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HAMILTON - The Abbotsford Heat twice battled back from a goal behind on Sunday, before finally edging ahead in the shootout. Connor Cook Jersey . Markus Granlund scored the shootout winner as the Heat defeated the Hamilton Bulldogs 3-2 in the American Hockey League. "It was tough on us, losing the last few games, and with this being our last game before Christmas we will definitely take the win," said Granlund. Dean Arsene and Ben Hanowski had goals for the Heat (21-9-2), while Joni Ortio stopped 32 shots. The win ended a three-game losing streak for Abbotsford. Joonas Nattinen had a goal and an assist, and Joel Chouinard also scored for the Bulldogs (12-14-4). Dustin Tokarski made 39 saves. Hamilton has now lost five consecutive games. "We have to bring those points home," said Hamilton head coach Sylvain Lefebvre. "Its disappointing. "Abbotsford is a good team, and theyre not in first place in our conference for nothing. Theyre a team that battles and competes." Granlund scored on Abbotsfords second attempt of the shootout, while Corban Knight added a goal on the fourth attempt. Ortio stopped all four Hamilton shots. A penalty to Hamiltons Mike Blunden just 49 seconds into the first period put the Bulldogs on their heels, and the hosts struggled to exit their defensive zone early in the period. It took Hamilton nearly seven minutes to register its first shot, but the Bulldogs began to manufacture offensive pressure with the trio of Nattinen, Justin Courtnall and Stefan Fournier establishing a cycle midway through the period. The Heat forced several tough saves from Bulldogs goaltender Tokarski, with the sharpest of those coming with four and a half minutes to play in the period. Abbotsford broke into the offensive zone through the right wing, and Tokarski denied a low slap shot intended for his far post and smothered the loose puck. The goaltender turned aside all 13 shots he faced in the first period, while his counterpart Ortio successfully stopped nine. Hamilton capitalized on offensive pressure in the aftermath of a power play to open the scoring at 4:35 of the second period. Morgan Ellis took a low slap shot from the point that bounced to Fournier in the low slot, and he tipped it ahead to Nattinen. The centre moved to his backhand and slotted the puck past a diving Ortio. As Abbotsford chased an equalizer, it was Blunden who nearly doubled Hamiltons lead a minute and a half later when Martin St. Pierre found him with a cross-ice pass and the winger fired a rising wrist shot that Ortio knocked to the corner with his shoulder. The Heat found the tying goal on a seemingly harmless play, as Arsene took a long-range wrist shot that eluded Tokarski and clipped his far post as it crossed the goal line at 9:56 of the second period. Arsenes goal was his first of the season. Hamilton re-established a lead at 11:18 of the second period, when another defenceman, Chouinard, scored his first goal of the season. Jordan Owens found Nattinen in the high slot with a centring pass, and the forward responded to defensive pressure with a drop pass to Chouinard at the blue-line. The defenceman fired a low slap shot that moved through traffic and beat the screened Ortio. The Heat struck early in the third period to level the game once again, as Hanowski pounced on a rebound to score at 4:47. Tokarski reacted well to stop Josh Jooris initial shot with his left pad, but Hanowski beat the Bulldogs defenders to the rebound and chipped it high and past the downed goaltender. The play was wide open and frantic in the final minutes of the third period as both teams searched for a winning goal. Tokarski made two exceptional saves before the period came to a close, and denied Sven Baertschi from close range without a stick with 23 seconds to play. Lefebvre was not content with his teams loose play in the period that repeatedly forced Tokarski into action. "Thats not the style that we want to play," he said. "We got stuck in our own zone on a few long shifts, and (Abbotsford) got a few good scoring chances. Thats where Tokarski had to be good, and he gave us a chance to win the game tonight." Abbotsford enjoyed a minute and a half of 4-on-3 power-play time to open the overtime period, but could not find a way past Tokarski. Amari Cooper Jersey . LOUIS - The St. Kelechi Osemele Jersey . Toronto dropped a 7-2 decision to the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday afternoon, with only a pair of late runs preventing a second straight shutout loss. Josh Willingham belted a two-run homer in the first inning and Kendrys Morales hit a bases-clearing double in the seventh as the Twins took the rubber game of the three-game series.SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. - The Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds scored five consecutive goals to open the game en route to defeating the Owen Sound Attack 7-4 on Saturday in Ontario Hockey League action.Zachary Senyshyn had two goals for Sault Ste. Marie (6-0-0), who extened their lead atop the West Division standings, while Tyler Ganly, Blake Speers, Jared McCann, Michael Bunting and Sergey Tolchinsky also found the back of the net.Kyle Platzer replied with two goals while Thomas Schemitsch and Chris Bigras rounded out the scoring for Owen Sound (4-2-2).Brandon Halverson turned aside 34 shots in the win. Jack Flinn allowed five goals on 29 shots and was replaced by Brandon Hope, who stopped 11-of-12 shots in defeat.Sault Ste. Marie went 0 for 4 with the man advantage while the Attack scored once on five power-play opportunities.---OTTERS 5 RANGERS 4 (SO)ERIE, Pa. — Connor McDavid and Mason Marchment both scored in the shootout as the Otters edged Kitchener.Dylan Strome found the back of the net twice in regulation while Alex DeBrincat and Trent Fox also scored for Erie (6-0-0).Justin Bailey had a hat trick for the Rangers (2-3-1) with Darby Llewellyn adding the other.---BULLS 8 ICEDOGS 5BELLEVILLE, Ont. — Jake Marchment had two of the Bulls five first-period goals en route to their win over Niagara.Brett Gustavsen, Remi Elie, Niki Petti, Alex Yuill, Matt Luff and David Tomasek supplied the rest of Bellevilles (6-1-0) offence.Billy Jenkins, Jordan Maletta, Anthony DiFruscia, Carter Verhaeghe, and Aleksandar Mikulovich all responded for the IceDogs (0-5-0). Karl Joseph Jersey. ---WHALERS 8 PETES 4PLYMOUTH, Mich. — Connor Chatham had a hat trick as the Whalers doubled up Peterborough.Francesco Vilardi, Cullen Mercer, Matt Mistele, Gianluca Curcuruto and Vincent Scognamiglio also struck for Plymouth (3-3-1).Josh MacDonald, Steven Lorentz, Greg Betzold and Matt Spencer scored for the Petes (1-2-2).---STING 9 SPITFIRES 2SARNIA, Ont. — Nikita Korostelev had three goals and two assists to lead the Sting in their rout of Windsor.Davis Brown scored twice for Sarnia (3-3-1) with Pavel Zacha, Alexandre Renaud, Kevin Spinozzi and Jordan Kyrou also chipping in.Chris Marchese and Mark Manchurek replied for the Spitfires (2-4-0)---KNIGHTS 3 SPIRIT 2 (OT) SAGINAW, Mich. — Brett Welychka scored his third goal of the season on the power play at 1:06 of overtime in Londons win over the Spirit.Dakota Mermis and Mitchell Marner both struck in the third period to round out the offence for the Knights (2-4-0).Dylan Sadowy had two goals for Saginaw (2-3-1) in the loss.---COLTS 6 WOLVES 4BARRIE, Ont. — Justin Scott and Andrew Mangiapane each had two goals for the Colts as they beat Sudbury.Brendan Lemieux and Roy Radke supplied the rest of the scoring for Barrie (5-1-1).Matt Schmalz found the back of the net twice for the Wolves (1-7-0) while Ivan Kashtanov and Kyle Capobianco added a goal apiece.--- Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys From China Cheap Nike Basketball Jerseys Wholesale Hockey Jerseys China Nike Baseball Jerseys Cheap College Jerseys China Cheap Football Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Canada Wholesale NHL Jerseys Canada Wholesale Nike MLB Jerseys Canada Cheap NBA Jerseys Authentic Canada Stitched Soccer Jerseys Canada Cheap Jerseys Canada NFL ' ' '