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The Winnipeg Goldeyes recorded their first ever four game sweep at Sioux Falls Stadium on Thursday night. Fake Jordan Shoes . The Goldeyes (14-7) ended their series against the Sioux Falls Canaries (6-14) with an 8-3 win in front of 2,549 fans at the Birdcage. The two teams were both off to hot starts, both recording runs in the first inning. After the Goldeyes loaded the bases in the top of the first with none out, they were able to score two runs. Tyler Kuhn came in to record the games first run on a Donnie Webb RBI sacrifice fly. Then Jake Blackwood scored on a Reggie Abercrombie RBI single. The Canaries responded with a leadoff home run from Steven Tinoco in the bottom of the inning. The Goldeyes extended their one run lead in the top of the third, as Luis Alen got on base with a double and then was brought home on Abercrombies second RBI single of the night. Winnipeg got a quality start from Nick Hernandez on the mound. He struck out six and only gave up one run over six and two-thirds innings of work. Hernandez was also able to retire 12 straight Canaries batters from the third to seventh innings. The win was Hernandezs first in his fourth start of the season. "Weve been working hard on Nicks mechanics the last few days," said Goldeyes Pitching Coach Jamie Vermilyea on the Jewel 101 Post-Game Show. "He went out there and did a heck of a job." Ray Sadler put another run on the board for the Fish in the fifth with a solo home run. It was then 4-1 for the Goldeyes on Sadlers team leading fifth home run of the year. In the top of the six Casey Haerther scored on a wild pitch from Ben Moore. Moore took the loss for the Canaries. Six of the nine Goldeyes batters were able to record a multi-hit night, including Abercrombie who led the team with three RBI. He batted in the Goldeyes sixth run in the top of the seventh. "He wasnt trying to do to much with the ball," said Vermilyea of Abercrombie. "He just did what he does best and served it up the middle." The Goldeyes last two runs came in the eighth. Josh Mazzola led off the inning with a solo home run, and then Tyler Kuhn came in to score on a Jake Blackwood RBI single. The Canaries were able to score two runs in the bottom of the ninth to end the game off. With the win the Goldeyes move into sole possession of first place in the North Division, one game ahead of the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks and the St. Paul Saints. The Goldeyes now head to Fargo to take on their North Division rivals the RedHawks in a three game series. The series starts Friday at 7 p.m. with Goldeyes starter Kyle Anderson (2-1) set to face RedHawks pitcher Taylor Stanton (0-2). The two teams will then play again on Saturday at 6 p.m. and on Sunday at 1 p.m. "Its nice to get on a roll before we head over there," said Vermilyea of heading to Fargo. "Theyre a solid team, and its always a big series against them." 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Last season, Umberger had 18 goals and 16 assists in 74 games to help the Blue Jackets reach the playoffs. "Hes a versatile player, a good skater, a good two-way player," Flyers general manager Ron Hextall said. "He plays all three positions and can kill penalties. He is an attractive guy for us moving forward." The Flyers also made another move, signing centre Brayden Schenn to a multi-year contract. Umberger began his NHL career with the Flyers in 2005-06 and had 49 goals and 67 assists in 228 games over three seasons from 2005-2008. He was traded to Columbus on June 20, 2008, after helping the Flyers reach the Eastern Conference finals that spring with 10 goals and five assists in 17 playoff games. "It was apparent that the team was ready to play thee younger guys here," Umberger said. Fake Nike Shoes. "Last few years they got some great young talent and the young guys deserved to play. Some are waiting to come in next year. It was understandable and from a business side." Umberger gives the Flyers some cap relief. He has three years left on his contract at $4.6 million per year while Hartnell has five years remaining at $4.75 million per. The popular Hartnell appeared in 517 games for the Flyers over seven seasons with 157 goals and 169 assists. He was acquired from Nashville on June 18, 2007. "He has hockey left in him," Hextall said. "Versatility, length of contract, and speed are the main points we thought about here." Schenn had a career high in points (41), goals (20) and assists (21) in 82 games this past season. The Blue Jackets made another move by re-signing backup goalie Curtis McElhinney to a one-year extension. He was 10-11-1 with a 2.78 goals-against-average, .909 save percentage and two shutouts in a career-high 28 games last season, his first with Columbus. ' ' '

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