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 Post subject: Dupuis stopped 36-of-40 shots for Sarnia. --- SPITFIRES
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BOSTON - Every night for the last three weeks, Jeremy Abbott had the same nightmare. Corey Brewer Jersey . Hed implode in the short program of the U.S. Championships, buried in seventh place with an Olympic berth out of reach. "I would wake up crying, and it was just horrifying," he said. The reality Friday was nothing like that. A spotless performance set a U.S. record with 99.86 points in his final nationals before retiring. "I wouldnt say it was a dream, because I was very in it," Abbott said. "I was very focused and very aware of what I was doing the entire program. I think thats why it was as good as it was." The three-time U.S. champ leads Richard Dornbush by 7.82 points heading into Sundays free skate. "Honestly, I have much more confidence in the long program than I do in the short program," Abbott said. The only time he came close to falling was when he nearly tumbled during his celebration afterward. The three jumps were perfect, his footwork exuberant. Hes dazzled like this before at U.S. Championships, but there have been few of these moments since his last title two years ago. Abbott often struggled as he overhauled his training program. "When things didnt work at competition, I believed in what weve done," he said. "And I just kept plugging at it, and it paid off tonight." Usually he bubbles with energy in the lead-up to nationals, his favourite event. The 28-year-old Abbott felt strangely nonchalant this year until the day before he headed to Boston. "I just realized that I was leaving and this was the last one," Abbott said. "I had this flood of emotion and excitement and fear and dread and passion and everything. Since Ive been here, its been really joyous." World champions Meryl Davis and Charlie White felt the same way earlier Friday in their short dance. The 2010 Olympic silver medallists are well on their way to a sixth straight U.S. title. Skating to selections from "My Fair Lady," Davis and White broke their own record with 80.69 points to build more than a seven-point lead on Madison Chock and Evan Bates. Siblings Maia and Alex Shibutani were third; three teams will go to Sochi. The free dance is Saturday. "This is the first time we felt comfortable enough to let things happen naturally," Davis said. "This is the fifth time were competing the program. With this program, its all about being comfortable enough to let things happen naturally, and when you reach a point where it can be just fun, thats what we really enjoy about skating." Abbott has enjoyed U.S. Championships far more than major international competitions in his career. He beat Evan Lysacek at the 2010 nationals before the last Olympics, only to finish ninth when his countryman captured gold in Vancouver. Abbott held the previous U.S. mark for a short program, 90.23 at the 2012 nationals. Dornbush, 22, has struggled since coming in second in 2011 and didnt even compete in the Grand Prix series this season. Only the second skater of the night, he was spectacular from the get-go Friday, landing a perfect quad and triple axel that had the fans entranced. By the time his 2 1/2-minute program was done, the crowd was on its feet, Dornbush was on his knees throwing an imaginary punch through the air and celebrating a career best. "Im not sure any thoughts went through my head," he said. "I was pretty excited, pretty pumped." Jason Brown was in third after a smokin skate to Princes "The Question of U." He even wore a black and purple costume embellished with rhinestones around his neck and down his back and side, plus Princes "love symbol" on the back. He nailed a triple axel and a triple flip-triple toe loop with gorgeous flow to open the program. Brown, who just turned 19, added a lutz with both hands above his head, footwork that meshed with every element and with every nuance of the music, and speedy spins that had the crowd roaring. "I think the whole season has pushed every guy to just really push themselves to their limits because anything is possible at this event," he said. Defending champion Max Aaron was fourth, one of five skaters to land a clean quad. The U.S. will send two men to Sochi. Abbott knows exactly what stands between him and a shot at Olympic redemption: eight jumping passes, 13 jumps, three spins and two series of footwork. "That was just fun," he said. "I love to figure skate. When you hit all the technical stuff and you do all the athletic part, thats when you can really enjoy the performance." ___ AP Sports Writers Barry Wilner and Jimmy Golen contributed to this report. Marcus Thornton Rockets Jersey . The game got off to a less-than-ideal start for the Jets as Oliver Ekman-Larsson found a wide open net from the slot and opened the scoring for the Coyotes a lead in the first period, but Olli Jokinen answered back just over half a minute later. Jason Terry Rockets Jersey .com) - The surging Montreal Canadiens will try to match their longest winning streak of the season when they visit the Florida Panthers for Saturdays clash at BB&T Center. http://www.therocketsofficial.com/Authentic-Charles-Barkley-Rockets-Jersey/ . -- Scottie Wilbekin sat on the bench for the final minute, holding a bag of ice against his left knee.OTTAWA -- Eric Cornel and Hunter Garlent each had two goals and two assists as the Peterborough Petes downed the host Ottawa 67s 7-4 on Sunday in Ontario Hockey League action. Josh MacDonald had a hat trick for the Petes (20-21-4), who extended their win streak to four games, while Nick Ritchie tacked on three assists. Ryan Van Stralen scored twice and added an assist for the 67s (15-25-4) and Brett Gustavsen and Erik Bradford had a goal apiece. Peterboroughs Andrew DAgostini made 30 saves for the win as Ottawas Liam Herbst gave up seven goals on 36 shots. Petes forward Jonatan Tanus was ejected at 13:59 of the first period after receiving a check-to-the-head major. --- STEELHEADS 3 KNIGHTS 1 MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -- Spencer Martin kicked out 38 shots, including 18 in the second period, as the Steelheads downed London. Stefan LeBlanc, Sean Day and Brett Foy supplied the offence for Mississauga (17-26-4). Gemel Smith scored for the Knights (29-11-5), who have dropped back-to-back contests. Londons Jake Patterson turned away 27-of-30 shots in a losing cause. --- BATTALION 5 ICEDOGS 1 NORTH BAY, Ont. -- Nick Paul had a pair of goals and Jake Smith made 20 saves as the Battalion toppled Niagara. Ben Thomson had a goal and an assist for North Bay (23-17-6) while Mike Amadio and Miles Liberati each scored once. Matt Gillard scored the lone goal for the IceDogs (15-24-6) midway through the third period to stop Smiths shutout bid. Blake Richard stopped 37-of-42 shots for Niagara. --- GREYHOUNDS 4 ATTACK 2 OWEN SOUND, Ont. -- Jorgen Karterud had a goal and an assist as Sault Ste. Marie doubled up the Attack for their sixth win in a row. Tyler Ganly, Bryan Moore and David Miller also sscored for the Greyhounds (32-10-5), who lead the West Division. Robert Horry Rockets Jersey. Kyle Hope and Daniel Milne responded for Owen Sound (21-18-6). Matt Murray made 25 saves for Sault Ste. Marie while Brandon Hope turned aside 38-of-42 shots for the Attack. --- GENERALS 5 STING 2 OSHAWA, Ont. -- Hunter Smith had two goals and an assist and Bradley Latour set up four goals as the Generals beat Sarnia. Cole Cassels scored once and set up two more for Oshawa (29-12-4) and Michael Dal Colle had the other. The Sting (14-26-5) got goals from Nickolas Latta and Ryan Vendramin. Daniel Altshuller only had to make 12 saves for the Generals while Taylor Dupuis stopped 36-of-40 shots for Sarnia. --- SPITFIRES 3 WOLVES 1 WINDSOR, Ont. -- Brady Vail had a goal and two assists as the Spitfires won their third straight by defeating Sudbury. Trevor Murphy and Sam Povorozniouk also scored for Windsor (27-17-2) while Josh Ho-Sang had two assists. Nathan Cull was the lone scorer for the Wolves (25-12-7), who have dropped back-to-back games. Alex Fotinos made 32 saves for the Spitfires as Franky Palazzese turned away 24-of-27 shots for Sudbury. --- STORM 6 FRONTENACS 1 GUELPH, Ont. -- Zack Mitchell scored twice and Josh Nichols made 38 saves as the Storm breezed past Kingston for their sixth straight win. 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