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Acadie-Bathurst went 2 for 5 on the power play as the Islanders went 1 for 6. --- MOOSEHEADS 7 SEA DOGS 2 HALIFAX -- Jonathan Drouin and Philippe Gadoury each had two goals and an assist as the Mooseheads toppled Saint John for their 12th win in a row. Bradnon Vuic, Nikolaj Ehlers and Brendan Duke also scored for Halifax (46-18-3) while MacKenzie Weegar tacked on three assists. Jurij Repe and Nicolas Hebert supplied the scoring for the Sea Dogs (19-43-5), who are on a six-game slide and out of contention for a playoff position. Zachary Fucale stopped all 11 shots he faced through two periods of play for the Mooseheads before giving way to Kevin Darveau, who stopped 10-of-12 shots in relief. Saint Johns Sebastien Auger made 35 saves in defeat. --- SCREAMING EAGLES 4 WILDCATS 3 MONCTON, N.B. -- Zachary Fortin made 34 saves as Cape Breton edged the Wildcats for its fourth win in a row. Michael Lyle and Charles-Eric Legare had a goal and an assist apiece for the Screaming Eagles (37-26-4) while Kyle Farrell and Julien Pelletier added the others. Vladimir Tkachev, Gareth Nicholson and Christophe Lalonde scored for Moncton (32-32-3) and Alex Dubeau allowed four goals on 15 shots in defeat. Wildcats forward Christopher Caissy received a major and game misconduct at 16:07 of the second period for goaltender interference. --- DRAKKAR 4 SAGUENEENS 0 CHICOUTIMI, Que. -- Denis Gorbunov had a pair of goals and Philippe Cadorette stopped 25 shots as Baie-Comeau blanked the Sagueneens. Alexandre Chenevert and Gabryel Paquin-Boudreau also scored for the Drakkar (46-16-5), who remain atop the QMJHL standings with one regular-season game remaining on schedule. Janne Puhakka and Nikita Liamkin led all Chicoutimi (27-39-1) skaters with three shots apiece on Cadorette. 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Pierce scored 17 of his 29 points in the third quarter and delivered two crucial scores late, Shaun Livingston created a turnover on the games final play and the Brooklyn Nets topped the Heat 96-95 on Wednesday night -- moving to 3-0 this season against the two-time defending NBA champions, two of those wins coming by a single point and the other in overtime. "We havent had any success," Kidd said of Brooklyns perfect mark against the Heat. "Weve just been lucky to win some games." Maybe, maybe not. In Kidds past 24 games against the Heat as a coach or player, his teams are 19-5. And this was just the latest entry in Brooklyns surge, with the Nets now an Eastern Conference-best 23-9 since Jan. 1. Mirza Teletovic scored 17 off the bench. Livingston finished with 13 points and Andray Blatche scored 11 for the Nets. Chris Bosh scored 24 points for Miami, giving him 15,003 for his career. Dwyane Wade scored 22, LeBron James finished with 19 and Mario Chalmers scored 14 for the Heat, who gave up 22 points off turnovers and were hit with two technicals (on Wade and Chalmers) for arguing calls within a 92-second span of the third quarter. "Its competition," said Heat coach Erik Spoelstra, whose team has dropped four of its past five games. "Its survival of the strongest right now. ... We still feel confident about our game. We just need to put it together." Miami had a chance at the end. Deron Williams missed a jumper with about 8 seconds left, and Wade grabbed the rebound. He took a couple steps downcourt, then called time out with 3.5 seconds remaining, and Miami had to burn another one in order to advance the ball into the frontcourt for the final play. Whatever Spoelstra drew up never got off the ground. Bosh tried to get the ball to James in the lane, but Livingston knocked it away and time expired. "Losing four of five," James said, "thats pretty bad." Pierce was 5 for 5 from the field, 3 for 3 from 3-point range and got fouled on another try from beyond the arc in the third quarter, his biggestt-scoring period of the season. Arthur Zagre Jersey. . "Im sure his antenna is raised in games like this, against us," Spoelstra said. Chalmers made a 3-pointer to get Miami within 84-81 with 6:57 left, but Teletovic -- who hadnt had a double-digit scoring game in exactly a month before Wednesday -- answered from several feet beyond the arc on the next Brooklyn possession to restore a six-point lead. Miami never got the lead back. Pierce had a 3 to make it 90-86, then a drive to snap a 92-all tie with 1:45 remaining. "Pauls got too much left in the tank to be a role player," Williams said. The Nets were without Kevin Garnett (back) and Andrei Kirilenko (ankle). Garnett is expected to miss at least one more game, while Kirilenko tested his ankle in a morning shootaround practice before the Nets figured he wasnt ready to play. Miami beat every other team in the league last season, and still could repeat the feat this year. The Heat entered Wednesday having beaten 26 of the 29 opposing clubs, the three holdouts being Houston (who visits Sunday), Memphis (who Miami hasnt faced yet) -- and the Nets, who won the first two meetings against the Heat this season in Brooklyn. Now theyve won in Miami as well, and are 31-1 when leading after three quarters. "If we had the answer, we would have won," James said. The Heat fell two games behind Indiana in the East race, as well as one game behind the Pacers in the loss column. It was also the fifth straight game where Miami failed to shoot better than 50 per cent from the field, and the Nets kept James from getting any shots from the field in the fourth quarter. "We do need to execute down the stretch," Wade said. "We need to be able to at least get the ball up to the rim, so were going to have to work on that a little bit. Weve got something to work on as a team. Thats not a bad thing." NOTES: James took a pair of free throws 3:07 into the game. He didnt take any in games earlier this week against Chicago and Washington. ... Joe Johnson had a 22-point first quarter against Miami in January; he was held to eight Wednesday. ... Brooklyn was staying in Miami overnight, a perk since it doesnt play again until Saturday in Washington. ' ' '