LONDON, Ont. Vans Old Skool Pas Cher . -- Matt Rupert scored once in regulation and again in the shootout as the London Knights extended their win streak to nine games by defeating the Owen Sound Attack 4-3 on Friday in Ontario Hockey League action. Mitchell Marner and Max Domi also scored for the Knights in regulation (44-12-5) while Ryan Rupert clinched the win with Londons second shootout goal. Londons Jake Patterson made 22 saves for the win. Jack Flinn gave the Attack (26-26-8) a chance to win by stopping 52-of-55 shots. Daniel Milne scored twice for Owen Sound and Kurtis Gabriel added the other. Both clubs went 0 for 3 on the power play. --- FRONTENACS 10 BULLS 2 KINGSTON, Ont. -- Sam Bennett scored three times as the Frontenacs used a five-goal first period to crush Belleville. Darcy Greenoway and Henri Ikonen each had a goal and two assists for Kingston (33-22-4) while Mikko Vainonen, Ryan Verbeek, Robert Polesello, Corey Pawley and Spencer Watson added the others. Lucas Perissini stopped 37-of-39 shots for the Frontenacs. Cameron Brace scored both goals for the Bulls (19-36-6) as Michael Giugovaz allowed all 10 goals on 39 shots against. --- COLTS 2 WHALERS 1 (SO) PLYMOUTH, Mich. -- Alex Nedeljkovic stopped 49 shots for the Whalers, but gave up the winner to Zach Hall in the third round of the shootout as Barrie won for the first time in three outings. Andreas Athanasiou forced overtime for the Colts (32-26-3) when he scored at 5:20 of the third period. Plymouths (24-30-7) Zach Lorentz opened the scoring at 6:04 of the second. Mackenzie Blackwood made 35 saves for Barrie. --- OTTERS 4 STING 3 SARNIA, Ont. -- Dane Fox scored twice, including his 58th of the season at 19:22 of the third period to break a 3-3 deadlock, as Erie edged the Sting. Connor McDavid had a goal and an assist for the Otters (45-14-2) and Travis Wood scored the other. Nickolas Latta, Hayden Hodgson and Vladislav Kodola scored for Sarnia (16-39-6) and Nikolay Goldobin tacked on two assists. Eries Oscar Dansk made 18 saves for the win as Taylor Dupuis stopped 33-of-37 shots in defeat. --- SPIRIT 5 RANGERS 2 SAGINAW, Mich. -- Justin Kea scored twice and Jake Paterson stopped 36 shots as the Spirit handed Kitchener its fourth loss in a row. Jeremiah Addison, Dylan Sadowy and Jimmy Lodge also scored for Saginaw (30-26-5) and Nick Moutrey had two assists. Mason Kohn and Curtis Meighan scored for the Rangers (22-36-3). Matthew Greenfield started in net for Kitchener and allowed four goals on 16 shots before being relieved by Jordan DeKort to start the third period. DeKort stopped 5-of-6 shots in relief. --- GENERALS 4 STEELHEADS 1 MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -- Ken Appleby made 27 saves and Oshawa produced all its offence in the first period en route to defeating the Steelheads. Josh Sterk, Jacob Busch, Joe Manchurek and Hunter Smith scored for the Generals (40-17-5). Mississauga (23-34-4) got its lone goal from Bobby MacIntyre. Chase Marchand allowed all four goals on 15 shots before Spencer Martin took over to start the second period. Martin made 19 saves in relief. --- WOLVES 6 STORM 5 SUDBURY, Ont. -- Trevor Carrick scored once and set up two more as the Wolves came from behind to defeat Guelph. Ray Huether, Nicholas Baptiste, Jacob Harris, Radek Faksa and Nathan Pancel also scored for Sudbury (31-2-10), which trailed 5-2 after 40 minutes of play. Robby Fabbri, Pius Suter and Zach Mitchell each had a goal and an assist for the Storm (47-11-3) while Brock McGinn and Marc Stevens added singles. Franky Palazzese made 36 saves for the Wolves. Guelphs Justin Nichols stopped 32-of-38 shots in defeat. Grossiste Vapormax . They never thought it would take some blood, too. Kevin Love grabbed his 4,000th career rebound as part of a 19-point, 13-board effort to lead the Timberwolves over the Utah Jazz 112-97 on Tuesday night. Balenciaga Pas Cher Chine .C. -- Jackson Whistle made 26 saves for his first shutout of the season as the Kelowna Rockets blanked the visiting Lethbridge Hurricanes 5-0 on Saturday in Western Hockey League action.Sam Allardyce will speak to the media on Monday for the first time as England manager - and you can watch live on Sky Sports News HQ. The 61-year-old was the unanimous choice from the Football Association panel to replace Roy Hodgson and was confirmed as the new national team boss on Friday.Allardyce kept Sunderland in the Premier League last season and has now been charged with reversing the fortunes of an England side which endured a miserable Euro 2016 after being eliminated by Iceland in the last 16. His first task as England manager will be to speak to the media, with coverage live on Sky Sports News HQ from 10am on Monday, at St Georges Park. Five questions for Allardyce Which players will benefit from Sam Allardyce being England boss and who could suffer? The former Bolton and West Ham boss will then start preparing for his first match in charge, which will be a friendly at Wembley on September 1 against yet-to-be-named opponents, ahead of the World Cup 2018 qualifier in Slovakia on September 4. Watch on Sky Sports News HQ Coverage of Sam Allardyces first England press conference will begin at 10am Allardyce will face a number of different questions over key areas in the squad setup, which could include queries on the position and role of captain Wayne Rooney, his potential backroom staff and possibly the style of play he will look to implement. Allardyce has been given a two-year deal Down the years, he made no secret of the fact that he would like a crack at leading the national side, narrowly missing out on the role when it was given to Steve McClaren 10 years ago after Allardyce was interviewed in 2006.However, he has now signed an initial two-year deal in a role he has called the best job in English football. Former England defender Jamie Carragher believes Allardyce was the best candidate for the job He added: I will do everything I can to help England do well and give our nation the success our fans deserve. Air Max 95 Pas Cher Chine. Above all, we have to make the people and the whole country proud.Watch Sam Allardyces first news conference as England manager, with coverage from 10am live on Sky Sports News HQ. 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