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BRISBANE, Australia -- Australia hooker Stephen Moore will be sidelined for the rest of the season after rupturing the anterior cruciate and medial ligaments in his left knee during his first test as Wallabies rugby captain on Saturday. Moore needs a total knee reconstruction after suffering the injury while making a tackle in the 15th minute of Saturdays first test against France at Suncorp Stadium. Australia went on to win 50-23 as Moore, in his 92nd test, watched from the sideline. Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie said Moores injury "leaves a bit of a void because we had put a lot of things in the pipeline." Lock Sam Carter, who suffered an ankle injury in the seventh minute of his debut test, will also miss the rest of the series. Carter played the full 80 minutes of the match, despite suffering a high ankle strain in the opening minutes. "That really gives you an idea how tough the bloke is," McKenzie said. "He showed great resilience and (the injury) didnt show up at all (in his play)." Flanker Michael Hooper, who replaced Moore as captain for the last 75 mintues of Saturdays match, is likely to retain the role in next weekends second test at Melbourne. Hooper, at 22, became the youngest Wallabies captain in 67 years. If continues as captain for the remainder of the France series -- tests in Melbourne and Sydney over the next two weekends -- he may be accepting something of a poisoned chalice. Since McKenzie took over as coach, Rocky Elsom, James Horwill (three times), David Pocock, Will Genia (twice) and Ben Mowen have all had turns as Australia skipper, and in each case their captaincy was short-lived due to injury or loss of form. McKenzie stopped short of confirming Hooper as captain on Sunday but praised his leadership against France. "He has a style about (his leadership) that I respect," McKenzie said. "It didnt affect his playing, he played exceptionally well and thats part of it too. "I cant think of many players who play as consistently well as he does. I dont think Ive seen him have an off day. He fronts up and is in every game. "Hes a lead-by-example sort of guy and highly respected in the playing group - theyre all good attributes." Logan Cooke Jersey . -- A lawyer for the fiancee of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez asked a judge Friday to throw out perjury charges, saying Shayanna Jenkins did not wilfully lie as she was bombarded with 1,630 questions over two days before a grand jury. Austin Seferian-Jenkins Jersey . -- Masahiro Tanaka knows that first appearance in a spring training game for the New York Yankees will be scrutinized. http://www.authenticjaguarslockroom.com/...n-Elite-Jersey/. -- Damian Lillard couldnt believe when he got a clear look at the rim. DJ Chark Jaguars Jersey . Or maybe he already did. 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Utica is the minor-league affiliate of the Vancouver Canucks.Shane Prince of the Binghamton Senators had a hat trick for the Eastern Conference.It was the highest-scoring all-star game in league history, breaking the record of 25 combined goals set in 2009, as the AHL followed the lead of their NHL big brothers, who set a record with a 29-goal all-star game the night before.With the Western Conference clinging to a one-goal lead with seven minutes left in the third period, Oklahoma City goalie Richard Bachman stopped Portlands Brendan SShinnimin on a breakaway.dddddddddddd Leipsic and McNeill completed their hat tricks in the next 53 seconds as the West pulled away.Markstrom stopped 16-of-18 shots in the first period. The only Eastern Conference player to beat him was Shinnimin, who scored twice.After falling behind 6-4, the Western Conference reeled off six unanswered goals in a seven-minute span of the second period to go out in front, 10-6. The run ended when Hudon popped a puck up to himself to split two defenders and scored on the backhand move Peter Forsberg made famous in the 1994 Olympics.There were two penalty shots in the game.After being hooked by Norfolks Chris Wagner on a breakaway, Varone was stopped by Manchesters Jean-Francois Berube in the second period.In the third, after being hooked by Rockfords T.J. Brennan, Wagner converted on his penalty shot, beating Bachman with a slap shot from the right hash marks. Wagners goal brought the East to within one goal at 11-10 with 13:56 to go, but the West never gave up the lead. ' ' '

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