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TSN and the Hockey Hall of Fame announced Friday they have reached an agreement
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Fame through to 2022. TSN is one of the first three founding sponsors of the
Hockey Hall of Fame with a relationship that began in 1993. As part of the new
10-year agreement:-The Hockey Hall of Fames new state-of-the-art theatre will be
branded as the TSN Theatre. The TSN Theatre will open its doors to the public
this week with its first 3D theatrical film: Stanleys Game Seven. -TSN becomes
the presenting sponsor for the Hall of Fame NHL Media Awards. -TSN holds the
broadcast rights to all Hockey Hall of Fame events including the Hockey Hall of
Fame Inductee Announcement, the Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, and the
annual Hockey Hall of Fame Legends Classic. “While we like to say at TSN that
hockey lives here, theres not a doubt that hockeys home is at the Hockey Hall of
Fame.  We are absolutely thrilled to extend our long partnership with this
institution so renowned for celebrating excellence in a game cherished by
Canadians across the country,” said Stewart Johnston, President of TSN. “We are
looking forward to having millions of hockey fans visit the new TSN Theatre and
to working with the Hall of Fame on many new initiatives over the next 10
years.” “Hockey Hall of Fames growth, development and on-going success is built
on strong corporate partnerships.  One of the first three founding sponsors to
pledge financial and promotional support to the Hockey Hall of Fame relocation
and expansion project in 1993, and recently renewed for a further 10 years, is
TSN,” said Bill Hay, Chairman and CEO, Hockey Hall of Fame.  “We are excited
about our renewed partnership and the new TSN Theatre, which promises to be an
integral entertainment hub here at the Hockey Hall of Fame for many years to
come.  We thank TSN for their unwavering commitment and HHOFs mandate to
preserve and promote the history of our great game.” The annual Hockey Hall of
Fame Induction Ceremony airs live on Monday at 7:30pm et/4:30pm pt on TSN2
followed by the Hockey Hall of Fame Legends Classic at 9:30pm et/6:30pm pt.
Hosted by TSNs James Duthie, this years Hall of Fame inductees include
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safety Charles Woodson has a broken collarbone and will be out approximately six
weeks.WASHINGTON—Even Matt Kemp was willing to concede the phantom run the
umpires said he scored for the Los Angeles Dodgers in the fourth inning—long
before his go-ahead homer in the ninth—should not have counted. Washington
Nationals manager Davey Johnson (“They obviously blew the call”), third baseman
Ryan Zimmerman (“You cant just give out free runs in the big leagues”) and
catcher Jesus Flores (“Terrible call”) were much more blunt about it. In a wild
game Wednesday, Kemp was ruled safe at home to give Los Angeles a six-run lead
even though TV replays clearly showed that Zimmermans head-over-heels lunging
tag already had been applied to runner Adrian Gonzalez at third for the innings
final out. After Washington used a six-run eighth to tie the score, Kemp led off
the ninth with a homer off closer Tyler Clippard, and the struggling Dodgers
grabbed a 7-6 victory for a doubleheader split that prevented the Nationals from
sewing up their first playoff berth since moving from Montreal in 2005. “It
looked pretty close. I actually probably should have been running just forward
and not looking back. ... I dont know if I quite made it or not,” Kemp said,
before asking reporters whether they had seen a replay. Informed that he should
not have scored, Kemp said: “Actually, yeah, I dont think I did. But we got
lucky right there. We stole a run.” That extra run really loomed large when the
hosts—who had won the opener 3-1 thanks largely to Jordan Zimmermanns six
innings of one-run baseball—wound up sending 12 batters to the plate while
scoring six runs in the eighth. “At the time, I dont think anyone thought it was
a really big deal, but it turned out to be a big deal,” Zimmerman said. “It was
5-0, and they just make it 6-0.” Crew chief Mike Winters declined to comment.
“Calls like that, you never know when theyre going to come back and kick you,”
said Washingtons Michael Morse, who delivered a leadoff homer and a two-run
single in the eighth. The announced crowd of 26,931 was getting loud, perhaps
anticipating a comeback and playoff-clinching victory, when Kemp drove an 0-2,
elevated fastball from Clippard (2-5) over the wall in centre for his 19th
homer. “I cant remember ever putting a ball in that spot and getting hurt like
that in my whole career,” said Clippard, who earned his 32nd save of the season
in Game 1. “Its a tough one to swallow, but nothing I can do about it now.”
Ronald Belisario (7-1) earned the win by getting the last two outs of the eighth
inning. Brandon League picked up his third save with a hitless ninth.
Washingtons victory in the opener was Los Angeles ninth loss in 12 games—and
lowered the hosts magic number for securing at least a wild-card spot to one.
But the Nationals must wait at least another day to be certain of making the
playoffs. “Were not shooting for a playoff spot. Were shooting to win a
division,” Clippard said. Robert Mathis Womens Jersey. “So regardless
if we won tonight or not, thats not really where we want to be.” Los Angeles
Game 2 starter, Josh Beckett, threw seven shutout innings but left in the eighth
after allowing four runs—three earned—and five hits. By then, Johnson had
pulled starters Jayson Werth, Zimmerman and Adam LaRoche—Washingtons Nos.
1-3-4 hitters. While Beckett was terrific for a time, retiring 13 consecutive
batters in one stretch, Nationals starter John Lannan struggled almost from the
outset. Making his second start since taking over Stephen Strasburgs slot in the
rotation, Lannan looked little like the guy who entered the night 3-0 with a
2.41 ERA in the majors in 2012—and much more like the guy who spent most of
the year at Triple-A Syracuse. He was charged with three runs in each of the
third and fourth innings, hurt by singles, walks and a hit batter. In all,
Lannan lasted only 3 2-3 innings, giving up eight hits. He departed with the
bases loaded in the fourth, giving way to Chien-Ming Wang, who had been out with
a hip injury and missed about 2 1/2 months. Wangs first pitch in a major league
game since June 30 missed the mark completely. The wild pitch skipped past
catcher Flores, allowing a run to score. The batter, Hanley Ramirez, eventually
sent a grounder to Zimmerman, who flipped over and reached out to barely tag out
Gonzalez. The umpires ruled that Kemp, who was running home from third on the
play, crossed the plate in time to make it 6-0—but he had not. Johnson, in
his words, “raised a fuss” with the umpires, to no avail. “They all discussed
it, and evidently nobody was paying attention,” Johnson said. “Kemp wasnt
running. He just wasnt running. The tag play was before. Obviously they missed
it, but youd think when the three of them got together somebody wouldve been
paying attention that Kemp was not at home.” Hours before, as music blared in
the Nationals clubhouse between games, Johnson insisted it didnt matter at all
that his team had earned its 90th win and lowered its magic number for a
wild-card berth to one. “The only thing thats going to mean anything to me is
when we clinch the pennant,” Johnson said. “Thats the only thing, the only
number, Im concerned with.” The Nationals 90 victories are the most for a major
league club in the nations capital since 1933—which also was the last time a
D.C. team played beyond the regular season. “Just keep the blinders on,” Morse
said. “Just keep pushing and pushing.” NOTES: Zimmermann (11-8) got the win in
Game 1; Aaron Harang (9-10) took the loss. ... Bryce Harper made a twisting,
over-the-shoulder catch with his back to the infield on a drive to the deepest
part of the park by Shane Victorino leading off the sixth inning in Game 2. ...
Victorino stole two bases in Game 1 to raise his season total to 37, tying a
career high. ’ ’ ’ 

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