In Kenora Slo-Pitch - on the men's side it was the CarStar Rockies taking down the Neechies, and Lakeside Dental outscoring the Legends.

On the women's side, the Royals defeated Dunit, CUPE took it over the Wreckers and Northern Harbour dominated Bat Intentions.

Some big-money contracts will be offered to some big-name stars when N-H-L free agency opens Wednesday. Nazem Kadri and Darcy Kuemper of the Stanley Cup champion Colorado Avalanche, Calgary Flames MVP Johnny Gaudreau and Dallas Stars defenceman John Klingberg headline a deep class with the most high-end talent available in several years.

Ottawa Redblacks quarterback Jeremiah Masoli said on social media Tuesday that the C-F-L didn't go far enough to punish Saskatchewan Roughriders' defensive lineman Garrett Marino, a player he believes can't control himself on the field. The C-F-L suspended Marino for 4 games. Masoli, injured by Marino on a low hit, is out for up to 12 weeks.

Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback Zach Collaros leads the C-F-L's top performers for Week 5 of the season. Collaros threw for 288 yards and three touchdowns in Winnipeg's 43-22 road win over B-C on Saturday. Blue Bombers receiver Dalton Schoen and Calgary kick-returner Peyton Logan were also honoured.

Philadelphia skipper Rob Thomson became the first Canadian to manage a Major League Baseball game in his home country when the Phillies played the Toronto Blue Jays yesterday. The Jays took it at home in the first of a 2 game series. Game 2 goes tonight. Ross Stripling is slated for the mound for Toronto