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COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Bernardo Anor scored twice after Marco Di Vaio had given Montreal the lead and the Columbus Crew ended a seven-game winless streak with a 2-1 victory against the Impact on Saturday. Texas Rangers Gear . Anor had not scored since getting his first two goals of the season vs. Philadelphia on March 22 but struck with laser precision from distance in the 56th and 75th minutes. Montreal (3-10-5) lost its third straight and Impact coach Frank Klopas said it literally was a case of his players not stepping up. Both Anor goals came from outside the penalty after he found time and space. "I think we could have stepped on him a little bit quicker and we didnt," Klopas said. Columbus goalkeeper Steve Clark made five saves and was spectacular in shutting down the Impact after Di Vaios goal in the 35th minute. Clark kept the match level at 1-1 in the 62nd minute with a diving stop of Felipe Martins then followed two minutes later with rapid-fire denials of Di Vaio and a second-chance effort from Andres Romero that brought the sellout crowd of 21,112 in Crew Stadium to their feet. Moments after Columbus (5-8-7) forward Aaron Schoenfeld sent a glancing header off the right post, Clark lunged left to his left for another save on Romero in the 69th minute. "(Anor) scored two fantastic goals but Steve was our man of the match," Columbus coach Gregg Berhalter said. The Impact felt the Crew were ripe for the taking because Columbus was 0-3-4 in its previous seven matches and coming off a loss to Sporting Kansas City on Wednesday while Montreal was idle. "Its games like this you feel youve got to get something out of it," Klopas said. Instead, the Impact fell to 0-6-3 on the road with another away match Thursday at Real Salt Lake. "Weve got to get results," said Montreal captain Patrice Bernier. "Theres a short, short window left for us to believe that something can be done. After that, you start thinking maybe next year." Klopas gave Ohio native Evan Bush his first MLS start of the season and third of his MLS career over Troy Perkins. "There are moments in the season when one guys not in the best form and the other guy is," Klopas said. "You have to reward the guy who is." Montreal started well in front of Bush as Di Vaio continued his hot stretch with his fourth goal of the season and third in the past four games. The Impact took advantage of a turnover by defender Michael Parkhurst, who prior to the match was named to the MLS All-Star team that will face Bayern Munich on Aug. 6 in Portland, Ore. Justin Mapp plucked the ball from his feet and fed Di Vaio on the right wing. Di Vaio did the rest from there, faking Costa Rican World Cup defender Giancarlo Gonzalez then driving the ball past Clark from just inside the box. It was the sixth time in 10 home games that the Crew conceded the first goal. Montreals Jack McInerney missed an open look that would have made it 2-0 in the 54th minute and Anor made the Impact pay with his strike from the top of the arc two minutes later and a screaming blast from 25 yards for the victory. "Thats the first time this season that I can say Im at a loss of words," Montreal defender Heath Pearce said. "Of course it feels like since the very first game of the season weve been swimming against the current." Stitched Rangers Jerseys . Brassard and Coyotes defenceman Derek Morris were battling for position in the crease when a nudge from Morris sent Brassard on top of Smith late in the third period. Wholesale Rangers Jerseys .J. - The New Jersey Devils know the odds are against them as they chase a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. https://www.cheaprangersbaseball.com/ . Pretty good hitting, too. Dan Haren pitched six innings and sparked the go-ahead rally with a single, leading Los Angeles to another win over the skidding Atlanta Braves, 4-2 on Tuesday night.NORTH BAY, Ont. -- Connor Jarvis and Jared Steege each had two goals and an assist as the Battalion capped their first season in North Bay with a decisive 12-1 win over the Ottawa 67s in Ontario Hockey League action Sunday. The Battalions first season since moving from Brampton after last season was a big success on the ice. The Battalion finished the regular season on a six-game winning streak and clinched the Central Division title with a 38-24-6 record. North Bay enters the playoffs as the second seed in the Eastern Conference and will face the Niagara IceDogs in the first round. Brett McKenzie also scored twice for North Bay, while Ben Thomson had a goal and two assists. Marcus McIvor, Vincent Praplan, Alex Henriksson, Zach Bratina and Jamie Lewis had the other Battalion goals. Barclay Goodrow added three assists. Ryan Van Stralen had the only goal for Ottawa (23-39-6), which finished last in the East. Brendan ONeill made 31 saves for North Bay. Philippe Trudeau stopped 38 of 47 shots before being replaced by Liam Herbst, who stopped five of eight in relief. --- FRONTENACS 4 STEELHEADS 1 MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -- Kingston scored four power-play goals to build an insurmountable lead over the Steelheads. Ryan Kujawinski, Darcy Greenaway, Lawson Crouse and Samuel Schutt supplied the offence for the Frontenacs (39-23-6), while Lucas Peressini made 30 saves for the win. Lucas Venuto was the lone scorer for Mississauga (24-38-6). Spencer Marrtin stopped 35 of 39 shots. Custom Texas Rangers Jerseys. --- ICEDOGS 5 PETES 4 ST. CATHARINES, Ont. -- Eric Ming, Billy Jenkins and Graham Knott all scored in the shootout as Niagra edged Peterborough. Ming also scored in regulation for the IceDogs (24-35-9), while Jordan Maletta, Brendan Perlini and Johnny Corneil also had goals in regulation time. Brent Moran had 16 saves to earn the win in net. Anthony Stefano, Josh MacDonald, Eric Cornel and Hunter Garlent scored for the Petes (32-30-6) in the first three periods of play. Goalie Jason Da Silva stopped 34 shots. --- GREYHOUNDS 7 KNIGHTS 5 SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. -- Andrew Fritsch struck twice as the Greyhounds topped London. Bryan Moore, Dylan Corson and Blake Speers all had a goal and an assist for Sault Ste. Marie (44-17-6), while Michael Bunting and Tyler Hore also scored. Matt Rupert had a pair of goals for the Knights (49-14-5). Gemel Smith, Michael McCarron and Mitchell Marner chipped in as well. Jake Patterson stopped 27 of 33 shots. Brandon Halverson turned aside 33 shots for the win. --- WOLVES 2 GENERALS 1 OSHAWA, Ont. -- Connor Crisps power-play goal late in the third period was the winner as Sudbury rallied past the Generals. Dominik Kahun tied the game 1-1 for the Wolves (33-24-11) at the 11:50 mark of the third. Joe Manchurek scored early in the first period for Oshawa (42-20-6), while Ken Appleby stopped 30 shots. Sudburys Troy Timpano made 34 saves for the win. ' ' '

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