miaowang123 » Discussions


The move didnt bring the kind o

  • 25 Jul
    PORTLAND, Ore. [b]Olivier Giroud France Jersey[/b] . -- Chase De Leo had two goals and two assists as the Portland Winterhawks extended their win streak to 19 games by defeating the visiting Prince Albert Raiders 6-3 on Saturday in Western Hockey League action. Nicolas Petan also had a pair of goals for the Winterhawks (45-12-5), Oliver Bjorkstrand scored once and set up two more and Matthew Dumba added a single goal. Dakota Conroy scored twice for the Raiders (29-29-4) and Josh Morrissey had a goal and an assist. Portlands Corbin Boes made 23 saves for the win. Cole Cheveldave allowed five goals on 34 shots before giving way to Nick McBride, who stopped 13-of-14 shots in 23 minutes of relief. The Winterhawks went 2 for 4 on the power play while the Cougars scored twice on six chances with the man advantage. --- PATS 5 HITMEN 4 (SO) REGINA -- Colby Williams set up two goals in regulation and then scored the shootout winner as the Pats stopped Calgary from winning its 10th game in a row. Morgan Klimchuk had two goals and an assist for Regina (34-22-6), which is 7-0-1 in its last eight outings, while Dyson Stevenson and Dmitry Sinitsyn added single goals. Brady Brassart, Jake Virtanen, Adam Tambellini and Connor Rankin scored for the Hitmen (41-15-7). Daniel Wapple made 45 saves for the Pats as Calgarys Chris Driedger stopped 26-of-30 shots in defeat. --- ROYALS 6 BLADES 3 SASKATOON -- Logan Nelson scored twice and Brandon Magee had three assists as Victoria doubled up the Blades. Taylor Crunk, Axel Blomqvist, Brett Cote and Ben Walker also scored for the Royals (43-17-4). Ryan Graham, Nikita Scherbak and Brett Stovin supplied the scoring for Saskatoon (16-41-5). Victorias Patrik Polivka made 17 saves for the win. Alex Moodie allowed five goals on 26 shots through two periods for the Blades. Troy Trombley stopped 13-of-14 shots in relief. --- WHEAT KINGS 7 WARRIORS 4 BRANDON -- Tim McGauley had a hat trick and Jesse Gabrielle added a pair of goals as the Wheat Kings snapped an eight-game slide by defeating Moose Jaw. Ryan Pulock scored once and set up two more for Brandon (29-26-8) and Brett Kitt had a single goal. Colton McCarthy, Josh Uhrich, Brayden Point and Tanner Eberle scored for the Warriors (15-37-9), who dropped their fifth game in a row. Jordan Papirny made 41 saves for the Wheat Kings. Moose Jaws Justin Paulic gave up seven goals on 22 shots in 31 minutes of action. Zach Sawchenko finished the game for the Warriors and stopped 20 shots in relief. --- GIANTS 5 OIL KINGS 1 EDMONTON -- Jackson Houck scored twice and Joel Hamilton had three assists as Vancouver downed the Oil Kings. Dalton Sward, Trent Lofthouse and Carter Popoff also scored for the Giants (30-24-10), who went 3 for 6 on the power play. Curtis Lazar put Edmonton (43-15-2) on the board with a power-play goal. The Oil Kings finished 1 for 6 with the man advantage. Vancouvers Payton Lee made 32 saves for the win. Tyler Santos allowed five goals on 15 shots in 29 minutes of action before Tristan Jarry took over for the Oil Kings. Jarry made 12 saves in relief. --- BRONCOS 5 REBELS 3 RED DEER, Alta. -- Andrew Johnson and Codo Gordon each scored twice as Swift Current toppled the Rebels. Jay Merkley also scored for the Broncos (30-24-8) and Graham Black tacked on four assists. Rhyse Dieno, Vukie Mpofu and Scott Feser scored for Red Deer (29-30-4). Landon Bow made 31 saves for Swift Current while Taz Burman turned aside 32-of-36 shots for the Rebels. --- BLAZERS 3 THUNDERBIRDS 2 (SO) KENT, Wash. -- Matt Bellerive scored the shootout winner as Kamloops held on to defeat Seattle. Collin Shirley and Cole Ully scored 16 seconds apart in regulation for the Blazers (13-44-5), who led 2-1 after 20 minutes. Bolton Pouliot started in net for Kamloops but left the game at the 7:03 mark of the first period, stopping 3-of-4 shots in the process. Cole Kehler earned the win by making 33 saves in relief. Alexander Delnov and Shea Theodore scored for the Thunderbirds (37-19-6) and Taran Kozun stopped 28 shots in defeat. --- TIGERS 5 HURRICANES 3 MEDICINE HAT, Alta. -- Miles Koules had two goals and an assist and the Tigers went 3 for 3 on the power play en route to defeating Lethbridge. Kyle Becker, Cole Sanford and Dylan Bredo also scored for Medicine Hat (38-21-3) and Nick Schneider made 26 saves for the win. Giorgio Estephan, Reid Duke and Jamal Watson scored for the last-place Hurricanes (12-46-5), who went 1 for 5 with the man advantage. Teagan Sacher stopped 35 shots for Lethbridge, which played without defenceman Tyler Bell after he was ejected at 18:07 of the first period for a checking-to-the-head major. --- COUGARS 2 ROCKETS 1 PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. -- Jansen Harkins scored the go-ahead goal at 8:26 of the third period as the Cougars snapped Kelownas five-game win streak. Ty Edmonds turned away 42 shots for Prince George (26-31-8), including 16 in the final period to preserve victory. Klarc Wilson also scored for the Cougars. Rourke Chartier scored for the league-leading Rockets (48-9-4) while Jordon Cooke made 23 saves in a losing cause. --- CHIEFS 6 ICE 3 SPOKANE, Wash. -- Mitch Holmberg scored three times and Carter Proft added two more goals as the Chiefs halted Kootenays four-game win streak. Marcus Messier also scored for Spokane (35-21-6) while Mike Aviani chipped in with two assists. The Ice (35-23-4) got goals from Tim Bozon, Zach Franko and Jagger Dirk. Eric Williams made 33 saves for the Chiefs. Kootenays Mackenzie Skapski allowed four goals on 15 shots in the first period and was relieved by Wyatt Hoflin to start the second. Hoflin stopped 16-of-18 shots in relief. --- SILVERTIPS 3 AMERICANS 2 (SO) KENNEWICK, Wash. -- Joshua Winquist and Patrick Bajkov both scored in the shootout to lift Everett over Tri-City. Remi Laurencelle and Matt Pufahl scored in regulation for the Silvertips (30-23-8) and Austin Lotz made 20 saves for the victory. Parker Bowles scored both goals for the Americans (27-28-7), who lost their sixth in a row. Eric Comrie turned kicked out 39-of-41 shots in a losing cause. [b]Kylian Mbappe Jersey[/b] . The Wizards gave up two seldom-used players — forward Jan Vesely and point guard Eric Maynor. Vesely goes to the Nuggets, while Maynor gets shipped to the 76ers. Philadelphia receives two second-round draft picks, one from the Wizards in 2015 and one from the Nuggets in 2016. [b]Thomas Lemar France Jersey[/b] . -- The Sacramento Kings have signed first-round pick Nik Stauskas to his rookie contract.(SportsNetwork.com) - The Miami Heat completed another exemplary regular season, but there was one team they werent able to conquer, not even in four tries. That team was the Brooklyn Nets. The two squads begin their Eastern Conference semifinals matchup Tuesday night in South Beach and the prevailing theme at the outset is can Miami, the two- time defending champs, beat the Nets? You can catch all of the action on TSN2 at 7pm et/4pm pt. "We know we can beat them, but theres a difference between regular season and the playoffs. Its going to take a collective effort," Brooklyn All-Star guard Joe Johnson said. The Nets won this seasons four regular-season matchups by a combined 12 points and three of the games were decided by a single point. Brooklyns four victories this season snapped a 13-game losing streak to the Heat. Miami swept an injured Charlotte Bobcats team in the first round. The Heat played decently, but theyve been out of action since Monday night. The long wait can work as a positive in that players can get fully healthy, but also a negative if the team loses it sharpness. "Weve been waiting around for a while," said LeBron James. "We dont have a choice, The schedule, it is what it is. Guys are definitely getting their bodies right." The Nets played Sunday afternoon and barely hung on to beat the Toronto Raptors in a Game 7 at the Air Canada Centre. They flew right to South Beach to get started on preparation for this second round. Paul Pierce blocked a Kyle Lowry attempt for the win just before the horn to preserve their season. Pierce and Kevin Garnett, two future Hall of Famers, were brought in at a steep price to give this Nets team championship credibility. [b]Adil Rami Jersey[/b]. With first-year head coach Jason Kidd on the sideline, the team needed leadership. The move didnt bring the kind of expected regular-season success, but the Nets are one of eight teams that can still wear the crown. "This was a very difficult series," Garnett said. "It tested everybodys will here. If anything, I think we grew up a bit during this series." Theyll need growth when they face the Heat. During the Bobcats series, James averaged 30.0 points, 8.0 rebounds, 6.0 assists and 2.3 steals. Chris Bosh was decent versus Charlotte with 14.5 ppg, but he shot a ridiculous 69 percent from 3-point range. Dwyane Wade, who missed a lot of time in the regular season, averaged 17.5 ppg during the Charlotte sweep, which was down a touch from the campaign. The Nets backcourt of Deron Williams and Johnson has All-Star pedigree, but appeared to slip a little during the campaign. That was until the postseason hit. Johnson averaged 21.6 points against the Raptors and dominated the post against the smaller guards trying to cover him. Williams improved his play tremendously, averaging 17.1 ppg and staying aggressive throughout, at least in Brooklyns victories. Williams tweaked his chronically bad ankle in the Toronto series, but played through it. This is the third time the two franchises will meet in the postseason and the results have been one-sided. Miami swept the Nets in the first round in 2005, then dispatched them in the second round one year later, 4-1. The Heat have won nine consecutive postseason series, which is tied for the eighth-longest in NBA history. Game 2 will be in Miami on Thursday night. ' ' '