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OSHAWA, Ont. -- Michael Dal Colle scored twice and Cole Cassels had four assists as the Oshawa Generals blanked the visiting Peterborough Petes 6-0 on Friday in Ontario Hockey League play. Oshawas Daniel Altshuller made 23 saves for his fourth-career shutout while Scott Laughton had a goal and two assists. Chris Carlisle, Bradley Latour and Brian Hughes also scored for Generals (22-7-2). Peterborough (11-17-3) defencemen Clark Seymour and Connor Bolland were each minus-3. Andrew DAgostini stopped 41-of-47 shots for the Petes, who are winless in three contests. Oshawa went 2 for 6 on the power play while Peterborough failed to score on three chances with the man advantage. --- FRONTENACS 5 COLTS 2 KINGSTON, Ont. -- Ryan Kujawinski scored twice and Matt Mahalak made 37 saves as the Frontenacs extended their winning streak to five games by downing Barrie. Slater Doggett had a goal and an assist for Kingston (16-9-3) while Mack Lemmon and Sam Bennett had the others. Andrew Mangiapane scored once for the Colts (14-11-3) and set up Matt Kreis goal as well. Mackenzie Blackwood stopped 31-of-36 shots for Barrie. --- OTTERS 2 67S 0 OTTAWA -- Andre Burakovsky scored his 20th goal of the season and added an assist as the Otters blanked the 67s for their sixth win in a row. Dane Fox also scored for Erie (25-4-1), and goalie Oscar Dansk stopped 32 shots for the shutout. Philippe Trudeau made 31 saves for Ottawa (10-15-3). Erie was 1 for 3 on the power play while the 67s were scoreless in four man-advantage opportunities. --- GREYHOUNDS 4 WHALERS 3 PLYMOUTH, Mich. -- Brandon Halverson made 36 saves, and Jared McCann had a goal and an assist to lead Sault Ste. Marie over the Whalers. Andrew Fritsch, Blake Speers, and Jean Dupuy also scored for the Greyhounds (20-6-3), while Darnell Nurse helped with two assists on the night. Zach Lorentz scored twice for the Whalers (11-16-3), and Mathieu Henderson scored in the third period to pull Plymouth to within one goal. Whalers goalie Alex Nedeljkovic stopped 33 shots in the losing effort. --- ATTACK 5 STORM 3 GUELPH, Ont. -- Gemel Smith had two goals and an assist and Brandon Hope stopped 43 shots as Owen Sound toppled Guelph. Holden Cook also scored twice for the Attack (15-10-5) and Zach Nastasiuk had a goal and an assist. Robby Fabbri had a pair of goals for the Storm (20-6-3) while Nick Ebert scored once. Justin Nichols started in goal for Guelph but was pulled after giving up three goals on eight shots. Matthew Mancina replaced Nichols and stopped 11-of-12 shots in two periods of relief. --- RANGERS 5 SPIRIT 3 KITCHENER, Ont. -- Darby Llewellyn scored his 15th and 16th goals of the season and Max Iafrate had four assists to lift the Rangers over Saginaw. Nick Magyar also scored for Kitchener (11-16-1), while Brent Pederson and Brandon Robinson added power-play goals. Radek Faska had three assists. The Spirit (15-11-4) were led offensively by Kristoff Kontos, who scored two. Nick Moutrey added the other. Jordan DeKort stopped 37 shots for the victory while Saginaws Nikita Serebryakov made 34 saves in the losing cause. --- KNIGHTS 5 SPITFIRES 4 (OT) LONDON, Ont. -- Max Domi scored 1:11 into extra time as the Knights edged Windsor for its fourth straight victory. Bo Horvat had a goal and two assists for London (21-6-2) while Michael McCarron, Chris Tierney and Josh Anderson added a goal each. Remy Giftopoulos scored twice for the Spitfires (18-10-1) and Josh Ho-Sang had three assists. Brady Vail and Slater Koekkoek added the others. Anthony Stolarz made 23 saves for the Knights while Dalen Kuchmey stopped 42 shots for Windsor. --- ICEDOGS 4 STEELHEADS 3 (SO) MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -- Jordan Maletta scored the shootout winner as Niagara handed the Steelheads their fifth loss in a row. Vince Dunn, Eric Ming and Matt Gillard scored in regulation for the IceDogs (8-18-4), who won for the first time in three outings. Bobby MacIntyre scored twice for Mississauga (13-15-3) and Josh Burnside added the other. Brent Moran made 30 saves for Niagara while Spencer Martin turned aside 22 shots for the Steelheads. --- WOLVES 7 STING 6 (OT) SUDBURY, Ont. -- Nathan Pancel scored twice, including the winner, and added an assist as the Wolves slipped past Sarnia. Connor Crisp and Mathew Campagna also scored two goals apiece for Sudbury (14-9-7), who won its fourth game in a row, while Jacob Harris scored once. Daniel Nikandrov had two goals for the Sting (10-17-3) and Nikolay Goldobin scored once and set up two more. Tyler Hore and Nikita Korostelev each had a goal and an assist and Nick Sproviero scored once to round out Sarnias offence. Franky Palazzese made 24 saves for the Wolves while Taylor Dupuis, the much busier of the netminders, stopped 57-of-64 shots in a losing cause. Negozio Online Nike Air Max . Louis Blues, having added Ryan Miller and Steve Ott from Buffalo, remain the No. Air Max 270 React Italia . LOUIS -- The Atlanta Braves used a two-run rally in the ninth to end their road trip with a win. http://www.airmaxscarpescontate.it/scarp...ezzo-basso.html. Bookies were offering odds of 13/1 before kickoff that the home team Houston Dynamo would prevail by three goals to nil. Nike Air Max Italia . -- Two nights after losing to the Eastern Conferences worst team, the Phoenix Coyotes handled the best. Nike Air Max 90 Essential Sconti . The 31-year-old, a two-time CFL lineman of the year, was among the most coveted free agents on the market. The Windsor, Ont., native will be especially important to a team that has lost veteran quarterback Anthony Calvillo to retirement and is expected to go with the less experienced Troy Smith and Tanner Marsh this season.MONTREAL - The tightly cornered Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve is a different track than most in Formula One, but dont expect the Mercedes AMG team to be any less dominant. The Mercedes duo of three-time Canadian Grand Prix champion Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg has won all six races to start the season, finishing one-two in the last five. They will be the favourites again despite the close walls and hard braking on the 4.361-kilometre circuit. "I dont think it will be different from the other weeks before," a resigned Nico Hulkenberg of the Force India team said Thursday. The race weekend begins with practice on Friday, and qualifying on Saturday, before the grandstands on the island track across from downtown Montreal fill up on what is expected to be sunny, warm day for the 45th Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday. It will be first experience for Canadian fans of the quieter, more fuel-efficient 1.6-litre turbo engines introduced this year, which have dropped the formerly dominant Red Bull team down the grid and raised Mercedes AMG to near-invincibility. In the opening six events, Rosberg has two wins and finished second four times to lead drivers standings with 122 points. Hamilton has four wins and one second to sit second with 118 points. Next closest is Ferraris Fernando Alonso, a two-time world champion, with 61 points. Sebastian Vettel, the F1 champion the last four years with Red Bull, is sixth with 45. Some felt the peculiar Gilles-Villeneuve track, which features long straightaways leading into sharp turns, a hairpin and some tricky chicanes, might close the power gap on Mercedes. No such luck, said Hamilton. "Ill be guessing, but I dont feel that will be the case," the 29-year-old Briton said. "Were particularly strong in the straights, the Mercedes are, but I dont know. "Maybe well be surprised this weekend, but the long straights do suit us very well. We have a very good power unit in our engines. Mercedes has done the best job with the engines, so Renault and Ferrari would have had to have done an exceptional job coming into this weekend in that area to be able to keep up with us on the straights." The Mercedes supremacy is drawing comparisons to 1988, when the McLaren Honda team of Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost won 15 of the 16 races on the schedule, with the Brazilian taking eight and Prost winning seven. "In a way Im honoured to hear those comparisons because that was an extremely high-level, big battle at the time,, but I leave it at that," said Rosberg.dddddddddddd. "I dont really compare myself to that era. I want to do my own thing." It seems the only thing that can stop Mercedes may be infighting between Hamilton and Rosberg, but even the tension that was building between them looks to have abated since a blow-up at Monaco two weeks ago, when Hamilton felt Rosberg cheated him of a chance to claim pole position. Hamilton tweeted recently "we spoke and were cool, still friends #noproblem." The Hamilton-Rosberg duo already has Mercedes 141 points clear of Red Bull and 162 points ahead of Ferrari in the constructors championship. Vettel has had bad luck in Canada in the past, but broke through last year when he cruised to win from the pole, finishing 14 seconds ahead of Alonso. Now hes grasping at any edge to stay competitive. "It will be difficult to match the Mercedes-powered cars down the straights," the German said. "There are also some corners here and weve been competitive in the past. "We were in a very good position in to win the race in 2011 and we won last year, so we have reason to be confident. But we know it could be a difficult weekend. "We know that the corners are very tricky and demanding here and you can make up a lot of time in the corners. Well try to do our best down the straights and try to do better than everyone else on the corners." Another leveller could be the infamous wall of champions, a concrete barrier at the chicane leading to the final stretch to the finish line. Over the years, some of the sports greatest drivers have crashed into it. Jenson Button of McLaren Mercedes is confident that even with the lighter back end on this years cars they should get through the turn OK. "Weve been driving these cars all year and if we can drive these cars around Monaco, I think well be all right around here," he said. The McLaren, Force India and Williams teams also use Mercedes engines, but none has put the package of engine and car together quite like Mercedes AMG. "In terms of the development of the car, it is working and were going in the right direction," said Button, the 2011 Canadian Grand Prix winner who has found himself battling just to get into the points by finishing in the top 10 this season. "Its tough. "When youve been fighting for wins and the team is used to fighting for wins, its difficult when you find yourself in this situation." ' ' '

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