LOS ANGELES -- The Staples Center crowd threw garbage onto the ice in the final

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LOS ANGELES -- The Staples Center crowd threw garbage onto the ice in the final minutes when a key call went against the Los Angeles Kings. Aron Baynes Celtics Jersey . The Anaheim Ducks dodged the debris and kept moving toward the post-season with a gritty win over their biggest rivals. Patrick Maroon scored the go-ahead goal, Frederik Andersen made 37 saves, and the Ducks beat the Kings 2-1 on Saturday night for their third straight win in the Freeway Faceoff. Andersen and the Pacific Division leaders barely held off the Kings, who had a 38-20 shots advantage. An apparent tying goal by Anze Kopitar was waved off with 6:23 left because of incidental contact with Andersen, prompting Kings fans to litter the ice. The Ducks still showed remarkable resilience in another bruising chapter of this rivalry. Tim Jackman scored an early goal for the Ducks, who won back-to-back games at Colorado and Los Angeles after a four-game skid knocked them from their longtime perch atop the overall NHL standings. Anaheim leads San Jose by two points in the division standings, and the Kings are well back in third place. "Its going to be tough for the Kings to catch us now," Anaheim coach Bruce Boudreau said. "Were up 15 points on them with 14 games to play. They were playing so well. We didnt think they were going to lose another game all year. It was important for us to come in here and show we could measure up to them." Tyler Toffoli scored a power-play goal and Martin Jones stopped 18 shots for the Kings, whose eight-game winning streak was snapped Thursday by Toronto. Los Angeles had won each of Anaheims last five visits to Staples Center since November 2011. The late-game controversy added to the lively rivalry in the Southern California clubs first meeting since their outdoor game at Dodger Stadium on Jan. 25. Kopitars shot through traffic hit Andersens crossbar and apparently rattled in, but the officials immediately waved off any goal, later announcing Andersen had been hit. "The puck was in, but there was some contact," Andersen said. "I couldnt really stop the puck. The ref did the right thing and made the right call." Replays showed the puck barely crossed the goal line while Marian Gaborik and Anaheims Jakob Silfverberg were next to Andersen. Los Angeles coach Darryl Sutter leaned onto the ice to disagree, and the crowd made its displeasure known. "They called it that I touched the goalie before the puck went in," Gaborik said. "But I dont know, I havent seen the replay." Dozens of fans threw drinks, water bottles and concession items on the ice, prompting a short pause in play while employees with snow shovels removed the garbage. "I dont know why everybody is getting wound up about that," Boudreau said. "They ran into our goalie. I thought it should have been a penalty, frankly. ... Ive seen a lot less things get called for penalties." Jackman put the Ducks ahead late in the first period with his fourth goal of the season, coming out of the corner to score on a slick pass from Mathieu Perreault. The Kings evened it on a power-play goal midway through the second period when Jarret Stolls shot hit Andersens pads and went straight to Toffoli for just his second goal in 26 games since Dec. 19. "I think we didnt play the best that we could," Toffoli said. "But I think we know now that the rest of the season here we have to play hard and play the right way." Los Angeles hadnt scored against Anaheim in more than 148 consecutive minutes, going scoreless against their rivals since Kopitars first-period goal early in their last meeting at Honda Center, two days before Jonas Hillers shutout in Chavez Ravine. Maroon put the Ducks back ahead on the games next shot just 1:09 later. Sprawling Kings defenceman Jake Muzzin deflected the puck past Jones for Maroons first goal since Jan. 30. The Kings scratched captain Dustin Brown, who played sparingly against Toronto on Thursday after Sutter said Browns entire line looked tired. The U.S. Olympian missed practice Friday with what Sutter said was an illness. Anaheim scratched U.S. Olympic defenceman Cam Fowler, who incurred a lower-body injury Friday in Calgary. The Ducks also played without 43-year-old forward Teemu Selanne, who has sat out the back end of several back-to-back sets this season. NOTES: New Anaheim D Stephane Robidas took the pregame warmup, but didnt make his Ducks debut. The veteran blue-liner, acquired March 4 from Dallas, is nearly recovered from a broken leg. ... Jones started for the second time in three games after Jonathan Quick missed practice Friday with an illness. ... Anaheims power play went 0 for 3, dropping to 2 for 42 in its last 13 games. Jaylen Brown Celtics Jersey . Cornet won six straight games to rally from a 2-0 deficit and take the first set. The 25th-ranked Frenchwoman broke back twice in the second set before Bacsinszky saved a match point at 5-4. Kyrie Irving Celtics Jersey . The rookie is rewarding their faith with a stellar first season. MacKinnon had a goal and two assists, Jamie McGinn had two goals and an assist, and Colorado beat the Buffalo Sabres 7-1 on Saturday. http://www.authenticcelticsteamproshop.com/Cheap-Gordon-Hayward-Celtics-Jersey/ . Heck, we might just miss the BCS. Maybe? It sort of worked out this season. Top-ranked Florida State (13-0) was the only team to get through the regular season unbeaten, and the Seminoles did it in dominating fashion.In an NHL season of wild momentum swings and dramatic finishes -- see Game 7 of Toronto-Boston and Game 6 of Chicago-Boston -- perhaps we shouldnt be surprised the race for No. 1 in the NHL Draft has been a wild ride of its own, with a series of entertaining twists and turns. Halifax Moosehead centre Nathan MacKinnon started the 2012-13 season as TSNs consensus top prospect and that is precisely where hell finish it -- as No. 1 on TSNs Final Top 75 2013 NHL Draft Rankings. Last September, in a TSN pre-season survey of 10 NHL scouts, it was unanimous, all 10 ranking the Cole Harbour, N.S., native as No. 1. And when the same 10 scouts were surveyed by TSN more than 10 months later, in the last week as a matter of fact, eight had the dynamic goal-scoring pivot as No. 1 on their list. If you didnt know better, one might assume it was a comfortable wire-to-wire win for MacKinnon. But it was anything but, with the scouts changing their minds on multiple occasions and MacKinnon losing that mantle for a significant portion of the season. Even in September, when MacKinnons No. 1 status was unanimous, the scouts acknowledged that Portland Winterhawk defenceman Seth Jones was a legitimate challenger to MacKinnon, just a wisp behind him in their rankings. Just prior to the World Junior Championship in December, Jones play in the WHL had convinced three of the 10 scouts that he, not MacKinnon, was the No. 1 prospect. A month later, after brilliant performances at the WJC and CHL Prospects game, Jones was declared the new No. 1 on TSNs mid-season draft rankings, with seven of the 10 scouts choosing Jones over MacKinnon. And what was initially billed as a two-horse race between MacKinnon and Jones became a three-horse affair with the emergence of first year QMJHLer Jonathan Drouin, who just happened to be MacKinnons linemate on the Mooseheads. Drouin played so well at the WJC and was so dominant in a month of the QMJHL regular season when MacKinnon was sidelined with a knee injury that the dynamic Quebecois moved into the No. 1 conversation for some. When the scouts were surveyed in late April for TSNs Draft Lottery edition rankings, eight pegged Jones at No. 1, with MacKinnon and Drouin getting only one first-place vote apiece. And four of those 10 scouts ranked Drouin ahead of MacKinnon on their list. But then came the QMJHL playoffs, notably the Memorial Cup, and MacKinnon, fully healed from his knee injury, went on an incredible tear that culminated with a pair of Memorial Cup hat tricks, including one to lead Halifax to the championship in the title game. MacKinnon started the 2012-13 scouting season with a hat trick to lead Canada to victory in the gold-medal game of the Ivan Hlinka U-18 tourney last August and bookended it in the final game of the season at the Memorial Cup. And in the span of about one month -- from late April to late May -- MacKinnon went from having one first-place vote from scouts surveyed by TSN to getting eight of 10. By any and all draft ranking standards, it was a remarkable turnaround in a relative short time span. "Theres usually not that much movement at the top of the draft over the course of a season," one scout told TSN. "But what you have to understand is its always been really close between the top three or four guys. They all have their attributes and theyre all really different in terms of their skill sets. Its a really good draft, for both high-end players and depth, too." Indeed. MacKinnon is a shoot-first, goal-scoring centre with dynamic speed and power and a tenacious puck hound whose strengths should translate well at the NHL level. Jones, who is No. 2 on TSNs Top 75, is a big, athletic specimen whose skating is elite level, possessing a capacity to take over games offensively and more than enough defensive awareness to hold the promise of a complete package blueliner. Drouin, No. 3, is a sub-6 foot winger with dynamic puck and stick skills whose vision, playmakinng and ability to dominate games offensively is second to none. Al Horford Celtics Jersey. . Finnish centre Aleksander Barkov, No. 4 on TSNs list, was a man amongst men in the Finnish Elite League this season, playing a strong two-way game and putting up better offensive numbers than many last fall thought he was capable of producing. Barkov is ranked by some NHL teams as no lower than No. 2 overall. "Theres something for everyone at the top of this draft," another scout said. TSNs Top 10 rankings for 2013 also include the following: 5. Swedish centre Elias Lindholm. He is one of the most complete players in the draft, a savvy two-way pivot with offensive skills and hockey sense who makes all the right moves with and without the puck. 6. Russian forward Valeri Nichushkin. The hulking right shot winger from Chelyabinsk can play a pure power game when he drives the net and now that hes free of KHL commitments and able to play in the NHL next season he may be less of a draft-day wild card. 7. Ottawa 67s centre Sean Monahan. The late 94 birthdate, 3rd-year OHLer is a skilled forward who put up good offensive numbers but plays a strong all-around game that may have suffered at times this season because the 67s had a poor season and traded away some key veterans. 8. Finnish defenceman Rasmus Ristolainen. The 6-foot-4 blueliner owns what may be the hardest slapshot of any 2013 draftee and he plays a hard, straight line physical two-way game. 9. Soo Greyhound defenceman Darnell Nurse. At a shade under 6-4 and still filling out, the son of former CFLer Richard Nurse has the frame, aggressive mindset and tremendous mobility to be a hard-to-play against two-way or shutdown defenceman. 10. London Knight forward Max Domi. The son of former NHL tough guy Tie Domi is only 5-9 but at a playing weight in the 190s and with his quickness, power and mad puck skills, Domi can score or make plays with the best of them. NHL scouts seem genuinely excited by not only the quality and depth of this years prospects throughout the first round but the diversity of the different types of players available. There are some notable trends in this years TSN Top 30 draft rankings: -- Its a great year for the Quebec League, with 8 prospects in TSNs top 30, including the No. 1 ranked MacKinnon and No. 3 ranked Drouin. Thats one more than the seven prospects for each of the Ontario and Western Leagues. -- Its a great year for the province of Quebec in terms of home-grown talent. Even when you factor out one QMJHL Maritimer (MacKinnon), one American (No. 20 ranked Adam Erne) and one Russian (No. 25 ranked Valentin Zykov), there are five Quebec based prospects still in the top 30. -- There is only one goalie ranked in TSNs Top 30 -- Halifax netminder Zach Fucale at No. 19. He is also one of the eight QMJHLers and five province of Quebec prospects. -- There are a lot of highly-touted big defencemen. Each of the top-six rated blueliners on TSNs list -- No. 2 Jones, No. 8 Ristolainen, No. 9 Nurse, No. 11 Nikita Zadorov, No. 16 Mirco Mueller and No. 17 Sam Morin -- are bigger than 6-foot-3. -- The majority (16) of TSNs Top 30 are Canadians. There are five Swedes, three Americans, three Russians, two Finns and one Swiss player rounding it out. -- There are no U.S. high school or college players in TSNs Top 30. One final note on how TSN arrives at the rankings: We survey 10 NHL scouts to get a numerical ranking of where they would slot prospects according to their individual preferences. Based on compilation of those 10 surveys, we arrive at a consensus ranking of at what point in the draft a prospect is most likely to be selected. Which teams are picking in which slot has no bearing or influence on the process. It is not a mock draft or an assigning of players to specific teams as much as it is a projection of when a prospect is likely to be taken. The draft is this Sunday in at 3 pm ET in Newark, N.J., and TSN will be on air for the entirety of the draft. 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