Winnipeg, MB (SportsNetwork. Ron Hextall Flyers Jersey .com) - Jakub Voraceks goal 10 seconds into overtime finished off a furious comeback as the Philadelphia Flyers defeated the Winnipeg Jets, 4-3, on Sunday. Claude Giroux pressured Dustin Byfuglien on the forecheck and Voracek was there to take the loose puck and emerge from behind the net to beat Ondrej Pavelec with a quick wrister for the win. Voracek continued his frenetic scoring pace with two goals and Vincent Lecavalier also scored twice as his marker tied the game late in regulation for the Flyers, who were coming off a 7-4 win over Toronto on Saturday. Rob Zepp stopped 25-of-28 shots in his NHL debut. The 33-year-old became the oldest NHL netminder to win his first career start since 41-year-old Hugh Lehman in 1926. I thought in the third we really dug in and started to compete, Flyers head coach Craig Berube said. I thought (Zepp) really handled himself well. Matt Halischuk, Mathieu Perreault and Byfuglien all lit the lamp for the Jets, who had their two-game winning streak come to an end. Pavelec made 19 stops in defeat. The Flyers began their comeback just over six minutes into the final stanza. Streit faked a shot, skated across the slot and had his wrister deflected by Lecavalier past Pavelec. Winnipeg won a defensive zone faceoff, but Chris VandeVelde charged across the circle and dove to send a pass to Lecavalier, who cooly gathered the puck and sent a shot through the legs of Pavelec to tie the game with 3:14 to play and send the game into overtime. Philadelphia wasted no time getting on the board. Racing into the offensive zone on a 2-on-1, Giroux sent a saucer pass to Voracek, who wristed a shot past Pavelec just 46 seconds into the contest. Winnipeg responded with two goals in a span of 55 seconds. Halischuk took a drop pass from Evander Kane and fired a shot from the high slot that beat Zepp for a tied game 6:38 into the first. Byfuglien moved in from the right boards, made a power move towards the crease and wristed the puck top shelf over a stationary Zepp for a 2-1 lead. at 7:33. The Jets added to their lead with 8:40 left in the middle stanza. The rebound of Mark Scheifeles shot squirted to the right side of the net, where Perreault slipped the puck past the goal line for a 3-1 lead. Scheifele had the chance to make it a three-goal game with 25 seconds to play, but Zepp extended his right leg to deny the Winnipeg forward and keep the Flyers in the game. Philadelphia nearly got within a goal as VandeVeldes one-timer deflected off Pavelecs glove before clanging off the crossbar and the post less than two minutes into the third. Game Notes Zepp became the oldest goaltender to make his Flyer debut at age 33, the previous record was held by Neil Little, who did so at age 30 on March 28, 2002 ... Voracek leads the league with 44 points, two ahead of Dallas Tyler Seguin ... Halischuk ended a 27-game goalless drought with his first goal of the season ... Flyers forward Zac Rinaldo missed the game after he left Saturdays game against Toronto with an upper-body injury ... Perreault extended his point streak to seven games ... Lecavalier fired a game-high five shots on net. Mark Streit Flyers Jersey . Mueller is the grandson of the late Ron Lancaster, the Hall-of-Fame quarterback and longtime head coach in the CFL. Last season, Mueller was quarterbacks coach of the University of Regina Rams, his alma mater. Dave Schultz Flyers Jersey Authentic . The Calgary skip fell 10-8 to Swedens Oskar Eriksson in semifinal action Saturday and will face Switzerlands Peter de Cruz for the bronze medal (Saturday at 10pm et/7pm pt on TSN2).CHICAGO -- It was a night of individual achievements for the Kansas City Royals and another step closer to a dubious distinction for the Chicago White Sox on Friday. Royals pitcher James Shields struck out 10 and scattered four hits over seven innings for his 100th career win, and the Royals beat Chicago 6-1 to ensure the White Sox of their worst record since 1970. Shields (13-9) gave up just one run and walked one as Chicago lost its fourth straight. "Im really excited I got my 100th win today," Shields said. "Im just proud of my season this year. A hundred wins in the big leagues is a pretty special moment." Also receiving accolades was Royals third baseman Jamey Carroll, whose fourth-inning double was the 1,000th hit of his major league career. "Its something one day you can look back and have a lot of pride in, when your kids are asking what that balls for or what that jersey is all about," Carroll said, adding with a laugh, "only 22 more years to 3,000." Carrolls teammates put a bottle of 1,000 Island salad dressing in his locker as a memento of his achievement. The mood in the White Sox locker room was more sombre. At 62-98 and with two games remaining, the White Sox will finish with the second-most losses in franchise history, ahead of only the team that went 56-106 more than four decades ago. "Nobody wants that," manager Robin Ventura said before the game of reaching 100 losses. "Is it going to be the big difference going into next year? Probably not, but nobody wants that." The White Sox will finish last in their division for the first time since 1989 (69-92), and will end the season with a losing record against every team in the American League. Billy Butler led the Royals with three hits and two RBIs, while Emilio Bonifacio drove in two runs with two hits. The Royals 85th win is their most since 1989 when they were 92-70. The Royals took a 3-0 lead in the first off White Sox starter Chris Sale (11-14). Bonifacio walked and stole second, moved to third on Eric Hosmers single, and both scored on Butlers double. Butlerr scored on Lorenzo Cains single. R. J. Umberger Flyers Jersey Authentic. "To give Shields a 3-0 lead in the first, its quite comforting," Royals manager Ned Yost said. "Hes given us not only No. 1 starter stuff, hes provided great leadership, has been a great example for our guys. Hes a big part of our season and why were at 85 wins now." Kansas City, which has won 21 of its last 31, made it 4-0 in the fourth on Carrolls milestone double and scored on Bonifacios single. Sale was lifted with one out in the top of the sixth. He gave up four runs and nine hits, walked one and struck out five. He also hit a batter. "I think thats a reoccurring theme every year: My last (start is) always a bad one," Sale said. "Hopefully, I can fix that next year. I just didnt have it tonight." Sales replacement, Jacob Petricka, promptly gave up two runs. Alcides Escobar singled and scored on Alex Gordons double. Gordon scored on another single by Bonifacio. Chicagos run came on Gordon Beckhams fifth home run of the season in the sixth. The following batter, Alexei Ramirez, appeared to follow with another homer, but Gordon grabbed the ball at the fence in left field. NOTES: Having fallen out of the wild card race, the Royals are playing out the string this weekend. But Yost is proud of what his team accomplished in the second half of the season: "We have more wins than anybody in the American League since the All-Star break except Detroit, and theyre tied with us (coming into Friday). We feel like our organization has made great progress. We got to experience what it was like playing deep into September in a playoff race and it was great experience." . White Sox INF Jeff Keppinger had a successful debridement procedure on his right shoulder Thursday. Recovery will be two to three months. Keppinger should be back to full strength by the start of spring training. . 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