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Chris Thorburn thinks one of the reasons the Winnipeg
Jets have been successful under new coach Paul Maurice is
that theyre playing together as a team. Demonstrating
that newfound sense of camaraderie, Jets players wanted
to win Tuesday nights game against Carolina in part
because Maurice coached 920 games for the Hurricanes
franchise. "We all understand his past and what he meant
to this organization as far as the Hurricanes," Thorburn
said. "We were playing for him as well as the two
points." Winnipeg accomplished both goals when Thorburn
scored the tiebreaker with 1:03 remaining to lift the
Jets to a 2-1 win over the Hurricanes. It was Thorburns
second goal of the season. Andrew Ladd also scored for
the Jets, who are 9-2-0 since Maurice took over as coach
on Jan. 12. Despite his players sentiments, Maurice said
the game had no special significance for him. "This isnt
my first tour through here, but we all care about each
other in there, so Im taking it," he said. Winnipeg took
the lead when Jacob Trouba circled around the net and
sent the puck across the crease to Thorburn, who knocked
it past goalie Anton Khudobin. "Great confidence in a
young man to want to make the play that decides the
game," Maurice said of Trouba, the young defenceman who
asserted himself on the game-winner. "Not sit back and
not want to make a mistake -- he wants the puck on his
stick." Ondrej Pavelec made 28 saves for the Jets. Riley
Nash scored for Carolina, and Khudobin made 25 saves. The
Hurricanes went 10-4-0 in January and had won five of
six, but their offence sputtered in this tight-checking
game. "Two mistakes cost us two goals tonight," coach
Kirk Muller said. "But overall, I thought our guys played
hard and competed and skated and did a lot of good things
-- just not the outcome we wanted." Winnipeg opened the
scoring 12:57 into the second period when Michael Frolik
skated past Carolina defenceman Justin Faulk on a rush
down the left wing. Khudobin stopped Froliks shot, but
Ladd batted the rebound into the net. Ladd, who has seven
points in his last six games, was a member of the
Hurricanes when they won the Stanley Cup in 2006. "Its
always fun to score against your former team," Ladd said.
"I get up for these games. You always have a little chip
on your shoulder for a team thats traded you away." The
Jets got a boost when they killed off a 51-second two-man
advantage for the Hurricanes late in the second period.
Carolinas John-Michael Liles hit the post with a slap
shot during that stretch. Carolina tied it at 1 early in
the third period. After the Hurricanes skated into the
zone, Drayson Bowman tried to control the puck in the
slot. Bowman couldnt get his stick on it, but the puck
came to Nash, who snapped it past Pavelec. NOTES:
Carolina began the night having played the fewest games
in the NHL. ... Winnipeg entered having played 32 one-
goal games this season, third-most in the league.
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year-old daughter, New York Giants offensive lineman
David Diehl has retired after an 11-year career that
included two Super Bowl championships.LONDON, England --
Canadas Pamela Ware surprised herself -- and very nearly
the field -- in her first major international diving
competition on Friday. Competing in the womens individual
3-metre springboard event, the 19-year old from Ottenburn
Park, Que., finished fourth at the FINA Diving World Cup
against a field of the worlds top divers. "Its my first
time at a big competition like this," Ware said, "My
first international competition. Ive been to Grand Prix,
but nothing like this. I walked in here, I already felt
nervous." The competition is being held in the Aquatics
Centre in Londons Olympic Park, the main competition site
for the London 2012 Olympic Games. The World Cup is also
serving as an official test event ahead of the Games.
Once on the board, Ware was able to get the a handle on
her nerves, although she admitted she felt breathless and
tense throughout the competition. She posted three
personal-best scores in succession, scoring 313.95 in the
preliminary round on Thursday, 327.60 in Fridays semi,
and a whopping 341.25 in the final on Friday evening.
Ware finished 4.45 points out of the bronze medal
position, which went to Tania Cagnotto of Italy. "Five
[good] dives in a row, which I did three times, never
happens," said Ware. "Im really happy. I dont think I
could have asked for anything better." Three-time Olympic
medallist ¨¦milie Heymans, of St-Lambert, Que., finished
10th in the event with 307.35. Chinas Wu Minxia and He Zi
finished one-two in a World Cup that has been dominated
by the Chinese all week. China has won gold in every
event so far, with only the mens 10m platform and womens
synchronized 3m springboard finals remaining. So far the
2008 Olympic host nation has collected six gold medals
and three silver. "At their best, they are incredible,"
Canadian coach Aaron Dziver said of the Chinese team.
"And you have to be at your best to eequal them.
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its possible. There are some divers in the world who are
able to perform the types of dives that they are doing."
Matthew Mitcham, of Australia, is one such diver. The
reigning Olympic 10m champion was the only non-Chinese
diver to win gold at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.
Mitcham, who returned to competition earlier this month
following injuries to his spine and abdominal muscles,
finished fourth in the preliminary 10m Friday morning to
advance to Saturdays final. "I was expecting to come
maybe 15th or something, so to come fourth in the prelims
after those expectations was a massive surprise to me,"
Mitcham said. Asked if he would be able to pull off
another Chinese upset this week in London, Mitcham
downplayed his expectations."I dont know if it can be
done here at this competition because I am so fresh back
in this competition, because I am so fresh. But coming
back in July, thats the plan," he said. Canadas Eric Sehn
was looking to secure a second Olympic berth in the mens
10m preliminary, needing a top-18 finish to guarantee a
spot. Twenty-ninth was not good enough, and he will need
to compete in Sundays last-ditch chance, a dive-off, to
secure one of the remaining tickets to the Games. Riley
McCormick, who secured one Olympic berth in the platform
event for Canada at last years World Championships in
Shanghai, finished 24th in London. Heymans will partner
with Jennifer Abel to compete in the synchronized 3m
springboard event on Saturday, as the FINA Diving World
Cup continues. The mens 10m platform semi and final
events are also scheduled for Saturday. Jennifer Lukas is
the Digital lead Aquatics producer for
She is in London this week, reporting on the FINA Diving
World Cup and Olympic test event from the Aquatics Centre
in Olympic Park. Follow her updates on Twitter at
@JenniferLukas and join in the conversation at
@CTVOlympics. cheap

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