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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Sports Mar 29 2012

Wasaga Beach | by Bayshore News Staff  

Latest Scores and Games

The Alliston Hornets are moving on in the Schmalz Cup Junior C playoffs. This comes after edging the Walkerton Hawks, 5-4 last night, to take the best-of-7 quarterfinal series in 5 games. The Georgian Mid-Ontario Champion Hornets, now await the winner of the Campbellford-Clarington series.

In the NHL:

The Canucks skated to their 2nd straight 1-0 win, this time against Colorado.

The Rangers downed the Winnipeg Jets 4-2, to take over 1st place in the overall N-H-L standings. New York and St. Louis both have 105 points, but the Rangers have the edge because of 1 more non-shootout victory.

The Dallas Stars moved past San Jose, and into the Pacific Division, with a 3-1 victory over Edmonton.

Los Angeles shutout Calgary 3-0 - that moves the Kings into a tie with San Jose, for 7th place in the West. The Sharks, meanwhile, were unable to make up any ground, by losing 3-1 to Anaheim.

Columbus beat Detroit, 4-2.

The Leafs are at home tonight to the Flyers.


The Toronto Raptors snapped a 9-game losing streak against Denver, beating the Nuggets 105-96... thanks to Andrea Bargnani's 26 points.

The Jays beat the Orioles 9-3 in spring training... Toronto takes on the Red Sox, this afternoon.

Canadian ice dancers Tessa Virture and Scott Moir could add a 2nd world championship to their resume. They took the 1st step to reclaiming their world title, by winning the short dance at the world figure skating championships in France. Canadians Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew are in 4th place, heading into today's free dance.

Toronto F-C was held to a 1-1 draw by Santos Laguna, giving the Mexican side the edge heading into the home return leg, in the CONCACAF Champions League semifinal. The game ended with a brawl at the final whistle. Toronto's captain says they've already been warned that it's going to be a war in the return match.

and... N-F-L owners have okay'd the playoff overtime rule for the regular season. No overtime game can end with a field goal on the first possession. The opposing team must get one series, and if it also kicks a field goal, the extra period continues.

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