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#1 2016-12-19 07:33:36

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Horacheks first game behind the Florida

With Saskatchewan running roughshod over everyone, and Winnipegs opponents finding plenty of success running the ball against them, it will indeed be the run game at the forefront of the Blue Bombers and Roughriders annual Labour Day Classic at Mosaic in Regina. Quarterback Drew Willy may have a sore finger on his throwing hand, but its a pair of lineup changes in the Winnipeg trenches that could make a significant impact in the 51st Labour Day Weekend meeting between the prairie rivals. After missing last weeks 24-16 win over the Alouettes with a toe/foot injury, defensive end and promotional face of the franchise Jason Vega is a healthy omission from Winnipegs 46-man roster. "No, it will be Kashawn Fraser again," said head coach Mike OShea before boarding the bus with his team to Regina on Friday afternoon. "Kashawn played at a pretty high level in the last game - practiced at a high level all week." "A player got hurt. Another player stepped in (and) did extremely well. He let him compete again during the practice week, and Jason Vega did extremely well also, but as weve done in the past its hard to make changes to the roster when were coming off a win, right? We have a lot of depth on defence." It will be the rookie Frasers fifth dress and third start on the Bombers defensive line this season. Another change Winnipeg will make - but in the case of have-to more than choose-to - is starting an International at right guard with Canadian Patrick Neufeld recovering from an injury to his left leg suffered in the fourth quarter against Montreal. "The time that I did spend (on the practice roster), it was a humbling experience. I basically got better at what I can do. I basically got better in my technique," said Jarvis Jones, who comes off the PR to dress for his first game since starting Winnipegs final seven games of 2013 at tackle. "Its a lot different than tackle. The footwork and stuff is different... Its just your angles are different, basically. The way you leave the line. The way you attack guys, thats a little different at guard than tackle." Jones will be working to keep his quarterback protected from a fervent Roughriders pass rush that includes CFL sack-leader John Chick (12). But it was an incident in practice this week that startled many regarding the health of Drew Willy. Late in practice Thursday, Winnipegs first-year starter smacked his throwing hand on the helmet of defensive back Don Unamba and was in noticeable pain. The team took a walkthrough pace on Friday as Willy often squeezed his rarely-gloveless fist between infrequent short throws. "I just really wanted to see the most pain I could feel in the finger," answered Willy when questioned why he went without his throwing glove the day after the incident. "I plan on being out there (on Sunday). Thats really all Im going to say about it." "I was more frustrated about it because getting hurt in practice, you never want that to happen." NOTES: Even with International Jarvis Jones in for National Patrick Neufeld, Winnipeg wont have to make any ratio adjustments. They have started eight Canadians for the latter half of their season, making the seven starters this week Matt Bucknor, Teague Sherman, and Jake Thomas on defence, and Rory Kohlert, Cory Watson, Chris Greaves, and Steve Morley on offence. ... Joining Neufeld on the sidelines at practice this week was Canadian rookie O-lineman Matthias Goossen. Mike OShea says hes just "banged up." ... Also off the 46 this week is running back Paris Cotton, and linebacker Abe Kromah who came in last week for the now-returning Ejiro Kuale (shoulder). ... Canadian Louie Richardson returns following a glute injury that kept him out the last two weeks. ... Offensive lineman Dan Knapp (various), linebacker/safety Johnny Sears (hamstring/quad), and cornerback Donovan Alexander (knee) all practiced this week but remain on the one-game injured list. 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One game is checked off, 15 remain and the next one to get crossed out could come Tuesday night when the defending champion Heat host the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 2 of their Eastern Conference playoff series.( - The struggling Florida Panthers slow start to the season cost head coach Kevin Dineen his job. The Panthers will try to move forward with a new bench boss when they visit the Ottawa Senators for Saturdays matinee battle at Canadian Tire Centre. The Panthers, mired in a seven-game losing streak, announced the firing of Dineen and his assistant coaches, Gord Murphy and Craig Ramsay, on Friday morning. General manager Dale Tallon replaced Dineen with interim head coach Peter Horachek, who will have Brian Skrudland and John Madden serve as his assistant coaches. The coaching shake-up came the day after a 4-1 loss at Boston on Thursday. That setback dropped Florida to 0-3-4 during its current slide and to 3-9-4 on the season. "After 16 games it was clear that our team needed a change in philosophy and direction," Tallon said in a statement Friday. "We have not met the expectations that we set forth at training camp and it is my responsibility to make the necessary changes to ensure that our club performs at its maximum potential." Dineens tenure began with a 38-26-18 record and a Southeast Division title in 2011-12. The Panthers first playoff appearance since 2000 ended with a double-overtime loss to New Jersey in Game 7 of the opening round. However, Florida, ravaged by injuries, plummeted to the bottom of the standings last season, finishing with a league-low 36 points and a 15-27-6 record. Horachek, 53, inherits a team with an NHL-worst minus-25 goal differential. He was in his first season coaching the Panthers American Hockey League affiliate, the San Antonio Rampage. Prior to his job in San Antonio, Horachek spent nine seasons (2003-13) with the Nashville Predators, serving the last two years as associate head coach. "Peter is a bright hockey mind who brings to our club a wealth of coaching knowledge," Tallon said. Florida sent 24 shots at net in Thursdays game versus the Bruins, but Tuukka Rask stopped 23 of them to anchor Boston in the 4-1 win at TD Garden. Jesse Winchester scored the lone Florida goal late in the third period, while Scott Clemmensen allowed all four goalls on 30 shots in the loss.dddddddddddd The Panthers, who will close a three-game road trip Sunday against the New York Rangers, fell to 1-5-1 as the visiting team this season. Horacheks first game behind the Florida bench will be in a venue thats been less to kind to the Panthers in recent years. Ottawa has won six straight and 10 of its last 13 home meetings versus Florida. 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Thats essentially a four-point game there and weve got a game in hand on a team thats right ahead of us, so I think the thing well take from tonight is that we won a divisional game but we took care of our home ice," Ryan said. Marc Methot, Kyle Turris and Mark Borowiecki added one goal apiece and Clarke MacArthur finished with a pair of assists for the Senators, who had lost five straight before winning their last two outings. Robin Lehner made 33 saves in the win and is line to get his third straight start on Saturday. Lehner has filled in nicely since regular starter Craig Anderson suffered a head/neck injury last Sunday against Dallas. Anderson is expected to be available for todays game in a backup capacity. Nathan Lawson had been serving as a backup to Lehner while Anderson was out of the lineup. Ottawa is 2-3-2 as the host this season and will also welcome Philadelphia, Boston and Columbus to Canadas capital city before this homestand is over. 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