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Bell Media congratulates TSN and RDS founder Gordon Craig on being named to the Order of Canada for his pioneering contributions

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Bell Media congratulates TSN and RDS founder Gordon Craig on being named to the Order of Canada for his pioneering contributions to sports broadcasting and for his dedication to the Canadian television industry. David Harris Jersey . The Order of Canada is one of Canada’s highest civilian honours, recognizing a lifetime of outstanding achievement and service to the nation. Craig joins an impressive list of Canadians named to the Order of Canada this month including Bell CEO George Cope, who was named a recipient for his leadership in corporate social responsibility, particularly in the area of mental health, and for his contributions to the telecommunications industry. “On behalf of everyone from TSN, RDS and the Bell Media family, I’d like to congratulate Gordon and his family on this tremendous honour,” said Phil King, President - CTV, Sports, and Entertainment Programming. “As the visionary behind TSN and RDS, Gordon revolutionized the way Canadians consume sports. It is because of Gordon’s work that millions of sports fans across the country are able to be a part of so many significant moments in Canadian sports history. A friend and a personal mentor of mine, Gordon’s innovation, unbridled passion, and leadership has inspired a generation of Canadian broadcasters.” Already an accomplished sports producer, Craig left a successful career at the CBC to help create Canada’s first 24-hour all-sports television network. On September 1, 1984, The Sports Network – TSN – debuted, giving Canadians access to full day sports programming for the first time in the nation’s history. Craig expanded the network under the NetStar Communications umbrella with the launch of the 24-hour French language sports network Réseau des sports (RDS), as well as Discovery Channel Canada. Craig was also instrumental in founding the award-winning production company Dome Productions. For the past 30 years, Craig’s leading sports brands have brought Canadians thousands of memorable events from the professional and amateur sports world. Widely regarded as a pioneer in specialty sports television, Craig has hired and mentored some of the most prominent members of the Canadian broadcast media landscape, including Rick Brace, Phil King, Gerry Frappier, Paul Lewis, Michael Landsberg, Stewart Johnston, Rod Smith, Mark Milliere, Paul Graham, Vic Rauter, Mary Ellen Carlyle, Gord Cutler, Buck Martinez, John Wells, Scott Moore, Keith Pelley, Paul Romanuk and Jim Hughson among others. Craig’s leadership and broadcast innovations have won praise and accolades from across the broadcast industry including a Lifetime Achievement acknowledgement from the Gemini Awards, and Sports Media Canada’s Career Achievement Award. He has also been inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame and the Canadian Curling Hall of Fame. Earlier this year, Craigs granddaughter Kyla Craig interviewed her grandfather in celebration of the networks 30th anniversary during her summer internship at TSN. When asked if he could start the network all over again and do something differently, the elder Craig replied, “Not a thing.” The full interview is available at TSN BarDown. Martellus Bennett Jersey . Zdeno Chara scored with 13 seconds left in regulation after David Krejci tied it late, lifting the Bruins to a 3-2 win over Pittsburgh on Saturday night in a game that saw Orpik taken from the ice on a stretcher. Malcolm Mitchell Jersey . Bjoerndalen, who had failed to win any major race for two years before Sochi, writes in a Facebook entry that he is "full of energy and inspiration" after winning the 10-kilometre sprint and mixed relay at last months Olympics. http://www.authenticpatriotsfanatic.com/c-101-patriots-phillip-dorsett-jersey.aspx . Especially after he got ejected. "How many innings was that?" he wondered.Each week, The Reporters put their thumbs out to the good and the bad in the world of sports. This week, they discuss the mistakes in the recently-filed concussion lawsuit, Jaroslav Halaks unwillingness to play his fomer team, Ryan Smyth and what he meant to Edmonton and Canada, and the new, civilized way managers and umpires argue with each other. Bruce Arthur, National Post My thumb is up to proofreading, especially when you happen to be filing a class-action lawsuit that pertains to concussions. The suit filed this week against the NHL on behalf of a group that included a small group of former players, including Michael Peluso and Dan Lacouture, was the second of its kind in hockey, and wont be the last. And it probably didnt help the cause by misspelling Sidney Crosbys name, citing movies like “Friday the 13th” and “Mystery, Alaska”, and declaring Gordie Howe dead. Look, we know what brain trauma does to people, now. In sports, what leagues knew and when they knew it is important, because if information was concealed, that could be monstrous. Now, Im not a lawyer, but if youre looking for answers, maybe start by not killing Gordie Howe. Steve Simmons, SUN Media My thumb is down to Jaroslav Halak, for basically opting out of playing goal against his former team, the St. Louis Blues. This is a hard one to completely understand and there is more than one version of the story. But the way I understand it, the Washington Capitals picked up the goalie at the trade deadline for the express purpose of trying to help them get in the playoffs. Yet he told his coach, Adam Oates, that he wasnt comfortable playing against the Blues, the team that just traded him away. Not commfortable? Isnt the athletes favourite game the one against his former team with all his friends? Isnt that what a goalie signs up for? The odd part in all this, without Halak the Capitals beat the Blues Tuesday night and still managed to miss the playoffs. Cassius Marsh Jersey. . Michael Farber, Sports Illustrated My thumb is up to Ryan Smyth, who announced his retirement Friday. He was not the greatest Oiler, obviously, but he was as much of an Edmonton-standard bearer in his era as Wayne Gretzky and Mark Messier were in theirs. Smyth was not conspicuously skilled, but he stood for old-time hockey values - and he stood in front of the net, the source of most of his 386 goals. He was steadfast in commitment to country, playing in eight World Championships and two Olympics. Captain Canada, indeed. But Smyth spent 15 of 19 NHL seasons in copper and blue. He belongs to Edmonton. The rest of the country was lucky it could borrow him. Dave Hodge, TSN My thumb is down to baseball fans who say they miss the loud-cursing, dirt-kicking, arm-waving, near-spitting, face to face arguments between managers and umpires. Those have been replaced this season by civilized conversations that the managers deem necessary while they wait for dugout advice on replay challenges. We have enough fits of temper and rage in this world that they dont have to come in the form of phony sports entertainment. The managers look better when they act older than five, the umpires are deserving of respect and this way, bad calls can actually be corrected. Its all quite civilized, which, Abner Doubleday intended, I believe. If, indeed, Doubleday was baseballs inventor. There are other claims, but lets not fight about that, either. Jerseys From China Wholesale Jerseys Jerseys NFL Cheap Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Stitched Jerseys Jerseys Wholesale ' ' '

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