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LOS ANGELES -- Rookie Tyler Toffoli and backup goaltender Ben Scrivens have made enormous contributions lately for the Los Angeles Kings, whose depth has been tested by numerous injuries. Toffoli had two goals Monday night, Jarret Stoll also scored and Scrivens made 25 saves in a 3-2 victory over the St. Louis Blues. Toffoli, a 21-year-old centre who was taken in the second round of the 2010 draft, has six goals -- four have been game-winners -- and 11 points in 14 games since he was recalled from the minors on Nov. 2. His only other two-goal game in the NHL was on Nov. 9 at Staples Center in a 5-1 win over Vancouver. Toffoli made his NHL debut late last season and opened some eyes with his stellar play during the playoffs with two goals, four assists and a plus-5 rating in 12 games. "It definitely helped, getting that experience last year, especially in the playoffs," Toffoli said. "Its not easy stepping into the playoffs -- and being able to get the opportunity to do that, I definitely learned a lot." Scrivens, who has performed brilliantly in place of the injured Jonathan Quick, was heading toward his fourth shutout of the season when Kevin Shattenkirk and Vladimir Tarasenko scored in the final 5:54. Shattenkirks goal came 6 seconds after the Kings killed off a power play caused by Colin Frasers slashing penalty. "We showed character in the third by pushing back a little bit," Blues captain David Backes said. "But at some point, we need to learn our lesson that if you give good teams leads, its a heck of an uphill climb to try to get back in the game." Scrivens has given up fewer than three goals in each of his last 10 starts and has posted two shutouts since Quick went on injured reserve with a groin strain on Nov. 12 at Buffalo. "I feel pretty good. I dont feel fatigued right now," he said. "I know when Quickie will be back, or when hes scheduled to be back, so Ive got to make sure I get my time when I can." Los Angeles has allowed fewer than three goals in a franchise-record 13 consecutive games. The streak includes a pair of 3-2 shootout losses to Buffalo and San Jose. "They force you. Theyre a physical, hard-checking team. But we have to have a better reaction than we did," coach Ken Hitchcock said. "They took it to us. We revved it up halfway through the hockey game, but you cant play like that." Jaroslav Halak made 20 saves for the Blues, who have lost consecutive games in regulation for the first time this season following their 6-3 defeat at San Jose on Friday. Halak had allowed just five goals in his previous five starts after getting pulled with a 3-0 deficit in the first period of a 4-1 loss at Washington on Nov. 17. The Kings, who hadnt had a first-period goal in any of their previous four home games -- all losses -- opened the scoring at the 10:38 mark. Stoll got the puck from Justin Williams near the top of the left circle and took a 40-foot wrist shot that glanced off defenceman Barret Jackmans leg and past Halak with Dustin Brown screening the goalie. Toffoli made it 2-0 at 16:13 of the period, beating Halak from short range after Drew Doughtys long snap shot from the high slot deflected off Toffolis stick and Halaks right shoulder before hitting the crossbar. He gave the Kings a three-goal cushion at 5:48 of the second, scoring from the low slot after Willie Mitchells wrist shot from the left point caromed off teammate Mike Richards. "We tried to approach this one with maybe a little bit more focus and attention to detail," Scrivens said. "We obviously know theyve got an extremely potent power play, so you can only give them so many chances because theyre going to find a way to bury one." NOTES: St. Louis has yet to be shut out this season. ... The Kings eliminated the Blues from the playoffs in each of the previous two seasons. In 2012, they beat St. Louis in the second round on the way to their first Stanley Cup title. The Blues, who entered the NHL with the Kings in the 1967 expansion, are still looking for their first Cup. ... Brown has been held to a goal and an assist in his last 13 games. ... The Kings are 8-0-0 when leading after two periods, and havent allowed a first-period goal in their last seven games at Staples Center. ... Los Angeles is 0 for 20 on the power play over its last six games. Stitched NFL Jerseys . The Philadelphia left fielder clubbed a tiebreaking, solo home run in the seventh inning, and the Phillies edged the Red Sox, 2-1, in the middle test of a three-game interleague series at Citizens Bank Park. Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys . Bjoergen pulled away from Swedens Charlotte Kalla on the final straight to win in 38 minutes, 33.6 seconds and defend her title from the 2010 Vancouver Games. Kalla was 1.8 seconds back. 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Theres too big a size difference — shes four foot 11, hes 6-2. Their styles are too different — she skates with the power and force of an athlete, he carries himself with the grace and artistry of a dancer.Sometimes now we read mean comments online: They dont match. Why would they skate together? They dont look good together. She needs a new partner. He needs a new partner. Really mean, hurtful things that we cant change, Duhamel said.There was one comment when Dylan (Moscovitch) and Kirsten (Moore-Towers) broke up (last summer), it was Ah, I just wish it was Meagan and Eric that broke up.Duhamel, from Lively, Ont., and Radford, from Balmertown, Ont., are writing their own success story with a season that has thus far seen them win both their Grand Prix events and then the Grand Prix Final in December in Barcelona, firmly entrenching the Canadians as the team to beat at the world championships in March.Theyre in the hunt for their fourth consecutive national title at the Canadian championships this week.They possess one element — side-by-side triple Lutzes — that no other team in the world has. And their quad throw Salchow, added this season, is only attempted in competition by onecprogram so dynamic that if you gave it to one of the top Russian teams, they wouldnt be able to do it, Radford said. Theres an undeniable fact that we are doing elements and programs that nobody in the world can do except for us.People who dont like us, you can hate us as much as you want, but what we do is undeniable and were going to keep on doing it.Critics arent uncommon in a sport that enjoys a large and vocal fan base. Olympic champions Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, darlings of the Vancouver Games, were the subject of a spiteful blog dedicated to everything anti-Virtue and Moir.Radford said a Russian coach fired shots at the Canadian pair in a recent interview, asking Why did the coach put somebody tall, with somebody short like Meagan?In Canada you already have very few pair boys and very few pair girls, its not just like we get to choose them off a construction line or something, Radford said. Whereas in Russia, everybodys trained in the same style. . . its a totally different mindset. It just goes to show what Meagan and I have accomplished is even rarer maybe than what some of the Russians have.Partnering in figure skating is a tricky business at the best of times. Houston native Kaitlyn Weaver became a Canadian citizen in order to compete with Andrew Poje. The ice dancers are also enjoying a wildly successful season, with two Grand Prix victories and gold from the Grand Prix Final.Weaver drove to Waterloo, Ont., in 2006 for a tryout with Poje, and wound up staying. They were a perfect fit, something as rare and lucky, she said, as finding ones soul mate.I remember the tryout, and I remember thinking to myself, Okay, this is the real deall.dddddddddddd This could be something really good. I feel like I was so young, I was 17. . . but I just remembered thinking, This could be the opportunity I’ve been waiting for.Why are you laughing? Weaver said, turning to Poje.My first thought was, Wow, this girls quiet, Poje said. Because our first day of the tryout, she didnt speak a word. . .(But) from the very beginning we knew there was something unique and something that we knew would take us far.When did Weaver start talking?The second day, she said, laughing. Andrews coach, who turned into our coach, Rebecca Babb, she pulled me aside the second day and said, Kaitlyn, its OK to smile. I was so nervous. I wanted to be so perfect, to prove that I was the right partner.Oh, yeah (I was intimidated). I mean, hes six foot three, he was gorgeous, he was great. And he was way more qualified than I was at that point.There were some early awkward moments for Duhamel and Radford as well.Coach Bruno Marcotte instructed their choreographer to try to minimize the obvious size difference.He told our choreographer Dont have them stand next to one another, I had to be down on one knee, or doing a spread eagle thats shortening me, and shes standing up as tall as possible, Radford said.Or all our costumes. . ., Duhamel added You can only make my body look so long. People are always trying to make my body look as long as possible. And Eric as least long as possible, even still now.This weeks championships decides the team that will represent Canada at the world championships in Shanghai.Canada can send three teams in both pairs and ice dance, and two skaters each in mens and womens singles.While Duhamel and Radford and Weaver and Poje are the class of their respective fields, Skate Canada high performance director Mike Slipchuk expects a dog fight for the remaining spots.After Moore-Towers, from St. Catharines, Ont., and Torontos Moscovitch split a few months ago, he teamed up with Russian Lubov Ilyushechkina, while she joined forces with Michael Marinaro of Waterloo, Ont.Ilyushechkina is eligible to compete for Canada at the world championships, but needs Canadian citizenship to compete at the Olympics.Its an interesting mix, Slipchuck said of the pairs field. And then I would really say that the surprise here is (Julianne) Seguin and (Charlie) Bilodeau.Seguin, from Longueuil, Que., and Bilodeau, from Notre-Dame-du-Portage, Que., won both their junior Grand Prix events plus the junior Grand Prix Final this season.Theyre coming in here with the second highest international score of all our teams, with junior elements, Slipchuck said. Theyre sometimes a bit forgotten because they werent on the senior circuit but theyve really developed into a strong team.Kevin Reynolds of Coquitlam, B.C., and Toronto teen Nam Nguyen, last years world junior champion, should battle for the mens title in the absence of Patrick Chan, whos also taking the season off.Without injured Kaetlyn Osmond, the womens field is wide open, and the weakest of the four events at the Rogers K-Rock Centre this week.Note to readers: This is a corrected story. A previous version had Duhamels height listed incorrectly. ' ' '

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