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Two goals each from Wambach, Morgan lift U.S. women to CONCACAF title

 

Alex Morgan (photo by PickSaver via wikipedia commons)

Abby Wambach (courtey of USA Soccer)

31-year-old Abby Wambach and 22-year-old Alex Morgan scored two goals apiece, and the United States women’s team to a 4-0 win over Canada in the championship game of the CONCACAF Olympic qualifying tournament on Sunday night in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Morgan started her first game in the tournament and scored in the fourthand 56th minutes.

Wambach passed longtime U.S. captain Kristine Lilly and into second place on the career soccer goal scoring list with 131 as she scored in the 24th and 28th minutes. Wambach now trails Mia Hamm who scored 158 in her U.S. soccer career.

 

Info compiled from USA soccer, Radio & TV news

 

 

O’Hair wins playoff over Blanks at RBC Canadian Open

 

Sean O'Hair (file photo)

The RBC Canadian Open in Vancouver, British Columbia, went into a playoff hole to determine a winner.

Sean O’Hair won the event after putting in for bogey on the first and only playoff hole and then watched American Kris Blanks’ bogey put roll around the lip and out from five feet.

The victory was the fourth on the PGA Tour for O’Hair, who started three shots off the lead before shooting a 68 to get into the playoff with Blanks, who shot a 70 at 4-under-par 276.

A third player, Argentina’s Andres Romero with a 70 just missed getting into the playoff, but bogeyed the final hole, but finished alone in third-place at 277.

 

Info courtesy of the PGA Tour

Kariya calls it a career due to recurring concussion problems

 

Paul Kariya at november 2008 Blues FanFest (photo by Jamie4Jesus via wikipedia commons)

36-year-old Paul Kariya decided to retire from the National Hockey League on Wednesday after post-concussion symptoms forced him to miss all of last season.

He won the Hobey Baker Award as the top U.S. college hockey player at Maine in 1993 and was chosen by Anaheim with the #4 pick in that year’s draft.

Kariya is best known for his play with the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim where he flourished with three 40-goal seasons, a high of 50 in 1995-96 and two years where he garnered 100 points or more.

The left-winger played 15 years in the NHL, playing for Anaheim, Colorado, Nashville and finishing with St. Louis.

The native of Vancouver, British Columbia, scored 402 goals and 587 assists and won the Lady Byng Trophy which is given to the player with the most-gentlemenly qualities.

 

compiled from staff, Radio, TV & NHL news

 

Ian Clark hired as Blue Jackets new goaltending coach

Info courtesy of the Columbus Blue Jackets

Ian Clark (courtesy of Columbus Blue Jackets)

The Columbus Blue Jackets have hired Ian Clark as their new goaltending coach.

Clark most recently was the goaltending and consultant coach for the Vancouver Canucks from 2002-2010.

In addition to spending eight years with the Canucks organization, Clark was a member of Team Canada’s coaching staff at the World Junior Championships from 2003-2006, winning silver medals in 2003 and 2004 and capturing gold in 2005 and 2006. He also was the goaltending consultant for the Florida Panthers in 2001-2002. The list of goaltenders he has tutored includes Mathieu Garon, Johan Hedberg, Andrew Raycroft, Cory Schneider, Marc-Andre Fleury, Roberto Luongo and Cam Ward.

Clark was born on May 12, 1966 in Vancouver, British Columbia. He and his wife, Deborah, are the parents of sons, Morgan, Christopher, Collins, Samuel, Jason and Blake.

The 45-year-old Clark, is recognized as a leading educator of the goaltending position as his knowledge and innovative approach has attracted high-performance goaltenders at the NHL, minor pro, major junior and NCAA levels. He was the founder of the Goaltender Development Institute and served as technical author of From the Crease-The Self Development Guide to Hockey Goaltending from 1998-2003 and The Goalie News from 2003-2008.