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Roberto Firmino missed a brilliant chance to open the scoring as Liverpool were held to a goalless draw at Southampton on Saturday. The Premier League leaders had been restricted to few clear openings at St Marys before Philippe Coutinho threaded a pass through for Firmino in the 67th minute.Firmino looked poised to fire home in front of goal but instead poked his shot wide of the post. The miss proved costly as Liverpool could not take any of the other chances that fell their way and had to settle for a point.For one of the first times this season, there was a lack of quality in front of goal, said former Liverpool defender and Sky Sports Jamie Carragher.Firminos was the standout chance, [Joel] Matip could have done more - maybe been a bit braver from a fantastic [Philippe] Coutinho cross - and then [Nathaniel] Clyne at the back post.It felt that it all went the wrong side of the post for them today. 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Ryan scored just over two minutes later to tie the game 3-3 and force extra time.Sebastien Auger stopped 25 shots for the Sea Dogs and faced four skaters in the shootout before allowing Ryans winner.Acadie-Bathurst went 1 or 8 on the power play, while Saint John was 1 for 4 with the man advantage.---WILDCATS 5 ISLANDERS 1MONCTON, N.B. —Ivan Barbashev scored and added two assists as the Wildcats skated past Charlottetown.Liam Murphy, Stephen Johnson and Jacob Sweeney all had power-play goals for Moncton (17-10-1), while Eric Leger also scored.Oliver Cooper had the only goal for the Islanders (14-14-2).---ARMADA 6 SCREAMING EAGLES 3SYDNEY, N.S. — Danick Martel had a hat trick and set up two other goals as Blainville-Boisbriand topped Cape Breton.Philippe Sanche struck twice for the Armada (16-7-4), while Philippe Bureau-Blais also scored.Clark Bishop, Pierre-Luc Dubois and Kyle Farrell supplied the offence for the Screaming Eagles (9-15-5)).dddddddddddd---SAGUENEENS 3 VOLTIGEURS 0DRUMMONDVILLE, Que. — Storm Phaneuf and Julio Billia combined for a 32-save shutout as Chicoutimi blanked the Voltigeurs.Phaneuf stopped all 31 shots he faced for the Sagueneens (10-15-2) before he was ejected from the game for kicking an opponent 12:48 into the third period. 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