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SHERBROOKE, Que. - Jean-Sebastien Dea scored three times, including the winner, as the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies edged the host Sherbrooke Phoenix 4-3 in overtime on Friday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Dea forced overtime with a power-play goal in the third period and then earned the Huskies (26-13-5) the victory 1:28 into extra time. Antoine Waked also scored for Rouyn-Noranda while Marcus Power had three assists. Daniel Audette had a goal and two assists for the Phoenix (14-26-6) while Mitchell Lundholm and Jeremy Roy had the others. Alexandre Belanger made 28 saves for the Huskies as Sherbrookes Maxime Lagace stopped 42-of-46 shots in a losing cause. --- VOLTIGEURS 2 TITAN 0 BATHURST, N.B. -- Louis-Philip Guindon stopped 33 shots as Drummondville blanked the Titan. Matthew Boudens and Joey Ratelle scored for the Voltigeurs (28-15-2), who went 0-for-3 on the power play, while Georgs Golovkovs assisted on both. Patrick Walsh led Acadie-Bathurst (17-24-4) with seven shots on net as his club failed to score on eight chances with the man advantage. Jacob Brennan made 22 saves for the Titan. --- SCREAMING EAGLES 8 WILDCATS 3 SYDNEY, N.S. -- Kyle Farrell scored three goals and added two assists and Justin Hache had four assists as Cape Breton crushed Moncton. Clark Bishop scored once and set up two more for the Screaming Eagles (23-19-3) while Francis Brunelle, Cameron Darcy, Jeremy Beaudry and Julien Pelletier produced a goal each. Christophe Lalonde, William Bower and Ivan Barbashev supplied the offence for the Wildcats (23-22-2). Alex Bureau made 21 saves for Cape Breton while Monctons Jason Rioux gave up all eight goals on 50 shots against. --- SEA DOGS 3 ISLANDERS 2 SAINT JOHN, N.B. -- David Weckworths goal at 18:30 of the third period stood up as the winner as the Sea Dogs slipped past Charlottetown. Samuel Dove-McFalls and Olivier Leblanc also scored for Saint John (13-27-4) and Noah Zilbert tacked on two assists. Kameron Kielly and Nathan Yetman responded for the Islanders (17-24-5). Sebastien Auger stopped 36 shots for the Sea Dogs as Charlottetowns Eric Brassard made 28 saves in a losing cause. --- SAGUENEENS 3 Cataractes 2 (OT) CHICOUTIMI, Que. -- Frederic Allard scored 1:52 into overtime to lift the Sagueneens over Shawinigan. Philippe Archambault and Laurent Dauphin registered a goal each for Chicoutimi (23-22-1) while Domenic Graham turned away 23 shots for the victory. The Cataractes (11-27-7) got both goals from Giovanni Fiore. Marvin Cupper kicked out 39-of-42 shots for Shawinigan. --- TIGRES 6 FOREURS 5 (SO) VICTORIAVILLE, Que. -- Jean-Francois Plante scored twice in regulation and then in the shootout as the Tigres came from behind to beat Val-dOr. Jonathan Diaby, Carl Marois and Cameron Yarwood also scored for Victoriaville (20-19-6), which trailed 5-3 heading into the third period. Louick Marcotte scored a pair of goals for the Foreurs (27-16-2), Guillaume Gelinas had a goal and three assists, while Thomas Gobeil and Maxime Presseault tacked on a goal apiece. Francois Tremblay made 37 saves for the Tigres as Antoine Bibeau turned away 45-of-50 shots for Val-dOr. --- DRAKKAR 6 OLYMPIQUES 4 BAIE-COMEAU, Que. -- Alexis Vanier scored twice as the Drakkar jumped out to a six-goal lead before Gatineau found its offence. Jeremy Gregoire, Denis Gorbunov, Dominic Poulin and Maxime St-Cyr also scored for Baie-Comeau (29-12-4), which extended its win streak to four games, while Felix Girard added two assists. Adam Stevens, Vaclav Karabacek, Jonathan Bourcier and Martin Reway all scored in the third period for the Olympiques (28-16-1), who trailed 6-0 after 40 minutes of action. Philippe Cadorette made 31 saves for the Drakkar as Gatineaus Anthony Brodeur kicked out 23-of-29 shots in defeat. -- OCEANIC 6 ARMADA 3 RIMOUSKI, Que. -- Anthony DeLuca and Alexis Loiseau each scored twice as the Oceanic doubled up Blainville-Boisbriand. Sebastien Sylvestre scored once and set up two more for Rimouski (27-12-7), Peter Trainor scored once and Frederik Gauthier chipped in with three assists. Marc-Olivier Roy, Christopher Clapperton and Nikita Jevpalovs scored for the Armada (28-10-7). Philippe Desrosiers made 22 saves for the Oceanic while Blainville-Boisbriands Etienne Marcoux stopped 27-of-32 shots in a defeat. Justin Abdelkader Team USA Hockey Jersey . One out away from finishing off an impressive shutout, they let a must-win game slip away. Jack Johnson Jersey . Each day, TSN.ca provides the latest rumours, reports and speculation from around the NHL beat. Defensive Depth TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun is reporting the Toronto Maple Leafs have considerable interest in unrestricted free-agent defenceman Dan Boyle. http://www.hockeyauthenticusaonline.us/ ... er-Jersey/. Dallas (2-0-1) sits atop the Western Conference with an MLS-best seven points. Castillo opened the scoring in the 71st minute off a Mauro Diaz set piece, and Watson outran defender Tony Lochhead on a long ball and then juked goalkeeper Ian Kennedy for the eventual game-winner in the 78th minute. Derek Stepan Team USA Hockey Jersey .com) - The Milwaukee Bucks will try to get another win on this homestand Thursday night when they welcome the Utah Jazz to the Bradley Center. Jamie Langenbrunner Team USA Hockey Jersey .C. -- Duke sophomore Rodney Hood is entering the NBA draft.BOCA RATON, Fla. - Mike Gillis doesnt think John Tortorella deserves full responsibility for the disaster that this Vancouver Canucks season has become, yet also did not absolve him of blame. Gillis wouldnt comment on "rumour and speculation" when asked if Tortorella would remain the coach through the end of the season. In doing that, the general manager did little to quiet the rumblings. But perhaps his most telling comment about the Canucks "remarkable" free fall involved bringing up Tortorellas locker-room incident in Calgary as one reason why things have gone wrong. "Theyre not excuses but weve had massive injuries this year, weve had key guys out of our lineup for extended periods of time," Gillis said Wednesday at the NHL GMs meeting. "We had an incident in January that was hard to describe. It is what it is. We have to continue to try and find ways to win games." Tortorella was suspended for 15 days and six games for trying to enter the Flames locker-room after a first-period brawl in a testy Jan. 18 game. The Canucks are 4-12-1 since that night. Dating to Jan. 1, Vancouver is 6-17-3 and has fallen from one point out of a playoff spot in the Western Conference to six. Gillis called the drastic downturn this year indescribable. "The ebb and flow in this season has been as challenging as its ever been," he said. "Theres reasons for it — multiple reasons for it — but currently, right now, were not meeting my expectations, were not meeting a lot of peoples expectations and that has to change." That includes Tortorella, a Stanley Cup-winner 10 years ago who has become embattled after the trade of Roberto Luongo, request from Ryan Kesler to be dealt and then Monday nights embarrassing loss to the New York Islanders. After building a 3-0 lead, the Canucks gave up seven third-period goals to lose 7-4. Tortorella afterward called it a "kick in the teeth," while Gillis on Wednesday ssaid the aftermath has been tough just like the past month and a half has been.dddddddddddd Asked if changes to the coaching staff and/or front office were being considered, Gillis said he did not want to comment because it would lend credibility to that talk and that was not good for anyone. Asked directly if Tortorella would be the coach for the remainder of the season, he repeated a similar sentiment. "Thats rumour and speculation," Gillis said. "Im not commenting on that because then it just lends credibility to whats out there with bloggers and all kinds of different people. So its unfair to comment on any future plans other than what weve already said, which is were trying to get younger, were trying to retool and were trying to do some things a little differently the next one, three, five years." Gillis added that the Canucks need to "get behind our team and behind our players and behind our coaching staff." Later in his six-minute chat with reporters at Boca Beach Club, Gillis refused to answer a question about how Tortorella has handled Daniel and Henrik Sedin and then another about the suggestion that the coach lost the locker-room. "Im not going to comment about specific things with John," he said. "I think its unfair to him, its unfair to our team and its unfair to all of us that are responsible for whats going on." After losing to the Islanders, Tortorella shouldered a lot of the responsibility for the Canucks downfall. "You know, Johns an honest guy and he took responsibility, but its all of our responsibility and I dont want to focus on John," Gillis said. "We have a hockey team, we have an organization. To focus on one or two people in that organizations unfair. We have to win as a group, and every guy in that room has to win as a group. To single out anybody is unfair and Im not going to do that." Except for Tortorellas role in the infamous incident against Calgary. Cheap Jerseys From China NFL Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale NFL White Jerseys Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys China NFL Jerseys White Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping Cheap NFL Womens Jerseys ' ' '
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