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ST. JOHNS, N.L. - Harri Sateri made 27 saves in regulation time and seven more in a shootout to lead the Worcester Sharks to a 3-2 win over the St. Johns IceCaps on Friday in American Hockey League action. It took 18 shooters to finish the game, with Sena Acolatse beating IceCaps goalie Eddie Pasquale fivehole for the winner. Jason Jaffray and Jerome Samson scored for the IceCaps (7-7-1) in regulation. Matt Tennyson and Freddie Hamilton replied for the Sharks (3-7-1). The Sharks opened the scoring 10:55 into the second period, as Tennyson found the net on the power play with a high wrist shot from the point. With 7:44 left in the second, IceCaps captain Jaffray broke loose on a power-play breakaway, tying the game, off a pass up the middle from defenceman Brenden Kichton. http://www.teambrazilsoccer.com/Miranda … ca-Jersey/ . The Jets will try to overcome the loss of Evander Kane and a 7-12-4 road record when they visit the Carolina Hurricanes tonight at RBC Center. The game is available on TSN Jets in the Jets viewing region at 6:30pm et/5:30pm ct. http://www.teambrazilsoccer.com/Luiz-Gu … ca-Jersey/ .J. -- The New York Giants placed starting centre David Baas on injured reserve Wednesday after he sustained his third injury this season. http://www.teambrazilsoccer.com/Douglas … ca-Jersey/ . 5 Baylor wiped out a 21-point deficit in the final 11 minutes to beat No. 9 TCU 61-58 on Saturday. http://www.teambrazilsoccer.com/Coutinh … ca-Jersey/ .ca. Hi Kerry, Everyone does it, everyone knows it happens but what can referees to stop the delaying tactics used by teams after an icing call? In the first period between Vancouver and Buffalo on Sunday, Buffalo iced the puck and suddenly Zenon Konopka needed a new stick. http://www.teambrazilsoccer.com/Fred-Co … ca-Jersey/ . He probably didnt envision this. The Bears waited out a long rain delay and put in extra time to come away with a much-needed win. LETHBRIDGE, Alta. -- The illness Heather Nedohins team managed to avoid at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts caught up with them at the world womens curling championship. Nedohin managed a 7-5 win over Russias Anna Sidorova on Tuesday without regular second Jessica Mair. "She did have a bit of a rough night, but was feeling better by this morning," Nedohin said. "Stomach flu, I hope. Shes getting medical assistance this morning." Canada was tied for first with Ji-Sun Kim of South Korea at 5-1. Nedohin had a game at night against Swedens Margaretha Sigfriddson (4-2). Illness is a theme running through championship curling events in Canada this year. A vicious stomach bug knocked several players out of multiple games at the Canadian womens championship last month in Red Deer, Alta., although Nedohins team dodged it. Ontario lead Craig Savill sat out two games early at the Canadian mens championship with similar symptoms, but played on the final weekend for Glenn Howard who won the Brier. Mair took herself out of the previous nights loss to Denmark after the sixth end. Alternate Amy Nixon came off the bench cold and curled 98 per cent, but the Canadians lost that game in an extra end. Nixon was back in the lineup against Russia and was rated at 78 per cent. "I play better going in cold. So if I play again, Ill wait until the very last second," Nixon said wryly. "Im hoping Jessica can come back because its a lot easier with your core team members, but Im ready to go if necessary." Curling teams routinely book a hotel room that can serve as a quarantine room. Nixon has moved in with lead Laine Peters so Mair can have her own quarters. Dealing with illness on the team is easier when the world championship is in Canada because of familiarity with the medical system, Nedohin said. But its also stressful for a player to take herself out of the game. "Its really crummy as a player," Nedohin said. "You could see it in her eyes last night. She was crying. We all want to be here. Its hard not to have Jess, but its not a big deal. "Its Tuesday and well have her back by the playoffs." The top four teams advance to playoffs at the conclusion of the round robin Thursday. South Koreas Kim, the surprise of this world championship, stole single points in the 10th and an extra end to beat Denmarks Lene Nielson 9-8 in the afternoon draw. Kim won just two games at last years world championship in Esjberg, Denmark. The petite skips hands were shaking after pulling out the win. "Very fun, or . . . unbelievable," she said. "I very, very (much) wanted to win." Canada faces the South Koreans on Wednesday morning.dddddddddddd. "I think it will be very difficult," Kim said. "Thats OK, no problem. Not scared. (Were) ready." Sweden and Switzerlands Mirjam Ott was 4-2 ahead of Russia, Denmark, Scotlands Eve Muirhead and Germanys Melanie Robillard at 3-4. Linda Klimova of the Czech Republic, Chinas Bingyu Wang, Allison Pottinger of the U.S., and Diana Gaspari of Italy were all 2-4. The success of Nedohins team is partly due to their on-ice chemistry. Nedohin and vice Beth Iskiw banter at the back of the house, while lead Peters and Mair often break into giggles while theyre sweeping. A lineup change has the potential to be disruptive, but Peters and Nixon, the two Calgary-based players on the team, play in a league together. "Were buddies," Nixon said. "We play on a Wednesday-night league team. We were out there today and I said Its exactly like league." Russia seems not to care about team chemistry. Its a common practice by coach Olga Andrianova to move players in and out of the lineup based on their performance. Third Liudmila Privivkova was benched the previous day, but was inserted into the game after the fourth end against Canada at second for Nkeiruka Ezekh. The Russians spend considerable time in North America playing World Curling Tour events in order to prepare their team for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Their game is familiar to Nedohin, if the makeup of their team isnt. "I recognized everyone of them. The only uncertainty is what their lineup is going to be," she said. "Its ever-changing." Nixon brings the experience of playing in an Olympic Games. She was third for Shannon Kleibrinks team that won bronze in 2006 in Turin, Italy. She knows what its like to be sick at a major championship. Nixon had a similar bug while playing in the semifinal and bronze-medal games at the Olympics. "I can exactly imagine how Jess feels. Its so stressful and frustrating and heart-wrenching," Nixon said. "You want to come in when you can, but youre not exactly sure how youre going to feel when you get sweeping. Its a hard call to make." Nixon recently parted company with Kleibrink after nine years to skip her own team. Kleibrinks not the only elite womens team to make changes. Amber Holland, last years Canadian champion, said earlier this week shes disbanding her Kronau, Sask., foursome. "What Amber Holland said yesterday kind of resonated with me, which is every team has its time," Nixon said. "We had a good run. Its a great team with great players. I think theyll be wildly successful without me. I thought it was time to do something different." Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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