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LAS VEGAS – After knotting its NHL Western Conference final series at 1-1 with a 3-1 victory at Winnipeg on Monday night Jonathan Marchessault Jersey , the Vegas Golden Knights now hold home-ice advantage for the best-of-seven series. But considering how the Jets have played on the road lately, that might not be a good thing.

Winnipeg, which was an NHL-best 32-7-2 at home during the regular season, has actually played better on the road during the playoffs, winning four of its last five away from Bell MTS Place, including a 5-1 rout of Nashville in Game 7 in the conference semifinals. The only road loss during that span was 5-4 in overtime in Game 2 against the Predators.

“We’ll be ready to bounce back,” Winnipeg center Paul Statsny said of heading into Wednesday night’s Game 3 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. “That’s playoff hockey, right? You win one and all of a sudden they get one and we lose one. You think you have momentum. We view this as a fresh start.”

“It’s a series,” added Jets defenseman Jacob Trouba. “I don’t think anybody is panicking. We’ve been here before.”

The Jets have outscored their opponents 21-9 in their last five playoff road games, which started with a 2-0 blanking of the Minnesota Wild in Game 4 of the quarterfinals. They outscored Nashville 11-3 in their final two games at Bridgestone Arena where the Preds were 28-9-4 during the regular season.

“We like our road game, we like where it was in the Nashville series and we’re going to try and bring the same effort,” Trouba said.

Vegas was 29-10-2 at home during the regular season at T-Mobile Arena and is 4-1 there in the playoffs.

“I think you feed off the crowd for sure,” Vegas defenseman Deryk Engelland said. “But the visiting team is coming in and trying to quiet the crowd down as much as they can. They’re going to come out flying and we’ve got to be ready to go.”

A bigger key than playing on home ice for both teams in the playoffs has been the ability to score first. Winnipeg is 8-1 when it scores the first goal while Vegas is 7-1.

Vegas center Jonathan Marchessault Authentic Stephen Johns Jersey , who scored two goals in Monday night’s victory, was asked whether he would rather have home ice or the first goal of the game if he had his choice.

“I think playing with the lead,” Marchessault said. “Playing with the lead is huge. When you are able to play with the lead, I think that makes a huge difference.”

Still, Marchessault says he’s looking forward to playing the next two games on his home ice. Vegas, behind two goals by William Karlsson, defeated the Jets 5-2 on Nov. 10 in the only regular-season meeting between the two teams at T-Mobile Arena.

“We’re definitely going to have a fun atmosphere,” Marchessault said. “We’ll get a lot of energy off of that.”

Vegas played without third leading scorer David Perron, who had 16 goals and 50 assists in the regular season and has seven assists in the playoffs, on Monday night. Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant wasn’t sure whether Perron would be ready to go on Wednesday night.

“He’s day-to-day,” Gallant said before his team’s optional skate on Tuesday afternoon. “He’s not feeling well.”

Saints coach Sean Payton spent the first part of Monday urging players and his own coaching staff to acknowledge everything they did wrong heading into a surprising season-opening loss to Tampa Bay.

"Today's a tough day in our league, obviously, after a loss like that Womens Marian Hossa Jersey ," Payton said. "It wasn't a good tape. It was not a good film.

"The first thing I said this morning was: 'It is oftentimes said that these early weeks of the season, your team can improve a lot.' I believe that to be true," Payton recounted.

"Now, if that is to happen, then today has to be a day where we're willing to shoulder and not deflect (criticism). That is me as the head coach and everyone in that room. What I mean by that 鈥?shoulder 鈥?is accept, 'Hey, I have to do this better. I have to find a way to improve this rather than try to deflect.'"

While Payton wanted his team focused primarily on addressing what went wrong in Sunday's 48-40 loss , a lot had to go right 鈥?namely on offense 鈥?in order for the Saints to score as many points as they did.

It was apparent that at 39 years old, Drew Brees remains effective enough to pass for 439 yards and lead the offense on five touchdown drives. Receiver Michael Thomas set a team record with 16 receptions. He also had 180 yards receiving and scored a touchdown.

Alvin Kamara picked up where he left off as Offensive Rookie of the Year last season, scoring three times to go with more than 100 yards receiving. Even 37-year-old tight end Ben Watson looked effective in his first game as a Saint in three years, catching four passes for 44 yards.

But Watson said that on good teams, every unit feels as if it came up short after a loss, so the offense was not praising itself. He said he would expect the defense would do the same in a low-scoring loss.

"We should have scored 49 鈥?and a good team looks at it that way Phil Kessel Jersey ," Watson said, alluding to the fact New Orleans could have indeed scored more if not for two lost fumbles 鈥?one of which was returned for a touchdown 鈥?and three drives than ended with punts.

Tampa Bay, by contrast, did not turn the ball over and punted only once.

"It's about looking in the mirror and being willing to acknowledge what we see," Watson said. "Football is a game played by humans. There's going to be mistakes made. ... How do we return from those?"

Veteran linebacker Demario Davis, who made his Saints debut on Sunday, said his defensive teammates should understand how urgent it is that they understand exactly what went wrong and how to correct it 鈥?fast. The Saints gave up more than 500 yards and three TDs longer than 35 yards.

"When you give up 48 points you didn't do nothing right 鈥?technique, assignment, alignment, eyes, discipline. It just wasn't a good performance," Davis said. "It wasn't good enough and we've got to get it fixed."

Heading into the season, the schedule appeared to allow a fast start for New Orleans Womens Mattias Ekholm Jersey , which has Super Bowl aspirations after nearly advancing to the NFC title game last season.

There was Sunday's opener at home against a Buccaneers squad coming off a five-win campaign and with its starting quarterback suspended, followed by another home game against Cleveland, which did not win a game last season.

Cleveland hasn't won a game yet this season, either. But the Browns' tie with Pittsburgh on Sunday left them better off than New Orleans, and also provided evidence that Cleveland may have improved considerably.

"This is going to be an important game for us," Davis said.

Added defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins: "We've just got to go out and play to win, regardless of whether it's the '85 Chicago Bears or the 0-16 Cleveland Browns from last year, or whatever."

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