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NORTH BAY, Ont. - Kyle Wood and Barclay Goodrow scored second period power-play goals to provide all of the scoring for the North Bay Battalion in a 2-0 victory over the Erie Otters in Ontario Hockey League action on Thursday. Brendan ONeill made 19 saves for North Bay (31-21-6) to pick up his first shutout and Goodrow set up Woods second goal of the season before potting his own. Oscar Dansk made 27 saves for the Otters (43-12-2), who lost their second in a row following a four-game winning streak. North Bay was 2 for 6 with the man advantage, and Erie was 0 for 3. --- RANGERS 4 SPITFIRES 3 WINDSOR, Ont. — Curtis Meighan scored twice, and Matia Marcantuoni got the winner in the third period to lead Kitchener over the Spitfires. Dominik Kubaliks goal late in the second period tied it for Rangers (22-32-3) at 3-3. Cristiano DiGiacinto, Josh Ho-Sang and Ben Johnson scored for Windsor (34-21-3), which lost its third in a row. Jordan DeKort finished with 29 saves for Kitchener, while Dalen Kuchmey stopped 20 shots for the Spitfires. --- FRONTENACS 5 ICEDOGS 4 (OT) ST. CATHARINES, Ont. — Darcy Greenway scored twice, and Robert Polesello finished the game in overtime to lead Kingston over Niagara. Corey Pawley and Slater Doggett also scored for the Frontenacs (32-20-4), who won their second in a row. Eric Ming, Jordan Maletta, Blake Siebenaler and Anthony DiFruscia replied for the IceDogs (18-31-Cool, who are on a five-game losing streak. Lucas Peressini turned back 36 shots for Kingston, while Brent Moran made 37 saves for Niagara. --- PETES 5 SPIRIT 2 PETERBOROUGH, Ont. — Brandon Devlin scored twice, and Andrew DAgostini made 43 saves to lead the Petes over Saginaw. Greg Betzold Nick Ritchie and Nelson Armstrong also scored for Peterborough (25-27-5), which had period leads of 2-0 and 3-2. Dylan Sadowy and Cody Payne scored for Saginaw (27-26-5). Jake Paterson allowed four goals on 29 shots for the Spirit. --- BULLS 3 COLTS 1 BARRIE, Ont. — Charlie Graham made 33 saves, and was 61 seconds away from his first shutout of the season, as Belleville defeated the Colts. All of the scoring came in the third period, with Stephen Harper, Cameron Brace and Chad Heffernan providing the offence for the Bulls (18-34-5). Liam Maaskant spoiled Grahams shutout bid at 18:59. Mackenzie Blackwood made 19 saves for Barrie (29-24-3). Fake Shoes . Louis Cardinals for the National League Wild Card, are in the drivers seat as they open the final series of the regular season, but they face a large task in the form of the Philadelphia Phillies. Discount Fake Shoes . -- Downcast before the final game of what had been a difficult road trip, the Ottawa Senators found a way to dig out a little momentum in the desert before heading home. . With timely hitting and good pitching, the Marlins are one win away from sweeping the slumping Houston Astros. Fake Nike Shoes .com) - Jahlil Okafor had 21 points, Tyus Jones scored 16 with 10 assists and No. Fake Shoes Free Shipping . Head coach Randy Carlyle confirmed the news after the Leafs morning skate on Monday. Kozun was hurt during Friday nights home game against the Red Wings and did not make the return trip to Detroit for Saturdays game.LOS ANGELES -- Commissioner Don Garber thought he knew what Major League Soccer was getting into when the Los Angeles Galaxy signed David Beckham more than four years ago. Garber now realizes he had no idea what the Beckham Experience would mean for his fledgling league. A few days before Beckham plays for his first MLS title in the final days of his Galaxy contract, Garber says the league doesnt regret inviting the English superstar to become the face of MLS in 2007. "I underestimated the power of his celebrity by a long shot," Garber said in an interview with The Associated Press. "I think we underestimated the challenge of (Beckham) playing for England, and we didnt expect his desire to go out on loan (to AC Milan). But I also totally underestimated how hardworking and tough he is. He will play through injury and fatigue. That warrior-like mentality was like nobody expected in MLS. This guy wants to win, and hell do anything. Hes been great for our league and for our game." Garber spoke at length about MLS past while outlining his goals for the leagues future, from an expansion franchise in the New York area to the growing role of supporters in MLS competitive culture. Hes also hoping the Beckham experience lasts for at least another year, putting his weight behind the Galaxys bid to persuade Beckham to stick around after his best MLS season concludes this year. "I find it amusing that when David came into the league five years ago, many sports media pundits were saying how much hes over the hill," Garber said of Beckham, whose services are coveted by Paris Saint-Germain and a handful of British clubs. "You dont hear that any more, and this is five years later." Garber also is happy about the Galaxys serendipitous appearance in the MLS Cup on Sunday on their home field. Los Angeles faces the Houston Dynamo on Sunday at Home Depot Center. "At times Im almost envious of other leagues championships when it ends up with a dream matchup," Garber said, citing the recent appearances of marquee franchises such as the Yankees, Lakers and Packers in other sports championship contests. "Those matchups always seem to deliver greater value to their league in the years to come, and we have not really experienced that." The Galaxy are playing the final in their home stadium, just the third time thats happened in MLS 16 seasons. A similar coincidence boosted the popularity of the New England Revolution in 2002, even though they lost the league title to Los Angeles at home. Garber confirmed MLS is likely to change the championship format soon from a neutral-site game to a championship matchup at the home of the highest-seeded club. "Theres something much more special when the home team is involved," he said, suggesting the league will consider additional channges to the playoff format in the off-season.dddddddddddd With exponential growth in attendance and television exposure this season, along with a 19th franchise joining the league in Montreal next year, its clear MLS is making progress in the long-growth strategy Garber has espoused since moving to MLS in 1999 from a job with the NFL. Yet Garber also feels the leagues 35 designated-player signings have been crucial to its growth into a reputable league. "Its hard for any young, emerging business to not be guilty at times of overhype," Garber said. "While at times I regret how hyped we were when Freddy Adu came into the league (in 2004) or when David came in, I dont regret the excitement that David created by coming in. I had the expectation that MLS would become more popular, that wed see improved ratings and a different attitude." MLS television ratings rose on each of its platforms this season, and attendance grew more than 7 per cent. MLS will appear on the new NBC Sports network next year in a lucrative deal, and the Galaxy announced a reported 10-year, $55 million deal with Time Warner Cable Sports new network on Friday -- a tenfold increase on its last deal. Merchandise sales also are up, driven by the new layer of star players and MLS attention to eye-catching design with an international flair. Yet Garber said hes most pleased by the growth of what he calls "the supporter culture" around each team. From Seattle to Philadelphia, MLS fans are emulating the involved attention given to soccer clubs on other continents in increasing numbers -- and in surprising ways. "When youre a fan of other major leagues in America, the experience is somewhat similar," Garber said. "Youre in a bright facility and youre watching your team, but there is an institutionalization of sport that in many ways forced the fan to be an observer more than a participant. In soccer, the fan is that third key constituency. Weve even seen the downside of that, but thats very positive for us today. Thats what we want to instil and create in our fans." Garber is pleased to see a proliferation of "20- to 30-year-old hipsters" in MLS crowds, wearing team garb and reveling in a sporting pursuit with a different flavour than the standard American sports enthusiast. Garbers passion for stirring fan support is the main reason MLS is focused on putting its 20th franchise in the New York area. The commissioner scoffed at recent reports that the New York expansion plan had stumbled, insisting the league will figure out a plan to create a natural rival for the Red Bulls. "We believe that big markets need rivalries," Garber said. "If we truly are engaged in the unique dynamic that drives our sport, inner-city rivalries are a big part of driving fan passion." ' ' '
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