Wednesday, September 19, 2018

What Did You Miss Tuesday?

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--The Vegas Golden Knights have returned Jake Leschyshyn to the Regina Pats.  His return means three Pats are still at NHL camp.  They are Nick Henry (Colorado), Cale Fleury (Montreal), and Max Paddock (San Jose).  The Pats start the season Friday in Prince Albert.  The Raiders are back in Regina Saturday night.

--John Tavares scored his first two goals with the Maple Leafs and added an assist as Toronto defeated the Ottawa Senators 4-1 in the exhibition opener for both clubs. Mitch Marner chipped in with a goal and two assists for the Leafs.

--B-C Lions quarterback Travis Lulay is week to week after his left shoulder was dislocated while playing in Montreal last week. The 34-year-old says he is hoping to return to the lineup before the end of the season. Lulay left the field after being tackled by Alouettes defensive end John Bowman in the first quarter of Friday's game.

--Blake Snell became the first 20 game winner in the majors this season.  He got the victory throwing 5 shutout innings as Tampa beat

--The PGA Tour, along with FedEx and Wyndham, is changing the system for its yearlong points race and playoff format next season. Also, significantly more money will be put into the points race and playoff format, with the winner to receive a $15 million bonus starting next season. PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan announced the changes Tuesday at East Lake Golf Club, where the season-ending Tour Championship will be under a new format next year. Players who reach the 30-player field in Atlanta will be staggered based on a strokes-based bonus system that will see the leader in points start at 10 under par, with levels decreasing down to the 30th player, who will start at even par.

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