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    January 17, 2020 9:28 PM EST

    WINDSOR, Ont. Air Force 1 Mid Just Do It . - Matt Murray made 38 saves, including 17 in the opening period, for his fifth shutout of the season, as the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds whipped the Windsor Spitfires 6-0 in Ontario Hockey League action on Thursday. Dylan Corson scored twice for the Greyhounds (30-10-5), who won their fourth in a row. Andrew Fritsch, Patrick Watling, Blake Speers and Bryan Moore also scored for Sault Ste. Marie, which led Windsor (25-17-2) 3-0 after one period and 6-0 after two. Spitfires goalie Dalen Kuchmey allowed three goals on 22 shots in just over 28 minutes. His replacement, Alex Fotinos, stopped seven of 10 shots. --- PETES 5 STEELHEADS 4 PETERBOROUGH, Ont. -- The Petes built a 5-2 lead in the second period before holding off Mississauga. Brandon Devlin, Hunter Garlent, Eric Cornel, Anthony Stefano and Nelson Armstrong scored for Peterborough (18-21-4). Sam Babintsev scored twice for the Steelheads (16-25-4), who lost their fourth in a row. Greg DiTomaso and Brett Foy also scored for Mississauga. Foys goal at 7:34 of the third period made it a one-goal game. Andrew DAgostini stopped 25 shots for the Petes, while Spencer Martin handled 23 shots for the Steelheads. --- ICEDOGS 6 FRONTENACS 3 ST. CATHARINES, Ont. -- Mitchell Fitzmorris struck twice as Niagara topped Kingston. Carter Verhaeghe scored and added two assists for the IceDogs (15-22-6), while Matt Gillard had the eventual winner. Anthony DiFruscia and Aleksandar Mikulovich had goals as well. Brent Moran got the start in Niagaras net, stopping all 10 shots he faced in 12:40 of work. He was replaced by Blake Richard, who turned aside 30 of 33 shots faced. Conor McGlynn had a pair of goals for the Frontenacs (24-15-4), while Lawson Crouse added a single. Matt Mahalak started in net, making 24 saves on 28 shots for Kingston in 29:04 of work. Lucas Peressini kicked out eight of 10 shots in relief. --- COLTS 4 BATTALION 3 (SO) NORTH BAY, Ont. -- Joseph Blandisi and Andreas Athanasiou scored in the shootout as Barrie edged the Battalion. Athanasiou scored on a penalty shot in the third period for the Colts (22-17-3), then Blandisi tied the game 3-3 to force overtime. Andrew Mangiapane had a short-handed goal in the second. Mackenzie Blackwood made 27 saves for the win. Ben Thomson had a pair of goals for North Bay (21-17-6) and Matt MacLeod scored as well. Jake Smith stopped 33 shots. --- KNIGHTS 6 RANGERS 2 LONDON, Ont. -- The London Knights fired 52 shots on net and ended a three-game losing streak with a win over Kitchener. Chris Tierney scored twice for the Knights (29-9-5), with his first coming in a four-goal second period. Brett Welychka, Josh Anderson and brothers Ryan and Matt Rupert also scored for London Justin Bailey opened the scoring for the Rangers (15-26-2) 41 seconds into the game. Mike Davies tied it for Kitchener at 2-2 in the second period. Anthony Stolarz made 39 saves for London, while Matthew Greenfield stopped 46 for the Rangers. Air Force 1 Scontate Uomo . -- Challenged for the first time under Major League Baseballs expanded replay system, umpires got it right. Air Force 1 Outlet . The deals were announced on Friday. Beckham will receive $4.175 million in base salary, while De Aza will receive $4.25 million. Beckham hit .267 with five home runs and 24 RBIs over 103 games last season, his fifth with the White Sox.SARAJEVO -- Wild celebrations broke loose Sarajevos central square Tuesday after Bosnia qualified for its first World Cup as an independent nation. Almost 10,000 delirious fans jumped, cried and screamed Vamos Bosnia -- or Go Bosnia -- when striker Vedad Ibisevic scored in the 68th minute to secure a 1-0 win over Lithuania at Kaunas. Immediately after the match, the Bosnian players were seen on TV crying in each others arms at Kaunas, prompting tears to roll down thousands of cheeks at streets and homes in Bosnia. Thousands of fans, meanwhile, headed to the airport to wait for their "Dragons". "They have no idea what they have done to the people here," wept unemployed Salih Redzic, 52. "We all need some Brazil. Its not even about soccer any more. Its about this feeling many of us have almost forgotten and the younger ones have never experienced. The feeling of success," he said. Bosnia has been close before. It narrowly missed out on the 2010 World Cup and 2012 European Championship, both times losing to Portugal in the playoffs. But the current team, led by Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko and German-born playmaker Zvjezdan Misimovic, made no mistake on Tuesday night. For at least a while, they made their countrymen forget their nations more than 25 per cent unemployment, the low standard of living, the 47 million euro of EUs funds lost last week over internal political bickering. "We are going to Brazil," the crowd was chanting and TV screens were flashing. Air Force 1 Alte Comfort Prm Year Of Snake. Thats all that mattered: to use the word we in combination with something synonymous to success. For many Bosnians, football success has been a rare cause for celebration since the country descended into nearly four years of war two decades ago. The conflict killed over 100,000 people and left a legacy of poverty, high unemployment and never-ending political strife. "We do not have other reasons to be happy," said Benjamin Saric, a 20 years-old student from Sarajevo who holds little hope of finding a job even when he graduates. Occasionally, the noise of the fireworks were a reminder of the worst days of the wartime Sarajevo siege. Honking cars cruised the streets all night and people walked the city wrapped in blue and yellow flags. Upon landing, the team came out singing songs about Bosnia. Usually serious coach Safet Susic joked with the press saying some of the players will be kicked out of the team because of their behaviour in the plane. The team replied by singing an even louder a song about him. "This is the happiest moment of my career," Susic stated before leaving the airport building and entering the bus taking the team to a party at the main square. But even as the bus made its way to the celebration at 2 a.m., the team could see the jubilation throughout the city caused by their win. ' ' '