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 on: August 31, 2014, 09:04:51 pm 
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COPPER MOUNTAIN, Colo. Max Unger Womens Jersey . - Dara Howell of Huntsville, Ont., won gold in slopestyle at a pre-Olympic skiing Grand Prix in Colorado with 87.6 points on Saturday. American Darian Stevens took second place with 85.4 points while Grete Eliassen, also of the U.S., won bronze with 83.4. Nikki Blackall of Barrie, Ont., was sixth. Howell said she was able to stick to her routine despite slow conditions on the track following snowfall Friday night and Saturday morning. "I was actually lucky enough to be able to stick to the run that I wanted to do and thankfully, the speed was OK and I landed on my feet," the 19-year-old said. Up next for Howell is a week off for the holidays before getting right back to training for the next Grand Prix event in Breckenridge, Colo., in January. Patrick Kerney Jersey . This week they discuss NFL fandom, CFLers down south, the state of Canadian soccer and a rash of unbelievable fluke goals in the NHL. Michael Bowie Jersey . Coach Didier Deschamps hoped Ribery would play a part in the friendly against Jamaica on Sunday, but the Bayern Munich winger was replaced by Montpellier winger Remy Cabella.It appears Albertas Val Sweeting has looked east to fill out her team for next season. According to PEICurling.com, Sweeting has added seven-time New Brunswick champion skip Andrea Crawford to play third. Dana Ferguson, who played third and threw second stones last season, will move to second, replacing Joanne Courtney, who lefft the team to join Rachel Homans rink. Bruce Irvin Womens Jersey. Last season, Sweeting won the Road to the Roar Curling Pre-Trials before missing the playoffs at the Roar of the Rings Trials. The foursome used that experience to qualify for the Scotties Tournament of Hearts for the first time and lost to Homan in the final. ' ' '

 on: August 31, 2014, 09:03:06 pm 
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The United States Patent and Trademarks Office (USPTO) has today ordered that six Redskins trademark registrations be cancelled on the basis that they are "disparaging to Native Americans". Larry Fitzgerald .  Five Native Americans initiated the cancellation proceeding pursuant to the U.S. Trademarks Act, which "prohibits registration of marks that may disparage persons or bring them into contempt or disrepute." There has been some talk that the registrations have been cancelled, that the Redskins have lost all their trademark protection and that anyone can now go out and start selling Redskins merchandise without the permission of the team. All that is wrong. The trademark registrations have not been cancelled as of yet. The ruling was to cancel the registrations, but they remain in good standing, and will for some time. Challenging the decision will buy the Redskins time. The team will appeal the decision, and in the meantime, the trademark registrations will remain active. The Redskins can appeal the decision to the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. They may also start a court action in District Court for the District of Columbia. They may also request reconsideration of the decision with the USPTO.  Expect the Redskins to take its case to District Court since that will give them the opportunity to introduce new evidence. At the Court of Appeals level, they cant submit new evidence; rather the court is stuck with the record from the original hearing.  On to the big issue: does the cancellation mean that the Redskins lose their trademark rights? The ruling to cancel the trademark registrations does NOT strip the team of its trademark rights or its ability to stop unauthorized parties from using the Redskins marks. The Redskins have acquired what are called common law trademark rights. These are trademark rights that arise by virtue of the use of the mark in the marketplace. By "use", I mean things like jersey sales and the mark appearing in TV broadcasts and online.  And heres the key: common law trademark rights are enforceable and the Redskins could rely on them to stop a third party from making unauthorized use of its marks.  This means that the team does not need a trademark registration to stop someone from making unauthorized use of its marks. Common law rights can be relied upon to do just that. While there are important differences between registered and common law trademarks as far as scope of protection, the fame of the Redskins mark together with national sales and use place the Redskins in a good position to stop others from using their marks. So if some guy in Wisconsin starts selling product with the Redskins trademark on it without the permission of the team, he should expect to receive a cease and desist letter from the team, and failing his agreement to stop, he could face a lawsuit. Apart from trademarks, the Redskins could also sue for copyright infringement if someone makes unauthorized use of their logo or stylized word mark. The decision of the USPTO relates only to trademarks and has nothing to do with copyright. While the potential cancellation is not fatal to the ability of the Redskins to enforce their rights, this is yet another blow to the Redskins team name. The pressure on the team and league to change its name continues to mount with no end in sight. Indeed, the question may not be if the team changes its name, but when. John Carlson . John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Harry Reid (D-Nev. Carson Palmer . -- Ryan Spanglers intense play has fueled Oklahomas growth this season.PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. - Captain Dalton Thrower kept the Vancouver Giants win streak alive on Wednesday. Thrower scored 3:13 into overtime as Vancouver slipped past the Prince George Cougars 3-2 for the Giants third-straight win in the Western Hockey League. Prince Georges David Soltes forced the extra period with 24 seconds left in the third. Jackson Houck and Trent Lofthouse scored for Vancouver (6-9-2) in regulation time, while Jared Rathjen made 34 saves for the win. Sam Ruopp gave the Cougars (7-8-3) a 1-0 lead at the 7:27 mark of the first period. Brett Zarowny stopped 22 shots for Prince George. Neither team could score on the power play. The Giants could not score on five man advantages, while the Cougars couldnt score on their six power-play opportunities. --- ICE 4 REBELS 3 (SO) RED DEER, Alta. -- Sam Reinhart was the only scorer in the shootout as Kootenay edged the Rebels 4-3. Jaedon Descheneau had a pair of goals for the Ice (8-6-2), while Ryan Chynoweth also found the back of the net. Mackenzie Skapski made 25 saves in regulation and overtime play before turning away three skaters in the shootout for the win. Matt Bellerive, Lukas Sutter and Brooks Maxwell replied for Red Deer (6-8-1). Patrik Bartosak stopped 30 shots. --- PATS 3 WARRIORS 0 REGINA -- Dawson MacAuley stopped all 36 shots he faced as the Pats blanked Moose Jaw 3-0. Boston Leier, Geordie Maguire and Morgan Klimchuk all scored in the third period for Regina (8-8-0). Justin Paulic made 36 saves in net for the Warriors (6-9-3). --- TTIGERS 4 BLADES 3 SASKATOON -- Steven Owres goal at the 10:20 mark of the second period was the eventual winner as Medicine Hat held on for a 4-3 win over the Blades. Bobby Massie. Captain Curtis Valk and Tyler Lewington also scored in the second period as the Tigers (10-3-2) reeled off three unanswered goals. Blake Penner scored in the first. Daniel Wapple made 20 saves. Nikita Scherbak struck twice for Saskatoon (7-8-2) and Ryan Coghlan also scored. Alex Moodie stopped 39 shots. --- BLAZERS 5 CHIEFS 4 KAMLOOPS, B.C. -- Aspen Sterzer had a pair of goals -- including the winner -- as the Blazers eked out a 5-4 win over Spokane. Cole Ully scored and added two assists for Kamloops (5-10-1), while Tyson Ness and captain Matt Needham had goals as well. Bolton Pouliot made 31 stops for the win. Adam Helewka scored twice for the Chiefs (11-5-0), while Carter Proft and Mitch Holmberg had singles. Garret Hughson started in the Spokane net, making eight saves on 11 shots in 22:36 of work. Eric Williams turned aside 18 of 20 shots in relief. --- WINTERHAWKS 5 WHEAT KINGS 2 PORTLAND, Ore. -- Chase De Leo and Nicolas Petan both scored short-handed goals as the Winterhawks flew to a 5-2 win over Brandon. Captain Taylor Leier had a power-play goal for Portland (12-3-1), while Brendan Leipsic and Keegan Iverson also scored. Goaltender Brendan Burke made 30 saves to earn the win. Curtis Honey was solid in net for the Wheat Kings (7-9-0), stopping 48 shots. Rihards Bukarts and Ryley Lindgren scored for Brandon. ' ' '

 on: August 31, 2014, 09:01:50 pm 
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EDMONTON -- The Edmonton Rush meshed a six-goal second quarter and shut-down defence in the second half to defeat the visiting Vancouver Stealth 10-5 on Friday in National Lacrosse League action. Jonathan Newsome Colts Jersey . Curtis Knight, Kyle Rubisch and Robert Church had two goals apiece for the Rush (16-2), who held Vancouver to just one goal in the final 30 minutes, while Jarret Toll, Riley Loewen, Chris Corbeil and Mark Matthews added a goal apiece. Lewis Ratcliff had a pair of goals for the Stealth (4-13) and Jamie Lincoln, Cody Bremner and Tyler Garrison scored the others. Edmontons Aaron Bold made 40 saves for the win while Vancouvers Tyler Richards gave up 10 goals on 45 shots. Colts #87 Jersey . Not only was the 37th-minute strike the difference, it was also the second-year midfielders first Major League Soccer goal. "I dont know if it changes my confidence," Hurtado said. "Its a weight off my shoulder getting my first MLS goal. Colts #54 Jersey . A third-round pick of Jacksonville in the 2011 draft, Rackley started 14 games at left guard for the Jags as a rookie and opened all 11 contests he appeared in this past season.ALAMEDA, Calif. -- The Oakland Raiders more than doubled their draft haul by receiving three compensatory picks Monday for Aprils draft. The NFL awarded the Raiders picks at the end of the third, fourth and fifth rounds based on free agents they lost and signed last off-season. "Whatever the formula is, I love this formula. I love it," new general manager Reggie McKenzie said from the NFL owners meetings in Florida. "Obviously this is better than what I expected," he said. "Hopefully, we can make do and have some good picks." McKenzie was expecting a third-round pick as compensation for star cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha signing with Philadelphia. He was very pleased to get picks in the fourth and fifth rounds as well. Among the other free agents the Raiders lost last season were tight end Zach Miller, guard Robert Gallery and linebacker Thomas Howard. The most prominent player signed was tight end Kevin Boss. Oakland previously only had picks in the fifth and sixth rounds because of trades and the supplemental draft. The Raiders traded their first-round pick to Cincinnati last October for quarterback Carson Palmer, their second-rounder to New England for the picks to draft offensive lineman Joseph Barksdale and running back Taiwan Jones last year, their third-rounder to take quarterback Terrelle Pryor in the supplemental draft, their fourth-rounder in 2010 to Washington to acquire quarterback Jason&nbssp;Campbell and their seventh-rounder last year to Seattle for linebacker Aaron Curry. Colts #45 Jersey. Oaklands first pick in Aprils draft will be the 95th overall -- up two spots because New Orleans was docked a second-round pick for its bounty program and the Raiders used their third-rounder in the supplemental draft. The Raiders will also pick 129th at the end of the fourth round and 168th at the end of the fifth. The team is not allowed to trade any of its compensatory picks. McKenzie said he believes he can find starters through the fifth round based on his experience with the Green Bay Packers as director of football operations. "I think there are very good players in the middle rounds," he said. "From the standpoint of depth, I think its there. In the first round it may not be too deep. But for the most part, there are some good players throughout this draft." With limited salary cap room remaining, McKenzie will have to use the draft to fill the remaining holes on the team. The biggest needs right now are for a starting outside linebacker, possibly a starting tight end, backups at running back and quarterback and depth throughout the roster. "Im still looking for great backups who can become starters at every position," McKenzie said. "I need a lot more picks than what I have now and some more free agent moves. The only thing I wish I had more of was NFL money and NFL cap. Thats what I wish I had more of." ' ' '

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Stanfords first win of the season against a ranked team helped Andrew Luck and the Cardinal move up in the BCS standings. Jaguars #97 Jersey . While LSU (8-0), Alabama (8-0) and Oklahoma State (8-0) remained locked into the top three spots in the standings released Sunday, Stanford moved up two places to fourth after beating Southern California 56-48 in triple overtime. Boise State (7-0) slipped a spot to fifth, while Clemson (8-1) fell from fifth to 11th after its first loss. LSU and Alabama will play Saturday in Tuscaloosa, Ala., for first place and the inside track to the BCS national championship game. Oklahoma State seems to be in position to win out and reach the title game in New Orleans on Jan. 9. The computer ratings have the Cowboys No. 1. The BCS standings use the Harris poll, the coaches poll and computer ratings to determine which teams play for the national championship. LSU is No. 1 in both polls and Alabama is No. 2 in each. The Tigers and Crimson Tide are tied for the second-best computer rating. Oklahoma State is No. 3 in the Harris poll and No. 4 in the coaches poll, and Stanford is No. 4 and No. 3. But the difference between the Cowboys (.9310 BCS average) and the Cardinal (.8615) is the computer ratings. Stanford is sixth in the computers because of a weak early season schedule. The Cardinal should be getting a boost from here on out. After a road game Saturday against Pac-12 rival Oregon State, the Cardinal play Oregon, eighth in the BCS standings, at home. They finish with California and Notre Dame at home, and could play in the Pac-12 championship, too -- probably against Arizona State. It might not be enough to catch Oklahoma State. The Cowboys face Big 12 rival Kansas State, 14th in the BCS standings, on Saturday, have road games against Texas Tech and Iowa State, and finish with a home game against Oklahoma. The Big 12 no longer has a championship game. For Boise State, the formula is the same as it has always been. The Broncos conference schedule -- this year in the Mountain West -- presents few stiff challenges, so Boise State probably needs to go undefeated just to play in one of the four marquee bowl games. The Broncos have done that twice. To reach the national championship game for the first time, Boise State will need the teams ahead of it to lose. Jaguars #14 Jersey . Now they have signed the free agent right-hander to a one-year contract in their search for depth in a rotation dealing with injury concerns. Red Bryant Jaguars Jersey . - Tiger Woods only made it through 10 holes Thursday this time because of the weather, not his back.Hoylake, England - Mark OMeara withdrew from the British Open on Thursday due to an injured elbow. OMeara, who was told by doctors to rest after having an MRI last week, won the British Open at Royal Birkdale in 1998. That victory made OMeara the first player in his 40s to win two majors since Ben Hogan as OMeara also captured the title at the Masters that season. The 57-year-old decided to play in this weeks U.S. Senior Open at Oak Tree in Oklahoma. OMeara is a two-time winner on the Champions Tour, iincluding a major victory at the Constellation Energy Senior Players Championship in 2010. Jaguars #12 Jersey. He also won the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf the same year. OMeara is also a 16-time winner on the PGA Tour, with eight of those wins coming in a four-year span from 1995-98. He will be replaced in the field by Ross Fisher, who has won five times on the European Tour with his latest one coming earlier this year at the Tshwane Open. Canadas David Hearn is now the first alternate. ' ' '

 on: August 31, 2014, 08:59:22 pm 
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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. Brian Quick . -- Aric Almirola grew up two hours from Daytona International Speedway, attended countless races as a kid and even "dreamed about what it would be like to have a chance to race at the highest level at this racetrack." He found out Sunday, after two days of thunderstorms, three red-flag stoppages and dozens of wrecked cars. As a bonus, he also accomplished the feat on a milestone anniversary for his car owner, NASCAR legend Richard Petty. Almirola won the delayed and rain-shortened Sprint Cup race at Daytona, putting Pettys famed blue No. 43 back on top for the first time since 1999. The 30-year-old Almirolas first Cup win came on the same weekend Petty celebrated the 30th anniversary of his 200th career victory. "The 43 car is without a doubt the most famous car in our sports history," Almirola said. "And to have that opportunity to drive that race car has been really special from the day that I stepped foot in it. All I wanted to do from the very first time I drove it was get it to Victory Lane. It took 2 1/2 years I guess, but I finally did it." Petty wasnt around for the festivities, having already left Daytona during one of the many delays. The Coke Zero 400 was supposed to start Saturday, but steady rain forced it to be postponed a day. When it did finally get going, it was interrupted several more times. There were seven cautions and three red flags, two of them because of huge accidents that took out most of the 43-car field. Top contenders Jimmie Johnson, Tony Stewart, Kevin Harvick, Jamie McMurray, Carl Edwards, Kasey Kahne, Greg Biffle and Kyle Busch were among those knocked out. Only seven drivers avoided both crashes. Not surprisingly, Almirola was among them. He became the first Cup driver other than Petty to win in the legendary No. 43 at Daytona. The previous time the 43 won was with John Andretti behind the wheel at Martinsville in 1999. So Pettys renowned car went 543 races without a victory. "Everybody always asks me, How, how much pressure is it to drive The Kings car?" Almirola said. "To be honest with you, theres nobody that can put any more pressure on me than me because I want to win for myself. I know this sounds terrible, but its more about winning so that I can feel a sense of accomplishment more than just winning to give Richard Petty another win. Hes won enough races." Here are five other things to know about the Daytona race: NO SWEEP: Dale Earnhardt Jr. had hoped to become the sixth driver to sweep the season at Daytona. His chances were shot just 20 laps into the race when he was collected in a 16-car accident that caused serious damage to his No. 88 Chevrolet. He fell a lap down during repairs, eventually got back on the lead lap and finished 14th. The Daytona 500 winner was particularly annoyed because hed actually avoided the accident, but got hit from behind. "We were going to be fine on that first wreck, but we got run over," he said. "I cant believe all of the cars we have wrecked today." WILD RIDE: Kyle Busch went for the wildest of rides in a 25-car crash that will be remembered for his car flipping onto its roof. But that wreck was just as unsettling for Jamie McMurray, whose car briefly went airborne. "I have never had a car thats off the ground, and its a crazy feeling, and its a helpless feeling," McMurray said. "I was really lucky that it set back down." As spectacular as the big accidents look, McMurray said they are usually the easiest for drivers. "You see these big wrecks and those are probably the easiest hits you take all year long because everyone is going the same speed, and for the most part, those dont hurt near as bad as if you have a tire issue or something," he said. CHASING THE CHASE: Slots are filling fast in the 16-driver Chase for the Sprint Cup championship, with Almirolas victory likely securing him the latest berth. There are only eight races remaining and, with 11 winners to date, there could effectively only be five remaining spots to fill. NASCAR overhauled the format this year to create a win-and-in system, and several stars have yet to grab the needed victory. Among the winless with two months to go are Matt Kenseth, Tony Stewart, Kasey Kahne and Clint Bowyer. It could lead to one of the most competitive on-track summers in some time. "Obviously the fewer spots there are, the intensity picks up," said second-place finisher Brian Vickers. "You go to every race trying to win and knowing whats at stake if you do, and whats at stake if you dont." DODGED THE BIG ONE: A mistake on pit road likely saved Danica Patricks race at Daytona. Patrick was running eighth when she headed to pit road for a routine stop, but she missed her stall. She had to back up, losing valuable time and dropping to 30th when she got back on track. It turned out to be a blessing when it put Patrick far behind the pack and in position to avoid being collected in a 25-car pileup. She ultimately finished eighth. Still, she wanted a shot to race for the win. "On a normal speedway weekend, you would say eighth is pretty good, lets just go home with a car that is not too badly banged up," she said while she waited out the final rain delay. "But there is a lot less to lose than normal, so it would be fun to go back at it." FORD FACTS: Aric Almirolas victory at Daytona was the third consecutive win for a Ford driver. The streak started last month when Carl Edwards won at Sonoma and continued last week with Brad Keselowskis victory at Kentucky. The last time Ford won three straight Cup races was in 2005, when Greg Biffle won Dover, Edwards won at Pocono and then Biffle won again at Michigan. The win is the seventh of the season for Ford Racing, equaling the most wins for Ford since 2011. It was the third win for Richard Petty Motorsports as a Ford-backed team. Will Witherspoon .com) - The Ottawa Senators won for just the second time in nine games last time out to keep their slim playoff chances alive. Trumaine Johnson . 12 Tommy Haas, No. 13 John Isner and No. 21 Philipp Kohlschreiber. Thats five more players in two days than the entire 2013 U. PHOENIX -- The Arizona Diamondbacks have recalled right-hander Trevor Cahill from Triple-A Reno and optioned right-hander Mike Bolsinger. Cahill made 19 appearances in a previous stint Arizona, going 1-6 with a 5.66 ERA. He was 0-4 with a 9.17 ERA as a starter. Zac Stacy. Cahill was designated for assignment then optioned to Reno on June 12. He went 2-2 with a 3.49 ERA in six starts with the Aces. Bolsinger was 1-6 with a 5.50 ERA in 10 games during two stints with the D-backs. ' ' '

 on: August 31, 2014, 08:55:44 pm 
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MEXICO CITY -- Argentine striker Mariano Pavone scored a hat trick to lead Cruz Azul to a 5-1 win over Sporting Kansas City on Wednesday that made it the third Mexican team to advance to the CONCACAF Champions League semifinals. Wilbert Montgomery . Pavone scored in the 2nd, 22nd and 55th minutes as Cruz Azul secured a 5-2 aggregate victory over Kansas City in the two-leg quarterfinal series. Cruz Azul will play fellow-Mexican side Tijuana in the semifinals. Toluca is the other Mexican team in the final four after defeating the San Jose Earthquakes earlier Wednesday. Argentinas Mauro Formica scored in the 65th minute and Christian Gimenez added a goal four minutes later for Cruz Azul, a runner-up in the 2009 and 2010. Benny Feilhaber scored in the 43rd for the Sporting, the reigning MLS champions. Mark Sanchez . -- Robert Garrigus cant recall a better performance going into the weekend. Nate Allen .S. Open, which stuck with its policy of following the rankings instead of taking into account players past performances.SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Eric Wright was joined by a handful of players who were able to participate in practice for the first time on Tuesday. Wright, who grew up in San Francisco and attended Riordan High, less than five miles from Candlestick Park, was originally traded to the 49ers by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in late July, a few weeks after he was arrested for a DUI. He failed his physical and the trade was nullified. He eventually signed on as a free agent and placed on the reserved/non-football injury list. "It felt good just to be able to practice, put a helmet on and communicate with my teammates," Wright said. "Its a lot different than looking at a piece of paper or watching film. The reps mean a lot." He was also joined by veteran wide receiver Mario Manningham and rookie defensive linemen Tank Carradine and Quinton Dial. Wright, in his seventh season in the NFL, said there were no health issues that would keep him off the field. "No one wants to miss a lot of time but to go back out there with a healthy body is really not normal," Wright said. "Its a different experience and Im happy I am healthy at this time of the season after taking a beating for years." Wright has 14 career interceptions, returning two for touchdowns, including a 94-yard return with the Browns. "Im just grateful to be playing for the team I grew up watching," Wright said. "Im able to live out my dream." Manningham can add depth to a thin position for the 49ers, who have been without former No. 1 draft pick Michael Crabtree. "Im just trying to get my confidence back," Manningham said. "Im learning the routes, trying to keep my quickness and get separation from the defenders. Im doing everything I caan to get back to 100 per cent. Josh Huff. quot; Manningham suffered a torn ACL in his knee near the end of last season, two weeks after he returned from a shoulder injury. He threw his crutches away a while ago and refuses to think about them, or the knee. "Im trying to keep a positive attitude," he said. "About my knee and being a good team player. Ive stayed in touch with what the team is doing." Manningham thinks hell return stronger than when he left. Thats because he had nothing else to do during his rehab but to build muscle throughout his body. "Im going to ease into it," said Manningham, who has 202 career receptions in three years with the New York Giants and one with the 49ers. "Im not going to put a timetable on it. I havent put it all together yet. By the time I step out there Sunday Ill be 100 per cent. I dont know which Sunday." Carradine and Dial both came to training camp with injuries. The 49ers have a three-week window to decide whether to add any or all of the four players to their 53-man roster. NOTES: Defensive lineman Glenn Dorsey, who left Sundays game against the Arizona Cardinals with a right hamstring strain, reported feeling better on Tuesday. "It felt pretty bad when I did it," he said. "But Ill be all right. The MRI was cool." ... Guard Mike Iupati said Sundays 18-play, 89-yard drive in the fourth quarter was about "executing plays. It wasnt like we had a lot of big plays. We just moved the ball." Iupati said RB Frank Gore was an inspiration for the offensive line during the drive. "You want to open those holes for me because he runs so hard." ... The 49ers last beat the Tennessee Titans in 1999, though theyve played just twice since then. ' ' '

 on: August 31, 2014, 08:53:57 pm 
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BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. Titans #56 Jersey . - Dax McCartys goal in the 21st minute lifted the New York Red Bulls to a 1-1 tie with the Chicago Fire on Sunday. The deadlock, played in 28 degree temperatures, kept each team tied for fifth in the Eastern Conference, and winless, with 0-1-1 records. For the second straight match, the Fire opened the scoring and then were tied. Chicago midfielder Jeff Larentowicz headed Harrison Shipps corner kick past goalkeeper Luis Robles from 8 yards out in the sixth minute. New York tied the game on McCartys 13-yard shot off a scramble in the 21st minute. McCarty found the ball in a crowd after a corner kick was cleared by the Chicago defence, and beat Sean Johnson with a short right-footed kick. Titans #92 Jersey . -- The Portland Trail Blazers expect guard Brandon Roy to be ready for training camp on Friday. Titans #94 Jersey . His velocity nowhere to be found, the 25-year-old right-hander took the next step in his maturation process by gritting his teeth, focusing on location and changing speeds over anything flashy and shutting down the Minnesota Twins.TAMPA, Fla. -- Steven Stamkos and Ben Bishop helped the Tampa Bay Lightning keep their solid start rolling along. Stamkos scored a tiebreaking goal with 5:04 left in the third period, Bishop made 25 saves, and the Lightning beat the Minnesota Wild 3-1 on Thursday night. "We found a way," Stamkos said. "When youre a good team, you have to find a way to win these games, and we did." Stamkos gave the Lightning (5-2) a 2-1 lead when he skated in from the right wing boards and lifted an in-close shot over goalie Josh Harding during 4-on-4 play. Sami Salo added an empty-net goal in the final minute. Bishop, 5-0 this season, made a series of saves midway through the second, denying solid scoring chances by Jason Pominville and Dany Heatley. "Again its early, but he gives us a chance to win the game every single night," Lightning coach Jon Cooper said. "Thats what you want in your goaltender." Tampa Bay had planned to split playing time between Bishop and Anders Lindback (0-2) this season. However, Bishops performance has earned him the bulk of the work thus far. "Its just not me," Bishop said. "Its the guys in front of me ... the guys are playing great. We win some games 7-2, and then we can win a game like this." Tyler Johnson also scored for Tampa Bay. Mikko Koivu scored for Minnesota, which was coming off a 4-1 loss at Toronto on Tuesday night in which the Wild outshot the Maple Leafs 37-14. "Obviously, were doing something good, but were missing something and we have to find a way to find the net more," Koivu said. Harding, who entered with an 0.94 goals-against-average, made a pad save on Stamkos during a two-man breakaway late in the second. He finished with 27 saves. Koivu tied it at 1 from the low left circle at 11:05 of the third. Tampa Bay, which entered with the NHLs sixth-best power play,, took advantage of its initial chance when Johnson scored from the left circle at 14:02 of the first. Antonio Johnson Titans Jersey. The Wild, who started play with the NHLs second-worst short-handed unit, have given up at least one goal while the opponent had the man advantage in seven of eight games this season. Minnesota stopped the Lightning on 6 of 7 power-play opportunities. The Wild went 0 for 2 with the man advantage. "To me, that was the story of this game," Minnesota coach Mike Yeo said. "We talked before the game about how we have to have the confidence to play the game, but weve got to be smart, too, against a team like that, with that power play, in their building. "Just the momentum that they were generating off their power play put us on our heels all night. And then our puck work wasnt good enough to get us out of that. We have to address that. We cant expect to win an awful lot of games when were scoring one goal." Tampa Bay captain Martin St. Louis was in the lineup two days after taking a shot off his skate during a 5-1 victory over Los Angeles. The right wing was wearing a walking boot on his right foot earlier Thursday. "Tests were to a point where, whatever damage is done, he cant do anything worse to it." Cooper said. "Its a pain tolerance thing." St. Louis said he felt fine. "Its a big win for our team," St. Louis said. "Bis was strong again. Your goaltender is going to hide some of our mistakes, and I thought he did that." NOTES: Tampa Bay outshot the Wild 13-2 in the third. ... Minnesota D Keith Ballard, hit in the face by a puck during Monday nights game at Buffalo, sat out his second straight game "(Hes) not feeling well," Yeo said. "More than anything else this is preventative." ... Wild G Niklas Backstrom was the backup after missing the previous four games due to a knee injury. ' ' '

 on: August 31, 2014, 08:52:14 pm 
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OAKLAND, Calif. Steelers Troy Polamalu Authentic Jersey . -- Stephen Curry erased a forgettable first half for the Golden State Warriors with a fourth quarter to remember. Curry made a pull-up jumper with 3 seconds remaining to cap a sensational finishing stretch, rallying the Warriors from 18 points down to beat the Dallas Mavericks 95-93 on Wednesday night. "Hes a great player and an all-time great shooter," Warriors coach Mark Jackson said. "Ive seen Steph Curry every single day take that shot hundreds and hundreds of times, thousands of times, so when the curtains open up you expect it to go in." Curry scored 16 of his 33 points in the final period. He finished with 10 assists, four rebounds and another big shot in a young career already full of them. With the clock winding down, Curry dribbled on the perimeter, came off a screen and faked a shot to send Shawn Marion jumping past him. Curry then hit the 19-footer to give Golden State, which trailed by 18 points late in the second quarter, the lead for good. "I kind of lulled him to sleep with the pump fake and thankfully it went in," said Curry, who couldnt recall making a game-winning shot since high school. "We blew everybody out at Davidson, so we didnt need game-winners," he joked about his college career. Harrison Barnes scored 17 points, David Lee added 15 points and 11 rebounds, and Andrew Bogut grabbed a season-high 18 rebounds to help the Warriors overcome 18 turnovers and a sloppy start. Monta Ellis and Dirk Nowitzki each scored 21 points, and Jose Calderon had 18 for the Mavericks, who had no timeouts left and were forced to heave a desperation shot at the buzzer. Dallas finished 2-2 on its road trip because it couldnt corral Curry when it mattered most. "When they made shots and the crowd got into it, this is kind of a hostile environment," said Ellis, a former Warriors fan favourite who was traded to Milwaukee for Bogut two seasons ago. Curry made consecutive 3-pointers to tie the game at 82 midway through the fourth quarter. Nowitzki scored the next four points before Currys pull-up jumper. Ellis answered with a pair of key scores late, including a layup through traffic that gave the Mavericks a 92-86 lead. Curry came back with a four-point play, getting fouled by Calderon as he made a 3 and then hitting the free throw. After another defensive stop, reserve Draymond Green made a 3-pointer with 49.9 seconds to play that put the Warriors up 93-92 -- their first lead since the opening quarter. Ellis made one of two free throws to tie the game. After Curry and Ellis each missed shots, Curry came off a screen and juked Marion to make the biggest play of the night. "I thought we played Curry decently," Nowitzki said. "Marion was on him. Probably been our best perimeter defender for a long time and thats a matchup we like. Curry just got him up in the air. Its a tough play. Stepped under him and made a tough shot." The Warriors played seven of their previous eight on the road, going 4-4 during that stretch. They opened a string of seven of the next nine at home, returning to Oracle Arena short-handed. Andre Iguodala missed his 10th straight game with what the team has called a strained left hamstring. And backup centre Jermaine ONeal sat out with a right wrist injury. Dallas started the game determined to end its road trip on a winning note. Calderon, Ellis and Nowitzki directed Dallas to big leads throughout the first half. Nowitzki capped the spurt by making a pair of high-arching 3s to put the Mavericks ahead 52-34 late in the second quarter. Curry pumped some life into the announced sellout crowd of 19,596 when he made a 3-pointer that twice bounced on the rim and the backboard before it dropped. The shot sliced Dallas lead to six, and the Mavericks closed the third quarter ahead just 72-66 despite controlling most of the game. "We have to stop. We cant continue to get behind like that and continue to try and come back and win," Green said. "But once again, our crowd helped us get back into the game." NOTES: ONeal is deciding whether to have surgery, which will likely end his season, or wait to see if his wrist heals enough for him to play. ... Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle said G Devin Harris, who is recovering from a foot injury, had some swelling in his left big toe after practicing during the road trip. Harris had hoped to return in mid-December but likely wont play until after Christmas. ... WBA super middleweight champion Andre Ward was in attendance. Steelers Ryan Shazier Lights Out Jersey . The black mask made its debut Thursday night in James first game since he broke his nose. He said he received word from league officials Friday that they wanted him to instead wear something that would allow opponents to see his face. Steelers Antonio Brown Gold Jersey . Ryan Johansen had a goal and an assist for his third multipoint game this season to lead the Blue Jackets past the Oilers 4-2 on Friday night.TORONTO - Toronto FC will look to complete a sweep of the season series when they visit the Columbus Crew for the third and final meeting of the season Saturday. TFC has defeated the Crew twice this season with a 2-0 victory in Columbus on April 5 and a 3-2 win in Toronto on May 31. Toronto is 2-7-2 all time at Crew Stadium entering the match. "When I look at those Columbus games and I look at our team now, I see two different teams to tell you the truth," said coach Ryan Nelsen. "I see a different team in us. Were a lot more mature, a lot better with the ball. "Obviously weve got a couple of injuries still in the back, but I feel like weve kind of progressed on." Its a homecoming of sorts for former Columbus midfielder Dominic Oduro, who was acquired by Toronto (8-7-5) on June 6 in exchange for Alvaro Rey. Oduro appeared in 45 games for the Crew (6-7-9) contributing 13 goals. Following Fridays training session, Oduro was downplaying the significance of the game. "Its just another game, Im not going to try to push it otherwise Ill lose my focus," he said. "You just have to keep your cool, especially against a former team. These games are really critical; you dont want to try to prove too much against your former team. I believe I know my ability and they know my abilities too." Additionally, TFC defender Nick Hagglund, a native of Cincinnati, Ohio, who made his MLS and Reds debut on April 5 at Crew Stadium will have as many as 60 family members in attendance. Toronto will be without Jermain Defoe for a second straight game. The team announced Monday that the forward would miss up to three weeks with a groin injury. Additionally, the Reds will once again be without captain Steven Caldwell (quad)) and defender Mark Bloom (MCL strain). Steelers Mike Mitchell Black Jersey. "Theyre three major things," said Nelsen of the injuries. "All the other teams seem to cry out from the roof tops when they get injuries, but nobody seems worried when we do. Weve just got to get on." Nelsen added that both Caldwell and Bloom are close to returning to full training, but their availability for Torontos game at Kansas City (Aug. 16) is uncertain. Columbus enters the match coming off a 1-1 draw against the Chicago Fire last weekend. Federico Higuain leads the Crew in goals (Cool and assists (5). Meanwhile, Toronto split a pair of road games last week dropping a 3-0 decision at D.C. United before picking up the clean sheet in Montreal with a 2-0 victory. "Obviously if we win this game (Saturday), it sets us up in a really nice position with a very difficult game against Kansas City," said Nelsen. "After that, its a favourable kind of run in and I think were getting better and better. Were evolving, as the season is evolving, quite nicely. "I think three points against Columbus will be a huge step to where we want to be." Three points in Columbus will also create some breathing room for Toronto in the Eastern Conference standings. Currently the third place Reds lead the fifth place Crew by just two points with a pair of games in hand. "A bunch of six-pointers really when you look at it, not only will you take three points, but you take it away from the other teams," said midfielder Collen Warner. "Very important games coming up." Added Oduro: "At this point, every point counts in the table. Especially second half of the season, this is where you have to separate the men from the boys." ' ' '

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