REGINA - Dyson Stevenson scored four goals as the surging Regina Pats rolled over the lowly Lethbridge Hurricanes 8-0 in Western Hockey League play Tuesday. Stevenson scored the first three goals of the game in the first period for Regina (35-22-6), which has won eight of its last 10 games. Patrick DAmico added two for the Pats, Braden Christoffer had a single and Morgan Klimchuk chipped in a goal and four assists. Pats goalie Dawson MacAuley stopped 29 shots. At the other end of the ice, Teagan Sacher and Jonny Hogue each allowed four goals for the league-worst Hurricanes (12-47-5). --- WARRIORS 5 BLADES 2 SASKATOON — The Warriors broke open their game against the Blades with three unanswered goals in the third period. Sam Fioretti, Josh Uhrich, Tanner Eberle, Alexey Sleptsov and Jesse Forsberg scored for Moose Jaw (16-37-9). Logan Harland scored twice for Saskatoon (16-42-5), which lost its third straight. Zach Sawchenko made 31 saves for Moose Jaw, while Troy Trombley stopped 20 shots in the Blades net. --- OIL KINGS 5 TIGERS 2 MEDICINE HAT, Alta. — Edmonton rallied from a 2-1 deficit with four unanswered goals against the Tigers. Ashton Sautner, Henrik Samuelsson, Riley Kieser, Mads Eller and Edgars Kulda scored for the Oil Kings (44-15-2). Anthony Ast and Chad Labelle had first-period goals for Medicine Hat (38-22-3). Tristan Jarry stopped 19 shots for Edmonton, far less than the 36 saves made by Tigers goalie Marek Langhamer. --- ROCKETS 9 COUGARS 5 KELOWNA, B.C. — Tyrell Goulbourne had a hat trick as the league-leading Rockets romped past Prince George. Nick Merkley scored twice for Kelowna (49-9-4), while Damon Severson, Kris Schmidli, Marek Tvrdon and Justin Kirkland added singles. Sam Ruopp, Todd Fiddler, Klarc Wilson, Jordan Tkatch and Troy Bourke had goals for the Cougars (26-32-8). Rockets goaltender Jordon Cooke finished with 27 saves. In the Cougars net, Ty Edmonds stopped 25-of-30 shots before being replaced by Brett Zarowny, who allowed four more goals on 18 shots. --- THUNDERBIRDS 4 RAIDERS 3 (OT) SEATTLE — Alexander Delnov scored in overtime to lift the Thunderbirds past Prince Albert. Mathew Barzal had a pair of goals for Seattle (38-19-6), while Roberts Lipsbergs added another. Leon Draisaitl, Tomas Andrlik and Josh Morrissey, with the goal that forced overtime at 18:44 of the third, replied for the Raiders (29-29-5). The game was a goalie duel between Seattles Taran Kozun and Prince Alberts Nick McBride, who both made 40 saves. http://www.officialmlbclub.com/Atlanta-Braves-Chipper-Jones-Jersey.html. - The Seattle Seahawks and kicker Steven Hauschka have agreed to terms on a new multi-year contract after the best season of his career. Jose Tabata Pirates Jersey. The (28-26-6) Jets are three points behind Vancouver for a Western Conference Wild Card playoff spot following the Canucks 1-0 win over St. Louis last night. Ondrej Pavelec will start in goal. http://www.officialmlbclub.com/Pittsburgh-Pirates-Starling-Marte-Jersey.html. -- With Prince Fielder, Adrian Beltre and Elvis Andrus struggling at the plate, Texas manager Ron Washington enjoyed watching a couple of home runs from two of the few players in his lineup who were hitting . Dale Murphy Jersey.C. -- Even during a rough start, Webb Simpson never lost his cool. Jose Tabata Jersey. Lin, 23, played collegiately at Harvard and was an undrafted free agent signing of the Golden State Warriors in 2010. As a rookie, often playing in garbage time, Lin appeared in 29 games, averaging fewer than 10 minutes, scoring 2.CLEVELAND -- Another qualified coaching candidate has eluded the Browns. Ken Whisenhunts decision to accept Tennessees opening leaves Cleveland as one of just three NFL franchises still searching for a head coach. Whisenhunt, who guided Arizona to a Super Bowl, came close to being hired by the Browns last year and interviewed with the team on Saturday. San Diegos loss on Sunday in the AFC playoffs freed up teams to make offers to Whisenhunt and he chose the Titans after it appeared he was headed to Detroit. Its not known if the Browns tried to outbid the Titans for the well-regarded 51-year-old. With Whisenhunt no longer in the mix, the Browns moved into the third week of their quest to replace Rob Chudzinski without any clear front-runner, but with a new former NFL head coach on their list. The team has interviewed at least five known candidates and the Browns reportedly met Monday with former Titans coach Mike Munchak, also in consideration with the Lions. The 53-year-old Munchak, a Hall of Fame lineman, went 22-26 in three seasons with the Titans, who fired him on Jan. 4, ending his 30-plus-years association with the franchise. Clevelands degree of interest in Munchak isnt known since the team is not commenting on any interviews and Browns owner Jimmy Haslam and CEO Joe Banner have maintained a low profile since dumping Chudzinski after one season. And while there may not be a current favourite to take over as Clevelands seventh full-time coach since 1999, there are signs that Denver offensive co-ordinator Adam Gase could be the Browns top choice. The 35-year-old Gase was the first candidate contacted by the Browns, but he informed them -- along with the Minnesota Vikings -- that he wanted to wait until after the playoffs to be considered. "I told both teams that were interested in me that I appreciated it and I was going to wait until after our season had concluded," Gase said on Jan. 3. "They were great about it. They said they appreciated me being up front and honest about it, and I thought that was the best decision for whaat we are trying to accomplish with our team.dddddddddddd" Its not known if Gase has agreed to an interview with either team. NFL rules prohibit teams from offering jobs to assistant coaches who are still in the playoffs. Gases decision to delay any interviews raised some flags about whether hes actually ready to be a head coach. But as long as hes paired with quarterback Peyton Manning, Gases profile will continue to grow and hell undoubtedly be coveted if he waits another year. Following Denvers win on Sunday over San Diego, Manning praised Gase during his postgame news conference for his play calling in helping the Broncos advance to Sundays AFC Championship against New England. In his first season as Denvers offensive co-ordinator, the Broncos scored an NFL record 606 points and led the league with 457.3 yards per game and 340.3 yards passing. His resume is impressive, but even if the Browns meet with Gase, its not a given he will be hired. Hes never been a head coach, and Haslam and Banner said they were determined to find a "strong winner who knows how to win football games" as they began looking for their second coach in just over a year. If the Browns chose to wait on Gase, they run the risk of the coaching talent pool drying up and being in a desperate situation should he turn them down. Cleveland has waited until after the Super Bowl before. Following the 2004 season, the Browns hired Romeo Crennel in the hours after the Super Bowl. The Browns are already losing a public relations war as the search has dragged on. After New England offensive co-ordinator Josh McDaniels withdrew his name from consideration for Clevelands opening last week, it heightened the perception that Cleveland is not an attractive job. It hasnt helped that some national reports have described the Browns situation as "toxic" and "radioactive." Haslam and Banner have also interviewed Seattle defensive co-ordinator Dan Quinn, Arizona defensive co-ordinator Todd Bowles and Green Bay quarterbacks coach Ben McAdoo. ' ' '
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