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Aberdeen, Scotland (SportsNetwork.com) - Scottish Premier League leaders Aberdeen needed two goals in the final four minutes to salvage a 3-3 home draw against Dundee on Saturday. The visitors scored twice in the final 10 minutes of the first half before adding a third goal shortly after the break to take a 3-1 lead. But Aberdeen rallied in the closing minutes of the contest, and after Jonathan Hayes converted a penalty kick to reduce the deficit to 3-2, Ryan Jack notched the equalizer to snatch a point for his side. The result sees second-place Celtic move to within two points of Aberdeen after the defending champions downed Hamilton, 2-0, earlier in the day. It took just six minutes for the hosts to seize the lead as Adam Rooneys cross was finished off at close range by David Goodwillie. Gary Irvine pulled Dundee level in the 37th minute when he weaved his way into the box and smashed a shot past goalkeeper Scott Brown, while Greg Stewart made it 2-1 to the visitors a few minutes later when he scored after exchanging passes with Luka Tankulic. Rooney saw his attempt at an equalizer denied by the post, and Gary Harkins made it 3-1 when he collected a loose ball inside the box and beat Brown. A foul inside the area on Dundees Kostadin Gadzhalov handed Hayes the chance to score from the penalty spot, and he just managed to squeeze his effort past goalkeeper Scott Bain. Jack then provided the dramatic equalizer in stoppage time when a cross from Shaleum Logan was flicked on with Jack providing the final touch from close range. St Mirren climbed off the bottom of the league with a 2-1 win at Ross County in a battle of the bottom two sides as Stephen Mallan scored the winner in the 86th minute despite playing the second half with 10 men. 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In this weeks Leaf Report podcast, James Mirtle and Jonas Siegel debate whether Toronto can continue their shootout dominance and discuss what Dave Nonis game plan should be heading into the trade deadline.With a 2-0 series deficit and no Carey Price, Michel Therrien expects nothing less than a positive response when his club takes on the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden on Thursday for Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Final. While the team lost 3-1 on Monday night - a relative improvement from their 7-2 drubbing in Game 1 - the Montreal Canadiens head coach was impressed with the effort his players gave against a tough Rangers squad. "I want to give credit to the Rangers for what they did well," he told reporters in a conference call on Tuesday. "The Rangers defence did a good job of boxing players out, blocking shots and preventing second chances. We just need to keep working the way we did yesterday. Things can change very fast if we keep creating chances. The most important thing is that players follow the game plan and stay alert. If we keep doing that, things will turn around." The Canadiens - trailing by two games for the first time in these playoffs - have held the lead for just 17 seconds over the first 120 minutes played. Henrik Lundqvist made 41 saves in Game 2, including 19 in the third period. "I liked the engagement level of our team in Game 22," Therrien added.dddddddddddd "The first game was emotionally and physically tough for us, but we regrouped really well. On Monday, we played with energy and we pushed the pace. Im anxious to see the guys tomorrow and I feel optimistic for the rest of the series because of the way we competed." The Canadiens will now try to become the 20th team in Stanley Cup playoff history to win a series when losing the first two games at home. Fittingly, the Habs and Rangers have been a part of last three instances its happened - Montreal lost 4-2 to Carolina in 2006 after winning the first two games in Raleigh, the Washington Capitals beat the Rangers 4-3 after New York took the first two games at the Verizon Center in 2009 and Montreal won the first two games at Bostons TD Garden before losing 4-3 in their 2011 series with the Bruins. Still, Therrien is a full believer that his team can win once theyre reset in a couple of days. "Its a challenge to play in New York, but weve won many games throughout the years at Madison Square Garden," he explained. Therrien did not say which goaltender - Dustin Tokarski or Peter Budaj - would start in Game 3. ' ' '

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