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DRUMMONDVILLE, Que. -- Jerome Verrier scored once and set up two more as the Drummondville Voltigeurs downed the visiting Chicoutimi Sagueneens 5-1 on Friday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League play. Charles-David Beaudoin had a pair of goals for the Voltigeurs (23-11-2), who extended their win streak to four games, while Olivier Caouette and Frederick Gaudreau each scored once. William Gignac had the only goal for the Sagueneens (18-18-1). Joe Fleschler made 17 saves for Drummondville as Chicoutimis Domenic Graham stopped 32-of-37 shots in a losing cause. The Voltigeurs went 1 for 5 on the power play while the Sagueneens went 1 for 4. --- OCEANIC 3 TITAN 2 (SO) BATHURST, N.B. -- Peter Trainor scored once in regulation and then added the shootout winner as Rimouski edged Acadie-Bathurst. Francois Beauchemin also scored for the Oceanic (20-11-6) while Anthony DeLuca chipped in with two assists. Adam Stevens and Aaron Kerr replied for the Titan (14-18-4). Rimouskis Zachary Fortin made 27 saves for the win as Acadie-Bathursts Mason McDonald turned away 26-of-28 shots in defeat. --- SEA DOGS 3 SCREAMING EAGLES 2 CAPE BRETON, N.S. -- Samuel Dove-McFalls scored the winner and Saint John benefited from two power-play goals to leap past the Screaming Eagles. Olivier Cooper and Jurij Repe scored with the man advantage for Saint John (8-23-3) in the second period, and Dove-McFalls scored at 12:41 of the third. Kyle Farrell scored his 17th of the season and William Carrier added another goal for Cape Breton (19-14-3). Sebastien Auger made 29 saves for the win, while Cape Bretons Chase Marchand turned aside 20 shots in defeat. --- WILDCATS 5 MOOSEHEADS 4 MONCTON, N.B. -- J.C. Campagna scored three goals, including the eventual game-winner as the Wildcats edged Halifax for its seventh win in a row. Ryan Penny added a goal and an assist and Conor Garland scored a goal and helped on another to round out the Moncton (19-17-2) offence. Samuel Leblanc, Brent Andrews, and Austyn Hardie replied for Halifax (23-13-1), while MacKenzie Weegar added two assists. Alex Dubeau stopped 38 shots for the victory. Halifaxs Kevin Darveau made 21 saves in defeat. --- CATARACTES 4 REMPARTS 3 (SO) QUEBEC CITY -- Anthony Beauvillier scored the shootout winner and Storm Phaneuf made 28 saves as Shawinigan slipped past the Remparts. James Phelan, Alexis DAoust and Nicholas Welsh scored in regulation for the Cataractes (8-25-3). Anthony Duclair had a goal and an assist for Quebec (18-11-7) while Brandon Shea and Olivier Archambault each scored once. Callum Booth stopped 27 shots for the Remparts. --- DRAKKAR 4 TIGRES 3 (OT) VICTORIAVILLE, Que. -- Gabryel Paquin-Boudreau scored twice, including the winner, as Baie-Comeau handed the Tigres their fourth loss in a row. Julien Lepage and Dominic Poulin also scored for the Drakkar (24-8-4) and Alex Jon Banville had two assists. Angelo Miceli scored two goals for Victoriaville (13-17-5) and assisted on Mathieu Ayottes goal as well. Baie-Comeaus Philippe Cadorette made 32 saves for the win as Brandon Whitney truned aside 28 shots for the Tigres. --- ARMADA 6 ISLANDERS 2 BLAINVILLE-BOISBRIAND, Que. -- The Armada broke the game open with four unanswered goals in the third period, en route to downing Charlottetown. Tyler Brown, Guillaume Bergeron, Joel Caron and Danick Martel scored in the final 20 minutes for Blainville-Boisbriand (24-5-7) while Marcus Hinds and David Berard added the others. Alexandre Goulet and Matej Beran scored for the Islanders (14-18-5). Etienne Marcoux made 28 saves for the Armada. Antoine Bibeau allowed four goals on 17 shots and was relieved by Eric Brassard, who stopped 3-of-4 shots in 13 minutes of action for Charlottetown. --- HUKSKIES 5 OLYMPIQUES 4 (OT) ROUYN-NORANDA, Que. -- Dillon Fournier scored two goals, including one 2:42 into extra time, as the Huskies downed Gatineau. Julien Avon, Francis Perron and Liam OBrien also scored for Rouyn-Noranda (21-10-4) while Jean-Sebastien Dea tacked on two assists. The Olympiques (22-13-1) got goals from Vincent Dunn, Emile Poirier, Mickael Beauregard and Elie Berube. Alexandre Belanger made 21 saves for the Huskies before giving way to Steven Veillieux, who faced three shots in nine minutes of action. Robert Steeves and Anthony Brodeur combined to stop 36-of-41 shots for Gatineau. --- FOREURS 6 PHOENIX 3 VAL-DOR, Que. -- Samuel Henley and Phil Pietroniro each scored twice as the Foreurs doubled up Sherbrooke. Shawn Oullette-St-Amant and Louick Marcotte also scored for Val-dOr (25-11-1), which is 10-0-1 in its last 11 outings. Jean-Francois Laflamme scored twice for the Phoenix (13-20-3) and Chase Harwell had the other. Keven Bouchard made 18 saves for the Foreurs. Francis Desrosiers stopped 54-of-60 shots for Sherbrooke. Denver Nuggets Shirts . 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The defeat leaves the 41-year-old Nestor to concentrate on the mixed-doubles event after winning 12 straight matches and winning Australian titles in Brisbane and Sydney with two different partners. "This was a little bit of a let down, but all credit to them," said Nestor. Wholesale Nuggets Jerseys .  He was set to become an unrestricted free agent on July 5th. The 34-year-old Laval, Que. native has played six seasons with the Penguins.GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Even though the Green Bay Packers got a bargain the last time they signed Jordy Nelson to a contract extension, the veteran wide receiver said Tuesday he still would prefer to sign another deal before the season rather than playing out the final year of his contract. Nelson, who caught 85 passes for 1,314 yards last season, both career bests, said he doesnt know if his agent, Vann McElroy, and the Packers have had any meaningful conversations about an extension. "Hes not going to just bug me with it," he said. "Hell let me know when it gets close." The last time Nelson, a second-round pick in 2008, was in a contract year was in 2011, when he signed a three-year, $13.989 million extension in October. That deal included $5 million in guaranteed money, including a $3.5 million signing bonus. That deal paid Nelson a base salary of $2.7 million last year, and calls for him to make a base salary of $3.05 million in 2014. In terms of annual average salary, Nelson currently ranks 34th on the wide receiver pay scale league-wide entering 2014. But he indicated Tuesday that hes anxious to get a new deal simply because he wants the peace of mind. "You want it done so you and your family are comfortable, you want it done so you dont have to worry about it," he said. "I think on both sides. They get it done they can start working on someone else.ddddddddddddquot; That someone else is fourth-year wide receiver Randall Cobb, a second-round pick in 2011 who is going into the final year of his rookie deal. Cobb missed 10 games last season with a leg injury, but he returned in time to catch the playoffs-clinching touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers on a fourth-down play at Chicago in the regular-season finale last year. "Im not a businessman so I dont really know that side of it," Cobb said of his situation. "Thats what I have an agent for - for him to handle that kind of thing. Thats for the Packers to decide and figure out." It appears Nelson is the priority, and after Chicagos Brandon Marshall signed a four-year, $39.3 million extension ($22.3 million guaranteed) with the Bears last month, Nelsons market should be set. Marshall caught 100 passes for 1,295 yards and 12 TDs last season for the Bears. Marshall turned 30 in March; Nelson turned 29 last week. Asked if he feels additional pressure in a contract year, Nelson replied, "No. I dont think so, not at all. I didnt feel that last time, and I dont think Ill feel it this time. I think were a long ways from that anyway. Weve got a few months to hopefully work on that and get it taken care of. I think well be fine." ' ' '
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