PARIS -- Marseille snatched a point with a late equalizer for 1-1 at Toulouse in the French league on Saturday. Wayne Gretzky Jersey . Bottom of the table with just two points, Toulouse seemed to be heading for its first win of the season after Wissam Ben Yedders 66th-minute strike. However, Lucas Mendes evaded his marker Uros Spajic to head home Mathieu Valbuenas free kick three minutes from time as Marseille avoided a second successive defeat. Marseille, the runner-up last season, moved level with third-place Monaco, which hosts Lorient on Sunday. The two teams are a point behind Paris Saint-Germain, which beat Bordeaux 2-0 on Friday. Saint-Etienne moved provisionally into top spot after cruising to a 3-1 win at Valenciennes. Benjamin Corgnet scored in each half, either side of Romain Hamoumas fine strike. Mevlut Erding also headed off the post for the visitors. Valenciennes grabbed one back 12 minutes from time after Moustapha Bayal was harshly adjudged to have handled the ball in the area and Maor Melikson converted the resulting penalty. Reims drew 0-0 at Montpellier, and Evian won its second successive match, but almost let a comfortable lead slip before securing a 3-2 victory at Ajaccio. Brice Dja Djedje gave Evian the lead at the end of the first half and a double from Kevin Berigaud seemed to have handed the visitors the points before Paul Lasne and Gadji Tallo scored late to set up a nervy final five minutes. Newly promoted Nantes beat Sochaux 1-0, with Filip Dordevic heading in Banel Nicoli?as free kick 15 minutes from time. Fellow promoted side Guingamp drew 1-1 at home to Bastia, and rued a penalty miss. Wahbi Khazri fired in a superb opener for Bastia shortly after halftime but Guingamp levelled two minutes from time thanks to Mustapha Yatabares penalty after Christophe Mandanne was tripped in the area by Drissa Diakite. Guingamp had a great chance to snatch all three points when it was awarded another penalty in stoppage time after Fethi Harek handled in the area, but Bastia goalkeeper Mickael Landreau saved Yatabares spot kick, with the Guingamp striker opting to fire to the right again. Alex Galchenyuk Jersey . Altidore strained his left hamstring in the Americans opener against Ghana on June 16 and didnt play in their next two games. "We dont know how much because we need to see how hes going, but hes available," U. Jeremy Roenick Jersey . Even if he is shooting 38 per cent from the field overall this season, the Utah Jazz rookie always feels like his final shot is going in. http://www.officialcoyotesfanstore.com/authentic-barrett-hayton-coyotes-jersey/ . Fielder ended 4-for-5 with a solo homer, while Avila was 4-for-4 with two runs scored for the Tigers, who put the brakes on a three-game skid and rebounded from a loss in Mondays opener. Victor Martinez and Austin Jackson both contributed two hits, an RBI and a run scored as Detroit maintained its healthy lead atop the AL Central.ST. PAUL, Minn. -- The Minnesota Wild gave Zach Parise all that money for games like this. Parise signed that megadeal two years ago for games even bigger than this. They forced at least one more with a furious finish. Parise scored early and late on tipped shots, and the Wild tacked on two empty-net goals for a 5-2 victory over the Colorado Avalanche on Monday night that sent the first-round playoff series to a decisive Game 7. "Its one of those nights where you just want to keep touching it and keep having the puck," said Parise, who added two assists for a career-playoff-high four points. The teams will meet in Denver on Wednesday night, with the winner taking on the defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks in the Western Conference semifinals. "We dont have any time to hang our heads here and feel sorry for ourselves," Avalanche captain Gabe Landeskog said. "Were just going to get right back on the horse here and get ready for Game 7." Ah, Game 7. An already-tight series will produce one final dramatic performance. "We didnt sign here to win a first-round game. We look at the big picture," said Parise, who joined close friend Ryan Suter in signing 13-year, $98 million contracts with the Wild two seasons ago. The Wild were in trouble at the second intermission after what Avalanche coach Patrick Roy said might have been his teams best period of the whole series. Parise scored just 49 seconds into the game on a power play and Mikael Granlund made it 2-0 later in the first period, but a costly turnover by Suter at the end of a failed 5-on-3 situation led to a short-handed goal for the Avalanche when Paul Stastny scored for the fourth time in the series. Nick Holden got the tying goal in the second period to stop the power-play skid for the Avalanche, who had been denied by a resurgent Wild penalty-kill unit in 19 of 20 previous opportunities in the series. The Wild stumbled through to the second intermission, lacking the edge they had here throughout Games 3 and 4 and in the first period of this Game 6, and the atmosphere in the building became anxious, with one more goal by the Avalanche holding tthe power to end the home teams season. Brad Richardson Jersey. So Wild coach Mike Yeo gave his team a spark by reuniting Parise on the first line with centre Mikko Koivu, who had two assists. "I think we started to get a little bit of fear in our game. Not necessarily afraid of them, just afraid maybe of what we were losing," Yeo said, adding: "Both of those guys were leading the charge up front and for me, their determination, their kind of get-after-it attitude, I wanted those guys going out together." Parked in the crease with the season on the line, Parise took a shove in the back from goalie Semyon Varlamov and then outmuscled defenceman Erik Johnson for position on Koivus shot from behind the circle that he knocked in with his stick with 6:29 left in the game. Roy pulled Varlamov with 2:44 remaining, and this time the daring move backfired after it led to tying goals for the Avalanche in Games 1 and 5. Jason Pominville and Marco Scandella found the back of the net for the Wild, and the celebration was on. Matt Duchene returned to the Avalanche lineup and notched an assist in extensive time on the power play, after missing the last month due to a left knee injury. The Avalanche leader with 70 points during the regular season, Duchene wasnt cleared for action until minutes before faceoff. "He was flying out there. He was playing well. He was playing hard," Roy said. He wasnt the only one. Ryan OReilly had two assists, and the Avalanche refused to express any frustration afterward, even though theyll be in an elimination situation for the first time in the series. "If thats what its going to need to be, then thats what its going to need to be," Avalanche right wing P.A. Parenteau said. "Its been a battle back and forth with the Wild. Were lucky we have the home ice advantage, but were going to have to be ready." NOTES: The Wild went 18-4-2 when Parise scored a goal in the regular season. ... Duchene said he felt all right: "Youve got to learn to trust an injury like that coming back, and as the game wore on I felt a lot more confident with it. 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