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Postby kaisy on Wed Sep 11, 2013 1:58 am

The Edmonton Oil Kings are currently the hottest team in the Canadian Hockey League after picking up their ninth consecutive win on Saturday. T.J. Foster scored twice as the Oil Kings defeated the Prince Albert Raiders 5-3 in Western Hockey League action. Michael St. Croix had a goal and two assists while Ryan Dech and Tyler Maxwell each scored once to round out the Oil Kings (21-8-3) offence. Dylan Wruck also chipped in with four assists. Luke Mahura, Mike Winther and Kellan Tochkin each scored for the Raiders (9-22-3). Tristan Jarry made 34 saves for the win and Eric Williams stopped 26 shots in defeat. Edmonton scored once on four power-play opportunties while Prince Albert went 1-for-6. The Oil Kings are atop the Central Division, however their lead over the second place Kootenay Ice is just two points. Their last defeat came Nov. 19 against the Lethbridge Hurricanes. Elsewhere in the WHL, it was: Moose Jaw 4, Kelowna 1; Kamloops 5, Swift Current 4; Saskatoon 4, Regina 2; Kootenay 3, Medicine Hat 2; Lethbridge 4, Vancouver 2; Tri-City 5, Everett 1; Seattle 4, Victoria 3 (SO) and Prince George 4, Spokane 3 (SO). At Edmonton, Foster opened the scoring 9:57 into the first period to give the Oil Kings a 1-0 lead, however Mahura scored with 31 seconds remaining in the period to tie it at one. St Croix scored at 4:11 of the second period, regaining Edmontons lead, and Foster extended it to 3-1 at 10:29 on the power play with his second of the game. Before the period was through, Maxwell added another to make it 4-1 Edmonton after 40 minutes. Tochkin made it 4-2 with a goal 6:37 into the third period but less than four minutes later Dech scored to retake a three-goal lead. Winther added one late for Prince Albert but it wasnt enough as Edmonton came away with a 5-3 victory. --- Warriors 4 Rockets 1 At Moose Jaw, Sask., Kenton Miller scored twice, including the game-winner, as the Warriors (20-9-4) beat Kelowna (16-14-2). --- Blazers 5 Broncos 4 At Swift Current, Sask., JC Lipon and Tim Bozon both scored twice to lead Kamloops (22-7-1) over the Broncos (14-17-3). --- Blades 4 Pats 2 At Saskatoon, Andrey Makarov turned away 40 shots as the Blades (20-11-1) doubled up Regina (16-14-2). --- Ice 3 Tigers 2 At Medicine Hat, Alta., Drew Czerwonka scored the winning goal with 4:44 remaining in the third period and Nathan Lieuwen turned away 31 shots as Kootenay (20-9-3) downed the Tigers (18-12-4). --- Hurricanes 4 Giants 2 At Vancouver, Jaimen Yakubowski scored two second period goals, including the game winner, as Lethbridge (11-22-1) defeated the Giants (20-11-2). --- Americans 5 Silvertips 1 At Everett, Wash., Patrick Holland scored two goals while Adam Hughesman and Brandon Shinnimin each had a goal and an assist as Tri-City (24-7-0) beat the Silvertips (5-21-5). --- Thunderbirds 4 Royals 3 (SO) At Kent, Wash., Colin Jacobs scored in regulation and had the only goal in the shootout to lead Seattle (12-15-1) past Victoria (13-18-3). --- Cougars 4 Chiefs 3 (SO) At Spokane, Wash., Cody Carlson scored the tying goal in the third period and then the winner in a shootout as Prince George (12-19-2) came from behind to beat the Chiefs (14-9-5). Anaheim Ducks Jersey . The duos performance this season has Vancouver on the verge of breaking a few club records. Having already matched franchise single-season marks in points and road wins, the Canucks go for a seventh straight victory as the guest this evening when they visit the Atlanta Thrashers and Philips Arena. Authentic NHL Hockey Jersey . - It took two overtime periods, but the Los Angeles Lakers eventually made sure the Memphis Grizzlies stayed behind them in the Western Conference standings. http://www.nhlshop.us.com/Anaheim-Ducks ... tg-33.html . Chapchai and Liang were even at 132 total at the Jaypee Greens. Chawalit Plaphol (68), David Drysdale (67), Joonas Granberg (67) and Tommy Fleetwood (65) were two strokes behind in third. Ryan Getzlaf Authentic Jersey . The Fighting Irish eased in their new quarterback, showed they have a couple of capable replacements for their suspended star running back and even got a touchdown from a 300-pound defensive lineman. Ryan Getzlaf Jersey . -- Two late-season wins helped take a bit of the sting of the Toronto Argonauts ugly season from defensive end Ricky Foley.CLEVELAND -- The Indians will be without one of their most valuable arms for at least 10 days. The club placed reliever Vinnie Pestano on the 15-day disabled list with a sore right elbow Monday, a move they contemplated for several days before finally executing. Left-hander Nick Hagadone was recalled from Triple-A Columbus. Cleveland placed Pestano on the DL shortly before the opener of a four-game series against the Oakland Athletics. Manager Terry Francona had expected Pestano to be available to face the As, but the Indians are taking a cautious approach with the right-hander, who has a 2.25 ERA in eight appearances this season. The Indians called the injury right elbow tendinitis, but the 28-year-old Pestano, who underwent Tommy John surgery in 2006, said he has been treated foor discomfort in the elbow the past two seasons.dddddddddddd Pestano has not pitched since the second game of a doubleheader against Kansas City on April 28. He gave up two walks in one inning and said his elbow began bothering him following the outing. Pestano was one of the ALs best relievers last season. He went 3-3 with a 2.57 ERA in 70 appearances, mostly as the setup man for All-Star closer Chris Perez. Pestano will be eligible to be activated on May 16, as Hagadones recall falls within a 10-day period of his most recent active date on the 25-man roster. Major League Baseball rules stipulate that Pestanos placement on the DL must be backdated to May 1, or the day after Hagadones option to Columbus. Hagadone had a 2.45 ERA during his first stint with the Indians. ' ' '
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