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ST. PAUL, Minn. - Thanks to late-game heroics by Marc-Edouard Vlasic, the San Jose Sharks are back on track after an embarrassing loss a few nights earlier.Vlasic scored his second winning goal in two nights 3:09 into overtime, and the Sharks completed a 4-3 come-from-behind victory over the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday night.Vlasic, who scored the winner with 4.5 seconds left in regulation on Monday night at Winnipeg, beat goalie Darcy Kuemper with a wrist shot from just outside the left circle.Ive never done that before, Vlasic said of his consecutive winners. Maybe as a novice when I scored in every game, maybe junior.Vlasic isnt a defenceman known for his offence, especially late in games. But Sharks coach Todd McLellan is happy to see him look to score when he can.Hes taking the shot, which is a lesson for all of us, said McLellan, whose team has bounced back after losing 7-2 to St. Louis at home on Saturday. Hes got a hot hand. Get him the puck and let him shoot it.The Wild are still reeling after an embarrassing loss of their own, 7-1 at Dallas on Saturday. They have dropped eight of 10 and are fading in the Western Conference.Wild forward Zach Parise missed the game to be with his ailing father — former player J.P. Parise — who has lung cancer.You know, everyone cares about each other in here, Wild defenceman Ryan Suter said. Life is so much bigger than hockey and he definitely made the right decision to be with his family. Were all thinking about him.Joe Pavelski and Tommy Wingels scored 1:14 apart to give San Jose a 3-2 lead at 7:35 of the third period.Minnesotas Jason Zucker tipped in a pass from Charlie Coyle at 12:12 for his second goal of the game, tying it 3-3 and temporarily helping the Wild regain momentum.But Kuemper couldnt stop Vlasics shot in overtime, which left Wild coach Mike Yeo frustrated.Its a tricky one, trying to be sensitive to his confidence. But that goal in overtime cant go in, Yeo said.Zucker and Jared Spurgeon scored in the first period to give Minnesota a 2-0 lead. Zuckers goal came after goalie Alex Stalock had the puck knocked away by Jason Pominville as he handled it near the side of the net.We have a 2-1 lead going into the third. We cant let that one slip away, Zucker said. But then we battled back. We really could have used that second point.San Joses Melker Karlsson scored for the third straight game midway through the second to get the Sharks on the board.San Jose brought enough energy to rally on Tuesday despite playing its third game in four nights. The Sharks snapped a seven-game, road-losing streak to Minnesota.Next up for San Jose, following an off day, is a rematch with St. Louis on Thursday.The St. Louis game we didnt play. We played shinny hockey, basically, Vlasic said. We werent very good. We have a day off (Wednesday) so well feel refreshed and go into St. Louis where we owe them a better game.NOTES: Sharks C Tomas Hertl played despite getting 16 to 18 stitches to close a cut on his upper lip after being hit by a puck while on the bench Monday at Winnipeg. ... Wild D Marco Scandella missed the third period with an undisclosed injury. ... Minnesota recalled D Justin Falk from AHL Iowa. ... Linesman Ryan Galloway was struck by a puck in the side of the head and was bleeding when he left the game early in the third period. He returned with about 3 minutes left. Joe Mixon Womens Jersey . Didnt need any help this time. Wood beat Cincinnati for the first time in his career, repeatedly pitching out of threats for seven innings, and Chicago stalled the Reds week-long surge with a 2-0 victory Monday night. 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Toronto (11-12) gave up leads in 10-8 and 11-4 losses to the Baltimore Orioles this week. It was never close Friday as the Boston Red Sox got to Mark Buehrle early en route to an 8-1 win. "Tomorrow comes quickly and early," Jays manager John Gibbons said hopefully, "So we need to get back out and play some good baseball." Its sorely needed. Torontos pitching staff has a combined earned-run average of 4.70 with 99 walks. And the Jays are hitting .247. Boston slugger David Ortiz hit his 50th career homer against the Jays and right-hander Jake Peavey scattered five hits over seven innings in a tidy outing to earn his first win after four non-decisions. A unanimous NL Cy Young Award-winner in 2007, Peavey struck out seven and walked two. The lone blemish on the Peavey scoresheet was a Juan Francisco home run -- his first as a Blue Jay -- in the seventh inning. The six-foot-two 245-pound designated hitter muscled a moonshot that landed in the right-field boxes just under the 500 level. Buehrle (4-1) was trying to become first Blue Jays starter to win his first five starts of the campaign. Instead he wobbled early as the Red Sox (11-13) recorded their 300th career victory against Toronto before an announced crowd of 29,411. The 35-year-old left-hander came into the game with a 4-0 record and MLB-leading 0.64 ERA. Buehrle had allowed two runs in 28 innings, striking out 19 and walking only five batters. The opposition was batting .210 against him. On Friday, he gave up seven runs on 12 hits in 5 1/3 innings, throwing 101 pitches that included 64 strikes. Buehrle walked three, had no strikeouts and saw his ERA increase to 2.16. "Hes been so good. Thats baseball, youre not going to be perfect every time out there," Gibbons said. "Hell bounce back. He was just off tonight, its that simple." Buehrle pointed to his walks and some bloop hits that found holes and eluded defenders. "Youve got to have the luck on your side. I wasnt hitting my spots as good as I was in the past. And when I did they got some base hits. But overall, too many strikes in the middle of the zone and they took advantage of it." Boston outhit Toronto 16-6 with all nine Red Sox starters registering hits on the night. The roof was closed on a wet, windy evening in Toronto. But down the street, Raptors fans braved the elements at Maple Leaf Square to watch Game 3 of Torontos NBA playoff series against the Nets in Brooklyn on the big screen outside the Air Canada CCentre.dddddddddddd. That ending was closer but no more satisfying to locals. A leadoff walk and four hits in the second inning put the Jays behind 4-0 as Boston sent seven men to the plate and Buehrle threw 30 pitches. An A.J. Pierzynski sacrifice fly, Will Middlebrooks single and Dustin Pedroias two-RBI single kept the Boston scoreboard ticking. The inning snapped Buehrles streak of 0-23 with runners in scoring position. An Ortiz home run to deep right field made it 5-0 in the third. It was Ortizs fifth homer of the season and the 436th of his career, moving him within two of tying Andre Dawson and Jason Giambi for 40th place on the MLB all-time list. The Ortiz blast was also his 33rd at the Rogers Centre. Only Alex Rodriguez (36) has hit more in a visitors uniform here. Torontos Jose Bautista doubled in the fourth and has now reached base safely in all 23 games this season. The feel-good story ended quickly when he was caught stealing third, with one out and Edwin Encarnacion on first. Dioner Navarro then popped up to end the threat. "Ive got no idea," Gibbons said when asked what Bautista was thinking. "Its not smart winning baseball. Im sure he wont do it again." Said Peavey: "That was a shot in the arm for us." Middlebrooks, returning to the Boston lineup from a strained right calf injury that had sidelined him since April 4, doubled home Pierzynski in the sixth to make it 6-0. Buehrle exited one hitter later after walking the No. 9 hitter, Jackie Bradley Jr. Neil Wagner followed Buehrle and soon had to deal with the bases loaded, with two out, after a Jose Reyes error and Ortiz walk. Wagner walked Mike Napoli to make it 7-0, after the Boston first baseman had fouled off a string of balls with the count full, before striking out Jonny Gomes. The Jays had men on first and third with two out in the sixth but Peavey struck out Bautista and Encarnacion to snuff out Torontos first threat of the night. Boston manager John Farrell called it a key moment. "Jake gets two big strikeouts to end their threat, to keep the momentum on our side." The hard-throwing Wagner, who complicated matters with two walks and one hit batsman in 1 1/3 innings, was followed by Todd Redmond. The Jays sent Wagner to Triple-A Buffalo after the game, calling up pitcher Chad Jenkins. Bradley, who had three extra base hits on the night, made it 8-1 with a two-out RBI double off Redmond in the ninth. Chris Capuano pitched the eighth for Boston, striking out the side. Andrew Miller worked the ninth, giving up a single while striking out two. ' ' '

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