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Patrick Marleau of the San Jose Sharks, Ryan OReilly of the Colorado Avalanche and Martin St. Tigers Jerseys China . Louis, who split the year between the New York Rangers and Tampa Bay Lightning are the three finalists for the 2013-14 Lady Byng Memorial Trophy. The Lady Byng is awarded “to the player adjudged to have exhibited the best type of sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct combined with a high standard of playing ability.” St. Louis is the reigning Lady Byng winner and has won the trophy three of the past four seasons, losing only to Florida Panthers defenceman Brian Campbell in 2011-12. It is St. Louis seventh time being named a finalist for the Lady Byng. St. Louis recorded his seventh 30-goal season between his time in Tampa and New York. He ranked third among NHL forwards in total ice time, while only getting called for 10 minutes in penalties. This is Marleaus second nomination for the trophy, having finished third in voting in 2005-06. The Sharks veteran scored 33 goals, marking his seventh 30-goal season in the past nine. Marleau played in all 82 games averaging 20:31 minutes, racking up just 18 penalty minutes. OReilly has never before been named a finalist for an individual NHL award. The Avs forward notched a career-high 64 points, including a team-high 28 goals. OReilly was called for just one minor penalty all season, becoming just the second player in NHL history to receive two or fewer PIM over 80 or more games. Fake Tigers Jerseys . PETERSBURG, Fla. Detroit Tigers Shirts . The Rainbow FlickNext up is the Rainbow Flick, or as you probably know it, the trick that everybody at soccer camp thought they knew how to do. https://www.cheaptigers.com/ . At this rate, the Flyers captain is set to be remembered more for a fantastic finish.After three days off — including two rained out games and one travel day — the Winnipeg Goldeyes seemed out of their groove on Tuesday night, as they lost to the Can-Am Leagues New Jersey Jackals.The Goldeyes (18-11) began their eastern road trip losing 4-1 to the Jackals (13-9) at Yogi Berra Stadium in Little Falls, New Jersey.This was the first time the Goldeyes have played at Yogi Berra Stadium since the 2002 Northern League Championship Series. The Jackals beat the Goldeyes in the final two games of that series in Little Falls to claim their second straight league championship.The Jackals took the lead early on Tuesday night, with two solo home runs in the first inning to get ahead two runs.They added another run on a sac fly in the bottom of the fourth, and tacked on their fourth run in the bottom of the fifth.Jackals pitcher Gabriel Perez kept the Goldeyes bats quiet. He went strong for seven innings, facing only 22 batters, striking out five and giving up only one hit to the Fish.“He kept us off balance for the most part,” said Goldeyes Pitching Coach Jamie Vermilyea of Perez on the Jewel 101 Post-Game Show. “He pitched a good game.”Despite beinng on the hook for all four of the Jackals runs, and the loss, Goldeyes pitcher Chris Salamida was able to retire the last seven batters he faced. Detroit Tigers Gear. He also recorded six strikeouts, and only gave up one walk over his seven innings of work.“He also pitched well,” said Vermilyea. “He made a few mistakes there in the first inning, but he also got out of a few jams, and gave us a chance to win.”The Goldeyes only run came in top of the ninth. Casey Haerther reached on a single and then was driven in on a Jake Blackwood RBI double.“Its good to end on somewhat of a positive note. Hopefully we can keep the batting momentum going into the game tomorrow,” Vermilyea said.With the loss the Goldeyes move a game and a half back of the St. Paul Saints for second in the American Association North Division.The Goldeyes continue their series against the Jackals tomorrow and Thursday with both games going at 6 p.m. Tomorrow the Goldeyes will send Nick Hernandez (2-0) to the mound to face New Jerseys Keith Bilodeau (0-1). The Fish then travel to Quebec to take on the Quebec Capitales in a three-game series that goes Friday, Saturday and Sunday. ' ' '
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