Sometimes it worked, sometimes it didnt but the home side sc

Sometimes it worked, sometimes it didnt but the home side sc

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Connor McDavid, Curtis Lazar, Max Domi and Madison Bowey found the back of the net as Canada defeated Germany 4-0 in their second round-robin game of the World Junior Hockey Championship from Montreal. Dale Hunter Jersey . Eric Comrie made 17 saves in the victory. Kevin Reich impressed in the German net with 27 saves. -- END OF THIRD PERIOD 0:00 - Canada improves to 2-0 on the tournament. Eric Comrie finished with 17 saves, while the very impressive Kevin Reich stopped 27 for the Germans 2:20 - Domi tries to play playmaker, but Nick Paul and Sam Reinhart are denied by Reich. 4:16 - GOAL (4-0 Canada) - Nic Petans feed from behind the net is deflected, but not enough as Madison Bowey is able to take it and go upstairs to beat Reich. (WATCH CANADA) 4:59 - Canada goes back to the powerplay as Kai Wissmann is penalized for holding. 6:35 - Shots now 28-15 for Canada. TWEET - Feels like even when Canada scores, Germany should get a round of applause. - Bruce Arthur (@bruce_arthur) 10:46 - GOAL (3-0) - Max Domi gets his second of the tournament, converting from a backhanded feed from Sam Reinhart, for Canadas first even-strength goal of the game. (WATCH HERE) 10:52 - Reich makes a beautiful glove save on Jake Virtanen. 11:27 - With the penalty kill over, Lawson Crouses deft backhand is kept out by Reich. 13:48 - Reich turns away a Gauthier attempt on a shorthanded two-on-one. 14:26 - Anthony Duclair is the latest Canadian to head to the box with a hit from behind. Duclair will also be handed a 10-minute misconduct to be served by Nick Ritchie. 16:11 - A nice spell of pressure from Frederik Gauthiers line, but no real chances are generated. 19:34 - Germany is back at full strength. 20:00 - The third is underway with Canada in the waning seconds of a power play. -- Max Domi is stopped by Kevin Reich/The Canadian Press END OF SECOND PERIOD 0:00 - The period ends scoreless with Canada still on the power play for another 25 seconds. Germany led the period in shots with nine to Canadas seven. 1:35 - Canada heads back to the power play as Nico Sturm is called for a hit from behind on Morrissey. Eder will serve the 10-minute misconduct that comes with a hit from behind. 2:50 - Morin returns to the ice. 4:01 - With Canada changing, Marc Michaelis is sprung in alone, but Comrie shuts the door. 4:50 - Sam Morin goes off for tripping Eder whilst attempting to cycle the puck behind the German net. 6:02 - Shots are 15-11 for Canada. 7:15 - Comrie is up to the task of a hard shot from Andreas Eder. 8:50 - Speeding in alone on a lone-man rush, Anthony Duclair fires wide. 10:06 - Canada is back at full strength as Ritchie is back on the ice. 10:49 - A pair of point shots from Janik Moser fail to reach Comrie. 12:06 - Nick Ritchie heads to the box for interfence. 12:33 - While Germany might be enjoying more possession than they did in the first, it hasnt resulted in any real scoring chances. 13:43 - Spearheading a Canada rush, Lawson Crouses shot is turned away by Reichs blocker. 14:32 - Reich juggles Robby Fabbris shot, but is able to cover before Canada can pounce on a rebound. 16:47 - Josh Morrissey hits the outside of Reichs post with a point shot. 17:53 - Nick Paul fires just wide from down low. 20:00 - Were back underway from Montreal. -- Eric Comrie makes a save/The Canadian Press END OF FIRST PERIOD 0:00 - Canada heads to the dressing room with a 2-0 lead. Comrie stopped all four shots he faced, while Reich turned away nine. 0:01 - Darnell Nurses point shot pinballs around the front of the net before Patrick Kurz pulls it off of the goal line. 0:36 - McDavids short side attempt down low goes just wide. 2:08 - Hicketts is out of the box and Canada is back to full strength. 4:08 - Germany heads to its third PP of the period as Joe Hicketts goes off for holding. 4:32 - With Lazars goal, Canada has 10 on the tournament with nine different goal-scorers (Fabbri has a pair). 7:18 - GOAL (2-0 Canada) - Curtis Lazar gets his first of the tournament, hammering home from a feed from McDavid. (WATCH HERE) 7:42 - Canada is back to the man advantage as McDavid is hauled down before entering the German zone. 9:54 - Sam Reinhart just misses high with a shorthanded attempt after a feed from Domi. 10:14 - Germany heads back to the power play with Nick Ritchie going off from goaltender interference. 11:29 - Fresh out of the box, Domi is stopped on a breakaway by Reich with his right pad. 13:02 - Comrie kicks away a shot from Parker Toumie. 13:38 - Domi heads to the box on a hooking call for Canadas first penalty-killing opportunity of the night. 14:17 - Comrie forced into action with a scramble in front of the Canada goal. 15:40 - GOAL (1-0 Canada) - Connor McDavid is on the board. With his cross-crease pass attempt to Fabbri deflected, he knocks the puck through Reichs five-hole for his first point of the tournament. (WATCH HERE) 16:22 - Another nice save from the German keeper, this time on Lazar. 16:44 - Reich with a fine save in denying Max Domi from point-blank range. 17:30 - The Germans head to the penalty kill with Dorian Saeftel off for hooking. 17:48 - Robby Fabbri forces a glove save out of Kevin Reich. 18:14 - A nice shift for the Curtis Lazar line with some good cycling in the offensive zone. 20:00 - Were underway from the Bell Centre in Montreal. This is Germanys first action of the tournament. -- PRE-GAME Eric Comrie gets the call in net for Canada. A second-round pick of the Winnipeg Jets in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft, Comrie is 14-10 with a 2.50 GAA and a .921 SV% for the Tri-City Americans of the WHL. Hes opposed in the German goal by Kevin Reich Marcus Johansson Jersey . - Even with a new coach, the Denver Nuggets still love to push the basketball. Alexander Ovechkin Jersey . He also had some help Monday night.Hibbert scored a season-high 29 points to help Indiana beat the Utah Jazz 97-86 Monday night, ending the Pacers six-game losing streak. . If there is one club built to handle an off-field controversy, its the Bill Belichick era Patriots. Even if New Englands offence stumbles a bit out of the gate, their defence can help them stay in games, especially in the AFC East with the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets in the first two weeks.TORONTO -- Rookie right-hander Marcus Stroman continues to sparkle for the Blue Jays. The 23-year-old blanked Texas for seven innings and Dan Johnson drove home two runs as Toronto held on to defeat the lowly Rangers 4-1 Saturday afternoon. Stroman has held opposing teams to three earned runs or less in eight of his nine career starts. And he bounced back from that lone subpar outing -- when he gave up six runs in 3 2/3 innings last time out -- with a gritty outing that got better as the day wore on. The five-foot-nine 185-pounder has blanked two of his last three opponents. "Since hes been here, hes been really good -- especially for a young kid," said Toronto manager John Gibbons. "You guys all know the arms there. But hes a lot more polished than I thought he was going to be. And he has a way of dialling it up at crunch time. "He got into a little jam there (in the fourth inning), got a couple of big punchouts after it was first and second no outs. Thats what hes capable of. ... Hes just a great competitor with a great arm. He pitches to win. Hes not worried about anything else but winning a game and it shows." After spending time in the bullpen, Stroman has gone 4-2 as a starter with a 2.50 ERA. The 2010 first-round pick kept the Rangers to four hits during his stint, striking out five with no walks while throwing 107 pitches including 70 strikes. After giving up back-to-back singles to open the fourth inning, he retired 12 straight with four strikeouts. "That definitely pumped me up going into the next inning ... That was huge," Stroman said of the fourth-inning escape. "Definitely a momentum shift." Stroman said it was all about raising ones intensity. "I feel like Im really able to get in the zone when I need to, and really focus and make big pitches on crucial counts. That was one of those moments and it was big. It was big for the team, it was big for us to kind of get us going." Toronto, which outhit Texas 12-6, survived the bases loaded with two outs in the eighth inning thanks to a Dustin McGowan strikeout -- his third of the inning -- of Jake Smolinski. "It got a little hairy there at the end," Gibbons acknowledged. Left-hander Aaron Loup, rather than right-handed closer Casey Janssen who was laid low by either food poisoning or a bug, pitched the ninth for his third save. An opening walk was negated by J.P. Arencibia hitting into a double play before Rougned Odor flied out. After dropping the series opener 5-1, Toronto (50-48) came into the game having lost three straight and nine of its last 11. "We desperately needed that today," Gibbons said of the win. Despite snapping an eight-game losing streak with Fridays win, the numbers were still ugly for injury-plagued Texas. The Rangers (39-58) came into Saturdays contest 2-12 in July and had lost 14 of 16 and 22 of 26. Texas winning percentage of .406 was worst in the majors. Misfiring at the plate in recent daays, the Jays looked to find runs any way they could before a sellout crowd of 45,802 under the roof at Rogers Centre thanks to rain. Jonas Siegenthaler Jersey. . Centre-fielder Colby Rasmus showed that in the fifth when, facing a shift, he bunted down the empty third-base line to get on base. That led to some jawing with Texas starter Colby Lewis. "Everybody saw it," Lewis said. "Youre up by two runs with two outs and lay down a bunt. I dont think thats the way the game should be played. I let him know and that was about it. "I just told him I didnt appreciate it," he added, accusing Rasmus of "looking out for batting average." The Jays saw it more as scratching out offence. "Sometimes youve got to force some things," said Gibbons. Toronto, outscored 18-4 in their three previous losses, looked to steal bases, sacrifice and take advantage of any fielding hesitation by the Rangers to get on base and advance runners. Sometimes it worked, sometimes it didnt but the home side scratched out enough offence to win. Stroman and Lewis were both coming off rough starts, coincidentally on consecutive days against the Angels. Lewis coughed up 13 runs in 2 1/3 innings, raising his ERA to 6.54 from 5.51. Lewis (6-7) pitched five innings, giving up two runs on eight hits. He struck out five and walked three. Both teams feature patchwork rosters due to the injury bug, with seven active catchers between them. The Rangers injury woes grew Saturday when right-fielder Alex Rios sprained his right ankle in his first trip to the plate. Rios, a former Jay, was unable to continue his at-bat and left the game. He was replaced by Daniel Robertson. X-rays were negative and Rios was listed as day-to-day. It was also a painful first inning for Jays catcher Dioner Navarro, who fouled a ball off the top of his shin but was able to continue. The Jays opened the scoring in their half of the fourth with Johnson doubling home Rasmus, who had singled to lead off the inning and advanced to third on a wild pitch. One out later, Johnson went to third on a successful Anthony Gose bunt. Munenori Kawaskis infield single made it 2-0, with Toronto leaving two on the bases. Toronto added to its lead in the seventh on consecutive singles by Cabrera, Bautista and Navarro. After Rasmus reached first on a fielders choice, Johnson brought Bautista home on a sacrifice fly to make it 4-0. Brett Cecil and McGowan followed Stroman in the eighth, when the Rangers finally got on the board via an Elvis Andrus RBI single. Cecil had opened the inning by yielding a walk and a single. McGowan seemed to have the situation in control when he struck out the ever-dangerous Adrian Beltre with two outs. But Beltre made it to first base to load the bases thanks to a Navarro passed ball and McGowan found himself needing another out. The Jays have won six of their last seven series against the Rangers in Toronto. Saturdays win gave them a chance to make it seven of eight. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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