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MessagePosté le: Ven 5 Oct - 01:55 (2018)    Sujet du message: got to 76-74 before Allen made a 3-pointer Répondre en citant

LANGFORD, B.C. -- Facing a second game in four days, Canadian rugby coach Kieran Crowley has made wholesale changes for Tuesdays contest against the U.S. in the Americas Rugby Championship. Only forwards Hank McQueen and Adam Kleeberger and backs Jack Fitzpatrick, Mike Scholz, Conor Trainor and Duncan Maguire remain from the starting 15 that beat Uruguay 17-10 Friday night at Westhills Stadium. Argentina plays Uruguay in the early game Tuesday. Argentina opened its tournament by defeating the Americans 27-9. The four-team competition, which runs through Saturday, is a developmental event for the Americas. Canada and the U.S. are fielding domestic sides, with their professionals remaining with their overseas clubs. Argentina is fielding a reserve team, with the Pumas elite squad having just wrapped up play in the Rugby Championship with Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Uruguay, with an eye to a World Cup qualifier looming against the U.S., sent its senior side. With prop Andrew Tiedemann injured, prop Doug Wooldridge and No. 8 Adam Kleeberger will serve as Canadas co-captains. Fitzpatrick shifts from fly half to fullback with Guiseppe Du Toit taking over at No. 10. --- Canada Doug Wooldridge, Lindsay RFC, Lindsay, Ont.; Ray Barkwill, Niagara Wasps RFC, Niagara Falls, Ont.; Ryan March, Abbotsford RFC, Abbotsford, B.C.; Hank McQueen, Balmy Beach, West Vancouver; Kyle Baille, Castaway Wanderers, Charlottetown, P.E.I.; Kyle Gilmour, St. Albert Rugby Club, Edmonton; Alistair Clark, Baystreet RFC, Oakville, Ont.; Adam Kleeberger, Castaway Wanderers, White Rock, B.C.; Sean White, James Bay AA, Victoria; Guiseppe Du Toit, UVic Vikes, Maple Ridge, B.C.; Jordan Wilson-Ross, James Bay AA, Alliston, Ont.; Mike Scholz, Castaway Wanderers, London, Ont.; Conor Trainor, UBCOB Ravens, Vancouver; Duncan Maguire, St. Albert Rugby Club, St. Albert, Alta.; Jack Fitzpatrick, Dublin University Football Club, Dublin, Ireland. Reserves Micha Gorvorchin, Burnaby Lake RC, New Westminster, B.C.; Djustice Sears-Duru, Castaway Wanderers, Oakville, Ont.; Jake Illnicki, Williams Lake Rustlers, Williams Lake, B.C.; Callum Morrison, (UBCOC Ravens, Victoria; Matt Heaton, SABRFC, Godmanchester, Que.; Jamie Mackenzie, UVIC Vikes, Oakville, Ont.; Adam McQueen, Calgary Hornets, Canmore, Alta.; Joe Dolesau, Burnaby Lake RC, Burnaby, B.C. Head coach: Kieran Crowley Assistant Coach: Chris Silverthorn Scrum Coach: Mike Shelley Manager: Mark Winokur Terrell Owens Jersey . The future hall of famers stole the show at the Bell Centre on Tuesday night, with Jagr moving into seventh place in all-time goal scoring and Brodeur stopping 29 shots as the Devils downed the Montreal Canadiens 4-1. 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The patch, shaped like home plate, carries the number 715, Aarons autograph and a "40th Anniversary" banner. MIAMI -- Down by 15 early, the Miami Heat could have hit the panic button. Instead, they found a way to move within two wins of another trip to the NBA Finals. LeBron James scored 26 points, Dwyane Wade added 23 and the Heat shook off a horrid start to beat the Indiana Pacers 99-87 on Saturday night in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals, taking a 2-1 lead and breaking a back-and-forth trend in the rivalry. The teams had alternated wins and losses in 13 straight meetings -- until now. Miami once trailed 37-22, before outscoring Indiana 77-50 the rest of the way. "A lot of our situations that weve been through where weve struggled have been against this team," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. "Thats what they do to you. Theyre very good. Its a function of their defence. "But we had no choice but try to re-gather." That they did. And then some. Ray Allen added 16 points and led a late-game charge for the Heat, who will host Game 4 on Monday night. And it was the second time this season the Heat rallied from 15 points down to beat the Pacers in Miami -- it also happened on Dec. 18. "Tough loss for our guys," Pacers coach Frank Vogel said. "Thought we competed pretty well, came out of the gates really strong, got off to a good start and then didnt manage our foul trouble well and didnt manage picking up their defensive intensity well." Its the third straight series where the Pacers have faced a deficit. "A ton," Vogel said when asked how much resiliency the Pacers have left. "Its very early in the series." Paul George scored 17 points for Indiana, shooting 5 for 13 in his return after being concussed late in Game 2. Roy Hibbert had 16 points, David West added 13 and Lance Stephenson scored 10 for the Pacers, who never trailed until early in the third quarter. Miami started the game 2 for 10 from the floor. The Heat then made 21 of their next 31 shots, including eight straight in the third that gave the two-time defending NBA champions their first lead. James dunk with 7:36 remaining in the third put Miami up for the first time, 52-51. That was the first of nine lead changes in the quarter, before the Heat did what Spoelstra implored his team to do in a pregame locker room address. "Impose our identity," Spoelstra said. Eventually, the message reached the Heat, and their two best players led the way. "We just want to get better as the series goes on," James said. "WWe want to move their defence from side to side.dddddddddddd When we do that, we give ourselves an opportunity to get to the lane. And when our shooters get going it definitely adds more space as you saw in the fourth quarter." James 3-pointer with 1:21 left in the third put Miami up 67-63, then its biggest lead of the night. Wade subbed in for James with 5.7 seconds left because the four-time MVP was dealing with what appeared to be a hamstring cramp and connected on a 3-pointer with 1.4 ticks remaining for a 74-67 lead going into the fourth. James retreated toward the locker room at that point, stopping halfway down the hallway known as "Championship Alley" while trainer Mike Mancias stretched him out. Meanwhile, Wade -- not exactly known for behind-the-arc prowess -- opened the fourth quarter with another 3, the Heat were up 10 and the floodgates were opening. Indiana got to 76-74 before Allen made a 3-pointer, and with that, the tone was set for the final minutes. Allen made three 3s in the final 5:59, the last of those putting Miami up by 15. "I think we need to stick to what we do," West said. "We got away from ourselves. We tried to make some stuff on the fly, which is not us." The halftime score looked ugly: Pacers 42, Heat 38. That didnt even come close to describing how much Miami struggled at times. Heres one example: After 11 minutes, it was Hibbert 10, Heat 10. Indiana led 19-5 early and 37-22 midway through the second. Luis Scola scored eight points off the bench in less than three minutes, and the Pacers were rolling. Or at least, looked like they were rolling. In the final 6:22 of the half, they had more turnovers (six) than points (five). And Miami took advantage, especially after George went to the bench with his third foul. Wade and James combined for 14 of Miamis final 18 points in the second, and a pair of short shots by Wade in the final minute helped pull the Heat within four at the break. NOTES: Commissioner Adam Silver was in attendance, posing with plenty of fans for photos. ... Stephenson had nine rebounds by halftime. The Heat, in total, had 11. ... 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