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MONTREAL — A quick look at the 22 players on Canadas team for the 2015 world junior championship:Eric ComriePosition: GoaltenderHometown: EdmontonAge: 19Size: Six foot one, 168 pounds. Puma Suede Creepers Nere . Team and draft status: Tri-City (WHL), Winnipeg 2013Analysis: Dual U.S.-Canadian citizen. Strengths are good positioning and a big body. Half brother of ex-NHL forward Mike Comrie.---Zachary FucalePosition: GoaltenderHometown: Rosemere, Que.Age: 19Size: Six foot one, 181 poundsTeam and draft status: Quebec (QMJHL), Montreal 2013Analysis: Starter at last years tournament is quick and confident. Habs draft pick playing in his hometown.---Joe HickettsPosition: DefenceHometown: Kamloops, B.C.Age: 18Size: Five foot eight, 186 poundsTeam and draft status: Victoria (WHL), Signed as undrafted free agent by DetroitAnalysis: Small but speedy, with a good shot. Likes to rush the puck. Leads WHL defencemen in scoring.---Dillon HeatheringtonPosition: DefenceHometown: CalgaryAge: 19Size: Six foot three, 196 poundsTeam and draft status: Swift Current (WHL), Columbus 2013Analysis: Defensive defenceman who uses his body. Good on the penalty kill.---Madison BoweyPosition: DefenceHometown: WinnipegAge: 19Size: Six foot one, 195 poundsTeam and draft status: Kelowna (WHL), Washington 2013Analysis: Physical player who can skate and rush the puck.---Samuel MorinPosition: DefenceHometown: St-Henri, Que.Age: 19Size: Six foot seven, 224 poundsTeam and draft status: Rimouski (QMJHL) Philadelphia 2013Analysis: Towering defensive rearguard can play big minutes. On comeback from broken jaw in October.---Shea TheodorePosition: DefenceHometown: Aldergrove, B.C.Age: 19Size: Six foot two, 182 poundsTeam and draft status: Seattle (WHL), Anaheim 2013Analysis: Attacking defenceman who can rush the puck and play the point.---Josh MorrisseyPosition: DefenceHometown: CalgaryAge: 19Size: Six feet, 194 poundsTeam and draft status: Kelowna (WHL), Winnipeg 2013Analysis: Solid two-way player is back for second world junior championship. Did well in 20 AHL playoff games last spring.---Darnell NursePosition: DefenceHometown: HamiltonAge: 19Size: Six foot four, 189 poundsTeam and draft status: Sault Ste. Marie (OHL), Edmonton 2013Analysis: Big, shutdown D who can also contribute on attack. Nephew of ex-NFL QB Donovan McNabb.---Brayden PointPosition: ForwardHometown: CalgaryAge: 18Size: Five foot eight, 160 poundsTeam and draft status: Moose Jaw (WHL), Tampa Bay 2014Analysis: Playmaker who led Warriors in scoring last season. Strong on faceoffs.---Anthony DuclairPosition: ForwardHometown: Laval, Que.Age: 19Size: Five foot 11, 184 poundsTeam and draft status: N.Y. Rangers, NYR 2013Analysis: On loan from Rangers. Slick, speedy winger whose first instinct is to shoot.---Max DomiPosition: ForwardHometown: TorontoAge: 19Size: Five foot nine, 194 poundsTeam and draft status: London (OHL), Arizona 2013Analysis: Stocky stickhandler and playmaker known for thrilling solo efforts.---Connor McDavidPosition: ForwardHometown: Newmarket, Ont.Age: 17Size: Six feet, 182 poundsTeam and draft status: Erie (OHL) 2015 Draft eligibleAnalysis: Probably the best NHL prospect since Sidney Crosby. Can do everything at top speed. Played 2014 world juniors at 16.---Jake VirtanenPosition: ForwardHometown: Abbotsford, B.C.Age: 18Size: Six foot one, 208 poundsTeam and draft status: Calgary (WHL), Vancouver 2014Analysis: Power right-winger who can skate, bang and score.---Nic PetanPosition: ForwardHometown: Delta, B.C.Age: 19Size: Five foot nine, 170 poundsTeam and draft status: Portland (WHL), Winnipeg 2013Analysis: Returning from last years team. Quick, small centre who can pass and score.---Nick PaulPosition: ForwardHometown: Mississauga, Ont.Age: 19Size: Six foot three, 198 poundsTeam and draft status: North Bay (OHL), Dallas 2013Analysis: Big winger with a scoring touch. Strength is consistency.---Nick RitchiePosition: ForwardHometown: Orangeville, Ont.Age: 19Size: Six foot two, 226 poundsTeam and draft status: Peterborough (OHL), Anaheim 2014 Analysis: Power left winger who can play physical and contribute on attack.---Frederik GauthierPosition: ForwardHometown: St-Lin, Que.Age: 19Size: Six foot four, 215 poundsTeam and draft status: Rimouski (QMJHL) Toronto 2013Analysis: Good on faceoffs and penalty killing. Uses his big body to make plays around the net. Returning from last years team.---Sam ReinhartPosition: ForwardHometown: West VancouverAge:19Size: Six foot one, 185 poundsTeam and draft status: Kootenay (WHL), Buffalo 2014Analysis: Was one of Canadas best last year. Can skate, pass, shoot and play with intelligence.---Curtis LazarPosition: ForwardHometown: Vernon, B.C.Age: 19Size: Six feet, 198 poundsTeam and draft status: Ottawa (NHL), Ottawa 2013Analysis: Another returning player, loaned last week from Ottawa. Strong all-around skills.---Lawson CrousePosition: ForwardHometown: Mount Brydges, Ont.Age: 17Size: Six foot four, 211 poundsTeam and draft status: Kingston (OHL), 2015 Draft eligibleAnalysis: Only 17, but big and can play physical, two-way game. Projected top-10 draft pick.---Robby FabbriPosition: ForwardHometown: Mississauga, Ont.Age: 18Size: Five foot 10, 170 poundsTeam and draft status: Guelph (OHL), St. Louis 2014Analysis: Helped Guelph to 2014 Memorial Cup final. Top offensive player and leader. Puma Creepers Rihanna Bordeaux . -- Augusta James of Bath, Ont. Puma Basket Heart Nere . Richard Jefferson scored 17 points and Diante Garrett had a career-high 15 points as the Jazz had seven players with 10 points or more in Utahs largest margin of victory this season. .D. Martinezs ninth-inning sacrifice fly scored Torii Hunter with the winning run and the Detroit Tigers beat the Minnesota Twins 4-3 Sunday.DUBAI, United Arab Emirates -- Rory McIlroy hit wedge into 5 feet for birdie on the 18th hole for a 2-under 70 to regain the outright lead in the Dubai Desert Classic on Friday. The chief challenge for McIlroy came from an American -- but it wasnt Tiger Woods. Brooks Koepka, who earned his European Tour card last year by winning three times on the Challenge Tour, made seven birdies against no bogeys for a 65 that left him one shot behind McIlroy going into the weekend. Woods, meanwhile, hit only four fairways and had to rely on some key putts to salvage a 73. He was in a tie for 44th, eight shots out of the lead. McIlroy was at 11-under 133. He appeared to be in control at Emirates Golf Club, leading by three shots after his birdie at No. 10. But he drove wildly into the waste area on the par-5 13th and the par-4 16th holes, both leading to bogeys, before recovering on the 18th. "It was nice to birdie the last and at least give myself a one-shot lead going into tomorrow," McIlroy said. "I will just go back tonight and sort of regroup and realize I am still leading the tournament. I was more frustrated on the back nine, as the back nine is where you want to build your score after playing the harder front nine." Danny Willett of England, who began his week by jumping out of a plane at 4,000 metres (13,000 feet), had a 65 and shared third place with Damien McGrane of Ireland (70) and Julien Quesne of France (70). Henrik Stenson, who won the Race to Dubai and the FedEx Cup last year, had a 67 and was four shots behind. Woods, trying to join Ernie Els as the only three-time winners of the Dubai Desert Classic, opened with a birdie on his third hole and the highlights were few after that. His only other birdie was on the par-3 11th, with a shot into 2 feet. Instead of going to the practice range after his round, he conducted a clinic with Mark OMeara. "I was on so many parts of the golf course today that I got to meet so many people, signed so many autographs out there and gave a lot of balls away," Woods joked with the crowd. "Seriously, I was justt hitting it sideways. Puma Suede Creepers Bianche. " He even joked about the 79 he shot last week at Torrey Pines to miss the 54-hole cut on a course where he had won eight times previously, including a U.S. Open. "I have to tell everyone here I never made a 10-footer for not shooting 80," Woods said. As for his round on Friday, he said he putted well, but had too many putts from 40 and 50 feet, which is "not exactly the best thing." "I just didnt hit it close enough and didnt hit it well," Woods said. "I struggled with it and had a bad warm-up, as well. Just one of those days." Koepka is in his first full season on the European Tour. He came close to winning the Open last autumn in America before struggling on the back nine. He is roommates in Florida with another American on the European Tour, Peter Uihlein, who bogeyed his last hole to miss the cut. "Winning is winning," said Koepka, who has four Challenge Tour wins. "Ive been able to do it on the Challenge Tour, so hopefully I can get it done with week." It should be more difficult with McIlroy, a two-time major champion, starting to regain his form. McIlroy ended a year without winning in December when he edged Adam Scott at the Australian Open. He finished one shot behind in Abu Dhabi two weeks ago. "Im leading the golf tournament. Ive been in this position before and Ive went on to win," McIlroy said. "Ive led from the front quite well in tournaments that I have won. I feel like I am still playing well and I know the course just as well as anyone else. Im now expecting to go out there and shoot two good scores over the weekend and hopefully lift the trophy." Willett, along with his wife and caddie, began the week with an assisted sky dive on Monday in a charity event. He feels it might have helped with his golf. "If you stand on the first tee, trying to hit a drive into the fairway seemed a little bit less nerve-racking than jumping out of a plane at 13,000 feet," Willett said. "You never know, might have prepared us quite well." Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '


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