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Dec 20, 2012 7:42pm
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FROSINONE, Italy—Canadas Ryder Hesjedal remains the man to beat at the Giro
dItalia. Eli Manning Jersey . The Victoria cyclist was
seventh in Mondays stage to hold onto the pink leaders jersey, avoiding a crash
on the final turn that took out several of the top contenders. “Another perfect
day by the team,” Hesjedal said. “We took control in the approach to the last
hills and I was able to benefit from perfect position. “My legs felt great and I
was able to stay out of trouble. Another sweet day in Pink.” Hesjedal, who rides
for Garmin-Barracuda, made history on Saturday when he became the first Canadian
to wear the pink jersey. He remained nine seconds ahead of Spains Joaquin
Rodriguez and 15 seconds in front of Italys Paolo Tiralongo after Mondays stage.
Spanish rider Francisco Ventoso won the ninth stage in a sprint finish. Former
Milan-San Remo winner Matthew Goss was set up for the sprint when he
miscalculated the final curve and flew off his bike. He eventually got up and
limped away. World champion Mark Cavendish also went down but did not appear
injured. He is still recovering from a bad case of road rash in the third stage.
This was the third mass crash of the race, following similar falls in the
opening sprint stages in Denmark. “When theres a group this big theres always
risks,” Ventoso said. “I tried to stay fresh all week and today was a tough
finish and I handled the last curve well. I saw some space and got myself in
there.” Ventoso, who rides for the Movistar team, was timed in three hours 39
minutes 15 seconds for the 173-kilometre leg from San Giorgio Del Sannio to
Frosinone, south of Rome. Fabio Felline of Androni and fellow Italian Giacomo
Nizzolo of RadioShack were second and third, both with the same time as Ventoso.
Most of the stage was flat, but there were a couple uphill sections shortly
before the finish that made it tough for many top sprinters. Stage 10 Tuesday is
a 187-kilometre hilly course from Civitavecchia to Assisi. —With files from
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stay positive about tomorrow, its hard tho when you have two surgeries in 5
months. #faith,” Messam, who signed with the Miami Dolphins earlier this
off-season, wrote on Twitter. Messam injured the same knee last year while
playing in Edmonton. Carl Banks Jersey .Y. —Buffalo Bills
starting safety Jairus Byrd is expected to play at Cleveland (0-2) on Sunday
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. Thats all it will take for Vancouver Canucks head coach Alain Vigneault to be
behind the bench at the 2012 Tim Hortons NHL All-Star Game in Ottawa. Jason Pierre-Paul Authentic Jersey . The No.
1 overall draft pick threw his first NFL pass for a long touchdown, just like
Peyton Manning in 1998, then led Indianapolis to two more touchdowns. Domenik Hixon Jersey . The 32-year-old Owen
has agreed to a one-year deal with Stoke after failing to re-ignite his career
at Old Trafford during three injury-blighted seasons. Stoke announced details of
the signing on Twitter. TORONTO —Dallas Eakins and the Toronto Marlies have
moved on. Thats the message the Marlies coach delivered Friday, hours after the
American Hockey League admitted its officials erred in allowing a fluke overtime
goal to stand up in Game 3 of the Calder Cup final. The goal gave the Norfolk
Admirals a bizarre 1-0 win Thursday night and a 3-0 series lead over the
Marlies. “Never forget that (at)theahl is a developmental league for the
referees as well,” Eakins tweeted Friday morning. “Players and coaches have made
mistakes. “We all move on.” Eakins made no attempt Thursday night to hide his
bitter disppointment, saying “I would rather someone take a pair of steel toed
boots and kick me in the nether regions than lose a game like that.” But on
Friday, he echoed the conciliatory sentiments of his tweet when meeting with
reporters following the AHLs admission. “This league is a developmental league
and I have made plenty of mistakes behind that bench in my three years here,” he
said. “I have players on a night-to-night basis make mistakes and I think we all
forget sometimes that these referees are developing as well. And when you have
to look at your mistakes and face that adversity youre better for it. “I know
those four guys who were refereeing that game last night, it wasnt a malicious
thing at all. They missed a call and I can guarantee you those four guys and any
of the backup guys who were in attendance, that will never ever, ever, ever
happen again in their careers. It just wont. Theyll remember it, theyll learn
from this and theyll be better for it. I believe that.” The Admirals were handed
the win after defenceman Mike Kostkas dump-in hit a stanchion deep in the
Marlies zone and caromed into an open net. Toronto goalie Ben Scrivens was
behind the goal to play the incoming puck but could only watch in disbelief as
the puck took the wild bounce. “I had it timed pretty well that I was getting to
the boards right as it was coming into the goal-line area,” Scrivens said. “I
took my eye off the puck to get my positioning because you dont want to go
head-first into the end boards. “I heard it hit the stanchion, I looked up
looking for it and only picked it up as it was kind of crossing my area. My
immediate thought when I saw it was, Oh there it is, its going to across the
front of the net, that will be close. As it was travelling I kind of saw the
angle and was like, Oh, no. What can you do?” Thhe problem is game officials
didnt notice Norfolk had at least one player offside when the puck was shot in.
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the goal should have been disallowed. But AHL president Dave Andrews said in a
statement despite the error, the result will stand. Norfolk can clinch the
Calder Cup final by winning the fourth game of the series Saturday afternoon at
Ricoh Coliseum. “We have spoken with Toronto Marlies management and confirmed
that a rules interpretation error by the on-ice officials occurred on the
Norfolk Admirals overtime goal during Game 3 of the Calder Cup finals,” Andrews
said. He went on to explain that a correct application of the AHL rulebook would
have negated the goal. “As AHL bylaws do not allow for any change to the final
result of a game based on an incorrect rule interpretation, the result of the
game stands,” he said. Eakins said the Marlies should also shoulder blame for
putting themselves in a position where a bizarre twist could determine their
fate. “In the end, I dont want to be in overtime in a 0-0 game,” he said. “We
had chances to close it out, we didnt. “We couldve played better in that game.
Its on us. We have to score to win the game and we didnt have any up on the
board. We take responsibility for that. But I have the feeling, a confident one,
that we can win the next game and so does our team. We will move on as such
because even had we won that game, we want to win Game 4 so we will try to win
Game 4.” Scrivens said while Thursdays outcome was gut-wrenching, the Marlies
cant afford to feel sorry for themselves. “We have to move on because if we
dwell on it we have no chance in Game 4,” he said. “We had to win Game 4 anyways
so our plan hasnt changed much. “Weve done a good job of leaning on each other .
. . . we have a lot of character guys in that group. I dont foresee us having
too many people dwelling on it too much. Were going to be ready for Game 4 and
thats going to be our focus.” Marlies captain Ryan Hamilton agreed. “Honestly,
its not hard to prepare for the next game,” he said. “Were not giving up, we
know its going to be a long battle but you have to take it day by day, game by
game and were excited were at home and want to get the win. “We did some good
things in the last game but we werent at our best . . . when we are I think we
can really do some damage and thats what were going to concentrate on.” ’ ’ ’ 

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