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SHERBROOKE, Que. -- An anaemic Sherbrooke Phoenix offence stunned the league-leading Blainville-Boisbriand Armada 4-3 in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League play Wednesday. Sherbrooke (14-25-4) never fired more than six shots in a period, and only had three shots in the third, still surprised with goals from Tim Wieser, Matej Beran, Jean-Francois Lavoie and Simon Desbiens. Nathanael Halbert, Ryan Tesink and Frederic Bergeron scored for the Armada (27-8-7), which fell short after a two-goal third period. Phoenix goaltender Maxime Lagace finished with 27 saves. Armada starter Etienne Marcoux was pulled after allowing three goals on six shots. His replacement, Samuel Montembeault, gave up one goal on eight shots. --- MOOSEHEADS 5 ISLANDERS 2 CHARLOTTETOWN -- Halifax scored four unanswered goals to blow past the Islanders. Andrew Shewfelt, Luca Ciampini, Darcy Ashley, Connor Moynihan and Danny Moynihan scored for the Mooseheads (26-15-1). Anthony Cortese and Daniel Sprong had goals in the first period for the Islanders (16-21-5). Halifaxs Kevin Darveau finished with 24 saves, while Charlottetowns Eric Brassard stopped 35 shots. --- REMPARTS 6 TIGRES 2 VICTORIAVILLE, Que. -- Fabrice Herzog and Anthony Duclair each scored twice to lead Quebec. Adam Erne and Olivier Archambault also scored for the Remparts (23-11-8). The Tigres (16-19-6) only offence came from Jonathan Diaby and Philippe Hudon. Quebecs Francois Brassard stopped 32 shots. Francois Tremblay was pulled from Victoriavilles net after giving up three goals on seven shots. Guillaume Briand-Briere allowed another three goals in relief. --- OLYMPIQUES 5 SAGUENEENS 0 GATINEAU, Que. -- Anthony Brodeur earned the shutout with 21 saves for the Olympiques third straight win. Jean-Simon Deslauriers, Vaclav Karabacek, Simon Tardif-Richard, Alexis Pepin and Jonathan Bourcier scored for Gatineau (27-14-1), which had four goals in the second period. Domenic Graham allowed all five goals on 42 shots in Chicoutimis (21-21-1) net. The Sagueneens were let down by their power-play unit, which failed to score on four chances. Gatineau meanwhile went 1 for 3. --- HUSKIES 4 VOLTIGEURS 2 ROUYN-NORANDA, Que. -- The Huskies scored three unanswered goals to beat Drummondville. Marcus Power, Liam OBrien, Jean-Sebastien Dea and Julien Nantel had a goal apiece for Rouyn-Noranda (25-11-5). Nikolas Brouillard and Georgs Golovkovs replied for the Voltigeurs (26-14-2). Alexandre Belanger finished with 19 saves in the Huskies net, while at the other end of the ice Louis-Philip Guindon stopped 20 shots. Josh Bell Jersey . Heck, we might just miss the BCS. Maybe? It sort of worked out this season. Top-ranked Florida State (13-0) was the only team to get through the regular season unbeaten, and the Seminoles did it in dominating fashion. 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The ceremony will take place prior to the Kings January 17 game against Anaheim.NEW YORK -- Baseball players and management hope to reach a new drug agreement this week that would increase initial penalties for muscle-building steroids and allow a decrease of suspensions for some positive tests caused by unintentional use, people familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press. For future suspensions, the deal also would eliminate the loophole allowing Alex Rodriguez to earn almost $3 million during his season-long ban, the people said. They spoke on condition of anonymity in recent days because talks are ongoing. The sides hope to reach an agreement by Sunday, when the Los Angeles Dodgers open the U.S. portion of the major league schedule at the San Diego Padres. While the lengths have not been finalized, a person involved with the talks said Wednesday the most likely penalties would be about 80 games for an initial testing violation and a season-long ban for a second. "It will be a significant deterrent because players will know theyre not going to just easily walk back into a lineup," Travis Tygart, chief executive officer of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, said in a telephone interview. "It probably is the best policy in professional sports." For use of a limited group of substances, the sides were discussing giving the arbitration panel that hears appeals grievances the authority to reduce suspensions by as much as 50 per cent if the player proves the positive test was caused by unintentional use, the person said. "What were all here for it to rid sports of the intentional cheats, those who are intending to defraud both the fans and their fellow teammates, the integrity of competition," Tygart said. "You want to have provisions in place that allow for whether theres an inadvertent or a truly non-intentional situation which may arise." Since the 2006 season, the Major League Baseballs drug agreement has called for a 50-game suspension for a first positive steroids test, a 100-game ban for a second and a lifetime penalty for a third. Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig called for tougher penalties last March, and then-union head Michael Weiner said players would consider them for 2014. Weiner died in November and was succeeded by former All-Star Tony Clark, who has led the negotiations. Major League Baseballs investigation of the Biogenesis of Amerrica anti-aging clinic led to 14 suspensions last summer, including a 65-game penalty for former NL MVP Ryan Braun of Milwaukee and a 211-game ban for Rodriguez, which was reduced to 162 games in January by an arbitrator.dddddddddddd The section covering violations not related to positive tests, which was used by Selig in the Biogenesis case, will be clarified but still will allow discipline for "just cause." Many players have advocated stiffer penalties as a deterrent. Arizona pitcher Brad Ziegler spoke out after Jhonny Peralta, who served a 50-game suspension, agreed in November to a $53 million, four-year contract with St. Louis. "We thought 50 games would be a deterrent. Obviously its not. So we are working on it again," he tweeted then. "It pays to cheat... Thanks, owners, for encouraging PED use." Some players said suspensions should lead to larger monetary losses. San Diego Padres outfielder Will Venable maintained last summer "somehow having to forfeit or void your contract that youre under is something that needs to be the main focus of the penalties." But for the majority of players, that would go too far. "Id venture to guess that even though there are concerns on a number of levels, that we will never end up in a world where player contracts are voided as a result," Clark told the AP during a January interview. Addressing positives caused by inadvertent use was a factor in the talks. Philadelphia infielder Freddy Galvis was suspended for 50 games in June 2012 for a Clostebol Metabolite, which he later claimed was contained in a foot cream he used. Reliever Guillermo Mota, then with San Francisco, was suspended for 100 games in May 2012 after taking a cough syrup with Clenbuterol. The new deal also will state that a player receives none of his salary during a season-long suspension. The current deal said a player loses as many days pay as games he is suspended. Since players are paid over a 183-day season this year, arbitrator Fredric Horowitz ruled Rodriguez was entitled to 21-183rds of his $25 million salary, or $2,868,852. "Thats fantastic," Tygart said. "You hit them in the pocketbook, and thats really where the cheaters are most deterred from attempting to steal money from the other players." 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