Jake Paterson put the Saginaw Spirit on his shoulders Thursday night. Nike Free Run Damen. Paterson turned aside all 30 shots he faced as the Spirit blanked the Sudbury Wolves 5-0 for their first win of the Ontario Hockey League season. Eric Locke scored twice for Saginaw (1-1-1) and Andrey Alexeev and Vincent Trocheck had a goal and an assist to pave the way. Justin Kea also scored and Grant Webermin had a pair of assists. Trocheck opened the scoring at 13:19 with a goal from the slot with assists going to Webermin and Ringuette. Saginaw increased its lead to 2-0, scoring the only goal of the second period as Russian import Alexeev scored his first OHL goal from the top of the face-off circle after receiving a pass from Garrett Ross. The Spirit had three power-play goals in the third period. Locke scored twice at 3:33 and added the second goal at 17:50, finishing a three-way passing play from Alexeev and Webermin. Kea scored with Sudbury two men short at 4:43 in between the two Locke goals. Elsewhere in the OHL it was: Erie 5 Peterborough 1; Windsor 4 Kitchener 2 and Barrie 4 Owen Sound 3 (SO). At Saginaw, Mich., Joel Vienneau stopped 26 shots for Sudbury (2-1-0). The game featured lots of rough stuff as the two teams combined for 14 minor and two major penalties. Otters 5 Petes 1@ At Peterborough, Ont., Oscar Dansk made 47 saves to lead Erie past the Petes. Stephen Harper scored twice to lead Erie (1-2-0), while Jake Evans, Nick Betz and Travis Wood also had goals. Trevor Murphy scored the only goal for Peterborough (1-2-0), which outshot Erie 48-30 but couldnt solve Dansk. Spitfires 4 Rangers 2@ At Windsor, Ont., Chris Marchese struck twice as the Spitfires dropped Kitchener. Derek Schoenmakers also scored for Windsor (2-1-0), while Michael Clarke put the puck into the empty net. Tobias Rieder and Brent Pedersen supplied the offence for the Rangers (2-1-0). Colts 4 Attack 3 (SO)@ At Barrie, Ont., Josh MacDonald scored the lone goal in the shootout as the Colts edged Owen Sound. Winnipeg Jets prospect Mark Scheifele and Zach Hall each had a goal and an assist for Barrie (2-2-0). MacDonald had the other goal in regulation time. Daniel Catenacci, Daniel Zweep and Zach Nastasiuk replied for the Attack (2-0-1), who lost their first game this season. Nike Free Run 3 Damen. The Mavericks overcame an early spark from former Dallas guard J.J. Barea, who became a starter midway through the 2011 NBA finals against Miami and helped the franchise rally to its first title. Barea, who was injured in two previous trips to Dallas, led the Timberwolves with 21 points. Nike Free Damen. Howard takes on Frances Thomas Dufour in the opening draw on Saturday, a game you can watch on TSN and TSN Mobile TV at 8am et/5am pt. 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New athletic director Brad Bates made the announcement on Sunday, a day after the Eagles (2-10, 1-7 Atlantic Coast Conference) finished the season with a 27-10 loss at North Carolina State.LONDON, Ont. -- Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have major ground to make up in their quest for a second consecutive world ice dance title after a night that left Moir less than enamoured with the judges. Instead, Canadas ice dance darlings tried to focus on the love from the crowd in what was likely their final competitive appearance at home. "This is probably my favourite competition of my career because I could care less what the 11 people think and more concerned about the 10,000 sitting behind them," Moir said, on the judges versus the crowd, which actually numbered closer to 6,000. The Olympic gold medallists scored 73.87 points in their short dance Thursday at the world championships, and trail American rivals Meryl Davis and Charlie White by nearly four points heading into Saturdays free dance. "Thats a pretty large gap," Moir said. "Its big. This is a big test, it would be easy for us to sit back and really point at the marks. What well take back is the way we skated out there, the feeling of skating in front of a home town." Davis and White scored 77.12. Russians Ekaterina Bobrova and Dmitri Soloviev were third with 70.05. Canadian teammates Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje finished sixth with a seasons best score of 67.54 -- despite being off the ice for a good chunk of the last three months. Canadas ice dancers had one noticeably wobbly moment in their skate to "The Waltz Goes On" by actor Anthony Hopkins. Virtue, from London, Ont., and Moir, who grew up 20 minutes north in Ilderton, Ont., were out of synch in their twizzles -- side-by-side one-footed turns that travel across the ice. Still, when the 25-year-old Moir wasnt thrilled with the scores or the couples second-place result. Nike Free Run 3 Kinder "Its a judged sport, its not like . . . we win the game by the amount of pucks we put in the net," Moir said. "Its 11 people who are going to decide and its out of our hands. Its not like were not concerned about placement, we spend our whole lives working for this moment." The 23-year-old Virtue and Moir have been like unofficial ambassadors for the world championships competing in the rink they know so well. It was clear who the crowd favourites were Thursday. About 100 Canadian flags plus dozens of yellow T-shirts -- printed in support of the ice dancers by Ilderton fans -- dotted the arena. But the two have tried to maintain their focus by pretending they could be skating anywhere in the world. They purposely didnt try to locate anyone they knew in the crowd. "We could probably recognize a person in each row to be honest with you," Moir said. Weaver and Pojes return to the ice was remarkable considering Weaver broke her fibula when she crashed into the boards on Dec. 14. She only returned to the ice Feb. 7. "Oh my god. It was a dream," Weaver said. "First we dreamt that wed make it here, then we did. Then we dreamt that wed have the skate of our lives, and we did. All of our silver linings just coming together. Thats the moment you live for right there. Its everything." The Waterloo, Ont., duo were given about a 10 per cent chance of returning in time for the worlds. "But I clung on to that 10 per cent like nobodys business, I didnt want to think of the alternative," said Weaver, who wears special padding in her skate to protect her surgically repaired ankle that now has a plate and five screws. ' ' '