ST. Los Angeles Clippers Shirts . CATHARINES, Ont. - IceDogs goaltender Brent Moran stopped 35 shots as Niagara topped Saginaw 4-2 in Ontario Hockey League action on Friday. Vince Dunn, Eric Ming, and Graham Knott each had a goal and an assist for the IceDogs (18-27-7), and Aaron Haydon added the other Niagara goal. Justin Sefton and Kristoff Kontos had goals for Saginaw (25-23-5), while Eric Locke picked up two assists. Spirit goalie Nikita Serebryajov made 31 saves in the loss. --- FRONTENACS 7 PETES 6 (SO) PETERBOROUGH, Ont. — Spencer Watson scored in regulation and again in a shootout to lift the visiting Frontenacs over the Petes. Henri Ikonen scored twice for Kingston (28-19-4), Sam Bennett had a goal and three assists, Corey Pawley had a goal and one assist, and Ryan Verbeek also scored. Watson picked up two assists as well. Nick Ritchie scored five goals and added one assist for the Petes (24-22-5), while Eric Cornel scored one and assisted on five more. Kingstons Matt Mahalak made 24 saves, while Peterboroughs Jason Da Silva stopped 44 shots in the loss. --- WHALERS 5 GREYHOUNDS 1 PLYMOUTH, Mich. — Ryan Hartman and Connor Chatham scored two goals apiece as the Whalers toppled Sault Ste. Marie. Cullen Mercer also scored for the Whalers (19-27-5). Sergey Tolchinsky replied for the West division-leading Greyhounds (35-14-5), who have now dropped three straight. Alex Nedeljkovic made 34 saves for the win. Sault Ste. Maries Brandon Halverson turned away 23 shots in defeat. --- STORM 7 BULLS 4 GUELPH, Ont. — Brock McGinn scored his 34th and 35th goals of the season to lift the Storm over Belleville. Matt Finn and Robby Fabbri each had a goal and two assists for Guelph (41-9-3), Kerby Rychel had a goal and an assist, and Zac Leslie and Stephen Pierog scored singles. Remie Elie had a goal and assist for the Bulls (14-33-4), and Jake Marchment, Michael Cramarossa, and Cameron Brace also scored. Justin Nichols made 27 saves for Guelph. Bellevilles Michael Giugovaz stopped 23 shots in the loss. --- GENERALS 3 RANGERS 2 KITCHENER, Ont. — Dylan Smoskowitz scored two goals and assisted on another as Oshawa edged Kitchener. Cole Cassels had the other goal for Oshawa (33-15-5). He also added one assist. Mason Kohn and Matia Marcantuoni supplied the offence for the Rangers (17-32-2). Kitcheners Matthew Greenfield stopped 26 shots while his Oshawa counterpart, Ken Appleby, picked up the victory with 30 saves. --- KNIGHTS 7 ATTACK 3 LONDON, Ont. — Bo Horvat and Chris Tierney each scored twice and added one assist apiece to lead the Knights over Owen Sound. Max Domi had a goal and two assists for London (35-11-5), who outshot Owen Sound 46-19. Gemel Smith and Tim Bender also scored. Kyle Platzer scored twice for Owen Sound (23-22-6), and Ethan Szypula had a goal and an assist. Attack goalie Jack Finn made 39 saves in the loss, while Londons Jake Patterson stopped 16 shots for the win. --- STEELHEADS 3 SPITFIRES 2 MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — The Mississauga Steelheads did all their scoring on the power play to end the Windsor Spitfires seven-game winning streak. Jared Walsh, Andrew Goldberg, and Brett Foy scored for the Steelheads (20-29-4), while Bryson Ciafrone assisted on all three goals. The Spitfires (32-18-2) got goals from Trevor Murphy and Sam Povorozniouk, who also added an assist. Mississaugas Spencer Martin made 27 saves for the win. Windsors Alex Fotinos stopped 24 of 27 shots. --- 67s 7 STING 2 OTTAWA — Ryan Van Stralen scored two goals, and Erik Bradford had a goal and three assists to lead the 67s over Sarnia. Travis Konecny and Dante Salituro had a goal and two assists apiece, Brendan Bell had one goal and one assist, and Jonathan Duchesne also scored for Ottawa (18-29-4). Hayden Hodgson and Brandon Lindberg recorded goals for the Sting (15-31-6). Ottawas Philippe Trudeau stopped 35 shots for the win, while Sarnias Taylor Dupuis turned aside 34 to pick up the loss. Los Angeles Clippers Store .com) - Colorado may be ahead of the Vancouver Canucks in the Western Conference standings, but they are a club that the Avalanche may want to avoid in the playoffs. Corey Maggette Jersey . -- The Toronto Maple Leafs are tightening the race for second place in the Atlantic Division. https://www.cheapclippersonline.com/ . Burris threw for 247 yards in one half of a game -- on pace for a nearly 500-yard outing -- as the Redblacks downed the woeful Montreal Alouettes 26-10 in CFL pre-season play Friday night at Percival Molson Stadium.ARLINGTON, Texas -- Sonny Gray came off the mound and into the Oakland dugout after the eighth inning purposely trying to avoid contact with manager Bob Melvin. Gray, clearly the best pitcher on this night in a matchup against Rangers ace Yu Darvish, wanted to finish what he started. "I normally talk to him, share a laugh, make something up," Gray said. "I put my head down and he goes, How are you feeling? I just yelled Great!" and kept walking. ... Yeah, I wanted to go back out there." The right-hander did pitch the ninth, wrapping up a three-hitter for his first career complete game as the Athletics beat Texas 4-0 Monday night in Darvishs shortest outing in the major leagues. Grey (4-1) allowed only three singles while striking out six. He threw 73 of 108 pitches for strikes in his 16th career start. "I felt like telling him he better getting it done under 110 (pitches), but thats probably the wrong thing to tell a guy when he goes out for the ninth," Melvin said with a smile. "Usually he looks at me and has a conversation with me when hes coming in and he didnt even look at me after the eighth." Texas got only one runner to third base against the 24-year-old Gray, who threw two wild pitches in the sixth after Robinson Chirinos singled. Darvish (1-1) was gone after 3 1-3 innings, pulled after walking No. 9 batter Eric Sogard for the second time. Those were the only two walks for the right-hander, who allowed four runs and six hits while throwing 83 pitches (45 strikes). Darvish is winless his last nine home starts. "The first few innings I thought he mixed (pitches) pretty good," Texas manager Ron Washington said. "I thought he tried to throw everything at them. ... They found a way to put balls in play. They found a way to score runs." Josh Donaldson had a two-run single in the third, and the As made it 4-0 an inning later when Josh Reddick had an RBI triple and came home on Daric Bartons sacrifice fly. Oakland and Texas entered tied for the AL West lead and the leagues best record at 15-10. The Rangers, shut out for the first time this season, had swept a three-game series in Oakland last week. Grey walked Rangers leadoff hitter Michael Choice, but got out of the first with a fielders choice grounder and a 4-5-3 double play with three Oakland infielders shifted to right side against Prince Fielder. "The first couple of hitters it looked like what he usually does in the firrst where from time to time," Melvin said. Blake Griffin Jersey. "After that it was as well of a pitched game as Ive seen in a while." Choice grounded into an inning-ending double play in the third after the bottom two batters reached base. Darvish made his 66th start for Texas since signing from Japan before the 2012 season. His shortest previous MLB outing had been four innings at Seattle his rookie season, though he went only 1 1-3 innings in Japan start in 2006. Darvish struck out four, but three of those came in the first five batters of the game. The As are 7-1 in their nine games against Darvish, who last week got a no-decision in Oakland after going six innings and leaving a 3-3 tie before Texas won 4-3. After Donaldsons big hit, a bouncer through the left side of the infield out of the reach of diving third baseman Adrian Beltre, the As had the bases reloaded on a one-out single by Brandon Moss. Moss was thrown out retreating to first on a pitch that got away from catcher Chirinos, though the runner was originally ruled safe before Rangers manager Washington challenged and got the play overturned by replay. When Moss slid back in, his foot was against first baseman Fielders foot -- and not the base -- while being tagged. Washington lost a challenge in the eighth when thought Reddick was out on a pickoff attempt diving back to first with Barton batting. Reddick was called safe, and replay confirmed the call before Barton hit a deep flyball. Centre fielder Leonys Martin made a leaping catch on the warning back and threw to first base. Reddick was initially called safe by crew chief Jeff Nelson, who then initiated a replay and changed his call for an inning-ending double play. "Thats a first, two replays with the same guy sliding into the same base," Melvin said. "Thats part of the game now." NOTES: Rangers OF Shin-Soo Choo was out of the starting lineup for the sixth consecutive game because of a left ankle sprain, but flew out as a pinch-hitter in the ninth. ... As OF Yoenis Cespedes missed his fourth game in a row (strained left hamstring). Manager Bob Melvin said its 50-50 hell be back in the starting lineup Tuesday. ... Game 2 features a standout matchup of left-handers. Oaklands Scott Kazmir (3-0, 1.62 ERA) pitches against Martin Perez (4-0, 1.42), who has thrown 26 consecutive scoreless innings his last three starts. Perez has two consecutive three-hit shutouts, the last coming Wednesday in Oakland. ' ' '