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BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. -- Playing time has been limited for Maxim Tissot this season, so the Montreal Impact defender made the most of his first scoring opportunity on Saturday. Tissot collected his first career goal in the 87th minute of the match to help lift the visiting Impact to a 2-2 tie with the Chicago Fire. Tissot, who had appeared in just two matches entering Saturday, scored on a short header in a flurry in front of the Fire goal late in the Major League Soccer clash at Toyota Park. The tie gave Montreal (13-9-7, 46 points) a valuable road point as it remains in third place in MLS tight Eastern Conference playoff race. "If I can have three points, thats better," Impact coach Marco Schallibaum said. "(But) when you see the game and youre behind 2-1 and you come back to get the (tie) Im happy." The deadlock snapped the Impacts two-game losing streak while Chicago (11-12-7, 40 points) fell to seventh place, two points out of the fifth and final conference playoff berth. Chicago forward Mike Magee scored in the 57th minute as he slipped through two defenders and skipped a short shot past Impact goalkeeper Troy Perkins to tie it at 1-1. He struck again in the 73rd minute when Perkins tried to clear the ball. Magee aggressively challenged Perkins, picked up the loose ball and hit the back of the net for his 18th goal of the season. Magee just missed a hat trick when a penalty kick in the 79th minute hit the left post. "Thats a situation where Ive got to put that away for the team," Magee said. "Thats a big goal. ... It wasnt my time." MLS scoring leader Marco Di Vaio gave the Impact a 1-0 lead in the 25th minute when he slipped between two Fire defenders and launched a 12-yard shot past Chicago goalkeeper Sean Johnson. The goal was Di Vaios 19th of the season and third career strike against Chicago. "The second half we didnt have so much energy as in the first half and that comes from more pressure from Chicago," Schallibaum said. "They made it 1-1 and then the second (goal) was a present on our part. But we didnt give up." Impact midfielder Felipe Martins -- the teams No. 2 scorer with five goals -- sat out due to excessive caution accumulations. Fire defender Bakary Soumare was out due to a red card issued last Saturday at Columbus. Consecutive losses at Stade Saputo to Columbus and Vancouver left the Impact still in the playoff picture but not as the MLS Eastern Conference leaders the Impact were a few weeks ago. The Impact, who have five regular season games remaining, travel to Houston on Friday and return home to host New England on Oct. 12. Air Max 720 Femme Soldes . The start of the seasons fifth and final major was delayed two hours due to heavy rain in the area. The tournament eventually began, but with water on the greens and the rain persisting, players were called back to the clubhouse less than an hour after the first group teed off. 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Tavares lifted the stick of Devils defenseman Adam Larsson below the goal line to acquire the puck, moved in on net and finished the play with a wrister past the blocker of Keith Kinkaid for the win. We just kept shooting pucks and it finally paid off, Tavares said. I just took it to the net. The goalie committed to me and I hit the far side. Tavares also assisted on a goal by Josh Bailey and Jaroslav Halak made 21 saves in his sixth straight start for the Islanders, who ended a two-game skid. Travis Zajac and Scott Gomez lit the lamp for the Devils, who earned a point after being held to just 14 shots in Thursdays 3-0 loss at Boston. Kinkaid turned aside 28 shots in defeat. New Jersey took a 2-1 lead after Adam Henrique beat Halak to the puck behind the cage and sent it to Gomez, who snapped a shot into the vacant net at 7:23 of the third period. Tavares gathered the puck after it took an odd carom off the boards behind the New Jersey net and sent it off Kinkaids skate and into the nnet from a sharp angle for a 2-2 game with 6:13 remaining in regulation.dddddddddddd. Neither team lit the lamp during a sluggish opening 20 minutes and the Islanders owned a 7-2 shot advantage heading into the second. The Devils had a goal waved off 4:12 into the middle frame. Patrik Elias blasted a shot from the left circle and Zajac followed it up and put the puck in past the goal line, but the referee had already blown the play dead. The duo would not be denied later in the frame. Zajac skated across the slot to the right circle and sent a pass to Elias below the goal line. Elias quickly dished the puck back to Zajac, who rifled a shot over the shoulder of Halak for a 1-0 Devils lead with 8:03 to play in the middle stanza. Bailey deflected Calvin de Haans point shot over the glove of Kinkaid for a 1-1 game just 1:02 into the third. Game Notes The Islanders have now won five straight games against the Devils, including three this season ... Prior to the game, the Devils activated forward Jacob Josefson from injured reserve and placed defenseman Eric Gelinas on IR ... The two teams will conclude the season series March 21 at Prudential Center. ' ' '