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Vancouver Broadway: Ray and Vancouver

vancouver broadway: But the 38-year-old Ray says he'll be more than ready Friday night when the Argos open the season in Regina against the Saskatchewan Roughriders.article continues below Trending Stories Last frights for Vancouver haunted house Vancouver photographer fights to keep lights on at Dunbar dark room Gangs of Vancouver Broadway to close this weekend for work at Broadway-Commercial Sky Train station The way we have practice here it's like a game for us every day, Ray said, according to Vancouver Courier. We're doing starting offence versus starting defence at full speed ... so the speed of the game is there. Ray didn't play in either of Toronto's two exhibition games as Argonauts head coach Marc Trestman gave youngsters McLeod Bethel-Thompson and James Franklin the starts. Obviously I'm not getting hit in practice. It's just getting hit a few times and then reacting to that. That's going to be the biggest adjustment going into a game. ( As reported in the news.