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OTTAWA, Ontario -- Auston Matthews needed 40 minutes to get into the NHL record book.In the highest-scoring debut in modern NHL history, Matthews scored four goals for the Toronto Maple Leafs, but Kyle Turris scored 37 seconds into overtime to give the Ottawa Senators to a 5-4 victory Wednesday night.Matthews got his fourth with 3 seconds left in the second period, bringing his mother to tears in the stands.He called it a surreal moment, adding that I couldnt believe that was happening out there.The 19-year-old from Scottsdale, Arizona, is the 12th first overall pick to score in his NHL debut.Since Ive been the Leafs coach, thats the best night Ive had since Ive been here by 10 miles, said second-year coach Mike Babcock. Not even close.Despite the historic first game, Matthews took responsibility for the loss after failing to pick up Turris coming into the Toronto zone. Turris took in a pass from Mark Stone with Matthews chasing, set himself and fired a shot by Frederik Andersen.That last play was 100 percent my fault, Matthews said. We came here to win and we didnt get that done.Turris scored twice, including the tying goal 6:45 into the third period. Bobby Ryan, Erik Karlsson and Derick Brassard also scored for Ottawa.Frederik Andersen stopped 25 shots for the Maple Leafs. Craig Anderson had 34 saves for Ottawa.Matthews scored on his first shot 8:21 into the first period, snapping in a pass from Zach Hyman during a scrum around the net.The second goal came with 5:42 left in the first period. He dangled through a pair of Senators near the blue line, stole the puck from two-time Norris Trophy winner Erik Karlsson along the boards then beat Anderson with an odd-angle forehand.Ive never seen anything like it, Babcock said. Hes a good player. You see that second goal he scored, not many guys do that.Matthews put Toronto ahead 3-2 with a one-timer from inside the right circle on a feed from Morgan Rielly 1:25 into the second period, and fans showered the ice with hats.The fourth goal followed a give-and-go with William Nylander. Matthews lifted the puck past Anderson after blowing by a defender in the slot. Nylander had two assists.Matthews scored on his first three shots of the game.Hes a man, Babcock said. Hes 19 years old but he acts like hes 27. He has great maturity. If you meet his mom and dad, youre thoroughly impressed with the kind of people they are and the respect he has for his mom and sisters, the kind of guy he is.Dont get me wrong, we wouldve drafted him anyway, but that makes him more special.His parents, Brian and Ema, were in the stands and celebrated the first goal with a kiss. After the third goal, Matthews mom was shown on the broadcast high-fiving fans and covering her face in disbelief. She cried following the third and fourth goals.Those were tears of joy, Ema Matthews said. I feel very excited. This is what Auston has been dreaming since he was 6, be playing right here in the NHL.I hope that nobodys going to wake me up here anytime soon, Brian Matthews said. This is unbelievable.Matthews success was no surprise to Senators coach Guy Boucher, who coached against the young center last season in the Swiss Elite League.Hes the real deal, Boucher said. I told everybody and I saw it firsthand last year so Im not surprised. Hes the total package. He played against men last year and hes playing against men now, so Im not surprised.Matthews debut captivated the league on the seasons opening night.Feels like Im watching mite hockey where theres that one kid whos just way better than everyone else. Congrats, tweeted retired forward Martin St. Louis.Most guys would be thrilled to score four in a month.... (hash)easygame wrote Hurricanes forward Viktor Stalberg.Matthews was the fifth player with three goals in his NHL debut since 1943-44 and first since Derek Stepan with the New York Rangers in October 2010. Alex Smart (Montreal, 1943), Real Cloutier (Quebec, 1979) and Fabian Brunnstrom (Dallas, 2008) also had hat tricks in their first NHL games, though Cloutier played five seasons with the Nordiques in the WHA before that.Game notes D Thomas Chabot and LW Matt Puempel were a healthy scratch for the Senators. Toronto D Frank Corrado and Roman Polak as well as C Seth Griffith were a healthy scratch.UP NEXTMaple Leafs: Host Boston on Saturday night for their home opener.Senators: Host Montreal on Saturday night. Ray Bans Clearance Sale . The visitors took a deserved lead in the 16th minute with midfielder Yohan Cabaye curling the ball beyond Adrian from inside the penalty area. Ray Ban Sunglasses Clearance Sale . Now, with Game 6 set for Fenway Park and an 8:07 p.m. ET first pitch, the Detroit Tigers face the unenviable task of having to beat the Boston Red Sox twice, on the road, to advance to the World Series. http://www.clearancerayban.com/ . -- Jonathan Drouin gave Halifax the boost it needed to edge host Sherbrooke Phoenix 3-2 in a shootout in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Ray Ban Sunglasses Clearance . No. 13-seeded John Isner and No. 21 Philipp Kohlschreiber were among six players who dropped out of the tournament on Tuesday, joining No. 12 seed Tommy Haas and two other players who withdrew on Monday. Ray Ban Clearance Outlet . Goals from Jerome Boateng, Franck Ribery and Thomas Mueller extended Bayerns unbeaten run to a record 37 matches. "This record is incredible," Bayern coach Pep Guardiola said. RIO DE JANEIRO -- Even before he dismounted his bike on that snowy Minnesota morning three years ago to ask Gwen Jorgensen if shed be his wife, Patrick Lemieux issued an equally unexpected proposal: He would abandon his pro cycling career to be her house husband.She was taken aback both times -- and twice she said yes.While viewers of the Rio de Janeiro Olympics are taking to social media to slam what they perceive as sexist portrayals of some of the worlds greatest athletes, Jorgensen fiercely credits her husbands role in her emergence as the worlds top female triathlete.Patrick is vital to my success, said Jorgensen, the two-time defending ITU world champion and the favorite in the womens Olympic triathlon this weekend.She said she never could have left her family in the Midwest to train and tour overseas for nine months a year and keep crushing races were it not for Lemieux quitting the Kenda 5-Hour Energy pro cycling team after two seasons to serve as her compass, chef and chauffeur.He provides the mental support, Jorgensen said. He also does all the little things like the cooking and cleaning and he goes to the grocery store.All of which would otherwise add up over time to sap the mental, physical and emotional energy required to stay on top of the world.So, Jorgensen said, Im really fortunate.While others in their circle look at the couple through envious eyes, Lemieux raises plenty of eyebrows in a society that grapples with gender roles.I dont have a `job, for some people, thats hard for them to grasp. But once you explain it they go, `I get it. Like, wow! OK, cool, Lemieux said Wednesday while watching the U.S. womens swim practice at the Flamengo Club not far from the triathlon course on Copacabana Beach where the men race Thursday.Yeah, of course, its a really easy punchline for a story like, `Guy stays at home, works for his wife. But its much more than that for us.Their lives crossed -- and changed -- during a chance encounter in 2011 in Milwaukee, where Jorgensen was an accountant at Ernst & Young and trying to see if this new sport shed been recruited to a year earlier was her bag.Lemieux happened upon a Wednesday night group bike ride while in town for a night. He joined the peloton and recognized his friend, Tom Schuler, who asked Lemieux if hed give some advice to Jorgensen.Although she was a track All-American and swam for three years at the University of Wisconsin, Jorgensen had only been riding for a year.He gave her some tips and when they were almost through Lemieux told Jorgensen he knew of this really great restaurant if she was up for it.She was.Without braking, Lemieux let go of the handlebars, sat up and casually tapped her number into his cellphone.Jorgensen:I thought that was very impressive.Lemieux:Yeah, that was like doing a wheelie, I guess.They soon began dating and a year later Lemieux was visiting Jorgensen in Madrid. He had a race to get back to in the U.S., but told her he wasnt going to use the ticket. She needed an operations manager to allow her to take that next step andd he knew just the guy.ddddddddddddorgensen:He told me, `Im going to be quitting cycling to be with you the whole time. I was like, `Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! You need to think about this. I was actually more hesitant than him. He had been thinking about it and this was just a shock to me and I said I dont want you to have any regrets or I want you to follow your passion, as well, and he said, `No, Ive made my decision and Im going to be there with you.Lemieux:It was really clear to see. I was very pragmatic about my ability in the sport and it was clear to see that Gwen had already surpassed the highest level that I would reach. So, for me to quit that was more the emotions of leaving my friends pretty much. Cyclings pretty tough. It wasnt something that I was really prepared to keep investing in to get the returns on my performance that I wanted. So, that decision, people say, `Oh, thats tough, giving up your career. But Im really at peace with it. Ive never once turned back and said I wish I could go back. I miss riding my bike sometimes when the weathers nice for four, five, six hours. But the racing part of it, I dont miss it at all.Falling in love had revealed a hatred in his life.Yeah, its just a terrible sport, cycling, Lemieux said. Its really dangerous. All of it, the high speed. When you think about it, Novak Djokovic, when he goes out to play, hes never going to lose his life. When the road cyclists go out, they might die and thats a really confronting thing in that sport. And it just wasnt fun for me anymore.So, they were officially a team, and as 2013 was winding down, Lemieux and Jorgensen were back home in St. Paul, Minnesota, when they went on another memorable bike ride. As they approached the Ford Parkway Bridge, he suggested they stop and take a photo. I remember getting off my bike and thinking it really wasnt that pretty that day because it was actually the first snowfall and you really couldnt see a view of the river, Jorgensen said.You know, Im always going to love you, he said.You cant say these things unless you mean it, she interrupted.OK, well, what if I do this, he said as he got down on a knee.To say Jorgensen was swept off her feet doesnt do justice to the moment.I was shocked and I took a step back and slipped and fell on the ice, Jorgensen said. But, yeah, I was fine.As a team, Jorgensen won an unprecedented dozen consecutive races between May 2014 and April 2016, securing consecutive ITU world championships before cutting back on her schedule this year with an Olympic gold medal in mind.I love having Patrick around, she said. Hes there every day. Its an advantage for me and Pat, hes the worlds best caretaker. Because he comes from sport, he knows what I need, so I dont even ask for things. He just always knows.---AP Summer Games website: http://summergames.ap.org---Follow AP Sports Writer Arnie Melendrez Stapleton on Twitter: http://twitter.com/arniestapleton ' ' '

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