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Dec 9, 2012 8:59pm
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BARCELONA, Spain—Brent Hayden of Mission, B. Julio Jones Womens Jersey .C., and Montreals
Victoria Poon each earned their second gold medal in two days on Sunday to
conclude the opening stop on the Mare Nostrum swimming tour. Sinead Russell of
Burlington, Ont., and Katerine Savard of Pont-Rouge, Que., added to Canadas gold
medal count as well. All four are preparing for this summers Olympic Games.
Hayden came first in the mens 50-metre freestyle in 22.47 seconds. Hanser Garcia
of Cuba was second in 22.63 and Sergey Fesikov of Russia third in 22.64.
Edmontons Luke Peddie was seventh in 23.35. Poon, tuning up for her second
Olympics, clocked 55.42 seconds in the 100-metre freestyle with Britains Jessica
Lloyd second in 55.49 and Finlands Hanna-Maria Seppala came third in 55.79.
Sandrine Mainville of Boucherville, Que., was sixth and Winnipegs Chantal Van
Landeghem finished eighth. In the womens 200-metre backstroke, Russell was the
winner in 2:11.20 with Karin Prinsloo of South Africa taking silver in 2:11.73
and Montreals Barbara Jardin third in 2:12.56. In the womens 200-metre
butterfly, Savard finished ahead of two British swimmers clocking 2:10.03.
Audrey Lacroix of Pont Rouge was fourth in 2:11.80 less than a second from the
podium. Vancouvers Noemie Thomas was sixth. In the womens 50-metre butterfly,
Silvia DiPietro of Spain won the gold medal 26.55 edging Savard in second at
26.86. Thomas was sixth. In the womens 100 breaststroke, Kierra Smith of
Kelowna, B.C., earned a second individual medal at the event, placing third in
1:09.92. Less than a second separated the top-three finishers. Ashley McGregor
of Pointe-Claire, Que., was seventh and Ottawas Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson was
eighth. Jardin earned a second bronze in the 400 freestyle while
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stretched out to block a shot from a charging Nashville player and watched as
his stick sailed to the backboards. No way to reach his waffleboard, Smith slid
back and forth across the crease, trying to stay low, throwing up his gloves
whenever the puck came his direction. His teammates cleared the puck after about
30 seconds and Smith let off a sigh of relief. “We practice that … but Im not
real comfortable with it,” Smith said. His team should be feeling a little
uneasy, too. Despite pulling out a 4-3 win over the Predators in Game 1 of the
Western Conference semifinals Friday night, the Coyotes know they have a lot of
work to do to have a shot at winning the series. Thats right. The winning team
may have more adjustments to make than the losers. The Coyotes have been playing
this tightrope game to near perfection throughout the playoffs, leaning heavily
on Smith and coming through with the big shot, usually in overtime. Its worked
so far; Phoenix won its first-round series over Chicago and the opener against
Nashville, becoming the first team in NHL history to go to overtime in six of
its first seven playoff games. The Coyotes know it cant continue against the
Predators, a team that plays the same kind of close-to-the-vest style and has a
superb goalie of their own in Pekka Rinne. “Weve got to be better because sooner
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after practice at Jobing.com Arena. “We sit back in the third, weve had leads,
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