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(SportsNetwork. Asdrubal Cabrera Jersey .com) - Dave Cameron will begin his career as an NHL head coach against some stiff competition when his Ottawa Senators host the Los Angeles Kings in Thursdays clash at Canadian Tire Centre. Cameron was hired to replace Paul MacLean on Monday when the latter man was fired by the Senators after three-plus seasons behind the bench. MacLean won the Jack Adams Trophy after the 2012-13 campaign, but Ottawa missed the playoffs last season and is just 11-11-5 in 2014-15. An assistant coach under MacLean, Cameron will make his NHL head coaching debut tonight against the defending Stanley Cup champions. In addition to winning two of the last three Stanley Cups, the Kings also have owned Ottawa in recent years. The Sens are just 2-9-2 with a tie over the past 14 meetings against Los Angeles and the Kings have claimed five of the past seven encounters in Canadas capital city. MacLean led Ottawa to only two wins over his last nine games, but his final effort behind the Sens bench did result in Sundays comeback win against Vancouver. Ottawa trailed 3-0 in the early going against the visiting Canucks, but wound up winning 4-3 in overtime. Erik Karlsson netted the game-winning goal for Ottawa 1:21 into the extra session. Mika Zibanejad, who finished with two goals and two assists, dropped a pass back to Karlsson in the slot and the Ottawa captain beat a screened Eddie Lack with a wrister for the win. We didnt start the game very well, Karlsson said. Vancouver was more on their toes. After that, I thought we took over and we controlled the game. We created a lot of good scoring chances which we just didnt score on. By the end, we deserved to get the two points. David Legwand also scored for the Sens and Bobby Ryan recorded three assists. Craig Anderson made 30 saves for the Senators, who halted a five-game skid. Legwands power-play tally sparked the comeback, cutting the deficit to 3-1 with 9:07 left in the second period. Zibanejad then scored twice before the end of the second period to even the contest by the end of 40 minutes. Ottawa improved to 6-3-3 as the host with Sundays win. After tonight, the Sens will play three straight and five of their next six games on the road. The Kings, meanwhile, are hoping to halt a two-game slide when they play the second test of a five-game road trip tonight. L.A. has lost its last two in regulation, dropping a 2-1 home decision Saturday against Philadelphia before losing 1-0 Tuesday night in Buffalo. Tyler Ennis third-period goal proved to be the difference in the Sabres close win over Los Angeles. Ennis scored the lone goal of the game on the power play early in the final stanza, beating Jonathan Quick from in front four minutes into the third. Los Angeles has not won in Buffalo since Feb. 21, 2003 and fell to 3-5-4 overall on the road this season. The Kings outshot Buffalo by a 34-16 margin, but Sabres netminder Jhonas Enroth prevented the visitors from scoring. L.A. has managed only eight goals over the last five games and is averaging just 2.54 goals per game this season. We have to score goals. Were not scoring enough, said Kings defenseman Drew Doughty. The bottom line is we need to put pucks in the net. Quick stopped 15 shots in Tuesdays loss and is expected to start tonight. He is 4-1-0 with a 2.01 goals against average in his career versus the Senators. Anderson will start for Ottawa and he is just 1-6-4 with a 3.80 GAA against L.A. The Kings will continue their road trip with Fridays game against Montreal. Ottawa played Sunday without forward Milan Michalek (upper body) or defenseman Marc Methot (back). Both players are questionable for tonight. Nolan Ryan Jersey . Keenum will make his first appearance in a regular-season game against the rugged defence of the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium, where the fans just set a Guinness record as the noisiest outdoor stadium in the world. Jeurys Familia Jersey .com) - Devon Johnson ran for a school record 272 yards with four touchdowns and No. http://www.baseballmetsproshop.com/mets-darryl-strawberry-jersey/ . Here at TSN.ca we will take a look back at the season by bringing together a panel of experts to help pick the best 50 players of the season.CHICAGO -- The San Francisco Giants on Wednesday became the first team since 1986 to win a protest filed with Major League Baseball, and will now get to resume a rain-shortened game the Chicago Cubs thought they had won. MLB executive Joe Torre ruled on Tuesday nights game at Wrigley Field that was called after 4 1-2 innings. The Cubs were declared the winners by a 2-0 score. Now, it is instead a suspended game that will resume at 4:05 p.m. CDT Thursday with the Cubs batting in the bottom of the fifth. The playoff-contending Giants and Chicago have a regularly scheduled game set to begin three hours later. "I thought we had a strong case," Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. "Im just thankful and grateful that they (MLB) were open minded. "They listened and they looked at it and I think its the fair thing to do." A short rainstorm caused a delay of more than 4 1-2 hours Tuesday after the grounds crew couldnt put the tarp down quickly. The umpires said the field was unplayable and called it at 1:16 a.m. MLB ruled that the tarp had not been properly put away after its previous use. Therefore, under provisions of Official Baseball Rule 4.12 (a) (3) there a "malfunction of a mechanical field device under control of the home club." Cubs general manager Jed Hoyer called it a "just" decision. "The last thing you want is a playoff team feeling bitter about the result here," Hoyer said. "And obviously it was caused by our organization. Its a good outcome." "Hopefully we win the game. We have a 2-0 lead and pick it up from there," he said. Hoyer said the Cubs had hoped all along to play a complete game on Tuesday night, and that the Wrigley Field grounds crew and the umpires were caught off-guard by a "weird weather pattern" and a lack of advance warning of the localized downpour. That resulted in the field "wetter than usual," according to Hoyer, who added there was no rain at his house, located 12 blocks away from Wrigley Field. Manager Rick Renteria agreed with Hoyer that the game should be completed. "I believe in karma, OK," Renteria said. "The league has made the decision that this is what should be done. Were going to abide by it and hopefully we go out there and finish it off." Bochy was grateful to the Cubs for their support. I really have to compliment the Cubs," he said. "They were all for this too. They wanted to do the right thing." Giants President Larry Baer said in a statement: "We appreciate Major League Baseballs careful review of our protest that will allow last nights game to be continued tomorrow." "We want to thank Commissioner Bud Selig, Commissioner-elect Rob Manfred, Executive Vice-President for Baseball Operations Joe Torre and the Chicago Cubs organization for their co-operation throughout this process," he said. The last time a team won a protest filed with MLB was June 16, 1986, when St. Louis played at Pittsburgh. There were two rain delays at Three Rivers Stadium, and the Pirates correctly contended those didnt meet the National Leagues 30-minute threshold for cancellation. MLB said in its statement that after watching video of the trouble at Wrigley Field and talking to Cubs representatives, "the Cubs inability to deploy the tarp appropriately was caused by the failure to properly wrap and spool the tarp after its last use." "As a result, the grounds keeping crew was unable to properly deploy the tarp after the rain worsened," MLB said. MLB said it talked with umpire crew chief Hunter Wendelstedt and that grounds crew worked hard to comply with his direction to get the field covered. CHICAGO -- Thee San Francisco Giants on Wednesday became the first team since 1986 to win a protest filed with Major League Baseball, and will now get to resume a rain-shortened game the Chicago Cubs thought they had won. Zack Wheeler Jersey. MLB executive Joe Torre ruled on Tuesday nights game at Wrigley Field that was called after 4 1-2 innings. The Cubs were declared the winners by a 2-0 score. Now, it is instead a suspended game that will resume at 4:05 p.m. CDT Thursday with the Cubs batting in the bottom of the fifth. The playoff-contending Giants and Chicago have a regularly scheduled game set to begin three hours later. "I thought we had a strong case," Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. "Im just thankful and grateful that they (MLB) were open minded. "They listened and they looked at it and I think its the fair thing to do." A short rainstorm caused a delay of more than 4 1-2 hours Tuesday after the grounds crew couldnt put the tarp down quickly. The umpires said the field was unplayable and called it at 1:16 a.m. MLB ruled that the tarp had not been properly put away after its previous use. Therefore, under provisions of Official Baseball Rule 4.12 (a) (3) there a "malfunction of a mechanical field device under control of the home club." Cubs general manager Jed Hoyer called it a "just" decision. "The last thing you want is a playoff team feeling bitter about the result here," Hoyer said. "And obviously it was caused by our organization. Its a good outcome." "Hopefully we win the game. We have a 2-0 lead and pick it up from there," he said. Hoyer said the Cubs had hoped all along to play a complete game on Tuesday night, and that the Wrigley Field grounds crew and the umpires were caught off-guard by a "weird weather pattern" and a lack of advance warning of the localized downpour. That resulted in the field "wetter than usual," according to Hoyer, who added there was no rain at his house, located 12 blocks away from Wrigley Field. Manager Rick Renteria agreed with Hoyer that the game should be completed. "I believe in karma, OK," Renteria said. "The league has made the decision that this is what should be done. Were going to abide by it and hopefully we go out there and finish it off." Bochy was grateful to the Cubs for their support. I really have to compliment the Cubs," he said. "They were all for this too. They wanted to do the right thing." Giants President Larry Baer said in a statement: "We appreciate Major League Baseballs careful review of our protest that will allow last nights game to be continued tomorrow." "We want to thank Commissioner Bud Selig, Commissioner-elect Rob Manfred, Executive Vice-President for Baseball Operations Joe Torre and the Chicago Cubs organization for their co-operation throughout this process," he said. The last time a team won a protest filed with MLB was June 16, 1986, when St. Louis played at Pittsburgh. There were two rain delays at Three Rivers Stadium, and the Pirates correctly contended those didnt meet the National Leagues 30-minute threshold for cancellation. MLB said in its statement that after watching video of the trouble at Wrigley Field and talking to Cubs representatives, "the Cubs inability to deploy the tarp appropriately was caused by the failure to properly wrap and spool the tarp after its last use." "As a result, the grounds keeping crew was unable to properly deploy the tarp after the rain worsened," MLB said. MLB said it talked with umpire crew chief Hunter Wendelstedt and that grounds crew worked hard to comply with his direction to get the field covered. Cheap Heat Jerseys Cheap Bucks Jerseys Cheap Timberwolves Jerseys Cheap Pelicans Jerseys Cheap Knicks Jerseys Cheap Thunder Jerseys Cheap Magic Jerseys Cheap 76ers Jerseys Cheap Suns Jerseys Cheap Blazers Jerseys Cheap Sacramento Kings Jerseys Cheap Spurs Jerseys Cheap Raptors Jerseys Cheap Jazz Jerseys Cheap Wizards Jerseys ' ' '

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