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The Canadian mens Olympic hockey team practiced once again on Tuesday ahead of their tournament opening matchup with Norway on Thursday. Authentic Joe Pavelski Jersey . It was the teams second practice since arriving in Sochi and the line combinations used were the same as when the team took the ice for the first time on Monday. Here are Tuesdays practice lines with extra players in parenthesis: FORWARDS Chris Kunitz - Sidney Crosby - Jeff CarterPatrick Sharp - Jonathan Toews - Rick NashPatrick Marleau - Ryan Getzlaf - Corey PerryJamie Benn - John Tavares - Patrice Bergeron(Martin St. Louis, Matt Duchene) DEFENCE Duncan Keith - Shea WeberJay Bouwmeester - Alex PietrangeloMarc-Edouard Vlasic - Drew Doughty(P.K. Subban, Dan Hamhuis) Wholesale San Jose Sharks Jerseys . They all do actually — Joel-Hans Embiid (@JoelEmbiid) July 22, 2014There is no confirmation that the date is actually happening, but that didnt stop Embiid from getting dressed up. Fresh cut..... Getting ready for dinner http://t.co/NNIfKyZQzx — Joel-Hans Embiid (@JoelEmbiid) July 23, 2014 Almost 930.. Authentic Evander Kane Jersey . Directly ahead was open field, the end zone and the Seattle Seahawks place in the NFC championship game.SPARTA, Ky. -- Matt Kenseths fuel-only pit stop gamble helped him beat Jimmie Johnson late and win Sundays rescheduled 400-mile NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Kentucky Speedway. A race that was Johnsons to lose ultimately became Kenseths series-high fourth victory of the season after crew chief Jason Ratcliff passed on putting new tires on the No. 20 Toyota following the races ninth caution. "I thought he was slightly crazy when that happened," said Kenseth, who widened his lead when the field went four-wide after the restart on lap 246 and saw Johnsons No. 48 Chevy spin from second place on a dominant day he led three times for 182 of 267 laps. "I didnt think there was any way that we were going to hold on for that win. He made the right call at the right time and those guys got it done." Kenseth led twice for 38 laps, including the final 23. Johnson, the five-time champion and current series points leader, finished ninth and leads Carl Edwards by 38. The restart bothered Johnson, who accused Kenseth of breaking the pace car speed. But he took solace in salvaging his 11th top-10 despite between sandwiched in the logjam that could have been worse. "We were kind of in an awkward situation in that restart there," he said. "We were like three- and four-wide going in the corner, then something happened with the air and just kind of turned me around. Unfortunate, but at least we rallied back for a good finish." Second was Jamie McMurray in a Chevy, followed by Clint Bowyer (Toyota), Joey Logano (Ford) and Kyle Busch (Toyota). Rain on Saturday forced NASCAR officials to postpone the race to a daytime start. The event was red-flagged for 18 minutes following a seven-car wreck involving defending race and Sprint Cup winner Brad Keselowski, who returned to finish 33rd. It was the biggest incident of 10 cautions for 42 laps, but things were clean after Johnson brought out the final yellow flag. The checkered flag crowned Kentuckys third different champion in as many events though Kenseth, like Johnson, was due for a breakthrough on the 1.5-mile oval. He finished seventh here last year and sixth in the 2011 inaugural race. However, victory didnt seem likely for the 2003 Cup champion after qualifying 16th and running outside the top 20 during the first quarter of the event. "I thought our first run, we were all right and I guess probably after the second run, we were able to move forward pretty good," Kenseth said. "I felt pretty good about what we had. I thought we need to get it better." From then on, the first-year Joe Gibbs Racing driver was a perennial top-five contender. Trouble was, he and other hopefuls seemed to need Johnson to suffer misfortune to have any shot of catching him. The way he was running, that appeared unlikely. Turns out, Kenseth needed to rely on the left-side tires Ratcliff ordered the previous stop. Taking fuel only the final time allowed him to gain the lead coming off pit road, and the rubber held up on the rough, bumpy track, both on the restart and through the final laps. Ratcliff was shocked that more teams didnt folloow suit with that strategy. San Jose Sharks Shop Free Shipping. "I felt like more guys would make that call, and so I thought it was worth a shot to get out there," the crew chief said. "When we rolled off pit road and saw what everybody did, I looked to the guy beside me and Im like, I cant believe we are the only ones that did that." The decision led to a surprising late turn of events, and the tense finish in which McMurray and Bowyer took turns trying to chase down Kenseth provided a nice makeup after Saturday nights washout. In a season of struggles, McMurray was just happy with his first top-five. "Every week its been something," he said, "so its nice to have some good luck." Bowyer remained third in points and gave Michael Waltrip Racing its second straight top-two run following teammate Martin Truexs road win last week in Sonoma, Calif. Kenseths victory meanwhile typified a weekend where a number of drivers were projected to win at Kentucky. Fridays pole qualifying generated enough excitement for the series third visit, with eight drivers breaking Johnsons year-old track record of 181.818 mph. The group included the five-time champion, who shattered his own mark at 183.144 mph before Hendrick Motorsports teammate Dale Earnhardt Jr.s 183.636 mph speed in the No. 88 Chevy snatched the record and the pole, leaving Johnson to settle for the third spot. Earnhardts objective was ending a 37-race drought and improving his seventh-place points standing coming in. Earnhardt succeeded with the latter, finishing 12th to gain a spot with nine races remaining in NASCARs regular season. Johnson eventually picked up where he left off in practice and qualifying, becoming the story on Sunday with the best car after several early lead changes. Edwards quickly got past Earnhardt after the green flag and led the first 32 laps, although a competition caution allowed Earnhardt to reclaim the lead with a two-tire stop, a strategy followed by the top 10. Denny Hamlin was one of those and restarted sixth on lap 36, but he quickly had to return to the pits when his right front tire went down. Hamlins misfortune quickly created concern for Earnhardt and Johnson when the rubber slid off the tire rim during his exit and flew back on to the track. Earnhardt ran over it, bending his splitters right side, before the tire flew off and bounced off Johnsons hood to bring out the races second caution on lap 39. A hard wreck later sent Hamlin to the infield care centre and left him 35th. "I had to take a moment when I got out of the car to kind of gather my thoughts because obviously I didnt feel that great," Hamlin said. The biggest incident came on lap 49 when Kurt Busch spun out Keselowski near turn 1, triggering an accident that red-flagged the race. Greg Biffle slammed into Keselowski, lifting his car off the asphalt and leaving both Fords mangled. Somehow, both returned to finish 33rd and 34th respectively. But at the time of the wreck Johnson had already taken his first lead of the race and appeared headed to a walkover victory before Ratcliffs risk resulted in Kenseths reward. cheap falcons jerseys cheap ravens jerseys cheap bills jerseys cheap bears jerseys cheap bengals jerseys cheap cowboys jerseyscheap lions jerseys cheap texans jerseys cheap colts jerseys cheap jaguars jerseys cheap chiefs jerseys cheap rams jerseys cheap dolphins jerseys cheap vikings jerseys cheap saints jerseys cheap giants jerseys cheap jets jerseys cheap eagles jerseys cheap steelers jerseys cheap 49ers jerseys ' ' '
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