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Nov 16, 2012 7:53pm
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REGINA —The Saskatchewan Roughriders acquired Toronto Argonauts import
offensive lineman Chris Patrick in a trade Sunday. Andrew Luck Jersey . In exchange, the Riders
sent the Argos a conditional selection in the 2014 CFL Canadian Draft. The
six-foot-five, 303-pound Patrick started 10 games at right tackle for the
Edmonton Eskimos last season, along with appearances in the West semifinal and
final. The 27-year-old spent four seasons in the NFL prior to joining the CFL.
Meanwhile, the Argos announced the club has signed import defensive back D.J.
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over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, Whyte explained how important it was that the
Als (3-3) stayed ahead of the Blue Bombers (1-5) in the CFL East.D.J. Kennington
took advantage of some misfortune by J.R. Fitzpatrick and went to Victory Lane
for the second time in as many weeks as he won the EMCO 200 presented by Niagara
Plumbing Supply and McKeough Supply in NASCAR Canadian Tire Series action on
Saturday at Delaware Speedway. Kennington, out of St. Thomas, Ont., led a
race-high 99 laps after starting the race from the pole position in his No. 17
Castrol Edge/Mahindra Tractors Dodge. It was his second win of the 2012 season
after winning at the Speedway at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park on June 16, 13th
of his series career, and his third victory in four starts at his home track.
“To hear the cheer from the crowd makes all this hard work worthwhile,” said the
2010 Canadian Tire Series champion. “I just hate it for J.R. because that kid is
on his game and that whole team is doing well. I know we would have put on a
great show for the fans. We can race hard and race clean.” Fitzpatrick was
leading the race on Lap 158 when the red flag was given to the field after the
frontstretch lights suddenly went out for approximately 20 minutes. During the
break his car started leaking fluid and he ultimately had to give up the lead on
pit road to get service on his car. “We dont like getting the lead like that but
we had a good car all night long,” added Kennington. Defending series champion
Scott Steckly overcame some early problems to finish second while Jason Hathaway
came home in third. Two-time series champion Andrew Ranger finished fourth
followed by Pete Shepherd III in the fifth position. Kennington started from the
pole and led the first 55 laps of the race before pitting during the first
caution of the night for debris when Steckly suffered some cosmetic damage on
his Dodge. Steckly, who picked up the podium finish after the incident on Laap
53, was not real happy despite the strong finish. Dwight Freeney Jersey. “We worked on the car
all night and we have been experimenting with some stuff and maybe we shouldnt
be,” Steckly said. “But we worked on the car all night and the guys on the crew
did a great job. We are going to get a win for them real soon.” For Hathaway,
the third-place showing was just what his team needed. “Right from the season
opener we have been running well and this gives us a lot of momentum before we
head out West here in a couple of weeks,” Hathaway. “We need just a little more
luck and I think we can move up and challenge for a win here pretty soon.” Jason
White rebounded from a poor qualifying effort and spin early in the race to tie
his career-best finish in sixth. Mark Dilley also rebounded from some trouble
caused by a flat tire to come home seventh. Joey McColm, Noel Dowler and
Louis-Philippe Dumoulin completed the top 10 while Fitzpatrick was relegated to
a 14th-place finish. The race was slowed due to caution four times for 34 laps
and the race lead changed hands four times among three drivers. In the
championship point standings, Kennington took over the top spot from
Fitzpatrick, who fell to third. Ranger occupies second place – 13 points in back
of the leader. Steckly and Dumoulin remain at fourth and fifth while Hathaway
used his second consecutive top-five finish to move up to sixth in the
standings. The EMCO 200 presented by Niagara Plumbing Supply and McKeough Supply
will premiere on TSN on Sunday, July 8 at 3pm et/Noon pt and on RDS2 on
Wednesday, July 25 at 10pm et/7pm pt. The NASCAR Canadian Tire Series embarks on
its three-race swing though Western Canada on Saturday, July 14 for the A&W
Cruisin The Dub 300 at Motoplex Speedway and Event Park in Vernon, B.C. ’ ’ ’ 

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