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Hamilton, ON - The Hamilton Tiger-Cats look for back-to-back wins for the first time this season when they entertain the Edmonton Eskimos at Tim Hortons Field on Saturday night. You can catch all of the action live on TSN 1, 3, 4 and 5 at 7pm et/4pm pt. Hamilton has won a total of just three games in 10 opportunities this season, failing to deliver consecutive victories at any point. The Tiger-Cats actually have the same number of points earned as both Montreal and Toronto, but Hamilton has a game in-hand after shocking Saskatchewan last weekend at home, 28-3. Enjoying their best defensive effort of the season by far, the Ticats also have to keep in mind that they were going up against a backup quarterback in Tino Sunseri, after Darian Durant went down with an injury the week prior. The Hamilton defense saw an opportunity and went on the attack, limiting the backup signal caller to a mere 9-of-21 passing for 88 yards and an interception. The unit sacked Sunseri five times and limited the Roughriders to only 201 yards of total offense. One of those sacks was credited to linebacker Taylor Reed who finished with a total of seven stops, on his way to being named the CFL Defensive Player of the Week on Monday. Zach Collaros was in charge of the Hamilton offense yet again, converting 29- of-36 passes for 287 yards and a pair of TDs, both of them going to Luke Tasker who had just three total receptions. Special teams played a prominent role in the win as well for the Ticats, with kicker Justin Medlock accounting for nine points and returner Terrell Sinkfield bringing back a punt 57 yards for a major. Sinkfield, who fielded 12 punts and generated 151 yards on those returns, as well as another 16 on a kickoff return, was named the CFL Special Teams Player of the Week for his efforts. While the Tiger-Cats were charging toward a lopsided win, putting an end to a two-game slide, Edmonton was also halting a two-game losing streak as it topped Montreal at home in a 33-16 final last Friday night. Edmonton, which is tied for second place in the West Division standings with Saskatchewan, started off the meeting slow, but came on in the fourth quarter by scoring 21 points. Quarterback Mike Reilly was back in the saddle and recorded a pair of rushing touchdowns in the final period to push his team back into the win column. Reilly, who finished second on the team with 56 net rushing yards, also connected on 22-of-32 passes for 271 yards. Although he was held out of the end zone, Adarius Bowman caught 10 passes for 131 yards, both of which were game highs for the receiver. The Edmonton offense produced 458 yards, just slightly more than double that of the Alouettes who tallied 228 yards on 63 snaps. Bowman has become the premier pass catcher in the CFL this season, his 75 receptions and 997 yards easily distancing himself from the pack. Bowman may be tied with British Columbias Emmanuel Arceneaux for the league lead in receiving TDs with six, but he has more than twice as many catches and close to 400 more yards than his counterpart for the Lions. Because of the efforts of Bowman and his teammates, Edmonton is currently ranked second in the league in scoring after 12 weeks of action with 26.7 ppg, while the Cats are in the bottom third of that list with 22.1 ppg. Although it may not be a clear indication of how well a team performs, the fact that the Eskimos are at the top of the chart in time of possession (30:59 per game) and Hamilton is bringing up the rear (24:11), could have an influence on this weeks meeting. Edmonton won the first meeting of the season between the clubs with a 28-24 victory in Week 2 at home. In that contest, the Esks survived 11 penalties, for 102 yards, by intercepting three passes and recovering three fumbles. It also helped greatly that kicker Grant Shaw converted four of his six field goal tries and finished with 16 points overall. The Tiger-Cats used a trio of quarterbacks as Jeremiah Masoli, Dan LeFevour and Collaros combined to hit just 17-of-34 passes for 241 yards and a single touchdown, while being sacked four times In terms of the all-time series, taking into consideration only regular-season meetings dating back to 1961, Edmonton now leads by a count of 55-30-1 with three wins in the last four matchups. Wholesake Fake Air Jordan 1 . The 25-year-old Lu, a regular on the Japan LPGA Tour after giving up her LPGA Tour membership in 2010, shot an 8-under 64 in windy, wet conditions at Kintetsu Kashikojima. Fake Shoes From China . -- Barry Bonds is all set to return to the San Francisco Giants. https://www.fakeshoes.net/. 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"This one moment is because of the combination of all the hard work that weve had, especially over these past couple of years, and showing by our grit and determination that we wanted to be up near the top. I feel that we deserve to be up here now, and its an amazing feeling and we want to have more of it." The dancers from Waterloo, Ont., scored 175.45 to finish second behind European champions Anna Cappellini and Luca Lanotte of Italy. Nathalie Pechalat and Fabian Bourzat of France were third with 175.37. Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier of Unionville, Ont finished eighth with 153.86 points, while Alexandra Paul of Midhurst, Ont., and Mitchell Islam of Barrie, Ont,. were 10th with 148.76 points. Mao Asada of Japan topped the free skate in womens singles to capture her third world title. Asada, who held a slim 1.42-point lead after the short program, under-rotated three jumps but finished with 216.69 points, 9.19 ahead 15-year-old Julia Lipnitskaia of Russia. Italys Carolina Kostner, the 2012 world champion, took the bronze with 203.83 points. Kaetlyn Osmond of Marystown, N.L., was 11th, while Gabrielle Daleman of Newmarket, Ont., was 13th. "It wasnt the performance I wanted to have," Osmond said. "I love this program, I have loved skating it and I really wanted to show it off tonight." Weaver and Poje have skated in the shadow of Canadian world and Olympic champpions Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir for several years.dddddddddddd But Virtue and Moir, and Americans Meryl Davis and Charlie White, gold medallists last month at the Sochi Games, are expected to announce their retirement soon. Neither of the teams competed at the world championships, leaving two spots on the podium up for grabs. "Its an incredible feeling. Im without words," Weaver said. "I cant believe that we performed the free dance today the best we have all year under the pressure of the circumstances of the top teams being so close. Im just so proud of Andrew and I and the work we have done this year and that we just havent given up in our careers and that is what has brought us to this moment." The silver sends the Canadian team home with two medals. Meagan Duhamel of Lively, Ont., and Eric Radford of Balmertown, Ont., won bronze in pairs earlier in the week. Asada, who finished sixth at the Sochi Olympics, also won the world championships in 2008 and 2010 and became the first Japanese three-time champion. Skating to Sergei Rachmaninovs "Piano Concerto No. 2," Asada opened with her trademark triple Axel but under-rotated that one as well as a triple flip and double loop, but she earned high style points after impressing the judges. "I was able to control myself and I have done what I had to do," Asada said. "I was much more nervous than I was for the short program but the cheering from the fans was with me and made me relax." Yuna Kim, the defending champion, has retired and Olympic gold medallist Adelina Sotnikova of Russia wasnt competing at the worlds. ' ' '

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