Hes guided Gold Coast to the NRL finals for the first time in six years and now Gold Coast coach Neil Henry is eyeing off an even longer drought in Fridays elimination clash with Brisbane.The Titans head to Suncorp Stadium without a win in their past nine trips up the Pacific Motorway, a winless streak stretching back to their inaugural campaign in 2007.After beating the Broncos 28-16 the first time the teams met at the venue in April 2007, the Titans have failed to beat their so-called big brother ever since in Brisbanes backyard.Their overall record in south-east Queensland derbies isnt much better, with just five wins from 20 clashes including a 40-32 defeat when the teams met in the 2009 finals series.As far as Henry is concerned however, that record means nothing coming into a one-off knockout clash.Those records go out the door dont they when you get into this sort of sudden-death game? Henry said.This is a new ball game.Theyre on the back of a few wins now, had a tremendous performance against Melbourne Storm and a gritty Roosters last game too but they did what they had to do to get a result. Theyve got a bit of momentum.Well have to arrest that, their early form on the field, and match fire with fire there.Having limped into the finals in eighth spot courtesy of Canberras big win over Wests Tigers on Sunday, Henry is urging his charges to seize the opportunity handed to them.The Titans coach admits the weight of expectation may have played its part in his teams defeats to Penrith and North Queensland with a finals spot theirs for the taking.Granted a second chance by the Tigers failure, Henry says approaching the finals without fear will be crucial.You just need to get on a run dont you and it starts on Friday night, Henry said.Youve just got to load up all your energy and just not worry about what-ifs, get out there and win a game of footy.TITANS BRISBANE MISERY - Gold Coasts history against the BroncosOverall record: Broncos 15, Titans 5In Brisbane: Broncos 9, Titans 1Most recent time: Broncos 24 bt Titans 16 at Robina, Round 5, 2016* Brisbane have won their past four matches against Gold Coast* Brisbane have won five and lost six in finals matches at Suncorp Stadium* Gold Coast have played one final at Suncorp Stadium, losing 32-6 to Sydney Roosters in 2010 Vapormax Plus Bílé . 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The Lightning are 2-0 so far on a four-game road trip, giving the club five straight wins as the guest and improving Tampas away record this season to 11-8-2. Nike Vapormax Cz . It was the second consecutive win for the Pacers (2-5), who lost their first five preseason games. Jeff Teague led the Hawks (1-5) with 17 points and eight assists and Al Horford had 12 points and seven rebounds. Mike Scott scored 15 of his 17 points in the second half. VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- The Canucks didnt have much success when trailing after two periods last season.In 2016-17, theyre already 2 for 2.Brandon Sutter scored 32 seconds into overtime and Vancouver erased a three-goal deficit to beat the Carolina Hurricanes 4-3 on Sunday night.Sutter, who buried the only shootout goal in Saturdays 2-1 victory over Calgary, grabbed the puck in his own zone and got a step on a defender before beating Eddie Lack on a quick shot for his first of the season over the blocker on a 2-on-1 rush for the Canucks second straight comeback win.Mr. Clutch finishes it off again, said Vancouver defenseman Ben Hutton, who tied the game with under 6 minutes to go in regulation.The Canucks were 3-30-1 when down after two periods in 2015-16, but already have two wins under those circumstances early this season after tying Saturdays game with the Flames late in the third.To come from behind twice like that in our own rink is big, something that we didnt do very well last year, Sutter said. It seemed like those close games at the start of the year last year, we ended up losing in overtime and shootouts.Markus Granlund had a goal and an assist and Bo Horvat also scored for Vancouver, which got 19 stops from Jacob Markstrom. Sutter added an assist.Justin Faulk had a goal and an assist, while Victor Rask and Teuvo Teravainen also scored for Carolina. Lack made 27 saves against his former team.The Hurricanes were coming off a 5-4 overtime loss to Winnipeg on Thursday in which they blew a 4-1 third-period lead.Its not good. Its obviously something we are going to have to address, Lack said. If were going to make the playoffs we cant do that.Vancouver trailed 3-1 after two periods, but cut the deficit just 1:11 into the third when Granlund finished a nice passing play with Sutter and Jannik Hansen for his first of the season after Faulk turned the puck over in his own zone.The Canucks continued to press and Hutton tied the game with 5:50 left in regulation when he buried his first from the slot past Lack, a fan favorite during his two seasons in Vancouver before he was traded to Carolina following the 2014-15 season.ddddddddddddLack stood strong during a late Vancouver power play, including a great stop on Sven Baertschi in front and then another on Granlund with about a minute left in regulation.Carolina led 2-0 after scoring goals 1:24 apart late in the opening period, and stretched that lead at 5:28 of the second when Faulk took advantage of some soft defensive play to bury his own rebound past Markstrom off the rush for his first of the season.Vancouver started to play better as the second period wore on, and Horvat scored his first with 7:57 left after taking a rebound off the end boards and making a strong move to the net on the backhand.Lack, who lost his only start against Vancouver last season, was called upon to make a couple of big saves to keep the Hurricanes up by two through 40 minutes, including a great pad stop on a slick deflection by Loui Eriksson.Vancouver had a number of early chances and held an 8-1 shot advantage 10 minutes into the game before the visitors found their legs.Rask scored his second goal of the season with 2:24 left in the period after working a give and go with Lee Stempniak, roofing a perfect shot into the top corner.The Hurricanes then doubled their lead on the power play with 49.7 seconds remaining when Teravainen, who was acquired from Chicago in an offseason trade, picked up a loose puck after Faulks point shot was blocked and swept his first of the year past Markstrom.UP NEXTCanucks: Continue a four-game homestand Tuesday night against St. Louis.Hurricanes: Play their third of six straight on the road to start the season Tuesday night in Edmonton. 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