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MONTREAL -- What happens when Major League Soccers highest scoring team and the club with the worst defence collides is something the Montreal Impact may not want to know. Chris Ivory Bills Jersey . They will find out Wednesday night when the Los Angeles Galaxy bringing their dazzling attack to Saputo Stadium. But Impact goalkeeper Evan Bush welcomes the challenge from Landon Donovan, Robbie Keane and the rest. "Its a team with a lot of names everyone knows and the last couple of months theyve been flying, scoring a lot of goals," Bush said this week. "They scored six last game, so its a challenge for us. "But its one of the games you get excited for. Theyre one of the big dogs in the league, so the chance to knock them off in your home stadium is something to get excited about." The Galaxy (14-5-7) are 10-2-2 since the World Cup break in June and have outscored their opponents 37-17 over that span. They lead MLS with 54 goals scored. The Impact (5-16-5) are last in the 19-team league and are tied with Houston in conceding an MLS-worst 48 goals in 26 games. Los Angeles is coming off a 6-0 slaughter of Colorado on Friday, although the Rapids had goalie Joe Nasco ejected only 33 seconds in for putting a rugby tackle on Alan Gordon as he was about to score a goal. Donovan bagged a pair of goals on penalties in that game and added two assists, leaving him four short of Steve Ralstons MLS career record of 135 helpers. The 32-year-old who plans to retire at the end of this season already has the league record with 136 career goals. Impact forward Dilly Duka looks forward to what will likely be his last chance to play against the Ontario, Calif., native who has also been a stalwart on the U.S. national team, although he was left off this years World Cup side. "The guy has done so much for soccer (in the U.S.)," said 24-year-old Duka. "Ive been watching him since I was a kid. "Im a big fan. Its unfortunate its going to be his last year, but Im excited to see him this week and to play against him. Especially for my generation, hes been a role model." Donovan will line up against a Montreal side that has laboured to keep the ball out of its goal since the start of the season, particularly off free kicks, corners and even throw-ins. Set-piece goals played their part in a 3-2 defeat Saturday night in Houston, although sweltering heat and humidity in southern Texas were also a factor. Veteran centreback Matteo Ferrari had to leave with heat exhaustion at half time, putting fullback Heath Pearce in to play alongside academy product Wandrille Lefevre. The central defence has been a nightmare for Montreal, which had Nelson Rivas leave the team after three seasons of knee and leg injuries and had Adrian Lopez go down with a second serious leg injury since he joined the club last year. Then newly acquired Nigerian centreback Gege Soriola was sent for an MRI exam on Monday due to a separated shoulder suffered last week in training. Coach Frank Klopas said Ferrari should be ready to play against the Galaxy. He expects to make few changes because he plans to rest players when the Impact play Sunday in New England. He wants his first eleven fresh for the only game that truly matters now: a CONCACAF Champions League group stage match Sept. 17 at home against the New York Red Bulls. The return leg is Oct. 22. But the Impact want to do well against the Galaxy just the same. Their last home game produced a 2-0 win over Columbus on two goals from recently acquired designated player Ignacio Piatti. The Argentine midfielder and Duka had the Impact goals in Houston. Klopas said Los Angeles main strength is that most of its squad has played together for a few years. The Galaxy won MLS championships in 2011 and 2012. "They understand how they play; how they attack and defend," said Klopas. "I think were a good team when we play at home, better than we were at the beginning. "The key is the transition. Be good with the ball. We have to stay compact, but our ability in the final third is going to be key because we have players now that can hurt opposing teams and defenders." Added Duka: "Weve still got a chance, mathematically, and weve still got to push and give everything we have, every game." Both teams are dealing with grief. The Impact wore black arm bands in Houston in honour of defender Karl Ouimettes sister Julie, who died last week at 20 after a 12-year battle with cancer. L.A. did the same for defender A.J. DeLaGarza, whose week-old son died from a congenital heart condition. He is not expected to make the trip to Montreal. Ouimette attended the funeral and then returned to Toronto, where he was preparing for Tuesdays international match against Jamaica. He is to return the next day, but is not likely to dress against Los Angeles. "Were part of Karls second family, well give him our support," said Klopas. The Galaxys Gyasi Zardo had two goals against Colorado to give him a record 14 in a season by a "home grown" player (one developed by his teams academy). It is one more than the 13 Diego Fagunez had last year for New England. Jeremy Kerley Bills Jersey . And it showed Thursday night. The Canadiens, playing in their second game in as many days, however, got a good performance in the end from their backup goaltender as he filled in for an injured Olympic gold medallist . Jim Kelly Jersey . This week, topics cover the World Series champion Red Sox, John Farrell and what to look forward to this off-season. http://www.shoptheofficialbills.com/Customized/ . PETERSBURG, Fla.SPOKANE, Wash. -- The guys in green raced off the court and into the locker room where they danced and sang, compared whose shot was most likely to end up featured on "One Shining Moment," and checked Twitter to see who was giving them a shoutout. North Dakota State pulled off yet another 12 seed stunner and enjoyed every moment of it. "I just want to keep coaching this team," NDSU coach Saul Phillips said. "I dont want to have to say goodbye to this locker room." Lawrence Alexanders 3-pointer with 11 seconds left forced overtime and Carlin Dupree came off the bench to score four unlikely points in the final 75 seconds of the extra session, and the Bison knocked off No. 5 seed Oklahoma 80-75 Thursday night. NDSU (26-6) picked up its first NCAA tournament win by rallying in the final minute and outlasting the Sooners in overtime. Alexander finished with a career-high 28 points, but itll be his falling-down, fist-pumping celebration after the tying 3-pointer that will be replayed in Fargo for years. But that was just the first act. Dupree came on in the closing seconds of overtime after Taylor Braun fouled out, hit two free throws and scored on a difficult baseline leaner with 41 seconds left that put the Bison up by four and ignited the celebration. Phillips ran over to the fans in green and yellow, threw his arms in the air and screamed at the top of his lungs. No one could hear the excitable North Dakota State coach with all the noise. The Bison quickly realized they grabbed the nations attention. "You guys figure out how big it is," Phillips said. "I know its very gratifying and I know that for guys like Lawrence and Carlin and everybody on this team, couldnt have happened to a more fitting group of guys, because they have done what it takes to be exactly where we are right now, year-round." While players were monitoring Twitter to see who had been watching, the schools own athletic department account probably had the best line. "Well gladly be your Cinderella, America." Except this Cinderella doesnt fit the traditional mould. These Bison are proven. They won at Notre Dame in the regular season. This is part of a progressive rise under Phillips since the Bison made their first tourney trip in 2009. They have a swagger not typically seen from smaller programs, because the Bison dont see themselves that way. Buffalo Bills Jerseys. Take Alexander. After releasing possibly the biggest shot of his career -- the tying 3 that forced overtime -- he hollered "buckets," so confident the shot would rattle through the net. "Thats a lot of confidence there big fella," Phillips said. Cameron Clark led Oklahoma (23-10) with 25 points, including 16 in the final five minutes of regulation and overtime. Isaiah Cousins added 17 points and Jordan Woodward had 13, making up for leading scorer Buddy Hield being limited to nine points on 4 of 14 shooting. "They fought, kind of out hustled us on rebounds and things like that, but overall theyre a great team," Clark said. Whenever the Bison needed a big shot, Alexander answered. With Braun bottled up by the Sooners defence, it fell to Alexander to pick up the scoring load. The most he scored all season was 20 points and his career-high came in 2011 as a freshman. No basket was bigger than the 3 that forced overtime. Braun drove into the lane and was cut off. Alexander was his only option. After briefly struggling to get the handle, he rattled in his fourth 3-pointer of the game. Oklahoma gave NDSU a chance at tying by twice missing foul shots in the final minute. Oklahoma had chances to win in regulation getting off three shots. Hields open 3 rimmed off, Woodwards free-throw line jumper was short and Cousins reverse layup attempt at the buzzer never caught the rim. NDSU scored the first four points of overtime on baskets by Bjorklund and Alexander, but Clarks 3 pulled Oklahoma even at 70. Braun put the Bison ahead with 1:39 left 72-70 on a driving layup. After he fell to the court, Braun got tangled with Clark, who appeared to inadvertently kick Braun in the face. No additional fouls were called, but Braun fouled out seconds later reaching in as Clark attempted to shoot. Clark hit both, but four seconds later Dupree -- a 58 per cent free throw shooter -- hit a pair to put the Bison back in front. Following an Oklahoma miss, Dupree drove baseline and scored instead of running off time. It was the shot of an inexperienced freshman, but Phillips didnt mind. "It was just a great experience for me," Dupree said. 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