BRISTOL, Tenn. -- The crowd showered Kyle Busch with boos Friday night as he celebrated yet another Bristol Motor Speedway win in Victory Lane. "Whether youre booing or cheering, glad youre here," Busch said over the public address system. "Hope youre booing more tomorrow when we take home another trophy." It wouldnt be out of the question for Busch, who will be going for a Bristol sweep in Saturday nights Sprint Cup Series race. He won Wednesday nights Truck Series race and dominated Friday nights Nationwide Series race, starting from the pole and leading 228 of the 250 laps. "Youve got to win two to go for three, so heres two," said Busch, who has 15 career national wins at Bristol and swept the week in August 2010. His win Friday night was his 60th Nationwide series win of his career, and 120th spanning NASCARs three national series. It was also his 15th of the season after winning just one race in all three series last season. "It comes from preparation, it comes from the shop, it comes from practice here," said Busch, who also praised crew chief Adam Stevens. "Adam and I, we work real well together." Brad Keselowski was second, followed by Austin Dillon, Justin Allgaier, Kyle Larson, Trevor Bayne, Ty Dillon, Kasey Kahne, Brian Scott and Elliott Sadler. Sam Hornish Jr. entered the race as the Nationwide Series points leader but had a spark plug wire problem and finished 12th. He has a six-point lead over Austin Dillon, who gained two spots in the standings. "Its unfortunate we let them close back in again, but Bristol really isnt one of my strongest tracks," Hornish said. "I dont know if I jinxed myself, but I said over the last couple of weeks that if we can get through these races and do what we need to do and minimize our bad days to be a 15th-place finish instead of a 35th that well be all right, and low and behold, we get ourselves into a 12th-place. 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"He gave us a chance and thats all you can ask," Leafs head coach Randy Carlyle said of Bernier. "We needed a goaltender to keep us in the game and he did that and were fortunate to have him." Saturday could mark the NHL debut of 19-year-old defenseman Morgan Rielly, the fifth overall pick of the 2012 draft. Rielly could be tapped to replace defenseman Mark Fraser, who was placed on long-term injured reserve Friday after suffering a knee injury versus the Flyers. "He plays the game with his head and his legs and his hands," Carlyle said on Friday of his young defenseman. "Hes got all three assets that separates him from other people in his age group. Hes a strong puck mover. He can get the puck through from the point on the power play. Hes got great wheels to get up and down the ice. Hes smart in his reads." The Leafs will also be without the services of forward Nikolai Kulemin. 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