TSN play-by-play announcer Chris Cuthbert will be honoured by the Football Reporters of Canada as one of this years inductees into the Canadian Football Hall of Fames Media Wing. Cuthbert will be formally inducted at the Football Reporters of Canadas annual gathering on November 30th, the morning of Grey Cup Sunday. Later that day, Cuthbert will call TSNs live coverage of the 102nd GREY CUP from BC Place in Vancouver – marking his 16th appearance in the booth for a Grey Cup broadcast. As one of the best broadcasters in the business, Chris is quite simply a master of his craft, said Stewart Johnston, President of TSN. His impressive list of accomplishments is a reflection of the intense preparation and pure passion that he brings to every broadcast. He has done so much to elevate the game from a broadcast perspective. We join the rest of the football community in congratulating Chris on this very well-deserved honour. A sports broadcasting veteran of more than 30 years, Cuthbert joined TSN in June 2005 as a play-by-play announcer for the networks CFL and hockey coverage. In 2006, Cuthbert and CFL ON TSN analyst Glen Suitor won a Gemini Award for Best Sports Play-By-Play or Analyst for their work on TSNs CFL broadcasts. Cuthbert also won a Gemini Award in 1998 as Best Sports Broadcaster, and in 2004 was recognized by Sports Media Canada as Sportscaster of the Year. Throughout his celebrated career, Cuthbert has been the voice of some of the biggest moments in sports, calling the action for numerous Grey Cups, Stanley Cup Playoffs, and Olympic Games, including the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games, where he delivered the call of Sidney Crosbys iconic overtime winner in the gold medal game, which has since become known simply as the golden goal. Cuthbert won a Gemini Award for Best Sports Play-By-Play Announcer for his call of the game, which remains the most-watched television broadcast in Canadian history with 16.7 million viewers. Cuthbert joins fellow TSN broadcasters Matt Dunigan, Milt Stegall, and Brian Williams and the late TSN producer Paul McLean in the Canadian Football Hall of Fame. Nike Air Max 98 Brown . Ribery terrorized the Schalke defence throughout and put the home side ahead in the 36th minute when he chipped the goalkeeper before stroking the ball into the empty net. The French winger struck again after the interval, combining with Thomas Mueller on the left before firing a deflected shot beyond the helpless Timo Hildebrand in the 55th, as Bayern bounced back from Wednesdays 1-0 loss at FC Basel in the Champions League. 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Sure enough, the Tigers had their game against the Kansas City Royals postponed because of rain on Thursday.Manchester, England (SportsNetwork.com) - Arsenal will continue its pursuit of a top-four finish on Sunday when the club heads to the Etihad for a monumental clash with Manchester City. The Gunners arrive at the weekend in fifth place with 36 points, just one point off the pace of fourth-place Manchester United and three points back of third-place Southampton. A convincing 3-0 home defeat of Stoke City on Sunday was Arsenals third Premier League win in four outings, but it was the utter dominance of the match that has fans believing that Arsene Wengers men can make a late charge for a Champions League spot. Sundays meeting with City should provide them with a stern test of their credentials as the Gunners have not fared well away from the Emirates, dropping four of their 11 road contests this term. City, meanwhile, enters the weekend unbeaten in its last 12 league matches, bringing the club to second place in the table with 47 points. But while the Citizens have managed to collect points regularly over the last couple months, their Achilles heel has been their penchant for conceding untimely goals. Manuel Pellegrinis side enjoyed a two-goal lead at the Etihad against lowly Burnley on Dec. 28 before second-half strikes from George Boyd and Ashley Barnes saw the hosts drop two points. They squandered another two-goal cushion on Jan. 1 when Jack Rodwell and Adam Johnson scored in quick succession to level the score for Sunderland, but Frank Lampard managed to bail the Citizens out with a 73rd-minute winner. 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United stumbled in a 1-0 home loss to Southampton last time out, and while the Red Devils will have the opportunity to rebound against a struggling QPR side, they have not fared well on the road this season, taking just 12 points from a possible 30. First-place Chelsea will return to action with a trip to the Liberty Stadium on Saturday as the Blues will prepare to face a Swansea City side aiming to sneak into a European spot. Liverpool, meanwhile, has not tasted defeat since a 3-0 thrashing to Manchester United on Dec. 14. The Reds will be seeking a fourth Premier League win in five outings on Saturday when they travel to Aston Villa. Newcastle put up a good fight against Chelsea last time out but came away from Stamford Bridge empty-handed. The Magpies will hope to build off that strong showing on Saturday when they welcome surging Southampton to St. James Park. 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