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WASHINGTON -- The season isnt quite half over, and already New Jersey Devils coach Pete DeBoer might be running out ways to praise about Jaromir Jagr. Breeland Speaks Jersey . Jagr had a goal and two assists, Andy Greene scored 43 seconds into overtime and Marek Zidlicky had two goals as the Devils rallied past the Washington Capitals 5-4 Saturday night. "He amazes me every night I come to the rink," DeBoer said of the 41-year-old forward. "I dont have a lot more adjectives to describe him, but hes a pleasure to work with." It was Jagrs 13th goal of the season and career No. 694, moving him into a tie with Mark Messier for seventh all-time. Greene, who knocked the rebound of a shot by Jagr past Braden Holtby for the game-winner, also had two assists. "I honestly cant remember the last overtime goal I scored," Greene said. Dainius Zubrus had a goal and an assist for New Jersey, which trailed 3-1 after two periods. "I think everyones surprised we came back (but) I think the least surprised guys are in our room," DeBoer said. "I think they felt confident all night they could still make a game of it." Alex Ovechkin scored his 30th goal and Joel Ward had a goal and an assist for Washington. The Capitals Jason Chimera and Mikhail Grabovski also scored and Martin Erat had two assists. Martin Brodeur made 18 saves for the Devils, who lost in overtime to Anaheim on Friday night. "Today, I felt like we were playing very good hockey the first two periods, and I look at the scoreboard and we were down 3-1," Jagr said. "That was kind of tough to swallow, but we got some lucky bounces in the third period, and tied the game and went into overtime again. "I thought we responded very well when we were down two goals, and its a big win for us," he said. Holtby finished with 32 saves in the first meeting of the season between Metropolitan Division rivals. "They are a relentless team. They kept coming," Capitals coach Adam Oates said. "We made a couple of mistakes." Jagr, on a power play, and Ovechkin traded third-period goals three minutes apart. Zidlicky pulled the Devils within 4-3 when he beat Holtby from the slot at 9:21. New Jersey tied it when Travis Zajac intercepted Holtbys clearing attempt and fed in front to Zubrus, who poked it home at 11:47. "We just gave them a little momentum to get back into it and they capitalized on their chances right to the end," Ward said. Both teams were playing the second of back-to-back games and there was little action early on. Brodeur made several good stops during a Washington power play midway through the period. New Jersey got the man advantage when Tom Wilson went off for high-sticking at 10:52. Less than a minute later Greene fed Zidlicky in the left circle and Zidlicky one-timed a drive past Holtby on the short side to make it 1-0. It was New Jerseys first shot on goal. The Devils tested Holtby several times early in the second period, but he kept the deficit at one. Chimera finally tied it at the 10:07 mark when he came around the back of the net and tried to stuff the puck home. Brodeur made the initial save, but Chimera poked the loose puck past him. Grabovski gave Washington the lead at 14:38 of the period with his 10th of the year, off a feed from Eric Fehr in the left circle. "We kind of shot ourselves in the foot there in the second period," Greene said. "There were a couple of breakdowns and they capitalized." The Capitals went ahead 3-1 with 45 seconds left in the period. They skated in three on two and Mike Green fired from the right side. Brodeur made the save, but it went right to Ward who put it past him for his 11th of the season. "We played a good 40 minutes," Green said, "but we needed 60 tonight." NOTES: Ovechkin has scored 30 or more goals in nine straight seasons. Hes scored a goal in four straight games. ... Jagr extended his points streak to seven games with a first-period assist. ... The Devils were without C Andrei Loktionov (illness) and RW Damien Brunner (knee), who was injured Friday against Anaheim. The Devils said Brunner will be out a minimum of four weeks. ... Olympic swimming gold medallist Michael Phelps was in attendance. Chad Henne Jersey . He learned about pressure and expectations at the 2010 Games in his hometown of Vancouver. His next mission is to build on that experience at his next Olympic appearance in Sochi, where he plans to ride the momentum from the teams strong start to the season. Stefan Charles Jersey .S. Olympic hockey management team have been making what he called "ghost rosters" since August. http://www.authoritychiefsshop.com/stefan-charles-chiefs-jersey-c-82/ . -- Former Penn State coach Joe Paterno was admitted to the hospital Friday for observation due to minor complications from cancer treatments, his family said.GLASGOW -- Canadas Ryan Bester is confident a Commonwealth Games gold medal is in his future. He will just have to wait a little longer. Bester grabbed an early lead before Scotlands Darren Burnett took over and ran away with the mens singles lawn bowling final 21-9 on Friday. It was a disappointing end to the tournament for Bester, who was looking for Canadas first-ever gold at the Games in lawn bowling -- a sport also commonly referred to as lawn bowls. "I just wasnt good enough and Darren played well," said Bester. "Too many short bowls. Thats what happens but Im still quite happy with silver in Scotland." As he should be. The 29-year-old became the first Canadian to finish second in the event since W.S. MacDonald won silver at the 1934 Commonwealth Games in London. In a sport where many of the competitors are much older, Bester should have plenty more chances to climb atop the podium. "At the end silver is brilliant," said the Hanover, Ont., native. "Canada has never won gold in the lawn bowls, so thats my goal." Bester lives and plays professionally in Australia, and has picked up an accent since moving there following a bronze-medal victory at 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne. Asked if he thought a gold medal will ever come his way, he simply replied with: "Eventually." "(Silver) is not too bad," he added with a smile. "I still have a few years left to try to win it." Bester led 3-0 after the three ends, but Burnett scored four in the fifth and three more in the sixth to blow the game wide open at 10-3 in front of a partisan crowd at picturesque Kelvingrove Lawn Bowls Centre. A small pocket of Canadian supporters tried to geet behind their man, but Bester couldnt recover as Burnett built an insurmountable lead. Custom Chiefs Jerseys. "I dropped a couple short and then he got a four and a three," said Bester. "Once he got off to a big lead I was a bit chasing, which is pretty hard to do." Bester chipped away to make it 14-9 in the 15th end, but three more from Burnett in the 16th all but sealed it. The two men shook hands afterwards, with the Scottish crowd hailing the police officer who had to lobby for time off from work to be able to compete at the Games. "I came in with confidence knowing that I was going to get a medal," said the 38-

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