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MONTREAL - Impact president Joey Saputo couldnt wait until the end of the game before he stirred the pot. Minutes before the final whistle of Sporting Kansas Citys 3-0 victory over a shorthanded Montreal Impact squad on Saturday afternoon, Saputo tweeted: "Our fans deserve better. Changes will be coming, guaranteed." The Impact (1-3-5) have won once this season, are second-to-last in the Eastern Conference with six points from nine games, and have now lost six games in all competitions. "In the end, Im the coach, and its my responsibility," said Frank Klopas, who coached his 100th MLS game on Saturday. "I always want the best for the club. Every one has the right to be upset when you lose. Im going to give everything in the end. "I know Im doing the right things, but in the end, Im the coach and Im responsible. It starts from there, from the top." The Impact, who were without the services of Marco Di Vaio due to a hamstring injury, were outclassed even before Collen Warner was shown a red card for handling the ball with his arm in the penalty box in the 17th minute, which left the club with only 10 players on the field. Before and after the ejection, Montreal was penned in its own half. Kansas City (5-2-2) finished the game with 78 per cent ball possession, and 12 total shots to Montreals four. Sporting also completed five times as many passes as the Impact did. Fans expressed their displeasure by booing sporadically during the game. The Ultras, Montreals vocal fan base, even chanted for the return of Marco Schallibaum, last years coach. "I know the frustration of the fans, and its understandable," said Klopas. "They come to support the team." "Thats why theyre fans," added Impact keeper Troy Perkins. "They want results, they want a good team, and especially in this city, they want to win. Theyre free to say what they want, and theyre going to say it." In the 17th minute, Matt Beslers long throw-in evaded the Impact defenders and landed awkwardly in the penalty box. Perkins made the initial save, but the ball rolled onto the arm of Warner, who was sprawled out on the goal-line. Warner made two saves with his left arm before the referee pointed to the spot. "Those long throws, weve been talking about them. We knew they were good at them," said 24-year-old Wandrille Lefevre, who made his first appearance for the team on Saturday. "We had to be ready, and we paid for those details. And that wasnt the last goal — it was the first one. Its all about the details. The games are won and lost in a matter of minutes." After the red card, Dom Dwyers penalty kick beat Perkins low for his team-leading fifth goal of the season. "Initially, the ball just happened to be on his hand," said Sporting midfielder Graham Zusi. "But the second one was pretty obvious. "It changed everything. We were able to keep the ball the entire game. They didnt have anything going for them. Going down a man is devastating, and today was no different." Dwyer added another in the second half, a powerful left-footed shot in the 64th minute, to cement Kansas lead and propel the team to the top of the MLS Eastern Conference. Paulo Nagamura also scored for Kansas City in the first half. The storyline wasnt very different from last months encounter between these two teams, when Dwyer recorded a brace and Kansas City thumped the Impact 4-0 at Sporting Park on Apr. 19. Sporting keeper Eric Kronberg, who was only solicited twice, now leads the league with five shutouts and a paltry 0.67 goals-against-average. Klopas wanted to focus on positives after the game, pointing to a young back-line that was solid despite the lopsided score. Alongside Lefevre, the Impact started 22-year-old Maxim Tissot and 21-year-old Karl Ouimette on defence. "These are three younger guys that are getting a lot of experience," said Klopas. "Theyre guys you can count on for the future. Im not happy with the result, but you can have continuity when you can build a team around guys like that." The Impact play Edmonton FC midweek in the Canadian Championship after losing the first leg 2-1. The team then heads to the American capital to take on D.C. United. "Theres a lack of ideas, a lack of belief in themselves. Certainly somethings missing," said Perkins. "But when things are going bad, you dont stop, you dont quit, you just keep going. We have to keep plugging away, and keep doing what were doing." Notes: Defender Hassoun Camara missed the game due to an accumulation of yellow cards. … Midfielder Hernan Bernardello made his first start since injuring his ankle in April. … Montreal and Kansas City meet for the third and final time this season on July 12 at Saputo Stadium. 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The four All-Star teams will play for $100,000 in prize money during TSNs annual skins game, airing live this weekend on TSN from The Fenlands Banff Recreation Centre.Buffalo, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - Matt Moulson scored the game-winning goal with 1:18 to play as the Buffalo Sabres took a 2-1 victory over the Montreal Canadiens in the opener of a home-and-home set. Tyler Ennis had the other goal and Jhonas Enroth made 30 saves for the Sabres, who have won four of their last five. Pierre-Alexandre Parenteau had the only goal for the Canadiens, who had won their previous two coming in. Carey Price allowed both goals on 25 shots. These clubs will meet in Montreal on Saturday. The game was tied by Montreal early in the final frame, but Buffalo was able to go on top thanks to a lucky bounce while on a power play. Ennis had dumped the puck into the Montreal end off the glass and Price went behind the net to play it. However, it hit off a stanchion and bounced out front where Moulson had an open net for the game-winner. He had a number of chances to score throughout the game, Sabres coach Ted Nolan said. For him to get two or three chances and to get onee like that was probably fitting.dddddddddddd Buffalo scored the only goal of the first period on a highlight reel marker from Ennis. Skating down the right wing, Ennis cut to the front and lost control of the puck. He then leaped over Price, and from the left side was able to find the puck for a backhand into the net at 3:27. The second period passed without a goal, but the Canadiens were able to tie the game on an early power play in the third. With Ennis in the box, Montreal got the puck on net and a scramble in front resulted in several shots on Enroth. With Enroth looking for the puck between his pads, Parenteau dove in to poke the puck in at 1:35. I think there are some good things to build off of, Montreals Max Pacioretty said. We have to do a better job of finding ways to score goals. Game Notes Montreal had won six straight in the series ... Montreal was 1-for-3 on the power play while Buffalo went 1-for-4. ' ' '

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