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SANDY, Utah -- Optimism was in short supply in the Montreal locker-room after the Impact found a new way to lose on the road on Thursday night. Dallas Goedert Jersey . This time, it was a second-half red card that did them in. Real Salt Lake forward Olmes Garcia scored two second-half goals -- both coming after Issey Nakajima-Farran was sent off in the 65th minute -- to lead Salt Lake to a 3-1 victory over the Impact and hand Montreal its fourth straight loss. The Impact (3-11-5) still have not won a MLS road match this season. "Im worried about the team," said Impact coach Frank Klopas. "Thats it because it just seems like whatever can go wrong has gone wrong for us. We just got to find a way to get out, keep working and try to get a result. Maybe well snap out of it." Montreal has not won a game away from home since defeating New England 4-2 on Sept. 8, 2013. Salt Lake (8-4-8) won for just the second time in its last nine MLS matches. Nakajima-Farran earned a red card for bringing his studs up on a challenge against Chris Schuler. The call left Montreal a man down after it had rallied from a 1-0 deficit late in the first half. "We had a decent hold on keeping the fort held down for a while and then the red card changed the game," Impact goalkeeper Evan Bush said. Montreal dug a hole for itself before the match was even a few minutes old when the Impact failed to clear out a deflected corner kick. Luke Mullholland made them pay for the mistake. When Schuler headed the ball upward to keep it alive, Mullholland slipped under it before it could touch the ground. From there, he blasted a shot inside the left post to give Salt Lake a 1-0 lead in the third minute. Hassoun Camara tied the game in the 31st minute. Calum Mallace laid the ball off to Camara at the top of the box, and he blasted it home inside the left post. Montreal kept the game tied 1-1 after a great defensive play from Bush and Krzysztof Krol. Javier Morales attacked at the right post after receiving a cross from Chris Wingert but Bush denied him on the doorstep. Garcia, trying to collect the rebound and slip it past the line, was also stopped by Bush. Krol quickly cleared the ball out to prevent Salt Lake from getting a third shot. "We knew that Salt Lake was going to push their outside backs forward and in transition we were going to get opportunities," Bush said. "If we could just stay tight defensively, we thought we could get a couple on the break. Unfortunately, the red card killed our numbers going forward." Salt Lake wasted no time making the suddenly shorthanded Impact pay. RSL reclaimed a 2-1 lead in the 70th minute on a header from Garcia. Morales crossed the ball to Garcia at the top of the six. He out-jumped multiple Montreal players surrounding him to get his head under the ball and whip it inside the far post. Garcia picked up his second goal in the 93rd minute when Morales flicked the ball to him at the top of the box and he raced down the right side before firing it inside the far post again. Klopas says the red card altered the match just as Montreal was building momentum. "It changed everything," Klopas said. "I dont know what else could go wrong. It just seems everything goes wrong with us. We have a chance on the breakaway. Both players go down. Both players have studs up and we get the red card." The Impact host the Portland Timbers on Sunday. Isaac Seumalo Jersey . The Indians scored twice in the top of the ninth, getting the go-ahead run on a wild pitch by closer Matt Lindstrom. Axford (0-1) came in seeking his fifth save in as many chances. Jordan Hicks Jersey .J. Barea during a three-game shooting slump that was getting him booed off his home court with regularity. . There, I saw a teenaged boy with tears in his eyes, being consoled by strength and conditioning coach Randy Lee.OTTAWA - The Ottawa Senators didnt like the way they started things Thursday night, but they were more than happy with how they ended.The Senators scored four unanswered goals to defeat the Colorado Avalanche 5-3 in Ottawas home opener.We were frustrated after the first, theres no question, said Clarke MacArthur, who scored the winner. We slowed things down a little bit in the second and started to make the easy plays and we got a little momentum that way and started getting pucks to the net so that was good.Bobby Ryan, Zack Smith and David Legwand also scored for the Senators (3-1-0) as Craig Anderson faced 31 shots. Chris Neil added some insurance with an empty-net goal.Alex Tanguay, John Mitchell and Gabriel Landeskog scored for the Avalanche (1-3-1). Calvin Pickard faced 28 shots in his NHL debut.Pickard was called up earlier in the day from the American Hockey Leagues Lake Erie Monsters after the Avalanche placed Semyon Varlamov on injured reserve. Pickard wasnt expected to see any action, but Colorado lost backup Reto Berra before the game was three minutes old. Berra was knocked over by Ottawas Kyle Turris, who was pushed by Mitchell.It was probably a good time for a debut because you didnt have to think about it, you got right into it, said Pickard. It was a fun atmosphere, good Canadian building and it was a good experience, but I would have liked to get the win for sure.Avalanche coach Patrick Roy couldnt fault Pickards play, but he wasnt overly impressed with some of his players.We cant be happy about our game overall, said Roy. With the lead we had 13 turnovers. If we do turnovers when were up by one goal eventually the pucks going to end up in the net. We have to be better with the lead; we have to be a lot smarter than that.I didnt think we managed our game very well.Overall, Pickard was solid for the Avalanche, but the Senators scored two quick goals in the third to take control of the game and bring the 19,913 on hand at the Canadian Tire Centre to their feet.After being robbed by Pickard in the second, Ryan made the most of a second opportunity and beat the 22-year-old through the legs to tie the game. Just over three minutes later MacArthur scored to give the Senators a 4-3 lead, their first of the game.To be honest thats kind of what we expect them to do, said Senators coach Paul MacLean. As the leadership group of the team and the skill level of the team, that when the game is on the line and they have it on their stick the expectation is that theyre going to make plays to give us a chance to win the game and they certainly stepped up and did that. Jay Ajayi Jersey. .Trailing 3-1, Ottawa made it a one-goal game early in the second as Legwand scored a power-play goal, his first as a Senator.Anderson and Pickard were the difference for their respective teams the rest of the way in the second.Anderson made four consecutive saves late in the period, while Pickards best came at the 17-minute mark as he slid across and robbed Ryan.Ottawa struggled in the first and the Avalanche took advantage to take a 3-1 lead.I dont know if we were nervous in the first or what we were doing, but we didnt play hard enough and we didnt win the one-on-one battles, said Senators captain Erik Karlsson. We came in (after the first period) and no one was happy with how we played and we just kind of had it out and had some words and took a deep breath after and (MacLean) came in calm and gave us directions of what to do in the second and we just came out and executed.Colorado jumped out to an early 1-0 lead as Tanguay grabbed a loose puck and beat Anderson high. Colorado made it 2-0 at the halfway mark as Mitchell scored shorthanded after beating Karlsson in a foot race.Ottawa cut the lead in half as Smith tapped in Curtis Lazars shot, but after going 0 for 13 on the power play this season the Avalanche finally managed to score with the man advantage as Landeskog scored from in close.Lazar had been anxiously waiting for this night and he maintained his enthusiasm throughout the game.Curtis certainly had an impact on the game and showed great enthusiasm to be playing here in Ottawa in front of the fans, said MacLean. He really was a force for our team and a big reason why we won was the play of his line with Zack Smith and Milan Michalek, which I thought was probably the most consistent line that we had from start to finish.Colorado will look to end this four-game road trip on a high as they head to Montreal to take on the Canadiens Saturday night, while the Senators will host Columbus.Notes: The Senators will be without D Marc Methot (back, indefinite). D Jared Cowen, LW Mike Hoffman and LW Colin Greening were a healthy scratch for Ottawa. The Avalanche placed G Semyon Varlamov on injured reserve prior to the start of the game. Colorado was also without LW Patrick Bordeleau (back). Golfers Brad Fritsch and Brooke and Brittany Henderson were on hand for the game. 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