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Nashvilles Seth Jones would, though, as he scored the eventual winner. Rookie defenceman Jones, whos already turning heads this early in his career, was selected fourth overall in the 2013 entry draft by the Predators. He now has four points on the season. "Weve been very fortunate," said Predator head coach Barry Trotz. "We really got a special player in Seth Jones. We saw what he can do. He played big minutes tonight, scored the winning goal. Hes earning his own stripes." Jones goal tarnished a solid performance by Carey Price, who made 35 saves in the loss. Price has never beaten Nashville in his career. "Price was big for us," said right-winger Brendan Gallagher, the Canadiens lone goal scorer. "We had a chance to win it late. But the only reason that was, was because he was so good early." Nashville captain Shea Weber opened the scoring with the man advantage at 12:31 of the first period. His cross-crease pass bounced off Montreal defenseman Josh Gorges and deflected past a helpless Price. Gallagher made it 1-1 at 7:02 of the second, finishing up a scramble in front of the net by lobbing the puck over Rinne. After Ellers disallowed goal, Jones walked into the Montreal zone, dangled the puck Gorges with a nifty move, and fired home his second goal of the season at 18:33 of the final period. "On the winning goal, it was bad coverage -- pretty simple," said Montreal head coach Michel Therrien. Rinne made 28 saves for the win. The loss put an end to the Canadiens four-game win streak. Montreal also lost forward Daniel Briere, who suffered a concussion after a second period hit by Nashvilles Eric Nystrom. Briere has a history of concussions, sustaining one in March, and another in January of last year. "I think it was an accident," Therrien said. "The two players ran into each other. I dont think the Nashville player was targeting his head." 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Canada was placed in one of the easiest groups during Saturdays live televised draw in Montreal.NEW YORK -- Derek Jeter stood on the dugout steps, stone-faced as a statue, when Ichiro Suzuki approached after rounding with the bases with his first home run since last August. Only when the Japanese star was inches away did the New York Yankees captain crack a wide smile and offer a fist bump. Suzuki hit a go-ahead, three-run drive in the third inning against Mark Buehrle, and the Yankees overcame an early deficit to beat the Blue Jays 6-4 Friday night for their 17th straight home win against Toronto. "I was kind of expecting that," Suzuki said through a translator, referring to Jeters reaction. "During batting practice, he always tells me, Cant leave, which means the ball doesnt leave the ballpark." This time, Jeter altered his comment slightly -- or so Suzuki thought. "I think he said, Can leave," Suzuki said before laughing. After months of injuries and mediocre play, the Yankees find themselves back in playoff position and in a much better frame of mind. New York won for the seventh time in eight games since the All-Star break and moved one game in front of the third-place Blue Jays in the AL East. "Its better than the alternative, but it really doesnt mean a whole lot with 60 games to go," manager Joe Girardi said. Jose Bautista homered twice to reach 20 for the fifth straight season. He also doubled and drove in four runs, but Buehrle couldnt hold leads of 3-0 and 4-2. The All-Star left-hander dropped to 1-12 against the Yankees, including 10 straight losses over the past decade. New York is 26-10 against Toronto since September 2012. The bottom four batters in the Yankees lineup combined to go 7 for 14 with four RBIs. "You walk in this stadium, you feel energy. Its hard to really describe why, but its there," said third baseman Chase Headley, acquired from San Diego on Tuesday. Hiroki Kuroda (7-6) shrugged off a shaky start and allowed four runs and eight hits in 5 2-3 innings. David Robertson pitched the ninth for his 26th save in 28 chances, completing the bullpens two-hit, scoreless night. "With the stuff I had, I was struggling all day. [url=http://www.airjordan6uk.com/]Discount Air Jordan 6 Sale[/url]. But at the same time, I tried to hang in there," Kuroda said through a translator. Buehrle (10-7) started the season 10-1 but dropped to 0-6 with a 4.83 ERA in nine starts since beating Kansas City on June 1. He gave up six runs and nine hits in three innings, his shortest outing since June 6, 2010, for the Chicago White Sox against Cleveland. "Thats just frustrating," Buehrle said. "A big game like this, we needed to come out and try and make a point." Toronto manager John Gibbons called off pregame batting practice, hoping to change his teams luck in the Bronx. And it seemed to work at first when Bautista hit a three-run homer over the left-field scoreboard on a 3-0 pitch in the first. But New York closed in the second on Brian Roberts bases-loaded infield hit on a bouncer to third and Brett Gardners sacrifice fly. Bautista hit a solo drive in the third -- hes 4 for 16 against Kuroda with four home runs. Carlos Beltrans solo drive and Suzukis first home run since Aug. 30 off Baltimores Miguel Gonzalez put the Yankees ahead. The homerless streak of 294 at-bats was the third-longest of Suzukis major league career. The 40-year-old entered in a 6-for-41 (.146) slide overall but is hitting .431 in his career against Buehrle (25 for 58). Torontos Yankee Stadium skid, which started in September 2012, is the longest for a team at one opponent since Tampa Bay lost 18 in a row in Cleveland from September 2005 to July 2010, according to STATS. Suzuki was happy to have any kind of positive number in his home run column. 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