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Each week, well take a look at some top performers from the CFL, with an eye to looking ahead to some matchups that could be favourable for TSN Fantasy Football, CFL Edition, presented by Joseph Abboud. Here are some of the best from Week Two and players to watch for Week Three: TOP PERFORMERS Ricky Ray, QB, Toronto - After a brilliant performance (29-for-37, 407 YDS, 3 TD) against Saskatchewan, Ray leads all quarterbacks in passing yards (690) and touchdowns (five) through the first couple games. In a passing league, Ray is the cream of the crop right now. Chad Owens, WR, Toronto - Someone has to be on the receiving end for Ray and, against the Roughriders, it was Owens (11 REC, 159 YDS, 1 TD vs. Saskatchewan). Hes the leagues top receiver, with 237 yards, through two games; 93 yards more than second-place Adarius Bowman of Edmonton. Nic Grigsby, RB, Winnipeg - Followed up his stellar Week One performance with a big game (112 YDS, 16 touches, 3 TD) against Ottawa. Through two weeks, Grigsby has 251 yards from scrimmage as part of an exciting Blue Bombers attack. PLAYERS TO WATCH IN WEEK THREE Bo Levi Mitchell, QB, Calgary - After a decisive Week One win, during which Mitchell passed for 313 yards and a couple of touchdowns, the Stampeders got the week off last week. With health questions surrounding star runner Jon Cornish, the Stamps may need Mitchell to throw lots to stay competitive in Toronto. Going up against an Argonauts defence that has allowed an average of 329 passing yards through the first couple games, enough that they traded for Dwight Anderson to shore up the secondary, ought to present a favourable matchup for Mitchell too. Nick Moore, WR, Winnipeg - A big free agent signing in the offseason, Moore has been a valuable target for QB Drew Willy and if Willy is going to continue airing it out -- he and Ricky Ray are the only quarterbacks with more than 600 yards passing -- Moore is a good play as a complementary threat behind team-leading receiver Aaron Kelly. Going into Montreal isnt necessarily easy pickings, but might as well ride the Bombers, at least until they slow down. Chevon Walker, RB, Ottawa - The Jamaican-born runner had a strong debut for the Redblacks (99 YDs, 17 touches, 2 TD at Winnipeg) and has a decent track record from his time in Hamilton, including 1285 yards from scrimmage with nine touchdowns on 189 touches. Now, hes the primary backfield threat for Ottawa. Scott Cullen can be reached at Scott.Cullen@bellmedia.ca and followed on Twitter at http://twitter.com/tsnscottcullen. For more, check out TSN Fantasy on Facebook. Oakland Athletics Store . -- Jonas Hiller is cautiously confident he has kicked his vertigo. Oakland Athletics Pro Shop . -- C.J. Wilson parked his car and laughed while signing autographs for faceless fans who handed bats, balls and cards to the pitcher from the other side of a brick wall. https://www.cheapathleticsonline.com/. On July 27 cyclings best-known race will host "La Course by Le Tour de France" -- a one-day womens competition staged hours before Tour riders race on the same circuit to finish the three-week event on Paris Champs-Elysees. Stitched Athletics Jerseys . The team sent out a press release on Friday stating Poile was resting and recovering and that he will remain in hospital for further observation. The Predators were preparing for the game against the Wild when Poile was hit by a puck that flew off the ice at him where he was standing in a tunnel behind the bench. Custom Oakland Athletics Jerseys . Azarenka needed exactly one hour in a 6-1, 6-0 rout of Austrian Yvonne Meusburger to start the night session at Laver Arena. Sharapova had a much easier time earlier in the day with cooler conditions and took full advantage in 6-1, 7-6 (8-6) win over Frenchwoman Alize Cornet, while Radwanska had to rally for a 5-7, 6-2, 6-2 victory over Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova.QUEBEC -- Jan Kostalek scored twice, including 46 seconds into overtime, as the Rimouski Oceanic extended their win streak to 16 games by defeating the Quebec Remparts 4-3 on Friday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Felix-Antoine Savage and Tyler Boland also scored for the Oceanic (45-15-7) and Philippe Desrosiers made 22 saves for the victory. Adam Chapman forced overtime for the Remparts (38-17-12) when he scored at 19:47 of the third period while playing 6-on-5. Olivier Archambault and Nick Sorensen also scored for Quebec while Francois Brassard turned away 29-of-33 shots in defeat. --- TITAN 3 ISLANDERS 1 CHARLOTTETOWN -- Jacob Brennan made 36 saves as Acadie-Bathurst handed the Islanders their third straight defeat. Mark Trickett, Raphael Lafontaine and Simon Fortier scored for the Titan (22-39-6). Daniel Sprong scored the lone goal for Charlottetown (20-39-8) and Eric Brassard turned away 34-of-37 shots in a losing cause. Acadie-Bathurst went 2 for 5 on the power play as the Islanders went 1 for 6. --- MOOSEHEADS 7 SEA DOGS 2 HALIFAX -- Jonathan Drouin and Philippe Gadoury each had two goals and an assist as the Mooseheads toppled Saint John for their 12th win in a row. Bradnon Vuic, Nikolaj Ehlers and Brendan Duke also scored for Halifax (46-18-3) while MacKenzie Weegar tacked on three assists. Jurij Repe and Nicolas Hebert supplied the scoring for the Sea Dogs (19-43-5), who are on a six-game slide and out of contention for a playoff position. Zachary Fucale stopped all 11 shots he faced through two periods of play for the Mooseheads before giving way to Kevin Darveau, who stopped 10-of-12 shots in relief. Saint Johns Sebastien Auger made 35 saves in defeat. --- SCREAMING EAGLES 4 WILDCATS 3 MONCTON, N.B. -- Zachary Fortin made 34 saves as Cape Breton edged the Wildcats for its fourth win in a row. Michael Lyle and Charles-Eric Legare had a goal and an assist apiece for the Screaming Eagles (37-26-4) while Kyle Farrell and Julien Pelletier added the others. Vladimir Tkachev, Gareth Nicholson and Christophe Lalonde scored for Moncton (32-32-3) and Alex Dubeau allowed four goals on 15 shots in defeat. Wildcats forward Christopher Caissy received a major and game misconduct at 16:07 of the second period for goaltender interference. --- DRAKKAR 4 SAGUENEENS 0 CHICOUTIMI, Que. -- Denis Gorbunov had a pair of goals and Philippe Cadorette stopped 25 shots as Baie-Comeau blanked the Sagueneens.dddddddddddd. Alexandre Chenevert and Gabryel Paquin-Boudreau also scored for the Drakkar (46-16-5), who remain atop the QMJHL standings with one regular-season game remaining on schedule. Janne Puhakka and Nikita Liamkin led all Chicoutimi (27-39-1) skaters with three shots apiece on Cadorette. Julio Billia turned aside 43-of-47 shots for the Sagueneens, who are 2-8-0 in their last 10 outings. --- FOREURS 6 ARMADA 1 BOISBRIAND, Que. -- Antoine Bibeau made 26 saves as Val-dOr defeated the Armada for its fourth win in a row. Anthony Mantha and Samuel Henley each had a goal and an assist for the Foreurs (45-20-2) and Louick Marcotte, Maxime Presseault, Timotej Sille and Pierre-Maxime Poudrier added single goals. Christopher Clapperton scored for Blainville-Boisbriand (40-17-10). Etienne Marcoux gave up six goals on 23 shots in 55 minutes of action before giving way to Samuel Montembeault, who stopped both shots he faced in relief. --- VOLTIGEURS 4 HUSKIES 1 DRUMMONDVILLE, Que. -- William Carrier had two goals and an assist as the Voltigeurs downed Rouyn-Noranda. Cameron Askew and Frederick Gaudreau also scored for Drummondville (41-21-4) while Ryan Culkin, Christophe Lalancette and Nikolas Brouillard each had two assists. Julien Nantel scored for the Huskies (34-27-5), who are winless in four games. Louis-Phillip Guindon made 15 saves for the Voltigeurs as Rouyn-Norandas Alexandre Belanger stopped 33 shots in defeat. --- OLYMPIQUES 7 PHOENIX 1 GATINEAU, Que. -- Vincent Dunn scoredcSherbrooke. Vaclav Karabacek, Simon Tardif-Richard and Alexis Pepin also scored for Gatineau (41-22-4) and Martin Reway had three assists. Anthony Brodeur made 23 saves for the Olympiques. Jean-Francois Lavoie scored for the Phoenix (16-42-9), who are on a seven-game skid and officially eliminated from the QMJHL playoffs, and Gabriel Parent turned away 26-of-33 shots in defeat. --- CATARACTES 4 TIGRES 2 SHAWINIGAN, Que. -- Felix-Antoine Bergeron had a hat trick and Marvin Cupper made 39 saves as the Cataractes clinched the final playoff spot by doubling up Victoriaville. Anthony Beauvillier also scored for Shawinigan (19-38-9) and Nicholas Welsh had two assists. Julien Leduc and Jonathan Diaby scored for the Tigres (33-25-8). Victoriavilles Francois Tremblay stopped 18-of-21 shots in a losing cause. ' ' '

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