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  • Photos: Stamps’ fans’ horse Justin follows in Marty’s hoofprints, finds Regina more equine-friendly

    November 22, 2013 2:26 AM 21

    Still, on the whole, it was another successful day of horsing around for the Calgary Grey Cup Committee. And hey, at least there was no need to shout "Let the West in!" this time. They're already in the West, and it's proven to be much friendlier to equines than Toronto was last year.

  • B.C. Lions quarterback Travis Lulay u...

    November 22, 2013 1:23 AM 39

    A pair of B.C. Lions underwent two different surgeries on Thursday, the local Canadian Football League team announced. Quarterback Travis Lulay underwent surgery to tighten a ligament in his right shoulder – his throwing shoulder – on Thursday. Lulay, 30, suffered a subluxation of his throwing shoulder on Sept. 15, when he took a heavy hit at the end of a rushing

  • Grey Cup: First practice gives Tiger-Cats frostbite

    November 22, 2013 12:41 AM 22

    Ticats’ Paul Osbaldiston said the frostbite was nothing serious “but it tells you how cold it is.” REGINA—Several Tiger-Cats emerged from their first Grey Cup practice with frostbite from frigid Mosaic Stadium. But Paul Osbaldiston, Hamilton’s assistant special teams and kicking coach, said the team still relished the championship game workout. “I loved

  • Several Ticats suffer frostbite during Grey Cup practice in Regina

    November 22, 2013 12:41 AM 20

    REGINA -- Several Tiger-Cats emerged from their first Grey Cup practice with frostbite from frigid Mosaic Stadium. But Paul Osbaldiston, Hamilton's assistant special teams and kicking coach, said the team still relished the championship game workout. "I loved playing in the snow," the former longtime Hamilton kicker said Thursday at a media breakfast

  • Dzwilewski's back, but Buckley keeps Dinos' starting job for Vanier Cup game

    November 21, 2013 11:51 PM 24

    QUEBEC - Even with Eric Dzwilewski back healthy, there was no question that Andrew Buckley will be the starter for the Calgary Dinos in the Vanier Cup game. Dzwilewski got the green light from the Dinos doctors this week to return after missing almost the entire season with a foot injury. After the 2012 West Conference most valuable player was injured

  • Ticat lineman with Mensa IQ hopes to win Grey Cup... and 'Jeopardy'

    November 21, 2013 10:12 PM 29

    REGINA -- Hamilton offensive lineman Peter Dyakowski has already been crowned "Canada's Smartest Person." And now the six-foot-five 325-pounder with a Mensa IQ has earned an invitation to appear on "Jeopardy." "Once I get that under my belt, then I'm going to put myself through a good trivia boot camp," the 29-year-old Dyakowski said. But the big man with a big brain

  • Washington Capitals coach Adam Oates works to build strong relationship with Alex Ovechkin

    November 21, 2013 9:26 PM 25

    Oates reached out to Ovechkin after getting the job as coach of the Washington Capitals in June 2012, establishing a connection with the star captain that didn’t exist under Dale Hunter. He capitalized on that by convincing Ovechkin to move to right wing last season, a switch that paved the way to Ovechkin winning the Hart Trophy as the league’s most valuable

  • Grey Cup deep freeze takes its toll, several Ticats suffer frostbite from frigid practice

    November 21, 2013 8:35 PM 25

    REGINA - Several Tiger-Cats emerged from their first Grey Cup practice with frostbite from frigid Mosaic Stadium. But Paul Osbaldiston, Hamilton's assistant special teams and kicking coach, said the team still relished the championship game workout. "I loved playing in the snow," the former longtime Hamilton kicker said Thursday at a media breakfast

  • Deep freeze takes its toll, several Ticats suffer frostbite from frigid practice

    November 21, 2013 7:11 PM 27

    REGINA - Several Tiger-Cats emerged from their first Grey Cup practice with frostbite from frigid Mosaic Stadium. But Paul Osbaldiston, Hamilton's assistant special teams and kicking coach, said the team still relished the championship game workout. "I loved playing in the snow," the former longtime Hamilton kicker said Thursday at a media breakfast

  • Grey Cup: Ticats get frostbite after outdoor practice

    November 21, 2013 6:34 PM 21

    A little chill in the air in Saskatchewan as frigid weather takes over province REGINA - Several Tiger-Cats emerged from their first Grey Cup practice with frostbite from frigid Mosaic Stadium. Paul Osbaldiston, Hamilton’s assistant special teams and kicking coach, said there were no complaints despite what he called “a couple of frostbite situations