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VAL-DOR, Que. - Jerome Verrier scored the winner 8:24 into overtime and Louis-Phillip Guindon stopped 46 shots as the Drummondville Voltigeurs edged the host Val-dOr Foreurs 4-3 on Friday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League playoff action. Frederick Gaudreau had a pair of goals for the Voltigeurs, who lead the second-round series 1-0, and Alexandre Grand-Maison scored once. Anthony Mantha scored twice for the Foreurs, including his second at 19:26 of the third period to force extra time, while Guillaume Gelinas had the other. Val-dOrs Antoine Bibeau turned away 18-of-22 shots in a losing cause. --- MOOSEHEADS 4 OLYMPIQUES 1 HALIFAX -- Andrew Ryan had two goals and an assist and Zachary Fucale made 25 saves as the Mooseheads took Game 1 of their quarter-final matchup against Gatineau. Brent Andrews and Philippe Gadoury also scored for Halifax while Jonathan Drouin and Nikolaj Ehlers each tacked on two assists. Jonathan Bourcier scored the lone goal for the Olympiques and Robert Steeves stopped 29-of-33 shots in defeat. Vincent Dunn had a chance to tie the game for Gatineau late in the second period, but Fucale turned him away on a penalty shot to keep the game 1-0 heading into the third period. --- DRAKKAR 4 HUSKIES 1 BAIE-COMEAU, Que. -- Philippe Cadorette made 25 saves and the Drakkar scored four unanswered goals to take Game 1 of their second-round series against Rouyn-Noranda. Alexandre Ranger, Gabriel Verpaelst, Charles Hudon and Maxime St-Cyr supplied the offence for Baie-Comeau. The Huskies got their only goal from Jack Nevins, who opened the games scoring at 8:03 of the first period. Rouyn-Norandas Alexandre Belanger turned aside 30-of-34 shots in a losing cause. --- OCEANIC 3 ARMADA 0 RIMOUSKI, Que. -- Philippe Desrosiers kicked out all 40 shots his way, including 17 in the third period, as the Oceanic blanked Blainville-Boisbriand to go up 2-0 in quarter-final action. Anthony DeLuca and Patrik Zdrahal scored 26 seconds apart for Rimouski in the first period and Michael Joly added an empty-net goal in the final minute of the third period. Daniel Walcott led the Armada with six shots in Desrosiers. Etienne Marcoux stopped 23-of-25 shots for Blainville-Boisbriand. Carolina Hurricanes Jerseys . -- Edwin Encarnacion hit a three-run homer, Colby Rasmus drove in two runs and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Detroit Tigers 9-4 on Saturday. Rod Brind Amour Jersey .com) - Baltimore Ravens running back Justin Forsett is active for Sundays matchup with the Miami Dolphins. http://www.hurricanessale.com/customized/ .J. -- Travis Zajac of the New Jersey Devils took a lot of grief considering his scored the first of his career-best three goals just 12 seconds into a crucial game against the Florida Panthers. Justin Faulk Jersey . Not bad for a defenceman. The goal, that is. Although the shuffling dance steps werent bad, either. Barrie scored 55 seconds into overtime, Semyon Varlamov stopped 29 shots, and the Avalanche moved a step closer to their first playoff berth in four years with a 3-2 win over the Vancouver Canucks on Thursday night.The Indiana Pacers struck first in their Eastern Conference Finals series with the Miami Heat and theyll go for a commanding lead tonight when the two sides meet for Game 2 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Watch the action unfold live on TSN and TSN GO at 8:30pm et/5:30pm pt. The Pacers took Game 1, 107-96, Sunday afternoon in Indianapolis in a rematch of last years East Finals. The Pacers made six of their first seven shots from beyond the arc and shot 59.5 percent in the first half en route to a 55-45 cushion at the break. Indiana built its advantage up to as many as 19 in the third quarter and staved off every Heat push down the stretch in the wire-to-wire win. For the game, Indiana shot 51.5 percent from the floor and 42 percent from long range. "We played a pretty good basketball game. I think we can play better," Pacers coach Frank Vogel said after practice Monday. "I think were going to need to play better because I think Miami is going to come back and play a more complete basketball game so we have to elevate our level." The Heat lost only their second postseason game, but are staring in the face of something unprecedented. Since the Big Three of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh descended upon South Beach, the Heat have never gone down 0-2 in a series. "We had a couple of breakdowns. In the Eastern Conference Finals, you cant have that many breakdowns," James said after practice. "It wasnt a bad game at all. We scored 97 points, we got 54 points in the paint, we had 23 assists, only 11 turnovers. But we had some breakdowns defensively that allowed them to get some good shots." Paul George led the way for the Pacers with 24 points and seven assists. Indianas entire starting five scored in double figures and it moved to 6-0 this postseason when Roy Hibbert scores 10-or-more points. He finished with 19 points and nine rebounds. David Wesst tallied 19 points and seven boards, Lance Stephenson posted 17 points, eight assists and four rebounds and George Hill added 15 points for the Pacers, who improved to 4-4 at home in the playoffs after going an NBA- best 35-6 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse during the regular season.dddddddddddd Wade netted 27 points, while James supplied 25 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and three steals for Miami. Chris Andersen finished with 14 off the bench and Ray Allen added 12. Indiana raced out to a quick 7-0 start after Hill hit a quick 3-pointer and sunk a pair of free throws before Stephenson nailed a step-back jumper. The Pacers led 30-24 following a quarter of play. It was their first 30-point opening frame since Feb. 27. James cut Indianas gap to 50-45 following a pair of buckets, but the Pacers netted the final five points of the half. The Pacers piled it on in the third. George capped an 8-0 burst with a layup to extend the margin to 69-52 just before the midway point of the stanza. Two Hibbert free throws made it 81-62, but James layup concluded an 8-0 Miami flurry to get the two-time defending champs within 81-70. Wades layup pulled Miami within 83-74 early in the fourth, but the Pacers responded with six straight and the Heat never got the deficit below double digits again. "We played with a great energy," George said. "Thats been an area where we lacked this postseason. Being consistent with our energy and urgency to start games off. I thought we brought that." Indiana finished the season 7-9 and limped through the playoffs, at times looking brilliant, and other times, inconsistent. Miami has looked generally brilliant during the playoffs, and despite never falling down 0-2, this incarnation of the Heat has won all four series in which they lost Game 1. The home team in this matchup is on a nine-game winning streak. Game 3 will be Saturday night in Miami. ' ' '

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