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HOUSTON - The Houston Rockets have traded Aaron Brooks to the Denver Nuggets for Jordan Hamilton. Hamilton has averaged 6.8 points and 3.4 rebounds in 39 games for the Nuggets this season. Hamilton, who went to the University of Texas, has started 11 games this season. Brooks, a reserve point guard, was in his second stint with the Rockets. He was averaging 7 points in 43 games this season for Houston. The deal will be complete once both players pass physicals. Travis Benjamin Jersey . The Toronto Maple Leafs were holding a news conference, so they got curious. It didnt take long for them to find out via social media that coach Randy Carlyle was coming back — with a two-year extension — and assistants Greg Cronin, Scott Gordon and Dave Farrish were being let go. Junior Seau Jersey . This week they discuss Russias mens hockey team, the ineptitude of the IOC handling the Nicklas Backstrom situation, John Tortorellas many apologies, and Canadas strong showing in curling. http://www.chargersauthenticshop.com/Ch ... ft-Jersey/. On Sunday, head coach Patrick Roy said the teams leading scorer will skate at Mondays morning practice and the club will make a decision on his status for Game 6 at that point. Doug Flutie Jersey . Warren made six birdies and a bogey for a 5-under total of 139 to sit one shot ahead of Felipe Aguilar of Chile, who carded a 69. David Horsey of England was also on 5 under through 15 holes to join Warren atop the leaderboard before play was stopped. Virgil Green Jersey .Patterson marked his anniversary by proving his worth — once again.Lou Williams poured in 26 points, and Patterson drained two huge three-pointers late in the fourth quarter, as the Raptors topped the Denver Nuggets 112-107 in overtime Monday. TORONTO -- Another night, another tough outing for Jonathan Bernier. The Toronto goaltender wasnt sharp in a disappointing 5-3 home loss to the New York Islanders on Tuesday. It came just three nights after Bernier was pulled after allowing five goals on 32 shots in the Maple Leafs lopsided 7-1 home defeat to the New York Rangers. Bernier was the victim of some bad luck as two Islanders goals were deflected off Toronto players. But Berniers inability to keep the puck from entering the no-play zone behind the Leafs net allowed New Yorks Michael Grabner to score easily unassisted early in the second, to the dismay of the Air Canada Centre gathering of 19,164. "That was obviously my bad," Bernier said. "I thought the puck was stopped. "When I looked up to see where the guy was, the puck was still rolling." Despite giving up five goals against the Rangers, Bernier made his sixth straight start Tuesday. And he wasnt surprised that Leafs coach Randy Carlyle let him finish the contest rather than go to James Reimer for a second consecutive contest. "Why would I get pulled," Bernier said when asked if he appreciated Carlyles decision to leave him in. Bernier has often been outstanding this season for Toronto (21-18-5) and Carlyle wasnt about to blame his netminder for the clubs second straight disappointing defeat following three consecutive wins. "You could say it wasnt one of his better nights, thats for sure," Carlyle said. "Weve called upon him too many times this year in a lot of situations. "We did some good things but it just seemed like we were climbing a mountain. Every time we got things going and got back even we couldnt push it over the mountain. I thought we played passive, we were afraid to make a mistake versus being aggressive and going after it." Frans Nielsen, Calvin De Haan and Cal Clutterbuck had third-period goals as New York (16-22-7) outscored Toronto 3-1 in the final period to kick off a six-game road trip with its second win in as many nights. The Islanders beat the Dallas Stars 7-3 on Monday. Toronto outshot the Islanders 26-25 and made it interesting when Nazem Kadris shot deflected in off Joffrey Lupul at 16:55 of the third to cut New Yorks lead to 4-3. It was Lupuls 13th goal of the season but Clutterbuck cemented the win with an empty-net goal at 19:51, his sixth. "Early on I dont know if it was nerves or a lack of poise or confidence," Islanders coach Jack Capuano said. "But now were just playing with an attitude, playing with an edge, playing with confidence and doing the right things to give us a chance." Islanders captain John Tavares had another productive outing with three assists. Tavares, named to Canadas Olympic team earlier Tuesday, had three goals and two assists against Dallas. "We got some timely goals and you take advantage of those when they come your way," Tavares said. "We did a good job trying to limit their chances.dddddddddddd "When you start to win a few, your confidence starts to come back. I still think the ability is here, its the execution and obviously thats been there the last few weeks." Kyle Okposo had the other goal for the Islanders. Tyler Bozak and Mason Raymond also scored for Toronto, which fell to 14-10-1 at home. Forward Nazem Kadri added two assists and caught Carlyles eye. "I though Nazem was more noticeable around the puck, I thought he was much more visible with the puck," Carlyle said. "I just think weve got to get a lot more aggressive. "Were not skating and being the tenacious Toronto Maple Leafs that I expect or everybody expects. Obviously we dont have enough tenacity in our game right now." Kadri said theres only one way for Toronto to get out of its present funk. "You just have to go back to work," he said. "Obviously it takes away a bit of momentum with those lucky bounces but theres nothing you can do. "I have to play like that more often, its about finding that consistency. The best is ahead of me, I just have to make sure I keep working." Bozak opened the scoring, deflecting Paul Rangers point shot past New York goalie Kevin Poulin at 5:05 of the first, his sixth of the season. Bozak has two goals and four assists in four games since returning from an oblique injury. Poulin started ahead of regular Evgeni Nabokov, who was injured in Monday nights 7-3 win over Dallas. Nabokovs absence is a definite concern as the Islanders were 1-9-2 when he was out with a groin injury earlier this season. Okposo pulled New York even at 19:16 with his 17th goal of the season, his wrist shot eluding Bernier. New York went ahead on the peculiar no-play zone incident early in the second. Bernier left his crease to stop a loose puck behind the Toronto goal but couldnt prevent it from going outside the no-play zone. That allowed Grabner to take the loose puck and score his sixth goal unassisted on the wraparound at 3:06. Toronto had four power-play chances in the period but only scored at 8:25 to make it 2-2. Poulin stopped Jake Gardiners point shot but Raymond converted the rebound for his 12th goal of the season but just his second in 16 contests. NOTES -- Defenceman Tim Gleason made his Toronto debut . . . Toronto beat the Islanders 5-2 in the first meeting of the season Nov. 19 at the ACC . . . The Leafs visit the Carolina Hurricanes on Thursday before heading to Washington on Friday night. Their next home game is Sunday against New Jersey . . . The Islanders placed Nabokov (lower body) on injured reserve after Mondays game and recalled Anders Nilsson from Bridgeport of the AHL . . . 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