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TRENTINO, Italy -- Brendan Bottcher of Sherwood Park, Alta., and his rink from the University of Alberta continued their four-game winning streak at the 26th Winter Universiade by defeating Koreas Chang Min Kim 7-6 on Saturday. Bottcher, with Michael Lizmore, Brad Thiessen, Karrick Martin and alternate Parker Konschuh, led 5-2 at the half-way point, but Kim scored three points in the seventh end to tie the game at 6-6. Canada blanked the next two ends and scored the winning single in the tenth to remain at the top of the leaderboard, tied with Swedens Oskar Eriksson with 4-0 records. Canada will face Italy and Czech Republic, both with 1-3 records, on Sunday. In womens curling, Laura Crocker and her Wilfrid Laurier University rink are still looking for a second win at the Winter Universiade curling tournament. Crocker lost to Great Britains Hannah Fleming 7-5 in Saturday morning action, before dropping an 8-5 decision to Anna Sidorova of Russia in the evening. Canadas 1-4 record is tied with the U.S., and ahead of China and host Italy. Canada will face a winless China in their only game on Sunday. On the slopes, Philippe Rivet of St. Lambert. Que., was the lone Canadian to participate in the mens Super G. He posted a time of 1 minute, 25.26 seconds to finish 26th out of 59 competitors. In the cross-country skiing sprint events, no Canadians advanced to the semifinal round. The top finisher for Canada in the womens 7.5 kilometre race was Camille Pepin of St. Ferreol les Neiges, Que., who placed 32nd. On the mens side, Harry Seaton of Orillia, Ont., completed the 10 km event in 25th place. Athletics Jerseys 2019 . According to the CFL Scouting Bureaus January rankings, four of the top five Canadian prospects line-up on the offensive side of the trenches, which is good news for Bombers general manager Kyle Walters. 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Plenty Of Interest in No. 1 According to TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger, at least eight teams have shown interest in acquiring the first pick overall pick from the Florida Panthers. The list of teams includes the Vancouver Canucks, Calgary Flames, Edmonton Oilers and Toronto Maple Leafs. Dreger also reports the Panthers plan on naming their new head coach by Monday at the latest. Also on the coaching front, some believe Willie Desjardins may have a choice between head coaching jobs in Pittsburgh and Vancouver but no final decisions have been made yet. Pivotal Times In Vancouver Ben Kuzma of The Vancouver Province writes that Ryan Keslers trade value appears to be more appealing for a team like the Anaheim Ducks than that of Jason Spezza. Not only does Kesler have two years left at $5 million a season and Spezza one year at $4 million, the Ducks will need the grit and defensive game that Kesler would bring to the tough Pacific Division. Kuzma adds that Kesler also led the Canucks with 25 goals, while Spezza had 23 goals in a "softer conference." Kuzma also writes that if the Senators are asking for a top-six forward, a top prospect and a first-round pick for Spezza, then Canucks GM Jim Benning can at least ask that much for Kesler. HHe thens writes that the St.dddddddddddd Louis Blues may interest Spezza because they would need help on their power play (worst during the postseason) and have assets that would interest the Senators. Kuzma adds that the Canucks wont get a Kesler-comparable in return in any trade scenario, but Benning could get a first-round pick and can offer up a centre and young wingers to help rebuild the Canucks. And if that happens before the draft, Kuzma specualtes that Vancouvers sixth overall pick can be in play to acquire Floridas first overall pick. Thats News To Tallon Miami Herald writer George Richards tweeted that Panthers GM Dale Tallon is refuting a report that defenceman Brian Campbell has asked for a trade. St. Louiss Big 550 KTRS host and CBS Sports Radio St. Louis contributor Andy Strickland reported Wednesday that Campbell - who still has two years left on his contract that pays him over $7 million a season - wants out of Florida. Done In Detroit Detroit Wings general manager Ken Holland confirmed to The Macomb Daily that veteran forwards Todd Bertuzzi and Mikael Samuelsson wont be returning next season. He added to the paper that as far as the rest of the unrestricted players go, the team will take a wait-and-see approach. "The other guys Im not sure," Holland told The Daily. "I basically told the other agents were not doing anything right now. Under the CBA on June 27, which is next Wednesday, we can start talking to potential unrestricted free agents. ' ' '

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