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{allcanada} OHL: BRACE HELPS MAJORS WIN HOME OPENER OVER ATTACK

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Riley Brace scored a pair of short-handed goals Friday to lead the Mississauga St. Michael's Majors to a 5-3 victory over the Owen Sound Attack in a rematch of last year's Ontario Hockey League final.

With five short-handed goals in four games, Brace is almost halfway to tying the OHL record in a season.

Keith Osborne of the Niagara Falls Thunder holds the record with 12 short-handed goals in the 1988-89 season.

Brace leads the league with eight goals and is second in points with nine. He trails only Barrie Colts forwards Tanner Pearson and Colin Behenna, who are tied for the points lead with 10.

Elsewhere in the OHL it was: Niagara 4, Barrie 2; Brampton 4, Sarnia 3 (SO); Plymouth 3, Ottawa 2; Kitchener 4, Saginaw 1; Guelph 10, Erie 2; Peterborough 2, Kingston 1; London 8, Sudbury 2; Belleville 2, Oshawa 1; and Sault Ste. Marie 6, Windsor 1.

At Mississauga, Ont., Stuart Percy added two goals of his own, including one on the power-play, and Justin Rasmussen also scored for the Majors (4-0-0). Jordan Mayer chipped in with three assists.

Jarrod Maidens had two power-play goals and added an assist for Owen Sound (3-2-0), which won the league title in seven games over Mississauga last May. Attack forward Daniel Catenacci also scored on the man advantage. Matt Petgrave added two assists.

IceDogs 4 ,Colts 2@

At St. Catharines, Ont., Niagara (1-2-0) earned its first win of the season with a victory over Barrie (2-1-1).

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Battalion 4, Sting 3 (SO)@

At Sarnia, Ont., Toronto Maple Leafs prospect Sam Carrick scored twice in regulation and again in the shootout as Brampton (2-2-0). edged the Sting (1-1-1).

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Whalers 3, 67's 2@

At Plymouth, Mich., JT Miller scored at 11:45 of the third period to lift the Whalers (2-1-0) to victory over Ottawa (2-1-0).

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Rangers 4, Spirit 1@

At Saginaw, Mich., Kitchener (2-0-0) scored three times in the second period goals to dismiss the Spirit (1-3-0).

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Storm 10, Otters 2@

At Guelph, Ont., Zack Mitchell scored three times and added an assist as the Storm (2-1-1) trounced Erie (0-3-0).

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Petes 2, Frontenacs 1@

At Kingston, Ont., Steven Trojanovic scored the winner in the third period as Peterborough (3-0-1), defeated the Frontenacs (1-4-0).

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Knights 8, Wolves 2@

At London, Ont., Ryan Rupert's first hat trick in the OHL helped the Knights (3-0-0) to a win over Sudbury (0-3-0).

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Bulls 2, Generals 1@

At Oshawa, Ont., Stephen Silas snapped a tie early in the third period and John Chartrand made 29 saves as Belleville (2-2-0) downed the Generals (1-2-0).

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Greyhounds 6, Spitfires 1@

At Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., Nick Cousins scored a pair of goals to lead the Greyhounds (2-1-0) past Windsor (2-3-0).

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{allcanada} ALOUETTES SURVIVE FURIOUS BLUE BOMBERS COMEBACK FOR VICTORY

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WINNIPEG -- Anthony Calvillo threw three touchdown passes Friday as the Montreal Alouettes held off a furious Winnipeg rally to defeat the Blue Bombers 32-26.

With the win, Montreal tied Winnipeg atop the CFL standings at 8-5 and evened the season series between the clubs at a win apiece. The Alouettes and Blue Bombers play again Oct. 22 in Winnipeg.

Winnipeg was down 32-13 early in the fourth quarter, but pushed hard at the end.

The Bombers closed the gap to 32-26 with less than three minutes remaining on touchdowns by receiver Clarence Denmark and running back Chris Garrett.

With 1:44 remaining, Montreal linebacker Diamond Ferri forced Bomber veteran receiver Terrence Edwards to fumble after a catch and recovered the ball at Winnipeg's 42-yard line.

Montreal couldn't do anything with the turnover and Winnipeg started its final drive with 1:03 left.

The penalty-filled game continued when the Als were flagged for two pass interference calls. Winnipeg got the ball at the one-yard line with eight seconds remaining in front of a fifth straight sellout crowd of 30,447 at Canad Inns Stadium.

Bomber quarterback Alex Brink kept the ball and didn't get in on his first try. He also failed on a second attempt as time expired. Both plays were confirmed after video review.

Calvillo, who suffered a concussion in a win against Edmonton last week but was cleared to play, completed 26-of-44 pass attempts for 335 yards and no interceptions.

Brink was making his second career start in place of Buck Pierce, who was resting sore ribs.

Brink was 24-of-40 for 326 yards, one TD, two interceptions and two fumbles. Only one of those fumbles were lost.

Winnipeg has lost four of its past five games.

Montreal fullback Dahrran Diedrick scored on a two-yard run and receivers Jamel Richardson, Kerry Watkins and S.J. Green caught Calvillo's TD passes.

Sean Whyte connected on a 27-yard field goal for the Als and added a single off a 41-yard miss.

Richardson, the league's leading receiver, hauled in six catches for 126 yards.

League-leading rusher Brandon Whitaker, who was flipped over by a hard hit from Bomber Alex Suber on the game's second play, bounced back and rushed 15 times for 75 yards.

Garrett started for Winnipeg at running back, replacing Fred Reid and backup Carl Volny, who both suffered season-ending knee injuries in last week's loss to Toronto.

He carried 11 times for 76 yards, including a 32-yard run for a TD with 2:34 remaining in the game.

Bomber rookie linebacker Henoc Muamba, the first overall pick in this year's CFL college draft, ran a blocked punt 52 yards for his first career touchdown.

Denmark caught a 25-yard TD pass from Brink with a failed two-point convert 7:48 of the fourth. Justin Palardy booted a pair of field goals from 36 and 35 yards and has made 15 of his last 16 attempts.

The Alouettes led 15-3 at halftime and 29-13 after three quarters.

Brink got off to a good start, engineering a nine-play, 49-yard drive on his team's first possession of the game that ended with Palardy's 36-yard field goal.

Richardson helped Montreal to its first touchdown when he took a pass from Calvillo and ran 59 yards up the middle of the field to Winnipeg's two-yard line. Diedrick's TD finished the drive at 7:39.

Brink threw an interception in the first quarter that was tipped and caught by defensive end Anwar Stewart, but the Als couldn't convert the turnover into any points.

His second interception was tossed with 49 seconds left in the half, an unwise throw as he was scrambling near his goal-line that was tipped into the hands of defensive end Jermaine McElveen.

McElveen ran one yard to Winnipeg's three-yard line, but a penalty sent the Als back to the 18. Calvillo then connected with Richardson for the receiver's league-leading 10th TD.

Brink fumbled with eight seconds left in the second quarter and Stewart recovered, but Montreal came away with nothing and held the 15-3 lead.

Montreal's opening drive of the second half ended with Watkins' TD at 4:30. Winnipeg responded with Palardy's 35-yarder, but Green caught his three-yard TD pass at 10:58.

Bomber fullback James Green blocked Whyte's punt and the ball was picked up by Muamba for a 52-yard run to make it 29-13 at 14:44 of the third.

Whyte booted his 27-yard field and Winnipeg finished the game's scoring with Denmark's 25-yard TD catch and Garrett's TD run.

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{allcanada} QMJHL: SCREAMING EAGLES STORM BACK AGAINST MOOSEHEADS

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The Cape Breton Screaming Eagles continue to surprise early on in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League this season.

Cory MacIntosh scored the winner 7:32 into the third period as Cape Breton reeled off four unanswered goals Friday to rally past the Halifax Mooseheads 4-3.

The Screaming Eagles finished in last place in the QMJHL's Maritimes Division last season. Their 41 points were the lowest of any playoff team and they were swept out of the post-season in four games by the Saint John Sea Dogs.

This season, Cape Breton is 6-3-0 and leading the division ahead of the highly-touted Sea Dogs and Moncton Wildcats.

Elsewhere in the QMJHL it was: Saint John 4, Drummondville 2; Quebec 5, Moncton 1; Rouyn-Noranda 6, Blaineville-Broisbriand 2; Shawinigan 7, Acadie-Bathurst 2; and Val-d'Or 5 Gatineau 2.

At Sydney, N.S., Kyle Farrell got the Screaming Eagles on the board in the second period. Sebastien Payette and David Rose both scored in the first six minutes of the third.

Travis Randell, Darcy Ashley and Matthew Boudreau staked Halifax (3-4-0) to a 3-0 lead at the midway point of the second period.

Sea Dogs 4, Voltigeurs 2@

At Drummondville, Que., Scott Oke had a short-handed goal and Tomas Jurco scored on the power play as Saint John (5-3-0) topped the Voltigeurs (4-4-0).

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Remparts 5, Wildcats 1@

At Quebec City, Adam Erne had two goals and an assist as the Remparts (4-2-1) cruised past Moncton (5-4-0).

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Huskies 6, Armada 2@

At Broisbriand, Que, Robbie DeFulviis had a pair of goals as Rouyn-Noranda (3-4-1) sunk the Armada (3-5-0).

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Cataractes 7, Titan 2@

At Shawinigan, Que., Anton Zlobin had a hat trick, including the eventual winner, as the Cataractes (6-3-0) rocked Acadie-Bathurst (3-5-1).

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Foreurs 5, Olympiques 2@

At Val-d'Or, Que., Artem Sergeev struck twice and the Foreurs (4-4-1) never relinquished their lead to Gatineau (3-5-0).

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{allcanada} Komisarek OT goal lifts Leafs past Red Wings, 4-3

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DETROIT (AP)—Mike Komisarek(notes) scored 2:21 into overtime to give the Toronto Maple Leafs a 4-3 preseason win over the Detroit Red Wings on Friday night.

Mike Brown(notes) added two goals and Jake Gardiner(notes) a goal and an assist for Toronto. Jonas Gustavsson(notes) stopped 26 shots.

Todd Bertuzzi(notes), Gustov Nyquist and Johan Franzen(notes) scored for Detroit. Thomas Holmstrom had two assists and Jimmy Howard(notes) made 15 saves.

Red Wings' defenseman Brendan Smith(notes) was sent to Grand Rapids of the AHL on Friday after he was suspended for eight games—the remainder of the preseason and five regular-season games—for a hit to the head of Chicago's Ben Smith(notes) on Wednesday.

He wasn't expected to make Detroit's roster.

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{allcanada} Lander lifts Oilers to 4-3 shootout win over Wild

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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP)—Anton Lander(notes) scored in the second round of the shootout and Devan Dubnyk(notes) made three shootout saves to give the Edmonton Oilers a 4-3 preseason victory over the Minnesota Wild on Friday night.

Lander also had a goal and an assist in regulation as the Oilers rallied from two goals down with less than 10 minutes to play. Ryan Jones(notes) and Linus Omark(notes) also scored for Edmonton (5-2). Dubnyk made 22 saves for Edmonton, which will complete its postseason Saturday night by hosting Vancouver.

Mikko Koivu(notes), Pierre-Marc Bouchard(notes) and Devin Setoguchi(notes) scored for Minnesota (3-4), while Niklas Backstrom(notes) stopped 34 shots in the Wild's preseason finale.

Omark and Jones scored 27 seconds apart late in the third period to tie the game and force overtime.

After Lander won a faceoff, Omark beat Backstrom at 13:38 of the third period to cut the Wild lead to 3-2. Jones tied the game at 14:05 when he knocked in the rebound of Jeff Petry's(notes) shot.

The Oilers had a go-ahead goal taken off the board with 1:38 remaining when Gilbert Brule(notes) was called for crosschecking. It was ruled that the penalty occurred before the puck was tipped past Backstrom.

Koivu gave Minnesota a 2-1 lead just 47 seconds into the third period, taking a pass from Marek Zidlicky(notes) on at the left point and beating Dubnyk on the glove side with a slap shot. Zidlicky finished with two assists.

Koivu set up Setoguchi for the Wild's third goal five minutes later. Taking the pass from Koivu, Setoguchi took two strides and launched a slap shot from the right circle that beat Dubnyk and gave Minnesota a 3-1 lead.

Edmonton defenseman Taylor Fedun(notes) was taken off the ice on a stretcher after getting his skates tangled with a stick while racing Minnesota's Eric Nystrom(notes) for a loose puck. Fedun was taken to the hospital with a right leg injury.

Nystrom was given a five-minute major penalty for boarding and a game misconduct.

Edmonton was forced to play part of the second period and all of the third with only three defensemen. Ladislav Smid(notes) (right shoulder) and Taylor Chorney(notes) (right knee) also were injured during the game.

After a scoreless first period, Bouchard gave Minnesota a 1-0 lead with a goal just 37 seconds into the second. Bouchard got the puck the corner, skated along the goal line and flipped a backhand past Dubnyk.

Lander was awarded a penalty shot and tied the game at 6:57 of the second after being hooked from behind by Zidlicky. Lander backhanded the puck over Backstrom's glove.

Minnesota hosts Columbus next Friday to open the regular season. Edmonton hosts Pittsburgh on Oct. 9.

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{allcanada} Justin Bieber: I Will Sing With Him One Day, Says X Factor Hopeful

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Dear Justin Bieber,

Stop everything you're doing right now and call Drew Ryniewicz.

She's not only a big fan, but...

The 14-year-old cutie blew away the judges when she auditioned for the X Factor with an amazingly soulful rendition of "Baby."

"I think I will get to sing with Justin Bieber one day," Drew told me the other day from her home in Arizona.

Not only did Simon Cowell and Nicole Scherzinger say that they liked Drew's version of Bieber's hit single more than the original, but even L.A. Reid was impressed.

Reid, who spearheaded the launch of Bieber's career, said, "That was so original, and I love how you took it and really made it yours...You are special."

Whoa!

"I feel like I did pretty good justice to his song," Drew said. "I didn't copy him, and I don't feel like I made him look like a fool with his song either. We both have cool different versions, and I feel like he would accept that and he would like that."

We'll second that.

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