#1 CALGARY -- Two-time Olympian Brad Spence has retired from ski racing following career-ending leg surgery. [url=https://www.cheapoilers.com/]Cheap Oilers Jerseys[/url] . The 30-year-old slalom specialist from Calgary raced for Canada in February in Sochi, von jokergreen0220 27.12.2019 09:49

CALGARY -- Two-time Olympian Brad Spence has retired from ski racing following career-ending leg surgery. Cheap Oilers Jerseys . The 30-year-old slalom specialist from Calgary raced for Canada in February in Sochi, Russia, and also in the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver and Whistler, B.C. His best Olympic result was 42nd in giant slalom in 2010. Spence finished in the top 20 on the World Cup circuit 14 times during his career. He underwent surgery on his right leg in June. "The surgeon told me pretty bluntly that a lot of athletes have tried to return to high level sport after this and no one has been successful," Spence said in a statement. "I have to look at the next, 30, 40, 50 years of my life." Spence broke his right leg and tore knee ligaments in a crash in Bormio, Italy, in 2005. It took three years of rehabilitation before he could return to racing. "Id had numerous doctors say I shouldnt return to sport," he said. "The proudest day for me was definitely putting the Team Canada gear on for the Olympics in Vancouver. "I knew even before the Sochi Olympics that the end was probably going to happen sooner rather than later. At 30 years of age, I didnt have the years left in me to battle back from a surgery this big." Spence intends to study commerce at Royal Roads University. "I know theres more to me than just wanting to fire myself down an icy slope in Spandex," Spence said. Wholesale Oilers Jerseys . -- Arizona coach Bruce Arians says there "were obviously very, very many problems" with the officiating in the Cardinals 24-21 loss at Philadelphia. Stitched Oilers Jerseys . Pedroia reached the milestone with a little panache, hitting a grand slam in the sixth inning and propelling the Boston Red Sox to a 7-1 win over the Oakland Athletics on Friday night. https://www.cheapoilers.com/ . They are back to a game above .500 on the year and back to .500 on the road. It was their 10th extra time game of the year, and only the second one that did not got to a shootout.SHERBROOKE, Que. - Emile Poirier scored four times as the Gatineau Olympiques crushed the host Sherbrooke Phoenix 7-2 on Wednesday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Tommy Lapierre had a pair of goals for the Olympiques (31-17-4), who are 3-0-2 in their last five outings, while Simon Tardif-Richard scored once. Marc Beckstead, Taylor Burke and Marc-Olivier Crevier-Morin chipped in with two assists apiece. Daniel Audette and Tim Wieser scored for the Phoenix (15-30-7), who dropped their fourth straight, and Gabriel Labbe assisted on both of his clubs goal. Gatineaus Anthony Brodeur only had to make 15 saves for his 11th win of the season. Sherbrookes Maxime Lagace turned aside 40-of-47 shots in a losing cause. The Olympiques went 1 for 1 on the power play while the Phoenix failed to score on their two chances with the man advantage. --- WILDCATS 4 TITAN 3 (OT) MONCTON, N.B. — Stephen Johnson scored 1:34 into extra time as the Wildcats handed Acadie-Bathurst its 10th straight loss. Christopher Caissy, Christophe Lalonde and Ivan Barbashev also scored for Moncton (26-25-2) and Vladimir Tkachev chipped in with two assists. Matthew Beaudreau scored all three goals for the Titann (17-34-6) while Scott Oke and Alexandros Soumakis each picked up two assists. Edmonton Oilers Shirts. Jason Rioux made 21 saves for the Wildcats as Acadie-Bathursts Jacob Brennan allowed four goals on 19 shots. --- CATARACTES 2 DRAKKAR 1 SHAWINIGAN, Que. — Marvin Cupper kicked out 42 shots as the Cataractes snapped Baie-Comeaus 11-game win streak. Giovanni Fiore and Felix-Antoine Bergeron scored for Shawinigan (15-31-7), which went 1 for 3 on the power play. Maxime St-Cyr scored at 18:39 of the third period for the Drakkar (36-13-4), who failed to score on three chances with the man advantage. Baie-Comeaus Philippe Cadorette stopped 20-of-22 shots in a losing cause. --- HUSKIES 6 SCREAMING EAGLES 3 ROUYN-NORANDA, Que. — Jean-Sebastien Dea had three goals and an assist as the Huskies doubled up Cape Breton. Marcus Power scored once and set up three more for Rouyn-Noranda (28-18-5) while Francis Beauvillier and Justin Guenette each had a goal and an assist. Bradley Lalonde, Bronson Beaton and Cameron Darcy scored for the Screaming Eagles (27-23-3). Alexandre Belanger made 34 saves for the Huskies as Cape Bretons Zachary Fortin turned away 28-of-33 shots in defeat. --- ' ' '

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