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WELLINGTON, New Zealand -- Winger Ben Smith kept up his prolific try-scoring record in test matches this season, touching down twice as New Zealand took advantage of lax defence to beat Australia 27-16 in the Rugby Championship and retain the Bledisloe Cup on Saturday. Smith scored three tries in the All Blacks 47-29 win over the Wallabies in Sydney last weekend in the competitions opening game and has now scored seven tries in his last four test appearances. Flyhalf Tom Taylor, who was plunged into test rugby when New Zealand lost three No. 10s to injury, kicked 14 points from a conversion and four penalties in a sound debut while fullback Israel Dagg also kicked a penalty. Israel Folau scored a late intercept try for Australia, beating Dagg with a giant sidestep, while Christian Lealiifano converted and added three penalties. The Australians competed strongly in the first 25 minutes, securing a small majority of possession and placing the All Blacks under searching pressure. But they failed to take advantage of a handful of opportunities, were rebuffed by a solid New Zealand defence then conceded two tries to Smith in the last 13 minutes of the first half to trail 15-6 at halftime. Though they made sporadic breaks, the Australians had no coherence and therefore offered no sustained threat from their attacking game. When they were most strongly on attack, pressing the New Zealand line, they found the All Blacks defence impenetrable. The All Blacks, in contrast, were again able to turn even half-chances from Wallabies turnovers into tries and to walk through gaping holes in Australias interior defence. Mistiming its rush defence and the timidity of some individual defenders allowed New Zealand to perforate the Australian defensive line on a number of occasions. "For the first 30 minutes, we were under the pump," All Blacks captain Richie McCaw said. "We were just beaten to the punch in the contact areas. "But when we got our opportunities, because momentum does change, we managed to capitalize on it and thats the way youve got to do it in rugby these days. I thought we took good options tonight, our kicking was good and we took our chances." The All Blacks overpowered the Wallabies at scrums, showing their mastery of new rules of engagement being applied for the first time this season. They were led in that respect by loosehead prop Tony Woodcock, who became the fourth New Zealander to play 100 tests. Australia were humiliated by the British and Irish Lions scrum in their three-test series in June but that almost paled in comparison with the scrummaging lesson it received from the All Blacks here. New Zealands victory, following its win in Sydney last week, ensured it wins this seasons three-match series for the Bledisloe Cup, extending to 11 years its hold on a trophy which is played for annually between the All Blacks and Wallabies. The All Blacks remain unbeaten against Australia at home since 2003 and have won all but three of their last 19 test meetings. "I said last week wed only done half the job and to win again this week means weve got the Bledisloe Cup in the cupboard for another year," All Blacks coach Steve Hansen said. "We knew that Australia would come at us and in the first 20 minutes a lot of the moments were going to belong to them if we didnt turn up mentally. We got away to a slow start and they probably owned it a bit. But what I did like was that we absorbed it and came back and started to win our own moments." Australia hooker Stephen Moore went close to scoring in the sixth minute and Lealiifano made a telling break in the 24th minute but was hauled down in cover defence by scrumhalf Aaron Smith. Both attacks led to penalties, which Lealiifano converted to give Australia a 6-0 lead. At that point, they had the better of the match and they were competing strongly and energetically, if not always effectively, because of the limitations of their attacking game. The match turned in the 27th minute when New Zealand secured possession from an Australian kick and quickly shifted the ball wide where winger Julian Savea briefly held up the defence and created space from which Smith scored his first try. Taylor converted and New Zealand took a lead, at 7-6, which they never relinquished. Outstanding backrower Steven Luatua, who excelled both in defence and attack, made the critical break in the 39th minute from which Smith scored his second and most telling try. Quick hands among the New Zealand backs again created an overlap against a compact defence and Smith slipped down the touchline to score. New Zealand extended its lead to 24-9 in the 70th minute, with Taylors fourth penalty and his fifth successful kick from seven attempts. Folau then gave the scoreline respectability with his third try in tests, swooping on an All Blacks pass and brilliantly beating Dagg in the open field. "Youve just got to take your hat off to New Zealand, theyre a very clinical side and they make the most of their possession," Wallabies captain James Horwill said. "Theyre very good and unfortunately now we have another year without the Bledisloe Cup, which is very disappointing." ---------- New Zealand 27 (Ben Smith 2 tries; Tom Taylor conversion, 4 penalties; Israel Dagg penalty), Australia 16 (Israel Folau try; Christian Lealiifano conversion, 3 penalties). HT: 15-6. Malik Jefferson Bengals Jersey . Sources tell TSN that union executives travelled to select CFL cities Monday to open dialogue with players and answer questions. After the tentative deal was reached Saturday night, several players posted messages of frustration and disappointment on social media - and that carried over into Sunday on both the web and the field. 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But in the case of Hurtado, its what the coach is NOT saying that may be the secret to a superb run of form.Ottawa Senators 5 Winnipeg Jets 3 (Jets 30-28-7, Home 15-13-5) – The five goals against are the most the Jets have surrendered since the arrival of Paul Maurice. The Jets also gave up two goals while shorthanded, the first time they have given up two since December 23 in Edmonton, 26 games ago. It was also the seventh game this season where the Jets have scored two power play goals in a game. The Jets failed to convert on a five-on-three and it was Ottawa that opened the scoring with a power play goal from Milan Michalek, a goal that went off Matt Halischuk and just got across the goal line. Brian Little with his 20th of the year tied it, also on a power play. It was his seventh power play goal of the year, and 50th point of the year, one shy of his career high for a single season. Dustin Byfuglien and Andrew Ladd picked up assists. Byfuglien has 21 power play points on the season. But, 38 seconds later Jared Cowan with his fourth of the year regained the lead for Ottawa. Against Los Angeles Thursday the Kings scored 42 seconds after the Jets scored to tie the game. Shots in the first were 13-12 Ottawa. The Jets started the second with some good offensive chances but it was the Sens that scored at 2:01 to make it a 3-1 game. It was another strange goal for Ottawa. On a two-on-one, Mark Stuart dove to break up the play, which he did, but in the process took out Ondrej Pavelec and left the net wide open for Eric Gryba to get his second of the year. Toby Enstrom scored the Jets second power play goal of the afternoon to make it 3-2. For Enstrom his seventh of the year and second on the power play. It came right off a face off win by Evander Kane. Then 38 seconds that turned the game. Kyle Turris scored his 21st at 8:58, Devin Setoguchi went for boarding at 9:20 and Mike Hoffman with a power play goal at 9:36 made it 5-22.dddddddddddd It was Hoffmans first NHL goal. Al Montoya came into the game, his first action since the St. Louis game before the Olympic break. Jets had two power plays in the final seven minutes of the second but failed to score. Shots in the second were 14-13 Jets. The third period was all Jets. Byfuglien with his 14th at 2:13 made it a two-goal game. Byfuglien rifled one of the right wing that beat Craig Anderson high. The remainder of the period though belonged to Anderson. The Jets outshot Ottawa 22-7 in the third, but could not get closer than 5-3. Final shots were 49-32. Jets have scored 31 power play goals, 22 at home. For the 10th time this season Jacob Trouba led the Jets in ice time at 24:17, Enstrom led in shots on goal with seven, Byfuglien and Kane had six each. Michael Frolik won 10 of 12 face offs in his second game at centre. Post-game Coach Maurice was positive. "Strange pucks going into the net, especially on their first three. First one is off two of our guys and in, second one off one of our guys and in, third one we take our goalie out. On the game we liked our chances better than theirs. I liked the emotional level we played within the last part of the game. There was no quit, we had more intensity as the game wore on." On the play of Pavelec, "Unfortunate. To be great you need some breaks. Ive got no problem with him." On the power play that went two for seven, "we had 17 power play shots, got two goals. That is what were trying to do. We had two goals. One was to make playoffs, the second to set a foundation for the game we want to play. We are moving in that direction." The Jets are in Colorado Monday (TSN Jets, TSN 1290), before returning home for three more against Vancouver, the New York Rangers and a huge game against the Dallas Stars, the team they are chasing in the West. 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