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Shanghai, China (SportsNetwork.com) - Nicolas Colsaerts fired an 8-under 64 on Friday and he jumped into the lead after 36 holes of the BMW Masters. Colsaerts, who won twice in the 2012 season, finished two rounds at 14-under- par 130. His total of 130 matched the tournaments 36-hole scoring record. Peter Hanson set that mark en route to victory in 2012. First-round leader Alexander Levy posted a 6-under 66 and he dropped into second place at minus-13. Romain Wattel carded a 67 on Friday and he is alone in third at 11-under-par 133. Marcel Siem and Branden Grace both shot 66 on Friday. They were joined in fourth place at minus-10 by Emiliano Grillo (68). Thomas Bjorn (67) is one stroke back at minus-9 at Lake Malaren Golf Club. Colsaerts played the back nine first in round two. He got going with birdies on the 11th and 13th. He moved to 10-under with birdies at 15 and 16. Levy flew out of the gate with three birdies in the first four holes to join Colsaerts at minus-10. Levy briefly grabbed the lead with a birdie at the par-5 seventh. After three pars in a row, Colsaerts converted back-to-back birdies from the second to move back into the lead at 12-under. There was a 2-shot swing in Levys favor as Colsaerts bogeyed the fifth for the second day in a row, while Levy made birdie at the 11th. There was another 2-stroke swing on the next hole to each player. Colsaerts made birdie at the sixth, while Levy stumbled to a bogey at the 12th. Colsaerts made it two in a row as he birdied the seventh for the second straight round. He also birdied the ninth, his last, to end at minus-14. I felt like Ive been in the zone a couple of times lately and it doesnt really happen in such a short period of time like this, Colsaerts said. So its pretty nice when you can get it going like this and Ive been playing quite well for the last couple of months. Im comfortable being back here now. Im quite happy being here and playing the way I am capable of. Levy bounced back from his bogey at 12 with birdies at 14 and 15 to get within one of the lead. He ended there as he parred the final three holes. Three weeks ago, Levy beat Colsaerts to win the rain-shortened Portugal Masters. NOTES: Colsaerts owned the 36-hole lead for the fourth time in his European Tour career ... He has failed to win any the previous three times he was in that position ... Colsaerts made the cut in just eight of his 16 tour starts this season on the European Tour, but he does have two runner-up finishes. Wholesale yeezy 350 australia . The Force had two men, including former Wallabies No. 8 Ben McCalman, in the sin-bin in the dying minutes of the match, but were able to resist a late Highlanders surge to post a four-try, bonus point win. Adidas Yeezy 350 Australia . -- Barry Bonds is all set to return to the San Francisco Giants. http://www.wholesaleyeezy350australia.com/ . 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The narrative has finally taken a turn for the better.There is more confidence. There are fewer concerns. Advancing deep into the playoffs and, dare that ultimate goal be voiced, challenging for the Stanley Cup have trumped past hopes of simply playing a few bonus games in April.Every year you feel good about your team, but its just a little different. You feel like theres unfinished business, owner Craig Leipold said.Last season was far from smooth. The Wild lost their sixth straight game on New Years Eve. Coach Mike Yeo was on tenuous footing with an expiring contract, though Leipold said in a recent interview he really wasnt on the bubble.But despite foot injuries to Mikko Koivu and Zach Parise that kept them out for a total of 32 games, the Wild were at their best when they were the most vulnerable. The biggest health problem was between the pipes, where four different goalies were called on to start 19 or more games. After Darcy Kuemper picked up the slack for Josh Harding, who had taken over for Niklas Backstrom, Ilya Bryzgalov was there down the stretch to fill in for Kuemper.So here they are with every key player back from the group that upset Central Division champion Colorado in the Western Conference quarterfinals and reached the second round for just the second time in franchise history. Theres also an important addition in left wing Thomas Vanek.Mikael Granlund, who will centre the first line with Parise and Jason Pominville, now has a full year of NHL experience. Two other 22-year-old forwards, Charlie Coyle and Nino Niederreiter, combined for 76 points last season. The speed of third-line centre Erik Haula, who is 23, was a revelation in the post-season with four goals in 13 games. Parise, Pominville, Vanek, Koivu, Matt Cooke and ironman defenceman Ryan Suter form a proven core of veterans.The pieces are in place. Yeo has a new deal. Now its up to them to fulfil that potential.Id have a hard time listing the teams that I know are better than we are, Leipold said. Theres probably a couple of them, bbut if we have a couple of our players step up like we hope we will this year that gap is going to get narrower.ddddddddddddHere are some key nuggets to know about the Wild this season:GOAL SETTING: Harding is out indefinitely with a broken foot, leaving Backstrom and Kuemper to compete for time in the net. This is unquestionably the biggest issue to resolve, likely the hinge between status quo and a step forward in the playoffs. Thats one reason why Bryzgalov was invited to training camp on a tryout contract and the Wild have not ruled out keeping three goalies on the roster. I know its repetitive, but were just going to kind of evaluate every day, Yeo said. So I dont want to go in and say one guys got the edge over another right now.WINGMAN: The emergence of Granlund and Haula allowed the Wild to slide Coyle over to right wing, where hell start the season on a second line with Koivu and Vanek. Yeo declined to declare the move permanent, but the 6-foot-3, 220-pound Coyle has the presence and skills to make that a long-term fit if hes not needed again as a fill-in at centre.DUMBA ON Defence? Theres a top-six opening on defence, and prospects Matt Dumba and Christian Folin have been getting a long look during training camp. Dumba was the teams first-round draft pick in 2012. Nate Prosser was brought back this week via waiver claim for more depth.GRAND CENTRAL: The Wild pushed for realignment as much as any team in the league, desiring more road games in their own time zone to increase television ratings and more regional rivalries in their division to enhance ticket sales. In a classic be-careful-what-you-wish-for case, the Wild have found themselves in a brutally difficult division. They went 14-12-3 against the Central in 2013-14 and despite matching the second-highest point total in franchise history finished in fourth place. Only two of the 14 teams that missed the 2014 playoffs came from the Central, Nashville and Winnipeg.FAMILIAR FOE: The Wilds opener is at home against the Avalanche on Oct. 9 in a reprise of that epic seven-game series, and theres a rematch two days later in Denver. ' ' '

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