Tuesday, November 30, 2010

{allcanada} Neve Campbell, 2nd husband split  

Neve Campbell is single again after secretly filing for divorce from her actor husband John Light in June.

The actress wed the Brit in May 2007, but they have separated after three years of marriage.

Campbell filed divorce papers in Los Angeles County Superior Court in June, citing irreconcilable differences. The divorce has not yet been finalized, reports

A source tells the website, "They're still really close friends, and it was a very amicable divorce."

Campbell also specified she wants to block the court from awarding Light any spousal support.

The next hearing is scheduled for later this month.

Campbell, 37, was previously wed to Canadian actor Jeff Colt; they divorced in 1998 after three years of marriage.

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{allcanada} Tight Title Battle Highlights 2010 Season


Several storylines — JR Fitzpatrick returning to the series on a full-time basis, Andrew Ranger winning three times despite a limited schedule and veteran Mark Dilley teaming with Scott Steckly after years of association with Dave Whitlock — highlighted the 2010 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 season, but none more than the battle for the championship put on by Fitzpatrick and DJ Kennington.

The two good friends got to it right out of the gate. In the season opener at Delaware (Ont.) Speedway, Kennington (No. 17 Castrol Edge Dodge) took the early advantage by winning at his home track for the second straight season. However, Fitzpatrick (No. 84 Schick Hydro Chevrolet) stated his case, as well, with a second-place showing.

Kennington's time atop the standings with short-lived, though. In the season's second race, Fitzpatrick flexed his muscles on the road course of  Mosport International Raceway as he held off Ranger and U.S. import Jason Bowles for the victory.

Kennington jumped right back into the lead with an early July win at Quebec's Autodrome St. Eustache — his second of the young season.

After thoroughly dominating the road-course event in Edmonton, Fitzpatrick returned to the top of the standings and was able to hold serve following the annual trip to Motoplex Speedway in Vernon, B.C.

The three-race swing through Western Canada ended with a date at Auto Clearing Motor Speedway in Saskatoon, Sask., at which Kennington found his way to Victory Lane for the third time in 2010 that once again catapulted him to the top of the leader board.

And again his time as the points leader was brief. Fitzpatrick, on the power of another strong road-course performance, left Trois-Rivieres, Que., with a one-point lead. That advantage grew to 16 points following the Mosport Speedway event.

Montreal, where he historically fares better and the last of five road-course dates on the schedule, was an opportunity for Fitzpatrick to really stretch out the lead. However, both drivers encountered trouble early on in the event and Fitzpatrick left with a 51-point lead with three races to go.

The advantage shifted back to Kennington for those last three contests which would all be on oval tracks. At Barrie (Ont.) Speedway, he shaved 30 points off that lead with his fourth win of the season, setting up a thrilling end to the season.

The final twist to this season-long epic came at Nova Scotia's Riverside International Speedway in the season's penultimate event. While leading the race on Lap 184, Fitzpatrick suddenly fell off the pace with clutch problems which handed both the race and points lead to Kennington. It was the sixth time this season that the two  exchanged the top spot in the standings.

Kennington carried a 40-point lead into the season finale at Kawartha Speedway, the last hurdle to clear for his first championship. While there were moments of drama in the early going like a flat tire after leading 78 laps, but by race's end, Kennington was exactly where he needed to be and claimed his first NASCAR title.

"It was a great battle all season long," said Kennington. "And there is no one I'd rather be battling with than (Fitzpatrick). I hated that it came down to things beyond his control, but that's the way it goes. I know. I've been there."

The Event NASCAR Night of Champions Touring Awards Gala
The Place Charlotte Convention Center - Crown Ballroom
The Date Saturday, Dec. 11
The Time 7 p.m. ET
Broadcast Schedule Live Webcast on
NASCAR PR Contact Shon Sbarra, (704) 309-5493,

NCATS Notebook: Season Wrap-Up

First Timer: With his Kawartha 250 win, Pete Shepherd III (No. 7 National Exhaust/Gates Dodge) picked up his first NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 victory in just his eighth series start. He became the 12th winner in the series' four-year history. Andrew Ranger (No. 27 Dodge Dealers of Quebec Dodge) leads the all-time list with 12 wins followed by DJ Kennington (No. 17 Castrol Edge Dodge) with nine.

Perfect 10: Kennington, Ranger and JR Fitzpatrick (No. 84 Schick Hydro Chevrolet) combined to win 10 of the season's 13 races in 2010. Kennington led the way with five victories followed by Ranger with three and Fitzpatrick with two. Shepherd, Scott Steckly (No. 22 Canadian Tire/MotoMaster Dodge) and Don Thomson Jr. (No. 4 Home Hardware Chevrolet) were the other triumphant drivers this past season.

Mobil 1 Command Performance Driver of the Race: As a reward for his first NASCAR Canadian Tire Series win at Kawartha Speedway,  Shepherd collected $1,500 from Mobil 1 as the Command Performance Driver of the Race. Fitzpatrick was the 2010 leader in this category by winning this award four times to win the special season's end bonus.

Autolite Time To Change Your Position: This award goes to the driver who improves his finishing position the most over the previous event. Donald Chisholm (No. 89 Nova Construction/Keltic Ford) earned the prize for the Kawartha 250. Kerry Micks (No. 02 Dickies/Beyond Digital Imaging Ford) earned this award three times during the season which earns him to the season-end bonus.

Dodge-Mopar Fast Five: This program rewards the top five finishing Dodges in the race eligible for the award. At Kawartha Speedway,  race winner Shepherd had the top-finishing Dodge and earned $2,000. Kennington placed second among the Dodges and earned $1,500. Mark Dilley (No. 9 PartSource/Dickies Dodge) grabbed the third spot and $1,000. The performance of Steckly ranked him fourth among the Dodge entrants and netted $750. Jason Hathaway (No. 3 Snap-on Tools/Vortex Brake Pads Dodge) was the fifth highest-finishing Dodge and collected $500 in the process. In the season-long competition, Kennington led the way followed by Steckly, Hathaway, Ron Beauchamp Jr. (No. 60 Mopar/.Mobil 1 Dodge) and Dilley.

Coca-Cola Move of the Race: Improving his position the most over the course of the season-ending race was Shepherd, which earned him the $1,000 award from Coca-Cola. Beauchamp collected the year-end bonus.

MAHLE Clevite Engine Builder of the Race: The driver who compiles the most points in a specialized system involving qualifying, race finish and laps led collects this $1,100 special award. Shepherd garnered the most points to earn this bonus at Kawartha. Kennington earned the most points overall in 2010 to win the overall honor.

Vtech Free Pass: Vtech awarded the driver who logs the highest race finish after receiving a 'free pass' during the event with a $1,000 award. Shawn McGlynn (No. 56 B&B Decals/Wigs For Kids Dodge) was the recipient for the Kawartha 250. Joey McColm (No. 50 Race Time Radio/ It Dodge) earned the 2010 season-end bonus.

Year-End Awards Gala Set In Hall Of Fame

NASCAR will honor its 'stars of tomorrow' and short-track veterans by gathering them in the greater Charlotte (N.C.) area for two special year-end celebrations.

NASCAR will return to Charlotte with a special week of activities culminating with the 2010 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Awards Banquet on Friday, Dec. 10 and the NASCAR Night of Champions Touring Awards Gala on Saturday, Dec. 11. The banquets will be held at the Charlotte Convention Center's Crown Ballroom in the NASCAR Hall of Fame.

Fans throughout the U.S., Canada, and around the globe, will again be able to watch the festivities from both nights via a live webcast on

"With the recent opening of the NASCAR Hall of Fame, this is a tremendous opportunity to honor the top drivers throughout NASCAR's developmental series in a most appropriate setting: the showcase of our sport's history," said George Silbermann, NASCAR managing director of racing operations.

"The week-long schedule of special activities for our champions, track promoters and industry members will put the spotlight on the important series and tracks that make up NASCAR's foundation. We are especially pleased to be able to bring the events from both nights to fans everywhere – who have followed their favorite drivers all season at their favorite tracks – through the NASCAR Home Tracks website."

In addition to the new NASCAR Hall of Fame complex, the region is the home of the NASCAR Research & Development Center in Concord, N.C., as well as a majority of today's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR Nationwide Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series teams.

The NASCAR Night of Champions Touring Awards Gala will feature the series champions and top drivers from NASCAR's regional touring series including invitees from the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West, the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour, and the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1. Today, drivers from many of these key regional touring series are thrilling fans in each of NASCAR's three national series.

The Westin Charlotte will be the host hotel for both awards banquets.

Up Next: NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown

The 2011 NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown, the sport's premier short-track racing showcase will return to the Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) on Jan. 28-29.

The eighth running of the event, which brings together the top racers from across North America and has grown into the "Daytona 500 of short-track racing," will be highlighted by the 225-lap NASCAR K&N Pro Series all-star race.

The NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown main event is broken up into three sections – two 100-lap segments preceding a 25-lap dash to the finish. Last year, Joe Gibbs Racing driver Joey Logano became just the second driver to win two Showdowns when he held off a furious challenge over the closing laps from the 17-year-old Sergio Pena, who was making his series debut for Revolution Racing/Drive for Diversity.

The race features secured starting spots for the 2010 champions of NASCAR's developmental series and race winners of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series from the 2010 season. Eighteen-year-old Ryan Truex leads the field of drivers who have already earned spots, having recently wrapped up his second straight NASCAR K&N Pro Series East championship.

Other drivers who have secured starting spots include NASCAR K&N Pro Series race winners Ty Dillon, Max Gresham, Paulie Harraka, Erik Holmes, Patrick Long, David Mayhew, Brett Moffitt, Andrew Ranger, Greg Pursley, Auggie Vidovich, and Darrell Wallace Jr., in addition to NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national champion Keith Rocco and NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 champion DJ Kennington.

The schedule also includes a 75-lap NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Super Late Model race and a 50-lap NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model race. The top five NASCACR state champions in attendance will have secured starting spots in the Late Model race. New to this year, the 25-car fields for each of those races will be set by a pair of heat races – 25 laps for the the Super Late Models and 20 laps for the Late Models.

Both nights of racing will air live on SPEED as part of full weekend of racing on SPEED that includes the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series' Rolex 24 at Daytona.

The NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown main event – contested in NASCAR K&N Pro Series cars – is open to any driver approved to drive on a half-mile or longer tracks in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series.

Current national series drivers such as Logano, Ricky Carmichael, Brian Ickler, Trevor Bayne, Matt Crafton, Ron Hornaday Jr. and Justin Lofton have competed in the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown.

Final NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Special Awards Standings

Kerry Micks, 3
DJ Kennington, 2
Anthony Simone, 2
Don Thomson Jr., 2
Donald Chisholm, 1
John Gaunt, 1
Andrew Ranger, 1
Scott Steckly, 1

Ron Beauchamp Jr., 2
Pierre Bourque, 1
Jason Bowles, 1
JR Fitzpatrick, 1
Brad Graham, 1
Steven Mathews, 1
Michel Pilon, 1
Pete Shepherd III, 1
Dexter Stacy, 1
Don Thomson Jr., 1
James Van Domselaar, 1
Nathan Weenk, 1

JR Fitzpatrick, 4
Andrew Ranger, 3
Scott Steckly, 3
Don Thomson Jr., 2
Pete Shepherd III, 1

DJ Kennington, 198
JR Fitzpatrick, 159
Scott Steckly, 158

Joey McColm, 2
Jarrad Whissell, 2
Mark Dilley, 1
Maryeve Dufault, 1
John Gaunt, 1
Jeff Lapcevich, 1
Shawn McGlynn, 1
Andrew Ranger, 1
Pete Shepherd III, 1
Anthony Simone, 1
Don Thomson Jr., 1


Driver 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
Ron Beauchamp Jr. 1 0 1 3 2
Pierre Bourque 0 0 1 0 0
Mark Dilley 0 0 2 3 1
Jason Hathaway 0 0 4 2 5
DJ Kennington 5 4 2 0 1
Joey McColm 0 0 0 1 1
Andrew Ranger 4 0 0 0 1
Howie Scannell Jr. 0 0 0 0 1
Trevor Seibert 0 1 1 1 0
Pete Shepherd III 1 3 0 0 0
Scott Steckly 2 5 2 2 0

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TORONTO -- The depleted Toronto Blue Jays bullpen regained a familiar face Tuesday night when reliever Jason Frasor pulled himself off the open market by accepting the club's offer of salary arbitration.

The right-hander's decision came ahead of a midnight deadline for free agents offered arbitration to either accept or decline.

Teammates Scott Downs, Kevin Gregg and Miguel Olivo all rejected the offer and remain free to sign with other clubs. Should they move on, the Blue Jays will be receive compensatory draft picks.

Frasor's decision comes after he was able to test the market briefly after going 3-4 with four saves and a 3.68 earned-run average in 69 games this past season, when he earned US$2.65 million.

While he expressed a desire to remain in Toronto after the season, he added he was curious to see what other teams might offer him. But he was likely hurt by his status as a Type A free agent, entitling the Blue Jays to two draft picks had he left.

Frasor joins fellow right-hander Shawn Camp as one of the few veteran holdovers from a bullpen that ranked 10th in American League relief ERA in 2010.

Left-handed set-up man Downs, also a Type A free agent, and closer Gregg, a Type B, are both said to be drawing plenty of interest from other clubs.

Olivo, a Type B catcher, was acquired from the Colorado Rockies on Nov. 4 ahead of a deadline for exercising player options. The Blue Jays turned down his US$2.5 million option, opting instead for a $500,000 buyout, and should Olivo walk, the Blue Jays will have, in essence, bought a draft pick.

If Downs, Gregg and Olivo all sign elsewhere, the Blue Jays will add four more compensatory picks to the one they will get from John Buck's signing with Florida.

Frasor and the Blue Jays have until the Jan. 5-15 salary arbitration filing period to work out a new deal. If no agreement is reached, the sides will exchange salary arbitration figures on Jan. 18, with hearings set for Feb. 1-21.

The next deadline looming for teams is Dec. 2, the last day for teams to offer 2011 contracts to unsigned players. Anyone not offered a contract becomes non-tendered and hits the open market.

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Adam Morrison made 23 saves to lead the Saskatoon Blades to a 2-1 victory over the Vancouver Giants in Western Hockey League action Tuesday.

Morrison only had to make five third-period saves to preserve the win, but was sharp in helping Saskatoon kill off six Vancouver power plays.

Chris Collins and Josh Nicholls had goals for the Blades.

Brendan Rowinski scored for Vancouver while Mark Segal made 21 saves.

Saskatoon (19-6-1) leads the East Division while Vancouver (13-10-4) is still tied for first in the B.C. Division.

Elsewhere in the WHL, Medicine Hat beat Seattle 3-1 and Kootenay beat Everett 3-1.

Saskatoon opened the scoring with 1:07 left in the first period.

Brent Benson stopped the puck and passed it to Collins, who beat Segal with a wrap-around. It was Collins' fourth goal of the season and third in 10 games since joining the Blades earlier this month from the Chilliwack Bruins.

The Giants had a five-on-three power play for 76 seconds in the second period, but could only muster a few opportunities before a Greg Lamoureux high-sticking penalty ended it early.

On the ensuing power play, Curtis Hamilton dropped the puck to Nicholls, and his snap shot beat Segal for his 12th goal of the season.

Hamilton, an Edmonton Oilers prospect, leads the WHL with a plus-26 rating.

Vancouver had a chance to get on the board later in the period when they had a brief seven-second two-man advantage, but Morrison continued his sharp play.

The Giants got on the board with a short-handed goal with just over two minutes to go in the second period. Rowinski rushed down the left side on a two-on-one and beat Morrison through his legs while killing a penalty to teammate Neil Manning.

Segal picked up the only assist on Rowinski's first goal since coming to Vancouver from the Moose Jaw Warriors three weeks ago.

Rowinski had another short-handed opportunity early in the third period but Morrison was able to get a glove on the shot.

Tigers 3 Thunderbirds 1

At Kent, Wash., Emerson Etem, Hunter Shinkaruk and Matthew Konan scored as Medicine Hat defeated Seattle for its eighth straight win.


Ice 3 Silvertips 1

At Everett, Wash., Nathan Lieuwen made 26 saves as Kootenay beat the Silvertips.

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[SurroundSound] Re: Redbone - Message From A Drum, from reel

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The Montreal Juniors took over first place in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League by taking advantage of the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies' generous defence.

Jeremy Gouchie and Louis-Marc Aubry each had two goals and an assist as the Juniors won their sixth straight game, hammering the Huskies 9-2 on Tuesday.

With 45 points, the Juniors are a point ahead of Quebec, Lewiston and Saint John at the top of the QMJHL standings.

The Huskies, meanwhile, are on an 18-game winless streak and have surrendered a league-high 150 goals in 29 games.

Philippe Fontaine and Trevor Parkes also had two goals for Montreal, while Janos Hari scored with one second remaining to cap the rout.

Robert McEwan and Jonathan Bonneau replied for the Huskies.

Elsewhere in the QMJHL, Lewiston beat Cape Breton 2-1 in overtime and Victoriaville edged Rimouski 3-2 in a shootout.

At Rouyn-Noranda, Que., Etienne Marcoux made 31 saves for the Juniors (21-4-3).

Jeffrey Noonan stopped 14 of 20 shots for the Huskies (4-23-2) before being replaced by Mickael Audette, who stopped 17 of 20 shots in relief.

Maineiacs 2 Screaming Eagles 1

At Sydney, N.S., Zachary Evans-Renaud scored in overtime as Lewiston beat Cape Breton.

Antoine Houde-Caron also scored for the Maineiacs (21-8-2).

Nick Parker replied for the Screaming Eagles (9-18-3).


Tigres 3 Oceanic 2 (SO)

At Rimouski, Que., Brandon Hynes scored the game-tying goal and followed with the only goal in a shootout as Victoriaville beat the Oceanic.

Yanni Gourde also scored for Victoriaville (15-13-2).

Patrick Delisle-Houde and Ryan Kavanagh replied for Rimouski (15-15-1).

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{allcanada} James to seek bail on 9 new charges

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WINNIPEG -- It's expected that disgraced former junior hockey coach Graham James will ask to be released on bail on nine sex charges Wednesday morning, but the Crown will fight the move.

A bail application hearing has been set in provincial court for James, who has been held in the Winnipeg Remand Centre for the last month after turning himself in.

Crown attorney Colleen McDuff declined an interview request, but a spokesman for her office told The Canadian Press that McDuff will oppose bail and ask the judge to keep James behind bars.

James, 58, is accused of sexual assault, gross indecency and other offences involving three boys between 1979 and 1994. One of his accusers is Theo Fleury, who went on to star in the National Hockey League.

In an autobiography published last year, Fleury accused James of abusing him starting at the age of 14.

James coached junior and minor hockey teams in Winnipeg, Moose Jaw, Sask., Swift Current, Sask., and Calgary. He pleaded guilty in 1997 to hundreds of assaults on two teenage players, including former NHLer Sheldon Kennedy, and was sentenced to 3 1/2 years in prison.

He was quietly pardoned a decade later -- a fact that was revealed by The Canadian Press last April.

The news prompted the federal government to swiftly double the waiting period before convicted felons can apply for pardons. Further restrictions, including a change that would deny child sex offenders the right to apply for a pardon, are currently being examined by a parliamentary committee.

James's last known address was Guadalajara, Mexico. He turned himself into police at Toronto's Pearson International Airport in October after Winnipeg police issued an arrest warrant on the new charges.

James's lawyer, Evan Roitenberg, declined an interview request Tuesday. He has been going over the Crown's evidence since James's arrest.

He has previously said that James thought he had moved past this chapter in his life but is "now faced with it again."

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{allcanada} Gagne lifts Lightning over Maple Leafs 4-3 in OT

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TORONTO (AP)—Simon Gagne(notes) made an impressive return to the Tampa Bay Lightning lineup, scoring 1:15 into overtime Tuesday night for a 4-3 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs.

The star forward also provided a screen when Martin St. Louis(notes) tied the game with just 8.7 seconds left in regulation.

It was quite a night for Gagne, who had missed 18 games with a neck injury. The overtime winner came on a 2-on-1 rush with Brett Clark(notes) and was his first goal as a member of the Lightning.

St. Louis had two goals and Ryan Malone(notes) also scored for Tampa Bay.

Nikolai Kulemin(notes) scored twice and Kris Versteeg(notes) had the other goal for Toronto.

It was the beginning of an important three-game homestand for a Maple Leafs team that has dropped eight in a row away from Air Canada Centre. With the playoffs drifting further from view, this stretch of the schedule seems critical.

Toronto's struggling offense got a nice gift just 1:25 into the game. Lightning goalie Dan Ellis(notes) was unable to handle a long bouncing shoot-in, triggering a play that ended with Versteeg scoring his seventh goal after Tyler Bozak's(notes) attempt went wide.

A familiar story line developed from there as Toronto goalie Jonas Gustavsson(notes) was called on to make a couple of tough saves.

He kicked out his right leg to deny Dominic Moore(notes) and seemed to distract Dana Tyrell(notes) when he stacked the pads on a breakaway chance.

The Maple Leafs appeared to go ahead 2-0 before the intermission, but Luke Schenn's(notes) goal was quickly waved off because Clarke MacArthur(notes) was deemed to have interfered with Ellis. Replays appeared to show Victor Hedman(notes) backing the Toronto forward into the crease.

Tampa Bay tied it at 1 after a nice play by Gagne, who was in the lineup for the first time since Oct. 21. He stopped the puck behind the goal and got it quickly to Malone, who beat Gustavsson with a wraparound at 5:18 of the second period.

Kulemin put the Leafs ahead by two goals with a hard shot from the top of the circle on a power play at 11:51 before adding an insurance marker just more than 7 minutes into third, knocking in a loose puck after it had taken a funny bounce off the boards and fooled Ellis.

St. Louis took over from there, beating Gustavsson from in close just more than a minute later before sending the game to overtime by blasting a shot past the Toronto goalie.

The decision to shift Nazem Kadri(notes) to center on Toronto's top line with Phil Kessel(notes) and MacArthur didn't yield any results. The unit appeared disjointed at times and Kadri struggled with the move back to center—winning just three of 16 faceoffs through 40 minutes—before being replaced by Bozak late in the game.

On the bright side for the Maple Leafs, they managed to contain NHL goals leader Steven Stamkos(notes). He was held without a goal, making it the first time all season he's gone three games without scoring.

NOTES: Kulemin took three minor penalties. He was called for two in the first 22 games. … Toronto's Joey Crabb(notes) played the 30th game of his NHL career after being recalled from the AHL Marlies. … John Mitchell(notes) and Brett Lebda(notes) were healthy scratches for the Maple Leafs. … The Lightning dressed seven defensemen. … Stamkos has six goals and 14 points in 10 career games against Toronto. … It was the sixth straight start in goal for Gustavsson. … Announced attendance was 19,063.

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BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Jim Kelley, a longtime sports writer and member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, has died after a long battle with cancer. He was 61.

Kelley was a broadcaster on all-sports radio station The Fan 590, and a hockey columnist on Rogers Sportsnet's website. He posted his final column on on Tuesday -- a retrospective on Brian Burke's career with the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Buffalo News sports editor Steve Jones confirmed that Kelley died Tuesday at Buffalo General Hospital.

Kelley spent much of his 30-year career covering the NHL for the newspaper before taking jobs with, and working as a broadcaster in Toronto. Most recently, he was writing columns for Sports Illustrated.

Kelley was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2004 upon receiving the Elmer Ferguson Award for hockey writers. He was scheduled to be inducted into the Buffalo Sabres' Hall of Fame on Jan. 1.

Kelley is survived by his wife Susan, daughters Erin and Megan, and three grandchildren. Funeral arrangements were pending.

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{allcanada} Coaching carousel starts to spin

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One coordinator with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats is gone and another one and possibly two will follow, has learned.

As first reported by on Monday, offensive coordinator Mike Gibson is gone.

His contract, along with the other coaches, is over at year's end. Gibson's departure is due to personal reasons: he became engaged to a woman from western Canada. Whether he would have been retained is open to speculation.

Defensive coordinator Greg Marshall is not expected back with the club.

There will be a push to hire deposed Edmonton head coach Richie Hall because of his close connection to Ticats head coach Marcel Bellefeuille, sources tell

The two worked together in Saskatchewan.

Hall will likely be on the short list for the head coaching job in Saskatchewan, if Ken Miller gives up that post to concentrate solely on football operations. Riders' offensive coordinator Doug Berry is expected to be the other candidate to take over as coach.

Meanwhile, speculation continues concerning Stampeders offensive coordinator Dave Dickenson, who is one of three Calgary coaches to be interviewed this week for the vacant head coaching job in Edmonton.

A source told that Dickenson will decline the job if offered. Ideally he'd like to coach in B.C. because his wife is from Vancouver.

The thinking is Dickenson will either stay in Calgary to continue in his current role and possibly succeed John Hufnagel, if he decides to concentrate on managing the team after this season. Dickenson will also be highly sought after when Lions' GM/coach retires after next season, as expected.

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[SurroundSound] Re: 5.1 - 7.1 channel check

Thanks for the heads up at rutracker, I'll look for it! And thanks for
the future channel ID tests.
They'll certainly come in handy....appreciate the work, Highlander

On Nov 30, 2:32 pm, grill <> wrote:
> Ok, guys, I'll prepare the 'noid torrent asap.
> @Highlander, my TP - Anthology BD -> DVDA conversion is at rutracker
> (2 x DVD9 5.1).
> On nov. 30, 05:37, Highlander <> wrote:
> > Yes I agree, please post on the 'noid for us non-hubbers. Thx grill.
> > Highlander
> > P.S. this is off topic, but did Tab ever post anywhere besides the
> > hub,
> > Tom Petty's Anthology in 5.1? He mentioned the possibility last July
> > for us non hubbers...which I know is not just Stephen and I. :-)
> > On Nov 29, 10:27 pm, Stephen Disney <> wrote:
> > > Yes please!  A valuable package in deed!
> > > S
> > > On Mon, Nov 29, 2010 at 3:36 PM, grill <> wrote:
> > > > HT(PC) users! I created a 5.17 GiB package for testing the mainstream
> > > > surround audio formats (in both files and discs) and the proper
> > > > speaker arrangement of your gear. It's already in my Hub share: Please
> > > > let me know if you want me to share it at 'noid.
> > > > File listings:
> > > > AVCHD_BD
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless__blank_video_5.1_24_192_lpcm.iso
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless_5.1_24_192_dtshd_ma.iso
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless_7.1_24_48_dolby_truehd.iso
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless_7.1_24_48_dtshd_ma.iso
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless_7.1_24_48_lpcm.iso
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless_7.1_24_96_dtshd_ma.iso
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless_7.1_24_96_lpcm.iso
> > > > DTS-CD
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossy_5.1_16_44_dts_cd.bin
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossy_5.1_16_44_dts_cd.cue
> > > > DVD-A
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless_5.1_24_96_mlp.iso
> > > > DVD-V
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossy_5.1_16_48_dd.iso
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossy_5.1_16_48_dts.iso
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossy_5.1_24_96_dts.iso
> > > > FILES
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossy_5.1_16_48.ac3
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless_5.1_dsd.dff
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossy_5.1_16_48.dts
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossy_5.1_24_96.dts
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless_5.1_24_192.dtshd
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless_7.1_24_96.dtshd
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless_5.1_24_192_lpcm.flac
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless_7.1_24_96.flac
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless_5.1_24_192_dtshd_ma.m2ts
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless_7.1_24_48_dolby_truehd.m2ts
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless_7.1_24_48_dtshd_ma.m2ts
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless_7.1_24_48_lpcm.m2ts
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless_7.1_24_96_dtshd_ma.m2ts
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless_7.1_24_96_lpcm.m2ts
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless_5.1_24_96.mlp
> > > >
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless_5.1_24_192_lpcm.wav
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossless_7.1_24_96_lpcm.wav
> > > > hd_dolby_truehd_channel_check_lossy_5.1_16_44_dts_cd.wav
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{allcanada} 'Gossip Girl' preview: Damien returns and he's still wheelin' and dealin'

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Can we get three cheers for the return of Canadian Kevin Zegers as Damien on "Gossip Girl"? Maybe it was just us, but we loved him as poor- little-rich-boy drug dealer who used Jenny's (Taylor Momsen) fashion-related "talents" to transport drugs and then dumped her when she wouldn't have sex with him. Clearly, we need therapy.

Damien makes his triumphant return when Dan (Penn Badgley) and Blair's (Leighton Meester) mission to find out the truth about Juliet (Katie Cassidy) leads them to Serena's old boarding school stomping grounds in Connecticut. The Knightley School in Cornwall, Connecticut to be precise. What is Damien doing there? Drug dealing, of course (Connecticut "burbs do big business over the holidays." Swoon!).  It's nice that he asked how Jenny was doing. 10 points to Blair who proudly declares, "I banished her." Memories.

In the preview clip for "The Townie" (airing Monday, Dec. 6) we learn Damien knows Juliet and just saw her in the city the previous week (and may have sold her the drugs she used on Serena). At first Damien wants no part in any of Dan and Blair's "Veronica Mars"-like investigation, he seems to crack a bit when they tell him Serena (Blake Lively) ended up in the hospital. Aw, a drug dealer with a heart of gold.

In the extended promo for the episode, we get quick glimpses of S at boarding school (which includes her blowing bubbles, dancing, and kissing a Justin Bieber-fied Damien!). It seems like we'll also be getting a lot of Dan and Blair action, including the two riding in an old-school VW Buggy. Cute! While we love Chuck and Blair, we've always wanted to see something happen between the odd couple, Dan and Blair. 1. They have great chemistry. 2. It would stir up a lot of drama post-Juliet. "Chair" fans, if you are going to stone us, please just avoid our faces. Thanks.

Lastly, it seems we will finally get a showdown between Juliet and Serena. After Juliet tells Serena, "You ruined my brother's life," S responds, "Who's your brother?" Ouch, that's gotta sting.

Watch the preview and the extended promo for "The Townie" here:
Are you excited for the return of Damien? What about finally seeing Serena during her boarding school days? Lastly, would you like to see a Dan and Blair romance?

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