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VICTORIAVILLE, Que. - Yan Pavel Laplante scored four goals as the Victoriaville Tigres humbled the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles with a 12-3 blowout in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League play Saturday. Laplante scored the first three goals of the game and all four in the first period. The opening 11 minutes of the game included a hat trick by Laplante and a hooking penalty called on him that resulted in a missed Cape Breton penalty shot. Laplantes two assists gave him a six-point game. Gabriel Gagne and Carl Marois scored two each for the Tigres (18-19-6), while Jean-Francois Plante added a single and Angelo Miceli had a goal and five assists. Cameron Darcy had two goals for the Screaming Eagles (22-18-3) with Loik Leveille also scoring. Francois Tremblay finished with 30 saves for Victoriaville. In Cape Bretons net, Zachary Fortin allowed 10 goals on 30 shots. He was replaced with 15 minutes left in the game by Alex Bureau, who gave up two goals on seven shots. --- MOOSEHEADS 4 TITAN 2 HALIFAX -- Nikolaj Ehlers scored twice as the Mooseheads doubled Acadie-Bathurst. Brent Andrews and Darcy Ashley also scored for Halifax (27-16-1). Mark Trickett and Simon Fortier replied for the Titan (16-23-4). Kevin Darveau turned aside 17 shots in Halifaxs net, while at the other end of the ice Jacob Brennan made 32 saves. --- CATARACTES 4 WILDCATS 2 MONCTON, N.B. -- Shawinigans three unanswered goals in the second period put them ahead of the Wildcats for good. Alexis DAoust, Anthony Beauvillier, Felix-Antoine Bergeron and Gabriel Slight had a goal apiece for the Cataractes (11-27-6). Jacob Sweeney, with a short-handed goal, and Christophe Lalonde had goals for Moncton (23-20-2). Shawinigans Marvin Cupper stopped 33 shots. Monctons Alex Dubeau meanwhile made 17 saves. --- REMPARTS 3 SEA DOGS 1 QUEBEC CITY -- Adam Erne scored twice as the Remparts contained Saint John. Nick Sorensen added a single for Quebec (24-12-8). Noah Zilberts goal with one minute left in regulation was all the offence the league-worst Sea Dogs (11-27-3) would get. Remparts goaltender Francois Brassard finished with 26 saves, one better than Sebastien Auger had for the Sea Dogs. --- DRAKKAR 3 HUSKIES 2 ROUYN-NORANDA, Que. -- Baie-Comeau roared back from a 2-0 deficit to beat the Huskies. Dominic Poulin, Alexandre Ranger and Francis Turbide scored three unanswered goals for the Drakkar (27-12-4). Jeremy Lauzon and Francis Beauvillier had goals for Rouyn-Noranda (25-12-5). Baie-Comeau goaltender Simon Lemieux kicked out 27 shots. At the other end of the ice, Alexandre Belanger made 26 saves. Ugg Boots Green Monday Sale 2014 . - Nevada regulators are considering sanctions against an Ultimate Fighting Championship star accused of avoiding an official who showed up unannounced at his gym to collect a sample to test for banned substances. Ugg Boots For Womens On Sale . The 5-foot-9, 195-pound Branch had 518 catches for 6,644 yards and 39 touchdowns over a career spent mostly with the New England Patriots. http://www.greenmondayshoesboots.com/ . -- Pittsburgh Pirates right-hander Jeff Karstens says that this spring hes got the mindset of a starting pitcher. Ugg Boots Green Monday 2014 .Manager Manuel Pellegrini made the announcement on Tuesday.Kolarov could miss all three of Citys remaining Champions League group matches. As well as facing CSKA Moscow on Wednesday, the Premier League champion has fixtures against Roma and Bayern Munich as it attempts to qualify for the knockout stages. Green Monday Ugg Boots Sale . -- The Minnesota Vikings are struggling both on and off the field. HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. -- Carl Pettersson couldnt have had a better time with Colt Knost at the RBC Heritage. He hopes to have as much fun when the two play again on Sunday. Pettersson had a run of five straight birdies on the front nine and finished with a birdie on the 18th hole for a 66 and a one-stroke lead over Knost heading into the final round of the RBC Heritage on Saturday. Pettersson and Knost chatted and laughed throughout the round, looking more like a pair of duffers at the local muni out for a weekend round rather than pro golfers chasing a PGA Tour title. "Two fat guys played in three hours 48 minutes," Pettersson said with a smile. "That was pretty good. But we had a good time." Especially Pettersson who used his birdie streak to overtake a nervous Knost and build a three-shot lead through 10 holes. Knost tamed the butterflies enough to find the game that had him in the lead here after Thursday and Friday, tying for the top after Petterssons bogey on the par-5 15th hole. Pettersson moved in front at the end with a stunning approach that slid by the cup on No. 18 for a closing birdie. The two will match up once again in the final pairing Sunday. "Im going to try tomorrow to have fun," said Knost, seeking his first win on the PGA Tour. Zach Johnson, the 2007 Masters winner, shot a 66 to move to third at 8 under, three behind the leaders. Two-time RBC Heritage champion Boo Weekley had a 70 and was in fourth another shot behind. Defending champ Brandt Snedeker (69), Kevin Na (70) and Robert Garrigus (70) were next at 6 under. Calgarys Stephen Ames shot a 66 to improve to 24th at 2-under par, while Graham DeLaet of Weyburn, Sask., hit a 73 to finish the day tied for 52nd at 2 over. World No. 1 Luke Donald failed to make a move toward keeping the top spot, his even-par 71 leaving him at 2 over and tied for 52nd. Donald needs to finish eighth or better to fend off No. 2 Rory McIlroy, who like Masters champion Bubba Watson and most other top golfers, was taking the week off. Knosts roller coaster of a round included a 190-yard drive off No. 1 to take bogey followed by an eagle on No. 2. And there were plenty of missed fairways on the tight holes of Harbour Town Golf Links. Still, he kept close enough with a 69. "I could have got rattled pretty easy after that start," Knost said. "But like I said, Im really proud of the way I hung in." Pettersson threatened to turn the tournament into a runaway with his early birdie streak. Knost would not let that happen, overcoming some unsteady play to keep close to his playing partner. It sure wasnt eassy for Knost.dddddddddddd He came to the first tee with a two-stroke lead, then knocked his opening tee shot into some pine straw right of the fairway and took bogey. He followed that by rolling in a 48-foot eagle putt from the left fringe on No. 2 and flashed a wide smile that even had Pettersson grinning. Knosts up-and-down ride continued through the front nine. There was the lipout on No. 3 for bogey, the layup and chip to 10 feet on the par-5 fifth for birdie, and solid par saves from the bunker on No. 7 and from some more pine straw on No. 8. Then on the ninth after another wayward drive, Knost punched it to 10 feet and made the birdie to stay one behind Pettersson. Things swung Petterssons way once more on the 10th, his lead growing to three shots after he made birdie and Knost was short on his approach and missed an 8-foot attempt at par. Still, Knost kept grinding. A birdie on the 13th hole drew Knost with a stroke and the pair was tied at the top at 11 under when Pettersson took bogey on the par-5 15th hole. The two matched pars until the windswept 18th when Pettersson struck a stunning approach that slid by the cup and settled 8 feet past. He rolled in the putt with a smile on his face. "I managed to birdie the 18th, which was nice," Pettersson said. Johnson put together his second straight sub-70 round to move into third. He has largely struggled at Harbour Town, his best showing a tie for sixth the week after he slipped on the green jacket five years ago. Johnsons round took flight with an eagle on No. 5. He closed with birdies on the 16th and 18th as he looks for his first victory since the Crown Plaza Invitational at Colonial in 2010. "Weve still got 18 holes," Johnson said. "The last four or five holes, if Im near the lead, we can get after it a little bit." Donald, starting almost five hours before the leaders, never got things going. Without an absolute miracle he will fall from No. 1 after he finishes Sunday, surrendering the top spot to McIlroy, who is off spending time with girlfriend Caroline Wozniacki as she competes in Denmark, according to the tennis stars tweets. Donald took the top spot from McIlroy last month. Whose got the edge over Harbour Town? Pettersson, 34, has won four times on tour while Knost, an amateur star whos struggled at this level, acknowledged his nervousness getting ready. "I dont know," Pettersson said. "Ive only won four times out here, so its not like ... Im not Phil or Tiger or anybody." Knost planned to spend some time on the range after his round working on his tee shots. "I got a chance going into tomorrow and Im excited," he said. ' ' ' NFL,NHL,NBA,MLB,soccer,NCAA jerseys Wholesale
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