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    but ultimately his play will dictate where he ends up. As head scout Dave Morrison said during Thursday’s morning skate, Of Toronto’s remaining 67 contests, seven players reached base at least twice and five players posted multi-RBI games.Beginning of Story Content I’m really looking forward to the Canadian Tire in Mississauga Ont. this weekendI think the champions are pretty much foregone conclusions in the dance and men’s events but who else will end up on the podium across the board has me wonderingIn the men’s competition I can’t imagine Patrick Chan not taking his sixth consecutive title And it seems a pretty safe bet that Kevin Reynolds will be able to take the silver medal for the second straight yearWhat remains to be seen is who will take the bronze Andrei Rogozine has been seen practicing clean quads 2011 national bronze medallist Jeremy Ten said the same in the summer prior to being injured and Elladj Balde is hungry to stake his claim for a national medalCanada gets to send three men to the world championships and more often than not that team is decided based on performances at nationalsThere is a possible spoiler: Emanuel Sandhu The three-time former Canadian champion has not been seen in competition since 2007 but is staging a comeback He earned his spot by finishing fifth at a pre-nationals qualifying event on only three weeks of trainingVirtue & Moir should dominate danceReigning Olympic and world ice dance champions will undoubtedly win their fifth Canadian title in six yearsThe rest of the podium is anybody’s guess but it seems likely that Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier will take the silver As last year’s bronze medallists they seem to be the most likely candidates to move up given the absence of Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje who had to while Kaitlyn recovers from surgeryKharis Ralph and Asher Hill finished in 13th place at worlds in 2012 and would love the chance to represent Canada again Alexandra Paul and Mitchell Islam as well as ISU Grand Prix newcomers Nicole Orford and Thomas Williams are going to do their level best to make sure that doesn’t happen2-way battle for ladies’ crownI see the battle for the ladies’ title coming down to two skaters: Defending Canadian champion Amelie Lacoste and Skate Canada surprise champion Kaetlyn OsmondLacoste has the experience but Osmond appears to have the guts it takes to compete successfully and consistently At last year’s nationals competing as a first-year senior Osmond grabbed the surprise lead after the short program She has skated well all season long winning both the Nebelhorn and Skate Canada events against very stiff competitionPairs rivalry renewsThe pairs’ event will feature a great rivalry between two very strong teams Each has won a national title and is looking to do the same againDefending champions Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford earned a spot in the in December on the strength of two silver medals during the season At worlds a year ago they finished in fifth place and have made no bones about wanting the top of the podium at nationals this year The way to make that happen is with strong and consistent performances during every competitionKirsten Moore-Towers and Dylan Moscovitch had a disastrous outing at last year’s nationals finishing in fourth after winning the event the year before With another year under their belts and a steely resolve I would be surprised to not see them perform to their potentialKeep your eye on two-time national bronze medallists Paige Lawrence and Rudi Swiegers who continue to steadily improve and who have enough tricks in their bag to be able to turn this event on its earPj’s picksMen’s: Patrick ChanDance: Tessa Virtue and Scott MoirLadies’: Kaetlyn OsmondPairs: Meagan Duhamel and Eric RadfordFollow Pj’s live updates from the Canadian championships in Mississauga and join the conversation in our starting Friday at noon ETYou can also follow Pj on Twitter and tweet with the hashtag #cbcskate to get your thoughts added to the live blog End of Story ContentDAL 5(SO)Wed,SJ 3(SO)Mon, The first came on a 4th-and-9 from Baltimore’s 35, The Pats could have taken a 17-7 lead into halftime but instead they settle for a field goal that very much kept the Ravens in the game.

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