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JACKSON SCORES TWO LONG ONES
DeSean Jackson scored touchdowns on a 67-yard run and a 57-yard passing play on Monday. He joins the Titans' Chris Johnson as NFL players with touchdowns of 50 or more yards on both a run and a catch in one game this season. Over the 22 seasons from 1987 to 2008 only one player, Clinton Portis, had touchdowns of 50-plus yards on both a run and a catch in one game.
Prior to Jackson, only one Eagles player had done that: Bosh Pritchard against the Redskins in 1949.
D.C. FANS BETTER OFF AT RFK TO SEE THE HOME TEAM SCORE
The Redskins scored two touchdowns Monday and they have scored only seven touchdowns in their last eight home games. By way of comparison, D.C. United scored nine goals in their final eight home games this season.
GABORIK SCORES 10TH FOR RANGERS
Marion Gaborik scored his 9th and 10th goals for the Rangers on Monday in his 12th game for the team. Over the last 20 years only three other players have reached 10 goals for the Rangers in as few games as Gaborik: Mike Gartner (9 games in 1990), Pavel Bure (10 games in 2002) and Brendan Shanahan (11 games in 2006).
Gaborik, who signed with the Rangers as a free agent this past summer, reached double-figures in goals this season in fewer games than in any of the eight seasons he played with the Minnesota Wild. His quickest season to 10 goals for Minnesota was 13 games in 2002-03.
HAMRLIK SCORES THE OT GAME-WINNER FOR MONTREAL
Roman Hamrlik's goal 1:32 into overtime gave the Canadiens a 3-2 victory over the Islanders on Monday night. It was Montreal's second straight overtime win -- they beat the Rangers in OT on Saturday -- and their league-high fourth extra-time win this season. The Canadiens' four overtime wins this month are twice as many as they recorded in any previous calendar month since the NHL instituted the 5:00 overtime format in 1983.
ISLANDERS GIVING FANS MORE HOCKEY
The Islanders have gone to overtime six times in their first 10 games this season, including Monday. Since 1983-84, the first season of the current five-minute overtime period, only three other teams have gone to OT in at least six of their first 10 games of a season: 1986-87 Rangers (7 times), 1995-96 Kings and 2000-01 Panthers.
MINNESOTA ISN'T WILD ABOUT ROAD GAMES
The Wild have won all three of their home games this season but they're 0-8-0 on the road following their 3-1 loss in Chicago on Monday night. Minnesota is the first NHL team to begin a season with an eight-game road losing streak since Pittsburgh did that in 1996-97.
MY NAME IS JONAS
Yes, Weezer fans, the Toronto vs. Anaheim game on Monday was the first in NHL history in which each starting goaltender was named Jonas (Gustavsson for Toronto, Hiller for Anaheim).