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Habs' Markov Lights It
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Markov scored a goal in Thursday night's 5-2 loss to Winnipeg.Coming off a 12-point February, Markov has slowed to a crawl in March with just one goal and three assists in 13 games. The 36-year-old defenseman logs heavy minutes, nearly 25 per game, so a drop off is understandable. With the Habs cruising, having already clinched a playoff berth, they might want to consider easing off on Markov as they enter April.
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Habs' Gallagher Stays Hot
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Gallagher scored a goal and had five shots on net in Thursday night's 5-2 loss to the Jets. The goal was Gallagher's fourth in as many games.The effort's there every night from Gallagher, who scored unassisted in the loss. He has 23 goals this season, second on the team behind Max Pacioretty. Have him ready for Saturday night when the Habs host the Panthers.
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Ducks' Maroon Opens Scoring In Boston
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Maroon scored his ninth of the season Thursday night against the Bruins.A nifty little move allowed Maroon to get open and fire a shot past Bruins' goalie Tuukka Rask. He's only managed 33 points on the season, but he remains part of a whole host of Ducks who are hanging around the outer region of fantasy relevance.
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Ducks' Perry Scores Late Equalizer
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Perry scored in the last minute of the third to send Thursday's game against the Bruins to overtime.He struggled throughout the early part of March with just four points in the first nine games, but has bounced back nicely with four goals and an assist in his last five. Perry is heating up at just the right time for the Ducks.
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Athletics' Jesse Chavez happy with spring showing
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Athletics pitcher Jesse Chavez allowed four runs (two earned) on seven hits and two walks in 3 2/3 innings while striking out one in Thursday's 6-4 win over the Giants.

Chavez, who was on the mound just two days after the birth of his daughter, is happy with his performance this spring, the Bay Area News Group reports.

"I feel good," Chavez said. "I’ve put some men on, but I’ve pitched out of some jams. I’ve showed them I won’t let it snowball."

Chavez believes he needs to improve at changing the eye level of batters.

"I’ve got to get them to change eye levels better," Chavez said. "The last two or three starts, I haven’t been able to do that. The pitches that I’m trying to elevate they’re fouling off (instead of swinging and missing) and that runs up my pitch count."

Chavez has posted a 4.50 ERA in 16 innings as he competes for a spot in the rotation.

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