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BARRIE, Ont. Matt Carpenter Jersey . -- Travis Dermott scored the only goal of the third period as the Erie Otters survived a 6-5 win against the Barrie Colts in Ontario Hockey League play Thursday. Michael Curtis had two goals for the league-leading Otters (32-7-2), with singles coming from Connor Brown, Dane Fox and Connor McDavid. Andre Burakovsky chipped in with four assists. Jake Dotchin, Tyson Fawcett, Brendan Lemieux, Garrett Hooey and Cordell James scored for Barrie (20-17-3). Oscar Dansk earned the win for Erie with 19 saves after starter Devin Williams was pulled for giving up four goals on 15 shots. In the Colts net, Daniel Gibl stopped 25 shots. --- STORM 4 ICEDOGS 2 ST. CATHARINES, Ont. -- Scott Kosmachuk scored the decisive goal in the third period to lift Guelph to a road win. Robby Fabbri, Ryan Horvat and Kerby Rychel also scored for the Storm (30-8-3). Brendan Perlini and Carter Verhaeghe replied for Niagara (12-22-6). Matthew Mancina stopped 29 shots in net for the Storm, while IceDogs goaltender Brent Moran made 17 saves. --- BULLS 5 PETES 4 PETERBOROUGH, Ont. -- David Tomasek scored twice including the game winner with less than two minutes left in the third period as Belleville edged the Petes. Jake Marchment also had a pair of goals for the Bulls (12-25-4), with Chad Heffernan adding a single. Peterborough (16-21-4) spread its scoring around with goals from Brandon Devlin, Josh MacDonald, Eric Cornel and Greg Betzold. Jason Da Silva turned aside 32 shots for Belleville. At the other end of the ice, Andrew DAgostini made 35 saves. --- BATTALION 4 STEELHEADS 1 NORTH BAY, Ont. -- Jake Smith needed to make just 19 saves as the Battalion cruised past Mississauga. North Bay (20-16-5) had a goal apiece from Mike Amadio, Zach Bratina, Jamie Lewis and Matt MacLeod. Greg DiTomaso scored the only goal for the Steelheads (16-22-4). Spencer Martin meanwhile stopped 27 shots in Mississaugas net. --- 67S 8 SPITFIRES 3 WINDSOR, Ont. -- Ottawa rallied from a 2-1 first-period deficit to crush the Spitfires. Travis Konecny and Brendan Bell each scored twice for the 67s (14-21-4), while Jonathan Duchesne, Ryan Van Stralen, Erik Bradford and Connor Graham added one each. Brady Vails hat trick supplied all of Windsors (25-15-1) offence. Ottawa also benefited from superb goaltending with Philippe Trudeau making 41 saves. In the Spitfires goal, Alex Fontinos stopped 33 shots. Jason Motte Jersey . The 17-year-old had four goals and four assists in 38 games for Liberec in the Czech pro league this past season. Zacha had three goals and two assists in seven games at the world mens under-18 championship in April when the Czech Republic took the silver medal. Mike Matheny Jersey . Starting from pole, the 26-year-old Vettel turned in a trademark clinical performance to win the Indian Grand Prix on Sunday and join F1 greats Juan Manuel Fangio and Michael Schumacher as just the third driver to win four consecutive championships. http://www.cardinalsrookiestore.com/Cardinals-Jedd-Gyorko-Kids-Jersey/ . UEFA said Wednesday that the champions of England and France only have to include five home-trained players in their 21-man squads next season instead of the expected eight. Only one of the five players needs to be trained by the club itself.PHILADELPHIA -- Despite a poorly timed losing streak, Maple Leafs head coach Randy Carlyle still believes Toronto can turn its season around before its too late. The Leafs dropped a 4-2 decision on Friday to the Philadelphia Flyers, their seventh straight loss, and remain outside of a post-season berth. Carlyle, however, said that his team just needs to clean up the little things and they should be fine with seven games remaining in the regular season. "Theyve proven to us before that they can play the game at a high level," said Carlyle. "If we can tidy up the turnover situation...we got to win more one-on-one battles for the puck. Those are the things at this juncture in the season thats imperative, that we win those battles. And right now were not winning enough." Leafs forward James van Riemsdyk, who scored his 29th goal of the season on Friday, agreed with his coach. "I think our work ethic has been good, we havent quit," said van Riemsdyk. "Weve played hard to the end, sometimes were just not getting the bounces." Vinny Lecavalier, Scott Hartnell, Claude Giroux and Wayne Simmonds scored for the Flyers, while goaltender Steve Mason stopped 32 shots for the win. David Bolland also scored for the Leafs and Jonathan Bernier made 25 saves in defeat. Lecavalier opened the scoring for Philadelphia 5:35 into the first period as Toronto tried to kill off 1:36 of a 5-on-3 power play. Leafs defenceman Dion Phaneuf was forced to take the face-off after centre Jay McClement was tossed from the draw. After Phaneuf lost the faceoff to Giroux, Lecavalier one timed the puck past Bernier after being set up by defenceman Kimmmo Timonen. St. Louis Cardinals Jerseys. "They score a five-on-three goal, our centre gets kicked out, I dont know if we could have covered it differently," said Carlyle. Van Riemsdyk responded for Toronto just four seconds into the second period, tying the NHL record for the fastest goal to start a period. After centre Tyler Bozak won the draw forward, van Riemsdyk skated ahead and put the puck past Mason to even the score. "Bozie made the play pretty much, he decided he was going to push it ahead," said van Riemsdyk. "He made a great play and I just fired it on net." "It was a big spark," Carlyle said of the goal. "We had a lot of momentum for our hockey club but we just werent able to carry it through." Hartnell killed any Toronto momentum when he gave Philadelphia the lead back at 11:03 of the second after a backhand tip on a shot from Timonen. Giroux made it 3-1 at 4:55 of the third period when he fired a slapper from the circle over Berniers right shoulder. Bolland brought the Leafs within a goal at 6:18. Simmonds, however, put the game out of reach at 12:39. "I look at it as we came here to work, we worked hard," said Carlyle. "Were we smart enough in some areas? No. But we gave ourselves a chance." Toronto is in a four-way tie for the two wild card spots in the Eastern Conference, but sit outside a post-season position because of playing more games than any of the other three clubs. One of those teams is the Detroit Red Wings, who the Leafs will face on Saturday. Carlyle knows a win over the Red Wings is as big as it gets. "We have an opportunity tomorrow night, its the biggest game of the year." ' ' '

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