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Canadian receiver Shawn Gore retires from professional football

SURREY, B.C. – Canadian receiver Shawn Gore has retired from football, the B.C. Lions announced Thursday. In seven CFL seasons with the Lions, the 30-year-old had 307 catches for 3,911 yards and 20 touchdowns in 113 games. The press release announcing Gore’s retirement stated he was looking to "pursue a new path." The Toronto native suffered a concussion in Week 15 last season...
May 04, 2017

Lions’ receiver Gore retires after 7 seasons

VANCOUVER —  BC Lions receiver Shawn Gore has retired after seven CFL seasons, the team announced Thursday. The national pass-catcher out of Toronto played 113 games for the Lions since being drafted 10th overall in the 2010 CFL Draft. “Shawn has informed the club that he has decided to retire and pursue a new path,” said Lions head coach and general manager Wally Buono. “He is an...
May 04, 2017

Four things the B.C. Lions need to fix

The Lions are still a mystery They were a difficult team to project at the beginning of the season, and they still feel like a mixed bag six games in. Lets take a look at the four things the Lions need to tweak as they progress through the 2013 season. 1. The young guns need to step up Prior to this season, many people thought that this particular group of BC Lions receivers had...
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August 12, 2013  |  Discuss

BC Lions Roster Update: Moving Day in the den

Re-Capping the most recent moves With the CFL Free Agency period commencing on February 15th the BC Lions have a host of talents that are due to become available.  Some come with a little more cache than others but I believe GM Wally Buono made some outstanding decisions on Thursday, trading Mike Reilly and re-signing Shawn Gore. Buono still has moves to make but today was a great...
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January 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Lions vs. Stampeders Week 5 offensive & defensive game balls

Lions win big road game to go to 3-2 After a penalty filled first half that didn’t see any touchdowns until B.C. Lions‘ Quarterback Travis Lulay hit Akeem Foster for a 17-yard TD strike with 32 seconds left in the second quarter, the Leos took control of the game and never looked back. That final drive of the first half for the Lions took just 1 minute and 47 seconds to cover 74...
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July 30, 2012  |  Discuss

Hamilton Tiger-Cats vs. B.C. Lions blog: love ‘em & hate ‘em

Its How You Win That Defines You! In what many believe could be a Grey Cup preview, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats proved every bit they can hang with the big cats of the CFL. In a game that featured high explosive scoring plays, the BC Lions overtook the Tabbies 39-36, improving their start to 2-0 on the season. This contest saw the Lions fight back from a deficit and showed the resolve...
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July 09, 2012  |  Discuss

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