PARIS -- Paris Saint-Germain continued its relentless march toward a second straight French title after thrashing Nantes 5-0 with a superb display of attacking football on Sunday, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic once again in irrepressible form as he scored twice and turned provider for Edinson Cavani. nike free run 2 femme . Ibrahimovic drilled in a first-half penalty, then set up Cavani before grabbing his second of the night to take his league tally to 17 in 20 games season. PSG never let up and could even have added further goals against a dispirited Nantes side. They will meet again next month in the semifinals of the League Cup and Nantes will hardly be looking forward to that contest. Center half Thiago Silva and midfielder Thiago Motta got PSGs other goals. "The lads did a lot of good things and I think if we carry on like this we can win the Champions League as well," Silva said. "I feel really good here with everyone, the coach, the president and I think I will stay here until the end of my contract. Ibra is a great player with a big personality, and I think he will stay as well." Meanwhile, Monaco won 2-0 away to Toulouse and Lyon made it 10 games unbeaten in all competitions with a 2-0 win at Reims. But Monacos win did little to unsettle PSG as former French president Nicolas Sarkozy was among the appreciative fans at Parc des Princes. "I think the players enjoyed it more than anyone," PSG coach Laurent Blanc said. "We could have eased up at 3-0 but the players wanted to score more, and thats good." PSG took the lead from a corner in 10th minute when goalkeeper Remy Riou saved Cavanis header and the rebound fell perfectly for Silva, giving him an easy finish from close range. PSG doubled its lead in the 36th when Ibrahimovic sent Riou the wrong way from the spot after defender Issa Cissokho had tripped Marco Verratti just inside the penalty area. The Sweden forward has scored six penalties this season. Brazilian winger Lucas came on for Argentinas Ezequiel Lavezzi at the start of the second half and within minutes he was involved in PSGs third goal in the 51st. His deep, floating cross from the right was headed back by Blaise Matuidi and Motta reacted quickly to slide the ball in from close range. Ibrahimovic found himself in space on the right wing and curled in a perfect pass to give Cavani his 13th goal of the season in the 58th, and Ibrahimovic slammed the ball past Riou after Matuidi and substitute Javier Pastore combined to set him up in the 64th. "We didnt do anything out there -- in defence, midfield or up front. They just did what they wanted. We just sat back and waited," said Nantes winger Fabrice Pancrate, who used to play for PSG. "If you dont play properly against a team like this, you get a result like that. We seemed to be terrified. I didnt recognize my teammates out there." Cavani missed two chances to make it 6-0 when he swiped a shot wide and then hit his shot straight at Riou after going clean through in the 87th. Earlier, left back Layvin Kurzawa put Monaco ahead in the 36th with a low shot after being set up by midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia, sweeping the ball in after running onto Kondogbias cross from the left. Lucas Ocampos came off the bench to add a second with a spectacular bicycle kick in the 88th. The Argentine winger replaced Colombia forward Radamel Falcao, after he missed three chances. Falcao has only scored once in his past five games for Monaco and appears short of form. "Its an important three points for us and it helps us get back on track," Monaco coach Claudio Ranieri said. Lyons goals came from striker Alexandre Lacazette and midfielder Gueida Fofana, moving the seven-time French champion up to eighth place. nike free run 2 pas cher femme .cas 2013 Play of the Year Showdown continues with our first player versus goalie entry of the showdown. nike free run plus 2 pas cher . Brian Langtry led the way with four goals and a pair of assists as the Colorado Mammoth grabbed the definitive edge in a tight National Lacrosse League playoff race with a 13-6 victory over the Edmonton Rush on Saturday. WASHINGTON -- Suddenly, Bruins-Capitals turned into Flyers-Penguins, replete with scraps and all sorts of scrums -- not to mention quite a bit of offence thrown in. From the high stick that knocked off Boston captain Zdeno Charas helmet, to the cross-check to Rich Peverleys face at games end that earned a match penalty for Washingtons Nicklas Backstrom, and all sorts of mayhem in between, Game 3 "was kind of like a rugby game," Capitals coach Dale Hunter said. "The only thing thats disappointing for me personally is that this is the third time in three games our player has been cross-checked in the face. ... You hope that those things dont get out of hand," Bruins coach Claude Julien said. "Somebody else, not us, has to deal with that." Thanks to Chara, the Bruins came out on top. Chara scored the tiebreaking goal during 4-on-4 play with less than 2 minutes left, and the reigning Stanley Cup champion Bruins finally solved playoff rookie goalie Braden Holtby, beating the Capitals 4-3 Monday night to take a 2-1 lead in the first-round Eastern Conference series. "Its getting more emotional," Chara said. "Players are more involved. Its starting to be more and more physical." The 6-foot-9 owner of a 100-plus mph slap shot was involved in pretty much every key play: He was in the penalty box when Alexander Semin scored the games first goal for Washington; he had two assists; and his final shot from the right circle appeared to get deflected by Capitals defenceman Roman Hamrlik -- "Lucky goal," Hunter said -- on its way past Holtby. "It was nice to see him get that. He got clipped there in the head; a little frustrated from the non-call. He had a penalty early in the game for I thought just holding his own," Julien said. "So hes been good at not getting frustrated at those things. Because he stays with it, he ends up getting rewarded with a big goal." Game 4 is Thursday in Washington, before the best-of-seven series moves back to Boston for Game 5 on Saturday. "Hopefully, it can give us some real momentum moving forward -- and we can win a couple games by two goals," said Tim Thomas, last seasons playoff MVP, who made 29 saves and ignored the taunting from fans who held up photos of President Barack Obama, reminding him that he turned down a trip to the White House in January with his teammates. Peverley, Brian Rolston and Daniel Paille scored for the Bruins. Alex Ovechkin and Brooks Laich got Washingtons other goals. Laich scored on a breakaway with 6 minutes left to make it 3-3, but Chara came through with 1:53 remaining for second-seeded Boston. Holtby, who blocked 72 of 74 shots through the firstt two games, was good but not great Monday, making 25 saves. nike free run 2 femme pas cher. Game 1 went to overtime before Boston won 1-0, and Game 2 wasnt decided until the second extra period, when Washington claimed a 2-1 victory. Two games and a whopping total of four goals. There were four goals in 1 1/2 periods Monday -- and a lot more hitting and fighting and penalties. After one prolonged skirmish involving a handful of players, Capitals defenceman Karl Alzner made a fist and rotated it near his eye, as if to say to Bostons Milan Lucic, "Why are you being such a crybaby?" Afterward, Lucic said that was a rich gesture coming from "a guy who I think has two roughing penalties in three years." "Were a team that stands up for ourselves and stands up for our teammates," Lucic said. "Were a team with a lot of pride, so that might be a big reason why we get ourselves going." It actually might have been Ovechkin who set the tone right away, flattening defenceman Dennis Seidenberg with a big, roar-inducing hit less than 30 seconds in. About 10 minutes later, Ovechkin rattled Rolston, one of the five hits the Russian accumulated in the first period. "There was more stuff -- extracurricular stuff -- after the whistles," Laich said. "We kind of dont want to get caught up in that." The opening period ended with a bit of a scrum several feet to Thomas left. Nothing rising to the level of the rowdy series between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, but there was enough improper contact that two players began the second period off the ice: Backstrom for cross-checking, and Lucic for roughing. During the ensuing 4-on-4, the teams produced two goals in 13 seconds, with Ovechkin putting Washington ahead 2-1. The lead didnt last long, though. Paille -- who had nine goals all season, and none since Feb. 11 -- tied it by batting down a rebound with his stick, then nimbly getting around Holtby. Rolston put Boston ahead 62 seconds into the third period, before Laich temporarily evened the score. Chara decided the outcome of Game 3, and both teams braced for more of what several players called "chippier" play. "You could see some of the retaliatory penalties and a few embellishments out there," Washington forward Troy Brouwer said. "Thats how it goes, and thats what happens when you see a team three times in six nights, and its only going to be more in the next few days." NOTES: Hunter said he expects Backstroms match penalty to be reviewed and rescinded. ... Ovechkins goal allowed him to break a tie with Hunter and move into second in Capitals history with 26 in the playoffs. Only Peter Bondra, with 30, scored more post-season goals for Washington. ' ' '