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TSN delivers live coverage of the first round of the CFL Draft tonight at 7pm et/4pm pt. The draft, which is also available live on TSN GO, features CFL Commissioner Mark Cohon in studio to put Ottawa on the clock and announce their first round pick. Hosting TSNs first round coverage is Rod Black, who will be joined by CFL on TSN analyst and draft guru Duane Forde, who has covered the draft on nine previous occasions. CFL on TSN analysts Chris Schultz and Paul LaPolice join Black and Forde on the panel to break down the draft from the perspective of all teams and analyze the players selected over the course of the first two rounds. Also in the TSN Studio is reporter Farhan Lalji, who is joined by Lee Barette, founder of the pre-eminent website on football prospects in Canada, CanadaFootballChat.com. TSNs best-in-class team will have insights and reaction from around the league, including coverage from the war rooms of the Ottawa Redblacks, BC Lions, Calgary Stampeders, and Saskatchewan Roughriders. Following the televised broadcast of the first round, TSN.ca and TSN GO have bonus live streaming coverage of the second to seventh rounds beginning at 8:15pm et/5:15pm pt. Lalji hosts as Forde, LaPolice, and Barette provide scouting reports and assess the picks throughout the remaining rounds of the 2014 CFL Draft. The 2014 CFL Draft features eligible Canadian players from the CIS and NCAA. Top prospects include: - McGill offensive lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif - University of Montreal offensive lineman David Foucault - Laval offensive lineman Pierre Lavertu - University of Manitoba defensive lineman Evan Gill - St. Francis Xavier wide receiver Devon Bailey TSN Digital TSN digital platforms have the 2014 CFL Draft covered from all angles. 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Getzlaf scored the first two goals in the second, and Teemu Selanne scored the go-ahead goal late in the period as the Anaheim Ducks beat the Nashville Predators 4-3 Thursday night.TAMPA, Fla. - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers found an unusual way to lose Sunday.This time they had too many men on the field, taking them out of field-goal range in the final minute of a 14-13 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.Thats how 2-10 football teams play. They find a way to lose it in the end, coach Lovie Smith said. When you make dumb, stupid penalties like that throughout the game, it will bite you at the end, which it did.Andy Dalton shrugged off three first-half interceptions, and the Bengals (8-3-1) weathered 10 penalties and an ill-advised onside kick that cost them momentum after taking the lead in the second half to win on the road for the third consecutive week.The Bucs were flagged 13 times in their seventh straight home loss, and the last one was the most costly.Down by one point with 2:01 left, the Bucs drove with no timeouts left. Josh McCowns 29-yard completion to Bobby Rainey got them into Bengal territory, and McCown connected with Louis Murphy on a 21-yard gain to the Cincinnati 20 with 12 seconds left.As Tampa Bay scrambled to line up and spike the ball, an animated Bengals coach Marvin Lewis came off the sideline and threw the red flag to challenge the previous play.Officials initially announced the Bengals could not challenge, because coaches are not allowed to request any in the final two minutes. The replay official, however, had already decided to look at the play, and found the Bucs indeed lined up with 12 players.I should have just called timeout and made them look at it, Lewis said. Thatss a big, big miss.dddddddddddd We were trying to match up the personnel and there was one too many (Buccaneers).The ball was moved back to the 46, an additional 14 seconds were added to the clock, and Tampa Bay turned the ball over on downs.McCown, who completed 15 of 29 passes for 190 yards and one interception, said that the Bucs had an extra tackle on the field.We were in a bit of a muddle-huddle there, and guys were on and off, he said. Thats what hurts so much about the last drive. We felt like we did what we needed to do in the situation, but a penalty got us. And they got us all day.Dalton ran for a 5-yard TD in the second quarter, then threw 13 yards to A.J. Green to put the Bengals ahead 14-10 late in the third.But just as the Bengals looked as if they were taking control, Cincinnati tried an onside kick that Tampa Bays Orie Lemon not only recovered, but returned to the Bengals 31, but Tampa Bay settled for Patrick Murrays 42-yard field goal to pull within 14-13.Johnthan Banks intercepted Dalton on the first play from scrimmage and returned the ball 32 yards to the Bengals 9 to set up a field goal for a 3-0 lead. Another Cincinnati miscue — a penalty on defensive tackle Geno Atkins for grabbing McCowns facemask on a third-down sack — extended the drive Doug Martin finished with his TD run to put the Bucs up 10-0.It was the fourth time the Bucs have led at halftime in their past five games. They won only one of them.___Online:AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and http://twitter.com/AP_NFL ' ' '