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13/09/2016

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ERIE, Pa. Trent Cole Colts Jersey . - Connor Brown and Dane Fox both scored in regulation and in the shootout, as the Erie Otters extended their win streak to 10 games by defeating the London Knights 4-3 on Saturday in Ontario Hockey League action. Foxs goal was his league-leading 41st of the season for the Otters (29-4-1). He has 18 goals in his last 10 games. Hayden Hodgson and Darren Raddysh also scored for Erie. Ryan Rupert, Chris Tierney and Brady Austin scored for the Knights (24-6-3), who had their seven-game win streak halted. Devin Williams made 30 saves for Erie as Jake Patterson stopped 15-of-18 shots for London. The Otters went 0 for 3 on the power play while the Knights went 0 for 4. --- ICEDOGS 5 BULLS 3 BELLEVILLE, Ont. -- Brendan Perlini scored once and set up two more as Niagara downed the Bulls. Aaron Haydon and Anthony DiFruscia each had a goal and an assist for the IceDogs (10-20-4) while Graham Knott and Mitchell Fitzmorris rounded out the scoring for Niagara. Aaron Berisha, Cameron Brace and Remi Elie supplied the offence for Belleville (8-21-4). Brent Moran made 35 saves for Niagara, while Charlie Graham allowed five goals on 24 shots for the Bulls. --- PETES 3 WHALERS 2 (SO) PLYMOUTH, Mich. -- Jonatan Tanus scored the shootout winner as Peterborough handed Plymouth its eighth loss in a row. Josh Maguire and Michael Clarke scored in regulation for the Petes (13-18-3). The Whalers (11-19-4) got both goals from Ryan Horvat. Andrew DAgostini stopped 29 shots for Peterborough as Alex Nedeljkovic turned aside 28-of-30 for Plymouth. --- FRONTENACS 9 STING 1 SARNIA, Ont. -- Ryan Verbeek scored four times and Darcy Greenaway had three assists as Kingston crushed the Sting. Michael Moffat scored once and added two assists for the Frontenacs (17-10-4) while Robert Polesello, Lawson Crouse, Warren Steele and Conor McGlynn tacked on the others. Alex Carnevale scored Sarnias (11-19-3) lone goal. Matt Mahalak made 25 saves for Kingston as Barrick Brodie gave up all nine goals on 52 shots for the Sting. --- GREYHOUNDS 3 GENERALS 0 SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. -- Matt Murray turned away all 40 shots he faced as the Greyhounds blanked Oshawa for their first win in three outings. Blake Speers scored twice for Sault Ste. Marie (22-8-3) while Jared McCann had a goal and an assist. Ken Appleby started in net for the Generals (24-9-2) but was pulled after two periods after allowing three goals on 17 shots. Daniel Altshuler came in for the third and stopped all six shots he faced. The Greyhounds went 2 for 7 on the power play as Oshawa went 0 for 5. --- RANGERS 5 SPIRIT 1 SAGINAW, Mich. -- Darby Llewellyn scored twice and Matthew Greenfield made 45 saves as Kitchener snapped a three-game slide by defeating the Spirit. Scott Teskey, Max Iafrate and Curtis Meighan also scored for the Rangers (12-19-1) and Ryan MacInnis chipped in with two assists. Jimmy Lodge scored for Saginaw (16-13-5). Nikita Serebryakov stopped 36-of-40 shots for the Spirit. --- COLTS 4 SPITFIRES 3 BARRIE, Ont. -- Mackenzie Blackwood stopped 52 shots and Andrew Mangiapane scored the winner at 15:03 of the third period as the Colts slipped past Windsor. Mangiapane earned the games first star after scoring three times for Barrie (17-13-3) while Brendan Lemieux had the other. Cristiano DiGiacinto, Ben Johnson and Chris Cobham scored for Spitfires (20-11-1) and Brady Vail had two assists. Alex Fotinos stopped 33-of-37 shots for Windsor. --- STORM 4 ATTACK 0 OWEN SOUND, Ont. -- Matthew Mancina stopped 35 shots and Robby Fabbri scored twice as Guelph shutout the Attack. The Storm (22-7-3), who jumped out to a 3-0 lead after 20 minutes of play, also got goals from Scott Kosmachuk and Pius Suter. Brandon Hope turned away 31-of-34 shots for Owen Sound (16-11-5). Guelph went 2 for 6 on the power play while the Attack failed to score on three chances with the man advantage. Pat McAfee Jersey .Y. -- The Buffalo Sabres have placed centre Cody Hodgson on injured reserve and recalled two players from their AHL affiliate in Rochester. Jack Mewhort Jersey . Now tied for second in the league in shootout goals, the 24-year-old likes to see what the opposing goaltender has in store before he ultimately lands on a move. http://www.thecoltsofficialstore.com/authentic-vontae-davis-colts-jersey/ . "We have always prided ourselves on the way we play defence. Having two big pieces back is going to be a key for us moving forward for years to come," said Knighthawks head coach Mike Hasen.NEW YORK -- The result of the New York Islanders preseason game at the Barclays Center on Saturday night was secondary to the initial impression the arena left on the team and its fans. "It was great," New York coach Jack Capuano said after the Islanders lost 3-0 to the New Jersey Devils in the first NHL game played in the Barclays Center. Cory Schneider made 26 saves, Jacob Josefson scored the first NHL goal in Barclays Center history at 10:14 of the first period, and Patrik Elias and Steve Bernier added goals for New Jersey. Evgeni Nabokov made 22 saves for New York. The first NHL game played in Brooklyn drew a crowd of 14,689. Barclays Center holds 15,813 for hockey, although Barclays Center CEO Brett Yormark envisions adding "100-300" seats as part of a "West End Club." Barclays seats 17,732 for college basketball and the NBAs Brooklyn Nets, and holds 19,000 for concerts. "When you sell over 13,000 for a preseason game, were thrilled," Yormark said. "We know we can sell hockey in Brooklyn. Twenty-six per cent of (the) ticket buyers are from Brooklyn." The Islanders will officially move into $1 billion arena before the 2015-16 season. Saturday nights exhibition game was a trial run to introduce the year-old building to fans, and Yormark said the response he received was overwhelmingly positive. "I walked every area of the building," he said. "I was stopped (by fans who said), Brett, we love the building. Brett, we love the building." Yormarks words were echoed by Islanders fans used to the 41-year-oldd Nassau Coliseum. Vontae Davis Colts Jersey. "Great, beautiful building," said Frank Smarra, a self-proclaimed lifelong Islanders fan from Astoria, Queens. "(It is) clean, roomy. (It) generates a lot of excitement. "(Its) a whole new slate for the organization. I think things are finally falling into place." Smarra said the "45-minute" subway ride from Queens to Brooklyn was easy compared to driving and paying for parking at Nassau Coliseum. One of the Barclays selling points is its convenience, as 11 New York City bus and subway lines stop there, as does the Long Island Rail Road. When he spoke with reporters following the Islanders practice session at Barclays on Sept. 12, team owner Charles Wang reiterated that his team has a lease at the Nassau Coliseum for the next two seasons, but did not reject the notion of his team playing regular-season games in Brooklyn next year. While acknowledging he had to have discussions with team and building officials, Yormark did not dismiss the idea of Barclays playing host to regular-season games next season. "I have to sit with Charles (and) Bruce Ratner after (the game) tonight," Yormark said. "(But the) building is ready to be a host NHL venue." New York defenceman Travis Hamonic agreed. "But this obviously is going to be our home for a long time. So in my opinion the more games we play here (will be) awesome," Hamonic said. "Were looking forward to it. Its a great building, an unreal atmosphere and a great spot. So were going to be here for years to come." 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