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FORSYTH, Ill. -- Clariss Guce moved into position to earn an LPGA Tour card for next season, winning the Decatur-Forsyth Classic on Sunday for her second Symetra Tour title of the year.The 26-year-old former Cal State Northridge player closed with a 1-under 71 for a two-stroke victory.Anytime you win, it feels great, said Guce, who moved to California with her family from the Philippines in 2001. Every win is special and Im just overjoyed.She finished at 10-under 206 and earned $19,500 to jump from 12th to seventh on the money list with $56,656. The top 10 after the final seven events will earn LPGA Tour cards.There is still a lot more golf, and anything can still happen, said Guce, also the winner last month in Rochester, New York. Just like in Rochester, I went from 84th to 12th, so you just never know.Guce birdied the par-5 sixth and 14th and bogeyed the par-4 12th in the final round.She was doused with water again by her crew of rookie friends -- Kristin Coleman, Jenny Coleman, Mallory Kent and Dana Finkelstein -- as soon as she came off the 18th green.I knew I was going to get soaked, Guce said. I saw them walking around with a lot of bottles of water, and I was thinking dont screw it up and just two-putt.Jackie Stoelting and Laura Gonzalez Escallon tied for second. Escallon had a 67, and Stoelting shot 70. Stoelting also has two victories this year.Nelly Korda (71), Erica Popson (72) and Wichanee Meechai (67) tied for fourth at 7 under, and Kendall Dye (72) was another stroke back, along with Brittany Marchand (67) and Pavarisa Yoktuan (72). Air Max 97 Vapormax Sale . Then the Pacers gave Oladipo and his Orlando teammates the cold shoulder. 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The visitors took a deserved lead in the 16th minute with midfielder Yohan Cabaye curling the ball beyond Adrian from inside the penalty area. Just because Wayne Gretzky laced up his skates in an alumni game over the weekend doesnt mean the NHL is back to the 1980s.It just feels like it.Goals are coming fast and furious through the first two weeks of the season, with scoring at a pace that hasnt been seen in over a decade. Players are scoring an average of 5.98 goals a game, a far cry from the offense-happy days of Gretzky but an increase so far from every other year since 2005-06 when new rules were designed to boost scoring.An influx of young players, the preseason World Cup of Hockey and more backup goaltenders playing because of injuries have kept red lights flashing around the league.Overall, the game is going younger, faster, more skill, so I think everything kind of combines and goes into it, Arizona Coyotes winger Radim Vrbata said. I think the penalties are called more now than late in the season last year. Thats normal, so you probably have more power-play goals. And you have all the guys who played at the World Cup, theyre in their midseason form already where normally it would take them a couple games to get going.The NHL, hoping to keep its fans entertained, has tried many things to get scoring up, from shrinking goaltending equipment to adopting 3-on-3 overtime. Yet goals have hovered around 5.3 per game over the past five years.The jump early this season has as much to do with young talent like Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid and Toronto Maple Leafs rookie Auston Matthews as anything else.McDavid and Matthews lead a wave of 16 teenagers in the NHL right now, players who dazzle with flashy moves and who sometimes arent afraid to take a risk and maybe turn the puck over. As hockey trends more toward speed and skill, the game becomes more unpredictable and coaches gain more gray hair.You have more skill players in the league, too, so theyre not as conscious with puck management, Washington Capitals coach Barry Trotz said. You talk to the coaches probably around the league that might be as much as anything, and (players are) finding the back of the net on those.Coyotes coach Dave Tippett joked that its a Team North America mentality, referencing the 23-and-under World Cup group that thrived playing end-to-end, fast-paced games and scored at a blistering pace. Beyond just Team North Ammerica, the World Cup got many of the leagues elite up to speed to start the year, and Philadelphia forward Pierre-Edouard Bellemare believes he and the other 168 players who took part are already in December form.ddddddddddddIt definitely helps, Flyers teammate Sean Couturier said. I think guys have been in game situations at such a high pace, high level for a month and a half before the season actually started.Eight of the top nine scorers so far this season played in the World Cup, and surprise standout Richard Panik benefited from so many Chicago Blackhawks players being away by making the most of extra ice time in preseason. The Blackhawks are also doing their part to contribute to the goal fest by allowing a league-high 14 of the 138 power-play goals scored through Wednesday.Carolina Hurricanes coach Bill Peters thinks power-play units are ahead of penalty kills and that five-on-five play is looser than usual.Loose play plus a lot of backup goaltenders in the nets is a recipe for offense. Through 97 games, 61 different goalies have started at least once, compared with 85 in 1,230 games last season.Thats in part a product of injuries to starters like the Los Angeles Kings Jonathan Quick, Boston Bruins Tuukka Rask and Arizonas Mike Smith and also the compressed schedule forced because of the World Cup. Each team will have a five-day bye week in January or February.Im sure because we have a lot of back to backs and we have the bye week -- the games are probably compressed a little bit more together than its been in the last (few) years, Capitals backup goalie Philipp Grubauer said. If youre good and play good and get the right numbers and win the games, Im sure (backups) will get a few more starts.Backups will continue to play, but many around the NHL expect production to slide back to normal as the season wears on. So enjoy the throwback scoring while it lasts.I think things will tighten up as we go, Peters said. 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