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Love Ideas Creative and fun dating ideas
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# 28.11.2017 - 07:56:44

Price gives the Habs what they need, and not a moment too soon; Ovechkin is once again the league’s top goal-scorer, Taylor, Tyler, a couple of Vegas stars and more in Scott Cullen’s Statistically Speaking.
Carey Price – Montreal’s star netminder returned to the crease and stopped all 36 shots that he faced in Saturday’s 3-0 win over Buffalo; he had been out of the lineup for more than three weeks with a lower-body injury, and had a .867 save percentage in his previous eight starts.
Alex Ovechkin – The Capitals sniper notched a hat trick in Saturday’s 4-2 win at Toronto, giving him six points (5 G, 1 A) in the past five games, and he now has a league-leading 18 goals in 25 games.
Taylor Hall – New Jersey’s star winger tallied a goal and two assists in Friday’s 3-2 win against Vancouver, and added a goal and an assist in Saturday’s 4-3 overtime win at Detroit. He has nine points (3 G, 6 A) in the past seven games.
Tyler Seguin – The Dallas centre had a hat trick in Friday’s 6-4 win against Calgary, giving him six points (4 G, 2 A) in the past four games.
William Karlsson and Jonathan Marchessault – Karlsson scored two goals in Friday’s 5-4 win against San Jose then added a goal and an assist in Saturday’s 4-2 win at Arizona. He has recorded two points in five straight games. Marchessault notched a goal and two assists in both wins, giving him 11 points (4 G, 7 A) in the past five games.
Mike Matheson – Florida’s blueliner had a tough night (9 for, 27 against, 25.0 CF%, 1-11 scoring chances) and was on the ice for three goals against in Saturday’s 4-1 loss to Chicago.
Oscar Lindberg – The Golden Knights right winger has gone 10 games without a point, and struggled (12 for, 29 against, 29.3 CF%, 6-10 scoring chances) and was on the ice for three goals against in two Vegas wins on the weekend.
Kris Letang – The Penguins split two games this weekend, and their top defenceman spent too much time in his own end of the rink (24 for, 37 against, 39.3 CF%, 12-18 scoring chances) and was on the ice for three goals against.
David Perron – The Golden Knights winger was leveled by Sharks RW Timo Meier and forced out of the game Friday.
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# 28.11.2017 - 09:02:45

I am not sure why these New York Rangers continue to have those dreadful first 10-20 minutes out of the gate. There’s plenty of time in the first period to easily change the momentum of a game (more on that later, Mr. Kreider!) and nearly did the Rangers in Sunday. This team -- as I’ve said and will continue to say — is talented enough to handle those sleepwalking starts against worse-off teams, but they’re playing with fire to do it consistently. Especially with the brutal upcoming schedule. It just can’t happen, but we’ve been saying that for years.
There’s a lot of fight in this team, though. And if you’re going to blame Alain Vigneault for these lackluster starts (which you can and should) you have to give him credit for the team never panicking (which you can and should). After Michael Grabner scored the game-tying goal just 19 seconds into the third, Sam Gagner put Vancouver up again just 41 seconds later. That’s a back-breaking goal more often than not, especially since the Rangers needed to claw their way back into the game to get it there in the first place. For the Rangers to keep going to the well was good to see. And better that they actually got rewarded for it.
The Rangers still have a major offense problem, though. This week they got saved by Jesper Fast of all people, and Vesey Sunday afternoon, but outside of the power play, the only consistent source of offense at forward is KZB. Everything else is hit or miss, and that’s not a way to consistently win hockey games.
And yet, the power play hasn’t been all that great of late. Part of the reason is because Vigneault (or Scott Arneil) has adjusted Pavel Buchnevich away from the point and into the pivot slot. That’s not a great place for one of your better puck movers. Put Kreider there, who can simply rip shots and isn’t much help at moving the puck, but not Buchenvich.
Speaking of Buchnevich: He was easily one of the Rangers best forwards in this game. The past three or four games he’s gotten glorious chances and has been robbed. The goals are going to come for him. But how in the world does Grabner get a shift over him in overtime? How in the world does Mika Zibanejad only get one shift in overtime? I don’t love it, and that was about as bad an overtime as you can have without losing.
As much as Buchnevich has been good, that entire line works so well together. Kreider actually becomes a passing threat with the two of them because they’re threats to score or get into position to score. He’s benefited by being ignored as everyone worries about Zibanejad and Buchnevich crashing the net, which affords him space. And Zibanejad is good enough that he can make anything work. What a player the Rangers have in him.
Jimmy Vesey is a great depth player. I think he does just enough when he’s not scoring to make you notice him, and every now and again he’s going to pop in a goal or two (as seen Sunday). He’s not a guy who should be playing more than the top-six guys, though — Buchnevich included. Paul Carey and David Desharnais didn’t see the ice for most of the game, so it inflated everyone’s ice time, but I do think Vesey gets the benefit of the doubt from the bench boss more often than not.
That Rick Nash pass to Vesey for the game-tying goal is exactly what all the Nash haters don’t talk about when they talk about Nash. The pass form Kevin Hayes to Nash to make that pass? My word.
Henrik Lundqvist — who was brilliant again — apparently talked Vigneault into going second in the shootout. I have no earthly idea why Vigneault (who has the ultimate weapon in Lundqvist) always wants to go first. I guess he wants to be able to have Hank be the hammer at the end, but to me the hammer is having the killer shot to end things. Let Lundqvist put the pressure on them by making early saves.
OK so here’s my thing on momentum: I am a firm believer in momentum in hockey. Always have been. You can literally feel a game shift at times, and that feeling is momentum. During intermission, Chris Kreider — with one of the greatest quotes of all time — mentioned the “hot hand fallacy” and then said he didn’t believe in momentum. But then, he claimed the Rangers needed to “tilt the ice” in their direction. WHICH IS MOMENTUM. Full quote was: “Personally, I don't believe in momentum. Just gotta tilt the ice here, have a better second.” I will fight this fight forever, just so you know. This really has nothing to do with anything, just thought I’d throw in my two cents.
Those are a big two points for the Rangers, who are coming to the start of what’s going to be a difficult series of games. They get Florida and Carolina before going against Pittsburgh, Washington, New Jersey, Dallas, and Ottawa. It’s not going to be the easiest of months in December, so getting these points is critical, no matter how ugly the win might be.
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# 29.11.2017 - 02:25:59

Zuccarello schießt Rangers zum Overtime-Sieg gegen Detroit – Raffl verliert mit den Philadelphia Flyers ebenso wie Vanek mit den Vancouver Canucks New York – Die New York Rangers und Michael Grabner haben am Freitag in der NHL einen 2:1-Erfolg nach Verlängerung gegen die punktegleichen Detroit Red Wings gefeiert. Mats Zuccarello sorgte nach 37 Sekunden der "Overtime" für die Entscheidung. Für die Teams der zwei anderen Österreicher setzte es hingegen Niederlagen. Michael Raffl verlor mit den Philadelphia Flyers gegen Detroit nach 4:2-Führung mit 4:5 nach Verlängerung. Thomas Vanek ging beim 2:3 der Vancouver Canucks bei den New Jersey Devils ebenfalls leer aus. (APA, 25.11, 2017) NHL, Ergebnisse, Freitag: New York Rangers (Grabner) – Detroit Red Wings 2:1 n.V. Philadelphia Flyers (mit Raffl) – New York Islanders 4:5 n.V. New Jersey Devils – Vancouver Canucks (mit Vanek) 3:2 Minnesota Wild – Colorado Avalanche 3:2 n.P. St. Louis Blues – Nashville Predators 0:2 Vegas Golden Knights – San Jose Sharks 5:4 n.V. Anaheim Ducks – Winnipeg Jets 1:4 Washington Capitals – Tampa Bay Lightning 3:1 Buffalo Sabres – Edmonton Oilers 3:1 Columbus Blue Jackets – Ottawa Senators 5:2 Carolina Hurricanes – Toronto Maple Leafs 4:5 Dallas Stars – Calgary Flames 6:4 Arizona Coyotes – Los Angeles Kings 3:2 n.V. -
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# 29.11.2017 - 03:53:30

Your spouse/partner has never seen Star Wars
So, you decide to have a movie night with them, and you start off by watching the first one (not from real-life release date, but in terms of Episode number) – Episode I: The Phantom Menace.
At the end of the movie, they look over to you and say "I absolutely loved that Jar Jar Binks character! He’s just so funny and eloquent! He was like the best part of the movie!"
What do you do?—canuck89
I appreciate my spouse’s superb knack for satire. Look, I bet there’s a list of people on Earth—short, but it’s there—who think Jar Jar is funny. There ain’t a soul in this galaxy or any other who thinks he’s eloquent.
He is a Sith Lord, though.
What one thing about the Leafs organization, roster, management or play on the ice is really irritating to you? What about the NHL in general just makes you grind your teeth because it’s so obviously dumb and yet….?—KatyaKnappe
For the Leafs: transition play. The Leafs are capable of being damn near the best team in the NHL if they can get better at exiting their own zone and entering the other team’s. But that’s the trick, of course.
The NHL as a whole routinely drives me up a tree, but I’m going to take a freebie: they’re not going to the Olympics this year and it is both dumb and very frustrating. We could have something beautiful and now we won’t.
How does the ting go?
More serious question: After listening to our podcast, Gary Bettman was thoroughly impressed, and decides to give you unilateral power over the NHL for a day. Due to bureaucracy and lawyers, you can only implement three new rules in a day. One must be an in-game rule, one must be a CBA/cap rule, and one must be a totally minuscule rule that you will nonetheless argue has the potential to reshape the league. What are your new rules?—Arvind
In-game: I am increasing the net size. I have wanted this for a long time and I am not passing up an opportunity to implement it. MORE GOALS.
CBA/Cap: The cap is now a luxury tax. Why yes, I do like the idea of 3C John Tavares.
Minuscule rule: Any kicking motion to put the puck in the net is legal as long as the skate blade does not entirely leave the ice in the course of the kick. We’re pretty close to this anyway as the league has liberalized the kick-in rules to the point that no one understands them, but I think this would make net-front strategy more interesting. If you’re particularly good with your feet, do you let the d-man tie up your stick and focus on tipping it in with your foot? Will there be weird tripping penalties? Who knows?
And the ting goes skrrrraaaaaa
You are an evil alien parasite, totally not derived from Star Trek TNG, that is able to take over human brains. You manage to commandeer Admiral Quinn Mike Babcock and make adjustments to the below parts of the Leafs’ somewhat flawed game. What tweaks/wholesale changes do you make?
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# 29.11.2017 - 04:56:14

In the 2017 Rangers offseason Jeff Gorton bought out Dan Girardi’s contract. With Girardi’s contract off the books the spotlight shifted to Marc Staal and his $5.7 million cap hit. To many, it felt like the next scapegoat of the Rangers defense had been selected before the puck dropped on the new season.
It’s also important to point out that Staal received a lot of criticism for his play in the 2017 Playoffs, as a result there some speculation that his days in New York could be numbered. The rumors and criticism clearly reached the ears of the veteran defenseman.
“I got kind of sick of that kind of talk,” Staal told The Post back in October. “I’m not denying that there was a reason for it with the way the season ended for me, but I came into camp determined to let my play do my talking for me.
“It was tough. Of course there are going to be questions with the way we lost in the playoffs. Obviously I needed to be better than the way I played, especially in the Ottawa series. But I never thought I was done.”
Staal entered his 11th season with the Rangers with a bit of a chip on his shoulder. He admitted that all of the negative attention made him angry. Through the first quarter of the 2017-18 season Staal has been playing like a man who has something to prove. But has he done enough to cement his future with the Rangers?
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# 29.11.2017 - 07:14:04

The Stars are struggling on the road at 3-8-1 and the Golden Knights are soaring at home at 9-1-0. Dallas needs to fix its road woes soon with eight of the next 11 away from home. This also is a good chance to take a look at Vegas, which is off to the best start for any expansions team in NHL history.
There was a time when those two were supposed to lead the Stars for decades, but Neal was traded to get Alex Goligoski, and he has now landed in Vegas (after stops in Pittsburgh and Nashville) and is one of their top goal scorers. Neal has 12 goals and 7 assists for 19 points, including both goals in a 2-1 win over Dallas on opening night, while Benn has 11 goals and 10 assists for 21 points. In 19 career games against the Stars, Neal has 15 points (7 goals, 8 assists).
That's the scoring average for the Golden Knights, third best in the NHL. Vegas has 10 players with 10 or more points (the Stars have six). Former Stars players James Neal (19 points), Reilly Smith (19 points) and Cody Eakin (10 points) are a big part of the success
Dallas beat Calgary, 6-4, on Friday, and is 12-10-1, 3-8-1 on the road.
Vegas won 4-2 at Arizona Saturday and is on a five-game winning streak. The Golden Knights are 15-6-1, 9-1-0 at home
Ben Bishop is expected to start for Dallas. He is 10-7-0 with a 2.76 GAA and .907 save percentage.
The Stars lost to Vegas on opening night in Dallas, 2-1.Marc-Andre Fleury had 45 saves for the Golden Knights.
Defenseman Marc Methot is out for 4-6 weeks after arthroscopic knee surgery.
Stars defenseman Stephen Johns left the game Friday after a collision with the boards, but is expected to return tonight.
Vegas ranks third in goal differential at plus-0.73.
Dallas ranks sixth in power play success at 23.9 percent. Vegas is 19th on the penalty kill at 78.9 percent.
Stars forward Alexander Radulov as 18 points (7 goals, 11 assists) in the past 14 games.
Golden Knights forward William Karlsson has goals in five straight games.
Vegas forward Jonathan Marchessault was named the NHL's First Star of the Week Monday after tallying 3 goals and 6 assists in three games.
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# 29.11.2017 - 07:57:03

Ann Arbor, Mich. • Dwayne Haskins replaced injured star J.T. Barrett in the third quarter and No. 8 Ohio State rallied to beat Michigan 31-20, the Buckeyes' sixth straight win in the rivalry.
The Buckeyes (10-2, 8-1 Big Ten) head to the conference championship game next week to face No. 5 Wisconsin, with hopes of making the College Football Playoff. The Wolverines (8-4, 5-4) have lost 13 of 14 to Ohio State, including the last three with coach Jim Harbaugh.
Michigan was relegated to starting John O'Korn because Brandon Peters wasn't cleared to play after having a concussion and Wilton Speight is still out with cracked vertebrae. The fifth-year senior O'Korn simply didn't make the most of the opportunity, completing fewer than half of his passes. He threw an interception with about two minutes left and the Buckeyes ahead 24-20.
Mike Weber sealed it for Ohio State with a 25-yard touchdown run with 1:44 left.
Haskins, a redshirt freshman, was 6 of 7 for 94 yards and had a 22-yard run that set up J.K. Dobbins' 1-yard touchdown gave Ohio State a 21-20 lead late in the third quarter.
Barrett appeared to hurt his right knee on a run midway through the third quarter. He limped off the field and toward the locker room before returning to watch the rest of the game from the sideline.
No. 3 Oklahoma 59, West Virginia 31 • In Norman, Okla., Baker Mayfield threw for 281 yards and three touchdowns after being punished for directing a lewd gesture toward the Kansas bench last week, and Oklahoma routed West Virginia to maintain its momentum heading into the Big 12 Championship game.
Mayfield was stripped of his captaincy and starting job for the game, his final home game as a Sooner. He received the loudest cheers when the seniors were announced, then more loud cheers when he entered the game on Oklahoma's second possession.
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# 29.11.2017 - 08:45:11

The final victory of the weekend was the seventh straight success for Toronto, tying a franchise record. Their 16-4-0 record leads the AHL and provides them with a seven-point cushion at the top of the North Division.
Toronto’s record against divisional rivals improved to 11-1-0 and their current +30 goal differential and 1.85 goals-against-average lead the AHL in both categories.
Toronto’s penalty kill continues to prove ultra reliable, allowing just one goal against on the 20 occasions they went to work in the past five games. It’s now ranked second best in the league at 89.5% and also recorded its third shorthanded goal (tied for fourth best in the league).
The Marlies power play struck five times but still relied on moments of individual brilliance and also gave up shorthanded goals in consecutive games. Despite continuing to draw the most man-advantage opportunities in the league (114), Toronto’s power play is registering at 14.9% (22nd in the AHL).
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# 29.11.2017 - 09:36:40

Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have received nine R&D 100 Awards in recognition of their significant advancements in science and technology.
The honorees were recognized earlier this month at the 55th annual R&D 100 Conference, sponsored by R&D Magazine.
The awards are known as the “Oscars of Invention,” according to an ORNL news release. They honor innovative breakthroughs in materials science, biomedicine, consumer products and more from academia, industry and government-sponsored research agencies.
This year’s nine honors bring ORNL’s total of R&D 100 awards to 210 since their inception in 1963.
ORNL researchers were recognized for the following innovations:
‒ ACMZ Cast Aluminum Alloys were developed by a team of researchers from ORNL with Fiat Chrysler Automobile U.S. and Nemak U.S.A.
“ACMZ aluminum alloys are a new class of affordable, lightweight superalloys capable of withstanding temperatures of almost 100-degree Celsius more than current commercial alloys while providing exceptional thermomechanical performance and hot tear resistance,“the release stated.
Common commercial alloys soften rapidly at high temperatures, limiting their use in next-generation vehicles, while other alloys that can withstand elevated temperatures are cost prohibitive and difficult to cast. ACMZ alloys were developed using a suite of atomic-level characterization and computation tools, resulting in what the release called, “a strong, stable and versatile material capable of withstanding the stressful conditions of next-generation high-efficiency combustion engines.”
The development team includes ORNL team leader Amit Shyam and ORNL’s J. Allen Haynes, Yukinori Yamamoto, Dongwon Shin, Adrian Sabau, Lawrence Allard, Thomas Watkins, Wallace Porter, James Morris, Shibayan Roy, Philip Maziasz, Dana McClurg, Charles Hawkins, Patrick Shower, Brian Milligan; Fiat Chrysler’s Gregg Black, Chris Glaspie, Seyed Mirmiran, Yi Liu and Lin Zhang; and Nemak’s Andres Fernando, Jose Talamantes and Jose Alejandro Gonzalez.
Funding for this project was provided by the DOE’s Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Office, Office of Vehicle Technologies.
‒ Additively Printed High Performance Magnets were developed by a team of researchers from ORNL and co-developed by Ames Laboratory Critical Materials Institute (CMI), Magnet Applications Incorporated, Tru-Design and Momentum Technologies.
“Additively Printed High Performance Magnets are the first rare earth bonded magnets created using the Big Area Additive Manufacturing method, allowing for rapid production with no size or shape limitations and minimal material waste. In contrast to more common sintered magnets that require the application of very high pressure to chemically reactive materials, bonded magnets are less expensive and resource-intensive to produce,” the release stated.
The magnet feedstock blends a magnetic powder with a nylon polymer and the finished magnets demonstrate comparable or better magnetic, mechanical and microstructural properties than bonded magnets created with traditional injection molding methods. Using the BAAM system reduces energy consumption, lowers production costs and conserves rare earth elements, which are widely used in electronics and are mined and processed overseas.
The development team, led ORNL’s Parans Paranthaman, includes Vlastimil Kunc, Ling Li, Brian Post, Orlando Rios, Michael McGuire, Brian Sales, Edgar Lara-Curzio, Amy Elliot, all of ORNL; Ames CMI’s Alex King, Thomas Lograsso and Ikenna Nlebedim; John Ormerod and Robert Fredette of Magnet Applications Incorporated; Rick Spears of Tru-Design; and Preston Bryant of Momentum Technologies.
This project was supported by the DOE’s Critical Materials Institute, an Energy Innovation Hub funded by the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Advanced Manufacturing Office.
‒ Filler Materials for Welding and 3D Printing were developed by ORNL in collaboration with the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center.

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# 30.11.2017 - 02:10:06

Since Canadians and Americans share a border, it’s important for Americans to know and understand a little bit about their neighbors. From a national census conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau in 2012, of the 40.8 million immigrants that came to the U.S. in search of a better life for their children, eight hundred thousand Canadians accounted for 2 percent of that total population. And according to Statistics Canada, Canadian residents took almost twenty million overnight trips to the United States in 2010, up 11.1 percent from 2009.
In other words, Canadians and Americans cross paths on a daily basis, so knowing the character of the people north of your border can help you in a variety of ways. Maybe you want to take a trip up here or maybe you know a Canadian who’s new in town and want to know more about them. Whatever your reason, here are some of the most basic traits you should know about your Canadian neighbors.
1. We are polite and nice, to a fault: TOO TRUE
Canadians are notorious for their politeness and niceness. If you find yourself in a grocery store in Canada, the classic line you’ll hear from Canadians when they want to move through a tight aisle is “just gonna sneak past you there.” Sometimes, there’ll be enough room to fit two trucks, yet Canadians will still say “excuse me” to avoid alarming their neighbor casually looking at the canned goods section.
In fact, most Canucks are so polite that if you bump into one, they will probably apologize for standing in your walking space. When in doubt, Canadians err on the side of apologizing rather to avoid conflict.
For example, one time in seventh grade, in elementary school, I was leaving the school library with a group of friends. The library was a mess—chairs untucked, books haphazardly opened, garbage covering on the ground. So, as I leave the library with my friends, I bumped into a chair and, low and behold, I not only spoke to the chair, but apologized to the damn thing for being in my way.
As my story illustrates, Canadians will apologize to anything, even inanimate objects responsible for their pain. Even though my friends roared with laughter, one of them dared to admit to me that they, too, had apologized to a chair once. It’s a moment I’ve come to accept and laugh over, but I can safely say that although my apologizing-to-chairs days are well behind me, the willingness to apologize first in a conflict of interest is still ever-present and has kept me out of trouble in my relationships with others.
While the sheer amount of apologizing that Canadians do can get annoying, the tendency at least shows that Canadians are willing to apologize first in the event of a conflict. So, if you ever get into a fight with a Canadian, at least you know it will have a quick end, for the most part.
2. Canadians love poutine and maple syrup: TRUE
If you don’t, are you even Canadian? A delicacy perfected time and time again by the Québécois, Canadians love the gooey goodness of French fries covered in melted cheese curds and gravy sauce. I’m not ashamed to say that I’ve had poutine for breakfast, lunch and dinner, on separate occasions of course; it’s just that versatile of a meal. Poutine, a Québécois slang word originally meaning “mess,” is a fitting name for the dish! While there is difficulty in agreeing on an origin story for the unruly delight, most agree that the dish comes from the rural part of Québec rather than the city.
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# 30.11.2017 - 03:34:54

La présence du gardien des Oilers d'Edmonton Cam Talbot face aux Maple Leafs de Toronto est incertaine en raison d'une blessure au haut du corps.
L'entraîneur-chef Todd McLellan a annoncé que Talbot, qui a raté l'entraînement de mercredi, s'était blessé lors de la victoire en prolongation de l'équipe, mardi.
Talbot a repoussé 29 des 31 lancers dirigés vers lui, augmentant son pourcentage d'arrêts à 90,3% depuis le début de la saison. Talbot connaît un début de saison difficile, lui qui montre un dossier de 10 victoires contre 10 revers et une défaite en prolongation. Talbot affiche également une moyenne de buts alloués de 3,00 par match en 22 départs.
Tout indique que les Oilers se tourneront vers Laurent Brossoit si Talbot n'est pas en mesure de protéger le filet des siens. Les statistiques de Brossoit ne sont guère plus intéressantes lui qui présente un taux d'efficacité de 0,881 et une moyenne de buts alloués de 3,31. Il n'a toujours pas mérité de victoire en 6 matchs.
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# 30.11.2017 - 06:28:48

Vem är bäst av Connor McDavid och Sidney Crosby? Vilket lag har den fulaste loggan? Vilket lag är mest populärt i Sverige? Och vem är egentligen störst av Peter Forsberg, Mats Sundin och Nicklas Lidström?
Frågor man alltid har undrat över, men sällan har haft möjlighet att bena ut i någon större omfattning. Nu genomför därför, och CCM en NHL-undersökning för att få ett bättre grepp om NHL-intresset i Sverige.
Besvara frågorna här nedan och delta samtidigt i en utlottning av fem CCM-kepsar. Undersökningen pågår till den 8 december.
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# 30.11.2017 - 07:20:16

It's Friday, Nov. 24, and Holtmann is preparing for the sixth game of his Ohio State career. In a few hours, he's got Stanford. Holtmann is not oh-my-gosh-ing about his Buckeyes in this moment, though.
He's sitting in a multi-room suite that overlooks much of the scenic contrast of Portland's distinct landscape: chic urban streets clash with neo-hipster culture and an abundance of food trucks; hilly, high-forest vistas are backdrop to greater Portland's topography. The Willamette River splits the city into east and west. It's a sensational sight from the 22nd floor of the Hilton Portland Downtown.
Holtmann and his team finished film review earlier, followed by walkthroughs of their offensive sets in a bottom-floor ballroom at the hotel. The first-year Buckeyes coach allowed CBS Sports total access during the PK80 Invitational, college basketball's biggest early-season event over Thanksgiving weekend. But now the 46-year-old Holtmann has brought me up to his suite while he does some more game prep.
As we talk, Holtmann occasionally stops mid-sentence and chirps at the 65-inch television.
Butler's playing.
Those who still wear scorn on their skin have taken to calling him "Boltmann."
Holtmann is lampooned by some Butler fans after he left in the middle of June for one of the best jobs in the sport. Talk truthfully to other college basketball coaches, and you'll find there are few who wouldn't have done what Holtmann did if they were in his position. His Ohio State contract is for eight years and hovers in the range of $3 million annually. But in this era of social media, for a program that had lost four other coaches to higher profile jobs in the 2000s, those numbers don't take away the sting.
The backlash has bothered Holtmann in the months since he left. He tries to avoid checking his Twitter mentions. Someone sent a piercing piece of snail mail, shipping him an envelope with a $1 bill inside. As Holtmann peeks at his folder with prep for Stanford, he keeps an eye on Butler's game. He's downing Riesens while watching the Bulldogs play a close one vs. Portland State.
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# 30.11.2017 - 08:41:13

Mats Zuccarello might be the most tenacious player in the NHL, though he hardly looks the part. His curly, shoulder-length hair and disarming half-grin suggest that the winger is a laid-back type -- rather than the hard-nosed heart of the New York Rangers. Then there's his physical stature. At 5-foot-8 (he was listed at 5-foot-7 his first few years in the league) and 179 pounds, Zuccarello swims in his uniform like it's an oversized pair of basketball shorts and his dad's old sweater. That is especially apparent when he's tussling with a towering defenseman such as the Tampa Bay Lightning's Victor Hedman, which he did earlier this month, even goading the 6-foot-6 Hedman into some after-the-whistle shoving.
But consider how many obstacles Zuccarello had to overcome just to get here: Growing up in Norway, he was told he'd never make it as a pro. Scouts who saw him play in the Swedish Elite League believed he was too small for the NHL. Even after he signed with New York as a free agent in 2010, he wasn't a lock to make the Rangers' roster. When asked about Zuccarello's prospects during the winger's first training camp, then-Rangers general manager Glen Sather chuckled and, according to the New York Post, quoted a poem: "'Ten thousand Swedes ran through the weeds, chased by one Norwegian.' We'll see. He's in the same boat as everyone else."
Zuccarello is now the only Norwegian in the NHL, and he is his country's all-time leading scorer.
Consider also what Zuccarello has overcome since he arrived on Broadway: During Game 5 of the 2015 Eastern Conference quarterfinals, a slap shot off the stick of teammate Ryan McDonagh careened into Zuccarello's helmet. The winger was rushed to the hospital, where he was diagnosed with a fractured skull and brain contusion. He remained hospitalized for three days, lost feeling in his left arm and couldn't speak for four days.
"I still have effects from it," Zuccarello said. "My talking is a little bit off when I get tired or I talk fast. I kind of stumble on words. Some words are harder than others. It is what it is. I'm from Norway anyway, so they don't expect me to speak perfect English."
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# 30.11.2017 - 09:41:39

Every week, The Walking Dead’s very own Josh McDermitt, who plays Dr. Eugene Porter, is taking EW behind the scenes of the hit AMC horror series. For each episode, McDermitt will share his thoughts on what went down and what’s coming up, plus walk us through the ins and outs of the show. This week, McDermitt dives into “The King, the Widow, and Rick.”
“The King, the Widow, and Rick” was the sixth installment of The Walking Dead for this season. John Polson directed, with Angela Kang and Corey Reed on writing duties, and I must say I thoroughly enjoyed this episode.
Carl (Chandler Riggs) took off to find the guy he encountered in episode 1 while out with his dad. He found the dude, and his name is Siddiq. Siddiq (Avi Nash) told Carl a story about his mom killing the walkers to release their souls and Carl joined in the fun. It was nice of Carl; always the good guy. Siddiq seems like he’s an all right dude, but in this world, you never know. I will say something about him seems off…like his hair is parted on the wrong side or something. I’m sure we’ll get to the bottom of this guy in the coming episodes.
My favorite moment of the night was when Rosita (Christian Serratos) fired a bazooka at a Savior and blew him to bits. I was on set that day and remembered watching Christian grip this rocket launcher that weighed as much as she does and fire it off. I mean, I didn’t like the fact the Saviors lost another soldier (GO SAVIORS!), but it was still dandy to see that kill.
I like to go to the set and watch cool scenes in the episode. Anytime you can catch Danai Gurira in a sword fight you must drop everything and observe. She’s an artist with that katana and very enjoyable to watch. Plus, there’s tons of snacks on set, so…bonus.
I’m loving the fierce leadership Maggie (Lauren Cohan) is bringing to the table. I feel like she’s making sound, moral, and merciful decisions, but there’s a healthy dose of DON’T SCREW WITH MAGGIE. I love it. And for my money, there’s no better dynamic on the show right now than Gregory (Xander Berkeley) and “Margaret.” I could watch a whole season of those two going at it. It’s interesting to put yourself in the characters’ shoes and situation and ask, “What would I do?” Would I be like Jesus (Tom Payne) and not want to kill any of the Savior POWs? Would I be like Morgan (Lennie James) and lose my mind and want everyone dead? Would I get impatient like Michonne (Gurira) and Rosita and go off to end this thing once and for all? Or would I be like Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Tara (Alanna Masterson) who are also trying to end this thing by capitalizing on an opportunity to do some damage? It’s tough to say. Each character has a solid argument for their actions.
Even Rick going back to the garbage heap — I don’t know what is going on there or if it’s a part of the bigger plan, but I do know that Andrew Lincoln in his underwear, as we’ve seen in the preview for next week’s episode, and playing in the trash is doing nothing to help his nickname of Stinky Linky. Absolutely nothing.
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# 01.12.2017 - 02:57:37

The year 2017 was an eventful year across much of the world and google seraches proved to be a tumultuous one. Be it in the field of politics, technology, business or entertainment, the year offered us all possible sorts of highs and lows.
Now, as we all look forward to welcome a new year, let us take a look at some of the beautiful moments of 2017. And, photographs are the best way to cherish those moments. In today's generation, photography is considered to be one of the most fascinating forms of art. It helps a person to relive a moment from his past. This art form is not restricted to only professional cameras, people tend to shoot in their mobile cameras as well.
Social media has become one of the biggest platforms for all these aspiring and budding photographers where they can showcase their captured images. And, out of all those platforms, Instagram has turned out to be a treasure trove of talented shutter bugs.
In the waning hours of 2017, IBTimes Singapore brings you a series of Instagram images that took the limelight this year.
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# 01.12.2017 - 03:41:22

Henrico, Va. - The announcement came as a surprise to everyone except those closest to him. After 17 years, Patrick Kane stepped down as head coach of the Panthers on Wednesday, just days after falling to Highland Springs in the 5A regional final.
"You have so many years in your life, and there's some other things I'd like to pursue" Kane told Sean Robertson not long after the news broke. "There's no guarantees that I'll have those opportunities, but there are things I'd like to pursue."
Kane became the Panthers head coach in 2001, coming over from L.C. Bird where he was offensive coordinator. Before his arrival, the Hermitage program suffered through several mediocre seasons, but under Kane, they went 169-30, including making the playoffs in 14 of his 17 seasons.
The Panthers were 11-2 this year, the 8th time in the last 9 seasons they have won at least 10 games. The timing of his announcement, he hopes, gives the school time to find a replacement who will inherit a team that Kane believes will be well stocked to continue that success.
"My number one objective is to have Hermitage in good standing" Kane explained. "I know how important the off-season is for our program. If this [his resigning] was done at the end of the spring, it might put the program back a couple of years and I didn't want to do that."
In addition to the success on the field, Hermitage under Kane, has sent dozens of players on to continue their education and playing careers at every level of the college game. Some, like Seahawks offensive lineman Duane Brown, have made it all the way to the NFL.
"Every year, there's a re-evaluation process of what you want to do" Kane said. "The decision wasn't really made until we finished the season. I'm real excited about the program. We have excellent talent returning from our junior class."
"The future is bright."
Kane told his players of his decision during school Wednesday afternoon. Never an easy conversation, it was doubly hard on the players because there was no indication or rumor of anything happening beforehand.
"I don't know if anyone expected it" Kane said. "I'm not a gossip hound. I tried to tell the appropriate people correctly. My coaches knew [Tuesday] night. I told the players I would still be here for them. I told the seniors I will still help them accomplish their goals and told the underclassmen that I would always be here for them as well."
Kane has a Masters degree in administration, which keeps several options open to him for the future. "I haven't set one path or the other. I'd like to, in some form or fashion, continue coaching. I might take a year off to visit other programs which you can't do when you're coaching, and see how they do things."
Kane has two daughters in college and another who is a junior in high school. He admitted that the economics of his situation are always a factor in any career decision he might make.
"All they [his family] have known is me being the Hermitage football coach" Kane said. "When my oldest started kindergarten, I started at Hermitage. They love coming to our games. It's been a big part of our life. It was difficult, they didn't particularly want to hear it. But they know, it's time for Dad."
While the news is still new, this time of the year is when football winds down. When his decision might really hit home will be next spring when it's time to begin offseason workouts in earnest. Kane will be doing other things.
"I have some buddies with fishing boats" Kane said. "I'll be knocking on their door a little bit more. My girls were all athletes and I missed a lot of their events. Maybe I can focus on them more."
"I like to think of myself as a thoughtful person" Kane added. "I thought it out. This is good for myself, but Hermitage has an opportunity to take it to the next level and I wish them well."
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# 01.12.2017 - 04:38:36

Geordie Shore star Aaron Chalmers wants to take the scalps of CM Punk AND Baby Slice next year.
The reality TV star made the transition to mixed martial arts earlier this year and has two stoppage wins to his name.
And he wants to face the big names next year, including former WWE sensation and UFC fighter CM Punk and Slice, son of Kimbo Slice who passed away in 2016,
"It’ll be interesting to see if [CM Punk] has another fight early in the year. If he doesn't, I think Bellator might be looking to sign him. I'd love to do that fight later in the year," Chalmers told The Sun .
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# 01.12.2017 - 07:01:05

TORONTO -- Alex Ovechkin scored a hat trick to help the Washington Capitals defeat the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-2 at Air Canada Centre on Saturday.
His first goal was his 574th in the NHL, which broke a tie with Mike Bossy for 21st in League history. His third gave him 18 this season, which leads the NHL.
"Yeah, it's history," Ovechkin said. "To pass Mike Bossy, it's something special. My family is proud of me, but there's a long way to go."
[WATCH: All Capitals vs. Maple Leafs highlights]
Jakub Vrana scored, and Braden Holtby made 27 saves for the Capitals (14-10-1), who have won three in a row.
"I think we've been playing more of a game that we're going to find success with," Holtby said. "The third period today we might have to look at and figure out. We just kind of strayed away from what had brought us success, getting pucks deep and grinding teams, especially when we had the lead. We're trending in the right direction, though, and have some players who are putting good efforts in right now."
Jake Gardiner and Nikita Zaitsev scored, and Curtis McElhinney made 17 saves for the Maple Leafs (15-9-1), who are 1-2-1 in their past four games.
"That was a game that was very winnable for us," McElhinney said. "As a goalie you want to come up big and make a key save at a key moment and we just didn't get it tonight. So it's tough."
Ovechkin put the Capitals up 1-0 at 12:43 of the first period. He carried the puck through the neutral zone and got around Maple Leafs forward Leo Komarov, then skated into the zone, and, using defenseman Morgan Rielly as a screen, put a wrist shot from the top of the right circle past McElhinney's blocker.
"I thought he was 19 again," Capitals coach Barry Trotz said. "Hopefully he bumped his head and he can stay 19, I'll just keep telling him he's 19 or something. He was fantastic; when Alex is skating, he's a big, powerful man, and that shot, those things explode off his stick."
Capitals forward T.J Oshie, who had three assists, said he could tell early on that Ovechkin was going to have an impact.
"When Big 8 is going, he pulls the team with him," Oshie said. "When you see him out there working hard, it wasn't only the goals, he was forechecking, hitting, when he does all that, there's not many guys in the world who can keep up."
The Capitals went up 2-0 when Ovechkin scored a power-play goal with 47 seconds left in the first period. Oshie won the face-off, and Ovechkin one-timed a shot from the slot.
"I actually liked us," Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock said. "We were down 2-0 after one but we'd given up not very much. I thought we played good."
Vrana scored at 11:02 of the second period to make it 3-0. He skated by defenseman Nikita Zaitsev in the neutral zone and carried the puck in on a breakaway before beating McElhinney with a shot to the blocker side.
Jake Gardiner scored at 1:24 of the third period with a shot from the point past Holtby's glove to make it 3-1. Zaitsev made it 3-2 at 6:09 when he carried the puck in from the blue line and had his centering pass bank off Holtby's stick over his right shoulder.
Ovechkin scored into an empty net with nine seconds left.

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# 01.12.2017 - 07:41:50

Editor’s note: Throughout November, the Pucks and Recreation staff will alphabetically recount every state’s most memorable all-round hockey calendar year. The final installment of the five-part series covers South Dakota through Wyoming. In descending priority, we will take into account achievements by major professional, college, minor professional and junior teams plus players born or raised in a given state.
South Dakota: 2010
In their only championship campaign to date, the Rapid City Rush clinched all three series at home. They sweetened the ride by finishing two of those sets on an overtime goal.
The two-year-old franchise clinched its first series with a 7-6 sudden-death decision versus Missouri. It improved to 2-0 in overtime and 5-0 all-time in the postseason by bumping Bossier-Shreveport, 5-4, to open the semifinals.
The Mudbugs flexed enough formidability to break Rapid City’s perfection. But the Rush ran away with Game 7, stamping their passport to the Central League final. There they won their fourth and fifth overtime tilts, including a 4-3 Game 6 thriller to finish the Allen Americans. – Al Daniel
Tennessee: 2017
The Nashville Predators leaped into the national spotlight this year when they reached the Stanley Cup Final. Their unique traditions and fan support struck a chord with NHL enthusiasts everywhere. Many of the eliminated teams’ fan bases got behind them late in the run.
Expectations were high entering 2016-2017, as Nashville banked on a bevy of young talent and new blue-line anchor P.K. Subban. The Predators had an initially harder time fulfilling those predictions, but saved their best for the spring.
Upon eking into the playoffs, Nashville swept Chicago in the first round, then upset St. Louis en route to their first conference final. A subsequent series win over Anaheim gave the franchise its first Campbell Bowl. – Zach Green
Texas: 1999
The Turner Cup and the Stanley Cup have both gone to a Lone Star State team but once. Those titles came two weeks apart.
On June 5, 1999, the Houston Aeros edged the Orlando Solar Bears, 5-3, in Game 7 on home ice. It was their second straight winner-take-all triumph, following a 4-1 thumping of the incumbent champion Chicago Wolves.
As it happened, the night before Houston’s clincher, the Dallas Stars nabbed their own 4-1, penultimate-round Game 7 victory. Upon ousting Colorado, the repeat President’s Trophy winners carried on with unfinished business. They made their last checkmark in Buffalo on June 19 (technically the wee hours of June 20). – A.D.
The Salt Lake Golden Eagles had previously aggregated five playoff titles in the Central and International Leagues. But only the 1996 Grizzlies had to win four rounds to bring Utah a title.
The opening series constituted a rematch of the previous Turner Cup championship, which the Grizzlies won while representing Denver. The Kansas City Blades nearly had their redemption, but Utah won back-to-back elimination games in the best-of-five set. From there, the Grizzlies took another do-or-die contest against Peoria, upset Las Vegas in six and swept Orlando.
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