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How to tune in to the 102nd GREY CUP
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UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- The Winnipeg Jets are off to a good start on a six-game road trip after trouble winning at home. The Islanders are struggling no matter where they are playing. Mark Stuart, Andrew Ladd and Devin Setoguchi scored second-period goals and Al Montoya made 28 saves and the Jets defeated the Islanders 3-2 on Wednesday. It was a second straight victory to start a six-game road trip for Winnipeg following a win at New Jersey on Monday. The Jets continue their trip at Philadelphia on Friday before playing the Rangers, Florida and Tampa Bay next week. They had lost three straight at home -- two in shootouts -- before starting the trip. "We gave them some life late, but we managed the game well when it counted most," Jets coach Claude Noel said. "Al made some big stops for us and we found a way to hold on." Stuarts first goal of the season on a blast from the left point right off a faceoff eluded Kevin Poulin to the glove side at 11:27. Ladd, the Jets captain, made it 2-0 off a scramble in front at 14:39 with his seventh of the season. Setoguchi made it 3-0 with his sixth goal at 16:42. Defenceman Andrew MacDonald scored for the Islanders at 17:49 of the second on the power play when he took a cross-ice pass from Thomas Vanek at the left point and fired the puck past Montoya. John Tavares made it a one-goal game at 14:01 of the third when he poked a rebound past Montoya for his team-leading 11th goal of the season. Tavares, who assisted on MacDonalds goal, leads the Islanders with 29 points. "We need everyone to have the same mindset, play hard every shift and do all the little extra things on the ice," Tavares said. "When we dont do that as a team, we are pretty easy to play against. No question this is frustrating and we need to address it." Winnipegs Jacob Trouba went off for hooking at 14:54 of the third, but the Islanders put minimal pressure on Montoya. The Islanders were coming off a poor road trip, losing at Toronto, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. They were hoping the start of a four-game homestand would be a turnaround. But the Jets handed the Islanders their ninth loss in 11 games. New York is 8-14-3 overall, last in the Metropolitan Division. And since acquiring the high-scoring Vanek in a trade with Buffalo for popular left wing Matt Moulson on Oct. 27, the Islanders are 4-10. "We have character guys in our room and I know if they keep working, we will turn this around," Islanders coach Jack Capuano said. "When you dont get results, its tough mentally. You just have to find a way out of it." The teams played a spirited scoreless first period, featuring end-to-end action at both ends of the rink. The Islanders outshot the Jets 13-11, but failed to capitalize on two power plays. Both goaltenders played well early. Poulin stopped Matt Halischuk with a flailing stop midway through the second to keep the game scoreless, but the Jets solved the Islanders goaltender shortly thereafter. The 23-year-old Poulin has struggled since becoming the teams No. 1 goaltender after starter Evgeni Nabokov sustained a groin injury against Detroit on Nov. 16. Poulin has lost four straight starts and has allowed 21 goals in his past six appearances. "We gave them too many opportunities," Poulin said. Montoya, the sixth overall pick by the Rangers in the 2004 draft, improved to 3-2-1 as he gave starter Ondrej Pavelec a rest. Montoya never played for the Rangers but did play for the Islanders for two years before joining the Jets last season. "It felt really good," Montoya said. "It was especially great to win here against the organization that gave me a chance in the NHL." The Jets are playing their first season in the Western Conference after the past two seasons in the east. They moved to Winnipeg from Atlanta after 2010-11, but the league didnt move them until realignment was implemented before this season. NOTES: The Islanders continued to be without defencemen Brian Strait (upper body) and Lubomir Visnovsky (concussion). ... The Jets were missing defencemen Zach Bogosian (groin) and Paul Postma (blood clot) and forward Jim Slater (sports hernia). ... The Islanders are 0-12-1 when they score fewer than three goals. ... The teams also meet March 4 in Winnipeg. Carmelo Anthony Swingman Jersey . And he thinks its "irresponsible" for the Buffalo Sabres to suggest otherwise. The NHLs new sheriff reacted strongly to complaints from the Sabres on Monday after he elected not to suspend Bruins forward Milan Lucic for his collision with Buffalos Ryan Miller. Walt Frazier Jersey . And hes not about to let up. 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Featuring the Calgary Stampeders taking on the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at BC Place, the 102nd GREY CUP airs live on TSN, TSN GO, and TSN Radios Grey Cup Radio Network of 20 stations across the country (see below for a list of stations). GREY CUP SATURDAY TSN’s six-hour GREY CUP SATURDAY coverage is hosted by SPORTSCENTRE’s Darren Dutchyshen and Kate Beirness, who are broadcasting live from the Vancouver Convention Centre. Their guests on GREY CUP SATURDAY include CFL Commissioner Mark Cohon, Ottawa Redblacks quarterback Henry Burris, and members of the Canadian Football Hall of Fame class of 2015. Throughout the day, the CFL ON TSN panel checks in with live look-ins from BC Place featuring Grey Cup updates, news, and analysis. As well, Paul LaPolice contributes Coach’s Playbook segments focusing on the Tiger-Cats and Stampeders’ strategies heading into the big game. CFL Insiders Dave Naylor and Gary Lawless discuss the biggest current stories from around the league with TSN’s Matthew Scianitti. Additional highlights from TSN’s GREY CUP SATURDAY are as follows: 12:30 p.m. ET on TSN1: TSN counts down the most dazzling plays of the current season with the TOP 50 CFL PLAYS OF 2014. 1 p.m. ET on TSN1: West Walkthrough: TSN is at field level as the West Division champion Calgary Stampeders complete their final walkthrough at BC Place before the big game. The CFL ON TSN panel of host Rod Smith alongside Matt Dunigan, Chris Schultz, and Milt Stegall delivers news and analysis surrounding the team. TSN football analyst Jock Climie reports from the sidelines and conducts interviews with the players. 2:30 p.m. ET on TSN1: TSN presents the 2014 CFL PLAYER AWARDS, honouring the CFL’s top players from the 2014 season. The league hands out its annual awards, including the league’s Most Outstanding Player Award, Most Outstanding Canadian Award, Most Outstanding Defensive Player Award, Most Outstanding Rookie Award, and more. 3 p.m. ET on TSN1: East Walkthrough: TSN is at field level as the East Division champion Hamilton Tiger-Cats complete their final walkthrough at BC Place before the big game. The CFL ON TSN panel of host Rod Smith alongside Matt Dunigan, Chris Schultz, and Milt Stegall delivers news and analysis surrounding the team. TSN football analyst Jock Climie reports from the sidelines and conducts interviews with the players. 4 p.m. ET on TSN1: 102nd GREY CUP quarter sponsor Nissan presents a short documentary on one of the 21 passionate high school football teams supported through its Back in the Game campaign. All teams were profiled nationally on CFL ON TSN throughout the season, and now, the journey of Edmonton, Alta.’s Eastglen High School football team will be chronicled during this 30-minute special. 8 p.m. ET on TSN2: Encore presentation of the 101st GREY CUP, a game that saw the Saskatchewan Roughriders take home the championship in front of their hometown crowd. GREY CUP SUNDAY TSN’s five-hour pre-game coverage begins at 1 p.m. ET live on TSN and TSN GO with SPORTSCENTRE’s Darren Dutchyshen and Kate Beirness broadcasting live fromm BC Place.dddddddddddd The pre-game show also features 102nd GREY CUP hosts James Duthie, Brian Williams, and Rod Smith alongside the CFL ON TSN panel of Matt Dunigan, Chris Schultz, Jock Climie, Milt Stegall, and Paul LaPolice, all broadcasting live from BC Place. During the GREY CUP SUNDAY PRE-GAME SHOW, TSN debuts the following features: Calgary: Earlier this year just a few hours before a game against the RedBlacks, Stampeders wide receiver Joe West was informed by his teammate Nik Lewis that West’s brother had been murdered. Since then, the team has rallied around West, bringing West and Lewis closer together in the wake of this tragic event. Hamilton: In his second consecutive Grey Cup appearance, Ti-Cats wide receiver Luke Tasker has a chance to bring home a championship – a scenario his father knows all too well. Steve Tasker, a Buffalo Bills Hall of Famer, went 0-4 in consecutive Super Bowl appearances with the Bills and now looks to his son to finally bring home a championship. 1964 Grey Cup: A look back to 50 years ago when the BC Lions won their first ever Grey Cup – a game that established a bitter feud between then Lions quarterback Joe Kapp and then Ti-Cats defensive lineman Angelo Mosca over a controversial hit, leading them to fight on stage at an alumni event three years ago in Vancouver. TSN counts down to kickoff with coverage of the Grey Cup Kickoff Show, which features a performance by country singer and British Columbia native Dallas Smith and the national anthem by Canadian jazz-pop sensation Nikki Yanofsky. At halftime, TSN airs the Grey Cup Halftime Show featuring 2014 Grammy Award?-winning rock band Imagine Dragons. GREY CUP POST-GAME SHOW – 10 p.m. ET live on TSN and TSN GO CFL Commissioner Mark Cohon presents the Grey Cup to the game’s winning team, as well as the awards for Most Valuable Player and Most Valuable Canadian. The CFL ON TSN panel provides post-game analysis and conducts live interviews with players and coaches on the field leading up to SPORTSCENTRE after the game. How to tune in to the 102nd GREY CUP on Sunday: - 1pm et/10am pt – Grey Cup Sunday Pre-Game Show on TSN and TSN GO - 4pm et/1pm pt – Grey Cup Sunday Pre-Game Show on the Grey Cup Radio Network - 5pm et/2pm pt – 102nd Grey Cup Pre-Game Coverage on RDS - 6pm et/3pm pt – 102nd Grey Cup Countdown to Kickoff on TSN and TSN GO - 6:30pm et/3:30pm pt – 102nd Grey Cup Broadcast: TSN, RDS, and ESPN2 (outside of Canada) Radio: Grey Cup Radio Network and SiriusXM satellite radio Digital: TSN GO and TSN.ca/Radio - 10pm et/7pm pt – Grey Cup Post-Game Show on TSN and TSN GO Grey Cup Radio Network British Columbia TSN 1410 Vancouver CFAX 1070 AM Victoria AM 1150 Kelowna Radio NL Kamloops 99.3 The Drive Prince George CJFW-103.1 FM Terrace/Prince Rupert Alberta TSN 1260 Edmonton QR77 Calgary Saskatchewan CKRM 620 AM Regina GX 94 -940 AM Yorkton CJWW – 600 AM Saskatoon Manitoba TSN 1290 Winnipeg Ontario TSN 1050 Toronto TSN 1200 Ottawa News/Talk 610 AM St. Catharines AM 800 Windsor News/Talk 1290 AM London Funny 820 AM Hamilton Quebec TSN 690 Montreal Nova Scotia News 95.7 FM Halifax cheap jerseys wholesale jerseys from china ' ' '
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