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Corbin Boes made 31 saves

Postby hily123 » 06 Mar 2017, 05:47

BERLIN -- Borussia Dortmund signed Serbian midfielder Milos Jojic and Werder Bremen presented attacking midfielder Ludovic Obraniak in the Bundesligas most eye-catching deals on Friday as the transfer window closed. Justin Williams Capitals Jersey . Wolfsburg playmaker Diego completed his return to Atletico Madrid, where the Brazilian spent a successful loan season in 2011/12, for a reported fee of 1.5 million euros ($2 million). Diegos contract with Wolfsburg was to expire at the end of the season and the Volkswagen-backed club had already brought in a replacement in Belgian midfielder Kevin de Bruyne. De Bruyne proved to be the biggest winter arrival to the Bundesliga following his switch from Chelsea for a fee reported to be around 20 million euros ($27 million). Dortmund reached agreement with Partizan Belgrade for a reported fee of around 2.2 million euros ($3 million) for the 21-year-old Jojic, who signed a contract through June 2018 with his new club. "We are very pleased to have signed such a versatile midfielder with enormous potential to complete our squad," Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc said. Jojic had been the standout performer in the Serbian first division with six goals and seven assists in 15 games before the winter break. He also scored on his Serbia debut in a friendly against Japan in October, his only international appearance to date. Jojic provided Dortmund with another option following the season-ending injury to Poland midfielder Jakub Blaszczykowski and Germany midfielder Ilkay Gundogans ongoing back problems. Bremens capture of Obraniak from Ligue 1 side Girondins Bordeaux came at the "right time," according to the player. "For me its a whole new step. Ive only played in France up to now," said the 29-year-old Obraniak, who signed through June 2016. Obraniak previously played five seasons at Metz before switching to Lille in 2007. He helped Lille to the league and cup double in his first season and joined Bordeaux in January 2012. The French-born player has made 32 appearances for Poland. "I feel French but also have Polish blood. Its an honour to play for the Polish national team," Obraniak said at his Bremen presentation. Relegation-threatened Nuremberg signed Spanish youth international Jose Campana on loan from English Premier League club Crystal Palace with an option to buy at the end of the season. "He can play in many positions across midfield," Nuremberg chairman Martin Bader said of the 20-year-old former Sevilla player. The Hamburger Abendblatt newspaper reported that Hamburger SV had signed former Germany defender Patrick Owomoyela to the end of the season. The 34-year-old Owomoyela had been without a club since his Dortmund contract expired last summer. Croatian striker Srdjan Lakic returned to second-division Kaiserslautern on loan from Eintracht Frankfurt, where he was on loan to the end of the season from Wolfsburg. Lakic previously played for Kaiserslautern between 2008-11. Hoffenheim also cut its wage bill, by letting Matthieu Delpierre go on a free transfer to Dutch side Utrecht. He was the fifth player to depart the club in January - the most for any German club. Altogether, the 18 Bundesliga clubs signed 33 new players in the winter transfer window, while 40 left. Germanys dpa news agency estimated that almost 40 million euros ($54 million) was spent, with around 13.5 million ($18.2 million) recouped through sales. Jonas Gustavsson Red Wings Jersey . Jamies number grades given are out of five, with five being the best mark. Tuukka Rask, Boston Bruins (5) – He had a brilliant game; it was a huge response for his average games before. 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Brandon Magees goal into an empty net with less than a minute to play added some insurance for Victoria. Patrik Polivka made 37 saves for the win. Mitchell Moroz, Lane Bauer and Dysin Mayo supplied the offence for Edmonton (23-10-1), while Tristan Jarry stopped 22 of 26 shots. The Royals could not score on their two power plays, while the Oil Kings went 1 for 5 with the man advantage. --- WARRIORS 4 RAIDERS 3 PRINCE ALBERT, Sask., -- Bryson Gore scored twice as Moose Jaw edged the Raiders 4-3. Brayden Point and Miles Warkentine also had goals for the Warriors (10-21-6), while Zachary Sawchenko made 29 saves for the win. Carson Perreaux opened the scoring for Prince Albert (17-16-2). Reid Gardiner and Dylan Busenius found the back of the net as well. Cole Cheveldave stopped 21 shots. --- BRONCOS 6 BLAZERS 3 SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. -- Captain Colby Cave had a pair of goals and an assist as the Broncos topped Kamloops 6-3. Dillon Heatherington, Jay Merkley and Glenn Gawdin had a goal and an assist for Swift Current (20-13-5), while Tanner LeSann added a single. Eetu Laurikainen made 27 saves in the Broncos net. Aspen Sterzer, Cole Ully and Josh Connolly all had power-play goals for the Blazers (9-23-4). Taran Kozun stopped 39 shots. --- ROCKETS 7 BLADES 1 SASKATOON -- Carter Rigby struck twice as Kelowna blasted the Blades 7-1. Mitchell Wheaton scored and added three assists for the Rockets (28-3-2), while Rourke Chartier had a goal as part of a three-point night. Zach Franko, Tyson Baillie and Myles Bell rounded out the attack for Kelowna, while Jackson Whistle turned aside 27 shots. Chase Clayton was the lone scorer for Saskatoon (10-25-3) and Alex Moodie made 44 saves. --- HITMEN 6 PATS 3 CALGARY -- Greg Chase had two power-play goals to lead the Hitmen to a 6-3 victory over Regina. Ben Thomas, Jake Virtanen, Alex Roach and Linden Penner also scored as Calgary (22-7-5) built a 6-0 lead. Chris Driiedger made 25 saves as the Hitmen earned a point in their 10th consecutive game. Curtis Joseph Red Wings Jersey. Connor Gay, Colby Williams and Adam Brooks replied in the third period as the Pats (18-14-4) mounted a comeback. Dawson MacAuley stopped 13 of 16 shots in 32:10 of work. Nick Schneider turned aside six of nine shots. --- HURRICANES 5 ICE 4 (SO) CRANBROOK, B.C. -- Reid Duke was the lone scorer in the shootout as Lethbridge upset Kootenay 5-4. Duke also scored in regulation for the Hurricanes (6-27-5), as Kolten Olynek, Riley Sheen and Giorgio Estephan had goals as well. Corbin Boes made 31 saves. Luke Philp scored twice for the Ice (18-16-3). Kyle OConnor and Tim Bozon found the back of the net too. Wyatt Hoflin stopped 10 of 13 shots in 14:20, being chased by Dukes power-play goal in the first period. Mackenzie Skapski turned aside 23 of 24 shots in relief. --- REBELS 5 TIGERS 2 RED DEER, Alta. -- Lukas Sutter scored twice as the Rebels downed Medicine Hat 5-2. Captain Conner Bleackley had a goal and two assists for Red Deer (17-16-2), while Wyatt Johnson and Adam Musil chipped in as well. Patrik Bartosak was solid in net, making 46 saves for the win. Captain Curtis Valk and Tommy Vannelli both scored with the man advantage for the Tigers (21-11-3). Daniel Wapple stopped 25 of 29 shots. --- SILVERTIPS 4 WINTERHAWKS 2 PORTLAND, Ore. -- Joshua Winquist opened and close the scoring for Everett, which ended a three-game losing streak with its 4-2 win over the Winterhawks. Jujhar Khaira and Carson Stadnyk also scored for the Silvertips (22-10-4), who had period leads of 2-0 and 2-1. Chase De Leo and Paul Bittner replied for Portland (23-8-4). Silvertips netminder Austin Lotz stopped all 14 shots he faced over 26 minutes, and Daniel Cotton turned away seven of the nine headed his way. Brendan Burke made 31 saves for the Winterhawks. --- THUNDERBIRDS 5 AMERICANS 2 KENT, Wash. -- Branden Troock had two goals and an assist, and Alexander Delnov had a goal and three assists in the Thunderbirds 5-2 victory over Tri-City. Delnov opened the scoring, and Ryan Gropp made it 2-0 Seattle (21-10-4) in the first period before Brandon Carlo scored his second of the season for the Americans (17-16-3). Shea Theodore restored the Thunderbirds two-goal lead in the second period, and Troock sandwiched goals around one by Braden Purtil in the third period, to account for all the scoring. Danny Mumaugh made 30 saves for Seattle, while Evan Sarthou turned away 32 shots for Tri-City. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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