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Leafs double up Jets

WINNIPEG—Nazem Kadri finally broke his scoring drought with what turned out to be an important goal.

Kadri's first of the season stood up as the winner as the Toronto Maple Leafs doubled the Winnipeg Jets 4-2 last night.

“We need him to score and he knows that. So it's good he stuck with it and kept working, and now it will start going in,” said Leafs' coach Mike Babcock.

Bombers stumble against Redblacks

WINNIPEG—Ask Ottawa quarterback Trevor Harris about the accuracy of the throws that demolished the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Friday night and he spreads the credit around.

“Our efficiency is because of our offensive line and our receivers,” Harris said after his Redblacks (6-3) beat the Bombers 44-21, extending Ottawa's lead atop the CFL's East Division to six points.

Bombers aware of threat posed by Ray

Winnipeg defensive back T.J. Heath does well picking off passes, but doesn't expect Toronto quarterback Ricky Ray to add to his reputation when the Argonauts visit the Blue Bombers tonight.

With a league-leading three interceptions in just two games this season, Heath is well on pace to exceed last year's seven, which was good enough to tie for tops in the CFL.