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Although Poirier spent all of last season in the professional ranks skating in 55 AHL games, in which he scored 19 goals, and another six NHL clashes it didn use up the first year of his standard NHL contract.

Rasmus Andersson. Maybe it shouldn come as a surprise since the blueliner from Sweden was the club highest drafted player this year, but Andersson chewed up big time minutes in the couple of games he played, showed smarts to go with skill at both ends of the rink and generally made a great impression.

That right the 20 year old who was one of the club 2013 first round draft choices essentially still has all three years remaining on his deal with the Flames and won be a restricted free agent until after the season.

That said about Arnold player known for being Johnny Gaudreau college linemate is very dogged on the puck and showing signs of being a perfect third or fourth line centre at the NHL level.

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That world is the NHL collective bargaining agreement and all its funky quirks, one of which is affecting the Calgary Flames regarding Emile Poirier and his entry level contract and may very well come into play again with the recently signed Rasmus Andersson.

Speaking of reining in a thoroughbred Bennett, likely the Flames only player at the prospects tournament who be a full time NHLer this season, was guilty of trying to do too much in the team game against the Edmonton Oilers. That not a crime, as we thinking he wanted to show that his good buddy, Connor McDavid, wasn the lone youngster with star potential. It not a bad problem, and he learn from it.

Let not get ahead of things, he likely needs a year or even two to really be ready for full time NHL duty, but it was a great first impression.

Another Flames player signed to a three year deal will actually go through four pro seasons before becoming a potential restricted free agent, Patrick Sieloff, although his case is different. Development Team, turned pro in but played only two AHL games before missing almost the whole season due to injury. He due to become an RFA after the season, and that extra year may be a good thing for him, giving him an extra year to develop before the Flames have to make a decision whether to keep him in the organization.

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Ryan Lomberg is this year Garnet Hathaway. Hathaway joined the organization last season on an AHL deal and earned an NHL contract. He likely be in the minors this season but has the opportunity to be seen in the Saddledome. Lomberg isn as big but does have a similar determined style.

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Runner up: Andrew Mangiapane, the 2015 sixth round pick showed the kind of skill and determination under sized players must provide.

One disappointment of the tournament was that some of the forward hopefuls with legit chances to play NHL games this season failed to really jumped out. Yeah, it was only a couple of games, but the time is at hand for the likes of Bill Arnold or Emile Poirier or Kenny Agostino to start separating themselves from the pack of prospects.

It could be the same case for Andersson, the second round draft pick defenceman, whose 19th birthday will be next month and signed his first contract Monday amidst a very strong performance during the Young Stars Classic.

Oliver Kylington, the club other second round pick, is as dynamic of a skater as we ever seen in the Flames organization and exciting to watch. However, it be interesting to see how things go when the club tries to rein him in. At this point, Kylington plays like a rover, and we pretty sure that won fly with the coaches.

Poirier celebrated his 19th birthday the same year he was drafted and signed on Dec. 31, 2013. He spent the season in the junior ranks and turned pro last season. However, since he didn play in 10 NHL games in the campaign, the first year of his contract slides to this coming season.

Pavel Karnaukhov, the fifth round pick this year, is a big centre with scoring touch for the WHL Calgary Hitmen. The product of Minsk, Belarus, is such an intriguing prospect with his size, skill and game sense. He really helped himself during the tournament.

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Provided Andersson plays the coming season in the OHL with the Barrie Colts, or at least skates in nine or fewer NHL games, and again doesn reach 10 NHL games during the campaign, his deal will also slide an extra year.

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"I really think that Justin Bieber is an amazing musician and he deserved every bit of that award because he's been working his ass off his entire life and we need to support how awesome he is," she said.

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Bieber, who lately has been making more headlines about his brushes with the law than his musical career, was not present at the show.

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Add to that list Robin Thicke, who pulled out of attendance and a planned performance earlier that morning due to problems with his vocal cords.

Amidst performances from stars both new and established, award wins both expected and surprising, and a raucous crowd at the MTS Centre in Winnipeg, a few moments stood out at the 43rd Juno Awards. Here are five of them.

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"Good music is an international language, even in space," said Hadfield, before launching BTO into the hall of fame stratosphere. He would know.

With tens of millions of Beliebers proselytizing him on Twitter, it's little wonder that the pop megastar from Stratford, Ont., won his fourth straight Fan Choice award. It might be a tad more surprising to hear audible boos from the crowd in Winnipeg when the Olympic Women's curling team announced the accolade.

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In the show Benefits Britain, which airs on Channel 5 tonight, a camera crews follows Debbie Merton, 46, who hasn't worked in 24 years and lives in a large council flat on the East Sussex coast.

She was employed for several years full time as a builder until she fell pregnant and she frequently explains to the cameras that she can't wait until she is off benefits again and in employment so that she can give her son the things he needs.

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Options under consideration include the requesting additional pension regulatory relief and new financing for 2014.

The loss comes at a time when letter mail, which generates approximately 50 per cent of Canada Post's revenue, continues to fall. For the third quarter, "transaction mail" or letters, bills and statements fell by 73 million pieces compared to the same period last year.

Canada Post said it was able to reduce its labour costs by $65 million, or 2.7 per cent in the first three quarters compared to the same periods in 2012.

The federal Crown corporation and its subsidiaries, known collectively as the Canada Post Group, said despite a parcel delivery revenue increase of $32 million, the company is on track to post a "substantial loss in 2013."

Other postal services around the world that are facing the same crisis are adjusting their business model.

The corporation's subsidiaries Purolator, SCI Group and Innovapost all posted quarterly profits.

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Canada Post reported a $129 million loss on Thursday in its latest quarter, as growth from online shopping package deliveries did not make up for the steep losses from declining letter mail volume.

"When a big business like Canada Post is thinking of shrinking to really reduce services, it's like deciding to die," said Denis Lemelin, president of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers.

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This is the council that knocked down a tree in Wickford Town Centre for the sake of slippery flags to be put down. I hope to see the council in court for breaking its own rules, but I won't hold my breath as its Basildon Council a law to its self.

Speaking after the court hearing, councillor Richard Moore, Basildon Council's cabinet member for planning said: "I am pleased with the magistrate's decision as it sends out a very strong message that this, and let's be frank here, kind of wilful destruction and complete disregard of the law, will not be tolerated in our borough. Amazing how your 'friends' can all over us/Basildon Council and nothing is done.

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Eric the RedI don't get how this law can cover trees on private property, I think Mr Seale's has every right to feel hard done by.

Unless, of course it's south of the A127Speaking after the court hearing, councillor Richard Moore, Basildon Council's cabinet member for planning said: "I am pleased with the magistrate's decision as it sends out a very strong message that this, and let's be frank here, kind of wilful destruction and complete disregard of the law, will not be tolerated in our borough."

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A seminar held Friday morning in Cambridge brought together police, the Bank of Canada and local retailers, as bankers shared information on counterfeit money and tips for detecting it.

Lynne Mina, manager of the Walking on a Cloud footwear store in the Cambridge Centre mall, says she's not aware of any counterfeit bills that have come into her store.

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