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BALTIMORE -- The dismissal of Ray Rice wasnt a distraction for the Baltimore Ravens. D.J. Hayden Jaguars Jersey . Ultimately, it served as inspiration. Playing a pivotal divisional game three days after the release of the star running back, Baltimore got a pair of touchdown passes from Joe Flacco and rolled past the rival Pittsburgh Steelers 26-6 on Thursday night. Rice was reaching the end of a two-game suspension for domestic violence when a video of him striking his then-fiancee surfaced Monday. By the end of the day, the three-time Pro Bowler had been cut by Baltimore and suspended indefinitely by the NFL. "We had a tough family situation this week," coach John Harbaugh said. "I thought our guys handled it tremendously -- with class, with character. They responded." Coming off a season-opening loss to AFC North foe Cincinnati, the Ravens (1-1) held Pittsburgh to two field goals and forced three turnovers. "We was all about getting the win. We wanted to kind of give that to Ray," rookie linebacker C.J. Mosley said. "We all wish the best for him. Even though he messed up, every man got to go through their mistakes to get better. We wish him the best, but as a team weve just got to keep moving forward." Bernard Pierce took over for Rice to gain 96 yards on 22 carries as part of a ground game that finished with 157 yards. Flacco went 21 for 29 for 166 yards and two TD throws to tight end Owen Daniels, and Justin Tucker kicked four field goals. Asked if he was curious how the team would fare after the tumultuous short work week, Baltimore defensive lineman Chris Canty shouted, "We werent curious at all. We knew how this was going to go. This was going to go one way, our way, tonight. No question about it." Pittsburgh (1-1) finished with only 22 fewer yards than Baltimore, but the turnovers made the difference. One Steelers miscue halted their opening drive, another set up a fourth-quarter field goal by Tucker, and an interception thrown by Ben Roethlisberger with 1:51 remaining ended any hope. "Obviously, a disappointing effort for us," coach Mike Tomlin said. "A lot of the self-inflicted wounds are going to prevent you from being in a football game like that. We turned the ball over too often (and) were highly penalized. Those two things are a lethal combination." It was only the second time in the last 11 regular-season meetings between the teams that the outcome was decided by more than three points. Roethlisberger completed 22 of 37 passes for 217 yards. It was the first time since Nov. 26, 2006, that Baltimore held Pittsburgh without a touchdown. "We moved the ball; we just made a mistake here and there," Roethlisberger said. After Tucker kicked a 23-yard field goal for a 20-6 lead, Steelers tight end Heath Miller fumbled on a hit by Mosley, who took the loose ball to the Pittsburgh 20. That led to a 22-yarder by Tucker with 11:14 left. Although the Rice video and the reaction were the talk of Baltimore for much of the week, a few fans showed their loyalty to the banished running back by wearing his No. 27 jersey. But the crowd of 71,181 was quick to turn its attention to on-field action at the opening kickoff. Aided by a roughing the passer call against Courtney Upshaw on the third play of the game, Pittsburgh held the ball for more than eight minutes before Justin Brown fumbled and Baltimore recovered at its own 15. The Ravens then moved 85 yards in 12 plays with the help of two Pittsburgh penalties, the last a 23-yard pass interference call against Cortez Allen that set up a 2-yard touchdown pass from Flacco to Daniels. Pierce and Justin Forsett combined for 32 yards on Baltimores next series, which ended in a field goal for a 10-0 lead. Pittsburgh finally broke through with 2:50 left in the half, getting a field goal to end an 11-play, 73-yard drive. It was 10-6 before Flacco connected with Daniels on a 1-yard touchdown pass to cap an 80-yard drive highlighted by Flaccos 24-yard completion to tight end Dennis Pitta. Notes: Ravens CB Asa Jackson left with a concussion. ... Pittsburgh WR Antonio Brown left briefly with a head injury but returned. Steelers NT Steve McLendon left with a shoulder injury. ... Ravens P Sam Koch set the franchise record by playing in his 130th consecutive game. Will Richardson Jersey .Heres Ralph the Dog with the crew here at TSN jumping into the James Duthie TradeCentre selfie: Happy to drop by! RT @TSN_Sports: @tsnjamesduthie: Take this Ellen. Andrew Norwell Jaguars Jersey . 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His team rallied for a third straight victory to open the season – a perfect 3-0-0 – outlasting the Senators 5-4 in what proved a wildly entertaining and imperfect home opener at the Air Canada Centre on Saturday evening. Mason Raymond and Jonathan Bernier highlighted the good in victory, as did a team-wide rally from two goals down midway through the hockey game. Doing so in spite of a shaky start from James Reimer, some wobbly defensive play, and an increasing cast of injuries (and one key suspension) which forced the NHL debuts of three players – including 19-year-old Morgan Rielly – is surely why Carlyle was all smiles after another win, incomplete as it may have been. “We didnt play to the level were capable of playing,” he said. “But we still found a way to get two points, so well take that and move on.” The Leafs deserve full credit for scratching out three victories, especially in light of circumstances which included a back-to-back in two fiery road buildings to begin the season. But concerns have to be simmering beneath the surface of all the good, notably a defensive game at even-strength which has often appeared scrambled and sloppy in the opening three games (opponents have averaged 35 shots per game), instability and inexperience on the blue-line accentuating such trouble. Ottawa scored twice in such instances during a rocky first frame for both teams, adding two more in the second, the fourth and final goal certainly one that Reimer would like back. “Obviously we didnt play our best hockey game,” said Bernier, “but we found a way again to make it happen. Thats what good teams do.” Because of terrific special teams, solid goaltending and an incredibly potent offence, troubles in such areas last season were often overlooked, but in 2013, the Leafs finished as the fifth-worst defensive team at even-strength (tied with Tampa). They still managed an incredibly successful season, which concluded in the first playoff appearance in nine years, and have gotten off to a quick start this season, but such flaws are likely to become magnified if not addressed. “When you play as sloppy as we did tonight theres a long list [of concerns],” Carlyle concurred afterward of his teams defensive play. “Obviously weve got to play to a tighter brand of hockey and we know that. They know that. But the good thing is we played poorly, we were down two goals in our building, we found a way to claw back into the game and we won it in a shootout. Are we going to forget about this? No, were not going to forget about it. But you cant be a taskmaster every day of the week. Weve played three hockey games, weve got six points, what more do you want?” Five Points 1. Raymonds fast start Raymond opened the scoring with his second of the season, the 27-year-old capitalizing on the hard-nosed work of Troy Bodie and Dave Bolland. He would add two assists in 19 minutes, teaming with Nazem Kadri and Joffrey Lupul on a lethal second power-play unit which scored twice against a Senators penalty kill that ranked as the NHLs best last season. “Adjusting,” he said of his transition to Toronto. “The more I get out on the ice the better I feel. Im learning. Im learning every shift. Theres things to learn in different systems, but so far so good.” A Canuck for six seasons, Raymond would cap a fine evening with the shootout winner, a spin-o-rama that beat Craig Anderson in spite of some controversy. “Its one that seems to raise some debate,” said Raymond of the move, called into question with forward progress seemingly halted. “But nonetheless, its something that has worked successful for me and if I can use it why not?” Inked to a professional tryout on the eve of training camp, the Raymond addition has proved increasingly valuable in the early going. In light of the suspension to David Clarkson and an ankle injury for Nikolai Kulemin, the Leafs depth at forward has been robbed, but with Raymonds early impact that has been minimized. 2. Reimers rocky start A careers worth of brilliance against the Senators took a hit on Saturday for James Reimer. The 25-year-old was yanked after he allowed four goals on 21 shots, the final marker from Jason Spezza squeezing through the five-hole midway through the second frame. “Some bad luck maybe,” he said of the evening, “but at the same time as a goaltender, youre the last line of defence so youve got to be there and youve got to a find a way to keep the puck out of the net.” “The rebounds and the pucks were bouncing away from James Reimer versus bouncing for him,” Carlyle said, no better example of that than the Senators third goal from Jared Cowen, a direct result of one leaky rebound from Reimer. Battling for the No. 1 job, Reimer entered the evening with an 8-1-1 career mark against Ottawa, boasting a 1.69 goals against average and .949 save percentage. But on the night of the opener he got the hook. “I know what kind of team we have in here and I knew we were going to come back so I was a little disappointed in getting pulled,” he chimed afterward. 3. A perfect night forr Bernier Standing in for Reimer, Bernier stopped all 15 shots he faced in regulation and overtime, adding two more stops in the shootout. Taven Bryan Jaguars Jersey. His quiet and quite effective performance in the crease Saturday mirrored his effort on Wednesday, the 25-year-old making his Leafs debut with a near-perfect 31-save night against the Flyers. “You always got to be ready for those kind of games and prepare like you play every night,” Bernier said. “I didnt think it was Reims fault, I just thought [Carlyle] wanted to change the momentum and it worked.” Early in the third with his team down a goal at 4-3, Bernier stopped a hard-charging Clarke MacArthur, the former Leaf picking off a Morgan Rielly feed and bursting in with speed at the Toronto crease. The stop proved consequential. James van Riemsdyk would score a minute later to knot the score at four. “The one thing that you notice when he went in, there wasnt a lot of extra rebounds hanging around,” Carlyle said of Bernier. “When he made the save the puck was either in his glove or he was able to freeze it. He controlled the puck which allowed us to box out. There werent so many wild scrambles around the net.” Though its far too early to gain any real window into the goaltending competition this season, Bernier has certainly grasped the initial edge. “It makes it easier,” said Carlyle simply of the impending choice in goal. “Our main focus is to win games and thats the only thing were going to focus on,” Bernier added. “Were not going to worry about whos going to play, we just got to support each other.” 4. Rielly debut Morgan Rielly logged 18 minutes in his NHL debut, partnered with Cody Franson against the Senators. “As the game went on he got better,” said Carlyle of the rookies performance. “You got to see more of what hes about.” Rielly and Franson had a challenging first period, the pair caught on the ice for goals against on back-to-back shifts, the more experienced Franson struggling to support his rookie teammate early. The 26-year-old Franson, who was among the Leafs best players in the opening two games, instigated the Senators first goal with a defensive zone giveaway, unable to tie up Cory Conacher on the marker that followed three minutes later. Perhaps tentative early, Rielly was confident as the game wore on, initiating the offence with his legs by the third frame and into overtime. “On paper its probably not the greatest game Ive ever played,” he said, “but Im pretty happy with how it went. I felt like I improved as I kept playing.” “You can see he can separate himself with his skating ability, he can read plays, he just needs to get his feet underneath him at the NHL level,” Carlyle observed. 5. A Carlyle type Of Dave Bolland, who slid onto a line with Joffrey Lupul and Mason Raymond shortly after the Senators fourth goal, Carlyle recalled an inkling he had previously of the Toronto natives prowess while coaching in Anaheim. Carlyle noticed that when his team played the Blackhawks, Chicago coach Joel Quenneville would select either Selke Trophy winner Jonathan Toews or Bolland to match up with his top guns Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry. “The little light goes on,” he said. “You remember those things.” Bollands versatility has been a quick plus for the Leafs, his ability to move up and down the lineup with ease a definite asset. Bonus Point Though he winced in pain in the moment, Nik Kulemin didnt appear injured when a puck struck his ankle at practice on Friday. But the result was a small broken bone, one that will sideline the 27-year-old for at least the next two weeks, the initial stage of which will see him in a walking boot. Already down the suspended David Clarkson and additionally injured Frazer McLaren, the Leafs depth up front is being tested in a hurry. Spencer Abbott briefly filled the void Kulemin previously occupied alongside Nazem Kadri and Joffrey Lupul on Saturday, the 25-year-old Hamilton native making his NHL debut against the Senators. The Leafs will miss the two-way presence Kulemin offers, especially on the penalty kill, where he teamed with Jay McClement on the first forward unit. “Were going to need other people to step up and fill those minutes,” Carlyle said, Raymond, Bolland, van Riemsdyk among the options for increased opportunity. Stat-Pack 18:07 – Ice-time for Morgan Rielly in his NHL debut. 26.7 – Percentage for the Leafs power-play through three games, including a 2-6 showing against the Senators, who owned the top-ranked penalty kill last season. 3-1-1 – Leafs record in the past five home openers. 13-22 – Proficiency for Dave Bolland in the faceoff circle. .806 – Save percentage for James Reimer. 7 – Shots for Joffrey Lupul, who scored his first of the season, adding an assist. 24:46 – Ice-time for Phil Kessel to lead all Leaf forwards. Special Teams Capsule PP: 2-6 PK: 1-1 Quote of the Night “How could they say something unkind about me?” -Randy Carlyle, asked about critical comments from former Leaf Clarke MacArthur. Up Next The Leafs get their first look at first overall pick Nathan MacKinnon when the Avalanche visit Toronto on Tuesday night. 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