The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have signed American defensive end Keion Adams to the practice roster. The Salisbury, North Carolina native joins the Blue Bombers after spending the past two seasons with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Since joining the CFL, Adams has appeared in 16 games registering four sacks and 27 tackles. Before that, Adams spent four years at Western Michigan. During his senior year in 2016, Adams led the MAC in tackles for loss with 18 and led his team in sacks with 7.5. Adams was selected in the seventh round of the 2017 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers where he would spend two seasons. He also spent time with the New York Giants before signing with the Roughriders.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders and the Canadian Football League announced that the 109th Grey Cup game is sold out. More than 33,000 are expected to attend the CFL championship game at Regina's Mosaic Stadium on November 20th. Regina last hosted the Grey Cup in 2013 when the hometown Roughriders defeated the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 45-23.
The Virden Oil Capitals put their 4-0 record on the line tonight at Tundra Oil & Gas Place when they face the Portage Terriers. The two teams will also meet Saturday at Stride Place. Last night former Virden netminder Bailey Monteith stopped 35 shots in regulation and overtime as well as all four shots he faced in the shootout as Portage beat the Winkler Flyers 2-1.
Steven Arp and Connor McClennon had two goals each as the Winnipeg Ice downed the Raiders 6-2 in Prince Albert. Aiden Oiring and Conor Geekie also scored for the Ice. Connor Dale chipped in with three assists.