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Salt Lake City, UT (SportsNetwork.com) - The 10th-ranked team in the land puts an unblemished home record on the line Sunday afternoon, as the Runnin Utes of Utah host the UCLA Bruins in a Pac-12 Conference battle at the Huntsman Center. Utah, which has lost only to 16th-ranked San Diego State and 10th-ranked Kansas by a combined seven points, is perfect at home to this point with nine wins in as many opportunities. The latest victory for the squad took place two nights ago when the Utes dominated the USC Trojans in a 79-55 final. In the midst of a five-game homestand, the Utes will not be hitting the road again until Jan. 15 when they clash with the Arizona State Sun Devils. As for the Bruins, a team which has yet to win a true road game in 2014-15, they too tipped off the conference schedule on Friday night, but in their case they came up short against Colorado, 62-56, at the Coors Events Center. The loss was the fourth in a row for a group that had won four straight before facing national powers such as Gonzaga and Kentucky. As far as the all-time series is concerned, one that began back in 1928, the Bruins are ahead by a count of 7-5 thanks in part to an 80-66 victory in the most recent meeting last February. The Bruins shot 31.4 percent from the field two nights ago in Boulder and only 6-of-26 behind the 3-point line, but the teams downfall probably had a lot to do with the fact that they were outscored at the free-throw line by a 21-6 margin by the Buffaloes. Norman Powell tried to give the visitors a fighting chance with his game-high 22 points on 9-of-20 shooting from the floor, notching his 1,000th point along the way, followed by Isaac Hamilton with 16 points on 6-of-14 from the field, but no one else on the roster made more than three field goals in the losing effort. Bryce Alford, the son of head coach Steve, may lead the team in scoring overall with his 16.8 ppg, but you would not have been able to tell given his 2-of-16 shooting effort versus Colorado, which included coming up empty on nine tries beyond the arc. A 91.0 percent shooter at the free-throw line, Alford also paces the program with 83 assists, which many of those surely going to Powell (15.6 ppg), Hamilton (12.4 ppg) and Kevin Looney (12.3 ppg). The Runnin Utes showed little mercy for the Trojans as the hosts converted not only 56.9 percent from the field but also 11-of-19 (.579) out on the perimeter, more than making up for a weak 10-of-20 showing at the free-throw line. Jordan Loveridge was one of four players to score in double figures as he dropped in 14 points, while Brandon Taylor and Delon Wright checked in with 11 points apiece, the latter also handing out 10 assists. Dakarai Tucker responded with 10 points off the bench. Loveridge, who is back in action after missing several games, has led the team in scoring in each of the last two contests and is listed as the second- leading scorer for the Utes with 12.3 ppg stemming from 52.2 percent shooting from the field. Wright has assumed the lead in scoring with 15.4 ppg and has also found plenty of opportunities to get his teammates involved in the action with 74 assists, against a mere 22 turnovers. Cheap Adidas NHL Jerseys . - The Toronto Blue Jays have optioned pitchers Kyle Drabek, Chad Jenkins and Sean Nolin to triple-A Buffalo. Cheap Panthers Jerseys .Pete Morelli said the back judge threw a flag on Cowboys linebacker Anthony Hitchens on a pass to Lions tight end Brandon Pettigrew in Dallas 24-20 wild-card win Sunday. But the head linesman said there wasnt enough contact and that Hitchens was face-guarding, which isnt a penalty in the NFL. http://www.cheapfloridapanthersjerseys.com/. PETERSBURG, Fla. Cheap Panthers Jerseys China . He managed to save par, and went on to put together his best opening round of the year. Calcavecchia and Wes Short Jr. Cheap Florida Panthers Jerseys . Unfortunately for Toronto, that surge was too much to handle as the Stars scored six straight goals and ended the Marlies season with a 6-2 victory on Tuesday. Toronto had built a 2-0 lead on goals by Frazer McLaren and Peter Holland, but Texas charged back with a wild rally late in the second period to spark its trip to the Calder Cup final.TORONTO -- Phil Kessel had the game-winning goal, but it was his near fight with a familiar foe that sparked the Toronto Maple Leafs to a comeback victory Saturday night. Kessel scored the second of three straight goals for the Maple Leafs in the third period as they recovered to beat the Vancouver Canucks 3-1 at Air Canada Centre. He assisted on the Maple Leafs third goal and almost had the first Gordie Howe hat trick - a goal, an assist and a fight - of his NHL career when he and pesky Alexandre Burrows scuffled and just about dropped the gloves late in the second period. It would have been the second fight of the season for Kessel and Burrows, who officially scrapped back on Nov. 2 in Vancouver. The two each got roughing minors in Saturdays game, with Burrows getting an additional minor for high-sticking. "(Kessel) wasnt too thrilled about all that and neither was anyone on the bench," said linemate James van Riemsdyk. "Maybe you can look at that as something that got Phil a little bit excited." At the time of the fracas, the Canucks were clinging to a 1-0 lead on a goal by Ryan Kesler in the last minute of the first. That all changed in the third period, when the Leafs broke out with three goals in the span of 4:42. "It was a one-goal hockey game and here we had an opportunity to pull a hockey game out of the fire by scoring one goal and giving ourselves a chance," said Leafs coach Randy Carlyle. "We have a break coming, and it would make everybody feel a lot better about themselves with a win here versus a loss." The win was the 11th in the past 14 games for the Leafs and their seventh straight at home. "About six games ago, we really focused in on playing well going into the break," said Leafs captain Dion Phaneuf. "We feel weve done that. Weve gotten some big wins. We wanted to get as many points as we could going into the break and we did that." The Canucks lost their seventh straight game and their 16th in their past 20. Theyve scored just 37 goals in that span. Vancouver is now 8-23-5 when scoring less than three goals in game (excluding the shootout). The Canucks are a near perfect 19-1-4 when scoring three or more. "Weve dug ourselves a pretty big hole here, but we need to look at it as a challenge when we get bback," said Canucks coach John Tortorella.dddddddddddd"I do believe well be healthier to fight our way through it. Were not dead and gone. Weve allowed a lot of teams to get back in and pass us, as far the playoffs are concerned. But we still have enough games to crawl back in." Mason Raymond and van Riemsdyk also scored for Toronto. Jonathan Bernier made 23 saves for the win. Roberto Luongo stopped 30 shots in defeat. Vancouvers lone goal came when Kesler took a pass in the high slot from Chris Higgins and flicked a weak wrist shot at the goal. Bernier tried to stop it with his blocker, but it deflected downwards into the net. The Canucks held onto that lead after two periods. "We just wanted to stick with it," van Riemsdyk said. "We know we didnt play necessarily as well as we could. We were playing a little bit loose with the puck. We got back to just cycling them down low and trying to create off that." Raymond got Toronto on the board at 7:23 when he circled the Canucks net and snuck a wrist shot past Luongo for his 16th goal of the season. The Leafs then took their first lead of the game at 10:03. On a delayed penalty call, with a sixth attacker on the ice for Bernier, Kessel snapped a shot near the Canucks blueline that found its way past a screened Luongo. It was Kessels 31st of the season. Tyler Bozaks assist on the goal was the 100th of his NHL career. Two minutes and two seconds after the Leafs took the lead, van Riemsdyk made it 3-1 when his shot at the side of the goal bounced of Alexander Edler and into the Canucks goal. It was his 24th of the season. "We got to be really happy about the last month or so," Bernier said. "Weve been playing really well. Now we just got to take some rest and hit the reset button because the real season is coming after (the break). We have to make sure were ready for the next 22 games." Notes: Canucks centre Henrik Sedin sat out his second-straight game due to injuryaLeafs centre Jay McClement didnt return after suffering an upper-body injury when he fell awkwardly into the end boards early in the second periodaThe game was a rare 6 p.m. start for a Toronto home game on SaturdayaIt was the final game for both teams before the NHL shuts down for the Winter Olympics. ' ' '

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