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Mikhail Grigorenko scored four times as his Quebec Remparts downed the visiting Cape Breton Screaming Eagles 5-4 in a shootout on Sunday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Rob Housler Jersey. The 18-year-old forward has six goals and 12 points during a current five-game scoring streak and his 16 goals and 36 points in 18 total games is good for third in league scoring. Nikita Kucherov scored the winner in the shootout for the Remparts (15-4-0), who have won back-to-back games, while Stephen Midesnky chipped in with three assists. Alexandre Lavoie scored twice and set up one more for the Screaming Eagles (5-11-5), who have dropped four consecutive outings, and Michael Clarke and William Carrier each had a goal and an assist. Zachary Fortin made 22 saves for the win as Philippe Trudeau turned away 19 shots in a losing cause. Quebec found success with its power play as it went 3-for-7 while Cape Breton failed to score on four chances with the man advantage. Elsewhere in the QMJHL, it was: Blainville-Boisbriand 8, Saint John 1; Drummondville 5, Acadie-Bathurst 4 and Baie-Comeau 5, Val-dOr 2. At Quebec City, Clarke opened the scoring 48 seconds into the first period, however Grigorenko scored twice in six minutes and the Remparts took a 2-1 lead into the first intermission. Lavoie tied the game 2:42 into the second period, but again Grigorenko responded to give Quebec a 3-2 advantage after 40 minutes of play. Carrier scored Cape Bretons third goal of the game 7:48 into the third period. Grigorenkos fourth goal of the game came at 17:37 and looked to be the game winner until Lavoie scored 35 seconds later to force overtime. Armada 8 Sea Dogs 1 At Boisbriand, Que., Danick Martel had three goals and an assist and Marcus Hinds scored twice as the Armada (15-5-2) crushed Saint John (10-11-0), which has dropped back-to-back contests. 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The 25-year-old Na-yeon strengthened her bid for a successful defence by moving to a total of 10-under 132 at Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club. Na-yeon had shared the first-round lead with Karrie Webb of Australia after both put up six-under 65s on opening day. Sam Acho Jersey. The 25-year-old Irish international will make his debut Saturday when the Reds host Sporting Kansas City, and it comes at a time when Toronto is struggling with defensive breakdowns, especially on set pieces. William Powell Jersey.A. Dickey, according to Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports.com. The deal remains contingent on the Jays ability to sign Dickey to an extension within a 72-hour negotiating window which expires Tuesday at 2pm et.OAKLAND, Calif. -- By the time Mark Jackson walked off the floor and into the Golden State Warriors locker room late Monday night, the coach already had a text message from his mother, Marie, who watched her sons win against the Knicks on national television from the familys New York home. "Way to get them back," she wrote. From the Bay Area to the Big Apple, Jacksons new team sure sent a message. Stephen Curry scored 26 points, David Lee had 21 and the Warriors routed the Knicks 92-63 on Monday night for their most lopsided win of the season. It was the best defensive performance for the franchise since the Philadelphia Warriors beat the Milwaukee Hawks 69-63 on Dec. 28, 1953. "Thats a heck of a defensive night," Jackson said. "It takes a combination of great defence and, at times, bad offence. I wish we could take all the credit." Almost two weeks after his 54-point masterpiece at Madison Square Garden, Curry shared the spotlight with his co-captain in front of a sellout crowd announced at 19,596. He was 4 for 7 from 3-point range, while Lee finished with 10 rebounds and eight assists after helping the Warriors go ahead by 27 points in the third quarter. "It didnt matter how we won. We just needed a win," Curry said after Golden State snapped a two-game skid. "This was an important win for us. Im glad we got the win, especially with the way it ended last time in New York." Carmelo Anthony had 14 points and 10 rebounds after missing New Yorks previous three games because of a nagging right knee, and J.R. Smith scored nine points before he was ejected in the third quarter for a flagrant foul. Anthony was 4 for 15 from the floor as the Knicks shot 27 per cent in the opener of a five-game West Coast trip. It was the lowest scoring output for the Knicks this season. It also was the lowest shooting percentage of the season for any NBA team, according to the Warriors. "This is definitely not the way you want to start a road trip," said Knicks centre Tyson Chandler, who had four points and eight rebounds. New York withstood Currys career high in points in that memorable 109-105 win over the Warriors on Feb. 27. Curry received some help for the rematch -- from a familiar Knicks face. Lee served a one-game suspension during that game in New York for his role in a scrum against Indiana and also missed Saturdays loss against Milwaukee because of a bruised right knee. He wore a white wrap around the knee against his former team but showed no major limitations. Curry made his first three 3-pointers and had 11 points in the first 6:14 of the game. He helped the Warriors take a 23-14 lead that incensed Knicks coach Mike Woodson. "Our pace was way out in left field somewhere," Woodson said. Daryn Colledge Jersey. After scoring only four points in the first quarter of his 54-point performance, Curry appeared on his way to another big night. New York briefly began trapping Curry off pick-and-rolls, and everybody from Anthony to Chandler chased the diminutive guard all over the perimeter. Curry still confused the Knicks more often than not, getting them to switch or go underneath screens for no apparent reason. He missed his last two shots in the quarter before coming on strong again in the second, hitting a pull-up 3 over Raymond Felton and finding Klay Thompson for another 3 during a 23-7 run that put the Warriors ahead 49-32. Curry, Thompson (23 points) and Lee outscored New York by themselves. And Curry and Thompson had almost as many made field goals (nine apiece) as the Knicks had as a team (20). "We just needed a win, period," Lee said. "Not because wed lost two in a row, just because at this point, every game becomes really important." New York struggled in large part because its leading scorer did, too. Anthony opened the game 2 of 10 from the floor and showed little of his usual burst or bruising style. He also took several contested or difficult jumpers, especially once the Warriors took control. Anthony said his knee is not causing pain, just "irritation." "I didnt really know how it was going to respond," he said. "It was just nagging, just agitating at this point. The stiffness is still back there so its just a matter of time and seeing what happens over time." With Curry commanding so much of the attention, Lee led the way in the third quarter. He had a putback layup and a fast-break dunk during a 17-3 spurt that put the game away. Smith, who started the second half, capped Golden States run with a flagrant-2 foul for coming down hard with two hands on Harrison Barnes layup attempt, swiping the rookies head. Barnes made 1 of 2 free throws, and Thompson hit another jumper that gave Golden State a 67-40 lead. Smith protested the video review by lead official Joe Crawford, then jogged off the court as Warriors fans peppered him with jeers. A few minutes later, Woodson pulled Anthony out, though he returned for a few minutes midway through the fourth with New York down 20. NOTES: Golden States most lopsided win of the season was a 115-93 victory at Atlanta on Dec. 15. ... The Knicks announced that Amare Stoudemire had surgery on his right knee. Hes expected to miss six weeks. ... Knicks reserve F Rasheed Wallace travelled with the team and will do his rehabilitation on the road. Wallace walked around the arena on crutches. Woodson said Wallace is still trying to return in the playoffs. ' ' '




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