The Canadian Football Leagues Most Outstanding Player will be crowned tonight as the annual CFL Player Awards are handed out at Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver. . Hosted by TSNs James Duthie and Kate Beirness, You can watch the awards live and exclusively on TSN.ca and TSN GO at 10pm et/7pm pt. West Division nominee Soloman Elimimian of the B.C. Lions hopes to become the first defensive player to win the MOP since Hall Patterson did it in 1956. The linebacker led the CFL with 143 tackles this season, 50 more than the next-best Bear Woods. Elimimian also forced two fumbles, recovered three fumbles and had one interception. He finished the regular season with five sacks. Elimimian and Woods are the nominees for Most Outstanding Defensive Player Award. Representing the Easts bid for MOP is Toronto Argonauts quarterback Ricky Ray, who led the CFL in yards, touchdowns and completions this season. The three-time Grey Cup champion has never won the award. Calgary Stampeders running back Jon Cornish is up for his third straight Most Outstanding Canadian award, representing the West Division. Cornish led the CFL in yards and 100-yard games this season despite missing nine games due to injury. Hamilton Tiger-Cats defensive tackle Ted Laurent represents the East for the Canadian award. Laurent recorded nine sacks this season. The Most Outstanding Player awards, which include six categories, are voted on by 68 voters from The Football Reporters Of Canada and head coaches from across the league. Division Nominees Award West Division East Division Player Solomon Elimimian (Lions) Ricky Ray (Argonauts) Defensive Player Solomon Elimimian (Lions) Bear Woods (Alouettes) Canadian Player Jon Cornish (Stampeders) Ted Laurent (Tiger-Cats) Offensive Lineman Brett Jones (Stampeders) Jeff Perrett (Alouettes) Special Teams Player Lirim Hajrullahu (Blue Bombers) Swayze Waters (Argonauts) Rookie Dexter McCoil (Eskimos) Tristan Okpalaugo (Argonauts) . In question is whether 26-year-old Matt Frattin will be on it. A a€?mediocrea€? training camp, as Carlyle put it earlier this week, has Frattin lingering nervously on the bubble at the end of the exhibition season, pushed out of a likely job by Brandon Kozun, the small, but feisty winger determined to make the NHL for the first time. . Or maybe he already did. Clark hit his first homer, Wily Peralta pitched into the seventh inning, and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Miami Marlins 4-1 Wednesday night.DRUMMONDVILLE, Que. -- Charles-David Beaudoin and Jerome Verrier scored in the third period to lead the Drummondville Voltigeurs past the Victoriaville Tigres 3-2 in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League play Sunday. Beaudoin scored at 3:53 of the third and Verrier added the eventual winner nearly five minutes later. Frederick Gaudreau also scored for Drummondville (41-21-4), which won its fourth straight, while Louis-Philip Guindon made 28 saves. Jean-Francois Plante and Julien Proulx replied for the Tigers (32-25-8), with Francois Tremblay stopping 35 shots. --- SCREAMING EAGLES 5 WILDCATS 1 SYDNEY, N.S. -- The Screaming Eagles offence overwhelmed the Wildcats, who didnt break through until the dying moments of regulation. Bradley Lalonde, Charles-Eric Legare, Raphael Corriveau, Kyle Farrell and Cameron Darcy scored for Cape Breton (35-26-4). Stephan Seeger had the lone goal for Moncton (32-31-3) at 18:49 of the third. Zachary Fortin stopped 22 shots for the Screaming Eagles, while at the other end of the ice, Alex Dubeau made 33 saves. --- TITAN 7 SEA DOGS 4 BATHURST, N.B. -- The Titan rallied from a 4-0 ddeficit in the first period to beat Saint John. . Guillaume Brisebois and Scott Oke each scored twice for Acadie-Bathurst (21-39-6), with Nicholas Blanchard, Alexandre Gosselin and Alexandros Soumakis adding singles. Oliver Cooper opened the game with a pair of goals for the lowly Sea Dogs (19-41-5), with Matthew Highmore and Samuel Dove-McFalls contributing one each. Jacob Brennan was pulled from the Titans net after allowing three goals on six shots, but Miguel Sullivan took over and stopped 28 shots. Antoine Landry meanwhile made 21-of-26 saves for Saint John, and Sebastien Auger gave up a goal on six shots. --- REMPARTS 6 PHOENIX 1 QUEBEC CITY -- The Remparts gave up the first goal but took over from there for an easy win against Sherbrooke. Lucas Batt, Fabrice Herzog, Duncan MacIntyre, Hubert Lamarre, Olivier Archambault and Nick Sorensen each had a goal for Quebec (38-16-11). Vincent Deslauriers scored the lone goal for the league-worst Phoenix (16-41-8). Francois Brassard needed to stop just 18 shots for the Remparts, while Francis Desrosiers made 19 saves in the Phoenix net. ' ' '
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05 déc. 2019
Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouve
Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouve