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RALEIGH, N.C. -- After squandering a third-period lead in a season-opening loss to Detroit, the Carolina Hurricanes were happy to be in a similar position against the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday. This time, they got the result they wanted. Radek Dvorak scored the winner in the second period to lift the Carolina Hurricanes to their first win of the season, a 2-1 victory over the Flyers. Jay Harrison also scored, Jeff Skinner added two assists and Anton Khudobin made 17 saves in his Hurricanes debut. "It definitely had the very same feel as the last game," Carolinas Jordan Staal said. "It was nice to get a different result with the tough ending to last time. It was nice to have a solid third period and do all the right things to get the win." Luke Schenn had the goal for the Flyers, who have opened the season 0-3-0 for the second year in a row. Before last year, Philadelphia had lost its first three games only one other time in franchise history. Steve Mason made 32 saves for the Flyers. Philadelphia has scored only three goals in its three losses. "I dont know if anythings missing -- were just having a tough time scoring goals," Schenn said. "No ones got that confidence or that swagger right now to score some goals. When you put the puck in the net, it makes everyone feel good around you. For whatever reason, weve had a hard time doing that." The Hurricanes dominated large stretches of the opening period, taking advantage of a Philadelphia team that lost 4-1 at Montreal on Saturday night before travelling to Raleigh. For the period, Carolina outshot the Flyers 17-5. Harrison opened the scoring with one of the Hurricanes more benign opportunities, sneaking the puck through Masons legs on a wrist shot from inside the blue line. Philadelphia got that goal back 3:01 into the second period when Schenn skated around Carolinas Drayson Bowman and snapped the puck above Khudobins left shoulder. It was the Flyers first even-strength goal of the season. "I would think that the guys are probably pretty frustrated," Philadelphia coach Peter Laviolette said. "Theres not a lot of room out there. The first game, we had a lot of attempts; the second game, not a lot of attempts. Were in there, were looking, but were not coming up with anything." Dvorak gave the Hurricanes the lead for good when he scored a little more than 5 minutes later. After Skinner deflected Schenns clearing attempt, Dvorak collected the loose puck in the high slot. With Carolinas Riley Nash providing a screen, Dvoraks wrist shot beat Mason on the glove side. "When the forechecks going well, everything falls into place," Skinner said. "I think the forecheck was going well." Dvorak, who signed a free agent contract with the Hurricanes on Oct. 2 after coming to training camp on a tryout basis, also scored in the Hurricanes season-opening loss to Detroit on Friday. The 18-year veteran had four goals in nine games for Anaheim last season. "Given the opportunity, he can score," Carolina coach Kirk Muller said. "Hes got great skill. Hes obviously been a great addition over the first two games that weve added to our group of young forwards." The final period was a tight-checking affair with neither team having many opportunities -- Philadelphia managed only three shots. NOTES: Elias Lindholm, Carolinas first-round draft pick, went to the Hurricanes dressing room in the third period with an apparent injury to his right arm. He did not return to the game, although he was on the bench at the end of the game. ... Philadelphias Vincent Lecavalier came into the game having recorded 27 points in his last 27 games against the Hurricanes. . Mason had been undefeated in five career outings against Carolina. Dave Dravecky Jersey . This week, topics cover the World Series champion Red Sox, John Farrell and what to look forward to this off-season. 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Danny Willett and Henrik Stenson on the first tee The 43-year-old picked up an early birdie at the 583-yard second and added three in four holes around the turn before dropping his only shot of the day at the 12th.But the 2009 champion bounced back with birdies at the next two holes, and his assured putting earned him another at the 17th which took him into the outright lead ahead of Nicolas Colsaerts and Julien Quesne, who birdied four of the last five holes to vault up the leaderboard. Westwood carded seven birdies to hit the front on six under Sergio Garcia is a stroke further adrift after a bad mistake at the 16th cost him the outright lead having stormed to six under with three birdies in four holes from the eighth before he made only the second eagle of the first round at the 14th. Six months half price Upgrade to Sky Sports to watch Man Utd v Arsenal on Saturday and get the first six months half price But the Spaniard dumped his approach to the tricky 16th green into the water and ran up a double-bogey six which dropped him into a tie for fourth along with Joost Luiten and Francesco Molinari, while Victor Dubuisson slipped from five under to two under with bogeys at each of the final three holes. Live European Tour Golf November 18, 20116, 8:00am Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass The four contenders for the overall Race to Dubai title all had their struggles on day one, none more so than McIlroy as he bogeyed three of the first six holes and dropped another shot after driving into the desert scrub at the 10th.dddddddddddd Rory McIlroy fired his worst score in 29 rounds in the event He finally got a birdie putt to drop at the 14th and followed it with another at 15, but he undid that recovery work by blocking his second to 16 and finding the edge of the hazard, from where he needed two attempts to splash onto the green.McIlroy did at least finish on a positive note with a birdie at the last, but his very slim chances of retaining his European No 1 title effectively ended after 10 holes. Race to Dubai leader Henrik Stenson struggled to make much happen at the DP World Tour Championship, making just one birdie in a level-par 72 Stenson remains the man to beat despite being far from his best, and he admitted afterwards that average was a fair assessment of his opening 72 in which he parred the final 11 holes.Willett, who trails the Open champion by close to 300,000 points in the standings, got on a nice run after he hit back from an early bogey with three birdies in four holes before a tough back-nine 37 left him five behind Westwood. Danny Willett offset four birdies with three bogeys And the in-form Alex Noren, third in the Race to Dubai, put together a similar grafting round to Stenson, making two birdies and one bogey in a solid 71.Upgrade to Sky Sports now to watch Man Utd v Arsenal this Saturday and get the first six months half price! Also See: Race to Dubai contenders Dubai leaderboard Golf live on Sky Sports 4 European Tour Schedule ' ' '