LONDON, Ont. Cheap Jordan 12 Canada . -- Michael Curtis scored twice as the Erie Otters won their ninth straight game with a 5-1 victory against the London Knights in Ontario Hockey League play Friday. Spencer Abraham, Adam Pelech and Dane Fox also scored for the league-best Otters (11-2-1). Max Domis first-period goal was all the offence the Knights (8-4-1) would get against a disciplined Otters roster that allowed London just one power play in the game. Erie goaltender Oscar Dansk finished with 30 saves, a relaxing evening compared to his London counterpart Anthony Stolarz who allowed four goals on 42 shots. Jake Patterson relieved Stolarz and gave up a goal on seven shots. --- PETES 3 ICEDOGS 2 At St. Catharines, Ont., the Petes opened a 3-0 lead then held on for the win. Eric Comel, Greg Betzold and Stephen Pierog each scored for Peterborough (7-5-1). Anthony DiFruscia and Carter Verhaeghe replied for Niagara (5-6-3). Petes goalie Andrew DAgostini stopped 33 shots while Brent Moran made 38 saves. --- ATTACK 6 WHALERS 4 At Plymouth, Mich., the Attack built a lead big enough to withstand two Whalers goals in the final minute of regulation. Cameron Brace and Holden Cook each scored twice for Owen Sound (7-6-1), while Zach Nastasiuk and Kurtis Gabriel added singles. Francesco Vilardi, Zach Lorentz, Victor Crus Rydberg and Carter Sandlak had a goal each for Plymouth (6-9-0). Brandon Hope finished with 33 saves for the Attack, while at the other end Alex Nedeljkovic and Zack Bowman combined for 31 saves. --- COLTS 7 STING 5 At Sarnia, Ont., seven different Colts scored to keep Barrie ahead of the Sting. Jake Dotchin, Aaron Ekblad, Dylan Corson, Erik Bradford, Brendan Lemieux, Andreas Athanasiou and Mitchell Theoret each padded their stats for Barrie (6-6-1). Nickolas Latta had a hat trick for the Sting (4-9-1), while Bryan Moore and Nikolay Goldobin also scored. Barries Daniel Gibl allowed all five goals on 34 shots. In Sarnias net, Brodie Barrick and Taylor Dupuis combined for 28 saves. --- GREYHOUNDS 7 BULLS 5 At Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., the Greyhounds scored three unanswered goals in the third period to rally past the Bulls. Darnell Nurse scored twice for Sault Ste. Marie (10-1-2), which had singles from Andrew Fritsch, Patrick Watling, Michael Bunting, Jean Dupuy and Kyle Jenkins. Brendan Gaunce had a pair of goals for Belleville (2-9-2), and Aaron Berisha, Luke Cairns and Mark Raycroft added a goal each. Brandon Halverson made 27 saves for the Greyhounds, while Jason Da Silva stopped 33 for the Bulls. --- STORM 7 BATTALION 2 At Guelph, Ont., the Storms offence exploded with six goals in the second period. Steven Trojanovic had two goals, and Matt Finn, Jason Dickinson, Brock McGinn, Zack Mitchell and Scott Kosmachuk also scored for Guelph (11-3-0). Brett McKenzie and Jared Steeges goals for North Bay (7-7-1) were lost in the middle of Guelphs second-period onslaught. Guelph goalie Justin Nichols needed to make just 16 saves, while at the other end of the ice Brendan ONeill stopped 29 shots. --- SPITFIRES 5 RANGERS 3 At Kitchener, Ont., the Rangers blew a 3-0 lead as the Spitfires came alive. Ben Johnson, Kerby Rychel, Nick Ebert, Eric Diodati and Remy Giftopoulos each scored for Windsor (7-6-0). Ben Thomson, Darby Llewellyn and Matia Marcantuoni had goals for the Rangers (4-8-0). Alex Fontinos stopped 24 shots for Windsor, while Jordan DeKort made 34 saves for Kitchener. --- STEELHEADS 4 GENERALS 0 At Mississauga, Ont., Spencer Martin earned the shutout with a 40-save performance. Bobby MacIntyre, Dylan Smoskowitz, Jacob Graves and Jacob Jammes each scored for the Steelheads (6-6-1). Daniel Altshuller allowed all four goals on 28 shots in net for Oshawa (9-3-1). Both teams went scoreless on four power-play opportunities. --- WOLVES 3 FRONTENACS 0 At Sudbury, Ont., Wolves goaltender Franky Palazzese finished with 37 saves for the shutout. Danny Desrochers, Nathan Pancel and Dominik Kubalik had a goal each for Sudbury (5-3-4). Matt Mahalak stopped 38 shots for Kingston (8-2-3). Sudbury scored all three goals in the second period when the Wolves outshot the Frontenacs 21-13. Jordan 12 Cheap Real . In a pregame tribute commemorating his final contest at Coors Field on Wednesday night, Helton caught the ceremonial first pitch from his daughter with his wife, younger daughter and good friend Peyton Manning watching from the field. Air Jordan 12 Sale Canada . -- Olympic medallist Jennifer Abel of Laval, Que. http://www.airjordan12canada.com/ . - UFC 178, previously announced for Sept. TORONTO -- Drew Hutchison has given the Toronto rotation a nice boost this year in his first season back since undergoing Tommy John surgery. He has had troubles at Rogers Centre though and one rough inning proved costly on Wednesday night against New York. Mark Teixeira hit a two-run homer in the Yankees four-run third inning as New York (40-37) salvaged the finale of a three-game series with a 5-3 victory. The Yankees ended a four-game losing skid and moved 2 1/2 games behind first-place Toronto (44-36) in the American League East. "I felt I got stronger as the game went on," Hutchison said. "It was disappointing to have that big inning, especially to allow three runs with two outs and not be able to make that big pitch. "It turned out to be the difference in the game." Former Blue Jay Kelly Johnson reached on a walk to open the frame and scored on a Francisco Cervelli double. Hutchison (5-6) got the next two outs before giving up a single to Jacoby Ellsbury that brought Cervelli across with the go-ahead run. Teixeira padded the lead by turning on an 0-1 pitch for his 14th homer of the year. "Hutchison pitched really well, he only made a couple of mistakes that one inning and we made him pay," Teixeira said. "Other than that, he was throwing some dirty pitches. It was good to get the four runs when we got them." Hutchison, a 23-year-old right-hander, has a 4-2 record and 2.23 earned-run average on the road. But he entered play with a 1-3 record and 8.72 ERA at home. "Thats the farthest thing away from my mind," Hutchison said of the uneven splits. "Im disappointed that I was not able to deliver a better performance for us and not give us a better chance to win." New York starter Hiroki Kuroda (5-5) was effective over 6 1/3 innings and David Robertson got the last five outs for his 18th save. Ellsbury had three of New Yorks nine hits. Jose Reyes, who had three hits for Toronto, took the first pitch from Kuroda over the wall for his sixth homer of the season. It was his third leadoff home run of the year and 21st of his career. Reyes scored again in the fifth inning after he moved Munenori Kawasaki to third base with a ground-rule double. Melky Cabrera brought them both home with a sharp single to left field. Hutchison struck out the side in the sixth inning and was replaced in the seventh by left-hander Rob Rasmussen. Hutchison alloowed seven hits, four earned runs and two walks while striking out six. Air Jordan Retro 12 Canada. "Overall I think hes been pretty good (this season) -- actually very good," Gibbons said. "Hes still a young kid. Hes going to go through his growing pains." Rasmussen faced three batters and did not record an out. He walked Brett Gardner, hit Jeter with a pitch, threw a wild pitch to the backstop and walked Ellsbury to load the bases. Sergio Santos came on in relief and gave up a sacrifice fly to Teixeira that brought Gardner home with an insurance run. The Blue Jays had the potential tying run at second base in the eighth inning but Adam Lind hit a weak comebacker that ended the inning. Kuroda allowed eight hits, three earned runs and two walks. He had four strikeouts. Notes: Announced attendance was 34,710 and the game took three hours two minutes to play. ... After the game, Toronto infielder Steve Tolleson said he has been blurred vision over the last two weeks. He plans to see a specialist on Thursday. ... Toronto slugger Jose Bautista missed his third straight game with a hamstring strain. He remains day to day. ... Before the game, the Blue Jays sent Kevin Pillar back to triple-A Buffalo and selected the contract of fellow outfielder Brad Glenn. To make room on the 40-man roster, infielder Jonathan Diaz was designated for assignment. ... Fans who came down early for batting practice got to watch San Franciscos Tim Lincecum complete his no-hitter against San Diego. The ninth inning of the 4-0 game was shown on the video scoreboard. Earlier, the two late-afternoon World Cup soccer games were shown in a split-screen style. ... The Blue Jays will continue their nine-game homestand Thursday with the opener of a four-game set against the Chicago White Sox. Left-hander J.A. Happ (6-4, 4.87) is scheduled to start for Toronto against right-hander Scott Carroll (2-3, 4.30). ... The Blue Jays reached the one-million mark in attendance on Tuesday night. It took 39 home dates to reach the mark this year, six more than last year. ... It was the Blue Jays first series win at home since a three-game sweep of Tampa Bay from May 26-28. ... Toronto has hit at least one homer in seven consecutive games. ... The Yankees get an off-day Thursday -- on Jeters 40th birthday -- before kicking off a six-game homestand Friday against Boston. ... The Blue Jays had an even 40-40 record after 80 games last season. 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