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EDMONTON - It was one of those games where they could have just shaken hands at the half.Mike Reilly ran in a pair of quarterback keepers as the Edmonton Eskimos secured a playoff spot, destroying the Winnipeg Blue Bombers 41-9 on Monday.With the win, the Eskimos improved to 10-5, the 38th 10-plus win season in franchise history.Reilly said it was nice to get the playoff berth locked down, although it is a home date that the squad is really seeking.It was one of our goals, for sure, so weve achieved that. But theres a lot of goals left on that board as well and next week now becomes an even bigger game and theyre all just going to continue to be like that the rest of the year, he said. Were happy that we clinched, but thats not where the goals for our season end. Weve got a lot of work left to do, but its a lot better feeling than it was about a year ago around here.The Eskimos led 37-0 at the half and head coach Chris Jones said it was a fine line between continuing to work on what the team needs to and running up the score.I told Mike (Reilly) at halftime, just run the plays like its 0-0 because were ramping up trying to get into the playoffs and make sure that were clicking, he said. We werent ever trying to run up the score and embarrass an opponent. Especially (Winnipeg head coach) Mike OShea, hes a good friend of mine.The Blue Bombers lost their sixth straight and seventh of their last eight games to fall to 6-9 after a 5-1 start to the season.It was a horrible feeling getting down that bad, said Bombers slotback Nick Moore. Weve had a lot of tough games and close games that we have lost. I dont really know what has happened.OShea said his team was simply slow off the start, and are in a precarious position as a result.I felt that we didnt have the right stuff, the right plan, he said. I thought we were out-coached in the first half. In all three phases, it seemed like nothing we were doing offensively was working.The players are frustrated enough to try and make a change. They understand that these are all must-win games for us now. We have to win our next three.The Eskimos struck first with six minutes remaining in the opening quarter as they marched competently downfield before capping off the drive on a one-yard keeper by backup quarterback Pat White to make it 7-0.A minute later the Eskimos had the ball back in scoring position as Bombers back Paris Cotton was stripped of the ball by Almondo Sewell and Edmontons Alonzo Lawrence scooped it up at the Winnipeg 29-yard line. The turnover led to a 21-yard Hugh ONeill field goal.Winnipegs offence for the first quarter was minus one yard.Edmonton increased its lead to 14-0 on a missed field goal early in the second quarter and a successful 33-yard kick six minutes in.The Blue Bombers looked to have caught a break with six minutes remaining as Edmonton punt returner Kendial Lawrence fumbled on his own 22-yard line with Winnipegs Carl Volny recovering. However, on the next play, Odell Willis stripped the ball out of quarterback Drew Willys hands and it bounced around until it was picked up by Dexter McCoil who escaped several tackle attempts in an improbable 88-yard run into the end zone to put the Eskimos up 21-0. It was Edmontons seventh defensive touchdown this season.The Eskimos kept coming and added to their totals with just under three minutes left in the first half as starting quarterback Reilly scored on a one-yard plunge. Just 10 seconds later, McCoil sacked Willy in the end zone for a safety to make it 30-0.Winnipeg continued to take costly penalties and were flagged for pass interference on Fred Stamps, leading to another one-yard Reilly touchdown plunge with four seconds remaining in the first half to make it 37-0.Edmonton had 217 yards in net offence and 20 first downs to Winnipegs 27 yards and two first downs in the opening half.Willy did not return for the second half as the Bombers QB was listed as having an upper body injury. Brian Brohm came in as his replacement.We just went out there in the second half and had to play like it was 0-0, Brohm said. We had to play our game and keep fighting. We had to play for pride. I think we did a better job doing that, playing hard in the second half. We just didnt have it for the win.The Eskimos added to their lead on the first possession in the second half on a 16-yard ONeill field goal.The Blue Bombers finally avoided the shutout midway through the third quarter on a 43-yard field goal by Lirim Hajrullahu, who added another 31-yarder with just over a minute left to make it 40-6. Edmonton responded with a punt single to start the fourth.Winnipeg added a 26-yard field goal five minutes into the fourth, the final scoring play of the game.The Blue Bombers return home to entertain the Calgary Stampeders on Saturday. The Eskimos hit the road to face the Roughriders in Saskatchewan on Sunday.Notes: Edmonton won the previous meeting between the two teams 26-3 on July 17 in Winnipeg… The Eskimos came into the game tied with Hamilton for the most wins on Thanksgiving Monday (1957-2013) in league history, each having recorded 17 holiday game victories… Edmonton running back John White missed some practice time during the week due to a hand injury, but was able to start… The Bombers were without one of their top offensive linemen in Glenn January, out with a back injury. Winnipeg also made a couple of key players healthy scratches in an attempt to shake things up, sitting out their top receiver from the past month in Aaron Kelly and the leagues touchdown and yards from scrimmage leader, Nic Grigsby…. The Bombers entered the contest having lost six of their last seven, despite having had the lead in 11 of their last 13 games… Eskimos DE Odell Willis played in his 100th career CFL game… The Eskimos honoured a pair of legendary offensive linemen from the five-in-a-row Grey Cup days, enshrining Hector Pothier and the late Bill Stevenson on the wall of honour at Commonwealth Stadium. In attendance for the event were a pair of quarterbacking greats from that era, Warren Moon and Tom Wilkinson. Cheap Denver Nuggets Jerseys .Y. -- Scott Chandler is returning to Buffalo, where he spent the past three seasons establishing himself as the Bills top pass-catching tight end. Gary Harris Jersey . Halak did not get the start in the Washington Capitals Tuesday night game against the St. http://www.cheapnuggetsjerseys.com/?tag ... les-jersey. Fans in the Jets viewing region can watch the game on TSN Jets at 5:30pm ct and listeners can tune in to TSN Radio 1290 Winnipeg. Will Barton Jersey . -- Colin Kaepernick insists he just happened to pull on a pair of socks with dollar bill prints all over them Wednesday morning -- before he learned he had struck a new fortune with the San Francisco 49ers. Thomas Welsh Jersey . To be fair, the celebrations are already anything but tame. Nerf ball tricks shots are just the tip of the iceberg for a group that has performed in zero gravity, faced pro-skateboarder Rob Dyrdek and an assembled team on the MTV series "Fantasy Factory", and even hit a basketball trick shot from a passing blimp. ST. PAUL, Minn. -- The Vancouver Canucks are at the point in the season where every loss could end their playoff hopes. Those hopes are still alive after a big road win over Minnesota. David Booth scored two unassisted goals and Eddie Lack made 29 saves to lead Vancouver over the Wild 5-2 on Wednesday. Zack Kassian, Daniel Sedin and Ryan Kesler also scored for Vancouver as the Canucks try to make a late push to overtake Phoenix and Dallas for the Western Conferences final wild-card playoff spot. "Its huge, were in a do-or-die position," Alexandre Burrow said. "If we would have lost this game we probably would have been out of the race." Minnesota outshot Vancouver 31-19 and got goals from Charlie Coyle and Nino Niederreiter, but lost its third straight at home. Booth scored for the second consecutive game after going scoreless in his previous 32. On his first goal, Booth took the puck the length of the ice after a faceoff and fired it past Darcy Kuemper. Booths second goal broke a 1-1 tie in the second period and came after Jared Spurgeon whiffed on a pass in the Wild zone, leading to a bad turnover and a point-blank look for Booth. "We didnt generate a ton of shots, but we were able to capitalize on the ones we did," Booth said. Minnesota, currently holding the first wild-card spot in the West, controlled play for most of the first two periods, but failed to capitalize on four power plays and fell behind 3-1. Even though his team was generating chances early, Wild coach Mike Yeo was nervous. "Especially in that first period, were out chancing them, were outshooting them, but still. Just didnt quite have the right feel," he said. Ilya Bryzgalov took over for the slumping Kuemper after two periods. Kuemper allowed three goals in 12 shots, the fifth time in his last seven start hes allowed at least three goals. "Dont feel good about that one," Kuemper said. "Obviously we were controlling the play and to finnd ourselves down 3-1, yeah Ive got to help the guys out a little bit better.ddddddddddddquot; The switch didnt get Minnesota going. Vancouver killed an early third period power play, and then put the game away on Sedins goal at 11:12 to make it 4-1. "I didnt think we played great, but we stuck with it and at the end we came out with a big win," Sedin said. "For sure, its something to build." The goal was Sedins first in his last 23 games and his first point in his last 13. Coyles goal was his third in three games. The centre had scored only once in his previous 24 games. Lack got a little help in the second period from Alexander Edler. Zach Parise stuffed the puck between Lacks pads, but just before it crossed the goal line, Edler swept it away. "We know its do-or-die now and we got to come up with the same kind of effort tomorrow," Lack said. Vancouver has won six of its last nine after losing 11 of 12. Both Phoenix and Dallas were idle on Wednesday. The Canucks now have 78 points, Dallas 79 and Phoenix 82. Henrik Sedin missed the game with a leg injury and didnt make the trip. As Minnesota tries to hang on to its playoff position, Yeo has to answer questions about his goaltending situation. "I want to be careful on that one. Im not saying that we cant be any better between the pipes, but at the same time theres some quality chances that were giving up," he said. "Obviously, we have to do our part to make sure those guys are in the right frame of mind." NOTES: Wild G Niklas Backstrom and F Jason Zucker each underwent successful surgeries yesterday and should be ready for the start of the 2014-15 season. Backstrom had core muscle surgery and Zucker had a tendon in his left quadriceps repaired. ... F Alexandre Burrows played for Vancouver after missing Sundays game with a hand injury. ... The Sedins have only played in two games together in March. ... The Wild beings a four-game road trip in St. Louis on Thursday. 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