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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Sports Nov 10 2011

Wasaga Beach | by Bayshore News Staff  

Scores and Games

A six-game winning streak is a distant memory for the Ottawa Senators. Marian Gaborik scored twice, including the game winner in the third, as the New York Rangers beat the Sens 3-2.

Elsewhere, Brett Connolly scored in overtime as the Lightning got past the Flyers 2-1. And Craig Smith had two goals and an assist as the Predators doubled up the Ducks 4-2.
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The N-B-A and its players will resume negotiations at noon Eastern today in an attempt to end the 132-day lockout. The two sides met for nearly 12 hours yesterday. Commissioner David Stern had sent a 5pm deadline yesterday for players to accept the league's latest proposal or have it replaced by a much harsher one.
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Quarterbacks Anthony Calvillo of the Montreal Alouettes and Travis Lulay of the B.C. Lions were named the East and West Division nominees for the C-F-L's outstanding player award. The 39-year-old Calvillo is looking to capture the honour for the third time in four years. The C-F-L will honour its top individual performers Nov. 24 in Vancouver.
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Olympic champion Eric Lamaze says he is considering retirement in the wake of the sudden death of his horse Hickstead. The 43-year-old show jumping star from Schomberg, held an emotional news conference to discuss the horse's death during a competition last weekend in Italy. Lamaze is competing at the Royal Horse Show this week in Toronto as a tribute to Hickstead.
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In Women's Hockey at the Four Nations Cup in Finland, Canada shut out Finland 5-nothing. Vicki Bendus of Wasaga Beach scored Canada's second goal in the game. Canada plays the U.S. this morning in their second game at the tournament.


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