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    导出博客文章LONDON, Ont. Carlos Hyde Jersey . - Owen MacDonald scored twice to lead the London Knights to their fifth straight victory, 5-2 over the Peterborough Petes in Ontario Hockey League action on Sunday.Christian Dvorak had a power-play goal and two assists for the Knights (20-10-2), who outshot their opponents 45-32. Michael McCarron and Mitchell Marner rounded out the London offence.Josh MacDonald opened the scoring, putting the Petes (10-16-4) on the board at 7:58 of the first period. Jonathan Ang added the other Petes goal.Knights goaltender Tyler Parsons made 30 saves in the victory. Peterboroughs Scott Smith stopped 40 shots in the losing effort.London was 1 for 2 on the power play while the Petes failed to take advantage of three man-advantage situations.---COLTS 6 STEELHEADS 1MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Roy Radke led the charge with two goals and an assist as Barrie downed the Steelheads.Garrett Hooey scored one goal and helped on two more for the Colts (16-11-2), who extended their winning streak to five games. Kevin Labanc, Andrew Mangiapane and Joseph Blandisi also scored.Lucas Venuto had the lone goal for Mississauga (14-15-1).---BATTALION 2 FRONTENACS 1 (OT)NORTH BAY, Ont. — Mike Amadio scored a power-play goal 3:50 into overtime to lead the Battalion over Kingston.Zach Poirier also scored for North Bay (16-8-6).Conor McGlynn replied for the Frontenacs (13-12-4) with a short-handed goal at 16:17 of the second period.---GREYHOUNDS 6 SPITFIRES 4SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. — Blake Speers scored three goals and Bryan Moore had two goals and an assist as the Greyhounds topped Windsor for their fifth-straight win.Jared McCann scored one goal and helped on another for Sault Ste. Marie (24-6-2) while Sergey Tolchinsky tacked on three assists.Slater Doggett scored on a penalty shot for the Spitfires (11-18-1). Trevor Murphy, Ryan Foss, and Ryan Moore supplied the rest of the offence.---GENERALS 3 STORM 2GUELPH, Ont. — Aidan Wallace scored the eventual winner at 2:25 of the third period and Oshawa staved off a late comeback to edge the Storm.Joe Manchurek and Sam Harding also scored for the league-best Generals (25-4-1), who led 3-0 before conceding two Guelph goals.Luke Cairns and Pius Suter found the back of the net for the Storm (19-11-1) and assisted on each others goals.--- Antonio Callaway Browns Jersey . A fully booked flight forced me to leave two hours later.  After a nice meal in which I studied the stats of the Argo win, I prepared to leave the restaurant. As I was gathering my things to leave many large individuals began to walk up and wait for tables. T. J. Carrie Jersey . Jamies number grades given are out of five, with five being the best mark. Marc-Andre Fleury, Pittsburgh Penguins (5) – He was locked in all night, made huge stops on Benoit Pouliot, Raphael Diaz, Ryan Mcdonagh, Carl Hagelin, Rick Nash (twice) but none better than the three saves on Mats Zuccarello.HARRISON, N.J. -- Toronto FC were a minute away from a big road victory against a team close to them in the standings before a veteran just back from the World Cup helped steal away what seemed a sure three points. Red Bulls midfielder Tim Cahill, who scored twice for Australia in Brazil just a week ago, knocked a header at the feet of New Yorks Bradley Wright-Phillips in the 93rd minute to beat Toronto goalkeeper Joe Bendik for a 2-2 draw Friday. The result left an often dominant Toronto (6-4-2) club with just a point in its first match following a league-wide World Cup break. "Im disappointed that we didnt hold out, disappointed that I couldnt make that last save. I thought we were the far better team the entire game," Bendik said. While New York (4-5-7) held a slight edge in possession, Toronto outshot the Red Bulls 20-14 with a 7-6 advantage in shots on target despite still missing midfielder Michael Bradley to the World Cup. Toronto manager Ryan Nelsen felt it was a match they could learn from and a sign they were gaining momentum after an opening three months that saw them play the fewest league games in Major League Soccer. "We had a couple of weeks (during the break) and sort of benefited off that," Nelsen said. "Guys are staying a bit healthier, and hopefully we can just keep on it." Despite a quality first half, Toronto trailed heading into halftime as Peguy Luyindula headed a cross from Ambroise Oyongo past a diving Bendik to make it 1-0 in the 36th minute. The Reds jumped out to their best period of the game to begin the second half, as Jermain Defoe beat New Yorks Carlos Robles against the grain to even the score in the 55th minute. The goal is Defoes eighth in nine league matches. Toronto made aa sub designed on going for at least a draw by bringing on Brazilian designated player Gilberto, who had been scoreless in nine previous matches. E.J. Gaines Browns Jersey. In the 72nd minute, after a dispute with Defoe over who would take a free kick from inside 25 yards, stutter stepped before cracking an unstoppable shot to the top right corner of the goal that froze everyone on the pitch, save for a helpless, diving Robles. "Sometimes you just get a feeling," said Nelsen, addressing the moments leading up to the kick between his two international stars. "I think Gil had a feeling he was going to do something, and players understand that. (That goal) will be shown around the world, for a long time." Defoe admitted he was fine with the decision in the end. "Yeah, it was meant (to be). In football, youre confident, and when he stepped up, I had that feeling that he was going to score. You can see from the celebrations, Im so happy for him." Gilberto eventually left the game in the 89th minute with what Nelson called a hip problem. Toronto were unable to fend off a desperate New York team that remained one point behind them for fourth place in the Eastern Conference standings, with a somewhat surprise substitution of Cahill for the goal-scorer Luyindula. New York head coach Mike Petke admitted that hed had no plans to use Cahill in any serious role prior to the team going down a goal. "I was hoping to bring Tim on in the 88th minute, up 3-0, so the fans could clap him for the wonderful World Cup he had," Petke said. "Obviously things change, with the score, with the way the game went. We felt, to bring Tim on for 20 minutes, perhaps something could happen, and obviously it did in the end." Wholesale Throwback Jerseys Youth NFL Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Online Cheap NFL Womens Jerseys Discount Jerseys NFL Jerseys Wholesale ' ' '
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