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Wanted. CFL coaches. Several openings available. Send your resume to Scott Milanovich c/o Toronto Argonauts. Experience preferred. That may sound a bit extreme, but the Toronto Argonauts coaching staff has been decimated in the off-season. Former defensive coordinator Chris Jones is the new head coach in Edmonton, while former special teams coordinator Mike OShea was named as the Blue Bombers head coach in early December. The main difference between the two? Jones didnt leave on his own. On Tuesday, it was announced that Jones was bringing four members of last years Argo staff with him to Edmonton. Steve McAdoo was Torontos o-line coach for the past four seasons and becomes Edmontons new offensive coordinator. Ed Philions first year coaching in the CFL was last year with the Argos defensive line, the same group hell coach with the Eskies. Two young assistant coaches, Jason Shivers and Craig Davoren leave Ontario to become defensive backs coach and offensive assistant coach respectively. Scott Milanovich replaced Jones with former Winnipeg head coach Tim Burke, but now has a lot of vacancies on the staff. Was he surprised at all with the number of defections? "Not at all," Milanovich told TSN.ca. "I knew a week after the season who was going." The coach says that at some point after the season Eskies GM Ed Hervey called Jim Barker, his Toronto counterpart, and asked for permission. Its an expected part of life on the coaching carousel. "All of the contracts would have been up at the end of the month. I spoke with Chris (Jones) about it. I told him who was and wasnt available. There were no surprises." Perhaps the least shocking move is that McAdoo is heading west. He and Jones coached for three seasons together at Tennessee Tech, four years together with the Montreal Alouettes and the last two campaigns together in Toronto. When Jones left, Burke was hired almost immediately to replace him. It was an easy fit. They had coached together in Montreal, Burke had a ton of experience and had great success as a DC in the league. The OShea replacement hasnt been as easy. "I think (special teams coordinator) is a very difficult position to fill in the CFL" Milanovich explained to TSN.ca "It doesnt get the respect it deserves. I dont think you can go and get an NCAA D-1 or NFL coach and get a successful transition in one year. The return game, the halo, the number of snaps you take on special teams makes it more of a position that needs CFL or CIS experience." The search continues and Milanovich says the club has focsed on several candidates. "I have spoken to maybe four or five" continued the coach. "Ive dug around and asked about six or seven others and have asked other guys for their opinions." Historically the CIS has been snubbed as a breeding ground for CFL coaches, though Mike OShea named long-time Queens DC Pat Tracey as the Bombers special teams coach. Would Milanovich have a problem going that route? "Not for the right guy." Milanovich hopes to have that guy, and the rest of his new staff assembled in the next two to three weeks. He hopes to announce the entire staff at the same time.
. Ramirez is still hitting behind Puig, only now they are in the third and fourth spots, and the change is starting to generate positive results for manager Don Mattingly.
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. It will then be back to business once the puck drops as the two clubs battle for key points in their respective playoff races. Watch the game live on TSN Canadiens and listen on TSN Radio 690 starting at 7:30pm et.
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.Commissioner Adam Silver said Wednesday it is inevitable that the league will one day take after European sports and have sponsor names on team jerseys.HAMILTON, Ont. -- Alexa Vasko scored the go-ahead goal shorthanded to lead the host Stoney Creek Sabres over the Sudbury Lady Wolves 2-1 in round-robin play at the Esso Cup womens midget hockey championship Tuesday. Emily Calligan also scored for the undefeated Sabres (3-0-0-0) and goaltender Hannah Miller made 24 saves. Karli Shell was the lone goal scorer for the Lady Wolves (1-2-0-0). Stephanie Pascal stopped 22 shots in the loss. Earlier, Caitlin Dempsey scored twice, including the winner on a third-period power play, and Jane Kish made 38 saves as the Weyburn Gold Wings edged the Fraser Valley Phantom 3-2 for their third straight win. Bailee Bourassa scored the other Gold Wings (3-0-0-0) goal, while KKassidy Sjostrand chipped in with two assists.dddddddddddd Brianna Keats and Mikayla Ogrodniczuk scored for the Phantom (0-3-0-0), and Valencia Yordanov stopped 21 shots in the loss. In the first game of the day, Faith Steeves scored three goals as the Moncton Rockets earned their first win at the Esso Cup, a 5-4 victory over the Edmonton Thunder. Brooke Murphy had the other two goals for Moncton (1-2-0-0) while Sarah Johnson and Isabelle Letourneau each added two assists. Brianne Waterman was sharp in goal with 42 saves. Alexandra Poznikoff had two goals and an assist for Edmonton (1-2-0-0), Nicole Gorda had a goal and two assists, and Amy Boucher also scored. Tracie Kikuchi made 17 saves.
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