Sandy, UT (Sports Network) - After 16 minutes of play at Rio Tinto Stadium on Monday Real Salt Lake found itself down two goals and a man against the New England Revolution. But RSL showed great resolve in rallying for a wild 3-3 draw that extends its unbeaten streak to five games and piles more misery on the Revs. New England entered Mondays match having earned just two points from its last seven games, but the club couldnt have asked for a better start as the hosts were reduced to 10 men after just three minutes. Benny Feilhaber raced into the penalty area and went down after a challenge from RSLs Nat Borchers. The Salt Lake defender appeared to make a good play on the ball, but referee Yader Reyes pointed to the penalty spot and handed Borchers a red card. Rajko Lekic converted the subsequent penalty kick, and the Revs doubled their lead in the 16th minute when Chris Tierneys free kick found its way through the wall and inside the right post. But that is when the home side went to work, with Will Johnson following up an Andy Williams free kick that struck the post to head the ball home midway through the first half. New Englands Kevin Alston then handled the ball inside his own penalty area early in the second half, which allowed Alvaro Saborio to fire home the equalizer from the spot. A flicked header from New Englands Shalrie Joseph in the 63rd minute restored the lead for the visitors, but Ryan Cochrane was sent off just a few minutes later after receiving his second yellow card, evening things up at 10 men apiece. Salt Lake then went on the attack for the rest of the match, with Saborio heading a ball off the crossbar in the 68th minute before substitute Fabian Espindola came on and netted the equalizer seven minutes from time. The rest of the match saw RSL press forward for the win, and although they failed to claim all three points, it still has to be a satisfying result for Jason Kreis team considering their disastrous start. Nike Free Run 2. 1 in the NHL Power Rankings. With one loss in the last 11 games, the Canucks have been tough to knock off, though their seemingly neverending run of injuries (Dan Hamhuis is the latest Vancouver defenceman to be sidelined) has prevented them from opening up a larger gap on the other contenders. Nike Free Run 2 noir. Gonzalez, who turns 37 on Feb. 15, hit .177 in 41 games for Milwaukee last season. He made his major league debut with Florida in 1998 and has played 15 seasons, the last two with the Brewers. NBA Power Rankings. Entering the All-Star break, the Oklahoma City Thunder have won 14 of 16 games to take over top spot, even without injured star point guard Russell Westbrook. Nike Free Run 3. The 24-year-old Pavelec also received a six-month suspended prison sentence for causing a traffic accident May 26 in his hometown of Kladno, west of the capital Prague. Pavelec hit a car with his BMW. Nike Free 3.0 V4. Justin Morneau, Michael Cuddyer and Delmon Young also singled with one out in the 10th to load the bases -- a sudden output of offense in a game that had, until then, been dominated by pitching.MARSEILLE, France -- Defending champion Jo-Wilfried Tsonga came through a stern test against 117th-ranked Jan-Lennard Struff to win 7-6 (4), 7-5 Saturday, setting up an Open 13 final against third-seeded Ernests Gulbis of Latvia after he upset top-seeded Richard Gasquet of France 6-3, 6-2. Tsonga was pressured by the German player in both sets. The Frenchman saved five break points in the first set. Struff broke his opponent at the start of the second set, before saving three break points of his own in the next game. But Tsongas experience told when he broke Struff twice at the end of the second set to reach his 19th career final, where he will bid for an 11th title. He leads 3-1 in career head-to-heads against Gulbis, who has won all four of his previous finals. In beating Gasquet for the first time at his third attemppt, Gulbis had 15 aces and proved clinical on Gasquets normally strong serve, converting three of his four break-point chances.dddddddddddd. "Today was very good. Everything was working: serve, backhand," Gulbis said. "I was a bit tired from yesterday, so I just tried to keep the points short and I felt so good doing that." It was a frustrating afternoon for Gasquet, who again fell at the semifinal stage after his defeat to countryman Gael Monfils at the Open Sud de France in Marseille earlier this month. "It was very difficult for me. He was just better," Gasquet said. "On a fast surface like this, its very tough to play against somebody like Ernests. He was just more powerful than me and didnt have any weakness. I didnt have any chances, not a single break point." ' ' '