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#1 Postat : sâmbătă, 12 ianuarie 2019 06:14:18(UTC)
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Following another major trade in the CFL over the weekend, TSNs Jan Staniszewski breaks down how each player will fit in with their new team and what each team had to say about their move. Transaction January, 24th, 2015 Toronto – acquires national defensive end Ricky Foley Saskatchewan – acquires national linebacker Shea Emry What the player had to say: Ricky Foley When asked whether getting traded is like losing a football game. - It lasts longer. I was forced to move on and it came out of left field. I loved my time in Saskatchewan, it felt like I was there my whole career and just not two seasons. How he will fit into Tim Burkes defensive scheme? I do think that coach Burkes system is going to be tailor-made for my skill set. Sacks are a glory stat but tackles show an overall effort. Most likely scenario: Ricky Foley will start at defensive end with Argos most outstanding rookie Tristan Okpalaugo on the other side. Foleys arrival could spell trouble for Aston Whiteside, last seasons starting defensive end. Whiteside had two sacks and 17 tackles in 10 games. With Emry gone, the middle linebacker position could be filled with international Greg Jones or national Cory Greenwood, who was the Argos first pick and third overall in the 2010 draft. Greenwood joined the Argos late last season after a four-year spell in the NFL. Greenwood also has a chance to play outside linebacker at the mike position. What Saskatchewans assistant GM had to say: Jeremy ODay That was a position that we wanted to improve on. Having played against Shea in the 2009 and 2010 Grey Cups, we were real familiar with what he brings as a football player. We feel he is one of the premier Canadian linebackers in the league. Most likely scenario: Shea Emry will start at middle linebacker for the Roughriders, replacing international linebacker Chad Kilgore. This gives current national linebackers Shomari Williams, Sam Hurl and Kevin Regimbald a chance to back up in the middle. The latter two could hit free agency on February 10. Foleys defensive end spot could afford the Roughriders to go all international on the front four or he could be replaced with national players and former Western Mustangs David Lee and Dylan Ainsworth if they improve a great deal in training camp. Both players are coming into their second year with Saskatchewan. Keelan Cole Jersey . Anor had not scored since getting his first two goals of the season vs. Philadelphia on March 22 but struck with laser precision from distance in the 56th and 75th minutes. Montreal (3-10-5) lost its third straight and Impact coach Frank Klopas said it literally was a case of his players not stepping up. Malik Jackson Jersey . 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He jammed in a rebound to cap Yorktons comeback from a 3-1 deficit with less than three minutes left in regulation time. "Its unbelievable. Its just the best feeling and I dont think Ill ever score a bigger goal than that for the rest of my life," said Falloon, 21, who has used up his junior eligibility. Falloons goal gave the Terriers their first Canadian Junior A championship in their fifth trip to the tournament. Yorkton placed second to the Burnaby Express, led by current Ottawa Senators centre Kyle Turris, in their last trip to the RBC Cup in Streetsville, Ont., in 2006. The Terriers had finished no better than third in their three other trips, all in the 1990s. The puck barely crossed the line as Carleton Place goaltender Guillaume Therien attempted to cover it. While the crowd waited, the referee confirmed it was a goal. After trailing 3-1 at the end of the second period, the Terriers forced overtime with goals from Tanner Lishchynsky and Dylan Johnson eight seconds apart in the last three minutes of the third period. Daylan Gatzke had Yorktons other goal and Kale Thompson made 31 saves. Anthony McVeigh, Stephen Baylis and Andy Sturtz scored for the Canadians while Therien stopped 42 shots in the losing effort. Falloons overtime winner was his second of the tournament. He also scored in extra time against Dauphin in the round robin. "I guess I just happened to be at the right place at the right time," said Falloon. "Im sure any of the boys could have (done) it. Lucky me, I guess." Falloon missed the first three games of this tournament with his third concussion of the season, suffered in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League playoffs. He missed most of the Western Canadian championship tournament, from which Yorkton qualified for the RBC Cup. Yorkton coach Don Chesney said Falloons return brought life to Yorktons lineup. "He has a flair for the dramatic," said Chesney. "I joked around (saying) his first (overtime goal) didnt make the back of the net. (The RBC Cup-winning) one, I think, made it -- maybe a few inches over the goal-line. But in 10, 20 years, thatll be the nicest goal he ever scored and the biggest goal he ever scored." Johnson also provided some drama as his tying goal, at 17:20 of the third period atoned for an interference penalty he took at 14:05. "To bee honest, when we got that penalty with five minutes left, it was not looking too good, and they shut us down pretty good," said Chesney.dddddddddddd "We didnt create a lot of high-quality scoring chances." Added Johnson: "That (goal) felt great, especially after getting that penalty a couple minutes before that. Getting that goal was unreal. It brought the life back into the fans. After we got that, we knew this was ours." Until then, the Canadians had a good reason to think they would claim the crown in their first RBC Cup appearance. "Looking back on it now, maybe I should have called a timeout after the second goal," said Carleton Place coach Jason Clarke. "But weve just been so resilient all year. Things didnt really seem to bother us." Baylis put the Canadians ahead 2-1 at 4:12 of the second period as he fired a shot from the slot after his teammates fought to keep the puck in at the blue-line along the boards with little space to work with. Sturtz increased the Carleton Place advantage midway through the second, stealing the puck from a Terrier in one corner and skating to the opposite side to put in a backhand. But just when it looked like the Canadians could begin to rest easy, Lishchynsky and Johnson sent the game to overtime, setting up Falloons special moment. "Were proud (of getting to the final), but its a sour taste, for sure," said Clarke. Falloon received advice from his cousin Pat Falloon, the former NHLer who was drafted second overall by the San Jose Sharks after Eric Lindros in 1991. "(Pat) was talking to my dad," said Falloon. "We family-farm with him (in Foxwarren, Man.) We keep in touch with him. He was texting my dad and telling me to keep calm and just do what I can do." The RBC Cup adds a second Canadian junior crown to the extended Falloon family. Pat Falloon won a Memorial Cup with the Spokane Chiefs in 1991, when he was named the tournaments most valuable player. "Ive heard stories," said the younger Falloon. Falloons hockey future is far from certain. He only knows how he will spend his summer. "Were just going to celebrate, and then Im going to go back (home)," he said. "Ive got to get to work on the farm." Notes: The game marked the first time in 19 years that the Canadian Junior A final went to overtime. ... Los Angeles Kings centre Jarret Stoll sent a congralutory tweet to Yorkton for reaching the final. Stoll grew up in the Yorkton/Melville area. a Yorkton assistant coach John Odgers is the son of former NHLer Jeff Odgers. China NFL Jerseys Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys Cheap Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Basketball Jerseys Online Stitched Hockey Jerseys Wholesale Baseball Jerseys Football Jerseys Outlet College Jerseys For Sale Cheap MLB Jerseys Wholesale Soccer Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys For Sale Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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