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 ABBOTSFORD, B. Air Max 270 React Pas Cher .C. - Blair Jones scored the eventual winner in the third period as the Abbotsford Heat defeated the Oklahoma City Oil Barons 3-2 in American Hockey League action on Friday. Jones goal at 7:32 of the third gave the Heat a two-goal lead. The Barons scored late, but the Heat (40-25-7) hung on for the win. Brett Olson and Derek Smith scored on the Heats first two shots of the game. Matthew Ford and Taylor Fedun scored for the Barons (33-28-11), who slipped to eighth-place with the loss. Richard Bachman made 16 saves. Joni Ortio stopped 35 shots, including a toe save in close off Ford, the Barons leading goal scorer, with seconds to play. Abbotsford has won six of its past eight games, improving its chances of catching Chicago for fourth in the Western Conference. Olson opened the scoring just 90 seconds into the game after Corey Locke skated around a defender at the blue-line and fed him the puck down low. Olson took the pass off his skate and backhanded the puck over a sprawling Bachman for his 16th of the season. Brett Kulak picked up the second assist on the play for his first career AHL point. Smith made it 2-0 at 5:34, blasting a slap shot from just across the blue-line between the legs of Bachman. The Barons pushed to get on the board but were denied. Ortio robbed Juhjar Khaira in close on a rebound attempt. Then the Finnish netminder made a pad stop off Darnell Nurse on a backdoor play. Shots were 12-3 for the visiting Barons at the 14-minute mark of the period. The Barons finally solved Ortio at 5:37 of the second period on the power play as Ford deflected C.J. Stretchs wrist shot in midair, for his team-high 24th goal. Oklahoma City thought they tied it at 11:06, but the goal was immediately waved off because Andrew Miller kicked the puck in. Moments later Roman Horak was sent in on a breakaway by Miller, but the former Heat forward was stonewalled by Ortio. Jones restored the two-goal cushion for Abbotsford, taking a drop pass from Ben Street and ripping a shot blocker side for his 16th of the season. The Barons got back within one with just over two minutes to go as Feduns point shot redirected off of a Heat defenders skate past Ortio. The two teams face off again Sunday afternoon in Abbotsford. NOTES: Max Reinhart had his seven-game point streak snapped. ... Reigning AHL player of the week Sven Baertschi had his five-game point streak snapped. … Ortio was recently named to the AHL All-Rookie team. Chaussure Pas Cher Chine . -- The Orlando Magic finally are showing the patience in critical moments that coach Jacque Vaughn has been waiting for all season. Air Max 270 React Soldes . 15-23, the Ottawa Senators will by hoping to avoid going five straight games without a victory for the first time since a 0-3-2 drought from Oct.CLEVELAND -- The Indians found someone to boost their sagging offence. They now have to hope its not too late. After scoring just three runs in three games while being swept in Atlanta, the Indians acquired outfielder Jason Kubel and cash on Friday from Arizona to help their playoff push. Kubel, who hit 30 homers last season for the Diamondbacks, has struggled in 2013, his second year with Arizona. He was designated for assignment earlier this week. In exchange for Kubel, the Diamondbacks will receive a player to be named later or cash. A left-handed hitter, the 31-year-old joins Cleveland just as it opens a three-game series in Detroit. The Indians trail the AL Central-leading Tigers by 6 1/2 games and are four back in the wild-card chase. "Were excited to bring him back to the American League and give him a chance to contribute," Indians general manager Chris Antonetti said. Kubel was batting just .220 with five homers and 32 RBIs in 89 games, and had been reduced to mainly pinch-hitting duties before Arizona designated him on Tuesday. The Diamondbacks had 10 days to trade, release or put Kubel on waivers, but found a trading partner with the Indians, who are in a collective batting slump at the worst possible time. The Indians went 0-for-18 with runners in scoring position against the Braves, and everyone in Clevelands batting order is underperforming. The Indians are batting only .238 since the All-Star break and .227 in August. Their leading hitter, All-Star second baseman Jason Kipnis, is batting .285 entering the weeekend. Air Max 270 Pas Cher Chine. "Hes another left-handed bat," Cleveland manager Terry Francona said. "We dont know how much hell play." Antonetti said Kubel can play some outfield and will be used as a designated hitter and to pinch-hit over the seasons final month -- and hopefully in the playoffs. "Itll be nice to have another bat here," Francona said. "If he gets a big hit or two, it wont bother us." Kubel, who is not expected to join the Indians until Saturday in Detroit, spent seven seasons in Minnesota before signing as a free agent with Arizona in 2011. Hes making $7.5 million this year with a club option worth $7.5 million for next season. Kubels familiarity with the AL Central is another reason the Indians acquired him. Of Clevelands final 29 games, 19 are against divisional opponents. Also, the Indians signed free agent catcher Kelly Shoppach to a minor league deal and assigned him to Triple-A Columbus. Shoppach spent four seasons (2006-09) with the Indians after he was acquired in a trade with from Boston. The 33-year-old spent the first 2 1/2 months with Seattle, batting just .196 with three homers and nine RBIs in 35 games before he was released on June 20. "Kelly offers us an opportunity to improve our depth," Antonetti said. "Hes a veteran catcher who has had success at the big league level. He can still run a game, handle a pitching staff and control the running game." Shoppach was also with Washingtons and Pittsburghs Triple-A affiliates this season. ' ' ' 
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