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SOCHI, Russia -- Canadian women have done it again. Stitched Mariners Jerseys . Marielle Thompson of Whistler, B.C won a gold medal and Kelsey Serwa of Kelowna, B.C., captured a silver medal in womens ski cross Friday at the Sochi Winter Games. The final pitted the four fastest women in qualifying. Thompson, ranked third, took an early lead against the first-ranked Serwa and never let it slip. Both crossed the finish line ahead of bronze medallist Anna Holmund of Sweden. Thompson and Serwa were among the medal favourites entering the event, with Thompson winning two World Cup races this season and Serwa collecting a World Cup win on the same course last year. Georgia Simmerling of West Vancouver, B.C., was eighth in the seeding run and won her opening heat, but crashed in the quarterfinals and left the course in obvious discomfort. The 1-2 finish allowed Canada to bookend gold-silver performances in Olympic freestyle skiing. Freestyle opened on Feb. 8 with Montreal sisters Justine and Chloe Dufour-Lapointe finishing 1-2 in womens moguls. Canadians also finished 1-2 in the mens moguls two days later, with Alex Bilodeau of Rosemere, Que., winning the gold medal and Mikael Kingsbury of Deux-Montagnes, Que., taking the silver. The two medals Friday, which came a day after Canadian women won gold medals in hockey and curling, propelled Canada into second place on medal table with a total of 22 -- eight gold, 10 silver and four bronze. Fake Mariners Jerseys . Scheffler told The Associated Press on Wednesday he made the choice because he had three concussions over the past four years. Mariners Jerseys China . Louis, MO (SportsNetwork. https://www.cheapmariners.com/ . 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The second period started with Brandon Dubinsky taking a holding penalty behind the Jets net, sending the Jets to their third power play of the night, and that is where it all started to go south for the Jets. A shorthanded goal by Mark Letestu tied the game, it was the sixth power play goal against the Jets have allowed this season. The goal came 36 seconds into the period, nine seconds after the penalty. At 4:15 Cam Atkinson made it 2-1, 8:26 Nick Foligno made it 3-1, and at 9:07 Boone Jenner scored on a penalty shot to make it 4-1, beating Ondrej Pavelec low blocker. Toby Enstrom at 11:55 with his fifth of the year made it 4-2, the assist to Little. Shots in the second were an even 12-12. The Jets started the third with urgency and created a number of chances but Jenners second of the night from right in front made it 5-2. The Jets again cut into the lead with LLittle scoring his 15th, snapping an 11-game goalless drought. Custom Seattle Mariners Jerseys. It was a power play goal with Andrew Ladd and Dustin Byfuglien picking up the assists. The Jets have now scored 23 power play goals on the season, Byfuglien has scored five and assisted on 12 others. Byfuglien has six points in his last five games. Any chance of a comeback ended with Letestu scoring his second of the game at 11:14. Final shots were 31-26 Jets. Byfuglien played 17:31 on the right wide with Ladd and Little, had two shots on goal and three hits. Jacob Trouba led the way in ice time with 22:29, Enstrom led the way in shots with five. The frustration was evident everywhere at the MTS Centre, from the bench, to the dressing room, to the fans, to Coach Claude Noels post-game news conference. "That was a tough one," Noel told TSN. "I thought in the first we played with some energy. We accomplished what we tried to do." "Even at 1-1 we had opportunities but missed some great chances. That would have really helped us, but the game certainly unraveled in the second period on mistakes that were stuff that Ive never seen before. Some of the stuff we saw was a little wild, some of the breakdowns weve never done this stuff all year." The game ended a stretch of six straight against Eastern Conference teams. It was the Blue Jackets first regular season game in Winnipeg, leaving Vancouver as the last NHL team yet to play at MTS Centre. The Phoenix Coyotes will be the visitors Monday as the Jets end a three game home stand (TSN Jets, TSN 1290). ' ' '