Even in the midst of a seven-game losing streak, Winnipeg Blue Bombers rookie head coach Mike OShea remains surprisingly calm and composed. New Balance Baratas España . Many wonder, especially after a surprising 5-1 start to the season, how — or even why — the first-year field general still keeps his cool. I dont think it does any good to — certainly, you never panic and certainly it does you no good to rant and rave, said OShea ahead of his clubs home finale against the B.C. Lions on Saturday. I think what you need to do, and what Ive always said is, you need to get a good understanding of why things are happening and how you fix them. The how you fix them part has been a little more challenging than maybe I thought. A franchise now removed from a tumultuous and damaging time that is oft-referred as the Joe Mack Era, OShea has been repeatedly clear that his job is to build this team up — not tear them down. What I do know and what Ive maintained — and then maybe this is the reason why I can — is weve got guys who are working extremely hard, he said. Im not watching our players go out on the field and give poor effort — which would be extremely frustrating — which would cause me to react in a different fashion. What I see is a lot of guys working hard and mistakes that pop up. The changes off the field began near-immediately during last off-season, but the on-field changes tasked to OShea and his coordinators, Gary Etcheverry and Marcel Bellefeuille, continue every week. While Winnipegs playoff chances (albeit, slim as can be) remain intact, new players are inserted into the starting lineup on a weekly basis since the beginning of October. This week is no different for the 6-10 club. Its good when youre finally getting comfortable with the system and you can play at a fast speed, said receiver Justin Wilson, who will make his first career professional start in place of injured slotback Nick Moore (knee), just three weeks after signing to Winnipegs practice roster. Its a lot to get used to. Its a little different than the American game, but this is all football at the end of the day… Ive been talking with (quarterback Drew Willy) a lot after practice, just getting little timing things down. Last week it was O-lineman Jace Daniels, after spending just 10 days in Canada before getting the start at left tackle for the injured Glenn January. With the veteran January returning from two games off with a back injury, Daniels, assumedly having left a positive impression on the coaching staff in his first pro start, will line up at right tackle for Devin Tyler, who was in a walking-boot this week with turf toe. But personnel arent the only changes. Etcheverrys defence ran some plays with four linebackers and just three down-linemen in practice this week, possibly to get a look at new linebacker Will Smith alongside the teams starting middle linebacker, Ian Wild. Definitely, a lot of guys have been trying to help me out, said Smith, inked to the practice roster just a week before his first CFL game against Calgary on October 18, where he played exclusively on special teams. Ill definitely be helping out a lot more on defence than I was last week. I have a lot more responsibilities on the defensive side of the ball, as well as the special teams aspect. Notes: Demond Washington is out this week with a suspected concussion suffered in a knee-to-helmet collision against Calgary last week. Desia Dunn, formerly the teams starting weak side linebacker, moves to Washingtons halfback spot, while Don Unamba remains on the weak side following an impressive 10-tackle debut where the special-teams ace added an interception… Return specialist Troy Stoudermire, fresh off the six-game injured list where his season was thought to be lost to a toe injury, returns to the lineup this week. Interestingly, the backup defensive back has been seen hanging around the offence while recovering from injury and dawned a white practice jersey along with the rest of the offence this week. Stoudermire was converted to defence in his final year at the University of Minnesota after playing three collegiate seasons as a receiver. New Balance Ofertas España . -- Darrelle Revis says at least 26 teams called after he was released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. New Balance Outlet Online España . Or take a relaxing vacation somewhere warm. Brayden Schenn and Scott Hartnell scored, Ray Emery stopped 32 shots and the Flyers beat the Calgary Flames 2-1 on Saturday for their fourth straight victory. http://www.newbalancebaratas.es/ . Sami Salo scored two goals as the Canucks overcame a hat-trick from Edmonton Oiler rookie sensation Ryan Nugent-Hopkins to win 4-3 in NHL action Saturday. ACAPULCO, Mexico -- Dominika Cibulkova beat American Christina McHale 7-6 (3), 4-6, 6-4 on Saturday to win the Mexican Open. The top-seeded Slovak, runner-up in the Australian Open in January, won her fourth career title and first since Stanford in 2013. "It was tough match, Im really tired, I had to dig deep physically and mentally", Cibulkova said. "She was very agressive and kept coming back, but its a final and thanks to my experience I was able to do it". The 21-year-old McHale, ranked 70th, reached her first tour title match. Previously, her best results where two semifinals in Quebec, in 2010 and 2011. "Im a little bit sad because I didnt win, but at the same time I know thatt Dominika is a very good player and I fought until the end," McHale said. Comprar New Balance Rebajas. "I learned that I have the capacity to go far in tournaments, that Im capable of playing against the best so Im going to keep working every day to get better". McHale is one of six Americans aged under 25 who are between 18 and 70 in the WTA rankings, along with Lauren Davies (64), Alison Riske (46), Madison Keys (38), Jamie Hampton (31) and Sloane Stephens (18), and they represent the next generation of U.S. talent as the Williams sisters come toward the end of their careers. "There are several American going up in the rankings, we are pushing each other to be better", McHale said. ' ' '