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SOCHI, Russia -- Canadian skip Jennifer Jones won Olympic gold Thursday, defeating Sweden 6-3 to complete her curling trophy case with an unbeaten run on the sports biggest stage. A steal of two in the ninth sealed the win over Swedish skip Margaretha Sigfridsson, who throws lead stones but calls the shots as skip. Jones has now added Olympic gold to the world championship she won in 2008 as well as four Canadian crowns. In the process, she has matched Canadian skip Kevin Martins feat of winning the Olympic crown with a perfect record. Its Canadas second womens curling gold. The late Sandra Schmirler won the first in Nagano, Japan, in 1998. Britains Eve Muirhead, the 2013 world champion, defeated Switzerlands Mirjam Ott 6-5 for the bronze medal earlier in the day. Team Canada coach Mike Babcock was in the stands to witness the Canadian win, as were several members of the Swedish hockey team. No Canada womens team has even won a world championship since Jones rink, without third Kaitlyn Lawes, claimed the crown in 2008. Jones beat Sigfridssons route in the round-robin en route to that title. Jones, Lawes, second Jill Officer and lead Dawn McEwen dispatched Muirhead in the semifinal after going 9-0 in the round-robin. Canada downed Sweden 9-3 on the second day of the Olympic curling competition, with the Swedes shaking hands with two ends left. It was a tough start for Officer and Lawes, who thumped her broom in disgust at one point. Jones, who opened with hammer, had to take one in the first end after some aggressive curling by the Swedes had the Canadian skip holding last rock with three Swedish stones in the house. Jones hit and stuck for the single. The Swedes tied it up, escaping with a single from a crowded house in the second. Lawes doubled off two Swedish rocks as the third was blanked. Canada capitalized in the fourth when Swedens Maria Prytz -- throwing fourth -- jammed on a double attempt with last rock and Jones drew for a deuce and a 3-1 lead. With Lawes and Officer struggling and Sweden holding hammer, Jones faced a house with three Swedish rocks counting as she threw her last stone. She hit and stuck, but leaving Sweden shot rock. Prytz tried to remove Canadian rocks for a big score but had to settle for two and a 3-3 tie. The sixth and seventh were blanked as the Swedes put rocks in the house and Canada cleaned them out. In the eighth, there was more action in the house. After freezes by Canada and Sweden, each team had a rock around the same distance from the button. Jones tried to draw for a possible two, happy to nudge the Swedish rock out of the way, but was short and Canada had to settle for one after a measurement. The Swedes went down 4-3 but high-fived because they had hammer. Jones nailed a pressure draw with her last rock of the ninth. That piled the pressure on Prytz, given the plethora of Canadian rocks in the house. The Swede wrecked her shot and Canada stole two. Prytz looked to the skies, as if wondering what she had to deserve such a fate. The Swedes have a rich history in curling at the Olympics, winning gold in 2006 and 2010 (via Anette Norberg) and bronze in 1998 (Elisabet Gustafson). Sigfridsson has lost four world championship finals: as third in 2002, lead in 2009 and as skip with her current team in 2012 and 2013. Jaire Alexander Packers Jersey . HABS HEADED TO CONFERENCE FINAL The Montreal Canadiens scored early in Game Seven, built a lead and protected it well on their way to a 3-1 series-clinching win over the Boston Bruins. While this game or series isnt necessarily a referendum on the value of fourth lines, the Canadiens certainly benefitted from production lower down their forward depth chart. Oren Burks Jersey . 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Custom Green Bay Packers Jerseys . - The New Orleans Saints have re-signed receiver Joseph Morgan for one year and have agreed to a four-year deal with free agent fullback Erik Lorig.Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn took control for Dallas, Phil Kessel led the Leafs, Henrik Lundqvist was lit up again, Alex Ovechkin with a strong game and more in todays Statistically Speaking. STARS’ SEGUIN, BENN TOO MUCH FOR BLUE JACKETS Stars C Tyler Seguin had a hat trick and LW Jamie Benn had a goal and three assists as the Stars doubled-up Columbus 4-2. Seguin and D Trevor Daley tied for the Stars’ team lead with nine shot attempts. Seguin had a strong possession game, especially when he was matched against Blue Jackets D Jack Johnson, generating 17 shots for and five against (77.3%) when matched head-to-head against Johnson at even strength. Johnson did assist on both Columbus goals, however, contributing to the first two goals of the season by C Ryan Johansen. With RW Valeri Nichushkin having a hip flexor checked out, Colton Sceviour moved up to play right wing with the Stars’ top scorers and contributed an assist. More: In addition to being part of all of Dallas’ goals, Benn fought with Blue Jackets LW Nick Foligno late in the second period…Blue Jackets LW Scott Hartnell was a minus-4, despite positive (14 shot attempts for, 13 against) possession stats…Blue Jackets rookie RW Marko Dano took some lumps (3 shot attempts for, 14 against, 17.7%)…Blue Jackets rookie RW Alexander Wennberg generated a team-leading eight shot attempts (6 SOG). KESSEL LIFTS LEAFS TO OT WIN Maple Leafs RW Phil Kessel scored in overtime to give Toronto a 3-2 win over Colorado. Kessel also added an assist and registered six shots on goal. Avalanche RW Jarome Iginla had a pair of assists and dropped the gloves to go with former Flames teammate Dion Phaneuf, but linesmen intervened before they could engage. Second-year Avalanche C Nathan MacKinnon played 13:20, his lowest time on ice since the 10th game of his rookie season. Toronto’s second line of LW Joffrey Lupul, C Nazem Kadri and RW Daniel Winnik posted the team’s best possession stats, with all three over 65%. More: Maple Leafs D Cody Franson had 11 shot attempts (7 SOG)…Maple Leafs C Tyler Bozak had two assists…All three on Toronto’s fourth line – Richard Panik, Peter Holland and Brandon Kozun – played less than six minutes…Maple Leafs G James Reimer stopped 22 of 24 shots for the win…Maple Leafs D Jake Gardiner was a healthy scratch for the second consecutive game. Seriously. ISLANDERS TAKE MANHATTAN Jaroslav Halak stopped 40 of 43 shots as the New York Islanders won 6-3 over the Rangers at Madison Square Garden. It was the second straight game in which Rangers G Henrik Lundqvist allowed six goals, the first time since December 16 and 23, 2006 that he allowed a dozen goals in back-to-back games. He did, however, allow 10 goals in 89:19 during his third and fourth games of the 2013-2014 season. Islanders C John Tavares and RW Kyle Okposo each had a goal and an assist. Okposo led the Isles with eight shot attempts (5 SOG). A day after becoming a father, Rangers LW Rick Nash scored a pair of goals, though he had the Blueshirts’ worst possession stats (8 shot attempts for, 15 against, 34.8%). More: Islanders C Mikhail Grabovski had a goal and an assist while RW Ryan Strome had a couple of assissts…In his first game for the Rangers, LW Ryan Malone had five hits and fared well in 5-on-5 shot differential (14 for, 3 against, 82.6%). DUCKS FLYING Ducks rookie C William Karlsson scored the shootout winner, one night after scoring his first two NHL goals, as Anaheim won 4-3 in a shootout at Philadelphia. Joining Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry on Anaheim’s top line, LW Matt Beleskey scored a goal, registered seven shot attempts (5 SOG) and had eight hits in 17:16 of ice time. 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More: Hurricanes D Andrej Sekera left the game with an upper body injury after slamming into the end boards…As if the Hurricanes needed another significant injury… For the second straight game, Sabres D Josh Gorges had a team-leading eight shot attempts, but had six blocked. CAMMALLERI LEADS DEVILS Devils LW Mike Cammalleri scored the game-winning goal and assisted on another in New Jersey’s 2-1 win at Tampa Bay. One night after a dominating display against Montreal, Tampa Bay’s Steven Stamkos was locked down by the Devils, finding it difficult to create any chances when matched against New Jersey’s top line of Cammalleri, C Travis Zajac and RW Jaromir Jagr, managing two shot attempts for and 10 against when Zajac and Jagr were on the ice at even strength. New Jersey had four players with more shot attempts than Cammalleri’s four, and all four were defencemen – Damon Severson (6), Marek Zidlicky (6), Eric Gelinas (5) and Bryce Salvador (5). 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