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But the Team Canada captain wasn't done. John Tavares scored through a screen at 9:22 for a 5-2 lead, but Artemi Panarin got one back for Russian Federation with nine seconds left in the third period. He didn't hesitate in his answer. If Sweden wants to advance they're going to have to continue the strong play that got them to this point. "And it would be cool with Brad Marchand".
  • Fury 'at an all time low' says uncle

    Fury 'at an all time low' says uncle

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    Klitschko appears to have had enough of the whole situation and he is now looking to find a new opponent to fight in October after being let down once again. But Fury withdrew on June 25 with an ankle injury he picked up in training. Sources insisted it is a delay rather than a cancellation, though Fury may now be stripped of his titles.
  • Plate umpire Layne hit in mask, leaves Mariners-Twins game

    Plate umpire Layne hit in mask, leaves Mariners-Twins game

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    Brandon Kintzler pitched the ninth for the Twins, collecting his 15th save after a scare when the first two Mariners reached base. Home plate umpire Jerry Layne was hit in the mask by a foul ball in the first inning and had to leave Sunday's game between Seattle and Minnesota because of concussion-like symptoms.
  • Watford defender Daryl Janmaat ruled out for up to six weeks

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    A trip to newly promoted Burnley (1-1-3) would appear to give Watford a great chance of making it three wins on the spin, but Mazzarri is not taking Monday's opponents lightly. "The FA can call me with the help of an interpreter, but they haven't called up until now". They won against Liverpool and that shows they are strong.
  • Hunger for success more now than 20 years ago: Wenger

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    The England global doubled the Gunners lead on 14 minutes with a strike from close range in between goals from Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil. Chelsea have only been able to claim one point from their last three Premier League games and are now placed eight in the league table - eight points beneath the top of the table Manchester City.
  • No. 23 Mississippi dominant in 45-14 win over No. 12 Georgia

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    Georgia didn't play well. Ole MISS: The Rebels are off to a rough start, losing two of their first three games and failed to cover in two of three as well. The next step Missouri must figure out is how to close out games, after the Tigers choked away what would have been a monumental win against Georgia last Saturday night at Faurot Field.
  • Barca must adapt to Messi's absence, says Luis Enrique

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    Messi then played in four straight matches for Barcelona against Alaves, Celtic, Leganes and Atletico Madrid . "When there are 11 guys in the area, co-ordinated like that, it takes a lot out of us to break them down", he said in quotes reported by Marca.
  • Sanders urges turned-off voters to turn out for Clinton

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    Compared to other university campuses across the country, Curtis said he believes Harvard students have more readily accepted Clinton's nomination, and himself called the DNC Bernie or Bust parades "quite frankly ridiculous". In the Ohio Democratic primary, CNN exit polling showed Mr. Sanders winning 81 percent of the Millennial vote. Shaheeda Haque, 17, said many friends at Akron plan to stay home.
  • Steelers looking to beat up Carson Wentz on Sunday

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    This, of course, is nothing unique to Pittsburgh. Again, it's one thing to ride the wave of early success against teams like the Browns and Bears . But I just think they're not quite ready for this challenge. Defenses have to follow along that same trend. You speak with others, they like to see them do well.
  • Jets' Marshall likely game-time call with ailing knee, foot

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    Fellow wide receiver Eric Decker also did not practice while dealing with a sore shoulder. "For me, you've got to think about, this is Week 3, and although every game is important and you approach it that way, you never want to hurt the team or hurt yourself worse".
  • Leistikow: A checklist to Iowa victory at Rutgers

    Leistikow: A checklist to Iowa victory at Rutgers

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    Chris Laviano's failure to pitch to an open teammate on fourth-and-goal from Iowa's 1-yard-line was a mental error that caused the entire stadium to gasp. Now starting quarterback CJ Beathard and the Iowa Hawkeyes look to get back to their winning ways as they hit the road today and travel east for today's game.
  • Bills owner backs Rex Ryan's decision to fire Greg Roman

    Bills owner backs Rex Ryan's decision to fire Greg Roman

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    This is not how I wanted to get this job. No. 1, I made the decision on letting Greg Roman go. "I'm going to be in my playbook when I get there from the time I land", Fitzgerald said. "Obviously, I feel a great deal of responsibility for where we're at as a football team and not real comfortable right now, to be honest with you". "Just being in a relaxed, calm environment and taking all the emotions out of it where I can think clearly and make the best calls".
  • Florida at Tennessee score, updates, highlights

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    I'll even include commenter picks in that as well. Basically, it's been a long time . He was held out of Florida's 32-0 win over North Texas last week with a quad injury. They'll pull away late and end up winning big. Auburn (1-2, 0-1) is trying to bounce back from a double whammy of home losses to No. 10 Texas A&M and No.
  • Man United 4-1 Leicester: No Rooney, yes party

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    United then stepped things up a level, scoring at the end of an 18-pass move when Pogba's latest scooped pass was flicked into the path of Juan Mata by Jesse Lingard for the Spaniard to blast into the corner. The rest of the United players, besides Phil Jones, are fit to take part in the game. Jose Mourinho praised his Manchester United team after the 4-1 victory over Leicester City , citing the Reds' intensity and movement as key factors in the success.
  • Alabama RB Harris exits with leg injury

    Alabama RB Harris exits with leg injury

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    The junior and sophomore, respectively, have racked up over 200 yards each, with four total touchdowns. The touchdown was the first of Wilson's career, and marked the sixth and final time the Crimson Tide found the end zone in Alabama's 48-0 victory over Kent State.
  • San Francisco Giants Quickly Remove Offensive Tweet

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    That hashtag referred to Bumgarner's shouting at Puig, which was wonderfully narrated by Vin Scully. After grounding out to Bumgarner in the 7 Inning, Puig must have looked at the Giants ace in a amusing way, enough for him to repeatedly tell the once-promising slugger, "Don't look at me".
  • Zverev upsets Berdych 6-4, 6-4 to reach St. Petersburg final

    Zverev upsets Berdych 6-4, 6-4 to reach St. Petersburg final

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    He needed just 81 minutes to dismiss Berdych, scoring one break in each set and saving all 4 break points in the closing stages of the match to advance to the title match. He continued to push Berdych on return, ripping some great returns and groundstrokes, especially from his backhand side, and he gained the full control with another break in the 3rd game of the second set.
  • Sadio Mane revels in opposition teams fearing him

    Sadio Mane revels in opposition teams fearing him

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    Goals from Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane put Liverpool 2-0 ahead only for terrible play by emergency centre-half Lucas to gift Jamie Vardy a goal for the visitors. "They deserved to win because they created so many more chances than us". Well, in his post-match conference, Klopp made it very clear what he thinks of hearing his name sung during matches.
  • Russia 2018 Qualifiers: Rohr invites Mikel, Iwobi, Success for Zambia clash

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    Super Eagles Coach, Gernot Rohr has named 23 players for the World Cup qualifier against Zambia at the Levy Nwanawasa Stadium in Ndola in October. The camp of Super Eagles will open in Abuja on October 2 in preparation for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifying match away to Zambia's Chipolopolo in Ndola on October 9.
  • Heat's Chris Bosh fails physical in attempt at comeback

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    The latest blood clots aren't believed to be life-threatening, but the Herald reports it would be "unrealistic" for Bosh to play with them. He will not be cleared to participate in training camp, the Miami Heat announced the news on Friday (Sept.
  • Buescher on verge of claiming improbable berth in the Chase

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    Chase Elliott, Austin Dillon and Jamie McMurray held on to their slots, holding off challengers Newman and Kasey Kahne. Stewart, who burst into flames following the wreck, said Newman was in a stressful situation throughout the night. But once again Saturday, he watched a race slip out of his hands. Then he won the whole thing, his third NASCAR championship. "You have to do what's best for your team, worry about the consequences when all the dust settles", he said.
  • Garnett expected to retire

    Garnett expected to retire

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    He is the most distinguished player in Minnesota franchise history. A 15-time All-Star, Garnett ranked 17th with 26,071 career points, ninth in career rebounds with 14,662 and 17th in blocked shots with 2,037. Upon returning to Minnesota, Garnett spoke of his desire to become part owner of the team once his playing career again. I wish him continued success in the next chapter of his life.
  • Red Sox get eighth straight win

    Red Sox get eighth straight win

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    The Red Sox have won each of his last nine starts since August 7. David Price earned his 17 win of the season as the Boston Red Sox increased their winning streak to eight games. The Orioles also made a $10,000 donation in Ortiz's name to the World Pediatric Project to help critically ill children in the Dominican Republic. At this time of the year, with rosters expanded and bullpens overflowing, a compulsive manager like Baltimore's Buck Showalter could be compelled to match up with ...
  • Running Back Has Torn Meniscus

    Running Back Has Torn Meniscus

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    The running back went down with a horrendous looking knee injury during the Vikings 17-14 victory over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night. An MRI exam Monday detected the torn meniscus. "It kind of depends how big and how bad (Peterson's) meniscus tear is", McCarthy said. Afterwards, Peterson was seen wearing a large knee brace and was walking on crutches.
  • Vincent Kompany out of Swansea clash

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    The 45-year-old believes he has got better at making these hard decisions over time, although it appears keeping Toure out of his matchday squads will have been one of his easiest calls given his views on players' agents or family members creating problems for the club.
  • Vikings OC Norv Turner impressed with Sam Bradford

    Vikings OC Norv Turner impressed with Sam Bradford

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    Head Coach Mike McCarthy had no update on the injury situation, other than to say Shields had a workout on Monday morning, which would indicate he's not being totally restricted from physical activity in the concussion protocol. "That's our identity and that's how we're built". "He's a really good player, and he's going to make those types of throws". "We're not going to change and go to like five (receivers) every play".
  • Steelers turn gambles into points in rout of Redskins

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    Antonio Brown caught two touchdown passes and had 126 yards receiving, DeAngelo Williams rushed for 143 yards and two touchdowns and Ben Roethlisberger threw for 300 yards and three touchdowns. BROWN DELIVERS: Of Brown's eight catches, his best came with double coverage on him on fourth-and-1 from the 29 and the Steelers down 6-0. On the ground, Mack Brown rushed for 149 yards and a touchdown in 19 attempts while Rob Kelly added 99 yards in 16 attempts.
  • North America beats Sweden in OT, needs help to advance

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    Today, inside I will a cheer for winless Finland to knock Russian Federation out of the tournament not because I wish Russian Federation any ill will - but it's the only way North America survives. But a win in overtime - and let's face it, TNA was going to run game in the 3-on-3 - is better than a loss in regulation. Sweden players said they knew they had to reach overtime to get into the semifinals.
  • Chances get away in Packers' 17-14 loss to Vikings

    Chances get away in Packers' 17-14 loss to Vikings

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    We'll go back and look at the first two weeks and evaluate everything. He's one of those guys who you don't really worry what the stats are saying. But I liked the call. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is running the 29th-ranked offense in the league after two games and he's coming off a rough game against the Vikings, so his self-assessment on Wednesday wasn't a surprising one.