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WASHINGTON -- The Washington Redskins have launched a Twitter onslaught at Sen. Vapormax Off White Ireland . Harry Reid in their campaign to keep the teams name. The Redskins instructed fans Thursday to tweet the Nevada Democrat to show their "RedskinsPride" and "tell him what the team means to you." Fans did just that -- but not always in a manner the Redskins would have preferred. Many told Reid they support his efforts to change the name. Soon, both "RedskinsPride" and "changethename" were trending in the D.C. area. Reid said last month that Redskins owner Dan Snyder should "do what is morally right" and change the name. Last week, half of the Senate wrote letters to the NFL urging a change, calling the name is a racist slur. Snyder has vowed never to change the name. Vapormax Plus Black Ireland . Altidore strained his left hamstring in the Americans opener against Ghana on June 16 and didnt play in their next two games. "We dont know how much because we need to see how hes going, but hes available," U. Vapormax Plus Sale Ireland . - The Detroit Lions have placed tight end Brandon Pettigrew on injured reserve, ending his season. http://www.outletvapormaxireland.com/ . According to the sportsbook BoDog, the Stampeders are 8/5 favourites to take home the Grey Cup at Mosaic Stadium in Regina on November 24.OTTERS 5 STING 2 ERIE, Penn. — Alex DeBrincat had a hat trick for the Otters as they beat Sarnia. Darren Raddysh and Nick Betz also scored for Erie (14-1-1). Connor McDavid had three assists. Davis Brown and Nikita Korostelev chipped in for the Sting (6-8-2) --- WHALERS 3 ATTACK 2 Matthew Campagna and Sonny Milano both scored in the shootout as the Plymouth Whalers edged the Owen Sound Attack 3-2 on Friday in Ontario Hockey League action. Matt Mistele and Yannick Rathgeb had goals in regulation for the Whalers (7-9-1). Daniel Milne and Petrus Palmu supplied the Owen Sound (8-4-5) offence. Alex Nedeljkovic made 29 saves for the win. Jack Flinn turned aside 36 shots for the Attack. Plymouth connected twice on eight power-play opportunities while Owen Sound was 0 for 5. --- BATTALION 4 FRONTENACS 1 KINGSTON, Ont. — Mathew Santos and Brett McKenzie each had power-play goals as North Bay defeated the Frontenacs. Mike Amadio and Nick Paul also scored for the Battalion (9-3-4). Spencer Watson responded for Kingston (7-7-1). --- GREYHOUNDS 3 BULLS 2 SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. — Tim Gettinger struck twice for the Greyhounds as they edged Belleville. Zachary Senyshyn had the other Sault Ste. Marie (12-5-0) goal. Remi Elie and Stephen Harper both scored for the Bulls (11-5-1). --- SPIRIT 3 STORM 1 GUELPH, Ont. — Nick Moutrey had two goals to lead Saginaw past the Storm. Jacob Ringuette also chipped in for the Spirit (8-7-1). Robby Fabbri scored 19 secondss into the second period for Guelph (8-7-1). Vapormax Flyknit Womens Ireland. --- RANGERS 8 PETES 2 KITCHENER, Ont. — Brandon Robinson had two first-period goals and added an assist in the Rangers blowout of Peterborough. Brent Pedersen, Nick Magyar, Darby Llewellyn, Ryan MacInnis, Mike David and Justin Bailey rounded out the Kitchener (9-3-3) attack. Eric Cornel and Nick Ritchie replied for the Petes (5-7-3) who snapped a three-game win streak. --- KNIGHTS 5 SPITFIRES 3 LONDON, Ont. — Max Domi had a hat trick and added an assist as the Knights skated past Windsor. Michael McCarron and Matt Rupert also scored for London (12-6-0), which had four goals in the second period. Slater Doggett struck twice for the Spitfires (6-9-1). --- ICEDOGS 3 STEELHEADS 0 MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Brandon Hope made 34 saves as Niagara shut out the Steelheads. Mikkel Aagaard, Billy Jenkins and Graham Knott all scored for the IceDogs (4-13-0). Spencer Martin kicked out 26 shots for Mississauga (7-7-1). --- COLTS 9 WOLVES 2 SUDBURY, Ont. — Andrew Mangiapane had a hat trick and added two assists for Barrie as it dominated the Wolves. Ben Hawerchuk and Justin Scott both struck twice for the Colts (8-7-2). Matthew Kreis and Brendan Lemieux supplied the rest of the Barrie offence. Jacob Harris and Matt Schmalz each scored for Sudbury (2-15-0). --- GENERALS-67 — Postponed OTTAWA — The 67s game against the Oshawa Generals was postponed due to a malfunction in the ice-making equipment. ' ' '

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