"It would be special to play for Canada," said Stanley. "There is a lot on the line in the short tournament. You have to be at your best and the games are high intensity which makes it a lot of fun." Liska has represented Slovakia at every level since he was 15 years old and has already been invited to the country's North American selection camp booked for Rochester, N.Y. next month.
The Knights were pressing hard in the third period when Adrian Carbonara took a penalty for tripping. The frustrated overage winger lost his cool and fired the puck into the empty Rangers net and picked up a second minor for unsportsmanlike conduct on the play. It was a costly outburst as the Rangers made good on the ensuing power play to break a 2-2 tie. Kitchener goalie Luke Richardson made 31 saves and helped quell five London power plays to improve to 6-5-1-0.
The game seemed destined for a shootout but Windsor's Luke Boka capped the 6-5 victory with 11 seconds left in overtime to snap the Rangers' season-high four-game winning streak. "I'm proud of them for the resolve they had in coming back and squeezing out a point and getting three out of four (points) on the weekend," said McKee, whose Rangers bested Windsor 4-3 Friday at the Aud.
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Selecting a term
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