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The Oklahoma City Barons, the American Hockey League affiliate of the Edmonton Oilers, will cease operations at the end of the season. Edmonton’s lease commitment is finished after the 2014-15 league year and it will not be renewed after five years in Oklahoma City, the Oilers announced Thursday. “The players, coaches and fans of the OKC Barons have been outstanding partners to our organization as our development team affiliate. We have enjoyed a solid working relationship with the City of Oklahoma City as well as with Prodigal, the Barons’ management company, throughout the team’s five years,” Oilers Entertainment Group President & COO Patrick LaForge said in a release. “The decision to move on from Oklahoma City, although not easy, will open new opportunities for the Oilers organization and our AHL business. We want to thank Bob Funk Jr. and his team at Prodigal for their partnership in bringing professional hockey to Oklahoma City.” As TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger reports, the Oilers’ ECHL franchise in Bakersfield, California could be transformed into the team’s new AHL home. The AHL is currently working on forming a Western Division to accommodate the NHLs California-based clubs and teams in Western Canada, who have been pushing for a western wing for a number of years. AHL President Dave Andrews said that the league isnt prepared to announce a new division, as a lot more work remains to be done. Reports indicate the Calgary Flames also have interest in relocating their AHL team from Glen Falls, New York while the Winnipeg Jets have one more year remaining on their agreement in St Johns, Newfoundland, which the Jets intend to honour. Vancouver Canucks sources told Dreger that they have no plans to pull out of Utica, New York at this time. Los Angeles, San Jose, Anaheim, Arizona and potentially Colorado would make up the American component of the new division, with Edmonton, Calgary, and in the future, Winnipeg and Vancouver also involved. While details are still being worked out, the launch of the division in 2015 may only include the AHL franchises of Los Angeles, Anaheim, San Jose, Calgary and Edmonton. Authentic George Odum Jersey . The NFL says Wednesday that the game between the Atlanta Falcons and Detroit Lions at Wembley on Oct. 26 will start at 1:30 p. Cheap Colts Jerseys . Samir Nasris 88th-minute equalizer at Etihad Stadium will be of little consolation to City, which is now six points behind league leader Liverpool and four points behind second-place Chelsea. Third-place City has a game in hand but the surprise result against Sunderland, coupled with Sundays 3-2 loss at Liverpool, may be a setback too far in its bid for a second championship in three seasons. http://www.cheapcoltsjerseysauthentic.co...en-clark-jersey. Kalish got his first hit since Sept. 11, 2012, when he rapped an RBI triple in the first inning Sunday in the Chicago Cubs 8-3 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies. Authentic Kemoko Turay Jersey . Giants manager Bruce Bochy told The Associated Press of the decision before NL West-leading San Francisco opened a 10-game homestand Monday night with the first of three games against second-place Arizona. Authentic Ryan Hewitt Jersey .J. Barea during a three-game shooting slump that was getting him booed off his home court with regularity. CLEVELAND -- Browns owner Jimmy Haslam is asking Cleveland fans to be patient as he looks to replace the coach he fired after one season. With criticism growing as the search drags on, Haslam sent a letter to fans Wednesday in which he explained the Browns "methodical" hunt for a "strong coach." Haslam fired Rob Chudzinski last month following a 4-12 season, forcing the Browns to look for their seventh full-time coach since 1999 and fourth in six years. The owner said the team has spoken to a "number of outstanding candidates" and indicated he and CEO Joe Banner will meet with assistant coaches currently in the NFL playoffs. "We have purposefully been very methodical in our approach," Haslam said in the letter released by the team and posted on its website. "We believe it is very important to stay disciplined to this process and to interview all of the candidates on our list. We are strongly committed to finding the right person to coach the Cleveland Browns." The Browns were the first team to fire a coach after the season, and theyll be the last to hire one now that the Minnesota Vikings are completing a contract with former Cincinnati defensive co-ordinator Mike Zimmer, who interviewed for the Cleveland opening a year ago. When Chudzinski was dismissed, Haslam made it clear the Browns would take as long as needed to find a "proven winner." But as days turned to weeks and several candidates took jobs elsewhere or other names surfaced and were quickly dismissed, a perception took hold that the front office was not on the same page. There have also been rumblings that the Browns have been spurned by candidates and are fixated on hiring Denver offensive co-ordinator Adam Gase. Haslams unexpected letter seemed to be the teams attempt to quell some of the outside noise. Cleveland has interviewed six known candidates and the team intends to meet with Gase when the Broncos season ends. Gase was the first candidate contacted by the Browns after Chudzinski was let go. The 35-year-old Gase told the Browns and Vikings he wanted to wait until after the season. Although Gase appears to be the front-runner, theres no guarantee hell be hired by the Browns -- or if he even wants the job.dddddddddddd Gases interview will likely take place soon after the Broncos are finished playing. That could be as soon as Sunday or as late as Feb. 3, if Denver advances to the Super Bowl. Haslam said the Browns, who havent been to the AFC playoffs since 2002, will remain patient. "We are prepared to wait as long as necessary because this is a very important decision," said Haslam, Clevelands owner since 2012. "Everyone in our organization is committed to finding the right leader for our team." The lingering search has created the appearance that the job is not appealing. Haslam, though, insists the Cleveland coaching spot is a "very attractive position." "We have one of the youngest teams in the League, a roster that includes five Pro Bowlers," he said. "In addition, we have more salary-cap room than all but one NFL team. We also have three of the top 35 picks in the upcoming draft and five of the top 83 selections." The Browns also interviewed Seattle defensive co-ordinator Dan Quinn, who could get a second meeting when the Seahawks season ends. New England co-ordinator Josh McDaniels and Arizona defensive co-ordinator Todd Bowles removed their names from consideration. Ken Whisenhunt met with the Browns before he was hired by Tennessee, and Green Bay quarterbacks coach Ben McAdoo interviewed with Cleveland but was hired Tuesday as the New York Giants offensive co-ordinator. Former Tennessee coach Mike Munchak met with Haslam and Browns CEO Joe Banner this week. During the Browns search, other prominent names emerged, including Oklahomas Bob Stoops and former Ohio State coach Jim Tressel. However, neither is believed to be on Clevelands radar. Its also possible the team will ask to meet with San Francisco offensive co-ordinator Greg Roman. As they look for a new coach, the Browns have granted permission for offensive co-ordinator Norv Turner to interview with the Vikings, and theyve told defensive co-ordinator Ray Horton he can interview for the same position in Tennessee. ' ' '

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