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(SportsNetwork. Cheap Fake Vans .com) - The San Jose Sharks hope to avoid a fifth straight loss and secure the first victory of their current homestand on Saturday night as they take on the Anaheim Ducks. The Sharks followed up consecutive shootout losses to Florida and Arizona with a 2-0 setback to the Calgary Flames on Wednesday. That dropped them to 0-1-2 on a six-game homestand and 2-4-2 as the host this season. Antti Niemi made 17 saves, getting beat just once as Calgarys Jiri Hudler scored on a wrister in the slot with 2:44 to go in the second period. Hudler scored again into an empty net and Flames netminder Karri Ramo stopped all 32 shots he faced. The Sharks havent given their defense much to work with as they have not scored more than three goals in nine straight games since a 5-3 win at Dallas on Nov. 8. They are 2-5-2 since. Its disappointing. We want to win, we want to get out of this, said Sharks center Joe Pavelski The harder we try the worse its going. Niemi was backed up on Wednesday by San Jose resident Ryan Lowe, who was signed to a goaltending contract after Troy Grosenick was injured in practice on Tuesday and unable to dress for the game. The 31-year-old Lowe last played professionally in Australia. Grosenick had been serving as the backup to Niemi with Alex Stalock out following left knee surgery. Niemi is 11-9-0 with a 2.51 goals against average and .908 save percentage in his career versus the Ducks. Looking to break out of their slump, the Sharks have won six of their last eight over the Ducks that includes a 4-1 victory in Anaheim on Oct. 26. Niemi made 33 saves in that triumph. San Jose has won five in a row at home versus Anaheim. The Ducks, who are 7-2-2 as the guest this season, are hoping to reverse that trend Saturday and return to the win column after having a three-game win streak snapped the last time out. Anaheim had a chance to go 3-0 on a three-game homestand but dropped the finale 4-1 to the Chicago Blackhawks on Friday afternoon. The Ducks were outshot 38-24 in the loss, the clubs first regulation setback since a 6-2 home setback against Florida on Nov. 16. Chicago put up all the offense it would need in the first 14 minutes of the game, as Brad Richards and Andrew Shaw helped the visitors grab the early 2-0 lead. Patrick Kane added two goals later to keep the Ducks at bay. Hampus Lindholm scored the only goal of the game for Anaheim, while Frederik Andersen allowed three goals on 37 shots in the loss. During Fridays game the Ducks announced they had acquired defenseman Eric Brewer from Tampa Bay for a third-round pick in the 2015 draft. Brewer, who has four assists in 17 games this season for the Lightning, could help add depth for an Anaheim club that has been without blueliners Francois Beauchemin and Clayton Stoner. Beauchemin will miss 4-to-6 weeks with a broken finger sustained earlier this week against Calgary, while Stoner is day-to-day with the mumps. Brewer could be available to play for the Ducks tonight, as he is expected to join his team in San Jose. The Ducks are only on the road for tonights game in Northern California before heading back down the coast for a two-game homestand against Boston and Philadelphia. Anaheim begins that brief residency Monday versus the Bruins. Wholesale Fake Vans . -- So much for concern that running back Marshawn Lynch would be absent from the Seattle Seahawks minicamp. Fake Vans SK8 . -- Jacksonvilles offensive makeover is just getting starting. http://www.fakevans.com/ . Blown save in the ninth inning? No problem.DORAL, Fla. -- Patrick Reed followed a big win with a bold comment. Reed was dripping with confidence even before the final round of the Cadillac Championship. He had two wins in his previous 13 starts on the PGA Tour. He knew his game could handle any course, even a new Blue Monster that yielded the fewest 72-hole scores under par in the 52-year history of Doral. And even having Tiger Woods just three shots behind and in the group head of him didnt keep Reed from wearing black pants and a red shirt. He delivered a final round Sunday that even Woods could have appreciated. Reed doubled his two-shot lead with two quick birdies, hit five quality bunker shots on the back nine that led to pars and closed with an even-par 72 and a one-shot victory. Bubba Watson played bogey-free over the final 27 holes at Trump National Doral and closed with a 68. He was the first to post a 3-under 285. Jamie Donaldson of Wales got within one shot of Reed before he found a back bunker on the 18th and missed a par putt just inside 15 feet for a 70 to join Watson. Reed played the 18th conservatively with an iron off the tee -- just like Woods did in one of his four wins at Doral -- made bogey and finished at 4-under 284. Thats three wins in seven months for the 23-year-old Texan. He now is the youngest winner of a World Golf Championship. Surprised? Reed sure isnt. He had said he felt like he belonged among the top five in the world, and Reed wasnt about to back down after beating the strongest field in golf so far this year. "I dont see a lot of guys that have done that besides Tiger Woods and the legends of the game," Reed said of his three wins, including a WGC title. "I believe in myself, especially with how hard Ive worked. Im one of the top five players in the world. I feel like Ive proven myself." So who are the other four? He mentioned Woods, whom Reed considers the best to ever play. Reed grew up watching Woods in a red shirt and black plants on Sunday, and thought it would be wise to do the same thing. Those now are his Sunday colours, and hes now 3 for 3 when having at least a share of the 54-hole lead. He mentioned Adam Scott and Phil Mickelson. He is constantly impressed with Graeme McDowell. He played Saturday with Dustin Johnson and saw how good Johnson can be when he puts it all together. So thats five names right there, without even getting to FedEx Cup and Race to Dubai winner Henrik Stenson, Match Play chaampion Jason Day or two-time major champion Rory McIlroy. Fake Vans Free Shiping. So maybe it was a figure of speech. "Tough question," Reed said with a grin. "Those guys, theres so many great players out there." He at least has reason to count himself among them. Reed moved up to No. 20 in the world, and hes starting to think he can win any week, anywhere. Even the Masters? He led Augusta State to two NCAA titles. Reed makes his debut at Augusta National next month, and his outlook is changing. "Before this event, my goal was to compete and be in contention come Sunday at Augusta," Reed said. "To go and play the field -- all these guys are going to be at Augusta -- to go wire-to-wire, that definitely just gives me more confidence come Sunday that if I play how Im supposed to at Augusta, that well be in the running." Woods is limping to the Masters. One week after he withdrew from the final round of the Honda Classic after 13 holes, he said his back flared up again after an awkward shot from the bunker on the sixth hole. He wound up with a 78, his highest score ever on Sunday, and for the first time failed to make a single birdie in the final round. His hopes were gone by the sixth hole, anyway. Woods beaned two spectators in three holes with tee shots and already was seven shots behind. He said he spent the rest of the day fighting spasms, and only said after his round, "Its over. Its finally done, which is good." He tied for 25th, his best finish in four events this year. He missed a 54-hole cut at Torrey Pines, tied for 41st in Dubai and withdrew from the Honda Classic. "Just let me get through this day, get some treatment and well assess it as time goes on," Woods said of his back. His next scheduled start is March 20 at Bay Hill, where he is defending champion and an eight-time winner. Asked if he has had an MRI on his back or planned more tests, Woods said, "Well, it is back spasms. So weve done all the protocols and its just a matter of keeping everything aligned so I dont go into that." Reed certainly has his golf aligned nicely. He won the Wyndham Championship last August in a playoff over Jordan Spieth. He went wire-to-wire at the Humana Challenge, opening with three 63s. And then against a strong field, he went wire-to-wire (including ties) at Doral. Can he live with being No. 20 for now? "Oh, yeah," Reed said with a smile. ' ' '

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