It has been a relatively surprising start to the season for Mike OShea and the 2-0 Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Vapormax Homme Pas Cher . The rookie head coach has worked hard to establish a new attitude and culture in his locker room, and with the way Winnipeg has won each of their opening games to start 2014, it has leant itself to teachable moments for the heavily-rebuilt club in how to get the job done no matter the circumstances. Their 45-21 wire-to-wire dominance over the Toronto Argonauts in Week 1, followed by an impressive 36-28 come-from-behind victory over the Ottawa Redblacks has the Blue and Gold with a pair of wins coming in wildly different fashion. "As a coaching staff, were supposed to teach off any result," said OShea. "Win. Lose. Draw. Win big. Win ugly. Lose big. Lose close. Theres so much to learn from the entire film and whatever the results. Its our job to find those teaching points, those correctables, those concepts in any result." But when your opponent scores touchdowns on their first three offensive possessions — as the Redblacks did in the franchises first CFL game — some individuals might get down on themselves. Or turn on their teammates. Former Bombers head coach Tim Burke often pointed to this scenario as an issue during Winnipegs tumultuous 3-15 season in 2013. "There might still be some guys that have said, Here we go again. But weve got enough guys that are saying, This is no big deal," said OShea. "Were down 11 ... 11 points in a CFL game? Come on." It was 14 points, actually, Mike. And your club showed some serious resiliency and character in gutting out a win — quite the evolution from just eight months ago. The Bombers took another hit in the Canadian injury department this week as guard Chris Greaves sprained a ligament in his right knee during the first quarter against Ottawa and will be out a few weeks. The injury doesnt look very serious as Greaves was spotted walking around outside Investors Group Field this week with no brace or noticeable limp. "Thats a good sign, eh?" said OShea, who will plug-in International Cordaro Howard at Greaves left guard spot. "(Greaves) is a tough guy. Hes going to get back as soon as he possibly can. Hes not going to be one to rest." While All-Star defensive lineman Bryant Turner returns to the lineup following a week away from the team for the birth of his daughter in Alabama, fellow tackle Zach Anderson will miss the game in Montreal with a heel contusion. "Zach Anderson would play every single day. Hed play a game every day if he could," added the head coach. "The smart thing to do with Zach is let him rest, because he would play every week and wed be in the same spot of him probably not practicing during the week. The odd time is not a bad thing but hed be better off if we get him healthy." Several injured players returned to regular practice participation this week, but as was the case last week, OShea isnt in a rush to push any of his guys back in for the sake of upping the talent in his lineup. "Were committed to putting the best team on the field for every game," said OShea, while placing paused emphasis on the word team. "Sometimes it might not be the best player if the team performs better or if the group performs better with a certain mix in there. Theres always a fair bit of speculation that goes into that too when you make a roster change, and how thats going to affect the total performance." Safety Moe Leggett is listed as questionable this week with an ankle issue. Johnny Sears was taking first team reps at safety to end the practice week in Winnipeg, and it would be a safe assumption that Teague Sherman would start at Sears strong side linebacker spot. Conveniently, this too would even out the ratio issue of starting three internationals on the O-line with Greaves out. Notes: Cory Watson will miss a second game after re-injuring his hamstring in Week 1... The teams leading receiver Aaron Kelly (second in the CFL with 163 yards) "banged his knee" in practice this week and suffered some swelling the following day, but assures his head coach he will be ready to play in Montreal. "I expect (Kelly) to play," said OShea... Running back Paris Cotton is possible to return to the lineup after missing a few weeks with a knee injury. The speedster looked good returning kicks in practice alongside the CFLs Week 2 Special Teams Player of the Week Demond Washington, but dont expect Cotton to take many (if any) reps on offence away from eye-opening rookie Nic Grigsby... Cornerback Donovan Alexander, who has suffered from a calf strain since early in training camp, may make his first start since Winnipeg signed him to a free agent deal this offseason. That said, fellow national defensive back Matt Bucknor has played quite well in Alexanders absence... The football club finally put the Korey Banks saga to rest, releasing the suspended 11-year veteran in the hours leading up to kickoff against Ottawa... General manager Kyle Walters locked up a pair of heavy defensive contributors this week, inking Canadians Teague Sherman and Jake Thomas to contract extensions. Terms of the deals were not released, as per club policy. Vapormax Nere . Chris Capuano. Shane Greene. And now, Esmil Rogers. Vapormax Plus a Vendre . Early in the first period, Stuart pinched in from the blue line, hit Nash and was assessed a minor penalty for elbowing. Nash remained in the game for the rest of the first period, but did not return for the second. http://www.vapormaxsolde.fr/basket-vapormax-off-white-grossiste.html . Viewers in the Canadiens region can watch the game on TSN Canadiens at 7:30pm et/4:30pm pt. The game can also be heard on TSN Radio Montreal 690. The Calgary Flames will see if they can take their recent hot streak on the road when they shoot for a sixth consecutive win Monday night in Montreal.SPARTA, Ky. -- Brad Keselowski wont soon forget an eventful Saturday night in which the same right hand that held the winners trophy was soon bloodied and bandaged after he broke a champagne bottle celebrating. "We were playing around with some champagne and I told my good friend I should have stuck with beer," Keselowski joked after receiving four stitches in the infield care centre. "We had too much fun with champagne and one of the bottles broke and I cut my hand open. Its no big deal." Hell certainly remember the masterful performance that set those wild series of events in motion. Keselowski showed early and often that his No. 2 Ford was the best car at Kentucky Speedway, dominating the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race to become the tracks first repeat winner. The Penske Racing driver and 2012 race winner and Cup champion followed his record-breaking pole effort to lead 199 of 267 laps en route to his second victory of the season and 12th of his career. Keselowski won from the pole for the first time, pulling away after rallying from sixth on a restart to chase down and pass leader Kyle Busch on Lap 248. "I knew it was going to be a dogfight to get back to Kyle and then race him," Keselowski said. "We got there with a really fast car and I hit the perfect run on him with traffic. Next thing I knew, we were there. It feels really good to get that second win." Busch was second, followed by Ryan Newman, Matt Kenseth and Dale Earnhardt Jr., who rallied from a 29th-place start. A night after dominating the Nationwide Series race before finishing second to Kevin Harvick, partly because of a pit-road speeding penalty, Keselowski saved his heavy foot for the bumpy, rough track. The 2012 Cup champion went on to win by 1.014 seconds and post his ninth top-10 this season in moving one spot to fourth in the standings. Teammate Joey Logano started second and led 37 laps before a dropped cylinder left him ninth. Busch led 31 in a race that featured 12 lead changes -- all but one featuring Penske drivers. "I felt like we were better than (Newman), but nowhere near as good as (Keselowski) or (Logano)," Busch said. "Those guys were really stout.. Vapormax Flyknit Vente. " Keselowski, also the winner in Las Vegas, became the first driver this season with multiple victories on 1.5-mile tracks that make up much of the Chase for the Sprint Cup. The circuit wont see another such track until late August at Atlanta, and Keselowski made a case for being a favourite with arguably the most impressive run of his career. It followed his track-record qualifying speed of 188.791 mph and 138 laps led in the Nationwide race, which also featured a furious late run before settling for second to Harvick, who was seventh in the 400-mile race. This time he had enough laps to pass Busch. But the tone was set from the start, as Keselowski and Logano justified their front-row qualifying sweep with a vengeance. Keselowski wasted no time with that agenda, taking charge at the green flag and leading the first 78 laps before Logano took over for five laps. The two traded leads from there with nobody else to challenge them until Aric Almirolas wreck brought the sixth caution on Lap 213. That sent the leaders down pit road and scramble off produced the races first non-Penske leader in Busch, whose No. 18 took over on Lap 217 and led the restart with Newman second. The Penske duo needed just seven laps to draw a bead on both drivers and Keselowski was soon second and making a furious effort trying to chase down Busch, who had a 2-second lead at one point. Once Keselowski caught him in the backstretch, he again showed his Fords superiority. "Our car was awesome," said Keselowski, who has led a series-high 346 laps in four starts at Kentucky. Earnhardt, Jimmie Johnson and Tony Stewart meanwhile overcame bad starting spots to finish in the top 11. Johnson was 10th after starting 25th and Stewart recovered from a 42nd-place start because of a transmission change for 11th. He had qualified 13th. "I would have liked to have been a little better than what we were there at the end," Stewart said, "but I think we definitely had to fight our way up through the day. .. All in all I thought we had a pretty honest day there; cant complain about that." Points leader Jeff Gordon finished sixth and leads Johnson and Earnhardt by 24. ' ' '