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Anthony Camara in overtime as the Barrie Colts advanced to the second

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. babyliss pro . -- Anthony Camara in overtime as the Barrie Colts advanced to the second round of the Omtario Hockey League playoffs by beating the Mississauga St. Michaels Majors 3-2 Monday. The Colts won the best-of-seven Eastern Conference quarter-final 4-2. They will play the 67s in the conference semifinals, beginning Friday night in Ottawa. Camara scored 19:32 into the extra frame, firing a 2-on-1 feed from Daniel Erlich past Majors goalie Brandon Maxwell, who made 38 saves in defeat. Colts goaltender Mathias Niederberger finished with 44 saves, including 11 in overtime. Aaron Ekblad and Colin Behenna also scored for the Colts, while Jamie Wise and Mika Partanen responded for the Majors. Mississaugas Riley Brace and Barries Mark Scheifele each finished with two assists. Barrie went 1-for-4 on the power play, while Mississauga finished 0-for-4. Toffoli scores twice as 67s beat Bulls 2-1, advance to OHL second round BELLEVILLE, Ont. -- Tyler Toffoli scored twice as the Ottawa 67s advanced to the second round of the Ontario Hockey League playoffs with a 2-1 win over the Belleville Bulls on Monday. The 67s won the best-of-seven Eastern Conference quarter-final 4-2. They will play the Barrie Colts in the conference semifinals. Garrett Hooey scored the lone goal for Belleville. Ottawa goaltender Petr Mrazek made 31 saves. Malcolm Subban stopped 35 shots for the Bulls. A scoreless first period saw a lot of chances at both ends, with both goaltenders making big saves. Hooey opened the scoring for Belleville in the second period with his first goal of the playoffs as he fired a wrist shot high from the high slot past Mrazek. After Subban stopped a two-man breakaway, Ottawa kept the pressure going and Toffoli knotted the game up with his fifth goal of the series. Toffolis game winner came just under six minutes in to the third period. babyliss curl secret . - For Sacramento fans, just seeing their Kings on the court was a victory after all the talk of moving at the end of last season. babyliss perfect curl . With the expiration date on the current collective bargaining agreement -- Sept. 15 -- drawing near, NHLPA executive director Donald Fehr, and his top assistant and brother, Steve Fehr, sat down with commissioner Gary Bettman and his deputy, Bill Daly, for a status check after a week of little to no communication. When thinking about the best way to describe what the 2013 season will be like for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, the one word that comes to mind is awkward. Make no doubt about it, playing your home games at the University of Guelph means you have little or no home field advantage. This is not a criticism of the athletic facilities at Guelph; I had four Argonauts training camps there and know its ability to host a CFL team for a season; it will work out well, but it is not the same as playing in your home city. It doesnt mean you cant win it just means you have to focus better. Hamilton is a two-thirds team. Their offence was productive last year: they were first in points scored at 29 per game, first in passing yards at 298 per game, and second in net offence with 298 yards per game. But they also has the highest number of two and outs in the league, so sustaining drives was a major problem. Special teams were also a strength last year and, depending of course on whether or not Chris Williams plays in 2013, it should again be a strength. Hamilton was first in punt return yards and third in kick-off return yards. Now, defensively they had problems. Whether it was pass rush, pass coverage, or co-ordination, there is truly nowhere to go but up this season. In the eight most relevant defensive categories the Ticats were dead last in six, and seventh in another. It was an issue in almost every game, but I repeat: nowhere to go but up! The third issue will be the transition at head coach from George Cortez to Kent Austin. Its haard not to be excessively optimistic about Austin. babyliss uk. He has won the Grey Cup twice as a player and twice more as a head coach. And he has a quarterback that ages slowly in Henry Burris! If the Ticats can get a couple more good years out of Henry that will buy them enough time to find or develop the next Henry. It many ways the present Ticats are a success story over recent years. I remember not that long ago conversation that there would be no Ticats to succeed with. Now, with a new stadium on the way – it should be completed on time – to generate revenue, turning a profit appears closer than ever. Luca Congi hit 40 of 35 field goals on the year; the Ticats were 1- 8 on the road. This team almost leaves you in wonderment with its extremes, both successes and failures. There were certain aspects of Ticat football that were great, only to be followed by ones that were extremely bad. The seasons low though was the season-ending loss in Toronto to a fourth-string quarterback (Zack Collaros). I also remember the misshandled field goal attempt that led to a loss against Calgary. If Hamilton can bring those extremes of excellence and disaster closer to the middle, than they have as good a chance as any team. One major point of optimism though: Burris threw for 5,367 yards and 43 touchdowns last year, and as a collective offence the Hamilton produced 538 points. Sometimes it is easier to recreate success the second time than it is the first time. If he does again in 2013, you never know! ' ' '



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