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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. <a href="" target="_blank">nfl jerseys china</a> . - Tom Watson gives an edge to the long hitters at rain-soaked Shoal Creek. Watson figures guys like Bernhard Langer, Kenny Perry and Fred Couples could have an easier time of it on some holes in rainy, chilly and windy weather at the $2.2 million Regions Tradition starting Thursday. It is the first of the Champions Tours five major championships. &quot;The par 5s really play into their hands,&quot; Watson said on Wednesday. &quot;The rest of us, were stretching it getting to the par 5s, especially when it gets wet. &quot;With the predicted rains, it will be tough to get to these par 5s. But Kenny and Freddie Couples shouldnt have a lot of problem.&quot; Then theres Langer, who has already won twice this season and reached 20 victories on the 50-and-over tour. &quot;The way Bernhard Langer is going, we need to break his leg,&quot; Watson joked. The weather could once again have a big impact on the scenic 7,145-yard, par-72 Shoal Creek course. Rain shortened the pro-ams on Wednesday with more showers expected on Thursday and temperatures possibly plunging into the 40s over the weekend. Play was twice suspended in last years Tradition, the second straight year rain and/or lightning had affected the tournament. It remains to be seen if rain can slow down Langer, coming off his third victory at the Insperity Invitational and finishing eighth at the Masters. &quot;The rain will make the course play much longer,&quot; the German said. &quot;The rough will be heavier because of the wet grass. The greens will be a little bit slower. Id rather see the other conditions, but Ive played well in all sorts of conditions. You just have to adjust and do the best with what you find.&quot; Langer finished second behind two-time winner Tom Lehman in 2012 and 10th last year. He beat Couples by a stroke at The Woodlands in Texas on May 4. David Frost held on for a one-stroke win over Couples last year at Shoal Creek. Couples opened the season tying for second with Jeff Sluman in Hawaii, behind Langer. &quot;Fred Couples made it pretty clear, I think, in Hawaii, that hes trying to win the Schwab Cup, so were trying to give him some competition here and make it hard for him,&quot; Langer said. Fellow World Golf Hall of Famers Watson and Colin Montgomerie arent as well acquainted with the course as some of their peers. Watson, a two-time Masters champion, is competing in the Tradition for the first time since the events debut at Shoal Creek in 2011. He finished tied for 32nd. His history with the course goes back a few decades, though, to the 1984 PGA championship won by Lee Trevino. Watson said the Bermuda rough was so deep &quot;they had three marshals on each side of the fairways because you could lose your golf ball.&quot; &quot;Lee Trevino, it was right in his wheelhouse,&quot; he said. &quot;He hit the ball so straight off the tee, and he just rarely missed a fairway. And thats what you had to do on this golf course.&quot; Montgomerie of Scotland is nearing his anniversary on the 50-and-over tour and makes his Shoal Creek debut. He said the course has a good reputation. &quot;Ive heard a lot about it,&quot; Montgomerie said. &quot;You talk about youre going to Alabama and then you say Shoal Creek and everybody in golf knows where youre going or where youve been. This is one of those classic courses. Having played nine holes (Tuesday) and nine holes today, I understand what theyre talking about. A very, very good golf course. &quot;You can drive the ball great but at the same time its more of a second-shot course where I can see there are some pins in awkward places — backside, middle, front, whatever. It will be a great test. Im looking forward to trying to challenge this course.&quot; <a href="" target="_blank">Wholesale jerseys</a> . Get interactive with the TSN Community and get updates with TSN.cas Game Night blog right now. This best-of-seven series between the Rangers and Capitals was tied at 2-2 heading into Mondays Game 5 in New York. <a href="" target="_blank">cheap jerseys from china</a> .C. -- Having lost three straight, the Calgary Flames were looking for something positive when they visited the Carolina Hurricanes. <a href="" target="_blank"></a> . The Kings have gone 6-0-3 over their last nine games despite having been held to three goals or fewer in eight of 10 contests this month. 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TUCSON, Ariz. <a href="" target="_blank">Yeezy Boost 350 Oxford Tan Belgium</a> . -- Kaleb Tarczewski scored 11 points and No. 1 Arizona opened its Pac-12 season with a 60-25 rout of Washington State on Thursday night, shattering the McKale Center record for fewest points by a team. The 25 points were the fewest for Washington State since the Cougars had that many at Idaho on Jan. 15, 1938. The previous McKale record for fewest points was 37 by Northern Arizona in 1989. The Wildcats (14-0, 1-0) took a 21-2 lead and were up 28-7 at halftime. The Cougars (7-6, 0-1) shot 9 for 45 from the field and they needed to make a series of shots late to reach that. Washington State was without leading scorer DaVonte Lacy, who underwent an emergency appendectomy on Saturday. Junior Longrus led the Cougars with six points. Tarczewski, back after missing two games with a sprained ankle, was the only Arizona player to score in double figures. Washington States nine field goals were also a McKale record, breaking the previous mark of 13, also set by Northern Arizona in that 1989 game. So was the Cougars 20 per cent shooting, breaking the mark of 20.3 per cent set by NAU that night 24 years ago. The Cougars missed their first 16 shots before Royce Woolridge made a layup with 6:42 left in the half. Arizona led 21-2 on Johnsons 3-pointer with 8:18 to go until the break. Washington State made it 21-7 before the Wildcats scored the final seven points of the half to lead 28-7. The Cougars were 2 of 20 from the field in the first half, breaking the McKale record of four field goals set twice, most recently by Arizona State in 1991. It was also a record for fewest points by a team in a half and fewest combined points in a half. The old record was 37 against Oregon in 1985. The 9.5 per cent shooting percentage was also an arena record for a half. Washington State officials were unsure what the team records for fewest points or field goals in a half were but said Thursdays totals were the lowest since at least 2001. Arizona officials didnt know if the Washington State marks were an opponent low for any Wildcats game, including those before McKale was built. Lacy, who is averaging 18.9 points per game, will also miss Sundays game at Arizona State. <a href="" target="_blank">Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Moire Mint</a> .C. -- The agent for wide receiver Steve Smith says the five-time Pro Bowl selection has played his final snap for the Carolina Panthers. <a href="" target="_blank">Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Moire Dames</a> . - Nevada regulators are considering sanctions against an Ultimate Fighting Championship star accused of avoiding an official who showed up unannounced at his gym to collect a sample to test for banned substances. <a href="" target="_blank"></a> .com) - Al Jefferson poured in 28 points with 10 rebounds to lead the Charlotte Hornets to their first victory over the Miami Heat in over 4 1/2 years, a 96-89 decision at Time Warner Cable Arena.PARIS -- Olympic runners-up Pang Qing and Tong Jian took the lead in the pairs competition at the Trophee Bompard after the short program on Friday. The Chinese pair scored 67.69 points to edge out world bronze medallists Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford into second place with 66.07. &quot;Weve never won this event and this is our last season, so it will be our last chance,&quot; the 34-year-old Tong said through a translator. &quot;As its the last time, its also a little bit nostalgic. The crowd is always very welcoming here.&quot; The Canadians were among the favourites but Duhamel landed heavily early on when attempting a triple lutz. They led after the short at Skate Canada last month but slipped from first to third after a flawed freee skate. <a href="" target="_blank">Nike Air Max 1 Dames Beige</a>. &quot;We felt that we skated the program better than we did at Skate Canada,&quot; Duhamel said. &quot;Obviously theres a big mistake and thats three years in a row where we find ourselves second after the short program so I guess thats our place. We will do better in the long program and I will land a triple lutz.&quot; Competing in their first Grand Prix of the season, Russians Vera Bazarova and Yuri Larionov are in third place with 65.67. &quot;I made a mistake on the jump, which was unexpected,&quot; Bazarova said through a translator. Later, three-time world champion Patrick Chan faces rising Chinese star Yan Han. The 17-year-old Yan, the 2012 junior world champ, won the Cup of China this month. <a href="" target="_blank">Cheap NFL Jerseys</a> <a href="" target="_blank">Wholesale Jerseys</a> <a href="" target="_blank">Wholesale NFL Jerseys</a> <a href="" target="_blank">Jerseys From China</a> <a href="" target="_blank">Wholesale NFL Jerseys</a> <a href="" target="_blank">Cheap NFL Jerseys</a> <a href="" target="_blank">Cheap Jerseys</a> ' ' '

(SportsNetwork. <a href="" target="_blank">Carson Palmer Cardinals Jersey</a> .com) - The Miami Heat could be without two of their big guns when they visit the Brooklyn Nets Tuesday at the Barclays Center. Chris Bosh missed his last game with a strained calf and is out indefinitely. He leads the team with 21.6 points and 8.2 rebounds. Dwyane Wade is second on the team with 21.1 points and is questionable with an illness. The Heat have lost six of their last eight games and suffered a 93-75 setback to the Chicago Bulls on Sunday, as Wade scored 17 points in defeat. Luol Deng posted 17 points and 10 rebounds, while Mario Chalmers added 11 for Miami, which shot just 35 percent and committed 15 turnovers. Miami was outscored by a 33-16 difference in the third quarter and trailed 72-48 heading into the fourth quarter. It was a tough second half, said Heat coach Erik Spoelstra. We came out flat. That was pretty clear. The Heat are in good shape when they score 100 points, going 7-2, and have a 7-1 mark when shooting at least 50 percent from the field. They will try to improve on their 94.2 points per game average tonight in Brooklyn. After visiting the Nets, Miami will return home for seven straight games, including a matchup with former star LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers on Christmas Day. Brooklyn has won two in a row and four of its last seven games, and recorded a 114-87 victory over the Charlotte Hornets on Saturday thanks to Joe Johnsons team-leading 22 points. Johnson was one of seven players to finish with double digits in scoring, as Deron Williams posted a double-double of 18 points and 10 assists, and Alan Anderson supplied 17 points off the bench. Jarrett Jack (14), Bojan Bogdanovic (12), Cory Jefferson (11) and Mason Plumlee (11) rounded out the double-figure scorers. Plumlee grabbed 13 rebounds for Brooklyn, which shot a sizzling 58.3 percent and made 16-of-23 3-pointers. Johnson, Anderson and Bogdanovic all hit four 3-pointers and Williams three. It has been a while since we have been on the right side of a blowout, said Williams. Nets forward Mirza Teletovic (hip/facial laceration) has missed three straight games and is questionable Tuesday. He is averaging 10.7 ppg. The Nets are 5-6 at home and will visit Toronto and Cleveland next. They posted season highs in several categories against the Hornets and hope it carries over into this matchup with Miami. Brooklyn and Miami will play the second of four games this season, and the Heat posted a 95-83 road victory over the Nets on Nov. 17. Chalmers had 22 points and the Heat played without Wade and Deng. Bogdanovic posted 22 points in that one for the Nets. The Nets swept all four regular-season meetings last season against the Heat, but fell in five games during the Eastern Conference semifinals. 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Ambroses future in NASCAR with Richard Petty Motorsports remains in doubt, and he desperately needs a victory in Sundays Sprint Cup race to have any chance of making the Chase for the championship. &quot;Theres a lot at stake, a lot of stuff going on in my mind,&quot; Ambrose said. &quot;If I can repeat my performance today, Ill be happy.&quot; At least Ambrose will start from the front row alongside Jeff Gordon, so the catbird seat will be up for grabs as soon as the green flag waves. &quot;Maybe this will give him a little more incentive,&quot; Petty said. &quot;Hes just unreal. Hes doing his job, for dang sure.&quot; Joey Logano finished third, followed by Penske teammate and polesitter Brad Keselowski. Matt Kenseth was fifth as Sprint Cup drivers dominated on the speedy 2.45-mile road course. Points leader Chase Elliott finished sixth, Ty Dillon was eighth, and Regan Smith had a difficult race and came home 17th. That boosted Elliotts lead in the standings to 12 points over Smith and 13 over Dillon and Elliott Sadler, who was seventh. Ambrose led 48 laps of the 82-lap race for his fifth Nationwide victory, all on road courses and a series record. The race became intense early when Busch and Ambrose, who started together on the second row, tangled in the chicane, or inner loop, on the sixth lap. Busch drove inside of Ambrose entering the quick four-turn section, a move reminiscent of one Ambrose made when he stunned Busch in the same place in the 2009 event and went on to win the race. &quot;I looked up halfway down the back straight, he was close and he ducked out late,&quot; Ambrose said. &quot;I turned in late because I was very committed. He bumped my left rear. It wasnt intentional. He was trying to get out of the way. No harm, no foul. Just hard racing.&quot; Both spun out into a big runoff area after the contact, dropping several spots in the running order as the Penske duo of Logano and Keselowski took control. &quot;I knew it wasnt over, thats for sure,&quot; said Ambrose, his young daughters smiling as they watched in the media centre. &quot;The moment I spun out, I tried 110 per cent the rest of the way. It just goes to show you these races are never over. You cant quit.&quot; A decisive moment came just past the midpoint of the race. Logano pitted after Ambrose and zoomed onto the track as Ambrose came streaking by. Both ran side-by-side through the first two turns and into the uphill section until Ambrose edged ahead. &quot;Super important,&quot; Ambrose said. &quot;If I hadnt cleared him right there, he would have been gone. 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Busch began to close, passing Logano with less than five laps to go but never got to Ambroses back bumper. &quot;I just got caught in a bad spot early and battled back,&quot; Busch said. &quot;I tried to chase down Marcos. A few more laps maybe, but.&quot; <a href="" target="_blank">New Balance 996 Azul y Dorado</a> . Ricciardos exclusion from the results tarnished what had been a day of celebration for local fans, who were jubilant that the Red Bull driver had apparently become the first Australian to finish on the podium at his home race. 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The Calgary Stampeders draft pick, taken seventh-overall, tested positive for a banned substance prior to the draft and released a statement through the team that he will not appeal the result. &quot;I have been informed by the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) that the B sample result from an out-of-competition doping control test on Mar. 21 in Toronto has confirmed the presence of Stanozolol metabolite,” Smith said. &quot;I accept the consequences of the findings and will not be appealing. I would like to reiterate that I accept full responsibility for the result of the test. I assure everyone that it was not my intention to use a banned substance. I did not properly research the contents of supplements I obtained online and I will accept the consequences of not being as diligent and thorough as I should have been. The faullt is mine alone. <a href="" target="_blank">New Balance 996 Gris</a>. &quot;I apologize to the Canadian Football League, Canadian Interuniversity Sport, Concordia University and the Calgary Stampeders for the negative attention that has been resulted from this episode and can assure everyone that this will not happen again. I thank my family and friends for their continued support.&quot; Stampeders head coach John Hufnagel also released a statement. &quot;After speaking to the young man, I believe his explanation of what took place,” Hufnagel said. “I am confident that he has learned from his error and that he will be much more careful in the future. 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Wilson offered a surprisingly frank recap of how the situation played out. &quot;Well heres what happened,&quot; he said. &quot;In the game the other night, (Armstrong) hit Ryan Kesler and actually he cracked his toe, but that wasnt an issue. He didnt tell the trainers or the doctors yesterday that he had his bell rung. (This afternoon) he was nauseated, blurry vision, so hes got a concussion and we didnt know that until later in the afternoon. &quot;Hes going to be out however long he needs to be out now.&quot; The 29-year-old winger has missed time with a variety of ailments over the last year and a half, playing just nine games for the Maple Leafs this season. Wilson hinted that that may have played a role in his attempt to hide the concussion. &quot;Things have been going so badly for him with injuries,&quot; said the coach. It comes at a time when the concussion debate is raging again in hockey circles with a number of high-profile players on the sidelines. Philadelphia Flyers captain Chris Pronger is already done for the season while the likes of Sidney Crosby, Claude Giroux, Kris Letang, Marc Staal, Jeff Skinner and Milan Michalek remain out. Last week, agent Allan Walsh told The Canadian Press he believes the NHL is in &quot;the throes of a concussion epidemic&quot; -- a claim the NHL vehemently denied. &quot;I dont believe its a crisis, I dont believe its an epidemic,&quot; said deputy commissioner Bill Daly. &quot;Theres nothing we can do that doesnt change the game fundamentally thats going to eliminate concussions in our game. Bottom line is theyre a fact of life in a contact sport -- not just ours -- and they continue to be a fact of life.&quot; Unfortunately for Armstrong, his name has been added to the list of sufferers. Wilson indicated the player felt nauseous after riding a stationary bike on Sunday and got even more sick after participating in Mondays morning skate. The team didnt even need to put him through a concussion test to diagnose his concussion. &quot;Hes sick, threw up today and (has) a headache and blurry vision -- you dont need an imPACT test at that point,&quot; said Wilson. <a href="" target="_blank">Brad Daugherty Jersey</a> .m.---NHLBoston 3 Philadelphia 1Nashville 3 Minnesota 1Colorado 4 Dallas 3Pittsburgh 2 Montreal 1 (OT)Washington 3 Detroit 1N. <a href="" target="_blank">Authentic Richard Jefferson Jersey</a> .ca MLB Power Rankings, ahead of the Oakland As and resurgent Atlanta Braves. <a href="" target="_blank"></a> . 5 Trade Deadline is drawing closer and teams will be deciding on whether to buy or sell.ST. LOUIS -- Kyle Lohse leads the St. Louis Cardinals with 13 victories after silencing the Milwaukee Brewers runaway express. Hell be ready for his next start, whenever that is. Lohse threw six scoreless innings on eight days rest and the Cardinals got home runs from Jon Jay and Matt Holliday in the third, slicing into the Brewers formidable NL Central lead with a 4-2 victory Tuesday night. &quot;I think I said about a month ago when I started getting moved around and skipped, Id take the ball when Tony (La Russa) says its my turn and go as long as I can until he says thats enough,&quot; Lohse said. &quot;I try not to worry about all the other stuff, because then youre going to be distracted. I try not to get upset.&quot; The Brewers thought wind blowing in from centre robbed them of three homers against Lohse. But they didnt get upset, either. &quot;The elements played their part,&quot; said Nyjer Morgan, who had three hits. &quot;Its all good. well come back tomorrow and bring it to them.&quot; Lohse (13-<img src="" valign="bottom" /> gave up four hits, struck out six and walked three. He was pushed back two days behind Chris Carpenter and Jake Westbrook after giving up four runs in five innings in a win against Pittsburgh in his last start. &quot;I dont think he enjoyed it and was upset because he got bumped,&quot; manager La Russa said. &quot;But the difficulty today was that he was pitching against a good team and he did great.&quot; La Russa left shortly after the game to catch a Santana concert. Yovanni Gallardo (15-10) gave up three runs in six innings, and has allowed six home runs in 10 2-3 innings over his last two starts, both losses to the Cardinals. He gave up only three his previous seven starts combined. Gallardo dropped to 1-7 with a 5.66 ERA for his career against the Cardinals, the lone victory on May 7 in St. Louis when he took a no-hitter into the eighth of a 4-0 victory. &quot;Good or bad, you dont look at those things,&quot; Gallardo said. &quot;Every games a different game, every starts a different start. Youve just got to go out there and give your team a chance to win.&quot; Jonathan Lucroy had an RBI double in the eighth for the Brewers, who lead the Central by 9 1/2 games with 19 to play after their four-game winning streak was snapped. Corey Hart extended his hitting streak to 18 games for Milwaukee, which is a major-league best 40-16 since July 6 -- with six of the losses against the Cardinals. Hart flied out twice to the warning track in centre and Ryan Braun also flied out to the track in centre in the fifth, all against Lohse. <a href="" target="_blank">Cheap Richard Jefferson Jersey</a>. &quot;Oh yeah, we would have had a lot of runs if we were in our ballpark,&quot; Roenicke said. &quot;Braunie really crushed his, but then again Holliday hammered his ball, too. The elements sometimes work against you.&quot; Jason Motte allowed three hits and Prince Fielders RBI single in the ninth before earning his third save in six chances in a September shot at closing. The run ended a streak of 21 consecutive scoreless appearances for Motte, and also was the first earned run he allowed in 34 appearances since June 24. Fernando Salas, who has 23 saves in 28 chances, got the first two outs in the seventh. &quot;Im sorry its over, but kind of glad,&quot; Motte said. &quot;I dont have to worry about you guys coming up and asking me about it every day.&quot; Lance Berkman, who struck out three times against Gallardo the last meeting, gave the Cardinals the lead with an RBI in the first -- also his 100th career RBI against the Brewers. Jay hit his 10th homer with one out in the third and Holliday hit his 22nd just inside the right-field foul pole with two outs. &quot;The home run to Jay, that ball is far in off the plate. I threw the pitch where I wanted to and he turned on it,&quot; Gallardo said. On Hollidays homer: &quot;That ball was up. 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Got a question on rule clarification, comments on rule enforcements or some memorable NHL stories? Kerry Fraser wants to answer your emails at cmonref@tsn. <a href="" target="_blank">Clay Harbor Patriots Jersey</a> .ca! Hey Kerry, I enjoy your CMon Ref pieces. I have to ask, what is the thought process behind essentially no supplementary discipline to Shea Weber for his MMA cage match style head thump on Zetterberg? I look at what Shanahan doled out to James Wisniewski in the pre-season, a punishment that cost him over $500,000, and can do nothing but shake my head at the pat on the back (you cant even call it a slap on the wrists) that Shanahan gave to Weber. The inconsistencies coming out of Shanahans office are more puzzling every day. Whats your take? Joe FriedlMason, OH ---- Dear Mr. Fraser, This may be a bit out of the area of officiating, but I am very confused (and frustrated) regarding the penalty and fine assessed to Shea Weber for his hit on Henrik Zetterberg after the conclusion of Game 1 of the Nashville/Detroit Series. Weber pushed Zetterbergs head into the glass hard enough to break his helmet. He received a 2 minute minor assessed at the 20:00 mark of the third period, of which he served zero. Brendan Shanahan fined him $2500. After a season of enforcing hits to the head, it seems to me that the NHL is sending the message that it is acceptable because it occurred after the buzzer, because it is the playoffs, or because there was no injury. How would you have handled as an on-ice official? What about off-ice (Mr. Shanahans position)? Thanks, and keep up the great work you do in your column. Scott FurtawSaginaw, Michigan ---- Kerry, Since Im sure many people have asked you about this, Ill keep it short and simple: HOW ON EARTH WAS SHEA WEBER NOT SUSPENDED FOR TWO-HANDED SLAMMING ANOTHER PLAYERS FACE INTO THE GLASS? What kind of precedent does that send after an entire season full of suspensions and detailed video explanations as to why each punishment was or was not handed out? Especially when the purpose of the strict enforcement was to prevent cheap shots to the head? Eric Joe, Scott and Eric: There were several decisions that I made on the ice during my 30 year NHL officiating career that, upon reflection I wish I had handled differently. The decision not to suspend Shea Weber for the next game in the playoffs versus imposing the maximum allowable fine of $2,500 under the NHL-NHLPA agreement is one that perhaps both Brendan Shanahan and I would like to reverse. As I said many times when I clicked on the microphone at ice level, &quot;Upon Further Review...&quot; Whenever I judged an illegal act on the ice I attempted to properly quantify the severity of force exerted on an opponent and the resulting effect. Based on the varying degree of violence of the act and my perception of the players intent I could impose a minor, major (plus game misconduct where injury resulted) or a match penalty for a deliberate attempt to injure an opponent. When major infractions and particularly match penalties were assessed there was often a gap in time from an initial confrontation between two players that could be deemed a reflex or continuation of a battle as opposed to the calculated delivery of a severe blow that took the infraction to the highest level on my penalty meter. High on the penalty meter were dangerous and reckless decisions made by a player where sufficient space/distance and time occurred prior to contact on an opponent that was vulnerable. A few examples I might suggest that crossed the threshold for me would be Raffi Torres hit on Brent Seabrook in last years playoffs; from this season Tyler Myers hit from behind on Scott Gomez; Shane Doan elbow to the head of Jamie Benn; Duncan Keiths deliberate attempt to injure Daniel Sedin (all receiving a suspension from Shanny) and even the Milan Lucic open ice body check on Sabres goalie Ryan Miller. Many more specific plays could be cited but I hope you get the general picture as you attempt to apply your personal penalty meter. My initial take on the Shea Weber incident did not cross the threshold due to the force that was exerted. I concurred with the initial assessment on the ice and the maximum fine levied by Brendan Shanahan. As I reflect on my initial lack of sound judgment on the play I must agree that Shea Weber went beyond a typical hockey response after being slashed in the knee and then bumped from behind by Henrik Zetterberg which caused Webers head to contact the glass. His immediate hard glove punch that fortunately missed the mark and glanced off the top of Zetterbergs helmet causing Henrik to place his glove in front of his face to act as a cushion was a hockey response; albeit an illegal one. The continuation of Webers hostility toward Zetterberg cannot be construed as a hockey play once Shea cerebrally departed the ice and entered the ring by using an open palm on the back of Henriks helmet to push the Detroit players head, now cushioned by his hockey glove, into the glass. In this unprecedented turnbuckle reflex maneuver on the ice, Shea Weber did pull up on the force he could have exerted against his defenseless opponent. Putting force or lack thereof aside, what Shea Weber did was optically horrible and potentially dangerous. &quot;Upon further review&quot; I stand corrected. While Brendan Shanahan and his Player Safety Committee have made many excellent decisions (some popular - some not) in an effort to rid deliberate contact to the head and dangerous hits from the game the lack of suspension in this incident sends the wrong message. Like a missed call that many of us wish we had a &quot;do over&quot; in hindsight, I hope that you will cut Brendan Shanahan and his group some slack on this decision. Understand this is a work in progress. Not all calls are going to perfect. I attempted to learn something from everyone that I missed; no differently than this one! Scott you asked me how I would handle situations such as this on the ice and from Brendan Shanahans chair. Moving forward, if a player was to push an opponents head into the glass or onto the ice with force such as this I would assess a match penalty for deliberate attempt to injury. This would result in an automatic suspension of the player until a full review and hearing was convened. Given the current standard that has been established this season for supplementary discipline and dependent upon on the degree of violence and force exerted (in general terms) I would impose a minimum one game to a maximum five game suspension. (I say &quot;general terms&quot; because in extreme cases an open-ended suspension could be imposed). Shea Weber would have received a one-game suspension in addition to the maximum allowable fine for his inappropriate reaction and potentially dangerous response to a hit by Henrik Zetterberg. Some might suggest one playoff game would not be enough of a suspension in this case. Next season you just might be right. For now, however, I ask you to use the two-game suspension that Byron Bitz received for his lengthy run and illegal hit to Kyle Cliffords head as a comparable. While even hindsight isnt always 20-20, I think we can agree that a better message needs to be sent on this one. Get ready for more great games this Friday the 13th. Im sitting in the TSN studio and watching every one of them as they are being played. Cmon Ref!! For a personally autographed copy of Final Call from TSN hockey analyst and former NHL referee Kerry Fraser, visit The Book Keeper website. For a regular copy of Final Call from TSN hockey analyst and former NHL referee Kerry Fraser, visit here. <a href="" target="_blank">Dion Lewis Patriots Jersey</a> . Mike Babcock has turned to the Montreal Canadiens goalie over Roberto Luongo, who backed Canada to a gold medal in Vancouver in 2010, for Canadas final preliminary round game against the ailing Finns. <a href="" target="_blank">Jonathan Cooper Patriots Jersey</a> . 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But with only 11 games remaining in the regular season, Toronto (40-31) sits in third place in the Eastern Conference, 2 1/2 games ahead of the Brooklyn Nets for tops in the Atlantic Division and a postseason spot all but official. This will be the first time since 2008 that the Raptors will play in the NBAs second season. With all of the good fortunes the Dinos have seen this year, who has been most integral to the teams success? DeMar DeRozan is the face of the franchise and is one of the longest tenured members of the Raptors. The 24-year-old made his first All-Star Game this season and is leading the team in points scoring 22.7 per game. This is DeRozans fifth year in the Association and he signed a four-year deal last season to stay north of the border for the foreseeable future. Will the team only go as far as DeMar will take them? Kyle Lowry has quickly become a fan favourite in only his second season in Raptors colours. 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TORONTO – It wasnt so long ago that Nazem Kadri played the role of highly hyped prospect trying to crack the Maple Leafs roster. <a href="" target="_blank"></a> . Kadri was electric in his first NHL training camp in the fall of 2009, a flashy performer who wowed with an array of theatrics on the ice. Though he was quickly returned to juniors with the London Knights when camp concluded, Kadri would, over the course of the next two seasons and even beyond, live in the spotlight associated with a super-touted top-10 pick in the city of Toronto. Due to play in his first NHL game on Saturday, 19-year-old Morgan Rielly now finds himself occupying similar skates. Reflecting back on an experience that was not without its share of drama and outside noise, Kadri offers the following words of wisdom. &quot;Just worry about the team and yourself and what you have to do,&quot; he counseled Rielly in conversation with the Leaf Report on Friday afternoon. &quot;I think thats when you start steering yourself sideways when you start listening to what everyone else has to say outside the rink, what everyone else expects of you, what this person thinks youre going to do. Thats really just distractions he doesnt need right now.&quot; Just as it was with Kadri, the debate has been ongoing internally as to whats best for Rielly at this moment and over the long-term for his development, a season in the NHL or a trip back to junior in Moose Jaw. When training camp concluded last month, Leafs coach Randy Carlyle theorized that to say Rielly was &quot;unequivocally&quot; ready to play in the NHL &quot;is a tough question to ask and a tougher question to answer at this point&quot;. In trying to further that assessment, he and the Leafs opted to keep their promising defender when the regular season began earlier this week, the prospect of a 9-game audition on the table in October. Then under the leadership of the Brian Burke and Ron Wilson, Kadri didnt garner such a look, the flaws in his dazzling game too difficult to ignore. Outside noise in the city was rampant in the days, months and years that followed, a chorus of voices debating how the club was handling the progression of his development. Even Kadri seemed to infer last winter that he was held back by Wilson, who was replaced by Carlyle in March of 2012. &quot;It was tough for me because I did everything I could and thought I put myself in a pretty good position in order to help the team that year,&quot; Kadri said of his first training camp, during which he dazzled with three goals and five points in six games.. &quot;Obviously I had a few flaws defensively, but I thought my offensive production might be able to outweigh that and maybe the coaching staff could see through that. &quot;They decided to send me down and it wasnt a bad thing,&quot; he reflected. &quot;I went back and developed pretty well and standing here a couple years later Im glad it happened.&quot; The patient approach – which saw him bounce between the Leafs and Marlies – was eventually rewarded. The now 22-year-old centre was a standout for the better part of 2013, ending the year with 44 points in 48 games. Jake Gardiner was a different case, but also suitably hyped when he was pried from Anaheim in the Joffrey Lupul-Francois Beauchemin swap. He arrived at training camp in the fall of 2011 as a long-shot to crack the Leafs roster, but wowed the organization as a 21-year-old and stormed his way to all-rookie team honours. Handling the pressure associated with being the next big thing, Gardiner – still finding his place in his third NHL season – said expectations in his own mind were always held in check. &quot;He seems like a pretty relaxed kid,&quot; Gardiner told the Leaf Report of Rielly, &quot;and thats how I went into it too. &quot;I wasnt expected to make the team right away so I dont think I felt much pressure. I just kind of rolled with it once I started playing well and kept going.&quot; &quot;There is a lot of expectation,&quot; he continued, &quot;but hes still young so I dont think theres too much pressure on him.&quot; Rielly sat in the press-box for the opening two games of the regular season, but with Mark Fraser sidelined for up to a month with a left knee injury, an opportunity opened for him to get his first look against the Senators in the Leafs home opener on Saturday. The clock will starting ticking on his audition – one year of his entry-level contract will be burned after 9 games. What looms for the organization is an opportunity to assess whether he is, in fact, ready to play in the NHL as a teenager. Though they will likely exercise the utmost patience with their top young asset, the Leafs do believe his game could translate right away, Riellys cerebral nature and easy flow on skates among his more prominent traits. &quot;He plays the game with his head and his legs and his hands,&quot; Carlyle said of Rielly ahead of the Saturday tilt, his Leafs sitting a perfect 2-0-0 to start the season. &quot;Hes got all three assets that separate him from other people in his age-group. &quot;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 so I dont know what more I can say that doesnt put an exclamation point on the type of player he is and what he can be.&quot; As to the expectations of his debut? &quot;Just go out and play,&quot; Gardiner advised, &quot;do your thing.&quot; <a href="" target="_blank"></a> . - Even on a night when the play was hampered by choppy ice, the puck still seems to find Joe Pavelski and he keeps finding the net. <a href="" target="_blank"></a> . 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LOS ANGELES -- After being thoroughly outplayed for over 40 minutes, the Los Angeles Clippers fought back. <a href="" target="_blank">DeMarco Murray Titans Jersey</a> . Leading the way was a player not known for coming up big in the clutch. Darren Collison scored eight of his 18 points in the final 2:58, rallying the Clippers past the Oklahoma City Thunder 101-99 on Sunday to tie the Western Conference semifinal series 2-2. &quot;Even though we didnt play well throughout the game, we were able to get a win,&quot; Collison said. &quot;That feels more impressive than anything we did.&quot; Russell Westbrook, who scored 27 points, missed a 3-pointer and Serge Ibakas tip attempt was too late at the buzzer, allowing the Clippers to salvage a game they trailed until the final 1:23. &quot;It was a good look,&quot; Westbrook said. &quot;Just didnt go in.&quot; Blake Griffin led Los Angeles with 25 points, making 9 of 11 free throws. Jamal Crawford added 18 points. DeAndre Jordan had 14 rebounds, helping the Clippers win the boards, 45-43 -- the first time in 11 playoff games the Thunder were outrebounded. &quot;We just willed this one. We found a way,&quot; said Chris Paul, who had 23 points and 10 assists. Kevin Durant scored 40 points, hitting 15 of 18 free throws, for the Thunder. &quot;We let this one slip away,&quot; he said. &quot;We could have took control of the series.&quot; Game 5 is Tuesday night in Oklahoma City. &quot;We were almost on the mat and we got off of it. We didnt get pinned,&quot; Clippers coach Doc Rivers said. &quot;Theyre seething right now. They had an opportunity to go up 3-1 and now its an even series.&quot; It was the 14th comeback -- and largest yet -- by the Clippers this season after trailing by double digits. They rallied from 12 points down in the second quarter of Game 7 to oust Golden State in the first round. &quot;This is one of the best ones yet,&quot; Paul said. &quot;Darren Collison was amazing. You just got to love a guy like that who plays with so much heart and never gives up.&quot; The Clippers had no answer for Durant and Westbrook until midway through the fourth quarter. That dynamic duo drove the lane with abandon, drew fouls and made free throws in leading the Thunder to an early 22-point lead. Durants three-point play early in the fourth extended the Thunders lead to 15 points, and they were still up by 10 with 7:44 to go. But the comeback Clippers were not to be denied. &quot;Everybody kept telling each other, Chip away, chip away,&quot; Griffin said. &quot;That was kind of our mentality for the rest of the game. We just kept fighting.&quot; The Clippers stole a page out of the Thunders playbook, switching to a smaller lineup that included Collison and Danny Granger, who helped disrupt the Thunders rebounding late. Paul willed his team back into it, scoring six straight points to get the Clippers within six. Griffin, who was saddled with five fouls, made three of four free throws before Collison got hot. &quot;The whole time Im thinking, We cant be down 3-1, we just cant be down 3-1 going to Oklahoma,&quot; Collison said. With the game tied at 97, Collison scored the Clippers final four points on layups. Crawford passed to a streaking Collison for a fast-break conversion on the second one for a 101-97 lead with 32 seconds left. Westbrook scored for the Thunder, but after Griffin missed, Westbrook did too to end the game. &quot;Did that really just happen?&quot; a still stunned Crawford said. Paul missed all five of his shots in the third, when Griffin picked up three fouls to give him five, and Crawford and Jordan each got their third. Ibaka, who shot 9 of 10 in the Thunders Game 3 win, got his fourth foul, along with Westbrook in the third. The Clippers came as close as eight points before Reggie Jacksons 3-pointer beat the shot clock to keep the Thunder ahead 75-63 going into the fourth. The Thunder had the Clippers on their heels from the opening tip, with Oklahoma City shooting 65 per cent in building a 22-point lead. Oklahoma City outscored the Clippers 32-15 in the first; the fewest points theyve allowed in a quarter of a playoff game. NOTES: NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, who banned Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life and fined him $2.5 million after recordings of him making racist comments surfaced, attended the game, sitting next to Magic Johnson. Johnson tweeted on April 26 that he would never go to a Clippers game again while Sterling remains the owner. ... Johnson and boxer Floyd Mayweather have each made noises about being interested in owning the Clippers. ... Dick Parsons, whom Silver appointed as interim CEO of the Clippers, will be in town Monday. ... 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The team responded with a thrilling performance and two superb individual goals from Santi Cazorla and Aaron Ramsey, beating Liverpool 2-0 and moving five points clear at the top of the table on Saturday. Cazorlas goal to open the scoring was a symbol of Arsenals determination and resolve to prove their critics wrong. Mikel Arteta released Bacary Sagna down the right in the 19th minute and the full backs excellent cross was headed firmly onto the post by Cazorla. The Spanish midfielder didnt give up, collecting the rebound and volleying into the upper left corner. Arsenal sealed the victory in the 59th when Ramsey received a clipped pass from Mesut Ozil, dribbled forward and patiently waited for the ball to bounce up in front of him before unleashing a thunderous shot that dipped over the outstretched hand of Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet. &quot;It was an important win for the team, for the club,&quot; Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said. &quot;I dont think anyone will dispute we deserved to win today.&quot; The match was a big test for Arsenal because critics believed the team moved to the league summit against relatively easy opposition. Liverpool was in second place going into the match and now sits third, behind Chelsea on an inferior goal difference. In their previous two home games, the Gunners faced strong opposition and lost both games -- to Borrussia Dortmund in the Champions League group stage and to Chelsea in the League Cup. After those defeats, some said Arsenal would wither against its main rivals like Liverpool. &quot;We needed to respond today,&quot; Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said. &quot;It was important to convince people that you can win the big games and to do in a convincing fashion.&quot; Wenger was especially pleased with the clean sheet and how the team defended, shutting down the dangerous strike partnership of Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge. &quot;Our defensive performance was outstanding,&quot; he said. Arsenals league foorm has been stellar since losing the opening match to Aston Villa, with the London club winning eight and drawing one. <a href="" target="_blank">Earl Campbell Titans Jersey</a>. . Up until Cazorlas goal, the teams were engaged in a midfield battle and neither gained a foothold in front of 60,000 spectators at Emirates Stadium. Liverpool pressed high up the pitch, but Arsenal managed to stifle the visitors rhythm and was content to build from the back. Cazorlas goal invigorated Arsenal and the home team began to surge forward. The midfielder nearly scored a second but a flying save from Mignolet denied him. Sturridge had the only meaningful chance of the first half for the visitors, but his weak, 20-yard shot was easily caught by Wojciech Szczesny. But Liverpool started the second half brightly, with Suarez creating danger on several occasions. Liverpool had a chance for a late consolation goal, but Suarez chose to shoot across the face of goal instead of setting up strike partner Sturridge at the far post and the Uruguayans effort missed. &quot;It was a game they (Arsenal) deserved to win,&quot; Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers said. &quot;They had the greater control. Were disappointed with the two goals we conceded.&quot; Rodgers only grievance was a chance in the first half. Suarez took a quick free kick after being fouled by Sagna, which released Sturridge, who crossed to Jordan Henderson for an easy tap-in. But the referee disallowed the goal, pulled play back and cautioned Sagna. The Liverpool manager spoke after the match with the referee, who told him he had to stop play to book Sagna. &quot;I dont agree with it, but overall I thought the referee did a good job,&quot; Rodgers said. Arsenals next two fixtures are tough ones, away matches against Dortmund and Manchester United. Midfielder Jack Wilshere missed Saturdays match with an inflamed ankle and it wasnt clear if he would be ready for Wednesdays clash against Dortmund. Liverpool was missing right back Glen Johnson. 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TORONTO - Add two more Blue Jays to the clubs growing list of players whose seasons have come to an early end. <a href="" target="_blank">Nike Air Max 90 Premium Uk</a> . Edwin Encarnacion, bothered by a sore left wrist for parts of the season, requires surgery with an expected recovery time of two months. He expects to be ready for spring training. &quot;Its not a good feeling anytime I have to get surgery but Im happy because Im going to get it done and I know that its been bothering me a lot, every swing I make,&quot; he said. &quot;I just want to get it done.&quot; Reliever Brett Cecil, whose arm problems began with a tired shoulder in July and morphed into elbow pain by mid-August, will have a precautionary MRI and wont pitch again this year. Cecil was quick to attack the elephant in the room – he doesnt anticipate having to undergo Tommy John ligament replacement surgery. &quot;I dont react to any of the ligament tests where if something was wrong with the ligament it would, you know, I would feel it and I havent felt that,&quot; said Cecil. &quot;Everything right now points to just nerve inflammation, which is good in the sense that its not something else but the doctor also told me its bad in the way that the nerves getting irritated because its being overworked because everything else is tired.&quot; Encarnacion missed four games earlier this month – the series finale in Minnesota and last weeks series against the Angels – due to wrist pain. He returned against the Orioles, hoping to achieve at least one outstanding goal – back to back 40-home run seasons. &quot;I tried to finish with our team, playing our season and tried to make it to 40 home runs,&quot; said Encarnacion. &quot;I wanted to get it two years in a row but the way Im feeling I couldnt make it. I feel good with my season and I hope next year we come back playing better and for this time of the year next year try to be in the playoffs. Thats my goal.&quot; Encarnacion finishes the season with 36 home runs and an OPS of .904. He walked 82 times and struck out on only 62 occasions. An avid watcher of video, he tutored Brett Lawrie, helping the young third baseman better identify pitchers tendencies. He has similarly worked with Moises Sierra since Sierras recall from Buffalo. A quiet leader, at least publicly, Encarnacion admitted frustration that for a 19th-straight season the Blue Jays arent playing important baseball in September. &quot;Its hard for us, the way we played this year,&quot; he said. &quot;Its not a good feeling for me or for any other player because at this time we wanted to be fighting for that spot. Its hard for us to be like this right now but we just have to come back next year ready to show that we can do it.&quot; Cecils numbers and his workload reflect the health of his arm. In 41 first-half games - a time when manager John Gibbons had no choice but to overwork his bullpen due to shoddy starting pitching - Cecil worked 46 1/3 innings, striking out 55 and posting an ERA of 1.94 and a WHIP of 0.971. He paid the price after the All-Star break. Since then Cecil has appeared in only 19 games, just 14 1/3 innings, with an ERA of 5.65 and a WHIP of 1.535 while battling shoulder fatigue and the pain in his elbow. 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