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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Tampa Bay offensive guard Carl Nicks expects to play in his first game in 10 months when the Buccaneers face the New England Patriots in an exhibition game Friday night. While Bucs coach Greg Schiano wouldnt commit to using Nicks, who is recovering from a left toe injury, the 2011 All-Pro said Thursday, "I think thats the plan now, unless something changes." Nicks last played Oct. 25 but took part in the three days of joint practices with the Patriots that ended with a walkthrough Thursday. Schiano thought Nicks would play but wanted to wait before making a final decision. "I just want to play it by ear, see how he feels," Schiano said. "Right now, it isnt what Im concerned with. Although I want to get him work if he can, Im not going to be overly cautious, but, at the same time, I dont want to be silly." Nicks played all 64 games with the New Orleans Saints after they drafted him in the fifth round out of Nebraska in 2009. But he was limited to seven games last year with Tampa Bay. Nicks said he wasnt nervous about coming back. "If I was a rookie or maybe a second-year guy, maybe," he said, "but its just another day at the office." And, he said, hes "as confident as I can be. This kind of injury, I dont know many people have it. (Im) as confident as (I can be with) the information Ive been told." Schiano said hes still deciding how many plays his first team offence and defence will get against the Patriots. Theres a chance the Bucs will be facing Tom Brady, an unlikely prospect when the Patriots quarterback left Wednesdays practice with a sprained left knee. But on Thursday, Brady took all the snaps with the first-team offence and played without a limp. He was hurt when defensive end Adrian Clayborn rushed left tackle Nate Solder, who fell back into Brady, forcing the quarterback to the ground where he clutched his knee. "Its just unfortunate," Schiano said. 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Then the inspiration came in frightening form, when defenceman Keith Ballards head hit hard on the ice.Nino Niederreiter dived for a loose puck in traffic around the net and tapped in the go-ahead goal with the end of his stick with 4:33 left, capping a furious comeback by the Wild for a 5-4 win over the Islanders on Tuesday night.We have too much pride and character to allow that to continue, and I thought we showed that the rest of the game, coach Mike Yeo said.Ballard was driven into the glass between the benches by Islanders left wing Matt Martin, who wasnt penalized for his straight-on hit. Pinned awkwardly against the wall, Ballard fell before his helmet bounced against the ice.It was a very emotional night, captain Mikko Koivu said. At the end a great feeling, but still you dont want to see one of your teammates going down like that.Ballard got up after a few minutes and walked slowly with assistance to the locker room, before being taken to a hospital for further observation and evaluation.It obviously was a scary moment at the time, but I felt like we carried it in a positive way, Niederreiter said.Mikael Granlund immediately hit Kyle Okposo, who drew a slashing penalty for angrily hitting Granlund in the leg in response. Jason Pominville scored on the power play on the first of three assists by Ryan Suter, who returned from a two-game absence to the mumps. Then Kyle Brodziak dropped the gloves with Martin upon his re-entry.With what happened to Keith, it was all pretty sickening to us, said Thomas Vanek, who scored the tying goal with 8:12 left.Vanek, who played part of last season with the Islanders, said he didnt believe Martin intended any malice.I heard it wasnt dirty, but still were all playing this game because we love it and we shouldnt hurt each other, Vanek said.The Islanders lost their second straight game after taking a 3-0 lead in the first period.They kept coming and we didnt. Were moore upset with the way we played, not the way them came at us, said Josh Bailey, who made it 4-1 on the Islanders only shot of the second period.ddddddddddddWe should be able to handle that.Sloppy faceoffs and weak defence in front of the net helped smooth the Wilds path to victory.Youve got to have the will to defend around your goalie, Islanders coach Jack Capuano said.Koivu scored early in the third period for the Wild to spark the comeback, and Erik Haulas goal brought them within one.Chad Johnson got the surprise start over Jaroslav Halak, who had an 11-game winning streak stopped on Saturday when he gave up six goals to St. Louis after being given the big lead.Johnson, who made 25 saves, skated toward the bench and whacked his stick against the wall after a whistle soon after Niederreiters goal.Weve got to win some one-on-one battles and generate some forechecks and some momentum to get some pressure off our D, Islanders captain John Tavares said.Michael Grabner, Brock Nelson and Martin scored early for the Islanders against Niklas Backstrom, who finished with 15 saves. The Wild outshot the Islanders 27-8 over the final two periods.We shouldnt have to have something like that to bring it out of us, Yeo said.NOTES: The last NHL team to score on its lone shot of a period, according to STATS research, was Buffalo in the second period last season, April 10, 2014. ... The Wild have outshot opponents in 23 of 26 games this season. ... The Islanders kept their injured list at five, taking defenceman Lubomir Visnovsky (upper body) off before the game and placing centre Casey Cizikas (upper body) on it. Cizikas was hurt on Saturday. ... Nelson leads the Islanders with 13 goals. ... Most NHL teams typically have at least one native Minnesotan playing in front of family and friends against the Wild, but the Islanders generated more extra ticket sales than usual with Okposo (St. Paul), Nelson (Warroad), Leddy (Eden Prairie) and Anders Lee (Edina). 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