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The Calgary Stampeders have played without running back Jon Cornish for the last thre
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The Calgary Stampeders have played without running back Jon Cornish for the last three weeks and could be without the reigning Most Outstanding Player for another six. Henrik Sedin Jersey . The Stampeders placed Cornish on the six-game injury list on Wednesday morning and he would be eligible to return on Sept. 6 when the Stampeders play in Edmonton. Cornish took to Twitter to speak to Calgary fans about the injury. "To the fans that are worried about stats/accolades... The things I still have left to win arent won during the season," he wrote. He also added: "The future of my job(s) and life necessitated making a decision I will not regret." The team, however, has the right to activate him prior to that date if the situation allows. "Jon continues to make progress in his recovery but we understand the importance of being extremely careful with this type of injury and we want to make sure Jon has all the time he needs to get completely healthy," said Stampeders general manager and head coach John Hufnagel in a statement. "We look forward to having Jon back in the lineup and, in the meantime, other players have stepped up in his absence. Im confident that will continue to be the case." Cornish was diagnosed with a concussion after being knocked out of a Week 1 win over the Montreal Alouettes by linebacker Kyries Hebert. Todd Bertuzzi Jersey . The moves were the first punitive steps taken by the Dolphins since a report on the NFLs investigation of the case was released last week. Investigators found that guard Richie Incognito and two teammates engaged in persistent harassment directed at tackle Jonathan Martin, another offensive lineman and an assistant trainer. Custom Vancouver Canucks Jerseys . Rodgers was ruled out on Friday by Packers head coach Mike McCarthy. Matt Flynn will make his second consecutive start for the Packers. http://www.officialcanuckspro.com/Pavel-...ks-jersey/ .TV Series: Duck Dynasty.OTTAWA -- Carey Price called it one of his best performances and with good reason. The Montreal Canadiens goaltender was outstanding, making 40 saves in a 5-4 overtime win over the Ottawa Senators on Thursday. Without Prices heroics this one would have had a very different outcome. "The reason for tonights win is Carey Price," said Canadiens coach Michel Therrien. "He kept us in the game through two periods. I thought he was extraordinary." Price made a number of big saves and at one point had many of the Senators wondering if they would find a way to beat him. "He was the difference in the game," said Bobby Ryan. "When he saved me I thought this is going to get ugly here and then he made the ten-beller on Stone right afterwards. I just got lucky enough to get another opportunity right away." Through two periods Price had faced 38 shots and admitted he felt good despite having to be so busy. "It was fine," said Price. "Thats what we train for all year." The Canadiens got off to a great start by jumping out to a 3-0 lead, but four unanswered goals allowed the Senators to start the third leading 4-3. After giving up the lead in the second Price said little needed to be said. "There was a few things said, but weve all heard those speeches before," said Price. "We knew what needed to be done. Our leaders took over and did a good job." The Canadiens caught a break on the tying goal midway through the third. Tomas Plekanec broke in alone and while Craig Anderson made the initial save, defenceman Jared Cowen watched in horror as the puck went in off his skate. "I couldnt even get out of the way because I was stopping," said Cowen. "Just one of those things where you feel like youre helpless. In the end its just one of those terrible feelings you feel in the pit of your stomach." The game then went to overtime where Subban scored 23 seconds into the extra period as his shot trickled through Andersons legs. Despite the loss the Senators felt they played well and showed a lot of resiliency. "I thought we did a lot of good things," said Ryan. "I thought we controllled the pace most of the game. Tim Schaller Jersey. Its a loss and its a negative in that regard, but I think everyone in the room can take a lot of positives from it." Plekanec, Max Pacioretty and David Desharnais also scored for the Canadiens (27-16-5), who defeated the Senators for the first time this season (1-2-0). Clarke MacArthur, Erik Karlsson, Ryan and Kyle Turris scored for Ottawa (21-18-9). Anderson stopped 18 shots. Two goals in 84 seconds late in the second allowed Ottawa to grab its first lead of the game. A great pass by MacArthur allowed Turris to beat Price over the shoulder, sending the 19,217 on hand into a frenzy and give the Senators a 4-3 lead. Trailing 3-2 to start the second, Ottawa outshot the Canadiens 19-10 in the second and tied the game on the 37th shot as Ryan beat Price with a wrist shot. Minutes earlier Price had made outstanding saves on Ryan and Mark Stone. "(Price) had a great second period," said MacArthur. "He did a great job so you have to give him credit, but on our side we have to find a way to win those games." The Canadiens got off to a quick start taking a 3-0 lead early in the first, but with two late first-period goals the Senators were able to make a game of it. Plekanec opened the scoring with a short-handed goal on Montreals first shot. Pacioretty made it 2-0 with a power-play goal at the 14-minute mark as he roofed it over Andersons shoulder and just over one minute later Desharnais made it 3-0 as he was allowed to walk in alone and drew Anderson out to have a wide open net. Ottawas comeback started at the 17-minute mark as Karlsson found MacArthur in the middle who then tipped a shot through Prices legs. Just over a minute later Karlsson scored his 11th of the season off a pass from Jason Spezza to draw the Senators within one. Notes: D Patrick Wiercioch and D Joe Corvo were a healthy scratch for the Senators. RW Chris Neil was a late scratch, he has missed the last six games with a lower body injury. Matt Kassian took his place in the lineup. D Francis Bouillon was a healthy scratch for the Canadiens. Montreal is playing the first of a four-game road trip. 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