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Messagepar zhangzk » 14 janv. 2020, 03:05

ESTEVAN Courtland Sutton Jersey White , Saskatchewan (AP) — A year after several players were killed in a bus crash, the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team was eliminated from the postseason with a 3-2 overtime loss in Game 7 against the Estevan Bruins on Tuesday night.The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League club led the opening-round series 3-1, but lost the final three games.The Broncos were on their way to a playoff game against the Nipawin Hawks on April 6, 2018, when their bus collided with a truck at a rural intersection, killing 16 people and injuring 13 others.The Hawks went on to win the SJHL championship in 2018. However they were also eliminated from the playoffs in Game 7 after a 4-3 loss on Tuesday to the Yorkton Terriers.Humboldt Mayor Rob Muench tweeted that despite the loss, the team can still feel proud of its accomplishments.“Way to go Broncos! Although last night’s loss was heartbreaking, you have done our city proud. hold your heads high!” Muench said in his post. ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP)Shane Ray’s ailing left wrist needs another surgery. This one could sideline the pass rusher for several months.The Denver Broncos outside linebacker is expected to undergo a fourth operation on the wrist, a person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press on Wednesday. The person spoke to the AP on the condition of anonymity because the team hasn’t announced the news.Ray suffered the injury during training camp last July, which caused him to miss the opening six games in 2017. He had one sack over the next eight contests before going back on injured reserve.This week, he sat out several days of voluntary workouts with what coach Vance Joseph described as a wrist that was sore. This after Ray spent the offseason bulking up from 219 pounds to around 247 to be a pass-rushing force alongside Von Miller and rookie Bradley Chubb Joe Flacco Jersey , who was taken with the No. 5 pick.”Everybody thought I had a simple wrist injury,” Ray recently said. ”Well, you don’t have three surgeries in a season for a simple wrist injury. I dislocated my entire wrist. I had to get it screwed back together and repair the main tendon in my wrist.”The Broncos didn’t pick up the fifth-year option on Ray, who was a first-round selection in 2015. His option – $9.23 million – would have been worth more than the four-year, $9,118,894 rookie contract he signed after the Broncos selected him.Ray said he understood the business decision by the Broncos. But it adds fuel. So does the team selecting Chubb.”I always have motivation,” said the 25-year-old Ray, who’s started just 15 games in three NFL seasons, with 13 sacks and two fumble recoveries. ”The option? That’s motivation. Chubb coming in? For him to come in and challenge me, I look at that as a motivation. I look forward to all these things coming into this season.”I’m going to play as hard as I can and do what I was brought here to do.”—

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