GUELPH, Ont. Zapatillas España Baratas Online . - Brock McGinn scored twice as the Guelph Storm doubled up the Owen Sound Attack 4-2 on Friday in Ontario Hockey Legaue action. Pius Suter and Zack Mitchell also scored for the Storm (36-8-3), who extended their win streak to seven games, while Matt Finn and Kerby Rychel each added two assists. The Attack (21-20-6) got goals from Holden Cooke and Jeffrey Gilligan. Justin Nichols made 28 saves for Guelph while Owen Sounds Jack Flinn kicked out 37-of-41 shots in a losing cause. --- ICEDOGS 4 OTTERS 3 ERIE, Pa. — Jon DIlario stopped 37 shots in his OHL debut as Niagara slipped past the Otters. Carter Verhaeghe and Anthony DiFruscia each had two goals and an assist for the IceDogs (17-24-6), who went 3-for-4 on the power play, and Billy Jenkins had two assists. Andre Burakovsky scored twice for Erie (35-9-2) and Connor Brown had a goal and an assist, which gives him a league-best 94 points in 46 games. Oscar Dansk stopped 17-of-21 shots for the Otters. --- GENERALS 6 PETES 1 OSHAWA, Ont. — Michael Dal Colle scored twice and set up one more as the Generals halted Peterboroughs five-game win streak. Mitchell Vande Sompel and Dylan Smoskowitz each had a goal and two assists for Oshawa (31-12-4), which won its fifth game in a row. Josh Sterk and Joe Manchurek had the others. Clark Seymour scored the lone goal for the Petes (21-22-4). Daniel Altshuller made 32 saves for the Generals as Peterboroughs Andrew DAogostini stopped 31-of-36 shots in defeat. --- SPITFIRES 5 GREYHOUNDS 2 SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. — Remy Giftopoulos had a pair of goals and Alex Fotinos made 27 saves as Windsor toppled the Greyhounds. Ben Johnson, Brody Milne and Sam Povorozniouk also scored for the Spitfires (28-17-2) while Josh-Ho Sang tacked on three assists. Andrew Fritsch and Bryan Moore scored for Sault Ste. Marie (32-11-5), which had its six-game win streak snapped. Matt Murray turned aside 29-of-34 shots for the Greyhounds. --- RANGERS 5 WHALERS 1 KITCHENER, Ont. — Jordan DeKort turned away 29-of-30 shots as the Rangers toppled Plymouth to end a five-game slide. Ben Fanelli, Mason Kohn and Matia Marcantuoni each had a goal and an assist for Kitchener (16-28-2) while Brent Pedersen and Darby Llewellyn had the others. Zach Lorentz supplied the offence for the Whalers (17-24-5). Plymouths Alex Nedeljkovic made 44 saves in a losing cause. --- KNIGHTS 8 STING 1 LONDON, Ont. — Chris Tierney scored twice and nine other Knights players recorded a multi-point game as London hammered Sarnia. Gemel Smith, Brett Welychka, Ryan Rupert, Nikita Zadorov and Josh Anderson each had a goal and an assist for London (30-11-5) while Max Domi, Matt Rupert, Brady Austin and Mitchell Marner had two assists apiece. Michael McCarron had a single goal for London and Jake Patterson made 21 saves for the victory. Nathan Mater scored the lone goal for the Sting (14-27-5), who dropped their fourth straight contest, while Brodie Barrick and Taylor Dupuis combined to stop 48-of-56 shots in defeat. --- STEELHEADS 4 67s 3 MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Josh Burnside and Jesse Barwell scored 14 seconds apart in the final minute of the second period as the Steelheads held on to defeat Ottawa. Damian Bourne and Sam Babinstev also scored for Mississauga (18-27-4), which had a 3-0 lead before the 67s could respond midway through the third period, and Bryson Ciafrone chipped in with two assists. Travis Konecny scored twice for Ottawa (15-27-4), who dropped its third straight contest, and set up Erik Bradfords goal as well. Spencer Martin made 20 saves for the Steelheads. Philippe Trudeau turned away 31 shots for the 67s. --- SPIRIT 3 WOLVES 2 (SO) SUDBURY, Ont. — Blake Clarke scored the shootout winner as Saginaw handed the Wolves their fourth loss in a row. Justin Sefton and Michael Holmes scored in regulation for the Spirit (23-19-5). Sudbury (25-13-8) got goals from Jacob Harris and Connor Crisp while Danny Desrochers assisted on both. Jake Paterson made 35 saves for Saginaw as Franky Palazesse turned away 43 shots for the Wolves. --- Zapatillas España Baratas . Kyle Denbrook, a soccer player from Saint Marys University, took the CIS male athlete of the week honour. Stanley, a fourth-year business administration student from Charlottetown, scored both goals in a 2-0 win over Dalhousie on Friday and tallied again in a 1-0 win over Saint Marys on Sunday. Zapatillas Baratas España Online . In the last race before the Sochi Olympics, Bjoergen followed up her win in the 10-kilometre classical race on Saturday by beating World Cup sprint leader Denise Herrmann of Germany by 0.43 seconds for her fifth victory of the season. http://www.barataszapatillas.es/ . An in-person hearing allows for Garbutt to be suspended for five games or longer as per the leagues Collective Bargaining Agreement. Garbutt delivered a high hit to Penner in the second period of Sundays game.OKLAHOMA CITY - If the Toronto Raptors can play at home the way theyve been playing on the road, they might just remain atop the Atlantic Division for a while. Kyle Lowry scored 22 points, making a pair of clinching free throws with 9.8 seconds left, and the Raptors handed the Oklahoma City Thunder their first home loss with a 104-98 victory on Sunday night. The Raptors outscored Oklahoma City 6-0 in the final 1:25, all on free throws, and ended the Thunders nine-game winning streak. Oklahoma City had been 13-0 at home, the NBAs longest unbeaten stretch to open a season since the Cleveland Cavaliers won their first 23 home games during the 2007-08 season. Amir Johnson had 17 points and 13 assists for Toronto, which won its fourth straight road game, its longest such streak since March-April 2002. Oklahoma City lost for the first time since Dec. 4 at Portland. Toronto coach Dwane Casey called the win, which moved the Raptors past Boston into first place in the Atlantic, his teams biggest of the season. Torontos road streak began with a victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Dec. 8 and the Raptors added wins at Chicago and Dallas before beating the Thunder. "Its one of those mysteries we have, of our focus on the road," Casey said. "Were a different team. I see it in our eyes before the game." Russell Westbrook scored 27 points and Kevin Durant added 24 for Oklahoma City, which missed its final four shots. Veteran forward John Salmons, who scored 14 points and hit the go-ahead free throws for Toronto, said winning on the road "just shows our mental toughness as a unit. . Sometimes its fun to play on the road, because its just us against everybody else." Toronto will play at San Antonio on Monday. Oklahoma City surged ahead with a 24-4 run during the third quarter that gave the Thunder an 82-71 lead. Toronto regained the lead in the fourth before a 3-pointer by Durant tied the game, but Salmons hit two free throws with 1:25 left to put Toronto up 100-98. The Thunders next two possessions ended in a missed 3-point attempt by Reggie Jackson and a block by Valanciunas on a layup attempt by Westbrook, with Toronto winning the scramble for the loose ball. Johnson hit two free throws with 14.5 seconds left to extend Torrontos lead to 102-98. Comprar Zapatillas Online Baratas. Durant missed a 3-point attempt and Lowry rebounded before hitting the Raptors final two free throws. "Its the NBA," Casey said. "It happens. Theyre one of the best defensive teams in the league. We knew they were going to come out in the third quarter with their best effort, which they did. We sustained it and took the punch." Oklahoma City, which entered the game second in the NBA in free throw shooting at 81.8 per cent, went 35 of 36 (97.2 per cent). But the Thunder shot 37 per cent from the field and scored a season-low 14 points in the fourth quarter. Durant finished 5 of 16 from the field and committed six of the Thunders 19 turnovers. "Losses happen in this league," Durant said. "They beat us fair and square, you know? We missed some shots, too. I think our defence was good. They got some shots late in the fourth quarter that helped them a little bit but I think our defence was good. We were swarming them and they hit some tough ones, too, but we missed some good looks." The Thunder, who have won 17 of their last 19 games, were coming off a win at San Antonio on Saturday night. Asked if the Thunder lacked energy down the stretch, Durant answered, "Nah." Toronto went 7 of 14 from 3-point range and scored on its final nine possessions of the first half, turning a five-point deficit into a 62-56 halftime lead. The 62 points were the second-most surrendered in the first half this season by Oklahoma City. Oklahoma City clamped down on defence in the third quarter, allowing the Raptors only 13 points, matching their season low for a quarter. DeMar DeRozan added 17 points for Toronto and Valanciunas had 13. Notes: Durant was called for a technical foul, his third of the season, while on the bench in the second quarter. Durant protested after a scramble for a loose ball between Oklahoma Citys Nick Collison and Torontos Valanciunas. Ironically, Valanciunas was called for a personal foul on the play that Durant protested . Toronto is 7-6 on the road. Its been since Feb. 25, 2008, that the Raptors have been above .500 on the road this late in the season . Thunder C Steven Adams picked up three fouls during a two-minute stint in the first quarter. ' ' '