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30/08/2014

MINSK, Belarus -- High-scoring Russia routed Kazakhstan 7-2 on Wednesday for its fourth straight victory at the ice hockey world championship. Cowboys Emmitt Smith Lights Out Jersey . Sergei Plotnikov

MINSK, Belarus -- High-scoring Russia routed Kazakhstan 7-2 on Wednesday for its fourth straight victory at the ice hockey world championship. Cowboys Emmitt Smith Lights Out Jersey . Sergei Plotnikov scored twice on power plays, and Viktor Tikhonov had one goal. They each have four goals, tied for the most in the tournament. Tikhonov also added three assists, while Plotnikov had two. "Its a question of good partners," Plotnikov said. "We have a good team. We play all for one and one for all and that leads to the results. Were well motivated." Plotnikov, Yegor Yakovlev and Danis Zaripov each had a power play goal for a commanding 3-0 lead. Nikolai Kulyomin and Alexander Burmistrov also scored. Mikhail Panshin and Andrei Spiridonov scored for Kazakhstan. Russia leads Group B with 12 points and has scored a total of 22 goals. The United States, Belarus and Latvia, who were idle Wednesday, have six points. Kazakhstan has one. Also Wednesday, Switzerland ended a three-game losing streak by beating Germany 3-2, Czech Republic shut out Italy 2-0 and Slovakia beat Norway 5-2 for its first win. Damien Brunner had a power play goal and an assist to lead the Swiss team -- last years runner-up -- to its first victory after losses to Russia, the U.S. and Belarus. "We found a way to win and thats important," Brunner said. Thomas Oppenheimer scored two goals for Germany. Switzerland has three points in four games in Group B. Germany has five. Jiri Sekac gave the Czechs a 1-0 lead in the second period, and Jaromir Jagr added an insurance goal in the third. The Czechs outshot Italy 37-11, but goaltender Daniel Bellissimo made 35 saves. Czech goalie Alexander Salak stopped 11 shots for the shutout. Ladislav Nagy scored the winning goal for Slovakia with 18 seconds remaining in the second period and added another one in the third. He has scored four times in the tournament. Tomas Tatar, Juraj Mikus and Michel Miklik also scored for Slovakia. Norway got goals from Alexander Bonsaksen and Morten Ask. The Czechs and Norway have six points in Group A in four games, two more than Slovakia, while Italy has three. Sweden tops the group with eight points, one point ahead of Canada. http://www.cowboysstore.us.com/94-nike-elite-charles-haley-throwback-youth-jersey-nfl-dallas-cowboys-alternate-white.html . -- Another visit to Orange County, another frustrating loss for the Calgary Flames. Zack Martin Jersey . One night after scoring 43 points in a 100-96 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers, James sat out the game with back spasms and the Heat lost for the first time in their three games without him this season.GUELPH, Ont. - Scott Kosmachuk scored four times and Nick Ebert had two goals and two assists as the Guelph Storm pummelled the Sarnia Sting 13-1 on Friday in Ontario Hockey League action. Kerby Rychel also had a pair of goals for Guelph (52-12-3), which clinched first overall in the OHL standings, while Phil Baltisberger, Zac Leslie, Robbie Fabbri, Jason Dickinson and Marc Stevens added single goals. Justin Nicholas made 19 saves for the Storm. Hayden Hodgson scored the lone goal for the Sting (17-43-5) and Brodie Barrick gave up all 13 goals on 61 shots against. --- FRONTENACS 5 67s 4 (OT) KINGSTON, Ont. — Robert Polesello scored twice, including the winner, as the Frontenacs slipped past Ottawa. Michael Moffat, Darcy Greenaway and Henri Ikonen also scored for Kingston (38-23-6) and Evan McEneny chipped in with three assists. Connor Brown, Dante Salituro, Travis Konecny and Tyler Hill scored for the 67s (23-38-6), who are on a four-game slide and two points behind Mississauga for the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. Matt Mahalak made 26 saves for the Frontenacs while Philippe Trudeau turned away 43-of-48 shots for Ottawa. --- OTTERS 10 WHALERS 1 PLYMOUTH, Mich. — Connor McDavid, Brendan Gaunce and Michael Curtis each scored twice as Erie hammered the Whalers for its seventh straight victory. Jake Evans, Spencer Abraham, Dane Fox and Andre Burakovsky also scored for the Otters (51-14-2) while Burakovsky tacked on two assists for a three-point night. Zach Lorentz scored the lone goal for Plymouth (27-33-7). Eries Devin Williams made 24 saves for the win as Zack Bowman allowed 10 goals on 54 shots for the Whalers. --- GREYHOUNDS 6 SPIRIT 5 SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. — Jorgen Karterud and Bryan Moore each had two goals and an assist as the Greyhounds edged Saginaw. Sergey Tolchinksy scored once and set up two more for Sault Ste. Marie (43-17-6) while Charley Graaskamp added his first-career OHL goal. Justin Kea had a pair of goals for the Spirit (32-29-5). Luke Cairns, Mitchell Stephens and Jacob Ringuette had the others. Matt Murray made 28 saves for the Greyhounds. Saginaws Nikita Serebryakov stopped 28-of-34 shots in defeat. --- SPITFIRES 3 RANGERS 2 (SO) KITCHENER, Ont. — Brady Vail scored the winner and Alex Fotinos made 50 saves as Windsor came from behind to defeat the Rangers and end aa five-game slide. http://www.cowboysstore.us.com/29-nike-elite-demarco-murray-mens-jersey-nfl-dallas-cowboys-home-autographed-navy-blue.html. Vail also had a goal and an assist in regulation for the Spitfires (37-27-3), who trailed 2-0 with less than five minutes remaining in regulation, and Ben Johnson scored the other. Curtis Meighan and Dmitrii Sergeev scored for Kitchener (22-41-5), which dropped its 11th game in a row. Matthew Greenfield made 31 saves for the Rangers. --- KNIGHTS 4 ATTACK 2 LONDON, Ont. — Chris Tierney scored twice as the Knights doubled up Owen Sound for their fourth win in a row. Bo Horvat and Owen MacDonald also scored for London (48-13-4) and Josh Anderson had two assists. Kurtis Gabriel and Kyle Hope each had a goal and an assist for the Attack (30-29-8). Anthony Stolarz made 23 saves for the Knights. Owen Sounds Jack Flinn stopped 34-of-38 shots in defeat. --- STEELHEADS 2 ICEDOGS 1 (SO) MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Lucas Venuto and Bryson Cianfrone scored in the shootout as the Steelheads kept their playoff hopes alive by downing Niagara. Andrew Goldberg scored in regulation for Mississauga (24-37-6), which holds the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference with one game to play in regular-season action. Billy Jenkins scored for the Ice Dogs (23-35-9), who are seventh in the East. Spencer Martin made 31 saves for the Steelheads while Niagaras Brent Moran stopped 29 shots in defeat. --- BATTALION 5 WOLVES 3 SUDBURY, Ont. — Brett McKenzie had a pair of goals as North Bay earned its fifth straight win by downing the Wolves. Barclay Goodrow, Matt MacLeod and Mathew Santos also scored for the Battalion (37-24-6). Nicholas Baptiste scored for Sudbury (32-23-11) and assisted on goals by Nathan Pancel and Connor Crisp. North Bays Brendan ONeill made 26 saves for the win. Franky Palazzese kicked out 30-of-34 shots for the Wolves. --- GENERALS 3 BULLS 2 (OT) OSHAWA, Ont. — Michael Dal Colle scored at 4:57 of overtime as the Generals ended Bellevilles attempt at catching the eighth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. Bradley Latour and Scott Laughton scored in regulation for Oshawa (42-19-6), which ended a three-game skid, and Cole Cassels had two assists. Jordan Subban and Cameron Brace scored for the Bulls (22-38-7), who sit 10th in the East. Daniel Altshuller made 30 saves for the Generals while Bellevilles Charlie Graham stopped 28-of-31 shots in defeat. --- ' ' '