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As the RBC Canadian Open at the Royal Montreal Golf Club in Ile Bizard, Quebec draws near, Bodog. Ali Marpet Jersey .ca has posted the odds for who has the best chance in taking home the $1,026,000 winning share at this years tournament. Leading the way is Dustin Johnson, Jim Furyk, and Matt Kuchar all with 12/1 odds. Defending champion Brandt Snedeker is at 22/1 after capturing the title last year at Glen Abbey Golf Club. Its been 60 years since a Canadian born golfer has won the Canadian Open. According to Bodog, Graham DeLaet is the Canuck with the best odds to snap the streak at 25/1. David Hearn is close beind at 45/1 odds. Hearn is coming off a solid performance at the British Open, finishing the tournament at 3-under par. Mike Weir has 125/1 odds. The 44-year-old is trying to build momentum from his second place finish at the Byron Nelson Championship in May. Bodogs Canadian specials have DeLaet at 2/9 to make the cut, Hearn at 1/3 and Weir at 10/13. Watch coverage of the first two rounds live on TSN and TSN GO on Thursday and Friday beginning at 3pm et/Noon pt. Canadian Open - Outright Winner Dustin Johnson             12/1Jim Furyk                      12/1Matt Kuchar                  12/1 Graeme McDowell         16/1 Charl Schwartzel            18/1 Brandt Snedeker           22/1Luke Donald                 22/1 Graham Delaet              25/1 Hunter Mahan                28/1 Charley Hoffman           35/1 David Hearn                  45/1 Bo Van Pelt                  50/1Carl Pettersson             50/1Kevin Chappell              50/1Russell Knox                 50/1 Aaron Baddeley            66/1Ben Crane                     66/1Ernie Els                       66/1K.J. Choi                      66/1Nick Watney                  66/1Robert Garrigus             66/1Seung-yul Noh              66/1Tim Clark                      66/1William Mcgirt               66/1 Chad Campbell             80/1Charlie Beljan                80/1Erik Compton                80/1Jason Bohn                  80/1Jerry Kelly                     80/1Luke Guthrie                  80/1Matt Jones                    80/1Pat Perez                      80/1Patrick Rodgers            80/1Retief Goosen               80/1Sang-Moon Bae            80/1Scott Brown                  80/1Scott Piercy                  80/1 Andres Romero             100/1Camilo Villegas             100/1Jeff Overton                 100/1Jhonattan Vegas           100/1John Huh                      100/1Johnson Wagner           100/1Martin Laird                   100/1Morgan Hoffman           100/1Stewart Cink                  100/1Stuart Appleby              100/1Thomas Aiken               100/1Tim Wilkinson                100/1Michael Putnam             100/1 Adam Hadwin                125/1Brian Davis                   125/1David Lingmerth            125/1Geoff Ogilvy                 125/1Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 125/1Robert Streb                 125/1Tommy Gainey              125/1Troy Merritt                   125/1Mike Weir                      125/1 Canadian Open - Top 5 Finish  Jim Furyk                      5/2Dustin Johnson             11/4Matt Kuchar                  11/4Graeme McDowell         3/1Charl Schwartzel            7/2Brandt Snedeker           9/2Graham Delaet              5/1Luke Donald                 5/1Hunter Mahan                11/2Charley Hoffman           7/1David Hearn                  15/2 CANADIAN SPECIALS Canadian Open - Will Graham Delaet Make The Cut?    Yes                  -450     (2/9)No                    +300     (3/1) Canadian Open - Will David Hearn Make The Cut?        Yes                  -300     (1/3)No                    +220     (11/5) Canadian Open - Will Mike Weir Make The Cut?           Yes                  -130      (10/13)No                    EVEN   (1/1) Chris Conte Jersey .Pete Morelli said the back judge threw a flag on Cowboys linebacker Anthony Hitchens on a pass to Lions tight end Brandon Pettigrew in Dallas 24-20 wild-card win Sunday. But the head linesman said there wasnt enough contact and that Hitchens was face-guarding, which isnt a penalty in the NFL. Joe Hawley Jersey . 3. Trevor Ariza left them talkin about 40. Ariza made eight 3-pointers and scored a career-high 40 points to help the Washington Wizards win their sixth straight game, 122-103 over Philadelphia on Saturday night."You cant win with Jason Spezza as your captain."I have heard that phrase uttered countless times over the past few months, as the Ottawa Senators season has slipped away. In his first season as captain, Spezzas club has been a major disappointment. The Senators fell well short of expectations and predictably, Spezza is taking the lions share of the blame from his harshest critics. I have always said that the Spezza debate in this town is like Coke versus Pepsi. If you are a Coke drinker, its very hard to convince you that Pepsi is superior. The same goes for Spezza - those people who hate him cant be convinced otherwise. Its a black-and-white argument and its virtually impossible to sway someone from one side to the other.Anybody who has read or listened to me over the years knows that I fall into the camp of people who believe the Senators are a better team with Spezza down the middle. But in todays blog, I am not trying to convince anybody about Jasons ability as a player. You can judge that for yourself. What I do want to bring up is the idea that a captain is the person who sets the tone for how his team plays.The critics of Spezza will argue that because he has a penchant for turning over the puck and does not play as well defensively as some other players, he causes his entire team to play with a loosey-goosey mentality. If the guy wearing the "C" is taking risks with the puck, that is setting the tone for the 17 other skaters.Those people say that if Spezza was a real leader, he would play the game the right way in all three zones. He would be a rugged leader, who was more physical. He would be someone like Andrew Ladd of the Winnipeg Jets.If you were to write down all the characteristics you would want in a captain for a Canadian team, Ladd would meet all the criteria.• He is from Maple Ridge, B.C.• He plays the game the right way• He has Stanley Cup rings with two different teamsAnd yet, the Winnipeg Jets are a team that is a mess defensively. They have given up 234 goals – second-worst in the Western Conference.Their captain is there every night supposedly playing the game "the right way". His teammates see how he conducts himself on and off the ice. So why are they so bad defensively?Its because the captain can only do so much. And many timess, we overrate the role of a captain on a hockey team. Demar Dotson Jersey. We assign certain characteristics to people and we have a hard time deviating from our original stance. In our minds, Ladd is a great captain – so the problem is with his Winnipeg teammates.But if Ladd escapes the criticism in Winnipeg for failing to get the Jets to play a more structured game, why does Spezza take the heat in Ottawa for the exact same thing?The tricky thing for Spezza is that he is also trying to fill the skates of the previous captain Daniel Alfredsson, who had a mythical status in this town.But before Alfredsson had his breakthrough moment as captain in 2007 in leading the Senators to the Stanley Cup Final, he had just as many detractors in Ottawa as Spezza does now. There was a prevailing sentiment that "you will never win with Daniel Alfredsson as your captain." Those echoes reached a crescendo when Jason Pominville walked around him for the series-ending goal against the Buffalo Sabres in the 2006 playoffs.However, after Alfredsson won over his critics in 2007, he was good for life in Ottawa and was never blamed for any of the problems.When it comes to the team that fell off a cliff in 2007-08 with one of the great collapses in NHL history?"Dont blame Alfredsson, that was all Ray Emerys fault."How about the team that missed the playoffs in two of the next three years?"Lets blame Hartsburg and Cory Clouston. Alfie is a great leader."When the Senators made the playoffs in 2011-12, they did so with the worst goals-against average of any of the 16 teams to qualify for the playoffs. They were kind of a mess defensively that year, but did anybody blame Alfredsson?Of course not.Because they had made up their minds that he was not the problem. Being the captain is all about perception. Alfredsson was always a good leader in Ottawa. He didnt radically change his approach in 2007 when they went to the Stanley Cup Final. Things just finally worked out in his favour and as a result, all of the questions surrounding his leadership vanished overnight.Spezza probably needs time to grow into the captaincy in this town, so he can experience his own defining moment as the leader of this hockey team.Whether he gets that opportunity or not is an entirely different question. Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys ' ' '