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(SportsNetwork. Custom Falcons Jerseys .com) - The San Jose Sharks aim to cap a season-high seven-game homestand with a fourth straight victory on Monday night as they take on the Edmonton Oilers. The Sharks are 5-1-1 in their past seven games overall and shut out the Chicago Blackhawks 2-0 on Saturday thanks to Antti Niemis 31 saves. Niemi recorded his fourth shutout of the season and 31st of his career as he topped his former club. He made some very tough saves in succession, Sharks coach Todd McLellan said about Niemi. Joe Thornton and Melker Karlsson each had a goal and an assist for the Sharks, who are looking to record their longest winning streak since a season-high five-game run from Dec. 9-20. San Jose is second in the Pacific Division with 60 points, 10 back of the first-place Anaheim Ducks and three up on both Vancouver and Calgary. Tyler Kennedy missed a second game in a row on Saturday with a lower-body injury, while Tye McGinn exited early versus the Blackhawks with an undisclosed ailment. Both are questionable for this game. Edmonton enjoyed a stretch of three victories in four games ahead of Saturdays meeting with the Calgary Flames, but failed to hold an early lead and allowed four third-period goals in a 4-2 defeat. Jordan Eberle and Benoit Pouliot scored in the first period for the Oilers, while Ben Scrivens made 29 saves in the setback. They just kept coming, Edmonton interim coach Todd Nelson said. They never change their game and we got away from a few of the things that were working for us in the first. Edmonton, last in the Western Conference with 35 points, was without forward Taylor Hall for a third game in a row due to a bruised left leg, but he hopes to return tonight. He is tied for the club lead with 18 assists and third with 29 points. The Oilers have lost 10 of their past 12 versus the Sharks overall and five straight in San Jose. Scrivens is 2-4-1 in his career versus the Sharks with a 3.13 goals against average and .909 save percentage in seven meetings, recording one shutout. Niemi holds a career mark of 10-1-1 against the Oilers with a 2.45 GAA and .905 save percentage in 12 meetings. Garrett Grayson Jersey .The law passed on Friday, in a 128-62 vote in the lower chamber of parliament, was prompted by FIFA bribery scandals in recent years.Switzerland-based sports leaders such as FIFA President Sepp Blatter and IOC President Thomas Bach are now classed as politically exposed persons in wider legislation covering money-laundering. Brandon Fusco Falcons Jersey . Dallas also Monday recalled defenceman Aaron Rome from his conditioning assignment with the Texas Stars of the American Hockey League and assigned goaltender Jack Campbell to the AHL squad.OTTAWA -- Columbus called it Blue Jackets hockey, but the Ottawa Senators called it ugly. Ryan Johansen, R.J. Umberger and Fedor Tyutin each had a power-play goal to lead the Blue Jackets to a 4-1 victory over Ottawa on Sunday. Columbus head coach Todd Richards said after the game his team had put forth a "60-minute effort." "When were playing our best hockey thats exactly how were playing," Richards said. On the other side of the ice, Senators coach Paul MacLean had no explanation for his teams inconsistencies. MacLean is struggling to understand how his team can play so well one night and so poorly the next. "At some point and time when you hit 30 (games) you are what you are and if this is what we are as an inconsistent group its not going to be much fun," said MacLean. Umbergers second period power-play goal was the eventual winner. Derek MacKenzie had the Blue Jackets (7-10-3) only even-strength goal of the game while Sergei Bobrovsky stopped 30 shots for the win. Bobrovsky wasnt overly busy, but when he was needed he made the big save. "When your goalies making big saves you want to work for him at the other end and get some goals," said Johansen. "Everybody was really good (Sunday)." Erik Karlsson scored the lone goal for the Senators (8-8-4) in the third period. Craig Anderson made 18 saves. Coming off a 4-2 comeback win against Boston on Friday, the Senators had no explanation for why they came out so poorly Sunday. But they say they know things need to improve quickly. "We cant keep battling back every game because its not going to work," said Karlsson. "Were 20 games in and it seems like theres a lot of games left to be played, but if we dont start showing up soon its going to be over quick." Trailing 3-0 to start the third, things got even worse for the Senators as MacKenzie made it 4-0 at the five-minute mark of the third. An otherwise ugly game got even uglier after Ottawas Mark Borowiecki caught Jared Boll with his head down. James Wisniewski quickly came to his teammates defence and fought Borowiecki. The two were tossed from the game once the penalties were sorted out. "I was just trying to finish a check," said Borowiecki. "I would neverr want to hurt someone or put someone in jeopardy physically or anything like that. Ito Smith Falcons Jersey. I was just trying to make a hard play and what happened, happened." The Senators broke Bobrovskys shutout bid at 17:33 of the third when Ottawa made the most of a two-man advantage on Karlssons seventh game of the season. The small crowd of 15,535 on hand for the matinee was quiet to begin with and it grew even quieter after the Blue Jackets took a 3-0 lead scoring twice in the second period. Columbus made it 2-0 at the four-minute mark of the second as Johansen took a shot from inside the blue-line and Umberger managed to get his stick on the rebound. The Blue Jackets had a two-man advantage and adding to the Senators woes was the fact Chris Phillips stick broke seconds before Tyutin made it 3-0. Special teams were clearly the difference in this one. Ottawa was 0-5 with the man advantage, scoring its only goal on a 5-on-3. "Our power play was huge and our penalty kill was great," said Nick Floigno, who played his first game against the Senators since being traded to Columbus in July 2012. "This was a big win for our team and gives us confidence." The Blue Jackets made it 1-0 at 4:50 as Johansen took a pass from Ryan Murray and then showed some great patience as he waited for a lane to clear before shooting. This marked the 14th time this season that Ottawa gave up the first goal. The Senators have a 3-8-3 record when the opposition scores first. MacLean said all aspects of the teams preparations will be looked, including slow starts. "Well examine all that stuff and well see if we need to make changes, but we need to do something," said MacLean. "At the end of the day, it comes down to the guys wearing the sweaters. They have to be ready to play. "The ultimate responsibility comes to each individual to make sure youre ready to play the game and do your job." Erik Condra returned to the lineup after missing the last six games with a leg injury. Notes: D Patrick Wiercioch, D Joe Corvo and LW Matt Kassian were a healthy scratch for the Senators. RW Erik Condra missed his sixth straight game with a leg injury a RW Jack Skille and D Dalton Prout were a healthy scratch for the Blue Jackets. 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