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Palm Beach Gardens, FL (SportsNetwork. Yasser Corona Jersey .com) - Tain Lee fired a 7-under 65 on Thursday and he grabbed a 1-stroke lead after the opening round of the Web.com Tour Qualifying Tournament. Lee, who played the Fazio Course at PGA National, has played five Web.com Tour events over the last three years, but has made the cut in just one of those five. Play rotates over the Champion Course and the Fazio Course at PGA National for the six-round tournament. The Champion Course hosts the PGA Tours Honda Classic each spring. Kyle Scott and Rick Cochran share second place at minus-6, and they both played the Fazio Course on Thursday. Ted Purdy and Rob Oppenheim stand at minus-6. Purdy posted a 66 on the Champions Course and Oppenheim carded a 67 at the Fazio Course. Matt Fast opened with a 4-under 67 on the Champions Course. He was joined at minus-4 by Justin Peters, Dustin Bray, Seamus Power, Cory Renfrew and Jhared Hack, who all shot 68 on the Fazio Course. Lee started the day on the back nine and he tripped to a bogey at the 10th. After five pars in a row, he atoned for that mistake with a birdie on the par-3 16th. After a pair of pars, Lee put together a scorching front nine. He birdied the first, but gave that right back as he bogeyed the second. Lee ran off seven consecutive birdies from the third to close out his round and soar into the lead. I did not play well in my practice sessions early in the week and todays warm-up was horrible, admitted Lee, who won the Jack Nicklaus award as the Division III golfer of the year in 2010. Its clearly a marathon and not a sprint, as everyone keeps saying. Scott started with birdies at the first and sixth. After dropping a shot on the ninth, Scott jumped up the leaderboard with five straight birdies from the 10th. After a pair of pars, Scott moved to 7-under with a birdie on the 17th, but he closed with a bogey at the last to end one back. Cochran, who is the nephew of PGA and Champions Tour winner Russ Cochran, birdied the fourth to go with five pars in his first six holes. He faltered to a bogey on the par-3 seventh, but that was his only dropped shot of the day. The 28-year-old posted three birdies in a 4-hole span from the ninth to climb to minus-3. After he parred the 13th and 14th, Cochran also birdied three of the last four holes to gain a piece of second place. NOTES: Lee was a four-time All-American golfer at Claremont McKenna College and he won the Division III Individual title in 2010 ... Cochran missed the cut in his lone Web.com Tour start, while Scott has never played a single event on the PGA or Web.com Tour. Eduardo Herrera Jersey . I kept my eyes focused up on the camera during each approach. I just tried to stay focused on my form, as I didnt know what the ball reaction was. I was quite emotional at the end. I did not actually see any of the shots in the game until I got home and watched the video. 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And what about the Habs? "I know Montreal wins a lot of Stanley Cups." Asked how much he weighed, Scherbak said he was 190 pounds. "But I havent eaten for two days, Im so nervous," he said to laughter. "Im sitting eating my fingers." The Russian, either six foot or 6-2 depending on who you believe, scored 28 goals and added 50 assists in his first year with the Blades to lead all WHL rookies. He also was named the Blades most valuable player and rookie of the year. "I think Im a good playmaker," he said. Habs GM Marc Bergevin marvelled at the Russians poise. "I saw somebody with a lot of personality. Hes got an appeal to him. Hes got confidence. Montreals a different market and from what weve seen so far we feel we could handle that." The Canadiens also have players who can mentor the young Russian in Alexei Emelin, Andrei Markov and Alex Galchenyuk. Asked how close Scherbak is to making the NHL, Bergevin gave the stock answer. "Thats going to be up to him," he said. As for his playing skills, Bergevin pointed to his speed, skating, vision and playmaking ability. "For us, hes a top talent," he said. "For whatever reason he was at 26 so we jumped on him." The GM acknowledged that he would have looked to move down the draft had the Russian been picked earlier. Scherbak said he came to Canada because he wanted to fulfil his dream and that of his family to play in the NHL. "I dont think about the KHL," he added. The language barrier wasnt easy. At first, he said all he could do was "just show." Then he learneed "easy words like cat, dog, like food, eat, sleep. Custom Mexico Jerseys. " A year on, he can chat away. "Thats pretty good," said one reporter. "I think so too," smiled Scherbak. "Maybe I learn French right now," he added. Reporters suddenly felt old when, asked who he looked up to in the NHL, Scherbak cited 21-year-old Edmonton Oilers forward Ryan Nugent-Hopkins. Earlier in the day, Montreal coach Michel Therrien acknowledged he has replayed the Eastern Conference final loss in his head. "Of course," he said at the draft. "if you look at the big picture, yes were happy about the progress we made. But at the same time, when youre two wins away from reaching the Stanley Cup final, yes youve got to be disappointed." The Canadiens have already made some decisions. Bergevin says free agents Thomas Vanek, defenceman Douglas Murray and tough guy George Parros wont be back. Talks continue with three other free agents: captain Brian Gionta, and defencemen Mike Weaver and Francis Bouillon. Markov and Therrien have both signed new deals. "Thats good news for us," Therrien said of Markov staying in the fold. "Hes an important player, hes a veteran. Hes got such an important role, so were all pleased hes back with us." Therrien agreed to a four-year contract extension earlier this month. The 50-year-old is in his second stint at the Habs helm. His record over the last two seasons is 75-42-13. Finding an assistant coach to replace Gerard Gallant, now head coach of the Florida Panthers, is also on the Habs to-do list. Defenceman P.K. Subbans contract is also a major issue. Bergevin says there has already been a meeting with Subbans agent. Asked about young goalie Dustin Tokarskis immediate future, Therrien said simply: "Well see at the (training) camp." Tokarski acquitted himself well in filling in for the injured Carey Price against the Rangers. Therrien made a point of praising backup Peter Budaj, who was ignored in favour of Tokarski. "Peter is one of the best backups in the NHL. So I have a lot of respect for Peter Budaj." Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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