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Ayesva 12 Şubat 2019'da vizyona girmiş bir haber sitesidir. Türkiye'de gelişen internet 'macerası' ile Ayesva'nın da bu internet macerasında payı olması gerektiğini düşünüyoruz. Teknoloji, oyun, otomotiv, mobil, dizi ve film gibi bir çok kategoriye sahibiz. Gelişen bir siteyle birlikte sizlere her gün bilgiler sunmaya da devam ediyoruz. Ayesva burada da sınırlı kalmayarak gelecekte bir çok oyun sektöründeki ufak şirketlerin de reklamı ile değişik bir konsepte adım atacak. Sitede ilk olarak amaçlarımız haberler değil güncel oyunların tanıtımları, teknolojik aletlerinin incelenmesi ve eğlenceli YouTube videoları ile ziyaretçilerimize siteyi sevdirmek ve değişik bir konsept sunmaktır. Yazarlık başvurusu ile beraber potansiyeli olan arkadaşlarımızı web deneyimini öğretmek ve şayet ekibimizden ayrılırsa Türkiye'de değişik hizmetler sunmasını sağlamaktır, yazarlık başvurularında deneyime bakmıyoruz; Türkçe dilimizin kullanımına, iletişimine ve yarı yarıya yabancı dil bilmesine bakıyoruz. Genellikle teknoloji haberlerimizi BBC ve ABC gibi haber sitelerinden alıyor bunları Türkçe'ye çevirerek sizlere ilk sunmaya çalışıyoruz, bu yüzden de malesef İngilizce yarı yarıya şart.
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When it was finally time for the Tiger-Cats lineman to take his position behind the Jeopardy! podium, the Ticats twitter and former teammates showed him support and advertised his game show appearance. Abraham Almonte Jersey . Peter Dyakowski is on Jeopardy. Right now. For real. — Hamilton Tiger-Cats (@Ticats) June 3, 2014 Peter on Jeopardy!!! @PeterDyakowski pic.twitter.com/EKBkafYtpA — Marwan Hage (@marwanhage) June 3, 2014Everything was going well for Dyakowski early when Trebek showed love for his football team… Alex Trebek tells Peter Dyakowski the @Ticats are his fave team. How nice! #Jeopardy #HamOnt — Carly Conway (@carlyconwayCHCH) June 3, 2014But when the game began, Dyakowski found himself in an early hole and was being poked fun at by viewers (twitter can be so cruel). The CFL lineman on #jeopardy has only gotten one question right and it was about pie. Cc @jon_bois — Drew (@ScattyLight) June 3, 2014In Final Jeopardy!, Trebek posed an answer about college mascots… something a former college football star may know a thing or two about, right? Bonus point for the first correct answer to this final Jeopardy question! pic.twitter.com/0WOeTJYju1 — Mrs. Truskin (@MrsTruskin) June 4, 2014Wrong. Maybe it was the wrong final Jeopardy answer but always right in my heart. GO @CUSE! @SyracuseU pic.twitter.com/sRo5jYlnMK — Stephen Hass (@StephenHass) June 3, 2014What is the Penn Quakers was the correct response.Dyakowski was a good sport about his poor showing on Jeopardy! and didnt seem too upset after the show. Well, the good thing about being in a slump on @Jeopardy is that it doesnt last very long! — Peter Dyakowski (@PeterDyakowski) June 4, 2014Good thing, because his teammates are already poking fun at him for his Jeopardy! blunder. The boys are already having fun with it! I found some of my more "creative" answers on my locker. #Jeopardy #Ticats pic.twitter.com/nm3lpd6cv8 — Peter Dyakowski (@PeterDyakowski) June 4, 2014Jeopardy! wasnt Dyakowskis first game show experience, as he won Canadas Smartest Person in 2012. George Brett Jersey . Down 2-1 after Rick Nash scored on a penalty shot, the Oilers ran off four unanswered goals in the remainder of the second period on the way to a 6-3 victory on Sunday. Michael Saunders Jersey . The Brazilian international goalkeeper was beaten twice in the first 12 minutes of his Reds debut in a 3-1 preseason loss to Columbus Crew in Florida earlier this week. http://www.royalsteamproshop.com/Royals-...ds-Jersey/ . LOUIS -- Joe Thornton and the San Jose Sharks won the matchup of unbeaten teams. DETROIT -- The Detroit Red Wings have placed Patrick Eaves on waivers. The move was made Thursday, giving teams in the league a day to claim the 29-year-old forward. Detroit coach Mike Babcock says the Red Wings hope Eaves gets a chance to play regularly for another team. Babcock says theres nothing wrong with Eaves on or off the ice, adding that he does everythinng right. Wily Peralta Jersey. Eaves played in just three of 19 games this season and hasnt scored a goal or made an assist. The Red Wings signed him to $3.6 million, three-year contract in 2011 after giving him one-year deals in 2009 and 2010. The Red Wings also assigned forward Jordin Tootoo and defenceman Xavier Ouellet to the AHLs Grand Rapids Griffins. ' ' ' 

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Everything came together for Andy Murray as he proved too classy for the King of Clay Rafa Nadal on his home dirt again, says Annabel Croft. Boog Powell Jersey . The British world No 2 remains on course to defend his Madrid Open title after beating Nadal in straight sets in their semi-final on Saturday.Murray, whose only previous victory on clay against the nine-time French Open champion came in last years Madrid final, silenced the home fans inside the Caja Magica with a 7-5 6-4 win in two hours and 11 minutes. Murray defeated Nadal 7-5 6-4 to book his place in the Madrid Open final And Sky Sports tennis expert Croft felt that Murray learned his lesson from his semi-final defeat to Nadal in Monte Carlo last month and was noticeably calmer as he gained sweet revenge to reach Sundays final.He clearly looked at the tapes from Monte Carlo and learned that he could not afford to let anything or any outside distractions get in the way, Croft told Sky Sports 3. There were so many moments when you felt that Nadal had opportunities - 13 break points obviously - but other opportunities to maybe swing the momentum of the match as he had done in Monte Carlo, but each time Andy was able to raise the bar and push him back. Murray marches past Nadal Andy Murray reaches Madrid Open final after beating Rafa Nadal He said himself he used his forehand exceptionally well. You see the height differences Andy puts on the ball and the way he pushed Nadal back further behind the baseline and up high onto the backhand.And then the way he can flatten out the backhand and accelerate through the court. The sliced backhand that can draw his opponent in, but its hit low as well. There are so many elements to his game, I mean he can win points in so many different ways, but today everything came together. Annabel Croft on Andy Murray There are so many elements to his game, I mean he can win points in so many different ways, but today everything came together.He really is such a formidable player, but he was [also] mentally strong today. Murray is congratulated on his victory by Nadal Watch the Madrid Open final on Sky Sports 3 HD from 5.30pm - your home of tennisBy purchasing a Sky Sports Day Pass for £6.99 or Sky Sports Week Pass for £10.99, you can enjoy access to all seven Sky Sports channels and watch on a TV with a NOW TV Box or on a range of devices. Also See: Murray marches past Nadal As it happened Tennis on Sky Get a NOW TV pass Terry Steinbach Jersey . It has been eleven years, eight months, and 261 days since I played my last CFL game. Joe Morgan Jersey .1 Sam Stosur will meet Germanys second-ranked player Andrea Petkovic in the opening match of the Fed Cup World Group semifinal. http://www.athleticsrookiestore.com/Athl...ds-Jersey/ . Of all the names out there who could realistically be dealt by Wednesdays deadline, Ryan Kesler remains No. 1 on the most desired list. And while were not sure if theyre any closer to a deal, we now have a defined price.We are at that point of the NFL season that reality has arrived. Each team has played at least 10 games and after this much time and this much football, each organization realizes they are either refining, retooling or rebuilding. 1. Refining - Youre in the hunt for the playoffs and from week to week just trying to improve a little bit to make a big difference. 2. Re-tooling - Youre a good team but not great. You still have problems and aspirations but to conquer the problem and reach the aspirations, a specific change still has to happen.3. Rebuilding - Youre not a playoff team and the talent level is the reason why. Just not good enough. AFC  East - At 7-3, New England is going to win the division. Truth is, they should be 8-2 as Luke Kuechly interfered in the end zone. To me, Buffalo and the Jets are refining. Both depend on continued progressive improvement of their quarterbacks, EJ Manuel in Buffalo and Geno Smith in New York. Miami is rebuilding. At 5-5, they are tied with the Jets for second but must look at themselves inside and out before they will be a championship team. AFC North - The Bengals are on their way. At 7-4, they should win the division and being undefeated at home, all games have meaning for the rest of the season. At 4-6, Cleveland, Pittsburgh and even Baltimore are rebuilding. To become a wild card team, each of the three must win their six remaining games to get at least 10 wins. Very unlikely. AFC South - The Colts are going to win the division and nobody in the AFC South is going to catch them. Tennessee has four wins and no Jake Locker. Houston has two wins and no quarterback consistency. And with one win, Jacksonville just doesnt want to be relocated to Los Angles or London. All three are rebuilding for 2014. AFC West - This is a very interesting division as the 4-6 Chargers could be one team to end up 10-6 and in the playoffs. Kansas City and Denver are on their way, especially the 9-1 Broncos are close to being at Sports Authority Field (Mile High Stadium) through out the playoffs. There are two competitive obstacles and hurdles in the next two weeks (at New England and at Kansas City). Oakland is an unknown, rebuilding team but by the end of this year, their salary cap problems should be behind them and that is significant. NFC East - I would not be surprised at all if the Eagles won the division with the Giants a close second. Philadelphia has found a quarterback in Nick Foles and this week is their bye week. With five games to go, the Eagles control their football destiny. The Giants have very quietly won four in a row and iff they can beat Dallas this week, they can catch up significantly in head-to-head division games. Dennis Eckersley Jersey. Dallas is running out of healthy players on defence. Of the 11 penciled in as starters during training camp, the Cowboys may have only four left depending on linebacker Sean Lee. Washington is 3-7 with San Francisco up next. If they win the next six games, that means a 9-7 record and no playoffs. All four teams in the NFC East are rebuilding but someone has to win the division! NFC North - The only team that is rebuilding in this division is the Vikings. At 2-8, they are looking at a quarterback in the draft and how to keep Adrian Peterson effective for a few more years. In Green Bay, the question is how fast can Aaron Rodgers recover from a broken Collerbone? Problem is, that if he does not make it back soon, the 5-5 Packers could be close to out of the playoffs. Detriot and Chicago are the unknowns. Both are just refining from week to week and when you compare schedules, both are relatively easy. With the unknown of Rodgers health, this division is an unknown, but I lean to the Lions to win it all. NFC South - Its a two-team race between the Saints and Panthers. The two key dates are the head-to-head matchups December 8 at New Orleans and December 22 at Carolina. The Panthers are only one game behind the Saints and have won two close games over the 49ers and Patriots. Both are playoff teams that may be playing their best right now. Atlanta will be back when they get all their starters back. Next year will be a bounce back season but this season is done at 2-8. Tampa Bay is improving and as crazy as it may sound to some, I would not fire head coach Greg Schiano. He has his quarterback in Mike Glennon and will have his top running back Doug Martin and top guard Carl Nicks back next year. And Darrelle Revis will have a second recovery year under his knee. Stay the course if youre the Bucs. NFC West - The only team that is rebuilding in this division is St. Louis and outside of quarterback not even that much. With Percy Harvin back and only one close loss in Indianapolis, Seattle is close to rapping up the division soon. The Seahawks at home for two playoff games is lethal. They still have three tough games left(at New 0rleans, the 49ers and an improving Arizona team), but the Seahawks are looking good in December. The 49ers are up and down and the Cardinals have to win on defence. All of the top three teams are refining and improving. What was a poor division when the Seahawks made the playoffs at 7-9 is now one of the strongest. ' ' ' 

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Kevin De Bruynes Chelsea tenure appears to be a short one. Paul ONeill Jersey . According to reports in England, the 22-year-old Belgian international is on the verge of a move back to the Bundesliga, this time with fifth-place Wolfsburg. De Bruyne joined Chelsea in 2012 from Genk, but spent last season on loan at Werder Bremen and has only made five starts for Chelsea. It is believed that De Bruynes pending deal with Wolfsburg would be for five years. Chelsea is then expected to focus on bringing Serbian midfielder Nemanja Matic back to Stamford Bridge. The 25-year-old Matic was sold by Chelsea to Benfica in 2011 as a makeweight in the transfer of David Luiz. Greg Bird Jersey . -- Kenneth Faried made a turnaround hook shot over Draymond Green with a half-second remaining, and the Denver Nuggets made Golden State wait at least one more game to secure a playoff berth with a stunning 100-99 win over the Warriors on Thursday night. Aaron Hicks Jersey . Watch the announcement live on TSN.ca at 12:30pm et/9:30am pt. This years honourees will be recognized at the 2014 Hockey Canada Foundation Celebrity Classic, scheduled for June 23-24 in Vancouver. http://www.yankeesrookiestore.com/Yankee...ds-Jersey/ . A police inspector told The Associated Press the crane operator is not yet suspected of any wrongdoing but is considered a key witness to the accident at the Arena Corinthians.TORONTO -- The Toronto Blue Jays power numbers have been impressive during their seven-game winning streak that has taken them to the top of the American League East standings. Theyre also doing the little things right and it paid off in a 10-5 win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday night. Bunt singles, hustle plays, slick defence, outfield assists -- the Blue Jays are doing it all while keeping the long ball in their arsenal. Edwin Encarnacion, Steve Tolleson and Dioner Navarro hit solo homers and Toronto (30-22) pounded out 16 hits in the opener of a three-game series on a muggy night at Rogers Centre. "They just put the heavy gloves on and beat us up tonight," said Rays manager Joe Maddon. The Blue Jays jumped out to a 2-0 lead after opening with five straight hits on Canadian starter Erik Bedard (2-3). Tampa Bay (23-29) did some damage against Toronto starter Drew Hutchison (4-3) but could never move into the lead. Every time the Rays scored, the Blue Jays were quick to answer. When Tampa Bay tied the game in the third inning, Navarro and Tolleson responded with back-to-back homers in the fourth. When the Rays pulled even again in the fifth, Toronto put four more runs on the board in the bottom half before Encarnacion added an insurance run with a solo shot in the sixth inning. With the win, Toronto remained two games ahead of second-place New York in the A.L. East. The Yankees defeated St. Louis 6-4 in 12 innings. The Blue Jays have won seven of their last eight home games and 12 of their last 14 games overall. "When things are going good, theyre going good," said Toronto manager John Gibbons. It was Encarnacions 13th homer this month, breaking Jose Bautistas club record for home runs in the month of May that was set in 2010. Melky Cabrera chipped in with three hits, while Brett Lawrie of Langley, B.C., Navarro and Kevin Pillar added two hits apiece. "It was just not enough," Maddon said. "They kept adding on. They have such a good lineup and when the bottom (of the order) contributes like they did today, it makes it even more difficult." The Blue Jays showed their mix of skill and power in the first inning. A bunt single, double and three straight singles got the crowd of 15,616 into the game early. David DeJesus hit a solo shot for Tampa Bay in the third and James Loney later drove in Evan Longoria with a sacrifice fly. The Rays loaded the bases but Tolleson showed his range at second base by cuutting off a sharp grounder by Cole Figueroa and making an off-balance throw to first for the third out. C.C. Sabathia Jersey. Toronto responded in the fourth inning by hitting back-to-back homers for the third time this season. The Blue Jays also used a little small ball to push another run across. Pillar reached on an infield single and moved to second when Anthony Gose dropped down a nice sacrifice bunt. Reyes moved Pillar to third on a grounder to the right side of the infield and Cabrera drove him in with a single. In the fifth, Tampa Bays Matt Joyce hit a one-out double and cleanup hitter Desmond Jennings followed with his fifth homer of the season. Loney tied the game with a solo shot -- the first time the Rays have hit back-to-back homers this year. Toronto responded with four runs in the bottom half of the frame. Encarnacion and Lawrie hit back-to-back doubles and Navarro added an RBI single to make it 7-5, knocking Bedard out of the game. Alex Colome came on in relief and didnt fare much better. He walked pinch-hitter Juan Francisco and got Pillar to fly out before being burned by the speedy Gose, who out-hustled Colome to the bag on a slow chopper to the right side. Reyes drew a bases-loaded walk and Cabrera drove in Francisco with a sacrifice fly. Encarnacion led off the Toronto half of the sixth by turning on a 2-2 pitch from Colome. Entering the game, the Toronto slugger led the major leagues in homers in May, was tied for first with 17 extra-base hits and was second with 25 RBIs. Cabrera and Gose each chipped in with an outfield assist. Pillar also showed off his defensive skill in right field by making a nice sliding catch at the warning track to prevent Longoria from driving in a couple of runs. Hutchison allowed seven hits, five earned runs and four walks. Bedard, from Navan, Ont., gave up 12 hits, seven earned runs and struck out a pair. Notes: The game took two hours 58 minutes to play. ... Bautista owns the club record for most homers in a month with 14 in June 2012. ... Toronto leads the major leagues with 55 homers. The Blue Jays have gone deep in nine straight games. ... Toronto left-hander Mark Buehrle (8-1) is scheduled to start Tuesday night against right-hander Alex Cobb (1-0). ... The Blue Jays will close out their 10-game homestand later this week with a four-game series against the Kansas City Royals. ... For Tampa Bay, it was the first game of a nine-day, eight-game road swing that will continue with stops in Boston and Miami. ' ' ' 

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The new Barclays Premier League season gets underway on Saturday and prior to the first kick, TSN. Gregory Polanco Jersey .ca presents a week long look at some of the teams and stories that will shape the up coming campaign. Take a look at the biggest new face on each of the top divisions 20 rosters. Some teams (Chelsea) have done more and spent freer than others (Aston Villa), but everyone has at least one new name to learn. Heres the rundown of the biggest off-season additions. Important note: the transfer window remains open, so the following 20 teams are all just one move away from overshadowing everything they`ve done so far this summer. Arsenal: The Gunners liked what they saw in the World Cup, dropping 35 million pounds on Chilean striker Alexis Sanchez. The 25-year-old moves to London from a crowded Barcelona attack that completed its South American triumvirate, adding Luis Suarez to the existing dynamic duo of Lionel Messi and Neymar. Sanchez poured in 21 goals and set up an additional 15 in 54 total appearances with the Catalonians last season. The Gunners also made a solid future investment in doling out over 15 million euros for Saints defender Calum Chambers. Aston Villa: Somehow, the spendthrift Lions response to a 15th-place finish was to make money on the transfer market. The biggest name coming in is former England international Joe Cole who saw 25 games between the Premiership and the League Cup last season with West Ham. The 32-year-old missed a good spell with a hamstring injury last season, but cost the club nothing. Burnley: The Championship runners-up have marked their first Premiership appearance since 2009-10 with a couple fresh faces for the stiffer competition. The costliest of the newbies is Middleborough/Bolton striker Lukas Jutkiewicz. The 25-year-old finished admirably with the Wanderers in the Championship last season, netting seven times in 20 games on loan. Chelsea: With all due respect to the return of all-time-great Didier Drogba, the biggest impact Chelsea made this off-season was adding the very player that helped end their Champions League run last season. At 32 million quid, the Stamford Bridge faithful wont like remembering how Diego Costas season ended (seven minutes into the Champions Final derby against Real) but will welcome his 36 combined competition goals and the fact that he will lessen the teams occasional need to turn to certain other high-priced, enigmatic Spaniard. Oh, yeah, there`s also the not-so-small addition of Cesc Fabregas. Crystal Palace: The Eagles emerged like a Phoenix from a first half spent almost entirely in the relegation zone to earn their best finish since the foundation of the Premier League at 11th. So why mess with a winning-ish formula, right? Palace added few new faces for the coming season, the biggest of which coming in the form of 26-year-old striker Frazier Campbell. Palace plucked him from the Championship-bound Cardiff City. Campbell netted nine in 39 total appearances last season, but only cost 900,000 pounds. Everton: The Merseysiders look ahead to this season with the task of proving they can stay ahead of the likes of Spurs and Manchester United. The team took a step towards trying to achieve that in ensuring full-time hours out of the temporary addition that made 2013-14 such a success, Romelu Lukaku. Everton paid Chelsea 28 million pounds for the Belgian striker who scored 15 BPL goals on loan last season. The team also added some Championship pedigree with two-time Premiership winner Gareth Barry coming over from City on a free transfer. Hull: The Tigers picked off the carcass of the relegated Norwich City squad, adding 26-year-old Scottish winger Robert Snodgrass. The former Leeds captain netted seven times in 34 appearances with the Canaries last season. Keeping him in the Premiership cost the Tigers seven million pounds, while the team dropped an additional eight on giving Jake Livemore a permanent home. Leicester City: The reigning Championship, errr, champions made just one move that cost them anything this off-season, bringing in Argentine striker Leonardo Ulloa from Brighton & Hove. Ulloa has proven he can score at the secondary level, topping the Spanish Segunda Division in 2011-12 and notching 23 goals in 50 collective appearances with Brighton since 2013. The Foxes also took a shot on 19-year-old Manchester United cast-off midfielder Jack Barmby. Liverpool: Believe it or not, Liverpool wound up in the red this off-season in terms of transfer spending, despite netting 75 million quid for Luis Suarez. They used that money largely on the Benficas Lazar Markovic and a Southampton pair: midfielder Adam Lallana and defender Dejan Lovren. However, the biggest name they plucked from the Saints was also the cheapest in the form of 32-year-old striker Rickie Lambert. The Reds dont appear to be slowing their spending, either, paying up an additional 12 million pounds for Alberto Moreno on Wednesday. Manchester City: Hampered by financial fair play penalties, it seemed like the Citizens werent going to make the big splash their fans have become accustomed to. Then they went and dropped 32 million pounds on Porto defender Eliaquim Mangala. They may also have found value through a club they partly own. Frank Lampard is on his way to the Big Apple with New York FC for the 2014-15 MLS season, but until that time, hell wear a lighter blue than hes used to at the Etihad, with City paying his wages while hes in Manchester. The Champs will still get six months worth out of Chelseas all-time scorer in addition to the signings of Arsenal right back Bacary Sagna and Brazilian holding midfielder Fernando. Manchester United: On the heels of their worst season in a quarter-century, United clearly identified defence as a key weakness. Out are long-standing trio Nemanja Vidic, Patrice Evra and Rio Ferdinand and in are young Saints back Luke Shaw (who will miss about a month with a hamstring) in addition to Atletico Bilbao midfielder Ander Herrera. But the Red Devils seem to have their sights set on just about everyone under Louis van Gaal (Marcus Rojo being the latest high profile target linked to the Red Devils), so just Google the team daily for more possible additions until the window closes. Newcastle United: After a surprising 2013-14 season that saw Newcastle as high as fifth in the table at one point, the 10th-place club did some work on its attack this off-season adding a host of players from some of Europes top teams outside the top four leagues. In comes Ajax midfield/striker Siem de Jong, Montpellier middleman Remy Cabella, right back Daryl Janmaat, Monaco striker Emmanuel Rivière and striker Facundo Ferreyra from Ukrainian side Shakhtar Donetsk. Net cost: 29 million pounds. Thats a lot of options, lets see how it shakes down on-field. Queens Park Rangers: QPR is back in the top flight after winning promotion via a playoff and Harry Redknapps approach to ensuring they stay up this time is to work on his back line. Incoming are one defender he helped get started and one he watched in his prime Premiership years. Former Spurs centre back Steven Caulker heads to QPR from Championship-bound Cardiff while Rio Ferdinand will be out of red for the first time since 2002 with the Rangers on a one-year deal. Southampton: The Saints made a lot of money this summer. Despite adding Eredivisie pair Dusan Tadic and Graziano Pelle and giving the net to Celtic keeper Fraser Forster, Southampton bid adieu to a lot of fixture faces. Most notable amongst those gone are Rickie Lambert, Luke Shaw, Adam Lallana and Dejan Lovren. The team made roughly 80 million pounds, but will it cost them a chance at repeating in the top half of the table? Stoke City: After a successful top-half finish, Stoke took a finders-keepers approach to spending this off-season, adding a pair of free transfers to complement buys on both their front and back ends. Sunderland man Phil Bardsley joins young Brazilian centre back Dionatan Teixeira while Senegalese striker Mame Diouf joins three million pound purchase Bojan Krkic up front. The 23-year-old Spanish striker is an interesting add, having previously shown goal-scoring form in his late teens and early 20s with Barcelona. Sunderland: Sunderland was another team looking for a boost from the defending champs as they paid an estimated 10 million pounds for City midfielder Jack Rodwell. Sure, he only appeared in 10 games with the club across all competitions last season, but a titles a title, no? The team looked to shore up its back line with a pair of defenders, grabbing Billy Jones from West Brom and sending Chelsea 1.5 million pounds for young Dutch national left back Patrick van Aanholt. They also grabbed a midfield addition with some experience in Wigan man Jordi Gomez. Swansea: Michu is out on loan, but the Swans were enterprising in re-shaping their attack. Icelandic midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson comes over from Spurs while Ecuadorian winger Jefferson Montero should lend a hand after the club dropped 4 million pounds. Tottenham: The Spurs seemed to be in a money-making mood this off-season after seeing the departure of Jermain Defoe last season. They made a combined 12 million pounds off the exits of midfielders Jake Livemore (who heads to Hull) and Iago Falque (who moves to Genoa). The middle of the pitch got further depleted with the aforementioned exit of Sigurdsson. In are MLS defender DeAndre Yedlin and Lisbon backliner Eric Dier while the team picked up Michel Vorm from the Swans. West Brom: West Brom added presence to its forward ranks, dropping a reported club-record 10 million pounds on Nigerian Brown Ideye. The 25-year-old has spent the last three seasons with Dynamo Kyiv and has been given the number 9. The Baggies also brought in Joleon Lescott on free transfer from Man City. The England international collected his silverware with the Citizens last season and was promptly given his walking papers. Lescotts bound to get more playing time with West Brom, so it will be interesting to see what the 31-year-old left back can bring to the pitch. West Ham: Enner Valencia turned some heads with his three-goal output for Ecuador at the 2014 World Cup, and one of those, apparently, was Hammers boss Sam Allardyce. A sum of 12 million pounds got the forward out of Mexico and into the Premier League. The team also dropped seven million on Senegalese midfielder Cheikhou Kouyate while cutting ties with veteran Joe Cole. John Jaso Jersey . -- Isaiah Pead took a stutter step forward, then raced to the left sideline and travelled 60 yards up the field before finally getting tripped up by a leg tackle. Sean Rodriguez Jersey . -- James Harden scored 31 points, including 25 in the second half, and the Houston Rockets dug out of a double-digit, first-half hole to beat the Orlando Magic 101-89 on Wednesday night. http://www.piratesrookiestore.com/Pirate...ds-Jersey/ . DETROIT LIONS AT CHICAGO BEARS, 1:00 PM (ET) Detroit - G Rodney Austin, WR Ryan Broyles, DT Nick Fairley, QB Kellen Moore, DT Caraun Reid, CB Mohammed Seisay, DE Larry Webster Chicago - S Chris Conte, DT Brandon Dunn, QB David Fales, K Robbie Gould, CB Terrance Mitchell, OT Michael Ola, DE Trevor Scott GREEN BAY PACKERS AT TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS, 1:00 PM (ET) Green Bay - LB Carl Bradford, DT Bruce Gaston, C Garth Gerhart, CB Davon House, WR Jeff Janis, TE Justin Perillo, QB Scott Tolzien Tampa Bay - OT Anthony Collins, CB Isaiah Frey, WR Robert Herron, RB Mike James, WR Solomon Patton, FB/TE Evan Rodriguez, LB Lawrence Sidbury KANSAS CITY CHIEFS AT PITTSBURGH STEELERS, 1:00 PM (ET) Kansas City - WR Donnie Avery, CB Marcus Cooper, OT Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, OL Eric Kush, QB Aaron Murray, RB Charcandrick West, DT Nick Williams Pittsburgh - WR Justin Brown, DE Clifton Geathers, G Chris Hubbard, QB Landry Jones, S Troy Polamalu, TE Matt Spaeth, CB Ike Taylor MINNESOTA VIKINGS AT MIAMI DOLPHINS, 1:00 PM (ET) Minnesota - LB Anthony Barr, OT Carter Bykowski, DB Ahmad Dixon, OT Charlie Johnson, FB Zach Line, CB Shaun Prater, TE Kyle Rudolph Miami - G Nate Garner, WR Matt Hazel, S Don Jones, WR Rishard Matthews, LB Chris McCain, G Dallas Thomas, RB Daniel Thomas NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS AT NEW YORK JETS, 1:00 PM (ET) New England - CB Kyle Arrington, RB LeGarrette Blount, OL Dan Connolly, CB Alfonzo Dennard, OT Jordan Devey, WR Julian Edelman, RB James White NY Jets - DT T.Three Game Sevens provide thrilling moments and three heartbroken teams. Notes on Carcillo, Mason, Heatley, Niederreiter, Kopitar, Thornton and more. RANGERS GET PAST FLYERS One night after getting soundly beaten by the Philadelphia Flyers, the New York Rangers bounced back with a 2-1 win in Game Seven, giving the Blueshirts the victory in the first-round series. With the series on the line, it wasnt the big names getting the job done. The Rangers first goal came from Daniel Carcillo, back in the lineup after being a healthy scratch for a couple games. Carcillo, who had four goals and an assist in 57 regular season games, picked up two goals in three games for the series. The Blueshirts other goal in Game Seven was provided by Benoit Pouliot, who contributed two goals and four points in the series. New Yorks third defence pairing -- John Moore and Kevin Klein -- were on for more than 70% of the 5-on-5 shot attempts in Game Six and Seven. They were getting chewed up early in the series, but were much more effetive later in the series. Philadelphias only goal of the deciding game came from rookie RW Jason Akeson, his second of the series. G Steve Mason was terrific for the Flyers, stopping 31 of 33 shots in Game Seven, giving him a .939 save percentage for the series. Tough to end up on the losing side with those numbers, but Mason didnt appear until Game Three because he was recovering from a concussion suffered late in the season. For all the trials he has endured throughout his career, this has been the best year of Masons career and if the 25-year-old has found a new level of play, then thats a win for the franchise going forward. Of course, well only have some idea if this improvement is legit when we see how Mason plays next season. In the end, the Rangers held the puck possession edge and, even though he didnt score a goal in the series, Rick Nash was at the forefront of driving play. The Rangers deserved their win, though the strong goaltending performance by Mason made it a close series. The Rangers move on and ought to have a fair chance against a Pittsburgh team that tends to rely on their high-end talent to carry the day. WILD FINISH   Despite losing their starting goaltender, Darcy Kuemper, to what looked like a knee (and possibly head) injury and facing a deficit four different times in Game Seven, the Minnesota Wild ultimately prevailed with a 5-4 overtime win against the Colorado Avalanche. Perhaps the most remarkable story for the Wild in Game Seven -- well, aside from G Ilya Bryzgalov getting credit for the win after stopping one shot -- is that Minnesotas offence was driven by the supporting cast. Kyle Brodziak, Dany Heatley and Nino Niederreiter each had three points, with Niederreiters second goal of the game counting as the game-winner in overtime. Heatley, whose career has been on a steep decline in Minnesota and was scratched early in the series, finished the series with five points for the Wild, while Brodziak, also a healthy scratch, finished with five points in the series. Those are valuable contributions from players that might not be expeccted to do all that much. The tying goal, which forced overtime, was buried by D Jared Spurgeon, from Niederreiter and Brodziak, with just 2:27 remaining in the third period. Colorado didnt get that same contribution from the supporting cast. Paul Sttastny, who scored in Game Seven, finished with 10 points, tied with rookie Nathan MacKinnon and Wild LW Zach Parise for the playoff scoring lead. Bill Mazeroski Jersey. Avalanche veteran winger Maxime Talbot had a rough go in the possession game. With Talbot on the ice at 5-on-5, the Avs had 49 shot attempts for and 113 against with Talbot on the ice (30.8%). Without Talbot on the ice, the Avalanche had 45.3% of the 5-on-5 shot attempts -- not great, but clearly better. This series had the most lopsided possession stats of any first-round series, with the Wild getting 61.3% of unblocked shot attempts when the score was close (within a goal in first two periods, tied in the third). The Avalanche, as they had all season, relied too much on G Semyon Varlamov, who had an ordinary game at the worst possible time. Now the Wild get to increase their level of difficulty in Round Two, facing the defending-champion Chicago Blackhawks. ROYAL RALLY Facing a three-games-to-none deficit, the Los Angeles Kings chipped away at the San Jose Sharks lead and, by the time Game Seven arrived Wednesday night, there was little doubt that the Kings could complete the improbable comeback. This doesnt mean it was a sure thing -- the Sharks scored first in Game Seven -- but the Kings were poised to make this rare comeback. Then D Drew Doughty tied the game, and C Anze Kopitar gave the Kings the lead, then it was Tyler Toffoli and the outcome was become evident. With a pair of points, Kopitar moved into a tie for the playoff scoring lead, with 10 points. Toffoli (57.4 Corsi%) and Doughty (54.8 Corsi%) had the best possession stats on the Kings. Another Kings rookie, in addition to Toffoli, LW Tanner Pearson, picked up a goal and an assist in the clinching game. Blowing a 3-0 series lead will hit the Sharks hard. They were, undeniably, a Stanley Cup contender stuck with a very difficult first-round opponent. The main criticism will fall on C Joe Thornton and LW Patrick Marleau because it always does, but also because theyve been around a while, through all the previous disappointments. Shut out in the deciding game, Thornton finished the series with three points in seven games, while Marleau led the Sharks with seven points. On the other hand, the Sharks fourth line ran into trouble. There were times when their physical play seemed to be helpful but, in the bigger picture, they werent effective. LW Raffi Torres, for example, was one for 41 shot attempts for and 69 against (37.3%). With Torres off the ice, the Sharks got 50.7% of the 5-on-5 shot attempts. On the Kings fourth line, by comparison, they frequently had C Mike Richards running with the fourth line and Richards had eight shots on goal in Game Seven. The difference in the series, between two dominant possession teams, was expected to be in goal and thats how it turned out. Jonathan Quick got lit up early, but he stopped 130 of 135 shots (.963 SV%) in the final four games to lead the Kings comeback. While the Sharks ponder this crushing defeat, the Kings move on to take on Anaheim, a good rivalry series, though one in which the Kings, a superior possesion team with a more experienced goaltender, should be favoured.   Scott Cullen can be reached at Scott.Cullen@bellmedia.ca and followed on Twitter at http://twitter.com/tsnscottcullen. For more, check out TSN Fantasy on Facebook. ' ' ' 

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Got a question on rule clarification, comments on rule enforcements or some memorable NHL stories? Kerry wants to answer your emails at cmonref@tsn. Air Max 97 Rebajas .ca! Hey Kerry! Im wondering if you could give us some insight as to why Nazem Kadri got away with only a two for running Niklas Backstrom in Wednesdays game between the Wild and Leafs. Every replay showed an elbow to the head of Backstrom, clear as day. Is the fact that a new Ref was in the game? It seems to me that the weak call was at least partly responsible for the chippy atmosphere afterwards. Any insight would be great! Mike in St Paul, MN --- Hi Kerry, During the Toronto-Minnesota game, Nazem Kadri was given five and a game for a hit to the head. While Kadri got the game misconduct, Phil Kessel served the five-minute major penalty. How do they determine what player serves the five-minute major? Do the coaches pick a player to serve the penalty, and if so does that player have to be on the ice at the time the penalty was called? Kyle Moore Mike and Kyle: Nazem Kadri made two very irresponsible decisions with separate hits to the head of Wild goalkeeper Niklas Backstrom at 7:07 of the first period and then to Mikael Granlund at 8:41 of the third. Both of these illegal hits to the head were worthy of a five-minute match penalty! The match penalty, plus any additional penalties, shall be served by any player (excluding a goalkeeper) to be designated by the Coach through the Captain. The player designated, in this case Phil Kessel, must take his place in the penalty box immediately. Kadri got a two minute free-pass on the Backstrom hit by a rookie referee. Things happen much more quickly in the NHL than in the minor leagues. I am confident the young referee will learn from the experience he gained in his very first NHL game. We shall also see if Nazem Kadri is taught a lesson from both of these experiences? The responsibility is place squarely upon every player to avoid contact with a goalkeeper wherever possible. When contact is unavoidable through a collision the player must do everything within his power to minimize the force generated. Beyond zero attempt by Nazem Kadri to avoid contact with Niklas Backstrom he generated what appears to have been excessive force with his elbow/forearm directly to the facemask of Backstrom causing the goalie to crash the back of his head onto the ice. Following the two minute power-play the Wild enjoyed, Backstrom was forced to leave the game. There is a provision for the referee to assess a major penalty under rule 69 for goalkeeper interference as well as major and game misconduct for charging and elbowing. However, given the fact that Nazem Kadri made a decision to accelerate his elbow/forearm with force directly to the face/head (main point of contact) of Niklas Backstrom elevates the call to a match penalty under rule 48 in my judgment.  I see this beyond just a player running out real estate and finding himself in an unavoidable collision with a goalkeeper. Nazem Kadri had other options and a much better decision to make; the very least of which was to plant and finish with an extended forceful elbow/forearm to the head of Niklas Backstrom. There is certainly some precedent set in the area of player contact with goalkeepers both inside and outside of the crease.  Classic examples of excessive illegal contact with a goalkeeper were demonstrated when Milan Lucic ran over/body checked Ryan Miller which resulted in a concussion to the Buffalo goalkeeper; then Jordan Tootoo crashed into Miller in the blue paint in the goalies very first game back after recovering from Lucic induced "concussion like symptoms"; in a play-off game Andrew Shaw of the Blackhawks caught Mike Smith with a shoulder cap to the facemask as the goalie played the puck behind the goal.  The bar of justice was raised after Milan Lucic escaped with only a minor penalty for charging and no suspension. You may recall my reaction the following day in CMon Ref where I stated that a major penalty and game misconduct plus a three-game suspension was warranted whenever a goalkeeper was run over in that fashion. Both Tootoo and Shaw were assessed a 5 minute major, game misconduct and three game suspensions. The head contact Kadri delivered on Mikael Granlund was totally unnecessary, senseless, irresponsible, wreckless, and dangerous for starters. I could apply a host of other adjectives given the one goal lead the Leafs were protecting in addition to the separation between the two players and as Nazem Kadri approached to make what should have been a legal body check through Granlunds center mass. I must repeat; whenever a player elevates his posture prior to and through a check the head of his opponent is highly susceptible to becoming the main point of contact. The results of Nazem Kadris hearing scheduled this afternoon for hitting the head of Niklas Backstrom are pending. Air Max 97 Baratas España . -- Kole Calhoun homered and drove in three runs, Albert Pujols also went deep and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Chicago White Sox 8-4 Friday night. 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Got a question on rule clarification, comments on rule enforcements or some memorable NHL stories? Kerry wants to answer your emails at cmonref@tsn. Starlin Castro Jersey .ca. Hi-ya Kerry, I find it amazing that with all the bad calls that were made in Game 3 of the Habs-Lightning series, people are up in arms about possibly the biggest call in the game that was one of the few that was correct. Would you please do us all a favour and explain why that goal was justly disallowed? I really miss having you, Ron, Andy and Don refereeing games. You four were true professionals. Sincerely,Bob (a.k.a. Avro Arrow on TSN.cas comment threads) P.S. - Please put it in laymans terms as I think that the on-air host may have used terminology that most people arent familiar with.  LOL Hey Bob: (a.k.a. Avro Arrow) I give young referee Francis Charron kudos for having the courage to correctly apply rule 69.3 and disallow the potential go-ahead goal by Ryan Callahan with 4:22 remaining in the second period and the score tied 1-1. The overriding rational of rule 69 (Interference on the Goalkeeper) is that a goalkeeper should have the ability to move freely within his goal crease without being hindered by the actions of an attacking player. There were two instances of goalkeeper interference by virtue of the rule on the play whereby a goal could not legally be allowed to stand if the puck entered the net. In the first instance Alex Killorn took the puck hard to the net and initiated contact with Carey Price as he attempted to deke and jam the puck into the net. The rotation of Killorns body and subsequent crash into the back of the net was as a result of his skate to pad contact with Price and not as a result of any back door pressure exerted by David Desharnais. (Check the footage closely!)  In attempting to make the save and as a result of the contact by Killorn the Montreal goalkeeper was knocked beyond his blue paint and was then struck by a falling Desharnais. If the puck were to have entered the net following the contact initiated by Alex Killorn the goal should immediately be disallowed. As the action continued the referee would only allow a "good goal" once he determined that Price was able to reestablish his position within his goal crease to defend any subsequent shot following this initial contact from Killorn. Price got to his feet and moved laterally across the crease to establish his position and to defend a potential shot by Valtteri Filppula from the left side face-off circle. Alex Killorn was attempting to exit the net behind Price in this same moment and resulted in the second incident of goalkeeper interference inside the crease. This time however the contact was initiated by Price and not through the actions of Alex Killorn. Nonetheless a violation of rule 69.3 occurred; (Rule 69.3 - If a goalkeeper, in the act of establishing his position within his goal crease, initiates contact with an attacking player who is in the goal crease, and this results in an impairment of the goalkeepers ability to defend his goal, and a goal is scored, the goal will be disallowed.) Even though the contact initiated by Price took him deep into left field, it occurred inside the blue paint as Price was "attempting to establish position inside his goal crease" and could only be judged as such by the referee. Price knows this rule better than most goalies in the NHL and that is why he threw himself into Alex Killorn inside the blue paint. Price has utilized this rule to his advantage on at least three occasions in previous games. I demonstrated a great montage of Price initiated contact inside his goal crease on Thats Hockey 2Nite with Steve Kouleas following the Habs-Lightning game. In the footage, Price clearly initiated contact with attacking players inside his crease and in each case the referee immediately disallowed the goal. Players, coaches, former players and fans dont fully understand the rule application or the standard by which the referees are instructed to enforce rule 69.  Until this "loophole" in the rule is closed referee Francis Charron and his colleagues will continue to enforce it in the same manner that we saw last night in Montreal. The NHL needs to come out in support of Francis Charron and the gusty, correct call he made. You did what is not only expected but demanded of you kid. In laymens terms Avro Arrow, my best advice to attacking players is to keep out of the blue paint and to especially keep clear of Habs goalie Carey Price!  Lewis Brinson Jersey . The Nevada Athletic Commission voted unanimously in Las Vegas to quit granting therapeutic use exemptions for fighters undergoing the so-called TRT. Cameron Maybin Jersey . Sterling was banned for life and fined US$2.5 million by the NBA on Tuesday for racist comments the league says he made in a recorded conversation. Nash, who plays for the rival L.A. Lakers, spoke as a representative of current NBA players at a press conference assembled by Sacramento mayor and National Basketball Players Association adviser Kevin Johnson. http://www.marlinsteamproshop.com/Marlin...ds-Jersey/ . "I have had no discussions with Chad Johnson or his representation," Popp said Friday in an email. However, he appeared to confirm a report on Twitter from TSN this week that Johnson was on Montreals negotiation list.TORONTO - Jonathan Bernier returned to the ice Saturday wearing an older piece of equipment. The 25-year-old left his second start of the preseason after just a period - he was expected to play the full game - because of irritation from a new set of knee pads that hed been wearing under the trimmed-down goalie equipment required this fall.  "I got new pads and I guess it was irritating my bones," he said of the knee pads, bigger than the sort hed worn previously. "I was trying to get bigger knee pads with the smaller [goalie] pads. We made some changes. Hopefully itll be fine." While hed been using the new equipment since the outset of camp, Bernier began to experience some pain and discomfort with his knee on the morning of Thursdays start in Ottawa. Jeff Locke Jersey. He attempted to play through the issue that night, but was forced to remove himself after 11 shots in 20 minutes. 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KREFELD, Germany -- Sam Soliman of Australia won the IBF middleweight title Saturday with a unanimous decision over Felix Sturm of Germany. Bobby Jenks Jersey . Soliman was the more active fighter throughout the bout and kept coming at the champion throughout the 12 rounds. Sturm may have landed the bigger punches but there were too few of them. Soliman won with a big margin on all three cards. One judge had him the winner with a score of 117-111, the other two scored it 118-110. The Australian also won a decision against Sturm in February 2013 but the fight was later ruled a no contest, when Soliman tested positive for a banned stimulant. He was banned for nine months. Tim Anderson Jersey . Martin Reway and David Griger both recorded four points with a goal and three assists each. Mario Lunter, Daniel Gachulinec and Stanislav Horansky also scored for Slovakia (1-0). Dominik Kahun had both goals for Germany (0-2), who lost its opening match to Canada 7-2 on Thursday. Yolmer Sanchez Jersey . Diego Costa headed in Gabis corner seven minutes from time to secure victory ahead of the return match in Madrid on March 11. "We know that at Madrid it will be another game, which will also be important and very difficult," Milan coach Clarence Seedorf said. http://www.whitesoxteamshop.com/ . "No difference at all," chirped U.S. roommate and linemate James van Riemsdyk. "Its still the same cranky Phil. MIAMI -- Pro Bowl cornerback Brent Grimes cashed in Monday on his career comeback with the Miami Dolphins. Grimes signed a $32 million, four-year contract to remain with Miami. The deal, which includes $16 million guaranteed, rewards Grimes for his recovery from an Achilles tendon injury that forced him to miss almost all of the 2012 season. With the agreement, the Dolphins achieved one of their biggest off-season priorities by avoiding the loss of their best defensive back in free agency. "Ive been in this league awhile and actually feel appreciated here," Grimes said. "This is where I wanted to be, and Im glad it all worked out." Grimes, 30, spent six years with the Atlanta Falcons, who parted ways with him after his serious injury. The Dolphins gave him a one-year contract in 2013, and he had perhaps his best season, making four interceptions while playing in all 16 games. "Lasst year it was like, OK, I get to prove myself again," he said. Carlton Fisk Jersey. "I never doubted myself, but being realistic, coming off of a serious injury that a lot of people had trouble coming back from, I had to prove myself." Grimes, a 5-foot-10 overachiever who was undrafted out of Shippensburg State, also made the Pro Bowl in 2010. He has 59 career starts and 17 interceptions. The contract was the first major deal for new Miami general manager Dennis Hickey, who replaced Jeff Ireland. "My exposure to Brent over the last few years has always been when Im on the opposite sideline watching him intercept balls and hurt my team," Hickey said. "Im excited to have him on my team now." With free agency beginning March 11, the Dolphins priority now becomes trying to re-sign nose tackle Randy Starks or Paul Soliai. Both can become unrestricted free agents. ' ' ' 

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LONDON -- Tim Sherwood was fired by Tottenham less than five months into his first management job on Tuesday, having quickly gained a reputation as a lively if erratic figure on the touchline. NFL Shirts Outlet . The inexperienced Englishman was promoted within the north London club in December after Andre Villas-Boas was fired after failing to gel a slew of expensive signings. Although the 45-year-old Sherwood was given an 18-month contract, it contained an end-of-season break clause that Tottenham has now exercised. Amid constant doubts over his future in charge, the clubs former head of football development won 13 out of 22 games in the league, where Tottenham finished sixth to qualify for the Europa League. "We wish him great success in his managerial career," Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy said. "Moving forward, now the season is over, we shall embark on the process of finding a new head coach." In the 13 years that Levy has run Tottenham, the club has gone through seven permanent managers. Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino has been linked with the Tottenham job in recent weeks, while Ajax coach Frank de Boer said last month that Tottenham had approached the Amsterdam club to test his interest in making the switch. Tottenham aspires to qualify for the Champions League again, having played one season alongside Europes elite in 2010-11. "We have a talented squad and exciting young players coming through," Levy said. "We need to build on this season, develop our potential and inspire the kind of performances that we associate with our great club." Some of the liveliest performances came on the touchline in the second half of the season, with Sherwood cutting a frantic figure, swearing and engaging with complaining fans. During Sherwoods final match, a 3-0 victory over Aston Villa at White Hart Lane on Sunday, Sherwood plucked a heckling supporter from the crowd, handed him his sleeveless jacket and sat him down in the managers chair. "That guy is an expert," Sherwood said. "Every week he tells me what to do, so I gave him the opportunity to have a go." Tottenham didnt pose the same attacking threat without Gareth Bale, who was allowed to join Real Madrid in August for 100 million euros (then $132 million). The cash was invested in signing seven players, including Roberto Soldado, Paulinho, Erik Lamela and Christian Eriksen. Cheap Nike Shirts . - Whether its because of her improved play or the reason for it, Michelle Wie appears as comfortable on and off the golf course as at any time in her career. Discount NFL Shirts . TSNs Farhan Lalji reports the Edmonton Eskimos non-import DT has a workout scheduled with an NFL team next week and isnt expected to sign a deal with any team until then. http://www.cheapshirtsfromchina.com/ . - Titans quarterback Jake Locker will miss the rest of the season with a Lisfranc injury to his right foot, leaving Tennessee trying to rally with Ryan Fitzpatrick.Players who join the $180 million lawsuit against the Canadian Hockey League can remain anonymous throughout the course of the case. Ted Charney, a Toronto lawyer who is suing the CHL on behalf of former junior players, said because his case has one named representative plaintiff, others can avoid being publicly identified, protecting their hockey careers. Weve been talking to several players over the past several weeks but none of them wanted to be the representative plaintiff, Charney told TSN in an interview. They dont want to jeopardize their careers by being the face of the lawsuit. On Friday, Sam Berg, the son of former Toronto Maple Leaf player Bill Berg, sued the CHL, the governing body for 60 teams in the Ontario Hockey League, Western Hockey League and Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. A statement of claim filed by Berg on behalf of himself and thousands of other players seeks $180 million in outstanding wages, vacation, holiday and overtime pay and employer payroll contributions, according to legal documents obtained by TSN. In a note on his firms website, Charney wrote that he is looking for players who played for major junior teams as far back as October 2008. The beauty of this now is that other players dont ever have to go public, Charney said. Every member of the league is eligible for compensation and its like voting in an election. Their information is completely confidential. They will face no reprisals. The documents filed by Berg show players in the OHL receive $50 to $120 a week in compensation, while players in the QMJHL get $35 to $150, depending on the age of the player. Those aged 16 to 19 get $50 a week in the OHL and $35 a week in the QMJHL. The Toronto Star first reported Bergs lawsuit. While Bergs lawsuit alleges players work as much as 65 hours per week or more, Berg said he was paid $50 a week by the OHLs Niagara IceDogs in 2013. Wholesale NFL Shirts. On average, Sam devoted about six hours a day, seven days a week to providing services to the team, his lawsuit says. When the team traveled, he would devote longer hours, up to 12 hours a day. After he was demoted to Junior B hockey, a shoulder injury ended his career. The OHL allegedly reduced his university scholarship package from four years to half a year, Berg alleges. CHL president David Branch has repeatedly said that players in the CHL are student athletes, and are well compensated, thanks largely to an education program the league has in place that provides some players with university scholarships when they are done playing. The IceDogs coach told The Star that Berg breached his contract when he failed to show up at training camp. Bergs allegations have not been proven in court. Several NHL player agents said the CHL has known for months that a lawsuit like this one might be looming, and sought to change its standard players contract. Instead of describing players as employees or independent contractors, players are now described as student athletes. Charney said its unclear how long the case will take to wind its way through the courts. A class action lawsuit against Maple Leaf Foods over lysteria outbreak was wrapped up in six months, he said, because the company did a mea culpa. I guess it depends whether we have a material disagreement with the CHL over the facts here. Charney said he expected the case would be assigned to a judge and a case conference would be held outlining a prospective schedule before Christmas. ' ' ' 

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Tallahassee, FL (SportsNetwork. Vans Old Skool Tienda Online .com) - Style points continue to elude Florida State, but the Seminoles nevertheless keep winning. The No. 1 team in the country was put the test yet again Saturday but held off rival Florida, 24-19, to complete a second straight undefeated regular season. Florida State (12-0) won its 28th straight game in spite of reigning Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston, who threw four interceptions -- three in the first quarter alone -- and completed just 12-of-24 passes for 125 yards. Winston did toss a pair of touchdown passes to Nick OLeary, while Dalvin Cook gained 144 yards on 24 carries for the defending champion Seminoles, whose last three wins have come by a combined 12 points. A matchup against Georgia Tech in the ACC title game next week is the final hurdle in FSUs quest for a spot in the College Football Playoff. Florida (6-5) missed two potential go-ahead field goals in the second half and had the ball at midfield in the waning minutes. Treon Harris went 0-for-6 through the air on the final drive and finished 13- of-32 for 169 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions, one of which was returned 94 yards for a TD by Terrance Smith. Despite being bowl eligible, this was the final game on the Gators sideline for head coach Will Muschamp, who announced two weeks ago he will step down. Roberto Aguayos 37-yard field goal staked the Seminoles to a 24-19 lead with 3:23 remaining, and a pass interference call on fourth down gave the Gators life at midfield with just over two minutes to play. Harris, though, threw three straight incomplete passes, and Demarcus Robinson dropped a fourth-down throw behind him to essentially seal the outcome. Winston became the first FBS quarterback to throw three interceptions in the first quarter this season, but the Seminoles defense minimized the damage. Floridas first two picks led to field goals of 52 and 39 yards from Austin Hardin, and Brandon Powells 42-yard reception set up Hardins 43-yarder with 2:15 remaining in the opening quarter. Brian Poole stepped in front of a Winston pass on the ensuing series, and the Gators took over at the FSU 9-yard line, primed to build on their 9-0 lead. Harris pass, however, went through the arms of tight end Tevin Westbrook, and Smith made a key interception that he took back 94 yards for a score. OLeary caught touchdown passes of 10 and six yards in the second quarter to give FSU a 21-9 lead, but an errant punt set Florida up are the FSU 15-yard line just before the break. Clay Burton caught a touchdown pass on the next play to make it a 21-16 game at halftime, and Hardin made another kick, this time from 32 yards out, less than five minutes into the third quarter. FSUs first three second-half possessions ended in a punt, interception and turnover on downs, respectively, but a pair of misses from Hardin -- from 52 and 42 yards out -- kept the Seminoles in front. Game Notes Winston became the first quarterback to win his first 25 starts since Oklahomas Jimmy Harris in 1954-56 ... The Gators went 28-21 in four seasons under Muschamp ... Florida is the last team to take down the Seminoles, doing so back on Nov. 24, 2012 ... Florida still leads the all-time series, 34-23-2 ... FSU starting tailback Karlos Williams sustained a big hit early in the third quarter and did not return. Venta De Zapatillas Vans Old Skool .com) - Will Conant booted a 39-yard field goal as time expired and Air Force played spoiler with a 27-24 win over 21st- ranked Colorado State on Friday. Vans Old Skool Baratas Online . Louis, MO (SportsNetwork. http://www.vansoldskoolbaratas.es/ . 15-23, the Ottawa Senators will by hoping to avoid going five straight games without a victory for the first time since a 0-3-2 drought from Oct.When Kevin Martin decided to retire this year, he thought hed have plenty of company. The dean of Canadian curlers -- with four national titles, a world championship, both a gold and silver at the Olympics and a record 18 Grand Slams on the World Curling Tour -- looked around and saw plenty his age or older holding brooms. "I thought this year there would be a lot of guys retiring," Martin, 47, said Tuesday. "I thought I would just be one of the many. As it turns out, Im the only one. Theres nobody else, Im the only guy!" Instead of retiring, other senior skips have played a game of musical chairs as teams have reformed and players have moved about the country. And Martin says the desire to secure that all-important Olympic berth is the reason. "The shuffling I think is completely because of the Olympics and that curling has become a four-year sport," he said. Younger teams are looking at skips at or near 50-plus and wondering whether they have what it takes to compete, not just next season but also down the road. And those skips who have never won that Olympic berth (as Martin did three times, failing to earn a medal in 1992) are reluctant to give up while they think theres still a chance. Manitobas Jeff Stoughton, 50, who has parted ways with his former team and formed a new one and Ontarios Glenn Howard, 51, who has seen his squad fragment as well, are cases in point. "Its hard I think for young guys to be with a 50, 51, 52 or whatever age guy and think four years down the road," Martin said. "Thats not easy. "Jeff and Glenn still play brilliantly but will they in four years? I dont think they can answer that." The result has been a lot of movement. "Its really exciting. Its probably the most excitement Ive seen in our sport in a long time," said Martin. "I think the young guys that are coming up are dealing with it really well by doing all of these shakeups and trying to figure out how they can get the very, very best team." The latest move was Kevin Koes former Alberta team, which is the reigning national champion, picking up former B.C. skip John Morris on Tuesday to take them into key events next season, including a return trip to the Tim Hortons Brier. Its the first time the current mens champion will get an automatic ticket without haviing to win a provincial title. Vans Old Skool Baratas España. Two younger teams at the elite level remain intact: Olympic gold-medallist Brad Jacobs, 28, and his team from Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., and Mike McEwen, 33, from Winnipeg. Former Olympic champ Brad Gushue, 33, from Newfoundland and Labrador has made only one move, returning former teammate Mark Nichols, who had been curling with Stoughton. After finishing out of the medals at the world championships, Koe, 39, announced a new team that includes Marc Kennedy at third, Ben Hebert at lead and Brent Laing at second. Kennedy and Hebert won Olympic gold with Martin and Laing was a two-time world champion with Howard. "Those are your top four I think going forward," said Martin of those four teams. After watching all the moves, though, does Martin have any second thoughts about his decision to quit the game? "I am so ready. To be honest with you, I think I was ready after Vancouver," he insists. But Martin recognizes that had he pulled the plug then, at the age of 43, he might have come out of retirement. Theres no chance of that now. "Im in a real good spot, Im busy outside the ice," he said. "Theres tons of stuff going on." First, hes got a new job as a broadcaster and curling ambassador with Rogers Sportsnet. Then theres his curling store in Edmonton, part interest in a golf-course development in Phoenix and his curling academies to run. For Martin, the icing on the cake this year was going out a winner after being disappointed at the Olympic curling trials. He beat Jacobs 4-3 in the mens final Sunday to win the Players Championship in the final tournament of his career, his 18th Grand Slam win on the professional tour he played a role in developing. "To have the 18th Slam work out . . . it makes it all that much easier," he said. As for the only thing he regrets in a lifetime of curling, it was that failure to medal in 1992, when curling was still an Olympic demonstration sport. He knew he wasnt good enough to win gold that year. "But then we played the U.S. in the bronze game and thats a game I think we should have won," Martin said. For one thing, it would have given him one of each medal. "The one game . . . over all the years that Id like to have back is that bronze game in 1992," he added. ' ' ' 

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