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SASKATOON – L.P. Dumoulin finally got the oval-track win he was looking for. The road-course ace from Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, came out on top in a wild green-white-checkered finish to the Velocity Prairie Thunder 250 Wednesday in NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 action at Auto Clearing Motor Speedway. Dumoulin and Joey McColm stayed out when the leaders pitted under caution inside of 10 laps to go to setup a dramatic finish on the .333-mile progressive-banked track. On the restart, new leader McColm get loose coming to the white flag and Dumoulin powered to the front. He then held off Jason Hathaway and Scott Steckly in a race to the checkered flag. It was the third career Canadian Tire Series victory for Dumoulin in the No. 47 WeatherTech Canada/Bellemare Dodge. His first two came on the road course at Ontarios Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in 2013. He also took over the championship points lead by 10 over JR Fitzpatrick. Behind Steckly, Andrew Ranger and Alex Tagliani brought home the top five. Like race winner Dumoulin, it was the best career oval finish for Tagliani. McColm salvaged a sixth-place finish, followed by Fitzpatrick, D.J. Kennington, Noel Dowler and Eric Thiering. It was shaping up to be a second straight victory at Auto Clearing for Steckly, who paced both practices and captured the pole earlier in the day. The defending event and series champion led the first 80 circuits from the pole and a race-high 153 in total. He had a commanding lead late in the race as he led 72 laps during an extended green-flag run -- putting all but five other cars down a lap -- before the final caution came out. McColm and Dumoulin had pitted much earlier in the race (Dumoulin on Lap 36) for their right side tires; drivers were allowed a maximum of two tires for this event. That left them out to fend off the challenge of Steckly and Co. on fresh tires. The race featured eight lead changes among five different drivers. Dumoulins only two laps led were the last two of the event. The Velocity Prairie Thunder 250 will premiere on TSN on Saturday, July 26 at 3 p.m. and on RDS2 on Sunday, Aug. 3 at 5 p.m. The Canadian Tire Series will return to action on Saturday, July 26 at Autodrome St. Eustache (Quebec) with the National 250. NASCAR Canadian Tire Series pres. by Mobil 1-Velocity Prairie Thunder 250Unofficial ResultsWednesdayAt Auto Clearing Motor SpeedwaySaskatoon, Sask.Lap length: 0.333 miles(Start position in parentheses)1. (4) L.P. Dumoulin, Trois-Rivières, Que., Dodge, 251 laps, 60.874 mph.2. (5) Jason Hathaway, Dutton, Ont., Chevrolet, 251.3. (1) Scott Steckly, Milverton, Ont., Dodge, 251.4. (3) Andrew Ranger, Roxton Pond, Que., Dodge, 251.5. (6) Alex Tagliani, Lachenaie, Que., Dodge, 251.6. (8) Joey McColm, Ajax, Ont., Dodge, 251.7. (12) J.R. Fitzpatrick, Ayr, Ont., Chevrolet, 251.8. (11) D.J. Kennington, St. Thomas, Ont., Dodge, 250.9. (7) Noel Dowler, Sherwood Park, Alta., Dodge, 250.10. (17) Erica Thiering, Sherwood Park, Alta., Dodge, 250.11. (15) Stefan Rzadzinski, Edmonton, Alta., Dodge, 249.12. (14) Nick Jewell, Fort Frances, Man., Dodge, 248.13. (13) Larry Jackson, Oakville, Ont., Dodge, 237.14. (10) Mark Dilley, Barrie, Ont., Ford, 199.15. (2) Steve Mathews, New Liskeard, Ont., Chevrolet, 157.16. (18) Dennis Laforce, Athabasca, Alta., Chevrolet, 124, fan belt.17. (16) Ian Admiraal, Sherwood Park, Alta., Dodge, 113, electrical.18. (9) James Van Domselaar, Fort Saskatchewan, Alta., Chevrolet, 103, drive shaft.19. (19) Jason Hankewich, Kindersley, Sask., Chevrolet, 0, did not start. Race StatisticsTime of Race: 1 hour 22 minutes 23 secondsMargin of Victory: .154 secondsFastest Qualifier: S.Steckly (82.020 mph, 14.616 seconds)Caution Flags: 7 for 46 laps.Lead Changes: 8 among 5 drivers.Lap Leaders: S. Steckly 1-79; J. McColm 80-112; A. Ranger 113-127; J. Hathaway 128-170; S. Steckly 171-172; J. Hathaway 173; S. Steckly 174-245; J. McColm 246-249; L. Dumoulin 250-251. Standings: 1. L. Dumoulin, 209; 2. J. Fitzpatrick, 199; 3. A. Ranger, 191; 4. J. Hathaway, 187; 5. D. Kennington, 183; 6. S. Steckly, 175; 7. N. Dowler, 159; 8. J. McColm, 151; 9. A. Tagliani, 141; 10. S. Mathews, 125. Basket Adidas Nmd Femme Pas Cher .ca. The NHL Play of the Year showdown kicks off with some slick moves going head-to-head with a combination of soft hands and endless patience. Basket Adidas Nmd Femme Contrefaçon . - For years William Gay kept quiet. http://www.basketnmdpascher.fr/ . MLS Commissioner Don Garber and Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez also will attend the session, which was announced Monday. The league has discussed placing its next two expansion teams in Miami and Atlanta. Basket Adidas Nmd r2 Pas Cher . The lightning strike was in the parking lot of Crew Stadium on Saturday night, but its not known if the off-duty lieutenant was struck directly, Columbus Fire Department Battalion Chief Tracy Smith said. The firefighter, identified as Lt. Basket Adidas Nmd Homme Pas Cher . Cleveland has won the first two of this set and has won six straight games since losing back-to-back tilts to open the year. Seattle, on the other hand, has now lost six in a row following consecutive wins to kick off its campaign.With Wednesday nights win over the Islanders, the Jets are back to a game above .500 on the season at 12-11-4, while getting back to even on the road at 5-5-1. The Jets are now 2-0 on the six game road trip, a trip that continues Friday morning in Philadelphia. After a scoreless first period the Jets scored three times in a span of 5:15. Mark Stuart with his first of the season marked the third straight game the Jets scored first, the goal coming right off a face-off. The goal was identical to the goal Evander Kane scored in New Jersey. James Wright won the face-off on Stuarts goal for his first point of the season. A neutral zone steal followed by a great three way passing play gave the Jets a 2-0 lead. The scoring play was Andrew Ladd from Bryan Little and Blake Wheeler. Little now has 18 points in his last 15 games. Devin Setoguchi made it 3-0, as he deflected a Keaton Ellerby shot. Mark Scheifele extended his point streak to three games with an assist on the goal. Right after that goal the Islanders got a power play and Andrew MacDonald made it a 3-1 game after two periods. With the Islanders on a three game losing streak, a third period push was coming.dddddddddddd Al Montoya made a number of big saves, but John Tavares did make it a 3-2 game at 14:01 of the third and 53 seconds later the Isles found themselves on another power play. Montoyas best save came on that man advantage as he robbed Kyle Okposo. Okposo ended the night with six shots on goal. Montoya, a former Islander, ended the night with 30 saves and upping his record to 3-2-1. Jets ended with 29 shots, were 54 per cent on face-offs, and blocked 21 shots. The Jets are now 6-1-1 against Eastern Conference teams. Coach Claude Noel felt the Islanders first goal gave them life. “Would have been nice to end the second 3-0,” he told TSN. “But we managed the game okay. A lot of good efforts. We dont enjoy how we make it close, but that will be our next challenge. You have to recognize that the other team will be pressing. But we are finding ways to win.” Fridays game is an 11:30am et start in Philadelphia (TSN Jets, TSN 1290). Jets are 6-2-2 in their last 10, good for 14 of a possible 20 points. ' ' '
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