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NORTH SYDNEY, N. Nike Blazers Mens Sale .S. - Matteo Gennaro had two goals and an assist as Pacific defeated Russia 7-3 on Friday to advance to the gold-medal match at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge. Ty Ronning, Nick Merkley and Giorgio Estephan each had a goal and an assist for Pacific while Noah Juulsen and Jansen Harkins added a goal apiece. Dmitry Zhukenov led Russia with a goal and an assist and Artur Tyanulin and Aleksandr Zhebelev each scored once. Zach Sawchenko earned the win for Pacific as Russias Ilya Samsonov took the loss after giving up all seven goals on 54 shots. Pacific went 2 for 5 on the power play while Russia scored twice on four chances with the man advantage. Pacific will face the United States in the gold medal game on Saturday while Russia plays Quebec for bronze. The gold medal game can be seen live on TSN at 4pm et/1pm pt. --- Colin White had two goals and two assists as the United States qualified for the gold-medal game against Pacific by crushing Quebec 9-1. Nicholas Boka and Matthew Tkachuk had a pair of goals apiece for the U.S. while Auston Matthews and Michael Floodstrand each had a goal and an assist. Jack Roslovic added a single goal to round out his clubs offence and goaltender Michael Lackey made 19 saves for the victory Pascal Quin scored the lone goal for Quebec. Callum Booth stopped 19-of-23 shots in net for Quebec before giving way to Olivier Tremblay, who allowed four goals on 23 shots in 35 minutes of relief. --- Dylan Strome had two goals and an assist to lead Ontario past Sweden 6-3 in the fifth-place game. Lawson Crouse added two goals for the winners while Mitchel Vande Sompel and Brett McKenzie had the others. Lucas Carlsson, Anton Kalte and Rasmus Asplund replied for Sweden. Troy Timpano and Ben Blacker combine to make 21 saves in net for Canada while Swedens Felix Sandstrom turned aside 36-of-43 shots in defeat. --- In the ninth-place game, West edged Germany 4-3 as Ryan Gardiners goal eight minutes into the third period proved to be the winner. Jackson Keane, Jesse Gabrielle and Colt Conrad also scored for West. Julian Napravnik, Dimitri Komnik and Simon Schuetz responded for Germany. Logan Flodell made 23 saves for West as Germanys Cody Brennar gave up four goals on 28 shots. The seventh-place game between Atlantic and the Czech Republic was postponed due to weather. It has been rescheduled for Saturday in Port Hawkesbury, N.S. Nike Air Max 90 Premium Black . Over the course of his career Glenn is 79-71-1 in 151 starts for a .526 career winning percentage. Since becoming a Stampeder, he has elevated his play and raised his stock around the league.Nike Roshe Run Flyknit Uk .A.SOCHI, Russia -- Pavel Datsyuk took a significant step toward playing in Russias Olympic opener by participating in practice. Datsyuk, who missed his teams first practice while nursing a lower-body injury, took line rushes between Ilya Kovalchuk and Alexander Radulov. Alexander Svitov had been holding a place for him. Coach Zinetula Bilyaletdinov said through an interpreter Monday he didnt think the injury was serious enough tto keep Datsyuk from playing Thursday against Slovenia. Cheap Nike Roshe Run Mens. The 35-year-old star centre missed over a month with the injury, returning to play less than 15 minutes each in two games for the Detroit Red Wings prior to the Olympic break. Detroit general manager Ken Holland said he understood Datsyuks desire to play in this tournament, adding that he hopes his player and the Russians make the right decisions about his health. wholesale jerseys cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys wholesale jerseys cheap soccer jerseys wholesale jerseys wholesale jerseys cheap nfl jerseys china ' ' '

تاریخ : 28 بهمن 1394 - 17:25 | توسط : miao1234 | بازدید : 1385 | موضوع : وبلاگ | نظر بدهید

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If Buffalo Sabres general manager Tim Murray had to guess, goaltender Ryan Miller would prefer not to wear the only NHL jersey hes ever played in past the March 5 trade deadline. Akiem Hicks Patriots Jersey . Speaking to reporters before the Sabres first game since the Olympic break on Tuesday, Murray said more than two teams, but "less than 10", have inquired about the goaltender and that Miller probably wouldnt mind a fresh start. "I dont think signing here is his first choice at his age, where were at," he said. "Were the 30th-place team." And although Murray says re-signing Miller is realistic, its the clubs current position at the bottom of the standings that appears to be forcing the rookie GMs hand. "Its not the route were looking at right now. The route were looking at is to get value for him," he said. After a 3-2 win over the Carolina Hurricanes in which Miller made 36 saves and had two assists, the goaltender didnt disagree with anything his general manager said. "The things that theyre going to have to do are probably going to come during the trade deadline, and maybe Im one of them," he said. "I dont want to close anything off right now, but I know theyre kind of looking around for opportunity. I think thats probably best for everybody." The 33-year-old was selected by the Sabres in the fifth round (138th overall) of the 1999 NHL Entry Draft. He has been the teams starter for the last nine seasons. Miller is the Sabres all-time leader among goaltenders in games played (540), wins (284) and trails only Dominik Hasek in shutouts (28). His tenure and accomplishments in Buffalo are not lost on Murray when he fields calls from other GMs. "Players that treat you right and have played hard for you over the years, you try to do whats best for them too, as long as it fits into what youre doing," he said. "And by trading Ryan to a contender, a good team that maybe is lacking only his position, I think that weve certainly not done a disservice to him and weve helped the organization in our own right. Our goal, I think from both sides, is to pursue a proper trade." A proper trade, according to Murray in "a perfect world" would give the Sabres young players a few years into their development. Murray says he doesnt necessarily want to start from scratch with draft picks, but that he will if need be. "I dont think teams are going to bend over backwards to make life easier for us, so its going to be the determination to be made on what the best deal is offered and if its draft picks, its draft picks and well turn them into assets and players," he said. Another Sabre that Murray says is attracting a fair bit of attention is captain Steve Ott. Both Miller and Ott are impending unrestricted free agents. Once again, Buffalos dismal record has handcuffed Murray into making a decision on a player he feels could help any team. "The way (Ott) plays the game, the way he conducts himself, thats not the type of player that I want to trade away, thats the type of players I want to bring in, he said. "Its the type of player weve been trying to bring into the teams Ive been with and were not a playoff team so that changes the dynamic, obviously." Murray also confirmed hes had talks with interim head coach Ted Nolan about a contract extension. "Were along that path," Murray said. Nolan took over behind the bench in place of Ron Rolston last November. Chris Jones Jersey . Michael Raffl scored in the first period for Austria, which finished third in its group at 1-2. Austria and Norway both lost to Canada and Finland, who met later in the day to decide the group winner. Duron Harmon Jersey . As Duncan finally starting walking to the bench, with mocking cheers raining down from the stands, Spurs point guard Tony Parker decided it was time for him to take over. Parker capped a 27-point outing with three clutch layups in the final minutes, and the Spurs held on for their fifth straight victory, 101-95 on Monday night.SYDNEY, Australia -- Tiger Woods walked off the golf course to see his name atop the leaderboard Friday in the Australian Open. Even more pleasing to him was the way he got there. With control of his shots and comfortable over the putter, Woods put together his best back-to-back rounds of the year with a 5-under 67 that gave him a one-shot lead going into the weekend at The Lakes. Its the first time he has led a tournament since the third round of the Chevron World Challenge last year, and the first time against a full field since his last win two years ago in the Australian Masters. Woods was tied for the first-round lead at The Barclays last year. "I really played well," Woods said. "Even though I shot 5-under, it felt it could have been 8 or 9 deep." He was at 9-under 135, one shot clear of a familiar name in these parts -- and to Woods. Peter OMalley is a member at The Lakes and birdied his last two holes for a 66. OMalley is memorable to some golf fans in the United States as the No. 64 seed who beat Woods in the opening round of the Match Play Championship at La Costa in 2002. Jason Day, who played alongside Woods, managed to limit the damage from a few wayward shots and had a 68 to finish two behind. Bubba Watson, among eight Americans to came to the Australian Open to get ready for the Presidents Cup next week at Royal Melbourne, birdied his last three holes for a 70 and was three shots behind. "He has more shots in the bag than me right now," Day said. "He hits some shots that made me go, Wow. I feel that I can play a lot of different shots, but some of the shots that guy hits, especially around the greens, are amazing. He is always in control and always composed." Robert Allenby, who has played with Woods many times over the years, saw a game that was starting to look vaguely familiar. "Probably in the last six months, thats the best Ive seen him play," Allenby said. "Ive seen him at his absolute best ... that was a different human being. Hes on his way back, thats for sure. "I think where he is right now is good enough to win. I think youll find if he keeps going the way he is going, hell win over the weekend." Woods has hit plenty of crisp shots, but if there was one that showed an increasing confidence in his swing, it came toward the end of the round on the par-5 eighth. He was in the middle of the fairway, 280 yards from the hole and facing a 24 km/hr wind. His three-wood was pure, a bullet with the slightest fade to skirt a bunker and roll onto the green. "I hit that good," Woods said. "It was a slightly hanging lie and I had to start it at the bunker and just hammer it. It slid about three yards. That was the best shot Ive hit the last couple of days." Woods still didnt take advantage of the aall the par 5s, failing to make birdie on No. Tavon Wilson Patriots Jersey. 11 and No. 17, and having to settle for one when he missed a 10-foot eagle putt on the 14th. And he finally made a bogey on the 30th hole of this tournament with a drive into a dune, and an approach that left him a bad angle to the green. He followed, however, with a 25-foot birdie putt on No. 4 that broke some 6 inches at the end and caused Woods to let out a little emotion, tapping his fist toward the ground. His only other mistake was a stinger 3-iron into the wind on the sixth that turned just enough to catch the sand amid more dunes. Nick Watney faded on the front nine and shot 73, though he remained in the picture at 5-under 139. A large crowd that packed into the knolls and dunes became louder the longer Woods stayed atop the leaderboard, and even some of the tournament officials appeared to get wrapped up in the day. At one point, they had his name spelled simply "Tiger" on a leaderboard. For Woods, it was a strange sight. "It feels good," he said of his name listed first. "It feels good to be there playing properly." Woods repeated that he has been hitting the ball this well in practice at home in south Florida, and based on the other times he has changed swings, he referred to the process of getting confidence in practice and eventually taking it to the golf course. "Thats progress. Thats what happens," he said. "And once it starts coming, the confidence is building." The Americans lost one of their players at the Australian Open when Hunter Mahan withdrew Friday morning because of pain in the back of his right shoulder that wouldnt go away. Rather than risking it, Mahan decided to take a few days of rest. He said he fully expects to be playing next week at Melbourne. The Presidents Cup captains both made the cut. U.S. head Fred Couples shot 74 and was at 3-under, six behind Woods. International team captain Greg Norman also shot 74 and was at 1-over, 10 behind. Woods was among the controversial selections by Couples to the U.S. team, especially because he hasnt won in two years and rarely has put himself in contention. But it was a day like Friday, on the back of the opening round, that made any questions about him look moot. "Its a great pick," Day said. "A few people questioned it. He was not playing that great a couple of months ago, but he has certainly turned it around. I like the way hes playing. I have not played Royal Melbourne for a while, but I think it will be a good setup for him. He has a good short game right now. Overall, his game is looking good for next week." Allenby wound up missing the cut, while defending champion Geoff Ogilvy turned around a sloppy back nine with an eagle on the 17th to at least get to the weekend. wholesale jerseys cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys wholesale jerseys cheap soccer jerseys wholesale jerseys wholesale jerseyscheap nfl jerseys china ' ' '

تاریخ : 28 بهمن 1394 - 15:54 | توسط : miao1234 | بازدید : 19469 | موضوع : وبلاگ | 17 نظر

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ANAHEIM, Calif. Wholesale NHL Jerseys China . - Raul Ibanez has been left off the Kansas City Royals 25-man roster for the AL Division Series.Ibanez wasnt included on the roster submitted Thursday before the series opener against the Los Angeles Angels. The 42-year-old began this season with the Angels, who released him in June.Former Angels reliever Scott Downs and infielder Jayson Nix also were left off the Royals roster, while left-hander Tim Collins made the cut.Los Angeles chose reliever Vinny Pestano over Joe Thatcher, who hasnt pitched well since his return from a sprained left ankle. The Angels also left off left-hander Wade LeBlanc and 40-year-old infielder John McDonald.Versatile Efren Navarro earned a spot as an Angels reserve.The Angels kept 12 pitchers on their roster, while the Royals have 11.Cheap NHL Jerseys . Abbott played one NHL game last season and spent most of 2013-14 with the AHLs Toronto Marlies. Wholesale NHL Jerseys . But Thames surprised his coach -- and most of the 9,602 in attendance -- when he whipped a pass to Dwayne Polee II, who drained a three-pointer with four seconds left to give the Aztecs an improbable come-from-behind 67-65 victory that extended their winning streak to 19 games.Travis Lulay still isnt ready. The BC Lions placed their star quarterback on the one-game injured list Monday, meaning hell be out of action when the Lions open the 2014 season at home against the Edmonton Eskimos. Lulay missed all pre-season action recovering from off-season shoulder surgery. The 30-year-old former Most Outstanding Player missed some time last year with the shoulder injury as well. Vetteran quarterback Kevin Glenn, who the Lions acquired from the Ottawa Redblacks on Draft Day for the first round pick, is expected to get the start for BC. Wholesale NHL Jerseys Online. Lulay wont be the only big name on offence that will miss the teams opener. Star receiver Emmanuel Arceneaux was also placed on the one-game injury list. Arceneaux is recovering from a broken hand suffered in training camp. cheap jerseys cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys Ray Ban Outlet Michael Kors Outlet Michael Kors Sale Cheap Michael Kors ' ' '

تاریخ : 27 بهمن 1394 - 17:03 | توسط : miao1234 | بازدید : 17500 | موضوع : وبلاگ | 13 نظر

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CHARLOTTE, N. Adidas Superstar Supercolor Comprar .C. - President Barack Obama says Michael Jordan should focus on running his NBA franchise rather than criticizing his golf game.Obama responded Monday to Jordans comments that he was a bad golfer by telling Wisconsin radio station WJMR the former NBA star wasnt very well informed about this.Obama says Jordan is a better golfer but added, of course, if I was playing twice a day for the last 15 years, then that might not be the case.Jordan, who says hes never played with Obama, recently told Back9Network hed be willing to play with the president but hes a hack. Man, Id be all day playing with him.In the radio interview, Obama quipped Jordan might want to spend more time thinking about the Bobcats — or maybe the Hornets. New Balance 996 Azul y Dorado . Louis Blues, having added Ryan Miller and Steve Ott from Buffalo, remain the No. New Balance u420 Verde . After beating the ninth-seeded Zhang Shuai of China 6-2, 6-2 on Saturday, Ivanovic described the prospect of winning as a "dream." "Ten years on tour and I never have a title on grass," the 26-year-old Serb said.COLUMBIA, S.C. - Marcus Lattimore feels close to 100 per cent and is counting down the days until he can run free and easy for the San Francisco 49ers. The former South Carolina tailback is back in his home state speaking to church groups and running youth clinics and camps. And through it all, hes got April 21st circled in red — thats when the 49ers open workouts and Lattimore has the green light to run as he did in 2012 before the second of two devastating knee injuries during college. "The left knee, it feels like nothing ever happened," Lattimore told The Associated Press by phone. "The right knee, it feels great. Both feel balanced. Ive got my speed and I rarely get any soreness" after workouts. For Lattimore, thats major progress after facing questions following his injuries while at South Carolina. He was one of the Southeastern Conferences rushing leaders in 2011 when he tore ligaments in his right knee in a game at Mississippi State and missed the Gamecocks final six games. After surgery and a furious rehab regimen and saw him return to the practice field a month ahead of schedule, Lattimore was ready for his junior season. That ended in October against Tennessee when he got hit on his left knee, again needing surgery to repair ligament damage. Lattimore again worked to rehab, not only to get back on the field but to prove to NFL teams he was worth drafting. The 49ers agreed and selected Lattimore in the fourth round last spring and told him not worry about rushing back to play last season. It wasnt easy, but Lattimore understood the patient approach would prove fruitful down the road. "I was just so grateful they believed in what I could do," Lattimore said. Lattimore held a youth football clinic in Charleston this past Saturday and has similar sessions planned for Greenville and Columbia the next few months. Lattimores kept a high profile in South Carolina since heading to the West Coast as a spokesman for several organizations, including a commercial for the South Carolina Education Lottery about playing responsibly. Thesee days, hes promoting South Carolinas First Choice Fit Adolescent Well Visit campaign, which stresses the importance of proper nutrition, exercise and building a relationship with a primary care physician among adolescent first choice Medicaid plan members statewide.Adidas Superstar Supercolor Mujer. . Lattimore said he learned through his injuries about not cutting corners with your health and believes young people who follow that advice will see the benefits throughout their lives. Dr. Marion Burton, medical director for the South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, says the group couldnt have a more well-respected representative than Lattimore. Many health professionals and administrators dont have a way to communicate with adolescents, but "Marcus sure does," Dr. Burton said. Lattimore said it wasnt easy watching from the sidelines while his San Francisco teammates were playing. He bonded the strongest, he says, with other injured players in similar rehab situations. Lattimore says he poured himself into learning coach Jim Harbaughs playbook so hed be as prepared as possible for workouts. "Man, its thick," he joked. Hes spent time with 49ers running back Frank Gore, who returned from college injury to become a five-time Pro Bowl selection in San Francisco. Lattimore says Gore has provided a strong example of how to handle oneself as a pro. Lattimore was nervous about moving so far away from home and small-town life, but his family came out frequently and he learned that San Francisco had its positives, too. "This is a very healthy place," Lattimore says. "People like to eat right and do lots of things to keep fit." Lattimore believes for him thats going full speed so he can contribute to the 49ers quest of getting back to the Super Bowl, where they lost to the Baltimore Ravens after the 2012 season. He says he tells himself all the time to remain patient when hes back in action. "I cant go out there and be Superman the first day," he says. "Once I get back in the groove and take a few hits, Ill be OK." cheap jerseys cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys Ray Ban Outlet Michael Kors Outlet Michael Kors Sale Cheap Michael Kors ' ' '

تاریخ : 27 بهمن 1394 - 15:49 | توسط : miao1234 | بازدید : 15676 | موضوع : وبلاگ | 11 نظر

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TORONTO -- The Toronto Argonauts have extended backup quarterback Trevor Harriss contract through next season. Nike Air Max 90 American Flag . Harris has played in six games since joining the Argos in 2012, completing 17-of-35 passes for 256 yards and one touchdown. "Trevor has been a competitor since he joined our club prior to the 2012 season, and we have been very happy with his development as a professional," Argos general manager Jim Barker said in a release. "We are glad he will remain with our team into the future." The Ohio native played four seasons (2006-09) at Edinboro University. Following college, Harris spent time with the NFLs Jacksonville Jaguars as well as teams in the AFL and UFL. Nike Air Max 90 Femme .Y. -- Sabres coach Ted Nolan will keep building what he started in Buffalo -- minus the interim tag. Nike Air Max 90 Homme . Tillman tossed seven innings of four-hit ball and Baltimore beat the New York Yankees 8-0 Sunday, handing Masahiro Tanaka his second major league loss.LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers were well aware that Lance Lynn was experiencing blister problems on his middle finger. And for two innings, they showed callous disregard for his fastball -- the only pitch the St. Louis Cardinals right-hander could throw without pain. Andre Ethier and three of his Los Angeles teammates hit RBI doubles during a six-run second inning Saturday en route to a 9-1 victory, enabling Zack Greinke to become the third NL pitcher to reach double digits in wins. "I think everyone could see that Lynn was just getting the fastball across," Ethier said. "And when a guy can only do that and isnt having any luck with anything else, I think its a sign for a hitter to look for a straight heater, dead-red, and wait for that pitch over the plate." Greinke (10-4) allowed a run and four hits over seven innings, struck out 10 and did not walk a batter as the Dodgers won for the 11th time in 15 games. The 2009 AL Cy Young Award winner is 13-2 with a 1.98 ERA in 19 starts following a Dodgers loss since signing a $147 million, six-year contract in December 2012. Lynn (8-6) lasted just two innings and was charged with seven runs, nine hits and two wild pitches. He is 2-4 with a 3.90 ERA in six starts since throwing his first professional shutout May 27 and beating the Mets 6-0 with a career-high 126 pitches. "Honestly, I have blister problems every time I start, but I usually dont have them rip off like they did today," Lynn said. "Im missing a lot of the top part of my finger -- the whole tip, pretty much. I think it dried out, coming from Colorado, and it just ripped off. The wetter it got today, the more it kept going back. But thats a part of pitching. You try to get through those things, and I wasnt able to do that." Los Angeles got an unearned run in the first after back-to-back infield hits by Yasiel Puig and Hanley Ramirez, who returned to the lineup after missing four games with a sore right shoulder. Puig went to third on a fielders choice grounder by Adrian Gonzalez and continued home when shortstop Daniel Descalso dropped the ball on the exchange from his glove to his right hand. The Dodgers, who didnt get an extra-base hit in the first two games of this series, broke it open during Lynns 45-pitch second inning with the doubles by Ethier, Justin Turner, A.J. Ellis and Dee Gordon. Gonzalez and Matt Kemp addded two-out RBI singles. Nike Air Max 90 Essential Femme. "If I threw anything else but the fastball, it hurt. It was burning," Lynn said. "But Im a fastball pitcher, anyway, and they were ready for it. I tried to throw some other pitches, but I just didnt have any feel with it." The defending NL West champs sent 11 batters to the plate during their most productive inning of the season -- including Miguel Rojas, who came in as a pinch runner after Turner strained his left hamstring running out his double. "I think we needed a good offensive showing for Zack because of how well hes done for us," Ethier said. "Hes had a couple of tough losses lately, so it was good to put up some early runs for him and let him do his work." Greinke became the first Dodgers pitcher to reach double digits in wins before the All-Star break since 2007, when Brad Penny started 10-1 and finished 16-4. Matt Carpenters third-inning homer accounted for St. Louis run. The defending NL champions tried to get back in the game in the fifth, but Greinke struck out Carpenter with runners at second and third. During the Dodgers big rally, one of Lynns pitches missed Greinkes head by inches after he squared to bunt. Gordon tried to score from second on a wild pitch to Ramirez, as Yadier Molina jogged back to the screen to retrieve it. But the six-time Gold Glove winner got the ball to Lynn in time for the tag on Gordon. "Hes always trying to take the extra base, so youre always aware," Lynn said. "I didnt think that he would do it, but youve always got your eye on him just in case. I dont even know if I would have gotten three outs that inning if it werent for that one." NOTES: Rojas replaced Ramirez at SS in the third inning and Juan Uribe took over at 3B for Turner. Uribe drove in the Dodgers final two runs with a bases-loaded single in the eighth. ... Greinke has made 121 starts since committing his last error on July 16, 2010, for Kansas City. The 11-year veteran has never won a Gold Glove. ... Lynn got a victory in relief against the Dodgers in the opening game of last years NL championship series and won Game 4 in a starting role. ... 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تاریخ : 26 بهمن 1394 - 18:03 | توسط : miao1234 | بازدید : 15850 | موضوع : وبلاگ | 6 نظر

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TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button produces monthly rankings (October-June) of the top players eligible for the NHL Draft. Wes Horton Panthers Jersey . Craigs rankings represent his own individual assessment of where players are slotted in the NHL draft. (Prev. indicates previous ranking on Craigs List - October, 2014) No change at the top with the electrifying Connor McDavid holding down the number one spot and Jack Eichel breathing down his neck. The productivity is astounding for Connor McDavid but the accomplishments of Jack Eichel are no less impressive. Dylan Strome continues to shine in the shadow of his illustrious teammate in Erie. His game is one of all situations, all areas of the game and important contributions throughout. Mitchell Marner a dynamic winger with the London Knights, is burning out the red lights around the OHL. In five games during November, Marner has garnered nine goals and seven assists. A very gifted offensive player, Marner can shoot to thrill or set up a teammate for their own thrill. Dangerous and constantly probing for weakness, he is quick to see opportunity and to take advantage. Outstanding puck handling abilities and a keen sense of where to attack and exploit the opposition allows him to be a constant threat. Ivan Provorov, defenseman with the Brandon Wheat Kings has landed in the top ten. A smart, calm, good skating defenseman who has shown a remarkable ability to shoulder significant responsibility in the defensive and offensive zones. On a very good Wheat Kings team, Provorov has proven to be a significant contributor to the success of the team. Rounding out the top ten is Kyle Connor of the Youngstown Phantoms of the USHL. He becomes the fourth US born player to be in the top ten this month. 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Radovan Bondra (Right Wing) Team (League) Country Birthdate Shot Ht. Wt. Slovakia U-18 SLO 27/01/97 L 65 220 lbs 100. Roman Dymacek (Left Wing) Team (League) Country Birthdate Shot Ht. Wt. Brno (Czech Jr.) CZE 06/01/97 L 61 175 lbs Derek Anderson Jersey . Rosenthal, the St. Louis Cardinals closer, got into a major ninth-inning jam, allowed the Pittsburgh Pirates to draw within a run and then load the bases with none out. Shaq Thompson Jersey .com) - The Arizona Diamondbacks and relief pitcher Matt Reynolds have agreed to terms on a one-year contract that includes an option for 2015, the team announced Tuesday.CLEVELAND -- New Cleveland Browns coach Mike Pettine has his play caller. Kyle Shanahan was hired as offensive co-ordinator Monday after spending the previous four years in the same role with the Washington Redskins. Pettine, hired Jan. 23 to replace Rob Chudzinski, is in his first job as an NFL head coach. His experience is as a defensive assistant, so he will rely heavily on Shanahan, whos been a co-ordinator for the last six seasons and has 10 years as an NFL assistant. An experienced co-ordinator is crucial as Cleveland tries to turn around its fortunes. The Browns, who had four offensive players in the Pro Bowl, are expected to select a quarterback early in Mays draft and Shanahan will have a hand in his development. Shanahan, 34, got his first job as a co-ordinator in 2008 when he was hired by Houston at 28 years old. After two seasons there, he joined his father, Mike, head coach of the Washington Redskins. Both Shanahans spent four seasons with Washington before being fired Dec. 30 after a 3-13 season. They also clashed with quarterback Robert Griffin III. But Kyle Shanahan brings a strong resume to the Browns. His offences have ranked in the top 10 in the NFL in yardage four of his six seasons as a co-ordinator, includinng the last two in Washington. Michael Oher Jersey. Shanahan ran a version of the West Coast Offense, incorporating the pistol formation and read option, and the Redskins in 2012 became the first team in NFL history to pass for 3,400 yards and rush for 2,700. They led the league in yards per play (6.17), won the rushing title and Griffin set league rookie records for passer rating (102.4), interception percentage (1.27) and rushing yards by a quarterback (815). The record slipped in 2013, but the Redskins ranked ninth in total yards per game (369.7) and fifth in rushing (135.3). Receiver Pierre Garcon set a franchise record and led the NFL with 113 receptions. The Browns interviewed Raiders quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo on Thursday. Shanahan replaces veteran co-ordinator and three-time head coach Norv Turner. The Browns allowed him to explore other jobs after Chudzinski was fired, and Turner was hired as co-ordinator by new Vikings coach Mike Zimmer. The Cleveland offence ranked 27th in scoring (19.3 points per game), 18th in total yardage (338.9), 11th passing (252.5) and tied for 27th rushing (86.4). Last week, Pettine hired Jim ONeil as defensive co-ordinator and retained special teams co-ordinator Chris Tabor. cheap jerseys cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys Ray Ban Outlet Michael Kors Outlet Michael Kors Sale Cheap Michael Kors ' ' '

تاریخ : 26 بهمن 1394 - 18:03 | توسط : miao1234 | بازدید : 15326 | موضوع : وبلاگ | 9 نظر

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Denver, CO (SportsNetwork. Nike Air Max 2016 Damen Outlet .com) - Nate Robinson had 20 points to lead seven Denver scorers in double figures and the Nuggets held on for a 109-106 win over the Los Angeles Clippers on Friday night. Jamal Crawford and J.J. Redick both missed 3-pointers during a Clippers flurry in the final seconds after Blake Griffin missed a free throw on purpose with 12.6 ticks left. Wilson Chandler added 16 points and Kenneth Faried scored 14 for the Nuggets, who snapped a three-game losing streak and won for only the second time in their last nine. Griffin had 32 points and 12 rebounds to lead Los Angeles, Jamal Crawford scored 20 off the bench and Chris Paul added 17 points and 15 assists. Clippers players were whistled for five technical fouls, including four in the fourth quarter. They are 2-3 since a nine-game winning streak. Adidas Rot Schuhe . On the day Louis van Gaal announced his final 23-man squad for Brazil, the Netherlands coach looked to have picked his strongest side for the match at Feyenoords De Kuip stadium, with the vastly experienced striking partnership of Van Persie and Arjen Robben fed by playmaker Wesley Sneijder. Nike Flyknit Racer Damen .com) - The third-ranked Virginia Cavaliers will close out their non-conference slate on Tuesday evening, as they play host to the Davidson Wildcats at the John Paul Jones Arena. FORTALEZA, Brazil -- Miroslav Klose rescued a point for Germany, and equaled the World Cup scoring record in the process. Germany was held to an entertaining 2-2 draw by Ghana on Saturday and needed Kloses second-half equalizer to avoid another second-game letdown that has plagued the team in recent tournaments. Klose now has 15 career World Cup goals, equaling the mark set by former Brazil star Ronaldo. He celebrated the goal with his trademark somersault. "It wasnt perfect, but I cant remember the last time I did it," Klose said. "Still, 15 goals in 20 matches, thats not bad." Just like in 2010, Germany won its opening game of the World Cup 4-0 but struggled in its second game. Four years ago, it was beaten 1-0 by Serbia, and the Germans were on the verge of losing again on Saturday. The draw was good news for the United States, however, as the Americans would advance from the group if they beats Portugal on Sunday. "Ghana really threw everything they had at us. It was a very animated match. Both teams had many chances, and many counterattacks," Germany coach Joachim Loew said. "Thats not how the match was planned, but thats how it turned out." Klose scored the equalizer in the 71st minute, less than two minutes after coming on as a substitute, when a corner by Toni Kroos was flicked to the far post by Benedikt Hoewedes and the striker slid in to knock the ball into the roof of the net. Ronaldo reacted with a tweet: "Welcome to the club (hashtag)klose. I can imagine your happiness!!!! What a great Cup!!!?" Mario Goetze had put Germany ahead in the 51st, but Ghana equalized three minutes later through Andre Ayew. Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan then put the Africans ahead in the 63rd, only to see Klose cancel out his goal. The 36-year-old Klose is in his fourth World Cup and had been level with former Germany striker Gerd Mueller on 14 goals. Ronaldo also scored his 15th against Ghana, in a 3-0 win in 2006 in Germany. With coach Joachim Loew preferring to play with a "false nine" system without a striker, Klose sat out Germanys opening 4-0 rout of Portugal. But with Ghana threatening to put a damper on Germanys hope of winning the group, Loew turned to his veteran, who delivered again. "I am very happy for Klose. He was on the pitch for two minutes and he scored. Its sensational for his career," Loew said. "He is a player who can come on and have a decisive impact. Thats great for me, for the team, and for him." Still, the result revived Ghanas hopes of progressing aftter its opening 2-1 loss to the United States. Nike Air Max 2016 Damen. "It was a good competitive game. We did our best and we had many other chances that could have produced goals," Ghana coach James Appiah said. "Ghanaians have a strong mentality when it comes to football, to fight to the end to matter what is happening. Playing against Germany is difficult especially when you are a goal down. So you have to have the right players with the right mentality on the pitch." Germany took the lead when Thomas Mueller sent a dipping cross toward Goetze, who attempted a header but the ball bounced off his left knee into the net. Germanys lead lasted only three minutes. Ayew rose between Per Mertesacker and Shkodran Mustafi to head the equalizer inside the far post from a cross from Harrison Affu. With the non-German side of crowd loudly behind the Ghana team, the African side kept putting pressure on the favoured Germans. Gyan beat an offside trap by Mats Hummels and Mertesacker in the 63rd, ran into space and fired the ball past goalkeeper Manuel Neuer into the far corner to raise Ghanas hopes of an upset. In between the first two goals, a fan ran onto the pitch waving his shirt. He did not threaten any players but shook hands with Ghanas Sully Muntari, who escorted him off the field before he was picked up by a security official. Ushers then moved to block stairwells leading to the pitch. Both teams had late chances to grab the winner but Neuer and his Ghana counterpart Fatawu Dauda produced good saves. Muntari picked up a late yellow card late in the match for his second booking and will miss his teams final group game against Portugal. Schalke forward Kevin-Prince Boateng played from the start for Ghana, pitting him against half-brother Jerome Boateng, a Germany defender. There was little contact between the two and Jerome was substituted at halftime with a hip injury. Mueller, who scored a hat trick against Portugal, had to be helped off the pitch after the match with a bloodied face after colliding with John Boye. -------- Lineups: Germany: Manuel Neuer; Jerome Boateng (Shkodran Mustafi, 46th), Per Mertesacker, Mats Hummels, Benedikt Howedes; Sami Khedira (Bastian Schweinsteiger, 70th), Philipp Lahm, Toni Kroos, Mesut Ozil; Thomas Muller, Mario Gotze (Miroslav Klose, 69th). Ghana: Fatau Dauda; Harrison Afful, John Boye, Jonathan Mensah; Kwadwo Asamoah, Sulley Muntari, Mohammed Rabiu (Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu, 78th), Christian Atsu (Mubarak Wakaso, 72nd), Andre Ayew; Kevin-Prince Boateng (Jordan Ayew, 52nd), Asamoah Gyan. cheap jerseys cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys Ray Ban Outlet Michael Kors Outlet Michael Kors Sale Cheap Michael Kors ' ' '

تاریخ : 26 بهمن 1394 - 17:30 | توسط : miao1234 | بازدید : 1442 | موضوع : وبلاگ | نظر بدهید

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WIMBLEDON -- Canadas Aleksandra Wozniak has qualified for the main draw at Wimbledon with a 6-4, 6-3 win over American Melanie Oudin. Nike Air Max 90 Baratas Hombre. Wozniak, from Blainville, Que., jumped out to a 3-0 lead on Thursday only to see Oudin draw level. The Canadian later broke Oudins serve to take the first set. The world No. 118 carried the momentum into the second set to qualify for her second consecutive Grand Slam main draw. "This match was important for me psychologically," Wozniak said. "I played well and I did what I had to do to qualify for Wimbledon. It feels good to play a lot of matches, it helps to polish my game." Wozniak joins No. 13 seed Eugenie Bouchard of Westmount, Que., and unseeded Sharon Fichman of Toronto in the womens draw. Milos Raonic of Thornhill, Ont., (No. 8) and Vancouvers Vasek Pospisil (No. 31) are in the mens singles draw. The 26-year-old Wozniak also advanced to the main draw of the French Open, where she lost to Romanias Sorana Cirstea in the first round. Wozniak had lost her two previous meetings against Oudin. They were scheduled to play at the Bell Challenge in 2012, but Wozniak was unable to start the match because of a shoulder injury. She will now get at least three days off before her first-round match. The draw for the singles matches will be made Friday and first-round play is scheduled to begin Monday. Pospisil was originally unseeded but moved into the No. 31 spot when Nicolas Almagro of Spain withdrew because of a left foot injury. Almagro was given the No. 25 seed when the list of 32 seeded players was released earlier this week. Players below him all moved up one position except for Russias Dmitry Tursunov, who remained at No. 32. Tournament organizers consider player rankings and previous grass-court results over the last two years when determining the seeding, which is why Pospisil was given a higher seed than Tursunov. Torontos Daniel Nestor and Serbian partner Nenad Zimonjic are seeded third in the mens doubles draw. Frank Dancevic of Niagara Falls, Ont., did not qualify after dropping a 2-6, 6-2, 6-1, 6-4 decision to Taiwans Jimmy Wang. Nike Roshe Run Suede Mujer . Neither had anyone else. Aided by a bizarre play in which Cleveland runner David Murphy was fooled by a second ball on the field and tagged out, Cincinnati defeated the Indians 9-2 on Tuesday night. Comprar Nike Cortez España . The closer it got to tipoff against the Milwaukee Bucks, the harder that became. "I was nervous in the beginning because Im not used to being on the other side," Jennings said.MADISON, Wis. -- Ben Brust scored 19 points to lead six Wisconsin players in double figures as the No. 12 Badgers beat Bowling Green 88-64 on Thursday night. Frank Kaminsky and Sam Dekker added 14 apiece for Wisconsin (5-0). Traevon Jackson had 13, Josh Gasser 11 and Bronson Koenig 10. Spencer Parker led Bowling Green (1-2) with 17 points, and Jehvon Clarke added 15. Wisconsin took control a little more than midway through the first half. With the Badgers up 23-22, Dekker started a 16-4 run by converting a three-point play and then Wisconsin began to hit from outside. Jackson, Brust and Duje Dukan each made a 3-pointer during the spurt. Brust added another 3 before the half was over, and Wisconsin went into the break up 44-28. It was another up-tempo offensive performance for Wisconsin, which has had a reputation as a grind-it-out team during coach Bo Ryans tenure. After averaging 65 points a game last year, the Badgers are now scoring 81 a game in the early going this season. The Badgers also are giving up more points than Ryan is used to, surrenderiing almost 69 points a game after holding opponents to less than 56 a season ago. Nike Roshe Run Baratas España. Wisconsin took control a little more than midway through the first half. Up 23-22, Dekker started a 16-4 run by converting a three-point play, and the Badgers began to hit from outside. Jackson, Brust and Duje Dukan each hit a 3 in the run. Brust added another 3 before the half was over, and Wisconsin went into the break up 44-28. With the Badgers starting to run away with the game in the second half, Bowling Green went to a full-court press that at least slowed Wisconsin down temporarily. The Falcons were able to cut a 24-point deficit down to as little as 14. But going to the press also came at a price as Bowling Green started racking up fouls and sending Wisconsin to the foul line. Guard JD Tisdale was whistled for his fourth with just more than eight minutes to go, and Parker picked up his fourth 30 seconds later. Tisdale was called for his fifth with more than 6 minutes to go, and Bowling Green got away from the press in the final minutes. cheap jerseys cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys Ray Ban Outlet Michael Kors Outlet Michael Kors Sale Cheap Michael Kors ' ' '

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Darren Clarke found reason to celebrate

The Montreal Alouettes signed defensive tackle Michael Klassen to a new two-year deal Friday. Nike Free Flyknit Blanche . Klassen played in just 10 games this season but finished with 13 tackles and three sacks. Klassen, a fourth-round draft pick in 2013, had 12 tackles and one sack in his rookie year. Michael has a high ceiling. He has continued to grow at a rapid pace, just like he did from start to finish during his last season of CIS football, Alouettes General Manager Jim Popp said in a team statement. He was having a great 2014 season before the season ending injury. He possesses a great work ethic and is an excellent teammate. Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit Promo .500 and doesnt want the Wizards to be either. At 25-25, Washington is on track for its first playoff berth in six years. Nike Free Bleu Turquoise . He made the comment at a media availability Saturday prior to Game 2 of the Boston-Montreal playoff series when a Quebec reporter said there is sentiment in Quebec that the NHL looks more favourably on Seattle than Quebec City when it comes to future expansion.JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Carl Pettersson was runner-up at both the Sony Open and Houston Open before he cashed in last week with a win at Hilton Head. Three high finishes would be enough to put him at No. 10 in the Ryder Cup standings, except for one small problem. The Swede is not eligible for Ryder Cup points. "You have to be a member of the European Tour, which Im not," Pettersson said Tuesday. That was not an oversight. Pettersson has lived in America since he was a teenager, and last year became a U.S. citizen. He lives in North Carolina with his wife and two children, who are about to turn 5 and 8. He feels this is a key time to be at home instead of travelling the world to meet the minimum 13 tournaments to be a European Tour member. "Its too hard to play two tours at once," Pettersson said. "Its hard to compete on one, let alone two. Ive seen others try to do two. Its very difficult. Luke Donald did it last year. I know its a Ryder Cup year. But if Im playing well, maybe theyll take me." Donald became the first player to win the money title on both tours last year. For most members of both tours, they have the advantage of eight tournaments that count toward both -- four majors and four World Golf Championships. Until he won last week, Pettersson wasnt eligible for any of them. "With a wife and two kids ... before this win, I wasnt in any of the majors, maybe the PGA," he said. "To play 13 over there, Im quite happy playing the PGA Tour." Pettersson, known as the "Swedish Redneck" for his European heritage and Southern home, has played outside the United States just twice in the last two years -- both times at the Asia Pacific Classic in Malaysia, an unofficial PGA Tour event. He last played a full European Tour schedule in 2002. "I understand why the European Tour does make you be a member. Its a bargaining tool to get top players back to Europe," Pettersson said. In the meantime, Pettersson can gear up for the majors. The Masters was the only major he played last year. His win at Hilton Head made him eligible for the PGA Championship and the Masters next year. He is No. 35 in the world and must stay in the top 60 for the U.S. Open and top 50 for the British Open over the next five weeks. ------ STOCKTON Honoured: Two-time PGA champion Dave Stockton has been selected for the PGA Distinguished Service Award, the highest honour from the PGA of America. And its only fitting where he will receive the award -- Kiawah Island. Along with his two majors and 10 wins on the PGA Tour, he was U.S. Ryder Cup captain in 1991 at Kiawah Island, a watershed moment for the intensity of the matches. It became known as the "War on the Shore," and the Americans won back the cup when Bernhard Langer missed a 6-foot putt on the final hole. Along with his achievements on the course, Stockton has become known as a putting guru, employed by the likes of Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy. "Im very excited about this honour, which is totally unexpected," Stockton said. "My first thought was, Why me? I have been fortunate to have many good things happen to me in golf, with the biggest honour serving as Ryder Cup captain. I believed in giving back through golf. I had a gift as a motivational speaker and used it to help others. "I have tried helping people gain a better understanding about what golf can do to help them feel better abbout themselves. Nike Free 5.0 v4 Homme. " ------ WATSON ON BUBBA: That other Watson to win at Augusta National -- Tom Watson -- heard something on the eve of the Masters that impressed him about Bubba Watson. It was the sound of the ball coming off his wedge. "I practiced my chipping on Wednesday and he came up. We were 10 feet from each other, and I noticed every chip shot he hit was absolutely, dead solid perfect," Watson said. "I mean, dead solid. In my ear, you can hear it." The eight-time major champion said Bubba Watson had a "swing for the ages," though he would not call it a classic golf swing. "The purpose of the golf game is to get results," Watson said. "My dad always said, Beware of the guy who comes out on the first tee and hes got a terrible grip and a terrible golf swing. If hes in that tournament with you, theres a good chance he knows how to play with that type swing. "And Bubba is that type of person." ------ HANSON STATUS: Unless he wins on the PGA Tour, Peter Hanson will have to sit out the FedEx Cup playoffs this year because he is not a member. But he can bank on a full tour card for next year. Even though he closed with a 73 and tied for third at the Masters, the Swede earned $384,000. That pushed his earnings for the year to just over $1 million, assuring that he will be at least the equivalent of No. 125 on the money list. Hanson is at No. 24 in the world ranking. ------ CLARKE MARRIES: Darren Clarke found reason to celebrate this year, at least off the golf course. Three days after the Masters ended, the British Open champion married Alison Campbell in a private ceremony on the beach at Abaco in the Bahamas, where they have a home. Former U.S. Open champion Graeme McDowell introduced them in 2009, and the couple became engaged before Christmas. The wedding party included Clarkes two sons, both sets of parents, agent Chubby Chandler and McDowell. A short honeymoon was planned for Abaco. Clarke, who has missed the cut in four of his seven tournaments this year, gets back to work next week at the Ballantines Championship in South Korea. His wife returns to Northern Ireland to run her model agency. ------ DIVOTS: Hawaii has added another tournament on the Champions Tour. The Pacific Links Hawaii Championship will be played Sept. 13-16 at Kapolei Golf Course on Oahu. That gives the Aloha State five events on the PGA Tour, LPGA Tour and Champions Tour. ... The Presidents Cup raised $4.5 million for charity, which will be distributed to organizations selected by the 30 players, captains and assistant captains. The PGA Tour said more than $27 million has been generated for charity since the event began in 1994. ... Ping decided to increase its contribution from the sale of 5,000 pink G20 drivers to $50 per club, ensuring a $250,000 donation toward Bubba Watsons goal of raising $1 million for charity in 2012. ... There already have been 22 aces in 17 events on the PGA Tour. A year ago, there were 23 all season. ------ STAT OF THE WEEK: Since winning the U.S. Open last year by eight shots, Rory McIlroy has finished a combined 46 shots out of the lead at his next three majors. ------ FINAL WORD: "His golf game and his golf swing looks pretty similar to what Ive been looking at. And he hits a lot of great shots. But you never know whats going on in somebodys head." -- Jack Nicklaus on Tiger Woods. cheap jerseys cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys Ray Ban Outlet Michael Kors Outlet Michael Kors Sale Cheap Michael Kors ' ' '

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