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01:56, Aug 02 2016

WINNIPEG -- Anthony Calvillos big arm usually puts opponents away. Will Hill Ravens Jersey . On Saturday, it let the Winnipeg Blue Bombers back into the game. The Alouettes quarterback threw a rare trio of interceptions as Montreal lost 26-25 to the Blue Bombers. Winnipeg scored 15 points off the turnovers, including a crucial touchdown in the fourth quarter when the Bombers were clawing back from a 25-10 deficit. The teams are now tied for first place in the CFL East Division with 10-6 records, but the Bombers have won the three-game season series and would get first place if the clubs finish the regular season tied. "The turnovers. Thats what so crucial and disappointing at the same time," said Calvillo, who only had five interceptions this season heading into the game. "Thats why Im so sick, because all these guys fought so hard, so dang hard, and then to come up knowing that youre a big part of the loss, thats what stings me. "But thats part of being the quarterback. Youve got to deal with it and move on." Calvillo, who was sacked six times, finished 14-of-37 for 199 yards, three interceptions and no TDs. It was his lowest yardage this season for a full game. Bomber quarterback Buck Pierce was 21-of-33 for 236 yards with one TD and one pick that led to a Montreal touchdown. The Bombers werent putting too much emphasis on the comeback victory. "All we did was live to play another day in terms of having that opportunity and that chance (for first place) in front of us," defensive tackle Doug Brown said. The Alouettes host the Stampeders next Sunday and end the regular season on the road against B.C. on Nov. 5. Winnipeg plays at home against Toronto next Friday and travels to Calgary Nov. 5. The Bombers had lost three of four games heading into the Montreal match, while the Alouettes had a four-game winning streak halted. Greg Carr hauled in a seven-yard TD catch for Winnipeg and running back Chris Garrett had a pair of touchdowns. Bomber kicker Justin Palardy was good on a 15-yard field goal, had a single off a missed 32-yard attempt and hit the uprights on a 27-yard attempt. Punter Jamie Boreham added a pair of singles for Winnipegs other points. Windy conditions played a huge role in the game. When the Alouettes had the wind in the third quarter, they scored 16 points and mounted a 25-10 lead, including a four-yard run for a TD by Brandon Whitaker after Pierce threw an interception. Montreal kicker Sean Whyte finished the game with a personal-best six field goals in front of a sellout crowd of 30,360 at Canad Inns Stadium. The Bombers turned the tables in the fourth, scoring their own 16 points. Palardy began the surge with a 15-yard field goal at 2:30 of the fourth, but hit the uprights on a 27-yard attempt. Calvillos third interception of the game was a tipped ball that was grabbed by Bomber defensive back Jonathan Hefney and led to Garretts first TD at 8:21 for the 25-20 score. Garretts final TD was set up by a Montreal pass interference call on linebacker Chip Cox that took the ball to the one-yard line. Quarterback Alex Brink kept it and failed to get in on the first try. He then flipped it to Garrett for the winning points with 48 seconds left. A two-point convert attempt failed. When the Als travelled to Winnipeg Sept. 30, they stymied a Bomber come-back attempt for a 32-26 victory. That day, a questionable Montreal penalty took Winnipeg to the one-yard line, but Brink failed to get into the end zone twice and time ran out. Bomber offensive lineman Glenn January said he was thinking of the deja vu as he was walking to the line of scrimmage. "The football gods ruled in our favour," January said, tipping his hat to the defences performance. Cox said the Als have struggled all season with letting opponents come back in the fourth quarter. "Weve got to learn how to step on teams," Cox said. Bomber Terrence Edwards led all receivers with 110 yards off six catches, his first 100-yard game since Sept. 11. Garrett finished with 11 carries for 57 yards. Whitaker rushed 15 times for 109 yards and receiver Jamel Richardson had five receptions for 102 yards. Notes -- Winnipeg linebacker Odell Willis left the game in the third quarter with a rib injury that will be evaluated. Carl Davis Ravens Jersey . The NHL now has 60 days to file a grievance, an action that would seek declaration that the NHLPA withheld their consent unreasonably in violation of the CBA. As well, the league may seek damages on behalf of the teams whose business will be most impacted next year. Ronnie Stanley Jersey .J. Burnett threw six solid innings to lead the Philadelphia Phillies over the Washington Nationals 7-2 on Saturday night. http://www.ravensfanaticstore.com/authentic-maxx-williams-ravens-jersey/ . Evan Oberg opened the scoring for the Wolves (31-17-6) 9:27 into the first period and Ty Rattie added an insurance goal at 12:17 of the third while Abbotsfords Shane OBrien was serving a double minor for high sticking.Gold has once again escaped the grasp of Team USA. The mens hockey team will now try to avoid leaving the Sochi Olympics without a medal at all as they battle Finland in the bronze medal game on Saturday. The United States squared off against Canada on Friday in a rematch of the 2010 gold medal game. And like those Vancouver Games, Canada got the better of the U.S. by handing the Americans a 1-0 setback. Jonathan Quick, who finishes the tournament today as the U.S. starting goaltender, was solid in net for the U.S. and posted 36 saves, but an offense that tied Finland for the most goals in the preliminary round (15) failed to get a shot by Canadian netminder Carey Price. Price ended with 31 saves to advance Canada into the gold medal game against Sweden. The only goal allowed by Quick came at 1:41 of the second period as Canadas Jay Bouwmeester unleashed a low, hard shot from the left point that was redirected into the net by Jamie Benn. The defeat dropped the U.S. to 1-4 in Olympic action against Canada since NHL players began competing in 1998. That includes an overtime setback four years ago in Vancouver. Eugene Monroe Jersey. Looking to secure a chance at winning its first Olympic gold medal, Finland instead saw its offense struggle as well in a 2-1 setback to Sweden on Friday. Without goaltender Tuukka Rask due to illness, Finland got 23 stops from Kari Lehtonen. Olli Jokinen was the lone Finn to beat Swede goaltender Henrik Lundqvist, who made 25 saves. Rask will get the start in goal for the medal game. Jokinen was in the penalty box when Sweden netted its game-winning goal in the second period as Erik Karlsson scored on a one-time blast with 3:34 on the clock. The Finns had a power-play opportunity midway through the third, but failed to cash in and didnt have many good scoring chances the rest of the way. Finland is looking to secure an Olympic medal for the fifth time in the last six Olympic Games. The Finns won bronze in 2010 after taking silver four years prior. The U.S., which has not won gold since the 1980 Games in Lake Placid, won silver in 2002 and four years ago in Vancouver after being held without a medal in 2006. The last time the Americans won a bronze medal was in 1936. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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