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Blog Entry: LONDON, Ont. Cheap Jerseys From China . -- Anthony Stolarz stopped 29 shots and Max Domi had three assists as the London Knights blanked the visiting Windsor Spitfires 4-0 on Saturday in Ontario Hockey League action. Bo Horvat, Chris Tierney and Mitchell Marner each had a goal and an assist for the Knights (17-5-2), who are 9-0-1 in their last 10 contests, while Ryan Rupert added a single goal. Defenceman Trevor Murphy was a team-worst minus-3 for the Spitfires (15-8-0), who had their four-game win streak halted. Windsors Alex Fotinos allowed four goals on 34 shots and was relieved by Dalen Kuchmey, who stopped the three shots he faced in the final 11 minutes of the game. London went 1 for 1 on the power play while the Spitfires failed to score on three chances with the man advantage. --- OTTERS 5 WOLVES 2 ERIE, Pa. -- Dane Fox scored twice and set up one more as the Otters downed Sudbury. Dylan Strome, Adam Pelech and Connor McDavid also scored for Erie (20-4-1) and Connor Brown tacked on three assists. Craig Duininck and Ray Huether responded for the Wolves (10-9-6), who lost for the first time in three outings. Devin Williams made 37 saves for the Otters as Sudburys Franky Palazzese turned aside 32-of-37 shots in defeat. --- PETES 4 ICEDOGS 2 PETERBOROUGH, Ont. -- Andrew DAgostini stopped 31 shots as the Petes doubled up Niagara. Steven Lorentz, Stephan Nosad and Josh MacDonald gave Peterborough (10-13-3) a 3-0 lead early in the second period and Nick Ritchie added another goal into an empty net late in the third. Eric Ming and Mitchell Fitzmorris scored for the IceDogs (6-15-4), who are winless in seven games. Christopher Festarini gave up three goals on 32 shots for Niagara. --- STORM 6 WHALERS 2 PLYMOUTH, Mich. -- Defenceman Zac Leslie scored four goals as Guelph toppled the Whalers. Matthew Mancina stopped 42-of-44 shots for the Storm (18-4-3), who have just one regulation-time loss in their last 17 games, and Jason Dickinson and Brock McGinn added a goal apiece. Matt Mistele and Carter Sandlak supplied the scoring for for Plymouth (10-14-1). Alex Nedeljkovic turned aside 47-of-52 shots for the Whalers. --- SPIRIT 6 STING 2 SAGINAW, Mich. -- Sean Callaghan scored twice and Jimmy Lodge had a goal and two assists as the Spirit defeated Sarnia. Justin Kea and Dylan Sadowy had a goal and an assist each for Saginaw (14-8-3) while Daniel De Sousa added a single goal. The Sting (8-16-1) got goals from Jimmy McDowell and Nikolay Goldobin. Nikita Serebryakov made 23 saves for the Spirit while Taylor Dupuis stopped 40-of-46 shots for Sarnia. --- BATTALION 2 COLTS 1 (SO) BARRIE, Ont. -- Blake Clarke scored the shootout winner as North Bay edged the Colts. After two scoreless periods, Battalion (12-12-1) forward Barclay Goodrow made it 1-0 just over 11 minutes into the second. Mitchell Theoret forced overtime when he scored for the Colts (13-8-3) at 17:05. Danil Gibl made 38 saves for North Bay while Jake Smith stopped 22 shots for Barrie. --- ATTACK 4 BULLS 3 OWEN SOUND, Ont. -- Jaden Lindo scored once and set up two more as the Attack handed Belleville its fourth straight defeat. Gemel Smith and Kyle Hope each had a goal and an assist for Owen Sound (11-10-4) while Holden Cook scored the other. Jake Worrad, Garrett Hooey and Cameron Brace scored for the Bulls (5-16-4) and Brendan Gaunce had two assists. Brandon Hope made 25 saves for the Attack. In his first OHL start, Braydon Banitsiotis stopped 26-of-30 shots for Belleville. Cheap Jerseys . Siddikur, whose previous win on the circuit came in Brunei three years ago, finished his bogey-free round with a birdie on the 18th for a total of 17-under 199. Indias Shiv Chowrasia, who has finished runner-up in this tournament twice, was in second place after a 66. Wholesale Jerseys . Brett Kulak and Jackson Houck of the Vancouver Giants were each charged with assault causing bodily harm on Aug. 18, according to the B.C. court services. .ca. Kerry,  Just watched the shootout in the Coyotes/Leafs game and I have to ask, why was the James van Riemsdyk goal allowed to count?  All of the video replays we were shown on TV were inconclusive about whether the puck had entirely crossed the line or not.The football ratings say that the Western Mustangs are the number one college football team in this country. But their coach Greg Marshall says Laval, also undefeated and rated number two, "are the champs until they are knocked out" in his mind. In fact, for the first time since the CIS college football ratings came out, three teams across this country have finished the regular season undefeated. In addition to Western and Laval the Calgary Dinos finished with a perfect 8-0 mark. Western is generally acclaimed as the top school in the nation and certainly in Ontario where there is much competition with Guelph and Queens (both finished at 7-1). Queens and Guelph are in the national top 10 and both lost their only game to Western. Pat Sheahan, the head coach at Queens, told that Western is "way out in front this year. Theyve scored 50 points against all teams this year, their quarterback Will Finch set an all-time CIS passing record and theyve got talent and support. They are deserving of the number one rating." The No. 2 team Laval became perhaps the only team ever to slip from the number one spot to the number two position while scoring 50 points and winning their game. This took place after week four and as CIS P.R. man Michel Belanger told me "Yes, Laval scored 52 points against Sherbrooke but gave up over 30 points in that game. We felt Western deserved the number one rating." Western coach Greg Marshall told "the ratings say we are No. 1 but (to) our team that honour belongs to Laval. They are also undefeated and are the defending champions so until they lose thats how we feel about it. Id love to meet them and the only way that is possible is in the Vannier Cup. Wholesale NFL Jerseys. ." Laval plays Sherbrooke at home this weekend and hasnt lost a home game since 2004! Coming in a little bit under the radar, as the expression goes, are the Calgary Dinos. Head coach Blake Nill is on the verge of winning his sixth straight division title. Nill won six straight AUS titles when he was at Saint Marys. From 1999-2003 he took the Huskies to four Vanier Cups in five years, and became the first coach ever to be in a Vanier Cup three consecutive years (2001-03) and winning the Vanier in 2001 and 2002. That has been equalled by Laval coach Glen Constantine. Nill took the Dinos from an 0-8 record in 2006 and after working his recruiting magic has won the league title since 2008. He certainly built a dynasty and plays UBC at home this weekend. "Weve had some good breaks along the way," says Nill. One of the biggest breaks came in the first half of the very first season game when the league MVP Eric Dzwilewski went down for the season and third year man Andrew Buckley, who had seen very little game action, took control and didnt miss a beat. "To have the results that he did under the circumstances that he became the starter is amazing," Nill told me. "His passing completion percentage is around 75 per cent, not too many guys can make that claim in college ball." Calgary hosts UBC in the semifinal. It should be an interesting playoff weekend. Will all three undefeated teams make it? And if the top two teams should advance and meet it will be in Quebec City as Laval hosts the Vanier Cup. Maybe Western coach Greg Marshall will get his wish. 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