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 OSHAWA, Ont. Stitched USWNT Jerseys . - Josh Sterk scored in overtime as the Oshawa Generals maintained their lead atop the Ontario Hockey Leagues Eastern Conference with a 3-2 win over the North Bay Battalion on Wednesday. Jacob Busch scored twice in regulation for the Generals (26-10-3), who lead the Kingston Frontenacs and Sudbury Wolves by nine points atop the East. Mike Amadio and Alex Henriksson scored for North Bay (18-16-4), which missed a chance to move level on points with second-place Barrie in the Central Division. Daniel Altshuller made 32 saves for Oshawa, while Jake Smith stopped 21 shots for North Bay. Both teams were 1-for-5 on the power play. Frontenacs 6 67s 5 (SO)@ At Kingston, Ont., Spencer Watson scored the winning goal in the shootout and also had a goal in regulation as the Frontenacs edged Ottawa. Kingston defenceman Evan McEneny scored on a power-play with 28 seconds left to send the game to overtime. Sam Bennett had two goals and an assist in regulation for Kingston (21-12-4), while Ryan Verbeek also scored. Joseph Blandisi had two goals for the 67s (12-20-4). Dante Salituro, Connor Brown and Brett Gustavsen also scored. Lucas Peressini and Matt Mahalak combined for 26 saves for Kingston. Philippe Trudeau stopped 41 shots for Ottawa. Storm 3 Attack 2@ At Owen Sound, Ont., Zack Mitchell scored two goals, including the winner, as Guelph edged the Attack. Robby Fabbri also scored for Guelph (28-7-3). Holden Cook had both goals for the Attack (19-13-6). Justin Nichols made 39 saves for the Storm. Brandon Hope stopped 27 shots for the Attack. Petes 5 Bulls 1@ At Belleville, Ont., Peterborough scored three power-play goals en route to a win against the Bulls. Brandon Devlin, Nelson Armstrong and Steven Varga scored with the man advantage, and Stephen Pierog and Josh MacDonald also had goals for Peterborough (15-19-4). Scott Simmonds had the only goal for Belleville (10-24-4). Peterboroughs Andrew DAgostini stopped 29 shots. Charlie Graham meanwhile made 27 saves for the Bulls. Knights 8 Sting 6@ At Sarnia, Ont., Matt Rupert was spectacular with four goals as London overcame the Sting. Chris Tierney scored twice for the Knights (27-7-4), with singles coming from Michael McCarron and Brett Welychka. Davis Brown had a hat trick for Sarnia (12-22-4), and Jimmy McDowell, Jeff King and Nikolay Goldobin chipped in with one each. Both teams used two goalies each. Jake Patterson and Liam Herbst combined to stop 16 shots for London, while Brodie Barrick and Taylor Dupuis made 28 saves for Sarnia.         Wholesale USWNT Jerseys .75 million contract for the 2014 season and avoided arbitration. The team announced the agreement on Tuesday. USWNT Gear . Anderson is scheduled to have neck surgery April 8 to repair the injury, which occurred when he collided with the Celtics Gerald Wallace during a game in Boston on Jan. 3. The 6-foot-10 Pelicans forward, who had been averaging 19.Almost 13 years ago, the Sandra Schmirler Foundation was created by a group of the late curlers friends with the support of the Canadian Curling Association and Scott Paper. The idea came about just over three years after Schmirler was standing on the podium in Nagano 1998, signing our national anthem after capturing the Olympic gold medal in womens curling. Unfortunately, it was also just 14 months after she passed away from a rare form of cancer at the young age of 36. Much like the success Schmirler enjoyed on the ice, the foundation started in her name has been a winner at providing hospitals with funding for the care of premature and critically ill newborn babies across Canada. Despite all the big curling shots she made over the years, including the famous in-off at the 1997 Olympic Trials, Schmirler said giving birth to her only daughter at the time was her best delivery. It was clear that Schmirler never lost sight of what was important in life, which makes her name a perfect fit for the foundation, which bears the slogan Champions start small. Fake USWNT Jerseys. Currently, over 30 hospitals benefit as a result of funding from the foundation and last year, almost $300,000 was made available to those hospitals through grants. And over the 13 years the foundation has been in existence, almost $2.5 million has been allocated to 34 different hospitals Also, six junior curlers received $5,000 each in the first annual Spirit of Sandra Scholarships last year, including Kristin Streifel, who skipped Schmirlers home province of Saskatchewan in this years Canadian Junior Curling Championships in Nova Scotia. Sunday is Sandra Schmirler Day at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Montreal and TSNs Vic Rauter will be hosting the annual telethon for the foundation. Take a few minutes to visit SandraSchmirler.org or call 1-866-210-6011 and make a donation to the Sandra Schmirler Foundation. ' ' ' 
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