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Lewis Hamilton remained on top at the Russian GP in Practice Three after a session-long battle for supremacy with Nico Rosberg, setting up the likelihood of a closely-fought all-Mercedes duel for pole. The triple world champion had set the Friday pace but came under renewed attack from Rosberg on Saturday morning as the Mercedes W07 again proved untouchable around the Sochi Autodrom. Trading fastest times on the supersoft tyres throughout the hour-long session, Hamilton usurped Rosberg in the closing minutes via a best lap of 1:36.403.However, the championship-leading Rosberg remained just 0.068s adrift in the final reckoning, despite making several errors during the session as drivers again struggled for grip.That is a very close battle between Hamilton and Rosberg, said Sky Sports F1 commentator David Croft. It seems as though the Mercedes are going to be going for pole themselves. Ferraris Sebastian Vettel narrowly avoids colliding into the Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton in the pitlane during P3 in Sochi. Despite introducing an upgraded engine this weekend, Ferrari have yet to show they are capable of taking it to the world champions on outright pace and finished P3 in familiar third and fourth positions.But the team already know they will not lock out the second row on Sundays grid after a five-place gearbox change penalty was confirmed for Sebastian Vettel on Friday night.When is Russian GP Qualy and Race?The German finished third, six tenths back on Hamilton, having spent the start of the session on heavier-fuel long runs with 20 laps on used supersoft tyres.Once onto shorter runs, Vettel was twice frustrated by the sister Ferrari of Raikkonen - with the German waving a hand in his team-mates direction after being overtaken near the pits.And then Vettel had to have his wits about him when leaving the Ferrari garage when a mechanic inadvertently waved him into the path of an oncoming Hamilton. Behind the established top two teams, Williams appear primed for a more competitive weekend with Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas finishing in fifth and sixth positions respectively.With Red Bull - the third-fastest team so far this season - not faring as well in P3, Max Verstappen was seventh for sister team Toro Rosso, while eighth-fastest Jenson Button gave McLaren-Honda hope that this could be the weekend they finally break their long Q3 duck.Practice Three timesheet1. Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, 1:36.4032. Nico Rosberg, Mercedes, 1:36.4713. Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari, 1:37.0074. Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari, 1:37.7275. Felipe Massa, Williams, 1:37.9186. Valtteri Bottas, Williams, 1:37.9857. Max Verstappen, Toro Rosso, 1:38.1338. Jenson Button, McLaren, 1:38.2609. Carlos Sainz, Toro Rosso, 1:38.46510. Sergio Perez, Force India, 1:38.54211. Daniel Ricciardo, Red Bull, 1:38.62212. Fernando Alonso, McLaren, 1:38.63313. Daniil Kvyat, Red Bull, 1:39.04714. Nico Hulkenberg, Force India, 1:39.16215. Esteban Gutierrez, Haas, 1:39.23016. Kevin Magnussen, Renault, 1:39.23817. Romain Grosjean, Haas, 1:39.23918. Jolyon Palmer, Renault, 1:39.58919. Rio Haryanto, Manor, 1:39.59920. Pascal Wehrlein, Manor, 1:39.66321. Marcus Ericsson, Sauber, 1:39.74022. Felipe Nasr, Sauber, 1:39.898Watch the whole Russian GP weekend - LIVE ONLY on Sky Sports F1. The race begins at 1pm on Sunday, with build-up from 11.30am. Or watch the race without a contract for £6.99 on NOW TV. Also See: Five-place penalty for Vettel When is the Russian GP on Sky? Fake Air Max For Sale . LOUIS -- To stay a step ahead of goaltenders, T. Cheap Air Max 200 Uk . Lineup news, Fantasy tips and more in Scott Cullen’s Statistically Speaking. HEROES Blake Comeau – The Penguins winger had a hat trick in a 4-3 overtime win against Toronto. http://www.fakeairmaxukoutlet.com/best-max-200-trainers-cheap-uk.html . And rest hardly led to rust for the two-time defending NBA champions. 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If Twitter, phone calls and e-mails to our radio station are any indication, there could be a mixed reaction for Alfredsson on Sunday. My gut feeling is that about 90 per cent of the crowd will applaud Alfredsson after the video tribute with a majority of people giving him a standing ovation. There will undoubtedly be a small murmuring of boos in the crowd, as some people felt Alfredsson betrayed the organization and city with his decision to sign with the Red Wings. In any event, Sunday does have the potential to be a polarizing moment for Alfredsson in Ottawa. But thats nothing new for the ex-captain, who is certainly used to being a lightning rod for criticism in this town. Heres a look at the five most polarizing and controversial moments of Daniel Alfredssons career with the Senators. 5. Shooting puck at Niedermayer In the dying moments of the second period in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final, Alfredsson appeared to shoot the puck directly at Ducks defenceman Scott Niedermayer. In subsequent interviews, Alfredsson insisted that the puck was rolling around on his stick and he never intended to shoot the puck directly at the future Hall of Famer. But Niedermayers take on the situation was quite different as he certainly hinted that Alfredssons actions were intentional during his post-game interviews. "I wasnt happy. Theres no need to get hit with a puck at that point. But Im not going to say more than that," Niedermayer said at the time. Ducks head coach Randy Carlyle was even more blunt and accusatory in his post-game press conference. "I thought it was blatant shooting the puck at our player at the end of the period," Carlyle said. "You could tell he directed it toward him because he changed the shooting angle halfway through his wind-up. People have long memories." The Senators were down 2-1 in the series and many people suggested that Alfredsson was trying to do something to spark his team. But the Senators had just tied up the game 2-2 when Dany Heatley scored at the 18:00-minute mark of the period, so why would Alfredsson feel the need to jumpstart his team? Whatever the case, the Ducks ended up breaking the tie with a third-period goal by Dustin Penner to take a 3-1 stranglehold on the series. 4. The fake stick toss tribute to Sundin This was one of the funniest and wittiest things any player has ever done in the middle of an NHL game – at least thats the opinion of people who lived in Ottawa. As for those who reside in Toronto, they viewed this as a classless gesture by the Ottawa captain. Just a few days after Mats Sundin was suspended by the NHL for carelessly throwing his broken stick shaft into the crrowd, Alfredsson found himself in a similar situation at centre ice at the Air Canada Centre.dddddddddddd The Sens captain had broken his stick and, as a joke, he decided to do a mock stick toss into the crowd – emulating the Sundin incident. Whether you think it was funny or not, you do have to give Alfredsson credit for thing: Having the wherewithal to even think about pulling that stunt in the middle of an NHL game is pretty impressive. 3. The "probably not" comment After a 7-3 loss on home ice to the Penguins in Game 4 of the 2013 playoffs, Alfredsson was asked if his team could come back and beat Pittsburgh given the way the series was going. His answer of "probably not" generated a media firestorm, as many viewed the comment as defeatist and a sign the Sens captain was surrendering. Others felt Alfredsson was just being brutally honest and possibly trying to deflect some of the pressure away from his team. In the end, Alfredsson had to change his answer to "definitely not," after the Sens ended up losing Game 5 by a lopsided margin of 6-2. 2. The Pominville OT goal In the spring of 2006, the Senators bowed out rather meekly to the Buffalo Sabres in the second round of the playoffs. The Sens had been the Eastern Conferences top seed during the regular season, but ended up being eliminated in five games by Buffalo. The crushing blow came in the overtime period of Game 5, when Jason Pominville blew past Alfredsson – who was manning the point on the power play – and scored a shorthanded goal to win the series. While some fault could have been laid on Wade Redden and Ray Emery on that play, Alfredsson took the lions share of the blame. In the months that followed, a significant portion of the Sens fan base wanted Alfredsson traded – insisting that the Pominville incident was tangible proof that they could not win with the captain. By the fall of 2006, the cries to trade Alfredsson had become so loud that rumors were swirling about a potential deal with the Los Angeles Kings. Ironically enough, one year after the Pominville goal, Alfredsson would be the one to score a series-clinching goal in Game 5 against the Sabres, sending the Sens to the Cup Final for the first time in modern history. 1. The hit on Darcy Tucker With the score tied 2-2 and time running out in Game 5 of the 2002 playoff series between the Sens and Maple Leafs, Alfredsson delivered a controversial hit on Darcy Tucker. To add salt to the wound, while Tucker was writhing on the ice in pain, Alfredsson went to the front of the net and scored the eventual game-winning goal past Curtis Joseph. The Leafs bench was irate that no penalty was called on the play and the crowd at the Air Canada Centre chanted obscenities towards the officials. The hit on Tucker made Alfredsson public enemy No. 1 in Toronto and was the catalyst for why he started getting booed every time he touched the puck in a game involving the Leafs and Senators. Will the hit on Darcy Tucker make Alfredssons video montage on Sunday at Canadian Tire Centre? If it does, you can bet that portion of the video will receive a loud ovation from the Ottawa crowd. ' ' '

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