HALIFAX - The Halifax Mooseheads held off a third period rally by the Charlottetown Islanders en route to a 3-2 win in Quebec Ma

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HALIFAX - The Halifax Mooseheads held off a third period rally by the Charlottetown Islanders en route to a 3-2 win in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action on Friday night. Roberto Osuna Jersey .Halifax (3-4-2) got on the scoreboard late in the first period with consecutive goals by Timo Meier and Danny Moynihan. Vincent Watt scored unassisted at 6:31 of the third period to cap the Mooseheads scoring.Oliver Cooper and Filip Chlapik found the back of the net for the Islanders (5-4-2).Montreal Canadiens prospect Zachary Fucale made 24 saves for Halifax. His counterpart, Calgary Flames draft pick Mason McDonald, made 27 saves in the loss.Halifax failed to score on five power-play opportunities while Charlottetown was unsuccessful on one chance with the man advantage.---TITAN 6 CATARACTES 5BATHURST, N.B. Bronson Beaton and Alexandre Gosselin each scored twice for Acadie-Bathurst in its victory over Shawinigan.Raphael Corriveau and Nicholas Blanchard also chipped in with goals for the Titan (3-7-0).Dennis Yan had a hat trick for the Cataractes (6-3-2) while Anthony Beauvillier and Alexis DAoust rounded out the attack.---REMPARTS 5 TIGRES 2QUEBEC, Que. Guillaume Gauthier scored two second-period goals to help the Remparts past the Tigres.Marcus Cuomo, Adam Erne and Dmytro Timashov also struck for Quebec (6-3-0).Yan Pavel Laplante and Tommy Veilleux found the back of the net for Victoriaville (5-4-2).---DRAKKAR 9 SAGUENEENS 4BAIE-COMEAU, Que. Maxime St-Cyr had a hat trick for Baie-Comeau in its win over Chicoutimi.Valentin Zykov had a five-point night for the Drakkar (5-4-1), scoring twice and adding three assists. Luca Ciampini, Bokondji Imama, Alexis Vanier and Frederic Gamelin also scored.Jeremy Bouchard struck twice for the Sagueneens (4-5-1) while William Gignac and Reid Halabi also scored.---OCEANIC 6 ARMADA 5 (SO)RIMOUSKI, Que. Alexis Loiseau scored twice in regulation and added another goal in a shootout to lead Rimouski over Blainville Boisbriand.Jan Kostalek also had two goals for the Oceanic (9-2-0) and Tyler Boland rounded out the attack.Daniel Walcott, Danick Martel, Alexandre Delisle-Houde, Samuel Tremblay, and Nikita Jevpalovs all scored for the Armada (2-6-2).---HUSKIES 3 WILDCATS 2ROUYN-NORANDA, Que. Mathieu Lemay scored his sixth of the season at 8:15 of the second period and it stood as the winner in Rouyn-Norandas victory over Moncton.Ryan Penny and Justin Guenette also scored for the Huskies (6-5-0).Ivan Barbashev had a power-play goal and Christophe Lalonde scored at even strength for the Wildcats (7-3-0).---FOREURS 5 SCREAMING EAGLES 2VAL-dOR, Que. Anthony Beauregard had a hat trick for Val-dOr as it beat Cape Breton.Shawn Ouellette-St-Amant and Stephen Anderson also scored for the Foreurs (4-6-1).Maxim Lazarev and captain Clark Bishop responded for Cape Breton (5-5-1). Ryan Goins Jersey ." Argos general manager Jim Barker uttered those words during an interview with TSN 1050 radio just prior to the CFLs annual free agent frenzy. Josh Donaldson Jersey . Chelsea ripped apart Hull inside 25 minutes at Stamford Bridge, with the early goals from Oscar and Frank Lampard securing a 2-0 victory. While Lampard had earlier missed a penalty, Roberto Soldado had no such trouble from the spot for Tottenham, scoring on his debut to clinch a 1-0 victory over Crystal Palace. http://www.teambluejaysprostore.us/Darwin-Barney-blue-jays-jersey/ . Patrik Bartosak turned away 50-of-52 shots for the Rebels (28-26-4), who halted their losing streak at seven games. Trailing 2-1 after 40 minutes of play, Feser forced overtime with his second goal of the game at 5:35 of the third period.Each week, The Reporters put their thumbs out to the good and the bad in the world of sports. This week they discuss Maple Leafs defenceman Paul Ranger, Floyd Mayweather, the Washington Capitals decision to let Alex Ovechkin participate in the Olympic torch relay and the Washington Redskins nickname. Bruce Arthur, National Post: My thumb is up to Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman Paul Ranger. Ranger was a top-four defenceman for Tampa Bay when in 2009 he asked for a leave of absence from the team and for his salary to be withheld. He didnt come back. After two years he resurfaced to help coach his old bantam triple-A team in Whitby. And last year he asked Toronto for an AHL-only contract and excelled. Now hes a Leaf. He wont say what specifically kept him away, but he talks about how strong he feels inside, how the mental side of the game is so important and how proud he is that hes come this far. Were not hard to root for people in this business, but Ill say this: for Paul Ranger its not hard to make an exception. Steve Simmons, Sun Media: My thumb is up to Floyd Mayweather Jr., the only breakout star left in the dwindling attraction that is boxing. Money Mayweather was at his best Saturday night in Las Vegas putting on another clinic of both pugilism and commerce winning just about every round against the capable Canelo Alvarez and taking home a guaranteed purse of $41.5 million to boot. Mayweather was as slippery as ever in the Super Welterweight title bout, nearly impossible to hit, counter-punching, utilizing his incomparable hand speed. The onlyy downfall to the one-sided win was one of the ringside judges, C. Jose Bautista Jersey. J. Ross, myopically scored the fight a draw. Anyone who watched from around the world knew better. Michael Farber, Sports Illustrated: My thumb is up to simple common sense, which the Washington Capitals showed in the not-insignificant matter of Alex Ovechkin and the Olympic torch relay. The Capitals are allowing Ovechkin a quick trip to Greece to carry the torch from Mount Olympus even though it will occur only two days before the team opens eight time zones away in Chicago. Washington might have a travel-weary captain against the Blackhawks, but my guess is this conspicuously proud Russian will be energized by the torch honour. Ovechkin had a slow start to his Hart-winning 2013 season. This Olympic hors doeuvre is the thing that might light a fire under him. Dave Naylor, TSN: My thumb is up to the growing number of voices calling for the Washington Redskins to find a new nickname. Recently the chorus of those crying for change added two prominent American journalists: Peter King of Sports Illustrated and Christine Brennan of USA Today who, among others, said they will no longer use the word in their work. More significantly, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell appears to be changing his tune, talking about the "need to be listening" and to "do the right thing." Many, including Goodell, have pointed out that the Redskins name represents an important piece of the NFLs history. But history is exactly where that name belongs. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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