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Friday, March 25, 2011

Sports Mar 25 2011

Wasaga Beach | by Bayshore News Staff  

Scores and Games

In N-H-L action last night, Toronto has climbed three points back of Buffalo for the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, as the Maple Leafs won their third in a row, 4-3 over Colorado. Meanwhile, the Montreal Canadiens didn't come out fighting against Boston to avenge Max Pacioretty's injury. In fact, they didn't come out and do much of anything, in a 7-nothing loss to the Bruins. Elsewhere, Ottawa snapped the New York Rangers five-game winning streak, with a 2-1 shootout and Edmonton managed only 12 shots in a 4-nothing loss at St. Louis.

Locally, the O-M-H-A Atom A-E Finals get underway tonight at the Eddie Bush Memorial Arena in Collingwood. The Collingwood McQueen Vue-Paving Blackhawks will take on the Pelham Panthers in 3 games this weekend. You can show your support for the Hawks by wearing red at the games. Puck drops for Game 1 tonight at 7:40.
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In Exhibition Baseball, Blue Jays starter Brett Cecil was in total command going into the 6th inning, allowing just two hits and striking out five. That was until his last pitch, a high fastball that the Atlanta Braves took full advantage of in a 5-3 victory over Toronto. Right-hander Jesse Litsch will take the mound for the Jays tonight when they visit the Boston Red Sox at 7:05.

It's win, or go home for Canada at the World Women's Curling Championship in Denmark. Amber Holland's rink from Saskatchewan plays Switzerland later this morning in a playoff to decide 4th place. Still on the ice, Manitoba's Kelly Robertson is heading to the final at the Canadian senior men's curling championship with a 10-and-1 record. Ontario's Joyce Potter finished first on the women's side.

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