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ALBANY, N.Y. -- Any chance the St. Johns IceCaps had of stealing a second American Hockey League road playoff victory was ruined by penalties. The Albany Devils were awarded nine power-play opportunities Saturday night and cashed in three of them to defeat the IceCaps 4-2. After the IceCaps 2-1 victory Friday night, the best-of-five series is tied at one game apiece as the teams move to St. Johns, N.L., for the remaining games. "We have to stay more disciplined," said defenceman Brenden Kichton, who scored both St. Johns goals. "Youre not going to win hockey games when youre in the box, but we to have credit them. They did a good job on their power play. They got three goals out of it, and thats not how we play to win." The IceCaps, who allowed the Devils only two power-play chances in Game 1, still got out of Albany with a split. "Its a five-game series here, as everybody says, and we were able to get the one game in here," St. Johns coach Keith McCambridge said. "We would have really liked to get this game. Well have a chance to refocus here and get ourselves back in the right direction for Wednesday." The Devils, buoyed by the largest home crowd at 8,026 in Albanys 21-year AHL history, made their potential path to the next round a little more negotiable. A loss would have forced Albany to sweep three games at St. Johns in order to advance. "Going into that building and having to win all three would definitely be pretty tough," Devils coach Rick Kowalsky said. "We said before, you cant sit here and talk about a must win. We talked about individually and as a team trying to be better than we were last night and realizing that I felt we grew as a team just in that short 60 minutes." Stefan Matteau, Mattias Tedenby and Scott Timmins had Albanys power-play goals. Kelly Zajac assisted on two of them, winning face-offs both times on the St. Johns half of the ice. Tedenby snapped a 2-2 tie at 8:08 of the second. Zajac won a draw just outside the IceCaps blue-line and skated in a 2-on-1 with Tedenby, who took the pass and beat St. Johns goaltender Michael Hutchinson from in close. Timmins got an insurance goal with 9:59 remaining in the third. "We would have liked not to be on the short end of the penalties for a good majority of the night," McCambridge said. "Weve got to make sure we are in control. Weve got to make sure we realize where we are in the game and try to keep it 5-on-5." St. Johns had only four power-play opportunities. Kichton first goal bounced in off the skate of Devils defenceman Jon Merrill. He also converted on a power play early in the second period, capitalizing when Albany defenceman Seth Helgeson fell at the blue-line. Keith Kinkaid, who gave up a soft goal with 23.1 seconds remaining Friday night, got his first professional victory in goal. Both he and Hutchinson made 30 saves. 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He scored 25 points and the Suns made almost 57 per cent of their shots through three quarters Saturday night in a 105-95 victory over the Charlotte Bobcats.It has been an off-season of change for Wally Buono. The B.C. Lions GM and vice-president of football operations has been busy revamping his roster following the clubs heart-breaking West Division final loss to the Calgary Stampeders. Buono dealt such veterans as defensive tackle Khalif Mitchell (to Toronto) and backup quarterback Mike Reilly (to Edmonton), released others like receiver Arland Bruce III and cornerback Byron Parker while re-signing more than 20 players, including quarterback Travis Lulay, offensive linemen Jovan Oliafoye and Ben Archibald and linebacker Solomon Elimimian in an attempt to earn B.C. its second Grey Cup title in three seasons. But no move was more significant than the trading of 14-year veteran slotback Geroy Simon -- the CFLs all-time receiving yards leader -- to the Saskatchewan Roughriders on Jan. 24 for receiver Justin Harper and a 2014 third-round pick. Simon, who spent 12 seasons with the Lions, needs just 29 catches to break Ben Cahoons CFL record of 1,017 career receptions. Simon, 37, missed five games last year with hamstring problems, limiting him to 54 catches for 700 yards and two touchdowns. It marked the first time in 10 seasons Simon hadnt cracked the 1,000-yard plateau. "For us, 2013 is a time of change," Buono said during a CFL conference call Wednesday. "The change, obviously when you consider the fact we traded Geroy Simon, is a significant thing. "Hes a class act and were going to miss him but at the end of the day my job is to make sure we field the most competitive team. The off-season has been very very very busy but I think it has been very very positive." Buono has never shied away from making tough personnel decisions. He released Hall of Fame slotback Alan Pitts following the 2000 season in Calgary and also cut receiver Jason Clermont, twice the CFLs top Canadian with B.C., after the 08 campaign. Its that eye for talent and knack for knowing when a veterans best days are behind him that have helped Buono register a CFL-record 254 career coaching victories and record-tying five Grey Cup titles. Buono has also been named the leagues coach of the year four times, second only to Don Matthews, who had five. Buono said even if B.C. had successfully defended its 2011 Grey Cup title, changes wouldve been made this off-season. "You cant allow everybody to age all at the same time," Buono said. "Its a tough business, we all know that. "But my job is to provide (Lions head coach Mike Benevides) with what he wants and his job is to win football games. At the end of the day I think we put ourselves in that position." Benevides, who replaced Buono as Lions coach after 11 campaign, agreed. "It was a tremendously disappointing result, theres no doubt about that," he said. "But those changes wouldve occurred anyways." One player still on Buonos radar is receiver Emmanuel Arceneaux, who played with B.C. in 2009-10 before joining the NFLs Minnesota Vikings. Arceneaux was waived Wednesday by the New York Jets but Buono said the move was expected and Arceneaux, 25, would re-sign with the NFL club Thursday. "Manny is a player I have high regard for and I know this organization does to," Buono said. "Weve stayed in constant touch . . . and he lets me know how things are going. "We wish him the best but if he was available wed have a definite interest." But its not as if B.C.s roster needs revamping. The Lions posted a league-best 13-5 record last year but their season came to an abrupt halt with a 34-29 home loss to Calgary in the West final. And that was a bitter pill to swallow for Benevides, a Toronto native and the CFLs lone Canadian-born head coach. "It (2012 season) was a dream come true for a Canadian kid born in this country who now gets to be a head coach in this great league," Benevides said. "The players did everything I asked of them. "Unfortunately on the last day . . . we werent able to win that last game and thats probably the hardest part.dddddddddddd But you have to look at the entire body of work and Im proud of the organization and players." Benevides coaching staff returns relatively intact as offensive co-ordinator Jacques Chapdelaine will also work directly with the teams receivers after receivers coach Travis Moore didnt return. Jarious Jackson, Lulays backup during B.C.s 2011 Grey Cup run who earned another ring last year with Toronto, is also back with the Lions but as their quarterbacks coach. Its a move Lulay, the 2011 CFL outstanding player, approves. "Hes a guy Ive run the gamut with in terms of playing the position and to get Jarious back is something Im excited about." Lulay said. "He started three of four games last year and threw a TD pass in the Grey Cup which was the last game played in our league, so it doesnt get fresher than that." Lulay said continuity in the Lions coaching staff is pivotal heading into the 2013 season. "Its important from a players perspective knowing youre going to battle with guys on the staff youve been there before with," he said. "Much of the staff is here that we won a championship with in 2011." One of Buonos biggest off-season moves was re-signing Lulay, 29, to a contract extension reportedly worth $450,000 annually, making him one of the CFLs highest-paid players. Lulay had a career-best 66.5 per cent completion average last year, passing for 4,231 yards with 27 TD tosses and just 10 interceptions. Even without either Simon or Bruce III, B.C.s receiving corps is rich in Canadian talent with the likes of Akeem Foster, Shawn Gore, Marco Iannuzzi and Paris Jackson. Winnipeg native Andrew Harris is also a dual at running back -- rushing for 1,112 yards last year while adding 75 catches for 718 yards and four TDs. The return of Oliafoye -- the CFLs top lineman last year -- Archibald and veteran centre Angus Reid will certainly help keep Lulay upright. Thats good, too, considering Lulay was hampered with back issues during B.C.s recent mini-camp after enduring a late-season shoulder ailment in 2012. And with the start of training camp less than a month away, Lulay says hes healthy. "I dont know where the back thing came from . . . it was a 48-hour thing and has been fine ever since," he said. "The shoulder feels great, obviously it did slow me down a little bit at the end of last season . . . but physically, I feel great." The return of linebackers Elimimian and Adam Bighill (re-signed to an extension in off-season) anchors a defence that last season was the CFLs best. Benevides said Elimimian and Bighill will combine with veteran Anton McKenzie to give defensive co-ordinator Rich Stubler plenty of options. "Theyre going to be extremely dynamic and used in multiple ways," Benevides said. "Its going to be really, really great for us to have that." The return of veteran defensive backs Dante Marsh, Lin-J Shell and Korey Banks gives a rugged secondary continuity. But safety Cauchy Muamba joined his brother, Henoc, in Winnipeg as a free agent. Benevides said veteran J.R. LaRose will get a shot at replacing Muamba. "He has the (first) right of refusal right now," Benevides said. "Hes going to have to make sure he makes strides to take that job in training camp." Last season, Benevides asked his players to perform hard in training camp but plans to take a different approach when veterans report next month. "Im really going to try to make it about teaching and making sure we empower our players to understand what it is thats expected of them," Benevides said. "Were going to try to employ more teaching to minimize some of the contact and protect the players, not only from injury but just try to keep them fresh so we start the season strong and fast. "I think ultimately what we are is teachers so if we use the time to teach and get these guys prepared to play fast well be better for it." ' ' '

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