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Hustler & Lawless at News Café today

It's "Game On" at the Winnipeg Free Press News Café today.

Hustler & Lawless, the drive-home show on TSN 1290, featuring Winnipeg Free Press sports columnist, Gary Lawless, and Andrew "Hustler" Paterson, will descend upon the café from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. today.

Sports fans, and Jets fans in particular, are invited to come down to 237 McDermot Ave, and put questions to the pair, just four days before the Jets start their season at the MTS Centre against the Ottawa Senators.

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It's "Game On" at the Winnipeg Free Press News Café today.

Hustler & Lawless, the drive-home show on TSN 1290, featuring Winnipeg Free Press sports columnist, Gary Lawless, and Andrew "Hustler" Paterson, will descend upon the café from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. today.

 Hustler (left) and Lawless will be at cafe today.

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Sports fans, and Jets fans in particular, are invited to come down to 237 McDermot Ave, and put questions to the pair, just four days before the Jets start their season at the MTS Centre against the Ottawa Senators.

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