1. CFL: Winnipeg Blue Bombers Edge Montreal Alouettes In Huge Statement Win

    Both teams entered the contest knowing how they would finish, but with nothing on the line both teams played a very tight and entertaining ball game...

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  2. CFL: Calgary Stampeders Trample Winnipeg Blue Bombers

    Going into Saturday's game the Blue Bombers knew they were in the playoffs, had nothing to gain or lose. And Winnipeg unfortunately for Bomber fans played like a team unmotivated with nothing to play for...

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  3. Les Bleus Save Themselves and Salvage Point

    The game was supposed to be so vital for the French, they were saying they couldn't afford to lose? Well, judging from the opening 20 minutes you would have never guessed that France was the desperate team in need of a result...

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  4. So far so good- Canucks off to a perfect start

    Same song different verse was the story Saturday as the Canucks once again exploded offensively with 5 goals and more importantly were able to pocket another 2 points from they're Northwest division foes...

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  5. Boatmen a Sinking Ship: Winnipeg Blue Bombers Escape with Huge Win

    Two teams that were pitted to be the Beasts of the East at the start of this year looked more like stray kittens Friday as the Bombers got an ugly win at home against the Argos...

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  6. Canucks make huge statement in opening win

    On a night filled with an emotional tribute to fallen comrade Luc Bourdon, the Canucks played with an edge and desire that hasn't been seen for a long time here...

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  7. Blue Bombers Get Taught Lesson—Esks Dominate and End Losing Streak

    Three in a row, in second place and up by two scores after their first two possessions it looked as if the Bombers were going to mop the floor with the lifeless Eskies. But one quarter does not a game make...

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  8. Three in a row- Bombers edge Esks to move into second

    The Blue Bombers over the last month of the season have finally somehow been able to turn things around. After trading they're best player and losing they're top sack getter for the ...

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  9. CFL Loses a Legend: Ron Lancaster Dies of Cancer

    The CFL suffered another terrible blow Thursday as legendaryquarterback, broadcaster, and head coach Ron Lancaster lost a courageous battle with lung cancer...

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  10. The Dawn of a New Receiving King: Milt Stegall Breaks All-Time Record in Style

    Milt Stegall shattered another record on Friday as he became the all-time CFL leader in receiving yards. The record came fittingly on a 92-yard bomb in the second quarter that helped ...

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  11. Bombs Away: Winnipeg Blue Bombers Destroy Toronto Argos

    Friday night's huge victory by the Bombers over the Argos ended with fans and media asking themselves one question, Who were those guys, and how did they were have they been all season? ...

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  12. France looks to rebound- Desperate for a win against Serbia

    France takes on Serbia in a must win match in Saint-Denis on Wednesday. Following a disastrous 3-1 hammering at the hands of Austria anything less than three point will be disastrous for France's 2010 qualifying campaign...

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  13. Overnight Twist Keeps Tom Canada in Winnipeg

    Following the supposed trade of Tom Canada for Zeke Moreno Monday was a new twist which has changed the deal completely...

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  14. Tom Canada Traded to Steeltown

    The Winnipeg Blue Bombers defence took another hit Monday as linebacker Tom Canada was traded to Hamilton along with defensive lineman Corey Mace in exchange for Zeke Moreno...

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  15. Winnipeg Blue Bombers Keep Finding Ways to Lose, Blow Huge Lead to Riders

    After everything that has gone on in Winnipeg this season nothing could surprise Bomber fans anymore. Still, going into the fourth quarter with a 17-point lead you would think should be enough to win even with a struggling team like the Bombers...

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  16. Charles Roberts Gone in the Blink of an Eye

    The soap opera that is the Winnipeg Blue Bombers' season took another dramatic twist Monday as they traded star running back Charles Roberts to British Columbia in exchange for RB Joe Smith...

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  17. Michael Bishop Leaves Winnipeg Blue Bombers Black and Blue

    Same song different verse for Winnipeg Blue Bomber fans as they fell once again, 19-6 in Saskatchewan. Any sort of momentum the Bombers got from two weeks ago was once again extinguished with a very weak performance at Mosaic stadium...

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  18. Jaguars roar into a new season full of hope

    It's finally upon us once again. The greatest time to be a football fan is here. That's right fans the NFL regular season begins once again next weekend. For all Jacksonville Jaguars fan this moment could not come soon enough...

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  19. Winnipeg Blue Bombers, Saskatchewan Roughriders Fired Up for Banjo Bowl

    A much-needed victory two weeks ago and a much-needed bye last week have led the Bombers into their labour day match-up with the Riders this Sunday...

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  20. Bitter sweet Olympics for Van Koeverden

    Adam Van Koeverden came to these Olympics full of confidence and fully expecting to become one of the most decorated Canadian Summer Olympians ever. After Saturday Van Koeverden leaves with alot of disappointment and questions as to what happened...

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  21. Life Lesson's pay off for Lamaze

    Canadian show jumper Eric Lamaze, won his second medal of these Olympics, capturing gold medal in individual showjumping...

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  22. Van Koeverden looks to join select group

    Heavily favoured Canadian Adam Van Koeverden has been cruising to victory so far in Beijing. With two victories in the k-1 1000 and the k-1 500 canoe-kayak events, Van Koeverden is poised to join a select few Canadian summer athletes...

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  23. Canada's Atheletes turning it around

    An incredible second week of performances has seen Canada suddenly move from the basement in the medal count to a remarkable 13 in the span of a week. A series of medals Tuesday has helped Canada surpass they're final mark of 12 set in Athens...

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  24. . Simon Says Silver

    Canadian hopeful Simon Whitfield finished second in a thrilling final push in the men's triathlon Tuesday. Eight years removed from his gold medal performance in Sydney Whitfield showed tremendous poise and endurance in a silver medal performance...

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  25. Van Koeverden off to final

    Perhaps the Olympian with the most expectation to win for Canada in Beijing is the defending Olympic champion Adam Van Koeverden...

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