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PORTLAND, Ore. Nike Roshe One Zwart . -- Brendan Burke stopped 32 shots and Oliver Bjorkstrand had a pair of goals as the Portland Winterhawks blanked the visiting Spokane Chiefs 6-0 on Friday in Western Hockey League action. Brendan Leipsic, Paul Bittner, Adam De Champlain and Keegan Iverson also scored for the Winterhawks (35-12-5), who improved to 10-0-1 in their last 11 contests, while Nicolas Petan and Taylor Leier chipped in with two assists apiece. Defencemen Jeremy McIntosh and Cole Wedman were each a team-worst minus-3 for the Chiefs (31-16-4). Eric Williams started in net for Spokane, but was pulled after allowing four goals on 22 shots. Garret Hughson replaced Williams to start the third period and stopped 9-of-11 shots in relief. Portland went 3 for 6 on the power play while the Chiefs failed to score on either of their chances with the man advantage. --- COUGARS 2 WARRIORS 1 MOOSE JAW, Sask. -- Ty Edmonds stopped 21 shots as Prince George handed the Warriors their eighth loss in a row. Todd Fiddler scored the eventual winner for the Cougars (21-26-7) at 11:30 of the third period while also picking up an assist on Marc McNultys first period goal. Josh Uhrich scored the lone goal for Moose Jaw (13-30-8). Justin Paulic turned away 23-of-25 shots for the Warriors. --- PATS 6 BLADES 0 REGINA -- Chandler Stephenson scored twice as the Pats used a four-goal second period to down Saskatoon. Dryden Hunt had a goal and two assists for Regina (26-21-5) while Daniel Wapple only had to make 16 saves for his third-career shutout. Kyle Burroughs, Logan McVeigh and Connor Gay also scored for the Pats. Troy Trombley stopped 41-of-47 shots for the Blades (14-35-4). --- BRONCOS 4 TIGERS 3 SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. -- Graham Black scored three times and Julius Honka chipped in with two assists as the Broncos slipped past Medicine Hat. Dillon Heatherington had a goal and an assist for Swift Current (26-18-8) while Eetu Laurikainen made 30 saves for the win. Cole Sanford had a pair of goals for the Tigers (29-18-3) and Alex Mowbray scored once. Medicine Hats Marek Langhamer turned aside 34-of-38 shots in defeat. --- HITMEN 7 WHEAT KINGS 4 CALGARY -- Brady Brassart, Greg Chase and Ben Thomas each had a goal and an assist as the Hitmen downed Brandon to halt a three-game slide. Chase Lang, Jake Virtanen, Connor Rankin and Adam Tambellini also scored for Calgary (32-13-6). Ryley Lindgren scored once and set up two more for the Wheat Kings (26-19-6) and Eric Roy, Jayce Hawryluk and Quinton Lisoway had a goal apiece. Chris Driedger made 27 saves for the Hitmen as Brandons Curtis Honey stopped 35-of-42 shots in defeat. --- OIL KINGS 3 AMERICANS 1 EDMONTON -- Tristan Jarry made 28 saves as the Oil Kings extended their win streak to seven games by downing Tri-City. Curtis Lazar and Lane Bauer scored 47 seconds apart in the second period to put Edmonton (36-13-1) ahead for good, and Aaron Irving added one more late in the period. Brian Williams ruined Jarrys shutout bid when he scored at 19:33 of the third period. Eric Comrie stopped 35-of-38 shots for the Americans (25-22-5). --- ICE 4 RAIDERS 1 CRANBROOK, B.C. -- Luke Philp and Zach Franko each had a goal and an assist as Kootenay toppled Prince Albert. Tim Bozon and Zak Zoborosky also scored for the Ice (26-21-4) while Rinat Valiev and Jagger Dirk tacked on two assists apiece. Dakota Conroy scored the lone goal for the Raiders (23-25-3). Kootenays Mackenzie Skapski made 30 saves for the win as Prince Alberts Cole Cheveldave kicked out 29-of-32 shots in a losing cause. --- HURRICANES 6 REBELS 5 (SO) RED DEER, Alta. -- Kolten Olynek scored once in regulation and then the shootout winner as Lethbridge snapped the Rebels five-game win streak. Reid Duke had two goals and an assist for the Hurricanes (10-38-5) while Carter Folk and Nick Walters added the others. Jamal Watson and Riley Sheen each had two assists. Brooks Maxwell had a pair of goals for Red Deer (27-21-2) and Nick Charif, Presten Kopeck and Rhyse Dieno each scored once. Jonny Hogue made 36 saves for Lethbridge as Patrik Bartosak stopped 28-of-33 shots for Red Deer. --- ROCKETS 4 BLAZERS 2 KAMLOOPS, B.C. -- Jackson Whistle stopped 36-of-38 shots as Kelowna doubled up the Blazers. Justin Kirkland and Myles Bell each had two goals and an assist for the Rockets (41-7-3) while Madison Bowey tacked on two assists. Cole Ully scored both goals for Kamloops (11-36-5), which dropped its fifth straight game. Bolton Pouliot turned away 30-of-34 shots for the Blazers. --- GIANTS 5 ROYALS 4 (SO) VICTORIA -- Cain Franson scored once in regulation and then added the shootout winner as Vancouver halted the Royals three-game win streak. Thomas Foster, Tim Traber and Dalton Sward also scored for the Giants (26-19-8) while Joel Hamilton had two assists. Logan Nelson scored twice for Victoria (33-16-3) and Steven Hodges and Brandon Magee had a goal and an assist each. Vancouvers Payton Lee made 28 saves for the win. Patrik Polivka turned away 26-of-30 shots for the Royals. --- THUNDERBIRDS 2 SILVERTIPS 1 EVERETT, Wash. -- Taran Kozun turned aside 24 shots as Seattle held on to hand the Silvertips their sixth straight loss. Ryan Gropp and Mathew Barzal each had a goal and an assist for the Thunderbirds (32-15-5). Everett (25-19-8) got its lone goal from Joshua Winquist. Daniel Cotton stopped 22-of-24 shots for the Silvertips. Nike Roshe One Uitverkoop . - Myles Bell scored twice, including 2:24 into overtime, as the Kelowna Rockets came from behind to defeat the host Brandon Wheat Kings 6-5 on Friday in Western Hockey League play. Nike Roshe Run Flyknit Dames .J. -- David Garrard slipped on a black T-shirt before he walked over to his new spot in the New York Jets locker room, and the words printed in green on front said it all. ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Nobody had beaten the Anaheim Ducks at home all season long, and they had another late lead until Jaromir Jagr got the New Jersey Devils to overtime. From there, the Ducks beat themselves. Jagr scored the tying goal with 1:01 left in regulation, and the Devils ended Anaheims eight-game home winning streak with a 4-3 victory on Wednesday night. Travis Zajac got credit for the winning goal at 1:58 of overtime, but the Ducks put it in their own net -- a fitting finish to what coach Bruce Boudreau saw as a tentative, reactionary effort. The Devils felt they got the reward they deserved for a gritty finish in the opener of a three-game California trip. "We knew we had to play better to give ourselves a chance, so we had to come out strong in the third period," Zajac said. "We started to win some forecheck battles and stuck with it right to the end. We got rewarded late in the game on Jagrs goal. It was kind of a lucky one there." After Jagr converted Patrik Elias pass from behind the net, with Martin Brodeur pulled for an extra attacker, New Jersey got even more luck on the winner. Ben Lovejoy hit teammate Corey Perry with the puck while attempting to clear the crease, and it caromed past Jonas Hiller to end the longest season-opening home winning streak in Anaheim history. "Thats obviously an incredibly unfortunate ending," Lovejoy said. "Thats a game we need. Were an incredibly desperate team, even though were still all right in the standings." With four wins in five games capped by this impressive comeback, the Devils are starting to feel better about their 8-8-5 spot in the standings. Moments after Brodeur made an exceptional save on Mathieu Perreaults attempt at an overtime goal, the Devils were rewarded with a gift from Lovejoy and Perry. "It was nice to pull it off because we worked very hard and we battled," said Brodeur, who stopped 22 shots. "When you win, you always look at these kinds of saves. Sometimes the games are ugly, and if you make one save like that, it makes the difference." Elias had three assists, and Marek Zidlicky and Eric Gelinas scored power-play goals in the first period after an incorrect high-sticking double minor call against Teemu Selanne. "I think the schedule worked to our advantage tonight," said Jagr, who scored his 689th NHL goal. &quoot;They had to travel last night, and we had one extra day of rest here. Nike Dunk Sky High Kopen. Maybe in the third period it showed. But theyre one of the best teams in the league -- maybe the best team -- so thats a huge two points for us." Ryan Getzlaf scored the tiebreaking power-play goal, and Nick Bonino had a goal and an assist for the NHL-leading Ducks, who have lost five straight. Anaheim was the leagues only remaining unbeaten home team, but the Ducks are in a skid after playing a league-high 24 games this season. Matt Beleskey also scored for the Ducks, still on top of the overall NHL standings despite going 0-3-2 in their last five. Hiller made 21 saves in just his second start in seven games. Boudreau bemoaned his clubs soft third-period effort, a creeping problem in recent days. "Thats all I talked about (in) the previous two games," Boudreau said. "We played not to lose in the third period. You cant play the game in your own zone and expect to win. ... I dont even call it a mistake (on the final goal). It was an accident. Thats the way the game was going. We missed two open nets. You knew something bad was going to happen." Dustin Penner had two assists for the Ducks, who stumbled home to friendly Honda Center after a winless four-game East Coast road trip. Anaheim also lost defenceman Francois Beauchemin in the second period to an upper-body injury. "We need to respond to this," Lovejoy said. "Were not playing great hockey right now. We want to be an elite team in this league, and were not playing like it." Until the big finish, New Jersey got all of its offence on a break from a blown call. Devils defenceman Andy Greene was left with a bloody mouth after a high-stick to the face, and Selanne was whistled for a double minor -- but a video replay clearly showed Zidlicky hit his teammate in the face while tussling with Perreault. Selannes stick was on the ice. Bonino tied it with his career-best sixth goal, and Getzlaf put the Ducks ahead with a vicious slap shot for the 12th goal of his stellar season. NOTES: After the game, Anaheim hired former Edmonton GM Steve Tambellini as a part-time pro scout. ... The NHLs competition committee recommended video review of all high-sticking double minor penalties last spring, but the league rejected the idea in September. ... The clubs met for the first time since February 2012. wholesale jerseys wholesale jerseys cheap soccer jerseys cheap nhl jerseys cheap jerseys ' ' '

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