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  • Los Angeles, CA ( - Jakob Silfverberg scored the only goal in the shootout, lifting the Anaheim Ducks to a 3-2 win over the Los Angeles Kings at the Staples Center. Silfverberg was Anaheims second shooter in the final phase and snapped a low shot past Jonathan Quick. He is 7-for-11 this season in shootouts. Frederik Andersen then stopped Marian Gaboriks backhand attempt to give Anaheim the extra point. Andersen also turned aside Jeff Carter and Anze Kopitar earlier in the shootout and finished the contest with 26 saves. Sami Vatanen scored the tying goal in the third period for the Ducks, who have won four in a row and six of their last seven. Anaheim just completed a 6-2-0 homestand and played on the road for the first time since Dec. 27 at Arizona. Kopitar and Alec Martinez scored for Los Angeles, which was coming off a home loss to New Jersey on Wednesday and fell to 1-2-3 in its last six games -- all at the Staples Center. Quick finished with 29 saves in defeat. 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Its the games against the leagues struggling franchises that have proved to be an issue.FA chairman Greg Dyke has told UEFA that stewarding at Englands Euro 2016 match with Russia was unacceptable and warned he has serious concerns about security for Thursdays clash against Wales. In a letter to European footballs governing body, Dyke said his organisation is taking the threat to kick England out of the tournament seriously but defended the role of English fans in the crowd trouble during Saturdays match with Russia.UEFAs executive committee on Sunday warned the FA and the Russian Football Union it will not hesitate to impose additional sanctions...including the potential disqualification of their respective teams should fan disorder continue. But while Dyke condemned the trouble involving England fans in Marseille, he insists video evidence proves Russian fans were to blame for the ugly scenes inside the Stade Velodrome, a claim he feels is backed up by UEFAs decision to only instigate sanctions against Russia.Dyke wrote: Whilst we absolutely share the executive committees concern regarding these abhorrent scenes, particularly in the Stade Velodrome on Saturday night, I would like to make some serious points. Roy Hodgson and Wayne Rooney have urged Englands fans at Euro 2016 to behave The implication in your jointly-addressed letter is that English fans were in part responsible for the terrible incidents at the end of the match with Russia. This is contradicted both by the video evidence and by the fact your independent disciplinary bodies have only instigated sanctions against the Russian Football Union.We believe the stewarding arrangements in place were unacceptable. Supporters were able to get in with fireworks and flares, and then let them off, and there was insufficient segregation between the Russian and English fans, particularly given the events of the previous two days. Greg Dyke has concerns over security at Lens on Thursday Having said that let me be clear, we join you in condemning the horrible scenes in Marseille away from the stadium on Thursday, Friday and matchday.ddddddddddddEngland manager Roy Hodgson and captain Wayne Rooney released a video on Monday in which they urged England fans to stay out of trouble.But Dyke has called for security to be improved in the build-up to Thursdays match with Wales in Lens - particularly as Russia play Slovakia in nearby Lille on Wednesday.We are planning to use our high-profile individuals to ask English fans to act responsibly and in a respectful manner and we take seriously your suggestion of sanctions, added Dyke.We understand there is to be an alcohol ban across the host cities and we would welcome this, particularly in Lille on Wednesday where many English fans have been asked to gather ahead of Thursdays match against Wales in Lens. French prosecutors say 150 Russian hooligans were to blame for the fan trouble in Marseille We have, following consultation with the authorities, advised our supporters without tickets for the match in Lens to congregate there, and whilst we will be working hard to positively influence their behaviour we have serious concerns around the security arrangements for the city in the next few days.These concerns are heightened with the knowledge that Russia will play in Lille on Wednesday afternoon.Six England fans were jailed on Monday for taking part in the violence that spread across Marseille, with all banned from France for two years.Catch up with all the latest Euro 2016 news with Euro Breakfast each morning on Sky Sports News HQ from 6am. Also See: Roy and Rooney appeal for fan calm England fans warned over Lille Six England fans jailed UEFA threatens Euro 2016 ban for England ' ' '
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