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MONTREAL -- It was almost as if Jim Furyk, Graham DeLaet and Matt Kuchar were a team when they went on a birdie spree in the second round of the US$5.7 million RBC Canadian Open on Friday. The threesome were all smiles after they combined for 22 birdies (and only three bogeys), while Furyk and DeLaet tied the course record with 63s in near-perfect scoring conditions at Royal Montreals usually daunting Blue course. Furyk, who birdied four straight holes early in his round, emerged with a share of the tournament lead at 10-under 130 with veteran Tim Petrovic, who shot 66. Weyburn, Sask., native DeLaet in was in a tie for third at 8-under 132 with Kyle Stanley, who had 67. "Theyre fun to play golf with," Furyk said of DeLaet and Kuchar. "We chatted a lot out there. "And then to have everyone play well, youre seeing birdie putts going in, its a lot of fun. And I think you can feed off that a little bit. Those guys are making birdies, you feel like putts are going in, its a good vibe." In a way they are a team. They are among the 10 PGA Tour players sponsored by RBC that includes Graeme McDowell, who had five birdies of his own for a 65 to sit at 7-under 133 along with Justin Hicks (67), Scott Brown (66) and Andrew Svoboda (66). Kuchars 65 put him in a group at 6-under 134 that included first-round co-leader Michael Putnam, who shot 70. The entire RBC-sponsored crew plays the Canadian Open, which many top stars skipped to rest up after last weeks British Open at Royal Liverpool. The 44-year-old Furyk had extra motivation. He won the event back-to-back in 2006 and 2007. One more win would put him in a tie for the second-most Canadian Open titles with Tommy Armour, Sam Snead and Lee Trevino. Leo Diegel won four in the 1920s. "Winning any event is special," said Furyk, who has 16 career victories. "Ive had a lot of success (in Canada) and really a lot of support here. "But were only at the halfway point." Furyk came into the tournament off a sizzling 65 at Royal Liverpool on Sunday that got him fourth place in the British Open. He hopped on a charter after that round to get to the Canadian Open in time to readjust to the Eastern time zone and get reacquainted with the course, which he played while on the U.S. team that defeated the Internationals at the 2007 Presidents Cup. With the fairways and greens softened by heavy rain on Wednesday, Royal Montreal was ready to be taken. "The golf course is soft and receptive, and they have it set up where we can attack and fire at pins, so scores are going to be good," he said. "It would be a totally different scenario if these greens were firm." DeLaet isnt short of motivation either. Canadas top-ranked player at No. 31 in FedEx Cup standings is seeking his first PGA Tour win and would like nothing more than to become the first home grown player to win the Canadian Open since Pat Fletcher in 1954. He started the second round at 1-under, then posted five birdies on the first eight holes and nine on the day to go with a pair of bogeys. "I felt I was in control of my game all day, with a couple of little hiccups," the 32-year-old said. "I mean, all three of us played great. "I never saw so many putts rolling in. It was a lot of fun. We were feeding off each other. When you see putts rolling in from everywhere like it was in our group, you just feel like puttings easy or something and you just start holing them." Tying the course record was a particular thrill for the Canadian. It was set in the second round the last time the Canadian Open was played at Royal Montreal in 2001 by David Morland and Scott Verplank, the tournament winner. "To share a course record here is pretty special and to have two guys in one group do it is pretty amazing," said DeLaet. Petrovic has been a surprise. The 47-year-old was on a family vacation when he got the call on Tuesday that he was in the Canadian Open as the seventh alternate when another player withdrew. He arrived the next day and barely had time to look at the course. Then he opened with a six-under 64 and followed with a 66 to take a share of the lead. I have been hitting the ball really well for about the last three weeks," said Petrovic, who missed the cut at his last five tournaments. "Ive seen signs of some good rounds coming. "Am I surprised? Maybe a little." The cut was set at even-par 140 and 73 players made it, including six of the 19 Canadians in the field: DeLaet, David Hearn of Brampton, Ont at 3-under 137 after a 70, Adam Hadwin of Moose Jaw, Sask. at 1-under 139 from a 69, and Mike Weir of Brights Grove, Ont. (70), Brad Fritsch of Ottawa (6Cool and amateur Taylor Pendrith of Richmond Hills, Ont. (75), all at even-par 70. It was a rough day for Pendrith, who stole the show in Thursdays opening round with a 65. The 23-year-old gave back all his strokes by shooting five over par. "It was a disappointing round," said Pendrith, who had a double bogey, four bogeys and only one birdie. "To play well yesterday and come out and not play my best, I didnt hit many greens -- only six -- and didnt give myself too many chances for birdies. "My short game was pretty good -- I had a few nice saves -- so I cant be too disappointed about that. The ball striking was off today." Thomas Meunier Jersey. - Loosening up for their first training camp practice, the Miami Dolphins high-stepped sideways up and down the field while House of Pains song "Jump Around" blared on the loudspeakers. Jean-Kevin Augustin Paris Saint-Germain Jersey. This time, it was Eric Chavezs turn. Stuck in a rut since coming off the disabled list, Chavez hit the first pitch he saw in the ninth inning for a run-scoring single, sending the Diamondbacks to another walk-off victory, 4-3 over the San Francisco Giants on Saturday night. http://www.psgsoccershop.com/c-7-marquinhos-paris-saint-germain-fc-jersey.aspx. - The Kansas City Royals are hoping All-Star catcher Salvador Perez will be back in a few days. Lucas Jersey. “Momentum is only as good as the next days starter,” the long-time Baltimore Orioles manager famously quipped. Adrien Rabiot Jersey. Heck, we might just miss the BCS. Maybe? It sort of worked out this season. Top-ranked Florida State (13-0) was the only team to get through the regular season unbeaten, and the Seminoles did it in dominating fashion. MONTREAL -- Thousands of hockey fans jammed into downtown Montreal on Wednesday night after the Canadiens clinched their playoff series against the arch-enemy Boston Bruins to move closer to their first Stanley Cup in more than 20 years. Droves emerged from downtown bars, while many of the 21,000 people who packed the Bell Centre to watch the Habs 3-1 victory over the Bruins on giant screens also hit the streets. As the game played in Boston came to an end, even Montreal police officers stationed on Ste-Catherine Street pumped their fists in celebratory manner. Outside the Bell Centre after the game, someone put a Bruins jersey on a hockey stick and set it on fire as people began stomping on it. Riot police intervened immediately and hauled it away while a raucous crowd continued cheering and screaming, "We Want the Cup." Some fans set off fireworks in what initially looked like peaceful celebrations. Police reported fewer than 10 arrests, mostly for mischief, less than an hour after the game had ended. Many fans stood on other peoples shoulders and chanted the names of their hockey heroes as police guarded the stores on Ste-Catherine. The victory sent Montreal -- the only Canadian team to make the NHL playoffs this year -- into the Eastern Conference final against the New York Rangers in a series that begins Saturday afternoon. The Canadiens are looking for their first Stanley Cup since 1993. Prime Minister Stephen Harper hailed Montreals victory with a tweet: "Great to see a Canadian team finally take out the Bruins in a game 7."t; Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau tweeted, "Bravo les boys!" The Bell Centre was a sea of red, white and blue during the decisive match as fans took advantage of $10 tickets to watch the game 500 kilometres away.dddddddddddd Some of the proceeds were destined for a Canadiens charity fund for children. There were reports of people selling tickets for $50 in the hours leading up to the game. Mario Trudelle attended the game with his wife, their two children and three other kids. Everyone in the gang was wearing a Canadiens top except one young Bruins fan. "We accept everybody," said Trudelle, who predicted a 4-2 Montreal victory. Team spokesman Donald Beauchamp said the 21,000-odd tickets sold out in two hours. Police were hoping the event wouldnt turn into a repeat of 2010 after fans at the Bell Centre watched the Canadiens eliminate the Penguins in a game played in Pittsburgh. Mayhem ensued in downtown Montreal, with store windows smashed and rioters clashing with police. Police have beefed up their playoff presence in recent years and always have a strong visibility downtown before and after games, particularly for series-deciding matchups. A team spokeswoman confirmed that alcohol would be sold at the Bell Centre on Wednesday night Beauchamp said authorities have done a good job "as far as prevention with what happens post-Canadiens games." "What happened in the past was not necessarily people who were at the venue," he said. "It was people who were not necessarily in the building." Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '
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