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Two certainties about this season:The?Florida Panthers Jaromir Jagr will continue to defy age and score goals.The Calder Trophy race between the early front-runners -- Patrik Laine of the Winnipeg Jets and Auston Matthews of the Toronto Maple Leafs -- will rage on for the entire season if both rookies remain healthy.The start of the regular season has revealed unlikely developments, including the?San Jose Sharks Brent Burns?vying for the league lead?in scoring. Between the pipes, Montreal Canadiens backup Al Montoya is second among all goaltenders with a .962 save percentage, and?Edmonton Oilers goalie?Cam Talbot has five wins.Theres plenty of hockey left to be played, and the faces of those statistical categories will change soon. But here are five early predictions that will hold up:Carey Price will lead the Canadiens back to the postseason. He suffered a season-ending knee injury last November, but Montreals No. 1 netminder returned to health and led Team Canada to a World Cup of Hockey championship last month in Toronto. Once the regular season began, however, he was sidelined again with what was diagnosed as a severe case of the flu. He missed the first three games and the Canadiens went 2-0-1 with Montoya in net.Price made his season debut Thursday and posted a 27-save performance to help Montreal win 5-2 over the Arizona Coyotes?at Bell Centre. If Price can stay healthy, the Canadiens could compete for the top spot in the Atlantic Division. Montoya has been solid, but it says here that Price will have a productive season and lead his team into the Stanley Cup playoffs in the spring.The?Tampa Bay Lightning?are not in trouble. Its too early to claim a team is inconsistent, but after starting 3-0-0, the Lightning were ravaged in a 4-0 loss to the Colorado Avalanche (3-1-0) on Thursday at home. That loss will serve as the early-season wakeup call the Lightning need. The Avalanche look like a team that will contend for a playoff spot in the Central Division, but Tampa, the team many experts predicted would win the Stanley Cup in 2017, should not be shut out by Colorado.Expect the Lightning to enjoy more consistent play, and they will be rewarded with reaching the century mark in points after finishing with?97 in 2015-16.The Ducks will heat up, the Canucks will cool off. The Anaheim Ducks are 1-3-1 in the first five games, which is a little bit concerning since they won the Pacific Division last season with 103 points. Take a deep breath and recall how the Ducks began the 2015-16 season: losing nine of 10 before turning it around. The Ducks are too good to falter much longer. Plus, the teams first five games were on the road.The Ducks opened at home on Sunday against the Vancouver Canucks, who happen to be 4-0-0. This category is twofold: The Ducks will start winning games consistently, and the Canucks will cool off. After all, the addition of forward Loui Eriksson is a massive help for the Canucks, but Vancouver cant sustain this type of success for the entire season, right? Maybe the Canucks will prove everyone wrong.Brad Marchand will score 40 or more for the Bruins. The ink on his new eight-year, $49 million contract extension with the Boston Bruins isnt even dry yet, but the top-line winger has carried his World Cup of Hockey momentum into the regular season.After his short-handed goal with 43.1 seconds remaining in regulation led Team Canada to a 2-1 championship victory over Team Europe last month at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Marchand leads the league with three goals and six assists for nine points in five games. Even though he has a fat new deal, hes not the type of player to relax and go through the motions. He scored 38 goals last season and you can bet hell surpass that mark this season.The Oilers will keep scoring, as will the Senators (sort of). In the early going, Edmonton was tied for the NHL in team scoring, with 23 goals in six games. With a strong pool of talent, led by captain Connor McDavid, the Oilers should remain near the top of that category for the remainder of the regular season.The Ottawa Senators?have?18 goals each in five games. They are starting to cool off, but will likely still finish in the top 10 in the league in scoring thanks to the offensive production from defenseman Erik Karlsson, who already has two goals and five assists for seven points in five games.The Senators have missed the playoffs twice in the past three seasons, but they will compete for a postseason berth this spring. Cheap Justin Lawler Jersey . -- The Missouri Tigers might not have a roster full of superstars. 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Colin de Grandhomme hit an unbeaten 72 off 35 balls to take Auckland to victory against Canterbury, after they had lost half their side within the 12th over of their chase at Eden Park.Auckland were reduced to 75 for 5 after medium-pacer Ed Nuttall ran through their top order with a career-best 3 for 17. What followed was an unbroken partnership of 81 between de Grandhomme and SM Solia (29 off 21), that came off just 42 balls, and took Auckland past their target of 151 with ten balls to spare. 21-year-old left-arm spinner Jeremy Benton was taken for 30 runs in his solitary over during the course of Aucklands chase.Earlier, Cam Fletchers 37 and a 16-ball 35 by Andrew Ellis were the only significant contributions for Canterbury as they folded for 150 after electing to bat. Canterbury lost regular wickets, with legspinner Tarun Nethula returning career-best figures of 4 for 18, while pacers Donovan Grobbelaar and Tymal Mills took three wickets each in an innings where only five batsmen got into double figures.The win - their fourth in as many games - kept Auckland at the top of the table.Tom Bruce continued his fine domestic form with an aggressive 74 off 41 to lead Central Districts to a nine-run win against Wellington in Nelson. Central Districts scored a competitive 181 for 5 before Wellington fell short despite a quick half-century by captain and opener Hamish Marshall.Wellingtons chase saw a strong opening stand of 55 in the Powerplay, between Marshall and Michael Papps before they lost three wickets in the next four overs. Marshall went on to score his 15th T20 fifty, off 35 balls, but the rising asking rate led to his wicket, for 52 off 37, after Luke Ronchi and Grant Elliott fell for low scores. Wellington needed 69 in the last six overs and brought it dowwn to 29 off 12 but Michael Pollard was bowled for 22 and they fell short despite an unbeaten 26 off 17 from Luke Woodcock.dddddddddddd Left-arm spinner George Worker finished with a frugal 2 for 25 from four overs.Put in to bat, Central Districts lost Mahela Jayawardene for 5 in the second over before Worker, the other opener, and captain Will Young fell within the space of four balls at the score of 46. However, Bruce and Dane Cleaver revived them with a stand of 61, as Bruce did the bulk of scoring to take them past 100. Cleaver scored 15 and Bruces belligerent knock, with eight fours and three sixes, powered them till the last over that helped them go past 180. Elliott took two wickets but almost all bowlers leaked too many runs.Neil Broom celebrated his call-up to the ODI squad against Bangladesh with an unbeaten 54 off 41 balls as Otago registered a thumping eight-wicket win against a Northern Districts side that featured as many as six international players at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui.Northern Districts put on 157 after electing to bat, through contributions from Tim Seifert (41) and Corey Anderson (39). The pair brought impetus to the innings that was otherwise kept in check by tight bowling from Anaru Kitchen, Neil Wagner, and Warren Barnes, who took 5 for 46 in the ten overs among them.Otagos innings wasnt of the same brand, with openers Kitchen and Hamish Rutherford (39) racing off to a 51-run stand that took just 4.3 overs. Their separation brought a brief halt in momentum, but an unbroken stand of 91 for the third wicket between Broom and Michael Bracewell (41 off 27) took Otago to victory with 15 balls to spare. 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