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OTTAWA -- Eric Cornel and Hunter Garlent each had two goals and two assists as the Peterborough Petes downed the host Ottawa 67s 7-4 on Sunday in Ontario Hockey League action. Josh MacDonald had a hat trick for the Petes (20-21-4), who extended their win streak to four games, while Nick Ritchie tacked on three assists. Ryan Van Stralen scored twice and added an assist for the 67s (15-25-4) and Brett Gustavsen and Erik Bradford had a goal apiece. Peterboroughs Andrew DAgostini made 30 saves for the win as Ottawas Liam Herbst gave up seven goals on 36 shots. Petes forward Jonatan Tanus was ejected at 13:59 of the first period after receiving a check-to-the-head major. --- STEELHEADS 3 KNIGHTS 1 MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -- Spencer Martin kicked out 38 shots, including 18 in the second period, as the Steelheads downed London. Stefan LeBlanc, Sean Day and Brett Foy supplied the offence for Mississauga (17-26-4). Gemel Smith scored for the Knights (29-11-5), who have dropped back-to-back contests. Londons Jake Patterson turned away 27-of-30 shots in a losing cause. --- BATTALION 5 ICEDOGS 1 NORTH BAY, Ont. -- Nick Paul had a pair of goals and Jake Smith made 20 saves as the Battalion toppled Niagara. Ben Thomson had a goal and an assist for North Bay (23-17-6) while Mike Amadio and Miles Liberati each scored once. Matt Gillard scored the lone goal for the IceDogs (15-24-6) midway through the third period to stop Smiths shutout bid. Blake Richard stopped 37-of-42 shots for Niagara. --- GREYHOUNDS 4 ATTACK 2 OWEN SOUND, Ont. -- Jorgen Karterud had a goal and an assist as Sault Ste. Marie doubled up the Attack for their sixth win in a row. Tyler Ganly, Bryan Moore and David Miller also scored for the Greyhounds (32-10-5), who lead the West Division. Kyle Hope and Daniel Milne responded for Owen Sound (21-18-6). Matt Murray made 25 saves for Sault Ste. Marie while Brandon Hope turned aside 38-of-42 shots for the Attack. --- GENERALS 5 STING 2 OSHAWA, Ont. -- Hunter Smith had two goals and an assist and Bradley Latour set up four goals as the Generals beat Sarnia. Cole Cassels scored once and set up two more for Oshawa (29-12-4) and Michael Dal Colle had the other. The Sting (14-26-5) got goals from Nickolas Latta and Ryan Vendramin. Daniel Altshuller only had to make 12 saves for the Generals while Taylor Dupuis stopped 36-of-40 shots for Sarnia. --- SPITFIRES 3 WOLVES 1 WINDSOR, Ont. -- Brady Vail had a goal and two assists as the Spitfires won their third straight by defeating Sudbury. Trevor Murphy and Sam Povorozniouk also scored for Windsor (27-17-2) while Josh Ho-Sang had two assists. Nathan Cull was the lone scorer for the Wolves (25-12-7), who have dropped back-to-back games. Alex Fotinos made 32 saves for the Spitfires as Franky Palazzese turned away 24-of-27 shots for Sudbury. --- STORM 6 FRONTENACS 1 GUELPH, Ont. -- Zack Mitchell scored twice and Josh Nichols made 38 saves as the Storm breezed past Kingston for their sixth straight win. Matt Finn, Zac Leslie, Brock McGinn and Scott Kosmachuk also scored for Guelph (35-8-3), which jumped over the Erie Otters for top spot in the Midwest Division, while Kerby Rychel and Jason Dickinson each chipped in with three assists. Spencer Watson scored a late goal for the Frontenacs (24-17-4), who are on a five-game slide. Kingstons Matt Mahalak stopped 44-of-50 shots in defeat. Wholesale Shoes China . PAUL, Minn. Wholesale Mens Shoes . The defending champions’ roller coaster season included trading offensive star Percy Harvin in the midst of the team’s 3-3 start. That move that reportedly irked several Seahawk players, but one management saw necessary to save the team’s chemistry. http://www.wholesaleshoescheap.com/. - Andre Drummond had his best night on the boards. Wholesale Shoes Cheap Free Shipping . The former Toronto FC designated player played three of his 15 professional seasons with the team. Wholesale Shoes Cheap China . Hargreaves began his career in 2008 with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and has played with the Edmonton Eskimos and last season with the Saskatchewan Roughriders.CLEVELAND - The Indians agreed to one-year contracts with outfielder Brandon Moss, right-hander Bryan Shaw and right-hander Josh Tomlin on Friday, avoiding arbitration a year after they had two cases go to hearings.Cleveland reached deals with all six of its players in arbitration. The Indians agreed with right-hander Carlos Carrasco ($2,337,500), left-hander Marc Rzepczynski ($2.4 million) and third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall ($2.25 million) on Thursday.Last year, the Indians ended up in arbitration hearings with Tomlin and pitcher Vinnie Pestano, winning both cases. Those were their first arbitration cases since 1991. Tomlin was awarded $800,000.Tomlin will get $1.5 million this year. Moss agreed to a $6.5 million deal and Shaw will get $1.55 million.Tomlin went 6-9 with a 4.76 ERA in 16 starts and nine relief appearances. General manager Chris Antonetti said on Friday that Tomlin will come to spring training ready to try to win a spot in the rotation.His first oppportunity will be to compete for a spot in the rotation, Antonetti said.dddddddddddd If that doesnt happen, hell be a candidate for the bullpen as well.More than anything, we think Josh is an effective major league pitcher, whether its as a starter or a reliever. So you can never have enough quality pitching. Having that contract value is one that makes sense for us.The Indians obtained Moss from Oakland in the first trade of the winter meetings last month, hoping to add power to their lineup. The 31-year-old outfielder batted .234 with 25 homers and 81 RBIs in 147 games for the Athletics last season. A hip injury limited him in the second half of the season, and he had surgery when it was over.Hes progressing well, Antonetti said. His timetable remains the same. Hopefully hell be in games at some point in spring training and ready for the start of the season.Shaw went 5-5 with a 2.59 ERA last season in a career-high 80 appearances with two saves. ' ' '

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