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This weekend was his moment to ride off into the Madden 18 Coins sunset like the NHL folk hero he became.Atlantic Division 4, Metropolitan Division 3Right yes, there was other hockey happening on Sunday that we should probably mention. The first game of the All-Star tournament got us started between the two teams in the Eastern Conference, the Atlantic and Metropolitan divisions. Kris Letang got the first goal of the day for the Metropolitan team, but his teammate from Pittsburghgave us one of the best goals of the tournament.

 

Ultimately, Evgeni Malkin’s goal wouldn’t stand up as the Metropolitan Division game winner, as the Atlantic stormed back for two straight goals. P.K. Subban netted the final tally of the game and despite a tense last few moments, the Atlantic took home the first win of the evening thanks to some really solid defense.Yes, defense in a 3-on-3 All-Star tournament. You heard that right.Pacific Division 9, Central Division 6

 

This game had more of last year’s high-scoring affair, thanks to the 15 combined goals in the 20-minute match. Hometown favorite James Neal put the Central up first early, but the cheers for the Nashville forward were drowned away when John Scott drove home his first goal of the game.Scott would go on toscore one more in the game, along with orchestrating a masterfulmock fight with Patrick Kane, who was booed relentlessly during the tournament, and all weekend.Six goals were scored in the first half, with three split by each team.

 

The Pacific then pulled away from the Central in the final 10 minutes of the game with four straight goals. The Central were able to cut the lead down to two on their next two tallies, but it was the Pacific’s game all the way as the home crowd had to say goodbye to their Predators.Edmonton’s Taylor Hall netted a pair along with Scott, and, yes, goaltending did make an appearance in this game thanks to the Ducks’ John Gibson!

 

Pacific Division 1, Atlantic Division 0Ocean puns aside, this Buy Madden Mobile Coins game was a pure goaltenders duel, and in an All-Star game no less! Roberto Luongo did what he does best for the Florida Panthers and made some quite remarkable saves, especially considering most goaltenders like to take this weekend a bit more on the relaxed side.

Cousins had injured his NBA Live 18 Coins

Even so, Corey Perry was able tocrack the NBA Live 18 Coins next netminder in line in Ben Bishop for the game’s only score. Perry almost had two, if it wasn’t for a coach’s challenge that ruled goaltender interference on Hall.Yes, this All-Star tournament really had it all, folks.From then on out, it was just a waiting game. There were rumblings of course when Scott’s name didn’t appear as one of the three options for the.

 

HL’s MVP of the game, but they didn’t matter in the end anyway. Scottwas the tournament MVP, as it should be, and the Pacific won an All-Star Game that finally seems to have gotten on the good side of the reset button.

 

DeMarcus Cousins suffered a sprained left ankle Saturday that forced the Kings’ All-Star out of the game. The injury occurred late in the fourth quarter when Memphis’ Marc Gasol fell into Cousins’ ankle. Cousins had to be helped off the court by trainers. X-rays were negative and he was diagnosed with a sprained ankle,according to Jason Jones of the Sacramento Bee.

 

Cousins had injured his ankle earlier in the game, but he was able to re-enter at the time. The second injury appeared much more serious as Cousins ankle appeared to get trapped under Gasol as he fell to the court. Cousins did not appear able to put much weight on the leg as he was helped off the court.

 

The injury comes just a few Buy NBA 2K18 MT days after Cousins was named an All-Star for the second time in his career. The 25-year-old is in the midst of a career year. He entered the game Saturday averaging a career-high 27.2 points per game. He’s also averaging 11.2 rebounds per game and is arguably the best big man in the NBA.