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VAL-DOR, Que. Mike Evans Jersey . - Alec Jon Banville scored three times and Philippe Cadorette made 47 saves as the Baie-Comeau Drakkar defeated the host Val-dOr Foreurs 5-1 on Friday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Gabryel Paquin-Boudreau and Charles Poulin also scored for the Drakkar (26-12-4) while Felix Girard and Denis Gorbunov each tacked on two assists. Thomas Gobeil scored the lone goal for the Foreurs (27-16-1). Antoine Bibeau started in net for Val-dOr, but left the game in the third period after allowing four goals on 22 shots. Keven Bouchard replaced Bibeau and stopped five-of-six shots in 13 minutes of relief. --- ISLANDERS 4 CATARACTES 3 (SO) CHARLOTTETOWN -- Anthony Cortese scored the only goal of the shootout and Mason McDonald stopped 44 shots as the Islanders edged Shawinigan. Craig MacLauchlan had a goal and an assist for Charlottetown (17-21-5) and Daniel Sprong and Bradley Kennedy each scored once. Sebastien Gauthier scored once for the Cataractes (10-27-6) and assisted on goals by Gabriel Slight and Alexis DAoust. Shawinigans Storm Phaneuf made 28 saves in a losing cause. --- WILDCATS 5 MOOSEHEADS 1 HALIFAX -- JC Campagna and Christophe Lalonde had a pair of goals apiece as Moncton toppled the Mooseheads. Josh Puglsey also scored for the Wildcats (23-19-2), Ivan Barbashev had three assists and Campagna tacked on an assist for a three-point night. Darcy Ashley scored the lone goal for Halifax (26-16-1) while defenceman MacKenzie Weegar led his club with five shots on goal. Kevin Darveau turned aside 28-of-33 shots for the Mooseheads. --- SAGUENEENS 4 PHOENIX 3 (SO) CHICOUTIMI, Que. -- Laurent Dauphin scored once in regulation and then the shootout winner as the Sagueneens slipped past Sherbrooke. Nikita Liamkin and Domenic Beauchemin also scored for Chicoutimi (22-21-1). The Phoenix (14-25-5) got goals from Jeremy Roy, Jean-Christophe Laflamme and Chase Harwell. Julio Billia made 34 saves for the Sagueneens while Sherbrookes Maxime Lagace stopped 31 shots in a losing cause. --- OCEANIC 6 REMPARTS 3 QUEBEC CITY -- Samuel Courtemanche and Sebastien Sylvestre each had two goals and an assist as Rimouski doubled up the Remparts. Peter Trainor and Felix-Antoine Savage also scored for the Oceanic (26-11-7), who improved to 10-0-2 in their last 12 outings. Anthony Duclair had a goal and an assist for Quebec (23-12-8), which lost in regulation for the first time in eight games, while Adam Erne and Zachery Moody scored once. Rimouskis Philippe Desrosiers made 32 saves for the win as Francois Brassard allowed six goals on 30 shots for the Remparts. --- SCREAMING EAGLES 4 ARMADA 3 BOISBRIAND, Que. -- Maxim Lazarev broke a 3-3 deadlock at 17:17 of the third period to lift Cape Breton over the Armada. Justin Hache and Cameron Darcy had a goal and an assist each for the Screaming Eagles (21-17-3) and Charles-Eric Legaire scored once. Christopher Clapperton, Nikita Jevpalovs and Frederic Bergeron scored for Blainville-Boisbriand (27-8-7) while Samuel Hodhod chipped in with two assists. Alex Bureau made 23 saves for Cape Breton. Etienne Marcoux stopped 24 shots for the Armada. --- TIGRES 1 OLYMPIQUES 0 GATINEAU, Que. -- Samuel Blais scored the games only goal at 8:46 of the third period as Victoriaville blanked the Olympiques. Blais goal came by way of power play for the Tigres (17-19-6) while goaltender Francois Tremblay stopped 35 shots for the shutout. Simon Tardif-Richard led all Gatineau (27-15-1) skater with five shots on goal. Anthony Brodeur kicked out 33-of-34 shots for the Olympiques, who had their three-game win streak halted. Ali Marpet Youth Jersey . LOUIS -- St. Alterraun Verner Womens Jersey . Soukalova missed only one target and completed the 15-kilometre course in 40 minutes, 32.6 seconds for both victories in this seasons individual discipline. Darya Domracheva of Belarus was second, 34. http:///...David-Womens-Jersey/ . If ever they start actually putting pictures beside words in the dictionary, the Blue Jays left-handers mug will appear beside “Consistency.MELBOURNE, Australia -- Thomas Bjorn of Denmark maintained his patience around a tricky Royal Melbourne on Friday to shoot a 3-under 68 and take a one-stroke lead after two rounds of the World Cup. Bjorn, who had a 36-hole total of 8-under 134, made a testing six-foot putt to save par on the 16th and a birdie on the 17th before bogeying the final hole after a misjudged approach shot. American Kevin Streelman was in second place after shooting a 69. He and Matt Kuchar led the overall team standings for the U.S. after 36 holes, with a three-stroke margin over Denmark and seven over Japan and Australia. Tied for third in the individual stroke-play competition were Jason Day of Australia (70) and Ricardo Santos of Portugal (69). Kuchar was in a four-way tie for fifth after a 68, five strokes behind Bjorn. Adam Scott, who has won the Australian PGA and Australian Masters over the past two weeks, shot 68 and was nine strokes behind Bjorn in a group with Graeme McDowell (71). There was no 36-hole cut in the 60-man field that includes 26 two-man national teams and eight individual golfers. "A few things happened on the golf course today that really tested me," Bjorn said. "I three-putted the first -- I thought the greens were a lot firmer than they were early on." Bjorn shot 66 on Thursday and shared the first-round lead with Streelman. "I patiently worked my way into the round, maybe not as good as yesterday," he said. "But I played some really good stuff on the back nine, and Ive got to take that with me into the weekend." Streelman, representing the U.S. for the first time, birdied his first four holes but gave three strokes back with a bogey on the eighth and a double-bogey on the ninth, blading a shot out of the bunker. "I kind of just did whatt you are supposed to on those first four holes," Streelman said. Jameis Winston Womens Jersey. "I hit it in the wrong part of the golf course on No. 8 and No. 9, and Royal Melbourne will bite you when you do that which is what makes it such an awesome golf course." He made a four-foot par save on No. 17, and again on 18. "That was about a cup out, just breathe on it type of putt and its one of those when I hit it I knew I had made it," he said of his putt on the 17th. Streelman, playing Royal Melbourne for the first time, said he couldnt believe the quickness of the greens. "It is the same feel of Augusta on a weekend -- actually I wouldnt know because I havent made a cut in the Masters yet. So Friday afternoon at Augusta it feels like," he said. Streelman said despite the change in format here, in which individual stroke-play is being accentuated with US$7 million in prize money, with only US$1 million for the team component, he wants to win the World Cup team trophy for the U.S. Kuchar and Gary Woodland won the last team event in 2011 in China. The individual portion of the tournament was introduced this year to mirror the format and rankings system which will be used in 2016 when golf makes its return to the Olympics at Rio de Janeiro. "I am definitely keeping my eye on that team score," Streelman said. "I know he (Kuchar) will be there for me and then hopefully I can continue to play well and we can bring it home." Day, who birdied No. 15 and then made three good pars to finish the round, didnt have any luck on the greens. "I had three lip-outs, pretty harsh ones, but definitely happy with shooting 1 under," Day said. 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