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ST. CATHARINES, Ont. - Nicholas Baptiste scored three times as the Sudbury Wolves toppled the host Niagara IceDogs 5-3 on Sunday in Ontario Hockey League action. Trevor Carrick had a pair of goals and an assist for the Wolves (29-17-9) while Radek Faksa chipped in with three assists. Graham Knott, Matt Gillard and Eric Ming supplied the scoring for the IceDogs (18-31-7), who are on a four-game slide. Sudburys Troy Timpano made 29 saves for the win as Blake Richard kicked out 32-of-35 shots for Niagara. The Wolves failed to score on three chances with the man advantage while the IceDogs went 2 for 4. --- GENERALS 3 BATTALION 2 NORTH BAY, Ont. — Michael Dal Colle broke a 2-2 deadlock at 19:14 of the third period as Oshawa slipped past the Battalion for its fifth win in its last six outings. Josh Sterk and Cole Cassels gave the Eastern-Conference leading Generals (36-15-5) a two-goal lead 5:13 into the first period. Barclay Goodrow put North Bay (29-21-6) on the board with a shorthanded goal at 11:48 of the first and Nick Paul tied the game 1:14 into the second. Oshawas Ken Appleby made 29 saves for the victory. Jake Smith allowed two goals on four shots and was replaced by Brendan ONeill, who stopped 14-of-15 shots in 52 minutes of relief for the Battalion. --- Nike Roshe Run Dames .Jeremy Menez put Milan ahead four minutes in at the Stadio Olimpico but Lazio — which has lost only once in eight matches — stormed back in the second half with a double from Marco Parolo and a goal by Miroslav Klose. Nike Air Max Flyknit 2015 Sale .C. - Happy Harvick has lived up to his nickname this season, and hopes the good times with new team Stewart-Haas Racing roll on at Charlotte. http://www.goedkoopnlairmax.nl/nike-flyknit.html .com) - Tom Bradys 3-yard touchdown pass to Julian Edelman put the New England Patriots ahead with 2:02 remaining, while Malcolm Butlers goal-line interception with 20 seconds left preserved a 28-24 victory over the Seattle Seahawks in a Super Bowl XLIX that every bit lived up to its billing. Nike Lunarglide 6 Dames .com) - The third-ranked Virginia Cavaliers will close out their non-conference slate on Tuesday evening, as they play host to the Davidson Wildcats at the John Paul Jones Arena. Nike Flyknit Trainer Nederland . It required the one-time ace to buy in; to believe there was a problem only an overhaul of his delivery could solve.MALMO, Sweden -- Ticket packages have nearly sold out in Toronto and are more than 50 per cent sold in Montreal for the 2015 world junior hockey championship. The tickets went on sale Dec. 30 and are selling fast, said Pat McEleney, executive director of the 2015 and 2017 world juniors, which will both be held in Montreal and Toronto. "Were excited about where we are," said McEleney. Hockey Canada is looking to set attendance records and reap record profits by holding the event in Canadas two largest cities. In 2015, Canada will play its round-robin games as well as a quarter-final at the 21,273-seat Bell Centre before moving to the 18,819-seat Air Canada Centre in Toronto for the medal round. Toronto will also host the five-team round-robin group that Canada is not in. Canada will start the 2017 event in Toronto, with the other group and the medal round in Montreal. They hope to fill the rinks for games Canaada is not involved in as well.ddddddddddddTicket package holders who dont want to use some games can re-sell or donate the tickets back to organizers for resale or distribution to minor hockey teams. Sales of those tickets are expected to begin in the fall. "Its important to us to have full buildings," said McEleney. "Its important to the event and to other teams coming to Canada." He said they hope to make at least $22 million in profit in 2015, which will be used to fund hockey programs across the country. Co-hosts Calgary and Edmonton set the world junior attendance record of 444,718 in 2012 and earned $21 million in profit. Sales have been slower in Montreal because the medal round tends to sell more quickly than round-robin games, said Marie-Christine Boucher, general manager for the Montreal side of the event. "Were very happy about the numbers right now," she said.