The Toronto Maple Leafs have tortured their fans many times over the years -- but never quite this way. Nike Free Schuhe Damen. In what had to be a Maple Leafs first, the star-crossed squad dashed the hopes of an astronaut just as he returned to Earth. Chris Hadfield told The Canadian Press in an interview that when he landed back on the planet Monday he asked his wife two questions. The first was how she was. The second was what happened in the Leafs game. What happened was a spectacular, perhaps-once-in-a-lifetime, collapse in Game 7 of their series against the Boston Bruins, where they dropped a three-goal lead in the final period to lose in overtime. Hadfield said he was wearing a Leafs T-shirt under his space suit when he returned to Earth, after five months on the International Space Station. "I decided that was the best I could do to show my support for the team," he said Friday from Houston, where he is undergoing tests and debriefings. Hadfield and two other astronauts, a Russian and an American, were barrelling through the fiery atmosphere in a Soyuz space capsule while the Leafs were playing their do-or-die game. "When I landed and the Russian search-and-rescue technicians pulled me out, they carried me over, set me down in a chair and then NASA officials hooked me by satellite phone with my wife Helene," Hadfield said. "As soon as we checked with each other that we were alive and doing OK, the next question I asked was: How did the Leafs do?" That when Hadfields wife said she was sorry to have to tell him that Toronto went all the way to the end, but unfortunately didnt win. "It turns out," Hadfield quipped, "(that) both of us went down in flames on the same day." Ever the diehard Leafs fan, Hadfield added that hes proud of the way his team played this year and hes looking forward to next season. "I am so proud of how the Leafs did this year," he said. "They played really good hockey, entertaining hockey, motivated and creative hockey." The 53-year-old said he had managed to watch previous games in space. He had even seen the Leafs win Game 6 the day before he undocked from the station. Hadfield was the first Canadian to command the giant orbiting space laboratory while he was on board. Nike Free Schuhe Billig. The six-foot-three, 213-pound Schmitt spent the 2012 NFL pre-season with the Arizona Cardinals, punting 12 times for a 44.8-yard average. Nike Free Run Damen Schuhe.Y. -- Patrik Elias scored 45 seconds into overtime to lift the New Jersey Devils to a 2-1 win over the New York Rangers in the pre-season opener for both teams Wednesday night. http://www.damennikefree.eu/. Holiday signed an extension with the Sixers just before the midnight deadline and hours after he led them to an 84-75 victory over the Denver Nuggets. Nike Free Run 2 Damen Schwarz.C. Lion is disappointed quarterback Drew Tate wont be playing for the Calgary Stampeders in Sundays Western Final. Nike Free Run Damen Weiß. With the NHLs announcement Monday that all games through Dec. 30 have been cancelled, the possibility of locked-out players wearing the Maple Leaf over the holidays in scenic Davos, Switzerland increased. DURBAN, South Africa -- Host South Africa twice came from behind to draw with Morocco 2-2 on Sunday and advance to the quarterfinals of the African Cup of Nations after finishing top of Group A. The result meant that Cape Verde also reached the quarterfinals in its first major tournament after beating Angola 2-1 in a game that took place simultaneously in Port Elizabeth. Morocco finished third in the group. Goals from Issam El Adoua and substitute Abdelilah Hafidi appeared to have put Morocco through for the first time since 2004. But on both occasions South Africa fought back, with May Mahlangu and Siyabonga Sangweni ensuring the hosts topped their group on goal difference. Defender Sangweni, who scored in South Africas 2-0 win over Angola, again made a crucial contribution as his 87th-minute goal kept Bafana Bafana in the tournament. "If you know there are only a few minutes left I think you throw everything you have forward. Hes obviously gone up and taken a chance and its paid off," South Africa captain Bongani Khumalo said. "It gets tougher now. Were at that sensitive part of the competition and we need to believe in each other and work even harder." Morocco attacked from the start with Youssef El Arabi testing South Africa goalkeeper Intumeleng Khune in the fourth. Morocco took the lead just six minutes later when El Adoua beat Khune to a corner to nod home. South Africa continued to struggle in the first half with Khune forced to make vital saves to deny Chahir Belghazouani and Kamel Chafni before the break. The hosts had a couple of unconvincing penalty appeals, and Bernard Parkers shot flashed wide of Moroccos goaal. Nike Free Run Damen Schwarz Weiß South Africa replaced striker Katlego Mphela with Ajax playmaker Thulani Serero early in the second half and Morocco coach Rachid Taoussi looked to shut up shop as he made two defensive substitutions by the 63rd minute. The decision came back to haunt Taoussi eight minutes later, when Mahlangu found space on the edge of the penalty area to curl his shot into the top-right hand corner. With Angola leading 1-0 at the time, Morocco needed another goal to progress and they found it when the ball dropped to Hafidi 12 yards from South Africas goal and the substitute fired through several players. However, knowing that defeat would mean an exit in the event of a Cape Verde victory, South Africa pushed forward and equalized again when Sangweni mirrored Mahlangus goal from the edge of the area. With news of Cape Verdes victory coming through, Morocco threw everything forward in the hope of a late winner, but South Africa held on to leave several Moroccan players in tears as celebrations started in the stands of the Moses Mabhida Stadium. "Its a great occasion now for the team, for myself and especially for the South African people," South Africa coach Gordon Igesund said. "It was very important for us to qualify (for the second round), hosting this tournament, and I think weve made the country proud. "I wasnt happy in the first half, because the first goal they scored was a free header, which shouldnt happen at this level. We got a beautiful goal to come back, and then once we were level we went back into defence and they scored their second goal. We had to dig really deep for the result today." ' ' '