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Much of the excitement of opening night in the National Hockey League was muted on Tuesday when Montreal Canadiens forward George Parros was taken off the Bell Centre ice on a stretcher after engaging in a fight with Maple Leafs forward Colton Orr. Parros was hurt when the Toronto player lost his balance and pulled Parros over him to the ice. The Canadiens enforcer landed face first, lost consciousness, and was taken to hospital. On Wednesday, he was diagnosed with a concussion. "You never want to see a guy get hurt like that. Its a scary situation, I just hope hes all right," said Orr, who had already fought with Parros earlier in the game. "Its scary, its not fun to watch. I dont know what else to say," said Canadiens teammate Lars Eller. It was an ugly moment on a night that was otherwise reserved for celebration. But the injury re-opens a familiar question for hockey fans: does Tuesdays incident in Montreal change your feelings about fighting in hockey? Time and time again, NHL players have been polled about whether to ban fighting from the game and time and time again, there has been heavy resistance to removing the fisticuffs. It appears that the image of Parros being removed on a stretcher is still not enough to sway some hockey opinions. "Hockey is a game that needs fighting in it," said Ottawa Senators head coach Paul MacLean on Wednesday after his teams morning skate. TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger reported on Wednesday that while Flyers forward Vincent Lecavalier is sensitive to Parros injury, he says he would still vote in favour of keeping fighting. "Part of the game," Lecavalier told Dreger. Will fighting leave the game anytime soon? TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie gave his opinion on the incident during a post-game discussion with Thats Hockey host Gino Reda. "The culture of hockey is such that the decision-makers - the players, the coaches, the managers, the owners, the administrators - they dont want any appreciable difference to the games," he said. "So the debate will rage on as George Parros recovers from that, but I dont anticipate anything is going to change because it hasnt in the past." Several other fights that produced knockouts and concussions in recent memory have not produced change. Chances are the Parros injury wont either. But does Tuesdays incident in Montreal change your feelings about fighting in hockey? As always, Its Your! Call. Udonis Haslem Jersey .com) - One point guard will return, while another will sit when the Minnesota Timberwolves visit American Airlines Center to take on the Dallas Mavericks. Bam Adebayo Heat Jersey . 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Nowitzki had 21 points Tuesday night to pass Oscar Robertson for 10th on the NBAs career scoring list, leading the Mavs to a 95-83 victory over the Utah Jazz.NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The Tennessee Titans didnt have time to think about blowing a second straight lead at home.This time, they just held on for the win.Even if it was against the woeful Jacksonville Jaguars, who hurt themselves late.Sammie Hill blocked a field goal attempt in the final seconds, and the Tennessee Titans held off the winless Jaguars 16-14 Sunday to snap a four-game losing streak.Huge, Titans defensive lineman Jurrell Casey said. Weve been fighting for a win for so long and to come out with a win like this, its kind of a bummer. But at the end of the day, a win is a win, and we fought to the end.Jackie Battle ran for a touchdown, and Ryan Succop also kicked three field goals as the Titans (2-4) bounced back after blowing the biggest lead ever by a home team in the regular season with their loss last week to Cleveland.It was a relief, Titans quarterback Charlie Whitehurst said. I think we kind of controlled the game most of the game, and we werent able to sustain a drive in the second half to put it away. It wouldve been a little easier on everybodys hearts. Its a win, and were very happy about it.Casey had two of Tennessees six sacks. The Titans forced two turnovers as they won their first game at home this season a€” only their second here in nine games.The Jaguars (0-6) scored with 37 seconds left as Blake Bortles found Clay Harbor for a 20-yard TD. They recovered the onside kick after Titans safety Michael Griffin couldnt hold onto the ball.But Hill got his right fingers on Josh Scobees 55-yard field goal attempt with 3 seconds remaining. Jacksonville had to kick on third-and-2 because coach Gus Bradley had no timeouts left, losing both his challenges and the timeouts that went with them.Bradley took the blame for not having a timeout. They usually need 17 seconds to rush the field goal unit out.I felt really confident, Bradley said of the distance. (Scobee) felt confident on the sideline, and it looked like it was going. It was the right direction and he got enough on it. It was just the height on it.Even though this game was a sellout, thousands of empty seats awaited two of the NFLs worst teams. The Titans gave their fans a reason to stick around to the end by making this more exciting in the final seconds than they wanted.dddddddddddd.Whitehurst threw for a career-high 233 yards in starting his second game in three weeks in place of the injured Jake Locker. He was out with a second injury to his right hand a€” this time his right thumb.But Bortles, the No. 3 overall draft pick, had his best day yet. He had 336 yards as the Jaguars outgained the Titans 379-290, and the rookie quarterback also led the Jaguars in rushing with 38 yards.Locker had plenty of company on the sideline as the Titans, who placed veteran starters safety Bernard Pollard (Achilles tendon) and left tackle Michael Roos (right knee) on injured reserve this week, started three rookies.Taylor Lewan, the No. 11 pick overall, replaced Roos. Second-round draft pick Bishop Sankey started at running back with Shonn Greene (hamstring) out.Avery Williamson started his second straight game at inside linebacker. And the rookie returned a fumble 41 yards with 4:25 left to help seal the win.The Jaguars came in second in the NFL behind only the Bills and Jets with 16 sacks. They added three more of Whitehurst as they hit him repeatedly during the game.Bortles was nearly perfect in helping the Jaguars open a game with their first touchdown drive this season. They went 80 yards on a drive capped by a 1-yard TD by another rookie Storm Johnson, Bortles teammate at UCF.Jacksonville also forced the Titans to settle for field goals. The Titans took the lead for good when Battle capped an 80-yard drive with a 1-yard plunge just before halftime for a 10-7 edge.The Jaguars had their chances. Titans cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson picked off Bortles pass at the Tennessee 16 in the third quarter and ran it back to midfield. Succop put Tennessee up 16-7 with his third field goal, a 42-yarder.Notes: Casey had his fifth game with two sacks in a game. ... Titans returner Leon Washington had a 50-yard kickoff return in the first quarter and became the second active player and 11th in NFL history with 7,000 yards on kickoff returns. ... Wreh-Wilson had his first career interception.___Online:AP NFL website: http://www.pro32.ap.org and http://www.twitter.com/AP_NFL___Follow Teresa M. Walker at http://www.twitter.com/teresamwalker ' ' '


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