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The Ottawa Senators took both of their split squad games against the Toronto Maple Leafs Wednesday, edging their provincial rivals 4-3 in a shootout on the road in Toronto and topping them 3-2 at home. Gary Harris Jersey . Bobby Ryan scored twice to lead the Ottawa Senators to a 3-2 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs in pre-season action Wednesday night. It was a split squad game as the two teams were also playing in Toronto. Matt Puempel scored a power-play goal and Craig Anderson stopped 20 shots for the Senators. Sam Carrick and Morgan Rielly scored for the Leafs. Antoine Bibeau allowed two goals on 18 shots while Cal Heeter, who came in midway through the second, allowed one goal on 17 shots. Ottawa made it 3-1 on Ryans second goal of the game early in the third. Ryan tipped a Patrick Mullen point shot that Heeter couldnt handle. With 26 seconds remaining Rielly made it 3-2 as he beat Anderson high stick side. The Leafs nearly tied the game in the dying seconds when Daniel Winnick hit the post. After a scoreless first the Senators jumped out to a 2-0 lead before the Leafs made it 2-1 on Carricks goal midway through the period. Ryan opened the scoring at the six-minute mark, beating Bibeau shortside. Then Puempel, who continues to make a good impression, tipped an Erik Karlsson point shot and then grabbed his own rebound to make it 2-0 to the delight of the 15,865 on hand. Carrick cut the lead in half as he was able to beat Anderson from in close. Shots were 11-11 after the first period, but Ottawa had the better chances -- specifically Ryan. Ryan had two solid chances, but it was the second of the two that was most frustrating for Ryan as he took a great pass from Clarke MacArthur and then put the shot right in Bibeaus chest. Meanwhile in Toronto, or once it was all good for a Maple Leafs goaltender that they got badly outshot. The Leafs gave up 18 shots and put nine on net in James Reimers half of his pre-season debut, and Reimer stopped all of them. Even after the Ottawa Senators came back to win 4-3 in a shootout, the most positive result of the split-squad game at Air Canada Centre on Wednesday night was Reimers strong performance. "Exhibitions all about getting ready," Reimer said. "Its all about shaking off the rust and getting prepared. The more shots, the more work. Obviously it pays off more when the season starts." Reimer, whose struggles played a role in an eight-game losing streak late last season that destroyed Torontos playoff chances, got a nice round of applause from the crowd when shown on video screens after working a perfect 30 minutes 14 seconds. "Ive said it a million times: The fans here are unbelievable, and I love playing in this city and I love playing in front of them," Reimer said. "Obviously to get a little love, its great." The Leafs led 2-0 on goals by Nazem Kadri and Jake Gardiner (on the power play) when Reimer gave way to Christopher Gibson. Shane Prince scored for the Senators, and James van Riemsdyk answered for Toronto. Alex Chiasson (short-handed) and Ryan Dzingel scored for Ottawa to force overtime, and Milan Michalek had the shootout winner. Robin Lehner played the entire night and stopped 24 of the 27 shots he faced. The Leafs were outshot 35-27 overall. "We had chances," said Leafs rookie William Nylander, who said he felt calmer with the puck in his second pre-season game. "We had chances to win the game." The Senators also won the game between the teams at Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa thanks to two goals by Bobby Ryan. The final score was 3-2, but Daniel Winnik had a chance to tie it in the final seconds when he hit the post. Before there was shootout drama in Toronto, Reimer shut the door in his first work in a Leafs uniform since last seasons collapse. The 26-year-old, who signed a two-year deal over the summer as a restricted free agent, has said in training camp he intends to compete with Jonathan Bernier for the No. 1 job. Coach Randy Carlyle, who has continued to call Bernier and Reimer "1A and 1B" goaltenders, said after exhibition glimpses of each that "the evaluation will continue on Friday night." The Leafs expect to have another round of cuts before taking the ice Friday night at the Buffalo Sabres, when they could have injured forwards Tyler Bozak and David Clarkson in the lineup. By then, the Leafs could be ready to give a goaltender a full games worth of action. But Reimer didnt mind easing in to the pre-season. "You start with the half-game, its just a nice baby step into getting things going," Reimer said. "Obviously the biggest part of goaltending is being mentally focused for 60 minutes and thats a task in itself, let alone not doing it for six months. "When you can get in there and kind of get your rhythm and play a half-game to start, its something I prefer." Notes -- Bobby Ryan, Chris Neil and Erik Karlsson all wore an "A" for the Senators. Daniel Winnik, Colton Orr and Morgan Rielly wore the "A" for the Leafs. Injured Leafs forwards Tyler Bozak and David Clarkson practised Wednesday and could play Friday at the Buffalo Sabres. ... First-round pick William Nylander, who scored Tuesday night, was held off the score sheet in his second career pre-season game and hit the post in the shootout. Dikembe Mutombo Jersey . -- Victor Bernardez tied the game with his second goal in the 95th minute and the San Jose Earthquakes drew 3-3 with Real Salt Lake on Saturday night. Dikembe Mutombo Nuggets Jersey . "That was a great lift for the staff," Padres manager Bud Black said. Yonder Alonso and Yasmani Grandal homered, and Chase Headley drove in three runs, as the Padres beat the Chicago Cubs 11-1 on Friday night. http://www.authenticnuggetsproshop.com/Gary-Harris-Jersey/ . The 155th edition of the Plate for Canadian-foaled three-year-olds, the oldest continuously run stakes race in North America, will be televised live on TSN in HD (High Definition) in a special presentation from 4:30 – 6:00 pm ET. Post time is 5:38 pm.After winning the Phoenix Open twice in a three-year span, J.B. Holmes was starting to make a name for himself on the PGA Tour. Thanks in part to his second victory at the greatest show on turf, Holmes made his first Ryder Cup team, and looked destined to be a long-standing member of U.S. international teams. That was all derailed when he began battling vertigo-like symptoms in the 2011 season. In his last three starts that year, he missed two cuts and had to withdraw from the PGA Championship. Shortly thereafter, Holmes was on the operating table undergoing brain surgery. He was diagnosed with structural defects in his cerebellum, or Chiari malformations. During the surgery, he had a quarter-sized piece of his skull removed. He came back and played a full season on the PGA Tour in 2012, but managed only two top-10 finishes, both of which came before the Masters. In March of last year, Holmes was roller-blading as part of his conditioning routine, but suffered an awkward fall in which he broke his left ankle. As he rehabbed that injury, Holmes decided it was time to go under the knife, again. This time, Holmes was going to have his troublesome left elbow fixed. Why not? He wasnt fully ready to come back to the tour anyway. Once the calendar changed to 2014, Holmes was ready to go. He waited until late January at the Farmers Insurance Open to make his debut. It has been a slow build to fully get back into game shape. He had more finishes outside the top 50 -- five -- than he had inside the top 20 -- four. However, all four of those top-20 finishes came in his last five starts before the Wells Fargo Championship. Entering the Wells Fargo, Holmes had shot par or better in 14 or his last 20 rounds, and that trend continued at Quail Hollow. Holmes shot 2-under 70 in the opening round, then went 11-under par in the middle two rounds to take the lead entering the final round. Coming down the stretch, he led by two and made the finish interesting. Jim Furyk sat two strokes back and had been in the clubhouse for nearly two hours. He started to pack his things while Holmes was on 18, but stopped when Holmes hit a poor chip shot. Needing to get down in two putts for the win, Holmes did just that to close out a 1-under 71. The win was his third on the PGA Tour. Among the biggest aspects of the victory for Holmes is that he now qualifies for all four majors. When he tees it up at Pinehurst for the U.S. Open next month, it will mark his first start in a major since that 2011 PGA Championship, which he had to withdraw from. Next spring, hell return to Augusta National for the Masters for the first time since 2008. He also moved himself into conttention for a spot on the U. Paul Millsap Nuggets Jersey. S. Ryder Cup team. Holmes did go 2-0-1 as a captains pick at the 2008 Ryder Cup, and not many Americans in line for this years team have winning records. Those things are far off at this point, but for Holmes to even be in that conversation is a huge victory by itself. Now that he is healthy, we are seeing what kind of player Holmes once was, and can be again. A word of warning, though. After Holmes other two wins, which were in February 2006 and February 2008, he posted only two more top-10 finishes in those seasons and both were in 08. The way Holmes is playing now, it isnt hard to see him bucking that trend the rest of this season. LPGAS BEST AMERICANS TOO HOT, TOO SOON? Whether it is the Solheim Cup, Ryder Cup or Presidents Cup, each teams captain wants her players to be playing their best heading into that event. Three potential U.S. Solheim Cup team members are off to scorching starts this year on the LPGA Tour. Stacy Lewis just earned her first win this past weekend in Texas, and that was her eighth top-10 finish in nine starts. Michelle Wie also has a win and six top-10s in nine events, while team stalwart Cristie Kerr has six top-10s in eight tournaments. Is it too much too soon? The Solheim Cup wont be played for another 16 months. Captain Juli Inkster has to be happy to see how well some of her potential team members are playing right now. The Americans suffered a crushing defeat last year at the Solheim Cup, and the players from that team, and those hoping to make the 2015 squad, want to make sure what happened last year doesnt happen again. Five of the 10 winners this year on the LPGA Tour have been Americans, while two wins were by a European, Anna Nordqvist. With many of the tours top players hailing from Asia, having Americans winning half of the tours events is a great start for the team. Lets just hope they can keep the momentum going. MINI-TIDBITS - Dont try to blame John Daly for slow play problems, whatever tour he may be playing on. Daly was the first out in the final round of the Web.com event last weekend, and played as a single. Daly cruised around in 2 hours, 21 minutes. There are twosomes that dont play nine holes that fast at some tournaments. - From the where-are-they-now category, we bring you the curious case of Anthony Kim. According to a Golf Channel report last week, Kim rarely plays golf anymore. Kim had three PGA Tour wins by the age of 25, but he hasnt been seen on tour since 2012. The 28-year-old battled wrist, forearm and elbow injuries before tearing his Achilles. We might never know how great he could have been had he stayed healthy. ' ' '

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