TORONTO -- Travis Lulay was voted the CFLs all-star quarterback Wednesday, leading a list of a league-high nine B. wholesale jerseys .C. Lions named to the all-star team. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers led the East Division with five players on the squad. The Montreal Alouettes were next with four selections, one more than the Calgary Stampeders. The Toronto Argonauts and Edmonton Eskimos were next with two players apiece while the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Saskatchewan Roughriders had one each. Edmontons Jerome Messam took one of the two all-star spots at running back, a day after the team announced he was done for the season with a knee injury suffered in the West semifinal. Montreals Brandon Whitaker was the other running back. The all-stars were selected by a combination of fan balloting, CFL head coaches, and the Football Reporters of Canada. Lulay, the West finalist for the CFLs outstanding player award, nabbed the one all-star quarterback spot ahead of Montreals Anthony Calvillo, the East nominee for outstanding player. The CFLs outstanding player awards are determined by different voters -- fans dont vote. Lulay completed 342 of 583 passes for 4,815 yards, 32 touchdowns and 11 interceptions during the season. Calvillo completed 404 of 654 passes for 5,251 yards, 32 touchdowns and eight interceptions. The 2011 Gibsons Finest CFL Player Awards will be handed out in Vancouver on Nov. 24. ------ CFL all-stars Quarterback -- Travis Lulay, B.C. Running backs -- Jerome Messam, Edmonton; Brandon Whitaker, Montreal. Centre -- Angus Reid, B.C. Guards -- Brendon LaBatte, Winnipeg; Dimitri Tsoumpas, Calgary. Tackles -- Josh Bourke, Montreal; Jovan Olafioye, B.C. Receivers -- Nik Lewis, Calgary; Jamel Richardson, Montreal; Geroy Simon, B.C.; Fred Stamps, Edmonton. Defensive ends -- Justin Hickman, Hamilton; Odell Willis, Winnipeg. Defensive tackles -- Aaron Hunt, B.C., Khalif Mitchell, B.C. Linebackers -- Chip Cox, Montreal; Solomon Elimimian, B.C.; Jerrell Freeman, Saskatchewan. Defensive backs -- Korey Banks, B.C.; Jonathan Hefney, Winnipeg. Cornerbacks -- Jovon Johnson, Winnipeg; Byron Parker, Toronto. Safety -- Ian Logan, Winnipeg. Punter -- Burke Dales, Calgary. Kicker -- Paul McCallum, B.C. Special Teams Player -- Chad Owens, Toronto. cheap jerseys . The star forward needed hospital treatment Sunday after taking a hit to his right knee from Marcus Kink midway through the third period. He stayed on the ice for several minutes before he needed assistance to leave. cheap nfl jerseys . Scott was at 10-under 132, while fellow Australian David McKenzie was in second after a 69 at Royal Pines. American Rickie Fowler, who began the day with a two-stroke lead, holed out with his approach on the first hole for an eagle, but things got progressively more difficult for him in swirling afternoon winds.MINNEAPOLIS -- Keeping things simple is working just fine for the Houston Rockets. Dwight Howard had 18 points and 15 rebounds, and the surging Rockets used a fourth-quarter push to hold off the Minnesota Timberwolves 107-89 Monday night for their sixth consecutive victory. Chandler Parsons had 20 points and James Harden scored 19 for the Rockets, who have won six straight for the first time since taking seven in a row in January 2012. All five starters scored in double figures for Houston, which has won nine of 11 and 14 of 18. "Its just not trying to make the spectacular play, giving up good shots for great shots, not forcing anything. Thats what weve been doing really good lately and its a lot more fun to play that way," Parsons said. "We have so many talented guys, we can be so balanced every single night." The short-handed Timberwolves do not have that luxury right now. Back after missing one game with a bruised left quadriceps, Kevin Love led Minnesota with 31 points and 10 rebounds. Chase Budinger had 15 points as a fill-in starter and Alexey Shved scored 11 off the bench for the Timberwolves, who have lost four straight and six of seven. Ricky Rubio, who had three straight games in double figures, including a career-best 25 points on Saturday, was 2 of 10 for seven points. Loves strong game -- including a career-best 23 first-half points -- was needed because Minnesota played without starting guard Kevin Martin (broken thumb) and centre Nikola Pekovic (right ankle bursitis). Timberwolves coach Rick Adelman also was absent due to personal reasons. He is expected back Wednesday. Assistant coach Terry Porter filled in for Adelman, but was left scratching his head. "Unfortunately for us, we couldnt make shots," Porter said. "Guys that normally make shots struggled. We had good looks, but just couldnt knock them down. On those misses, they ran out, got some easy baskets and extended the lead." After its 15-point lead had dwindled to four, Houston scored the first 11 points of the fourth quarter to push its cushion to 93-78. Parsons had a pair of fast-break layups and a dunk to spark the run. This time, tthe Rockets did not let Minnesota counter with a run, outscoring the Timberwolves 25-11 in the quarter -- Minnesotas lowest-scoring period of the year. cheap jerseys from china. "Its almost been like that three games in a row where weve been in pretty good position, either ahead or right within striking distance," Love said. "Then in those first few minutes the other team just gets off to a better start than you do and pushes the lead up. We just need to be better in the fourth quarter." Howard said the key surge came about because the Rockets slowed things down. "We didnt try to rush shots and rush down the floor and take bad shots. We took our time, shared the ball and got good shots," he said. "We do an excellent job of sharing the ball and finding an open man. When we do that its hard for teams to decide what theyre going to do, if theyre going to double out the posts or stay with the 3-point shooters. We just want to make teams make tough decisions on the floor." Down by nine at the break, Minnesota scored the first six points of the second half, but Patrick Beverley had five of his 14 points as Houston countered with a 12-0 spurt to extend its lead to 79-64. The Rockets then began to work the shot clock, but couldnt get shots to fall. Instead, a 12-3 run got Minnesota within four heading into the fourth quarter. Behind 10 points from Harden -- including a pair of 3-pointers -- Houston led 34-28 after one. Love had 17 points in the quarter, including 15 straight at one point for the Timberwolves. Houston had two dunks and a pair of layups as part of a 10-2 run that bumped the lead to 56-45 with 3:43 to play in the second. The Rockets led 67-58 at the break, the most points Minnesota has allowed in a first half this season. NOTES: The Timberwolves were 21 for 21 from the free throw line, but had no attempts in the fourth quarter. ... Houston, which averages an NBA-high 31.22 free throw attempts per game, had just 20. ... Minnesota starting forward Corey Brewer and centre Ronny Turiaf were a combined 3 for 8, scoring just seven points in 48 minutes. ... Houston is home Wednesday against Washington, its lone home game in an eight-game span. ' ' '