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MARKHAM, Ont. -- Ann-Sophie Bettez scored a hat trick, and Caroline Ouellette chipped in with three assists to lead the Montreal Stars to a 5-4 win over the Calgary Inferno at the Clarkson Cup womens hockey championship Thursday. Dominique Thibault had a goal and an assist and Cathy Chartrand also scored for Montreal (1-1). Catherine Herron made 14 saves. Danielle Stone scored twice for Calgary (1-1), Julie Paetsch had a goal and an assist and Abygail Laking also scored. Jenna Cunningham picked up two assists. Inferno goaltender Delayne Brian stopped 21 shots in the losing effort. Bettez scored her third of the game into an empty net at 19:35 of the third to make it 5-3, and Laking replied with a last-ditch effort for Calgary, scoring at 19:55. After a scoreless first period, Stone scored the games first goal at 4:59 of the second and Montreal replied with three straight, including Thibaults on the power play with 20 seconds left in the period to jump into a 3-1 lead. Paetsch cut the Stars lead to one goal, finding the back of the net at 9:12 of the third, and Bettez replied with her second of the night, on the power play less than five minutes later. Stone scored her second to again pull the Inferno to within a goal at 14:01 of the third. Earlier, Hilary Knight scored twice to lead the Boston Blades to a 4-2 win over the Toronto Furies. Knight, who played for the U.S. at the Sochi Olympics, also added an assist while Jillian Dempsey had a goal and an assist. Jessica Koizumi scored the other goal as the Blades improved to 2-0. Natalie Spooner and Carolyne Prevost scored for the Furies (1-1). Genevieve Lacasse made 19 saves for the win while Torontos Christina Kessler stopped 42 shots. The top two teams after the round robin will play in Saturdays final. Boston is the defending champion. Cheap Air Jordans Wholesale . - Tom Brady and the Patriots routed the Bengals and quieted the doubters. Air Jordan China Factory . 9 Baylor Bears just needed some time to get on track in their first game after the Christmas break. http://www.cheapairjordan.net/. Ferguson told Uniteds in-house TV channel on Saturday that he has no immediate plans to walk away from the game, and that he still hungers for more trophies even after 25 years in charge of the club. Air Jordan China Wholesale . It was a loss. But it was also a learning experience. Deron Williams and Joe Johnson had 24 points each to lift Brooklyn to a 94-87 win over the Raptors, making their first playoff appearance since 08. "I thought we played a little bit as expected as it is our first playoff game," Toronto coach Dwane Casey said. Cheap Air Jordan Shoes Online .2 million deal for the upcoming season with right-hander Garrett Richards.The person spoke on condition of anonymity Saturday because the announcement hadnt been made. SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The San Jose Sharks showed they have what it takes to win close games as well as laughers. Rookie Tomas Hertl scored his league-leading seventh goal before leaving with an injury and Brent Burns got the tiebreaker in the third period to lead the Sharks to their fifth straight win to open the season, 3-2 over the Ottawa Senators on Saturday night. Patrick Marleau tied the game with a power-play goal late in the second period and Antti Niemi made 21 saves as the Sharks won a nail biter after outscoring the opposition by 16 goals in the first four games. "We knew it wasnt going to be the same way every night," Marleau said. "It was going to be ups and downs, and tonight was a good challenge. We looked at it as a challenge." Zach Smith and Bobby Ryan scored for the Senators, and Robin Lehner matched a franchise record with 47 saves in his first start of the season. Ottawa has lost three straight after winning the first game on their season-opening six-game road trip. "I thought for a lot of the 5-on-5 time we did a good job," Ryan said. "Not early but we found our way. We did a lot of good things, just not enough to win." After trailing for less than a minute in their last three games, the Sharks showed they could play from behind after Ottawa took a 2-1 lead late in the first period. With the Senators playing the front end of a back-to-back, coach Paul MacLean gave backup Lehner the nod and saved starter Craig Anderson for Sundays game in Anaheim. Lehner played well, stopping a breakaway by Brent Burns midway through the second period. But he had no chance when San Jose tied it on its first power play of the night. Matt Irwin put a shot on net and the puck squirted out of the crease after a scramble in front of Lehner. Marleau got the puck alone to the left of the net and converted a backhander for his fourth goal of the season. The Sharks took the lead just after the end of their third power play when Joe Thornton fed Burns, who was alone in front for a 3-2 lead with 12:52 to play.dddddddddddd "I heard him as soon as I got the puck," Thornton said. "It was just kind of throw it in an area and he beat his defenceman back to the net and he buried it." San Jose played with the man advantage for more than 9 minutes of a 19-minute stretch spanning the second and third periods. "Robin played real good," MacLean said. "We just cant continue to take penalties, especially the undisciplined kind, the ones we are taking. You cant expect the goalie to keep killing them off." The game was not all positive for San Jose because of the injury to Hertl, who has become a teenage sensation in San Jose after scoring six times in his previous two home games. Hertl had to be helped to the dressing room after taking a hard hit from Clarke MacArthur late in the second period and did not return. "Hes a little bit sore but I think hell be fine tomorrow," coach Todd McLellan said. Another rookie, Matt Nieto, replaced Hertl on Thorntons line and got an assist on Burns go-ahead goal. The Sharks got off to a fast start behind their sensational rookie when Hertl knocked in a rebound of Dan Boyles point shot for his seventh goal in five games this season. San Jose controlled the play for much of the opening period but ended up trailing after one when Ottawa used a strong finish to score two goals. The first came out of nowhere when Chris Phillips shot hit off the end boards and came out into the slot to Smith, who shot it past Niemi. Three minutes later, the Senators took advantage of a high-sticking penalty against Andrew Desjardins to take the lead when Ryan one-timed a cross-ice pass from Jason Spezza past Niemi. NOTES: The Sharks 24 goals are their most ever through five games, surpassing last seasons total of 23. ... San Jose has had at least 47 shots three times in five games. No other team has had that many in a game once. ... D Joe Corvo was scratched for the Senators after being hit in the left eye by a puck in the morning skate. Eric Gryba played in his place. ' ' '

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