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VANCOUVER - The Vancouver Canucks have assigned centre Bo Horvat to the Utica Comets of the American Hockey League on a conditioning assignment.Horvat, 19, had one goal in five pre-season games with the Canucks. Last season he appeared in 54 games for the OHL London Knights collecting a career-high 74 points (30 goals, 44 assists) and 36 penalty minutes.The six-foot-one, 216-pound centre was originally selected by Vancouver ninth overall in the 2013 NHL draft. Sadio Mane Liverpool Jersey .com) - Jimmy Butler made four key free throws down the stretch to lift the Chicago Bulls over the Boston Celtics, 109-102, on Friday. Rafael Camacho Liverpool Jersey . Orlov, who scored two goals in the game, was assessed a major penalty for boarding on the play. 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He had a 4-under 67 on Saturday in the Frys.com Open for a two-shot lead over George McNeil and Jason Kokrak going into the final round at CordeValle. Koepka has won in Spain and Portugal, Italy and Scotland. The 23-year-old Floridian started the year with no status on any tour, and since then has earned membership on the Challenge Tour and European Tour. A victory Sunday would give him a two-year exemption on the PGA Tour and keep him from having to reload the pages in his passport. "Feels the same," he said. "Its all how much pressure you put on yourself. Obviously, I think there may be some people that dont think I can handle it on Sunday, just for the fact that Ive never been sitting in this position. Just got to take it as it comes and just be relaxed about it. Im pretty chill, so nothing really bothers me." A warm afternoon ideal for scoring could have unsettled him. Kokrak holed out for eagle from 129 yards in the first fairway. Koepka rolled in a 15-foot birdie putt. Robert Garrigus dropped a shot into 4 feet on the second hole. Koepka matched him with an 18-foot birdie. He wound up at 15-under 198, one round away from earning membership on three tours in one year -- not to mention a trip to the Masters. "The Challenge Tour prepared me pretty well," Koepka said. "Learning how to win is a big deal." McNeill made 10 birdies in his round of 62 that put him in the last group with Koepka. McNeill is a two-time winner on the PGA Tour. He has never played in the Masters because both wins were opposite-field events that didnt award full FedEx Cup points. "Im going for the record to win the most times without qualifying," McNeill said. Thats no longer the case. The Frys.com Open is the first event on the 2013-14 PGA Tour schedule, which has gone to a wraparound season for the first time in history. Its the start of the FedEx Cup season, offering full points, meaning the winner goes to Augusta National. Brantford, Ont., native David Hearn shot a 6 under and finished the day tied for 30th place, while Mike Weir of Brights Grove, Ont., shot a 2 under for a share of 60th place. Kokrak nearly ended his day the way it started when his wedge spun back toward the hole. He settled for a short birdie putt and a 68 that put him in the last group with Koepka and McNeill.dddddddddddd Jimmy Walker also had a 62 and was three shots behind with Robert Garrigus (68) and Vijay Singh, the 50-year-old Fijian making his first PGA Tour start in nearly two months. Singh hit driver on the par-4 17th hole up the back of the green, back down the slope to about 2 feet for an eagle. That carried him to a 65. Singh last season failed to finish in the top 125 on the money list for the first time in his career. He missed the cut in six of his last 11 tournaments since filing a lawsuit against the PGA Tour for the way it investigated his admission that he used deer antler spray, which was said to contain a banned substance. Ryo Ishikawa also holed out from the fairway at No. 10 and had a 67. He was among those five shots behind, still in the mix but needing something low to have any chance the way the leaders are playing. "I dont think you can play overly aggressive," Koepka said. "You cant play not to lose, either. Its conservatively aggressive." Whatever its called, it worked. The average score was 68.8, and Koepka had one of the 24 rounds at 67 or better. Only six players were over par, led by Camilo Villegas with a 77 that dropped him out of contention. It could have been worse for the Colombian. He tried playing a shot from the water in front of the ninth green, and the ball hit off the bank and nearly struck him. Koepka had no such trouble. He made bogeys on the sixth and 14th hole, but otherwise was giving himself plenty of looks at birdie. He said he has won all his Challenge Tour events from the lead. Koepka will be paired with McNeil, a pair of Florida State alums. It was last year when McNeill called Koepka to answer any questions he had about qualifying for the U.S. Open. "We just had a nice talk," McNeill said. "Honestly, Ive never met him. Never seen him in person. I would like to." And he will, in the final round of the first PGA Tour event of the season with plenty at stake. DIVOTS: Because 81 players made the cut, there was a 54-hole cut. Among those who wont return on Sunday were Geoff Ogilvy, Justin Leonard, Tim Clark and Justin Thomas, who was making his first PGA Tour start as a pro. Thomas still earned his first PGA Tour check worth $9,600. ... Hideki Matsuyama had a 68 and was six shots out of the lead, and one shot behind Ishikawa. ... Since the Frys.com Open moved to CordeValle, Rocco Mediate is the only player who converted a 54-hole lead into the win. player who converted a 54-hole lead into the win. ' ' '

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