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BATON ROUGE, La. -- LSU running back Leonard Fournette?did not play in Saturday nights 34-13 win over?Jacksonville State?as he continues to nurse a left ankle injury.The Heisman Trophy contender was in a purple tracksuit, watching warm-ups, about 30 minutes prior to kickoff.Coach Les Miles said late this week that Fournettes status would be a game-time decision and acknowledged after Saturdays win that he didnt have any intention of playing Fournette as the team took the field for pregame warm-ups.?I have to be honest with you, after he moved around, I dont think its something that he wanted to do, and were fortunate to have talented backs, Miles said.?Fournette reinjured his left ankle late in LSUs 16-14 loss to Wisconsin?last Saturday.?He initially sprained the ankle in an August scrimmage and missed a week of practice, though Miles has said the injury is not a serious one.Miles wasnt definitive about Fournettes status for next weeks SEC opener against Mississippi State?but sounded optimistic that he would be ready to play.?We should certainly see him back healthy here pretty quick, Miles said.?Fournette accounted for 176 of LSUs 257 total yards against Wisconsin, a season after leading the FBS in rushing yards per game (162.8).In his absence, running back?Derrius Guice?rushed for 155 yards,?including a 4-yard TD and a 44-yard run to set up another LSU score.[Fournette] told me dont be nervous, do what we always do and just seize the moment because its here now. You cant turn back, Guice said. I just had to step up and take over while he wasnt there.Thats a guy I look up to, and I want to be like him. Him having faith in me and giving me advice is always much-needed for me. Hopefully I can do it every time my names called upon. Thats the goal.The Associated Press contributed to this report.? Calgary Flames Store .com) - The Edmonton Oilers and Vancouver Canucks both take aim at their first wins of the season on Saturday, as the Canucks open their home slate at Rogers Arena. Fake Flames Jerseys . That gave fans outside Joe Louis Arena another chance to ask for autographs from the 19-year-old whose stardom in the NHL has arrived earlier than most expected. . Most important, perhaps, it went off without a hitch. Organizers poked a little fun at the now-infamous opening ceremony gaffe that saw only four out of five snowflakes open up into rings, leaving the Olympics logo one ring short. Flames Jerseys China . According to a report from the Winnipeg Free Press, the Bombers will name Acting GM Kyle Walters to the post full time. Flames Jerseys 2020 . Its the second straight game Bell has scored in extra time for Kelowna, which beat the Brandon Wheat Kings 6-5 on Friday, and he now has four game-winning goals on the season. The San Jose Sharks should be well-rested since playing their last game. One of their star players, however, may be on the sideline for a little longer.Logan Coutures status is up in the air for Wednesday night, when the Sharks play host to the Ottawa Senators.San Jose (15-9-1) is wrapping up a stretch in which it plays seven of eight at home with the only road game down the coast in Los Angeles. The Sharks won six of seven coming into the Wednesday contest after topping the Montreal Canadiens 2-1 Friday.According to the San Jose Mercury News, the team was given a rare weekend off before hitting the ice again for practice on Monday. The newspaper reported that several players, including Couture, took in Sundays NFL game between the Oakland Raiders and Buffalo Bills.That outing came one day after Couture underwent a minor surgical procedure to have one of six screws removed from his ankle, the Mercury News reported. He had the hardware put in while undergoing surgery in October 2015 on a broken leg.I tried to put my skate on (Tuesday) and it was still a little sore, so well see in the next couple of weeks, he told the Mercury News. Im sure its going to feel a lot better once it settles down. But should be good. Good to go (Wednesday).Couture scored six of his nine goals over the past nine contests, and he ranks third on the club with 16 points.On Tuesday, the club recalled forward Kevin Labanc from the San Jose Barracuda of the American Hockey League. Labanc, 20, has two goals and two assists in 12 games with the Sharks this season.Sharks goaltender Martin Jones was selected as the leagues third star of the week Monday, and he could get the nod against Ottawa. Jones surrendered only three goals while recording three wins last week, pushing his total this season to 13 victories.Jones won in his only career appearance against the Senators whille with the Kings in 2013.ddddddddddddOttawa (15-9-2) kicked off a four-game road trip with an 8-5 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins on Monday.You could tell, really, from the first period that it was going to be one of these games, said Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson, who tied a career high with four points (goal, three assists). He leads the team with 18 assists and 24 points.Karlsson has four goals and five assists in nine career games versus San Jose.Three Senators -- Ryan Dzingel, Mark Stone and Kyle Turris -- are tied for the team lead with four goals on the road.Turris is the clubs top goal-scorer overall with 11, including three game-winners. Stone set a season high with three points (goal, two assists) in the loss to the Penguins. Dzingel, though, has not scored in his past four games away from Canadas capital city.Citing coach Guy Boucher, the Senators tweeted Tuesday night that Mike Condon will get the start in goal Wednesday. In two carer games (one start) versus the Sharks, Condon is 0-1-0 with a 4.06 goals-against average and a .857 save percentage.Condon, who has two shutouts among three wins and a 1.77 GAA in five games since joining the Senators in a trade with Pittsburgh on Nov. 2, may see plenty of playing time in the near future. The Ottawa Sun reported that starting goaltender Craig Anderson will not be with the team over the next three games in California. Anderson will again be with his wife, who is undergoing throat cancer treatment.The team recalled Andrew Hammond from AHL Binghamton on Tuesday. He has surrendered six goals in two NHL games this season.Ottawa is 5-2-1 in its past eight games overall.The Senators and Sharks meet for the second and final time this season Dec. 14 in Ottawa. ' ' '

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