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NEWARK, N. Billigste Nike Air Max .J. -- The Montreal Canadiens tried hard to move into the NHLs top ten in the first round, but the team they were in discussions with ultimately decided to use its own selection. "The price was big and we were willing to pay, but it didnt work," Habs GM Marc Bergevin said Sunday night, explaining he made an offer that included draft picks and players. Ultimately, Bergevin said he was very satisfied with the player the Canadiens ended up getting with their first choice, right-winger Mike McCarron. McCarron is listed at six foot five, 228 pounds and would provide the Habs with much-needed size up front. "This is a very physical player and he has character," Bergevin said. "Hes still very young, and he will put on weight and get stronger. He has really good potential." The Michigan native, selected 25th overall, has been compared to Milan Lucic, the Boston Bruins forward who has given the Habs headaches in recent years. He played last year with the U.S. National Team Development Program, where he had 11 goals, 18 assists and 166 penalty minutes in 49 games. He was ranked 35th among North American skaters according to NHL Central Scouting. McCarron said he wants to be the type of player that can be effective up and down the lineup. "I feel I can be effective on a fourth line and a first line," he said. "I can mix things up on the fourth line and create plays on a first." His Canadian Hockey League rights belong to the London Knights, but its possible McCarron could go the college route. He signed a letter of intent with the Western Michigan Broncos, who are headed by former NHL coach Andy Murray. McCarron said he would speak to his advisers and make a decision in a week. The Canadiens had three more picks in the second round. With their 34th overall choice, the Habs picked centre Jacob de la Rose. He is listed at 6-2, 176 pounds and had six goals and six assists in 38 games for Leksand in the Swedish Division 2 league. Hes pegged as a potential third-liner. "I need to improve several aspects of my game, but I really want to work on my offence," he said. Two picks later, the Canadiens selected the first goalie of the draft, Zachary Fucale of the Halifax Mooseheads. The Rosemere, Que.-native posted a 2.35 goals against average in 55 games last year as he guided the Mooseheads to the Memorial Cup. Asked about the pressure of playing in his hometown alongside Carey Price, Fucale said he wanted to take things one step at a time and climb up the teams depth ladder quickly. "For now, I want to savour this moment," he said. With the 55th overall pick, the team grabbed Artturi Lehkonen, who played last year in the Finnish Elite League. The five-foot-nine, 163 pound left-winger had 14 goals and 16 assists in 45 games. The Canadiens have often between criticized for missing out on local talent. But on Sunday, they grabbed four players from the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. Along with Fucale, the Habs picked the Swiss native Sven Andrighetto from the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies (No. 86), Martin Renway from the Gatineau Olympiques (No. 116) and Jeremy Gregoire from the Baie-Comeau Drakkar (No. 176). Andrighetto, a small, 20-year-old winger, was a force in junior last year with 98 points in 53 games. He aims to start next season with the Hamilton Bulldogs. Gregoire, a forward who some thought would go earlier in the draft, had an up-and-down season. "I know what Im worth and Im looking forward to showing it," he said. "Im really happy to get picked by the Canadiens." The Canadiens also just missed out on a chance to get P.K. Subbans brother, Jordan. Bergevin said the Habs were interested in the defenceman, but the Vancouver Canucks snatched him up with pick number 115, right before the Canadiens were set to go. The Canadiens opted to trade away their seventh round pick, 206th overall, to the Florida Panthers their seventh round pick in 2014. Nike Air Max Udsalg . With Van Osch out with a flu bug that has been rampaging through the tournament, Knezevic stepped in to lead B.C. (4-3) to a pair of victories on Tuesday before 1,131 at the Maurice Richard Arena. Air Max Danmark . Pierre last November, only to watch St. Pierre leave the UFC octagon with his welterweight title belt and a split-decision victory. http://www.airmaxdanmark.com/ . Patrik Bartosak turned away 50-of-52 shots for the Rebels (28-26-4), who halted their losing streak at seven games. Trailing 2-1 after 40 minutes of play, Feser forced overtime with his second goal of the game at 5:35 of the third period.DETROIT -- Theres little doubt that Miguel Cabrera is one of the best hitters in baseball. And often, its his massive home runs that fans, players and managers remember. Thursday, though, he delivered in a different way. Cabrera found infield gaps with a pair of two-out hits to drive in three runs in Detroits 7-4 victory over the Chicago White Sox. "Im just trying to hit the ball into a hole," Cabrera said. "You have to be able to use the bat to hit the pitch where they give you room." Of course, for most players, it isnt quite that simple. "I know Im supposed to stand here and talk about how amazing Miggy is, but weve just gotten to a point where we expect this kind of thing," winning pitcher Max Scherzer said. "Were thrilled when anyone else does something like that, but he does it all the time." Rajai Davis homered, doubled and singled for the Tigers, but he wasnt going to pretend to be in Cabreras territory. "I had a great day, which is fun, but that man does it every day against every pitcher in the league," Davis said. "He plays in this park and he wins batting titles and Triple Crowns. Hes a great, great hitter." Scherzer (2-1) struck out 10, allowing two runs and seven hits in six innings. A high pitch count ended his outing early. "Theres a reason hes the Cy Young winner," said Adam Dunn, who homered off Scherzer. "You go against (Justin) Verlander one night and then you have to go against Scherzer, and they are both just so tough. They have so many pitches that they can throw for strikes that you are always in trouble against them." Joe Nathan pitched the ninth for his fourth save in six tries. He got the final two outs on a strikeout where Jose Abreu was called for interfering with catcher Bryan Holadays throw to second base on a stolen-base attempt. Holaday was amused to find out he had been credited with a game-ending unassisted double play. "Ive never even seen anything like that before," he laughed. "Thats my first one of those, whatever what it was." White Sox manager Robin Ventura asked plate umpire Dan Iassogna for an explanation, but didnt argue the call. "It was just interference," Ventura said. Jose Quintana (1-1) allowed three runs in six innings. Tigers reliever Al Alburquerque pitched the seventh, but Joba Chamberlain allowed two runs in the eighth to let Chicago pull within one. Detroit scored twice in the bottom half. The teams traded runs in the ssecond, with Dunn hitting a long homer over the scoreboard in right-centre field before the Tigers answered with Austin Jacksons triple and Nick Castellanos single. Billige Nike Air Max. Detroit went ahead in the third when Ian Kinsler singled, advanced on a wild pitch and scored as Cabrera slapped an outside pitch the other way for a single. "Facing that guy in that situation is one of the least appealing situations in baseball," Ventura said. "He can beat you with a grounder into the hole or he can hit one 500 feet. Thats tough to stop." Chicago scored just once in the first five innings, striking out nine times, but forced Scherzers pitch count up to 96, meaning that Detroit would need multiple innings from its struggling bullpen. Davis made it 3-1 in the fifth with his second homer of the season, a shot to left that cleared the Tigers bullpen. Dayan Viciedo left off the White Sox sixth with a triple when Torii Hunter lost a fly ball in the sun. Alexei Ramirez followed with a sacrifice fly to cut Detroits lead to one run on Scherzers 102nd pitch. Ramirez, who made several outstanding defensive plays at shortstop, prevented a run with a diving stop on Davis grounder in the seventh. It went for an infield hit, loading the bases with one out, but Maikel Cleto got Kinsler to pop out. Daniel Webb came in and Cabrera bounced his second pitch up the middle for a two-run single. The White Sox started the eighth with three hits off Chamberlain, including an RBI single by Ramirez, and a throwing error by Holaday allowed a second run to score. Holaday, though, had an RBI single in the bottom of the inning, and Davis followed with a two-out double to make it 7-4. NOTES: The Tigers announced during the game that they will be honouring Jim Leyland in a pregame ceremony before their May 10th game against Minnesota. Leyland managed the Tigers to a franchise-record four post-season appearances before retiring after last season. ... White Sox 2B Gordon Beckham made his season debut after missing the first 22 games with a strained oblique muscle. He went 0 for 4 and struck out three times. He was called up Wednesday night from his injury-rehab assignment with Double-A Birmingham, while LHP Charlie Leesman was optioned to Triple-A Charlotte. ... With Nathan trying to close out the game, fans down the right-field line started loudly booing a man in a Boston Bruins jersey. Game 4 of the Red Wings-Bruins NHL playoff series was scheduled for Thursday night at nearby Joe Louis Arena. ' ' '

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