.

Capitals vs. Rangers, 5/3/21 NHL Betting Predictions


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The Rangers have had some success versus the Capitals when the two Eastern Conference rivals have played at Madison Square Garden but will that be the case tonight at 7:00 p.m. ET?
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Ilya Samsonov allowed three goals on 26 shots in Saturday's 3-0 home loss against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Samsonov allowed a goal to Bryan Rust at 2:56 of the first period, and another to Rust just 0:26 into the second period. Newcomer Jeff Carter scored at 10:43 of the second, and that's all the Pens could muster against Samsonov. However, the Capitals offense provided him with zero support, as Tristan Jarry was just a little bit better on this afternoon.

Penguins shut out Capitals 3-0 to reclaim 1st place in East

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Bryan Rust scored two unassisted goals, Tristan Jarry made 23 saves and the Pittsburgh Penguins shut out the Washington Capitals 3-O Saturday night to reclaim first place in the East Division.
Trade deadline pickup Jeff Carter also scored his fourth goal in 10 games in a Penguins uniform. Rust’s goals were the 99th and 100th of his NHL career, and Jarry registered his second shutout of the season.
Two nights after each team clinched a playoff berth, this potential postseason preview looked awfully lopsided. The Penguins pounced on opportunities and scored on three of their first 13 shots against Ilya Samsonov to suck the life out of the crowd of just over 2,000.

Pittsburgh Penguins shut out Washington Capitals to reclaim first place in East

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Penguins shut out Capitals, reclaim first place in East
Bryan Rust scored two unassisted goals, Tristan Jarry made 23 saves and the Pittsburgh Penguins shut out the Washington Capitals 3-O Saturday night to reclaim first place in the East Division.
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WASHINGTON — Bryan Rust scored two unassisted goals, Tristan Jarry made 23 saves and the Pittsburgh Penguins shut out the Washington Capitals 3-O Saturday night to reclaim first place in the East Division.
Trade deadline pickup Jeff Carter also scored his fourth goal in 10 games in a Penguins uniform. Jarry registered his second shutout of the season as the Penguins beat the Capitals for the sixth time in eight meetings this season.

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Pittsburgh Penguins right wing Bryan Rust (17) skates by after he scored a goal against Washington Capitals goaltender Ilya Samsonov (30) during the f...
Pittsburgh Penguins right wing Bryan Rust (17) skates by after he scored a goal against Washington Capitals goaltender Ilya Samsonov (30) during the first period of an NHL hockey game Saturday, May 1, 2021, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)
Pittsburgh Penguins right wing Bryan Rust celebrates his goal during the second period of the team's NHL hockey game against the Washington Capitals, ...
Pittsburgh Penguins right wing Bryan Rust celebrates his goal during the second period of the team's NHL hockey game against the Washington Capitals, Saturday, May 1, 2021, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)

Bryan Rust, Penguins beat Capitals to take over division lead

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Bryan Rust, Penguins beat Capitals to take over division lead
Field Level Media
02 May 2021, 12:05 GMT+10
Bryan Rust scored two breakaway goals and goalie Tristan Jarry made 24 saves as the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins moved into first place in the East Division with a 3-0 victory over the Washington Capitals Saturday night.
The teams were tied for first in the East Division, and the victory moved the Penguins (34-15-3) into the solo lead with 71 points.
Washington (32-14-5, 69 points) has one game in hand on the Penguins. The Capitals still have five games remaining while Pittsburgh has four. Both teams already clinched playoff spots.

NHL roundup: Islanders clinch playoff berth with win over Rangers

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NHL roundup: Islanders clinch playoff berth with win over Rangers
The Rangers are pushed to the break of elimination from playoff contention after a 3-0 loss.
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Islanders goaltender Semyon Varlamov stops a shot by Alexis Lafrenière of the Rangers for one of his 28 saves Saturday in a 3-0 win – his fourth shutout this season against the Rangers.
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UNIONDALE, N.Y. — Anthony Beauvillier scored twice and Semyon Varlamov stopped 28 shots for his league-leading seventh shutout of the season as the New York Islanders beat the rival Rangers 3-0 Saturday night to clinch a playoff spot for the third straight year.

NHL roundup: Isles top Rangers to clinch playoff berth

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The New York Islanders made their final scheduled game against the New York Rangers in Uniondale, N.Y., a memorable one, as they clinched a postseason berth wit

Weekly East Division Snapshot: 05/02/2021 - 05/08/2021

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In the sixteenth weekly East Divison snapshot of the 2020-21 NHL season, the Pittsburgh Penguins took the throne, the New Jersey Devils finally won a game, and the playoff teams all have something to play for in the final full week of the season in the East. All this and more in this week’s snapshot.

Enbridge's Line 5 conflict heats up

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Fuel shortages across Eastern Canada and parts of the United States are possible if plans by Michigan Senator Gretchen Whitmer to close Enbridge’s Line 5 move forward, according to a report from the Canadian Senate. 
The alternative to shortages is thousands of more fuel-laden tanker trucks and hundreds of rail cars – along with higher prices. 
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“Line 5 is a significant aspect of Canada’s relationship with the United States and contributes to secure energy supplies in both countries. Its shutdown could have many implications, including reduced safety, shortages of various products, on both sides of the Canada-U.S. border, transportation bottlenecks for Alberta’s crude oil, and job losses for the Canadian and American workers.” 

Enbridge's Line 5 conflict heats up | Mitchell Advocate

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Fuel shortages across Eastern Canada and parts of the United States are possible if plans by Michigan Senator Gretchen Whitmer to close Enbridge’s Line 5 move forward, according to a report from the Canadian Senate. 
The alternative to shortages is thousands of more fuel-laden tanker trucks and hundreds of rail cars – along with higher prices. 
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Enbridge’s Line 5 conflict heats up Back to video
“Line 5 is a significant aspect of Canada’s relationship with the United States and contributes to secure energy supplies in both countries. Its shutdown could have many implications, including reduced safety, shortages of various products, on both sides of the Canada-U.S. border, transportation bottlenecks for Alberta’s crude oil, and job losses for the Canadian and American workers.” 

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