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« on: June 29, 2014, 06:52:17 PM »
MEDICINE HAT, Alta. - Trevor Cox scored two goals and Marek Langhamer made 43 saves to lift the Medicine Hat Tigers over the Kootenay Ice 4-1 in Game 7 of their second round Western Hockey League playoff series Wednesday. Cole Sanford had a goal and two assists, and Steve Owre also scored for the Tigers, who will play the Edmonton Oil Kings in the Eastern Conference final starting Friday. Landon Peel scored the lone goal for the Ice, just 51 seconds into the game. Kootenays Mackenzie Skapski stopped 24 shots in the losing effort. wholesale jerseys . The White Sox havent been to the postseason since 2008, and although last years 88-74 record marked a nine-game improvement from the teams 2009 win total, there is still more work to be done. cheap jerseys . San Diego did get its current nine-game trek off to a strong start, registering a 3-1 win at Colorado on June 13, but then proceeded to lose six straight times that included a 14-5 rout at the hands of the Red Sox in Mondays opener of this set. DeRozan was named to the Eastern Conference reserves on Thursday but teammate Kyle Lowry was not named to the team. cheap jerseys from china . -- Al Jefferson found a groove just in time for the Charlotte Bobcats. cheap nfl jerseys . -- Down by 25 in the second quarter, the Indiana Pacers still had plenty of time. HOUSTON -- The Houston Texans released nine-time Pro Bowl safety Ed Reed and put running back Arian Foster on injured reserve Tuesday, the latest blows in a disaster of a season. Reed missed the first two games after hip surgery and was recently relegated to a backup role. On Friday, he expressed his displeasure at not starting. On Sunday, after Houstons seventh straight loss, he publicly criticized the team and said they had been outplayed and outcoached in the teams first full game without coach Gary Kubiak, who is recovering from a mini-stroke. Interim coach Wade Phillips, who is the teams defensive co-ordinator, seemed unhappy when asked about Reeds comments on Monday. "Everybody has their own feelings about whats happening," Phillips said. "They have their own ideas about whats happening or didnt happen. We try to keep everything in house." A few hours before the Texans announced his release, Reed tweeted: "Thanks to the Texans! And the City of Htown!" The 35-year-old Reed was signed to a three-year, $15 million contract in the off-season after he spent his entire 11-year career with Baltimore. The Texans courted him in an effort to beef up what they saw as an elite defensive unit that needed an upgrade in the secondary to make an expected run at the Super Bowl. But Reed never showed the playmaking ability he had become known for in Baltimore and had just 16 tackles this season.dddddddddddd. The move could mean the end of the career of a player many believe is the best to ever play his position. He was the AP Defensive Player of the Year in 2004 and led the league in interceptions that season and again in 2008 and 2010. Hes made the Pro Bowl in each of the last seven seasons and was a five-time All-Pro. He started each game for the Ravens last season and had four interceptions and 49 tackles to help them to a Super Bowl win. A first-round draft pick in 2002, his 61 career interceptions were most among active players and he has 109 passes defended, 524 tackles and 11 forced fumbles in 167 games. The Texans (2-7) have gone from Super Bowl contenders to AFC bottom-feeders. Besides Kubiaks health problems, quarterback Matt Schaub was benched and standout linebacker Brian Cushing was lost for the season to an injury. Now the Texans lose Foster, who needs back surgery. He didnt practice last week after injuring his back on Houstons first series against Indianapolis. The former Pro Bowl player gained 542 yards on 121 carries with one touchdown and had 22 receptions and another score this season. Ben Tate, still recovering from four broken ribs, carried 15 times Sunday against the Cardinals for just 56 yards. He is expected to start against Oakland (3-6) on Sunday, backed up by Dennis Johnson and Deji Karim. ' ' '


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