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OSHAWA, Ont. -- Michael Dal Colle scored twice and Cole Cassels had four assists as the Oshawa Generals blanked the visiting Peterborough Petes 6-0 on Friday in Ontario Hockey League play. Oshawas Daniel Altshuller made 23 saves for his fourth-career shutout while Scott Laughton had a goal and two assists. Chris Carlisle, Bradley Latour and Brian Hughes also scored for Generals (22-7-2). Peterborough (11-17-3) defencemen Clark Seymour and Connor Bolland were each minus-3. Andrew DAgostini stopped 41-of-47 shots for the Petes, who are winless in three contests. Oshawa went 2 for 6 on the power play while Peterborough failed to score on three chances with the man advantage. --- FRONTENACS 5 COLTS 2 KINGSTON, Ont. -- Ryan Kujawinski scored twice and Matt Mahalak made 37 saves as the Frontenacs extended their winning streak to five games by downing Barrie. Slater Doggett had a goal and an assist for Kingston (16-9-3) while Mack Lemmon and Sam Bennett had the others. Andrew Mangiapane scored once for the Colts (14-11-3) and set up Matt Kreis goal as well. Mackenzie Blackwood stopped 31-of-36 shots for Barrie. --- OTTERS 2 67S 0 OTTAWA -- Andre Burakovsky scored his 20th goal of the season and added an assist as the Otters blanked the 67s for their sixth win in a row. Dane Fox also scored for Erie (25-4-1), and goalie Oscar Dansk stopped 32 shots for the shutout. Philippe Trudeau made 31 saves for Ottawa (10-15-3). Erie was 1 for 3 on the power play while the 67s were scoreless in four man-advantage opportunities. --- GREYHOUNDS 4 WHALERS 3 PLYMOUTH, Mich. -- Brandon Halverson made 36 saves, and Jared McCann had a goal and an assist to lead Sault Ste. Marie over the Whalers. Andrew Fritsch, Blake Speers, and Jean Dupuy also scored for the Greyhounds (20-6-3), while Darnell Nurse helped with two assists on the night. Zach Lorentz scored twice for the Whalers (11-16-3), and Mathieu Henderson scored in the third period to pull Plymouth to within one goal. Whalers goalie Alex Nedeljkovic stopped 33 shots in the losing effort. --- ATTACK 5 STORM 3 GUELPH, Ont. -- Gemel Smith had two goals and an assist and Brandon Hope stopped 43 shots as Owen Sound toppled Guelph. Holden Cook also scored twice for the Attack (15-10-5) and Zach Nastasiuk had a goal and an assist. Robby Fabbri had a pair of goals for the Storm (20-6-3) while Nick Ebert scored once. Justin Nichols started in goal for Guelph but was pulled after giving up three goals on eight shots. Matthew Mancina replaced Nichols and stopped 11-of-12 shots in two periods of relief. --- RANGERS 5 SPIRIT 3 KITCHENER, Ont. -- Darby Llewellyn scored his 15th and 16th goals of the season and Max Iafrate had four assists to lift the Rangers over Saginaw. Nick Magyar also scored for Kitchener (11-16-1), while Brent Pederson and Brandon Robinson added power-play goals. Radek Faska had three assists. The Spirit (15-11-4) were led offensively by Kristoff Kontos, who scored two. Nick Moutrey added the other. Jordan DeKort stopped 37 shots for the victory while Saginaws Nikita Serebryakov made 34 saves in the losing cause. --- KNIGHTS 5 SPITFIRES 4 (OT) LONDON, Ont. -- Max Domi scored 1:11 into extra time as the Knights edged Windsor for its fourth straight victory. Bo Horvat had a goal and two assists for London (21-6-2) while Michael McCarron, Chris Tierney and Josh Anderson added a goal each. Remy Giftopoulos scored twice for the Spitfires (18-10-1) and Josh Ho-Sang had three assists. Brady Vail and Slater Koekkoek added the others. Anthony Stolarz made 23 saves for the Knights while Dalen Kuchmey stopped 42 shots for Windsor. --- ICEDOGS 4 STEELHEADS 3 (SO) MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -- Jordan Maletta scored the shootout winner as Niagara handed the Steelheads their fifth loss in a row. Vince Dunn, Eric Ming and Matt Gillard scored in regulation for the IceDogs (8-18-4), who won for the first time in three outings. Bobby MacIntyre scored twice for Mississauga (13-15-3) and Josh Burnside added the other. Brent Moran made 30 saves for Niagara while Spencer Martin turned aside 22 shots for the Steelheads. --- WOLVES 7 STING 6 (OT) SUDBURY, Ont. -- Nathan Pancel scored twice, including the winner, and added an assist as the Wolves slipped past Sarnia. Connor Crisp and Mathew Campagna also scored two goals apiece for Sudbury (14-9-7), who won its fourth game in a row, while Jacob Harris scored once. Daniel Nikandrov had two goals for the Sting (10-17-3) and Nikolay Goldobin scored once and set up two more. Tyler Hore and Nikita Korostelev each had a goal and an assist and Nick Sproviero scored once to round out Sarnias offence. Franky Palazzese made 24 saves for the Wolves while Taylor Dupuis, the much busier of the netminders, stopped 57-of-64 shots in a losing cause. New Balance 580 Dames . This week they discuss the Philadelphia 76ers, Gregg Popovich, Royal and Ancient Golf Club and Bill Belichick. New Balance 574 Dames Blauw . Ibrahimovic put PSG ahead when he got in front of his marker to neatly flick in Lucass cross in the 59th minute. New signing Yohan Cabaye came on as a second-half substitute and headed Ezequiel Lavezzis cross against the post in the 87th. Moments later, Lucas set up another goal from the right when fellow countryman Alex turned in his corner with a strikers finish. http://www.newbalance574.nl/new-balance-574-goedkoop.html.com) - The Toronto Raptors are paying Rudy Gay a visit on Wednesday night when they head into the Sleep Train Arena to take on the Sacramento Kings. New Balance 530 Nederland .I get texts: Do you know Drake? Have you met Drake? He sits there every night, he hears me cuss out the referees every night, Casey said, laughing. New Balance 980 Fresh Foam . On July 27 cyclings best-known race will host "La Course by Le Tour de France" -- a one-day womens competition staged hours before Tour riders race on the same circuit to finish the three-week event on Paris Champs-Elysees.BOSTON - Letting Doc Rivers go to the Los Angeles Clippers was the first sign. Getting rid of Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett clinched it. The Boston Celtics are rebuilding. The Celtics have agreed to the terms of a deal that would send the two remaining members of the Big Three that won the 2008 NBA title to the Brooklyn Nets for a package of draft picks and players. Garnett is a future Hall of Famer, but its Pierces departure that signals the end of an era for the leagues most-decorated franchise. Garnett and Pierce will go to Brooklyn as soon as the deal can be finalized on July 10. Yahoo Sports, which first reported the talks, said the Nets would also get veteran Jason Terry from Boston and send Gerald Wallace, Kris Joseph, the expiring deal of Kris Humphries and first-round picks in 2014, 2016 and 2018 to the Celtics. Boston is left with Rajon Rondo, Jeff Green and Avery Bradley, along with Jared Sullinger and first-round draft pick Kelly Olynyk, a 7-footer from Gonzaga. "Its sad to see everybody leave Boston. You just want them to go someplace where they have a chance to win, and they have," Rivers said at Clippers draft headquarters late Thursday night. "Its a great trade for Boston, too; not now, later. Danny wanted to rebuild, and thats what hes doing." The longest-tenured member of the Celtics, Pierce is the teams captain, a 10-time All-Star and a likely Hall of Famer. He is the second-leading scorer in the history of the NBAs most-decorated franchise, and also is in the teams top seven in rebounds, assists, steals, games and minutes played. Garnett is also a future Hall of Famer, though only the last six years of his career were in Boston. Its Pierce, who slipped to 10th in the 1998 draft and has been a Celtic ever since, who had a chance to spend his entire career with the franchise and add his name to a list that includes Hall of Famers Larry Bird, Bill Russell and John Havlicek. (But not Bob Cousy, Robert Parish or even Red Auerbach.) "(Its) sort of sad. You hate to see it," said Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau, who was an assistant on the Celtics 2008 championship team. &"But thats the NBA.dddddddddddd Its constant change, and you have to be ready to adapt. I think what Paul Pierce did for that franchise and Kevin — I thinks its good for them. They have an opportunity to continue on. "Good for the Celtics, where they can start their rebuilding." Pierce was drafted in the Rick Pitino era when the Celtics, already in the midst of the longest championship drought in franchise history, were a year removed from the second-worst record in the NBA (a mark that was not good enough to land them the top prize in the draft, Tim Duncan). He helped the team reach the Eastern Conference finals in 2002. But, convinced that they were not likely to go farther, Ainge was brought in the next year to tear things apart again. Boston plummeted back into the NBA lottery and again bad luck prevented them from landing a franchise player like Kevin Durant. Instead, Ainge swung deals for Garnett and Allen that earned the Celtics their NBA-record 17th championship in the very first year. But Garnett was injured the next year, and Kendrick Perkins went down in Game 6 of the finals in 2010, when the Celtics lost to the Los Angeles Lakers in seven games. Then came two eliminations by Miami and, after five straight division titles, a third-place finish and first-round loss to the New York Knicks. Ainge was convinced that the time had come to start over. Rivers exit was negotiated with the Clippers, landing Boston a first-round draft choice in 2015 and freeing the Celtics from the $21 million remaining on his contract. Tim Hardaway, a scout for the Miami Heat, said: "We dont have to worry about Boston no more." Not next year, at least. But the Celtics will have two first-round picks in four of the next five drafts, including the loaded one expected for next year. "The Celtics wanted draft picks and they wanted to drop contracts. I was one of those contracts," Rivers said from California on Friday in an interview with CBS radio in Boston. "Its a hard thing to do, but I think its the right thing to do." ___ Follow Jimmy Golen on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/jgolen Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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