SAINT JOHN, N. Johnny Bower Jersey .B. - Sebastien Auger made 44 saves as the Saint John Sea Dogs edged the visiting Acadie-Bathurst Titan 2-1 on Saturday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Auger was at his best in the third period when he stopped all 18 shots he faced to preserve the one-goal victory. Stephen Anderson and Spencer Smallman scored for the Sea Dogs (2-1-0) while Oliver Cooper assisted on both. Dominic Beauchemin had the lone goal for the Titan (2-1-0) as Mason McDonald turned away 32-of-34 shots in defeat. Beauchemin opened the scoring off a pass from Robert Pelletier 11:35 into the first period, however Smallman responded for Saint John six minutes later to even the score after 20 minutes of play. After a scoreless second period Anderson broke a 1-1 tie at 9:45 of the third with a power-play goal to put the Sea Dogs ahead. Any chance for Acadie-Bathurst to tie the game was shut down by Auger, who came up big on the penalty kill after Jeremy Doucet went to the box for tripping at 16:47 Saint John went 1 for 7 on the power play while the Titan failed to score on five chances with the man advantage. Armada 4 Cataractes 2 SHAWINIGAN, Que. -- Marcus Hinds scored two goals in the third period and set up another in the second as Blainville-Boisbriand doubled up the Cataractes. Christopher Clapperton and Nikita Jevpalov also scored for the Armada (4-0-0) while Guillaume Decelles stopped 23 shots for the win. Matthew Boudreau and Simon Boudreau scored power-play goals for Shawinigan (0-3-1) and Frederick Gaudreau assisted on both. Marvin Cupper allowed four goals on 28 shots in defeat. Olympiques 6 Huskies 4 ROUYN-NORANDA, Que. -- Emile Poirier had two goals and four points as Gatineau downed the Huskies. Jonathan Bourcier, Vaclav Karabacek, Alexandre Carrier and Jean-Simon Deslauriers also scored for the Olympiques (3-1-0) as Simon Tardif-Richard chipped in with two assists. Liam OBrien and Marcus Power had a goal and an assist for Rouyn-Noranda (1-2-1) and Gabriel Slight and Julien Nantel each scored once. In his QMJHL debut, Anthony Brodeur made 18 saves for the win as Alexandre Belanger stopped 20 shots in defeat. Tigres 4 Foreurs 3 VAL-DOR, Que. -- Carl-Antoine Delisle scored three times and set up one more and Brandon Whitney made 44 saves as Victoriaville squeezed past the Foreurs. Mark Tremaine also scored for the Tigres (3-1-0) and Alex Filiatrault had two assists. Anthony Mantha and Nicolas Aube-Kubel each had a goal and an assist for Val-dOr (1-3-0) and Randy Gazzola scored once. Francois Tremblay made 17 saves in a losing cause. Bobby Baun Jersey . It was just business as usual for the Thunder at home. Durant scored 32 points and the Thunder beat the Bulls 107-95 on Thursday night for their eighth straight win. Morgan Rielly Jersey . LOUIS -- St. http://www.leafshockeyfanstore.com/Tie-Domi-Jersey/
. Nine days before the opening ceremony, organizing committee chief Dmitry Chernyshenko said Wednesday that Sochi is "fully ready" and will deliver safe, friendly and well-run games that defy the grim reports that have overshadowed preparations.REGINA - Olympic gold-medal favourite Mark McMorris is in "great spirits," despite a fall that fractured a rib and nearly derailed his dream. Don McMorris, the snowboarders father, says Mark is moving around quite well after the incident during Saturdays slopestyle event at the Winter X Games in Aspen, Colo. "When we left him (Sunday), he could bend over and touch his toes because of where (the injury) is at," Don McMorris told The Canadian Press on Monday. "You know a cracked rib in the front, you couldnt do that, but where its at (around the back), he could bend to his toes and could raise his knees up to kind of his chest. "He was really doing better than we all thought. Hes got five or six days before he has to worry about riding and hes got the best people around him." Mark McMorris caught his snowboard on the lip of a rail and went sliding down the bar on his right side before landing hard on the snow during the final. He stayed on the ground for a few minutes before riding down the hill under his own power. It seems the 20-year-old Regina native lost focus. "He probably hit that rail through the week, I dont know 50 times, and never had a problem with it or any of the rails because thats, I think, one of the strongest parts of his riding," said Don McMorris, who was in Aspen when his son fell. "But obviously he was focused on what he was going to do on the jump line because he was going to try something pretty major." Don McMorris says his son didnt hurt much at first, but the pain got worse as the afternoon wore on. Mark McMorrris finished with a silver medal at the event, but was "pretty down," said his father. Felix Potvin Maple Leafs Jersey. Mark McMorris had said being an Olympian is a dream come true. He was the two-time defending Winter X Games champion in slopestyle. When he was named to the Olympic team earlier this month, McMorris said hes been "preparing like a mad man." The fall raised questions as to whether he could compete in Sochi. "He was really scared, not necessarily about his own well-being, I dont think, but that he wouldnt get to go to the Olympics," said Don McMorris. "That was really playing on his mind and when he does that, he just gets really quiet and doesnt really talk or say much to anybody. "And you could just tell that he was really scared and worried about not getting to fulfil his dream." The elder McMorris says the tough part was waiting to hear what the team doctors had to say. He describes it as an agonizing wait of about three hours. They eventually decided Mark would go to Sochi, as planned. "I cant tell you what he said because that would not be printable," joked Don McMorris. "He was really relieved." A fractured rib usually takes six weeks to heal, so Mark McMorris wont have time to fully recover before the Games start Feb. 7. But his father is cautiously optimistic. "Yes, Im optimistic, (I) have to be," he said. "I mean maybe too optimistic because theres going to be a lot of pain and . . . you dont know how the body will react, but compared to what it could have been, were pretty happy." Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys Cheap Soccer Jerseys ' ' '