Mathieu Perreault signs with Winnipeg Jets Best of luck to former #NHLDucks C Mathieu Perreault, who has reportedly signed with WPG. Air Max Günstig Bestellen . Good guy deserves good things. — Dan Wood (@Duckscolorman) July 1, 2014 Best of luck to my buddy Mathieu Perreault heading to free agency. Great center. The best as yet to come. Only need a chance in a top 6 #nhl — Louis Robitaille (@LouisRobitaille) July 1, 2014Jonas Hiller signs with Calgary Flames "Jonas is familiar with the West, hes had great success in the league," - Treliving on Jonas Hiller — Calgary Flames (@NHLFlames) July 1, 2014 Today Jonas Hiller agreed to not win a Stanley cup for the next two years. Aka he signed with the flames for two years. — Mac Vogel (@VOGEL_cords) July 1, 2014 Jonas Hiller got a good deal! One of my favorites, so sad to see him go, but he deserves a new start. Good luck to him! #PleaseDontShutUsOut — Mike Hart (@mhart92) July 1, 2014Brad Richards signs with Chicago Blackhawks Biggest NHL Free Agency move of the day: Brad Richards to Chicago. Blackhawks just improved their team drastically. — Amin Ajani (@AminAjani) July 1, 2014 Im willing to wager that Kane can liven up Brad Richards and get a good, productive season out of him — Tyler Joy (@Tj1626) July 1, 2014 Wow Brad Richards will have a blasty blast in Chi-Town. I sense a lot of Chelsea Dagger in his future — Greg (@GregNYR19) July 1, 2014Stephane Robidas signs with Toronto Maple Leafs Talking good guys, former #NHLDucks D Stephane Robidas is one of the best. Good luck to him in TOR. — Dan Wood (@Duckscolorman) July 1, 2014 Stephane Robidas is 37 and is coming off a fractured leg, so three years and $9-million is probably as good as he was gonna get. — Bruce Arthur (@bruce_arthur) July 1, 2014Matt Frattin traded to Toronto Maple Leafs @Matt_Frattin is back in TO baby! #reunited — Jake Gardiner (@Jgardiner272) July 1, 2014Leo Komarov signs with Toronto Maple Leafs Welcome back boddddddddy @CorporalKomarov @LKomarov — James van Riemsdyk (@JVReemer21) July 1, 2014 Happy to be back in the capital of hockey..See you soon;) #MapleLeafs — Leo Komarov (@LKomarov) July 1, 2014Jussi Jokinen signs with Florida Panthers Jussi Jokinen scored 57 points for #Pens last year; #FlaPanthers leading scorer (Nick Bjugstad) ended with 38. — George Richards (@GeorgeRichards) July 1, 2014Al Montoya signs with Florida Panthers You guys all know what was the tiebreaking factor in my new goalie partner signing right? #flow #twins pic.twitter.com/kwy0z1O1Bn — Strombone (@strombone1) July 1, 2014Matt Niskanen signs with Washington Capitals Matt Niskanen signs a 7-year, $40.25 million deal with the Washington Capitals. #TSN #FAF #FreeAgentFrenzy — NHL on TSN (@NHLonTSN) July 1, 2014 Matt Niskanen has played eight years in the NHL, one of them was very impressive. Someone will overpay for him today. — steve simmons (@simmonssteve) July 1, 2014 Matt Niskanen a true American, not signing until halftime of the game. — Ann Frazier (@annfrazi) July 1, 2014 After carefully evaluating todays deals, Ive concluded that free agent frenzy needs more breathalyzers — Bruce Arthur (@bruce_arthur) July 1, 2014 Nike Air Max 270 Schweiz Günstig . Kelli Stack and Alex Carpenter also scored for the Americans, who avoided a repeat of Finlands upset at the Four Nations Cup in Lake Placid, N.Y., in November. Finnish goalie Noora Raty made 58 saves in that one, but the three-time Olympian could stop just 40 of 43 U. Nike Air Max Plus Günstig Kaufen . Left-handed reliever Boone Logan agreed to a $16.5 million, three-year contract on Friday, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press.TORONTO - Now the real fun begins for Ricky Ray and the Toronto Argonauts.Ray threw two TD passes to Chad Owens as Toronto held on for a 33-32 win over the Edmonton Eskimos on Saturday afternoon. The Argos (5-8) moved into a second-place tie with idle Montreal in the East Division. They control their playoff destiny as their final five regular-season games are against conference rivals, four being at Rogers Centre.Weve got a lot of big ones coming up, fortunately we have a lot of them at home, Ray said. Its an advantage playing here, the home crowd can help us build momentum and now we dont have to worry about travelling.The Tiger-Cats (6-7) beat the B.C. Lions 19-17 on Saturday night to take sole possession of first in the CFL East. That outcome wasnt pivotal because Toronto hosts Hamilton on Friday night and Oct. 25.Toronto also plays Montreal twice — at Rogers Centre on Oct. 18, then at Molson Stadium on Nov. 2 — before finishing the regular season hosting the Ottawa Redblacks on Nov. 7.Edmonton (9-5) made it interesting as Mike Reilly found Nate Coehoorn on a 15-yard TD, then ran for the two-point convert to pull the Eskimos to within 33-32 with 25 seconds remaining. But Torontos Jamie Robinson recovered the onside kick as Ray improved to 2-3 against his former team before 16,276 spectators.Ray finished 22-of-33 passing for 224 yards and also had an interception.For Owens, it was important for Toronto to begin a four-game homestand on a winning note. The Argos were at Rogers Centre for the first time since a 33-17 loss to B.C. on Aug. 17.This is something that we needed, he said. It was like a playoff game. Toronto kicker Swayze Waters booted six field goals but missed from 21 yards out in the fourth that went for a single. But Waters redeemed himself roughly three minutes later with a crucial 38-yard kick that put the Argos ahead 33-24 at 13:39.Weve got a lot of trust in him, Milanovich said. I wouldve liked to finish some of those drives but its huge when he comes through when they stall.Kendial Lawrence had two TDs for Edmonton, including a 107-yard kickoff return. The Eskimos remain tied with Saskatchewan for in the West Division and will play their remaining four games against conference rivals (two home, two away).Eskimos head coach Chris Jones, who also runs Edmontons defence, said his team hurt itself with 18 penalties for 224 yards.I think our decision-making was the thing that was probably the biggest critical factor, he said. We took way too many undisciplined penalties.There were a whole lot of plays out there we failed to make that were due to a lack of discipline.Edmonton came in off an impressive 24-0 win over Saskatchewan last weekend. The defence had ssix sacks, forced two turnovers and allowed just 204 total yards while offensive the Eskimos ran for 299 yards, with John White recording 192 yards and Reilly finishing with 106. Vapormax 2019 Günstig. But on Saturday, the CFLs second-ranked rushing attack (139.6 yards per game) managed just 58 yards against Toronto — which ran for 146 yards.The run was the first thing we had to stop, Toronto defensive lineman Tristan Okpalaugo said. When youre up, they have to go to the pass and a defence loves when that happens.Reilly was 24-of-32 passing for 272 yards with two touchdowns and an interception. He was also Edmontons rushing leader with 36 yards on four carries as White finished with 17 yards on six attempts.They played a good football game . . . they had a good game plan, their guys executed it really well, Reilly said. But when we were executing our plays we were moving the ball extremely well.We werent able to establish the run and werent able to take advantage of the pressures they were bringing.Toronto improved to 4-6 against West Division teams and 1-7 when trailing at halftime.Edmonton fell to 6-2 against East Division squads. Jones suffered the loss in his return to Toronto, where he served as Argos defensive co-ordinator in 2012-13.Waters also had two converts.Reilly had Edmontons other TD. Hugh ONeill kicked three converts and a field goal.Lawrence and Reilly scored touchdowns less than two minutes apart in the second quarter and Dexter McCoil registered a timely interception to earn Edmonton a 21-20 half-time advantage.Reilly scored on a 23-yard TD run at 9:18, then found Lawrence on a 15-yard scoring strike to put Edmonton ahead 21-20. Lawrences score was set up by Deon Laceys recovery of Robert Gills kickoff return fumble at the Toronto 36-yard line.The Argos responded with a smart-looking drive to the Edmonton 18 when Ray threw into the end zone looking for Owens. But McCoil intercepted and returned to the Eskimos 25-yard line with 1:14 remaining.NOTES — Owens and Andre Durie — who broke his right clavicle for the second time this season in practice last week — have been in Torontos lineup together just three times this season . . . Edmonton and Toronto met for the first time in regular-season play Sept. 16, 1961. Their first-ever meeting was in the 1921 Grey Cup in Toronto, won 23-0 by the Argos. In that contest, Lionel Conacher scored four different ways — two TDs after laterals, a field goal (from drop kick), a single off a missed field goal and a punt single. He left after the third quarter to play in a hockey game . . . Edmontons 24-0 win last weekend over Saskatchewan was its first shutout victory since a 38-0 decision over Calgary on Sept. 5, 2003. ' ' '
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