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Winnipeg Jets 3, Buffalo Sabres 0 - (Jets 19-18-5, 10-8-4 at home). For the second time this season, the Jets have a three-game winning streak. Al Montoya stopped 27 shots for his second shutout of the season and fifth of his career. Montoya has now won his last five starts and his last six decisions. The win was his eighth of the year, one shy of his career high. The only goal of the opening period came from Keaton Ellerby; his second of the season. Andrew Ladd picked up the only assist, extending his point streak to four games (2-3-5). The Jets took four penalties in the opening period and were outshot 10-8. Both teams missed great chances in the first, with the Sabres having one disallowed as the net was ruled off the pegs. The second goal of the game also came from the back end, with Jacob Trouba notching his third of the season. Chris Thorburn in his 500th NHL game and Devin Setoguchi picked up assists. Trouba now has 2-7-9 in December. Shots in the second were 12-10 in favour of Buffalo. The Jets closed out the game with an empty net goal. With the wide open net in front of him, Evander Kane elected pass the puck to Anthony Peluso for his second of the year. Mark Scheifele also picked up an assist and continues to lead all rookies in points since November 23. He went into the game tied for the NHL lead in rookie assists. Final shots 27-26 Buffalo. "The game wasnt as well played at our game in Colorado," said coach Claude Noel. "We did enough to get the win. First period set the tone – there was not pace because of the four penalties we took. Montoya was real strong. Happy we have won three in a row, but it was challenging to win the game. Not a lot of comfort in the way we played. We are going to have to be better on this upcoming trip and we know it. They had a lot of second chances and it could have been different if Montoya had not been sharp." On the empty net goal: "Nice play. Very unselfish on Evanders part," said Noel. As for who will start in goal next game: "cant lose sight of the fact Pavelec is our starting goaltender. We will play it game by game and well decide who starts the next game. The situation will play itself out." The upcoming trip starts Thursday in Ottawa (Montoya had a shutout in Ottawa last year in a 1-0 Jets win), followed by two afternoon games, Saturday in Boston, Sunday in Pittsburgh. All games on TSN Jets and TSN 1290. Air Max 97 BW . HEROES P.K. Subban – Scored the overtime winner and assisted on Montreal’s earlier goal, both on the power play, in a 2-1 win over Nashville. Air Max 97 Ultra outlet . Its been a successful Games for Canada, which will finish near the top of the medal standings again. 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Toronto FC hosts the three-time Italian league champions in a friendly Aug. 7 at BMO Field, a game that Roma CEO Italo Zanzi said falls within a key part of their pre-season.Cary, NC (SportsNetwork.com) - Guy Boros opened up with a first-round, 6- under 66 on Friday and he holds an early 1-shot lead at the SAS Championship. Boros has never won on the Champions Tour and he had one career victory on the PGA Tour at the 1996 Greater Vancouver Open. This is only Boros second career event on the Champions Tour after making his debut at the Pacific Links Hawaii Championship in September. Its very nice going from the oldest guy to the youngest guy, it works out very nice, said Boros, who turned 50 on September 4. The course is very good. The guys still play awful well, so Im happy to be out here and hopefully I can stay out here and keep playing. Marco Dawson dropped a shot late and he fell out of a tie for first with Boros. Dawson fired a 5-under 67 at Prestonwood Country Club and he is tied for second with Tom Lehman. Hale Irwin, the 2005 champion at this event, also had a share of the lead at one point, but a double-bogey on his second-to-last hole had him finish in a tie for fourth at 4-under 68. Irwin was joined there by Larry Mize and Paul Goydos. Defending champion Russ Cochran carded a 1-under 71 on Friday and he is five shots back of the leader. Boros had a rather consistent day on both the front and back nine. Boros began his day on the right foot with a birdie at the first. After a pair of pars, Boros drained his second gain on No. 4 to get to minus-2. A trio of pars from No. 5 preceded Boros third birdie on the par-3 eighth and he ended his front nine with a par on No. 9. It was more of the same on the back nine from the 50-year-old Boros. After back-to-back pars on 10 and 11, Boros poured in another birdie on No. 12. He finished strong with four pars and two birdies on 15 and 18 to complete his bogey-free first round. I played pretty well today. I hit one bad drive on 17 today and I think I might have hit 15 greenns, Boros said.dddddddddddd Other than that, made a couple putts which is very nice and always birdieing the last ends the day on a good note. Dawson, also starting his day on the front nine, rolled in two birdies in his first four holes on two and four. His first bogey on No. 6 did not slow Dawson down as he responded with a pair of birdies on seven and eight. Dawson closed out his 3-under front nine with a par on No. 9. After two more pars on 10 and 11, Dawson drained an eagle on the par-5 12th to get to minus-5, and he joined Boros atop the leaderboard with another gain on No. 13. Dawson slowed down from there, however, as he made three straight pars before making his second bogey on No. 17 to drop him back a shot. Dawson finished with a par to end one back through 18 holes. Lehman, beginning his day on the back nine, was very quiet to start before exploding on his final nine. Lehman started out with eight straight pars from No. 10 before making his first birdie on No. 18 as he made the turn at minus-1. After a par on No. 1, Lehman rattled off five birdies in a six-hole stretch from No. 2. He also bogeyed the par-4 sixth. Lehman closed things out with back-to-back pars on eight and nine to end at minus-5. Irwin, playing the back nine first, made back-to-back birdies on 10 and 11 before finishing off his front nine with seven straight pars. Irwin was tied for the lead after making birdies on one, two, six and seven, but he tripped to a double-bogey on No. 8 to drop him two shots back, where he ended after a par on nine. NOTES: Boros tied for 53rd in his first Champions Tour event at the Hawaii Championship ... Dawson has also never won on tour, while Lehman has won nine times ... Tom Byrum had a very up-and-down day, which included four bogeys, a double-bogey, a quadruple-bogey, three birdies and a hole-in-one on the par-3, 168-yard eighth hole. ' ' '