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BOSTON -- Meryl Davis and Charlie White didnt have to think about their footwork and spins. Those elements of their short dance were near-flawless, as is frequently the case with the world champions. They could plunge into telling the story of the selections from "My Fair Lady" at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships on Friday. Davis and White broke their own record with 80.69 points to open a big lead, well on their way to a sixth straight national title. "This is the first time we felt comfortable enough to let things happen naturally," Davis said. "This is the fifth time were competing the program. With this program, its all about being comfortable enough to let things happen naturally, and when you reach a point where it can be just fun, thats what we really enjoy about skating." Davis and White are more than seven points ahead of Madison Chock and Evan Bates, last years runners-up. On the final lift, they spun across the ice in a dizzying blur with the tails of Whites tuxedo flying behind, and she could look up to the crowd with eyes glowing. Coach Marina Zoueva had wanted them to skate to this music for several years. "As we have grown with the program, we fell in love with the program and what it means ... that exuberant joy," Davis said. For all of Davis and Whites accomplishments, they still needed to settle into their programs in this Olympic year, so that things will happen naturally when they get to Sochi. On Friday, they looked ready to try to take that one step up the podium from their silver medal showing at the Vancouver Games. "Because we put pressure on ourselves throughout our career, its kind of a healthy pressure," White said. "Its what gets us through the tough times, that we rely on each other." Chock and Bates posted a career-high 73.41, well above their 70.80 a year ago but still far behind Davis and White. 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Ty Edmonds made 36 saves for Prince George. Troy Tromblay started in goal for Saskatoon and was lifted after it was 5-0. Nathan Alalouf then came in to make his WHL debut, and allowed two goals on eight shots while finishing up the period before Tromblay returned. His bottom line was 21 saves on 29 shots. -- TIGERS 6 ICE 2 MEDICINE HAT, Alta. -- Curtis Valk scored 1:32 into the first period, and the Tigers took a 5-0 lead into the third period to defeat Kootenay. Miles Koules, Chad Labelle, Cole Sanford and Trevor Cox got the other Medicine Hat (29-17-30) goals in the first. Anthony Ast completed the scoring for the Tigers in the third. Luke Philip and Zak Zborosky scored in the third period for Kootenay (25-21-4). Marek Langhamer finished with 30 saves for the Tigers. 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