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GUELPH, Ont. - Zac Leslie scored two goals and assisted on two more, and Justin Nichols made 34 saves as the Guelph Storm blanked the Kitchener Rangers 6-0 in Ontario Hockey League action on Sunday. Brody Milne, Hunter Garlent, Brock McGinn and Scott Kosmachuk, with his 19th of the season, also scored for the Storm (19-4-3). Jason Dickinson and Matt Finn had two assists each. Jordan DeKort made 36 saves for the Rangers (8-14-1). --- FRONTENACS 7 STEELHEADS 5 KINGSTON, Ont. — Henry Ikonen scored a power-play goal and an empty-netter and picked up two assists to lead the Frontenacs over Mississauga. Roland McKeown and Darcy Greenaway also had power-play goals for Kingston (12-9-3) while Sam Bennett and Samuel Schutt scored short-handed. Ryan Kujawinski had the Frontenacs only even-strength goal. Josh Burnside had two goals and two assists for the Steelheads (13-12-2), Trevor Carrick scored twice and added an assist and Dylan Smoskowitz picked up two points on a goal and an assist. Mississaugas Spencer Martin stopped 35 shots in defeat while Kingstons Matt Mahalak made 25 saves for the victory. --- 67s 5 ICEDOGS 2 OTTAWA — Ryan Van Stralen scored twice and added an assist as the 67s edged Niagara. Owen Stewart, Tyler Hill and Joseph Blandisi rounded out Ottawas (9-13-2) offence, which errupted for three third-period goals to put the game out of reach. Billy Jenkins had a goal and an assist and Eric Ming scored the other Niagara (6-16-4) goal. IceDogs goalie Christopher Festarini made 16 saves while Ottawas Philippe Trudeau stopped 25 of 27 shots for the victory. --- COLTS 5 GENERALS 3 OSHAWA, Ont. — Barrie scored four straight goals to complete a comeback victory over the Generals. Down 2-1 in the closing minutes of the second period, the Colts (14-8-3) attacked with goals from Andreas Anthanasiou, Andrew Mangiapane, Tyson Fawcett and Justin Scott to leap in front of the home team 5-2. Brendan Lemieux scored the first Barrie goal at 3:09 of the first period. Scott Laughton and Michael Dal Colle had a goal and an assist each for Oshawa (19-6-1) and Josh Sterk scored the other. Mackenzie Blackwood made 24 saves for the Colts while Daniel Altshuller made 30 saves for Oshawa. --- WHALERS 2 SPITFIRES 1 WINDSOR, Ont. — Matt Mistele scored two straight third-period goals, and Alex Nedeljkovic made 44 saves to lift Plymouth over the Spitfires. Brock Hiddink had two assists for the Whalers (11-14-1) in a game that was scoreless until 8:57 of the third period. Kerby Rychel cut the deficit in half at 18:27 of the third with his 15th goal of the season for Windsor (15-9-0). Steven Janes had the assist. Windsor goalie Dalen Kuchmey stopped 21 shots. Ronde Barber Jersey .com) - Stanley Johnson had 18 points and No. Ryan Fitzpatrick Jersey . Simon (10-3) allowed three runs on five hits and three walks in 6 1-3 innings to break a tie with the Dodgers Zack Greinke and Cardinals Adam Wainwright for the NL lead in victories. 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The deal followed Houstons decision to trade last years starting centre fielder, Dexter Fowler, to the Chicago Cubs.Rasmus has hit at least 18 homers in each of his last three seasons, including tying a career-best with 23 in 2012. The lefty batter hit .225 with 40 RBIs and 21 doubles in 104 games for the Blue Jays last year.The signing reunites him with Houston general manager Jeff Luhnow, who selected him in the first round of the 2005 amateur draft for the St. Louis Cardinals.As scouting director, he was my first-ever selection, so we were sort of tied together in the St. Louis media throughout his rise through the minor leagues, Luhnow said. It was a good opportunity for us to reunite. Its always nice when you have some pre-existing relationship with a player and you know a little bit about them.Luhnow believes Rasmus will be a nice addition to a lineup already laced with power hitters including Chris Carter, George Springer and Evan Gattis.Hes got speed, Luhnow said. 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To hear him talk about it, I thought it would be a good place for me.Rasmus started 80 games in centre field last season and has played both right and left field in his six-year big league career. Hes most comfortable in centre field but is open to playing wherever new manager A.J. Hinch decides to put him.Ill be ready to do anything that the team needs, Rasmus said. Weve got a couple of other guys that can play some good centre field. So moving around and doing some things that A.J. might think will help us do that — Im game in with that. I just want to come in and win and winning is going to be the key for us.The majority of Houstons outfielders are versatile enough to play all three positions. Jake Marisnick, who was acquired in a trade with the Marlins last season, is the most likely alternative in centre if Rasmus doesnt get the job.My goal this spring was to provide A.J. and his staff with as many options as possible and backups to those options, Luhnow said when asked if Ramus would start in centre. Hes got options and if one doesnt work he can always move to another. We know that we signed Colby to be in our lineup. He certainly will be facing probably all the righties and a decent amount of lefties. China NFL Jerseys Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys Cheap Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Basketball Jerseys Online Stitched Hockey Jerseys Wholesale Baseball Jerseys Football Jerseys Outlet College Jerseys For Sale Cheap MLB Jerseys Wholesale Soccer Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys For Sale Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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