Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Sports Jan 18 2011
Wasaga Beach |
Bayshore News Staff
Scores and Games
So much for the easy victory.
The Montreal Canadiens blew a four-goal lead before beating Calgary 5-4 in overtime.
P-K Subban scored the winner 1:06 into O-T after the Flames scored four unanswered goals.
Michael Cammalleri, Lars Eller, Andrei Kostitsyn and Jeff Halpern each scored for Montreal.
Rene Bourque, Jarome Iginla, Ales Kotalik and Alex Tanguay had one each for Calgary.
Both Flames goalie Miikka Kiprusoff and Montreal's Alex Auld were pulled after each allowing four goals.
Zdeno Chara had his first career hat trick as the Boston Bruins ripped Carolina 7-0.
Mark Stuart opened the assault by scoring early in the first period after missing the previous 18 games with a broken finger.
Bruins goalie Tim Thomas stopped 31 shots for his seventh shutout this season.
Patrick Marleau scored early in his one-thousandth career game to help San Jose beat the Coyotes 4-2.
Rookie Logan Couture and Dany Heatley each had a goal and an assist for the Sharks.
Stars forward Jamie Langenbrunner also scored in his one-thousandth game.
Langenbrunner's goal led Dallas to a 2-1 victory over the L-A Kings.
Bryan Little scored once in regulation and once in a shootout to lift Atlanta past Florida 3-2.
The Thrashers trailed 2-0 until Little and Evander Kane scored 44 seconds apart late in the third period.
Vladimir Zharkov scored his first N-H-L goal as New Jersey downed the New York Islanders 5-2.
Don't look for Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir at the national figure skating championships.
The Olympic gold medal ice dancing duo is skipping the event to give the pair more time to work on their routine.
They lost practice time after Virtue required leg surgery in September.
The championships go January 21st to 23rd in Victoria.
Brett Favre (fahrv) has filed his retirement papers with the N-F-L.
It's a procedure the 41-year-old quarterback has done twice previously before changing his mind.
Zenyatta capped a storied career with Horse of the Year honours.
Zenyatta was 19-and-oh before losing her final race to Blame in the Breeders' Cup Classic last November.
Meanwhile, Canadian-based jockey Omar Moreno was named American thoroughbred racing's top apprentice rider in 2010.
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