Raleigh, NC (SportsNetwork.com) - Elias Lindholm scored the deciding goal and the Carolina Hurricanes continued their recent winning ways with a 3-2 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Sunday. Chris Terry and Lindholm each finished with a goal and an assist and Victor Rask tallied his first career goal for the Hurricanes, who were coming off their first win of the season against Arizona on Saturday. Cam Ward, who posted a 25-save shutout against the Coyotes, surrendered just two goals on 32 shots in the win. I thought we were really pushing the pace, said Ward. To be able to beat the defending Stanley Cup champions proves that we can win against any team in this league. Mike Richards and Alec Martinez both lit the lamp and Jonathan Quick stopped 29 shots in Los Angeles fourth straight loss. I think we did a lot of good things, Kings head coach Darryl Sutter said. We have trouble scoring, so just about every mistake you make is magnified. Lindholms snap shot from the top of the right circle with 3:59 remaining in the second extended the Hurricanes lead to 3-1. Los Angeles made it a one-goal game with 12:02 left to play after Martinezs shot from the point beat a screened Ward. The Kings pulled Quick with under a minute to play, but werent able to force the extra session. Quick robbed Zach Boychuk with a quick flash of the glove to keep it a scoreless game with seven minutes to play in the opening stanza. Rask, however, beat Quick for his first career goal with 1:34 to play in the first. Boychuk entered the Kings zone up the right side and sent a cross-ice pass to Terry. Rask crashed the net and tipped Terrys feed into the net. After Justin Williams went off for hooking early in the second, Terrys slap shot from the right circle found twine for a 2-0 Carolina lead 50 seconds into the second. The Kings answered back with a power-play goal of their own. Williams slipped the puck to Drew Doughty at the left circle and Richards one-timed Doughtys feed off the post and past Ward with 5:39 elapsed in the middle frame. Lindholms snap shot from the top of the right circle with 3:59 remaining in the second extended the Hurricanes lead to 3-1. Game Notes The Hurricanes improved to 5-2-2 against the Kings at PNC Arena ... Carolina forward Alexander Semin was a healthy scratch for the second straight game ... Kings forward Anze Kopitar returned to the lineup after missing three games with an upper-body injury ... Los Angeles forward Jordan Nolan was suspended two games Sunday for boarding Red Wings forward Darren Helm on Friday ... Eight of the last 10 meetings between the two teams have been decided by one goal. Gabriel Mercado Jersey . Vargas (8-3) allowed four singles and two walks while striking out five, allowing only two runners from a diluted Twins lineup to reach second base. 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We know all about the great games of the past from the players, the broadcasters and the writers.NEW YORK -- Boston pitcher Brandon Workman appealed a six-game suspension imposed by Major League Baseball on Tuesday for throwing near the head of Tampa Bay star Evan Longoria last week. Workman can play until the appeal process is complete, and was expected to make his scheduled start Wednesday night against the Cleveland Indians. The penalty, which also included a fine, was announced by MLB Senior Vice-President Joe Garagiola Jr. Workmans high-and-tight pitch came after the teams had been warned about further trouble. "That was ascertained in the video. Thus, I think thats appropriate," Rays manager Joe Maddon said before Tuesday nights game at Miami. Red Sox first baseman Mike Carp was hit on the arm Friday by a fourth-inning pitch from Tampa Bay ace David Price, who also plunked slugger David Ortiz on the hip in the first inning -- triggering umpires to issue warnings to both teams. The fact Workman was disciplined and Price wasnt did not sit well with the Red Sox and Ortiz in particular, who again criticized the Rays ace prior to Tuesdays game against the Indians. "I dont think what theyre doing is fair," Ortiz said. "I think the rules should be for everybody. We didnt start this up. I didnt hit nobody. Workman didnt hit anybody in the first inning. He did." Ortiz was critical of Price following that game and didnt back down from those comments Tuesday when news of Workmans suspension reached Bostons clubhouse. "Im not going to get hit again," Ortiz said.dddddddddddd"Not by him. He did it on purpose. He punked me and thats very disrespectful. Im a grown man. Ive been around the league for a long time and I know how to take care of business on my own." Said Maddon: "Papi and I have had a pretty good relationship in the past. Sometimes commentary oversteps and overreaches." "Id like to believe if he had more of an opportunity to think about it, he would respond differently. For us, its a dead issue. I want us to move it along and just play baseball," he said. Red Sox manager John Farrell, who was ejected from Fridays game, took a diplomatic approach. "All you can do is put forth your best efforts to state a case that we were directly involved with, and whats done is done," he said. "Theres an appeal thats going to take place. I know we presented our case in response to the discussions and what was being talked about with MLB." After being hit Carp glared out at the mound, shouting and pointing at Price, but was restrained by Rays catcher Jose Molina as players from both teams charged out of the dugouts and bullpens. There was some pushing and shoving, but no punches were thrown. Workman threw a high pitch in the sixth behind Longoria, who was visibly upset. Longoria and Boston catcher A.J. 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