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|EDMONTON -- Cristie Kerr grabbed a share of the lead Friday at the Canadian Womens Open, duelling co-leader Inbee Park almost shot for shot while overcoming the errant slam of a porta-potty door. J.J. Hardy Jersey . Kerr shot a four-under 66 for a second consecutive day, while Park carded a five-under 65, leaving both tied for top spot after two rounds at the Royal Mayfair Golf Club. Both were 8-under 132 in a day of golf under slightly overcast skies with gentle winds. Kerr, who won the Canadian Open in 2006, said its a challenging course. "Its a course where you have to really shape the ball off the tee and be creative," said the 35-year-old American. "I played very well the last couple of days. Its unfortunate I bogeyed the last hole today, but thats what happens when you hit an errant shot and have to chip out to a difficult pin." Making par on the par-4 final hole became a longshot for Kerr when she drilled her tee shot into the left rough. But a bad hole almost became disastrous when the swing on her approach shot was interrupted by the ka-thwam of a nearby spring-loaded portable toilet door. "I mean, (the noise) really scared me," she said. "I could have hooked (the ball) in the water." Kerr was in the same group as Park, the top-ranked player in the world. The 25-year-old South Korean has won six tournaments on the LPGA tour this year, including three majors. Earlier this month, the pressure was on when she had a chance at the Womens British Open to become the first golfer to win four majors in a tournament year. She said the nerves got to her a bit on the Old Course at St. Andrews, and she ended up tied for 42nd. Park said the time off since then has helped her game in Edmonton. "I worked on a couple of things after that because I wasnt hitting it my best at the British Open. Im obviously hitting it a lot better this week and putting a lot better," she said. "On the greens, I was really comfortable because theyre so pure wherever you hit it, its just going to go right there." Park followed up five birdies in the first round on Thursday with seven on Friday. Karine Icher of France logged a four-under 66 to finish tied with American Angela Stanford at one shot back heading into weekend play for the US$2-million purse. "Good putting made the difference today," said Icher, a 34-year-old seeking her first win on the tour. "The course is quite hard, (with) tricky fairways and big rough, so Im looking to get some good drives and putts on the weekend." Lydia Ko, the defending tournament champion, came into Friday tied for first, but finished the day with Laura Davies and Paula Creamer two shots off the pace. Ko shot a lights out five-under 65 in the first round, but managed only a one-under 69 Friday. "Ive just got to play my own game and hopefully get some more putts rolling in," said the 16-year-old from New Zealand. Englands Charley Hull, one of the stars of last weekends European win over the Americans at the Solheim Cup, continued her stellar play. The 17-year-old from carded a four-under 66 to vault from 20th spot into a four-way tie with Americans Kathleen Ekey, Stacy Prammanasudh and South Koreas Hee Young Park, at three shots back. "I played pretty solid. I wasnt hitting that good today on the front nine with my tee shots because I felt a little tired out there," said Hull. "The back nine I got something going, holed a few putts and Im pretty pleased with that." Ekey had the best score of the day with a six-under 64, including an eagle on the par-four first hole. A few of the big names fell by the wayside on cut day. Stacy Lewis, No. 2 in the world rankings, saw her game blow up in the first round on Thursday. She finished four over par 74 with seven bogeys. Lewis, from Texas, said she was mentally tired and exhausted from the Solheim Cup loss, and withdrew prior to the start of the second round. High profile American Michelle Wie said illness played a part in her poor play. The 23-year-old from Honolulu was six-over 76 Friday for a two-day total of nine-over 149. She said she, too, was hurting from the quick Solheim turnaround. "Im completely under the weather. I was struggling today, just could not get out of bed. I just felt really sick today, though that is no excuse," said Wie. "Im going to take advantage of the two days Im not playing, and just not leave my bed and just kind of sleep for 40 hours straight." Jennifer Kirby, the top Canadian from the first day, couldnt keep the momentum going. Kirby, from Paris, Ont., began the day tied for sixth, but four bogeys and two double bogeys dropped her to a six-over 76, missing the cut. "Because I did play really well yesterday and there was a lot of people following our group and stuff like that, I just felt a little uneasy at the beginning," said Kirby. "I was a little bit nervous and then it was hard to shake after I made a couple of bogeys." "The top Canadian heading into weekend play will be Samantha Richdale of Kelowna B.C. She was even par both days to sit eight behind the leaders. Jessica Shepley of Oakville Ont., sits nine behind. The other 18 Canadians in the field, including Lorie Kane of Charlottetown, missed the cut. Ubaldo Jimenez Jersey . They find themselves trying to knock each other out in the Western Conference finals for the second straight year. The Blackhawks prevailed last year on their way to the Stanley Cup, and they have the early lead this time after taking the opener, 3-1. Cal Ripken Jersey . Granlund scored 2:04 into the first period. Max Reinhart, on his first NHL shift of the season, neatly stripped the puck from Zack Smith at the Senators blue-line. As he moved in, his attempted shot deflected into the slot where Granlund buried a shot past Craig Anderson. http://www.oriolesapparelsshop.com/adam-jones-jersey-c-6/ .L. - Defending womens champion Alberta improved to 3-0 at the Canadian junior curling championships with a 10-3 win over Ontario in Sundays afternoon draw.With the NHL Draft coming up on June 27 and free agency opening on July 1, discussions between NHL general managers are heating up towards a busy off-season. Each day, TSN.ca provides the latest rumours, reports and speculation from around the NHL beat. Double Coverage New Calgary Flames GM Brad Treliving is sitting pretty comfortably heading into Fridays NHL Draft. Holding the fourth overall pick, Treliving is confident he can improve his club one way or another - be it by selecting fourth or making a bold move. Treliving told the Calgary Herald Sunday that he likes his options in both scenarios. "Well look at anything. Moving up . . . again, what does it cost you? Does it make sense? . . . Whoever shakes out at four is going to be a good player," he told the Heralds Kristen Odland. "But you also cant be fearful of making a big move because you think it may turn out wrong," he added. "If you think it makes sense, you do it. You dont do it because, What if it goes wrong? You do have to have courage to do things." Back to Backstrom Teams in need of a veteran presence in net may have something to talk about with Minnesota Wild GM Chuck Fletcher. Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune wrrites that Fletcher "may be willing to retain salary and cap space to trade goalie Niklas Backstrom, who is recovering well from season-ending abdominal and hip surgeries. Joey Rickard Jersey. " Along with centre Kyle Brodziak, Fletcher may be a prime candidate to make some moves leading up to, or on Draft Day itself. But Fletcher admits that its tough to get things done before hitting the draft floor. "Everyone calls everybody," Fletcher told Russo. "You dont see a whole bunch of trades the week prior to the draft. Its all about trying to figure out who your likely dance partners can be the week at the draft. Itll take a move or two to get the ball rolling, and then theres usually a domino-type effect. Were not there yet." Crow Nesting Marc Crawfords name has popped up as several teams have filled or are looking to fill coaching vacancies early in the off-season. It appears, though, that you can scratch his name off any and all candidates lists as he will be heading back to Switzerland for the 2014-15 season. Crawford is going to remain as head coach of the ZSC Lions of Swiss Elite League, the team announced via Twitter on Sunday. 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