BERLIN - Hamburger SV held Bayern Munich to 0-0 in Josef Zinnbauers debut as coach, while Julian Draxler scored and got sent off on his 21st birthday for nine-man Schalke in the Bundesliga on Saturday.Schalke drew 2-2 with Eintracht Frankfurt, which also had a player sent off.Also, promoted Paderborn was provisionally top of the table after defeating Hannover 2-0. Elias Kachunga broke the deadlock in the 71st, then Moritz Stoppelkamp sealed the result deep in injury time with an audacious goal from 83 metres for a Bundesliga record.I didnt know I could even shoot that far, said Stoppelkamp, who beat Greek defender Giorgos Tzavelas previous record on March 12, 2011 for Frankfurt against Schalke, by 10 metres.Mainz defeated Borussia Dortmund 2-0 in the late game, costing the visitors the chance to go top.Shinji Okazaki opened the scoring in the 66th when he slid in to convert Jairos cross from close range.Okazaki conceded a penalty three minutes later when Ciro Immobiles effort struck his arm, but Mainz keeper Loris Karius saved Immobiles spot kick.Matthias Ginters own goal made it 2-0 in the 74th, when he cut out Jairos cross for Dortmund loan player Jonas Hofmann, only to see the ball slip inside the left post.Dortmund substitute Henrikh Mkhitaryan struck the post in the last minute. Adrian Ramos, who missed a number of chances, struck it earlier.We didnt start badly. We had one or two chances, said Ginter, who lamented his stupid own goal.Hamburg coach Zinnbauer, who took over from the fired Mirko Slomka on Tuesday, earned the club its second point after its worst start to the Bundesliga in 51 years.Arjen Robben was due to start for Bayern but injured himself in the warm-up and was replaced by Thomas Mueller.The home side started well, closing down any space, and restricting Bayerns goal opportunities.With Hamburg in the ascendency after the break, Bayern coach Pep Guardiola sent on Xabi Alonso in the 53rd to assert control. The visitors then created their best chance of the game, when Jaroslav Drobny did well to save Philipp Lahms volley and David Alaba fired the rebound over.Guardiola sent on Mario Goetze and Robert Lewandowski for a final offensive push with less than half an hour remaining but neither side could make the breakthrough.It wasnt easy to get into the game after the Champions League match against Manchester City, said Guardiola, referring to his sides late 1-0 win on Wednesday. It was a bit better in the second half but unfortunately we didnt take our chances. We have to keep working now. Theres a tough time ahead of us until December.It was Bayerns second draw from four games, while Hamburg has yet to score this season.Im proud of the team for pulling through the final 15 minutes, Zinnbauer said. So a compliment to Mirko Slomka, who kept the team top-fit.In Gelsenkirchen, Frankfurt midfielder Alexander Meier scored on the rebound from Ralf Faehrmanns save in the 15th and Marco Russ made it 2-0 when he eluded Schalke midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng and Christian Fuchs before shooting inside the far post.Eric Maxim Choupo-Motings calmly taken penalty gave Schalke a lifeline five minutes before the break. TV replays suggested it was a harsh decision, as Draxlers cross struck Slobodan Medojevics arm as the Frankfurt midfielder was falling.Draxler equalized five minutes after the restart.Boateng earned his second yellow card in the 61st, and 10 minutes later Draxlers birthday celebrations turned sour when he kicked out at Carlos Zambrano and earned his direct red card.Medojevics second yellow card a€” his first was for the penalty decision a€” eased the pressure on Schalke, which is still looking for its first win of the season.The way the team came back was brilliant, said Schalke coach Jens Keller, whose side also came back to claim a draw at Chelsea in the Champions League on Wednesday.Augsburg defeated Werder Bremen 4-2 and Hoffenheim won 2-0 at Stuttgart, which is bottom of the table after four games.Everyone in the stadium could see that the team fought, that they were better in previous games, Stuttgart coach Armin Veh said. 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The 33-year-old Spaniard, who held the lead since the second round, turned in a solid final round that featured six birdies and two bogeys to finish on 22-under 266. The victory is Garcias first this year with his last win coming at the Johor Open, an Asian Tour event in Malaysia last December.With his Colorado Avalanche set to take on the Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday night, it slipped coach Patrick Roys mind that his number hangs from the rafters at the Bell Centre. "I forgot," said Roy. "See how focused I am for the game?" Of course, the legendary Habs netminder was kidding. "I made sure it was there with no dust on it," Roy joked about his banner that was raised in 2008. Roy, with his Avalanche firmly in possession of a playoff spot, returns to Montreal as a coach for the first time with plenty of Jack Adams buzz surrounding him. The first-year coach has his Avalanche sitting in second place in the Central Division, six points behind the St. Louis Blues, with a shot at the Presidents Trophy. It was in Quebec with the QMJHLs Remparts that Roy got his coaching start and credits his time there with getting him ready for the rigours of an NHL job and how to relate to his players. "The days with the Remparts prepared me really well and helped me a lot," said Roy. "I think that this is a group that needs positivity and its easy for me to be positive because they work so hard." Known for never blowing up at his team during intermissions, Roy doesnt see the need for post-period tirades. "Theres nothing you can do about the first or second, its what you can do in the third," he said. The first year for a coach in the NHL is always a major learning experience and rookie bench bosses tend to fail a lot more than they succeed.dddddddddddd Roy credits an understanding with his players as to why he is thriving. "We based our relationships in trust and respect and a partnership," explained. The 48-year-old Sainte-Foy, Quebec says hes made sure that his return to Montreal will be focused on getting two points for his Avalanche and that Tuesdays game isnt about him. "I was trying to not think too much about it," said Roy. "I tried to have a simple approach to this game. I dont try to put myself ahead of the team. Its not about me, its about them. They deserve the credit for our success and theyre reason for why we are where we are." Any enmity that lingered after Roys acrimonious exit from the Canadiens in 1995 is long gone, says the four-time Stanley Cup-winner. "It didnt really last very long for me," said Roy. "Its been behind me for a long time, but it takes two to dance sometimes." With his number retired in 2008 and his participation in the teams centennial ceremony the following year, Roy credits Canadiens fans for welcoming him back with open arms, citing calls for him to coach the team in 2012 prior to the re-hiring of Michel Therrien. "It was nice to see that the past was behind us and we could move on," said Roy. "For the ego, it feels good." The Habs host the Avalanche on Tuesday at 7:30pm et. Catch all of the action live on TSN Canadiens or listen on TSN Radio 690. ' ' '