Chris Davis

25 May 19
Archy Worldys

She was the prime minister with no patience for politics, which was responsible for the country's biggest political crisis in modern history. When she arrived, she was greeted by tabloids as the "new Iron Lady," Margaret Thatcher's natural successor, who would "reunite the Tories and trigger Brexit." She has mixed up both projects more than […]

25 May 19
A conservative view and Gateway

Ryan Sceviour just wants to play. Wherever his Calgary Stampeders coaches ask him to suit up, that’s where he’s going to go. During the 2018 Canadian Football League season, Sceviour was made inactive shortly before just about every game and was only actually in uniform for one — that being a Week 13 contest against […] …

25 May 19
Sullys Space

If you follow the NBA, you know that Lebron James is in the streets whoring himself out to try to get a few stars to join him (even though he said he was gonna take a backseat when it comes to recruiting players) so he can make his path to the Finals as easy as […]

25 May 19
Calgary Sun

Ryan Sceviour just wants to play. Wherever his Calgary Stampeders coaches ask him to suit up, that’s where he’s going to go. During the 2018 Canadian Football League season, Sceviour was made inactive shortly before just about every game and was only actually in uniform for one — that being a Week 13 contest against […]

25 May 19
Las Vegas Review-Journal
#gallery-1671946-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1671946-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1671946-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1671946-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask, left, of Finland, is congratulated by teammates following Game 4 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Eastern Conference finals against the Carolina Hurricanes in Raleigh, N.C., Thursday, May 16, 2019. Boston won 4-0 to advance to the Stanley Cup Final. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome) Boston Bruins’ Brad Marchand (63) takes a shot on goal while Carolina Hurricanes’ Jaccob Slavin (74) defends during the first period in Game 4 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Eastern Conference final series in Raleigh, N.C., Thursday, May 16, 2019. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome) Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask (40), of Finland, defends the goal against the Carolina Hurricanes during the second period in Game 4 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Eastern Conference finals in Raleigh, N.C., Thursday, May 16, 2019. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome) Boston Bruins’ Matt Grzelcyk (48) controls the puck against a chasing Carolina Hurricanes’ Sebastian Aho (20), of Finland, as Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask (40) guards the net during the second period in Game 4 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Eastern Conference finals in Raleigh, N.C., Thursday, May 16, 2019. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome) Boston Bruins’ David Backes, left, hugs Jake DeBrusk (74) following Game 4 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Eastern Conference final series against the Carolina Hurricanes in Raleigh, N.C., Thursday, May 16, 2019. Boston won 4-0 to advance to the Stanley Cup finals. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome) St. Louis Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington (50) and Robert Bortuzzo (41) celebrate after defeating the San Jose Sharks in Game 6 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Western Conference final series Tuesday, May 21, 2019, in St. Louis. The Blues won 5-1 to take the series 4-2. (AP Photo/Tom Gannam) St. Louis Blues left wing Sammy Blais celebrates after the Blues scored against the San Jose Sharks during the first period in Game 6 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Western Conference final series Tuesday, May 21, 2019, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson) St. Louis Blues center Robert Thomas (18) falls as he chases the puck with San Jose Sharks left wing Evander Kane (9) during the first period in Game 6 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Western Conference final series Tuesday, May 21, 2019, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Tom Gannam) San Jose Sharks right wing Joonas Donskoi (27), of Finland, passes the puck away from St. Louis Blues center Ryan O’Reilly (90) during the first period in Game 6 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Western Conference final series Tuesday, May 21, 2019, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Tom Gannam) St. Louis Blues center Brayden Schenn (10) scores against the San Jose Sharks during the second period in Game 6 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Western Conference final series Tuesday, May 21, 2019, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Tom Gannam) St. Louis Blues center Oskar Sundqvist (70), of Sweden; defenseman Colton Parayko (55); and Vladimir Tarasenko (91), of Russia, celebrate after the Blues scored a goal against the San Jose Sharks during the third period in Game 6 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Western Conference final series Tuesday, May 21, 2019, in St. Louis. The Blues won 5-1 to win the series 4-2. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson) Most of the country probably has grown tired of watching Boston teams win championships. But Las Vegas sportsbooks would love to see the Bruins defeat the St. Louis Blues in the Stanley Cup Final, which starts Monday in Boston. It would spare them a collective loss of more than $1 million. William Hill, South Point, MGM Resorts and Caesars Entertainment sportsbooks each face mid-six figure liabilities on the Blues, who were 300-1 long shots in January to win the Cup. “The liability is close to the Golden Knights last year,” The Mirage sportsbook director Jeff Stoneback said. “There’s no big bets, but lots at very big odds.” South Point sportsbook director Chris Andrews said he took about $1,000 in wagers on St. Louis at 300-1 odds, and a Caesars bettor placed a $400 wager Jan. 15 to win $100,000 on the Blues at 250-1 odds. “We definitely are Bruins fans,” Caesars risk manager Jeff Davis said. St. Louis was the worst team in the NHL on Jan. 3 before turning its season around during an 11-game win streak from Jan. 23 to Feb. 19. “They were dead last and made that magical run,” William Hill sportsbook director Nick Bogdanovich said. “People were on them early in the run and stayed on them and kept betting them. Hats off to the bettors. They smelled that one pretty good.” William Hill bettors placed the following futures wagers on the Blues: $50 at 300-1 to win $15,000 on Jan. 15; $100 at 200-1 to win $20,000 on Jan. 23; $2,000 at 40-1 to win $80,000, $2,000 at 35-1 to win $70,000 on Feb. 15; $2,000 at 25-1 to win $50,000 on Feb. 16; and $2,000 at 18-1 to win $36,000 on Feb. 17. Boston’s longest futures odds at William Hill were 15-1 in September. The Bruins are minus 150 series favorites over the Blues, who are plus 130. “It should be a really low-scoring series and a long series,” Davis said. “I would assume it will go six or seven games, and many of the games will be 2-1. There’s not going to be a lot of space out there. It’s going to be really physical. “I think the difference will be if the Blues can stay out of the penalty box. The Bruins’ power play this postseason has been out of this world. If they can stay out of the box, the price on the series seems like a good bet on the Blues.” St. Louis has won its past three playoff games and six of eight. Boston has won seven straight playoff games and 10 of 12. “It’s going to be a competitive series. Both teams are playing their best hockey,” Bogdanovich said. “I can’t wait to watch it. We’ve all turned into hockey fans because of the Golden Knights.” The Westgate sportsbook also is rooting for the Bruins. “The Bruins look awesome now, but who knows. They’re going to have an 11-day layoff, and you never know how that affects teams,” Westgate sportsbook manager Ed Salmons said. “It’s hockey. Anything can happen. The referee could make a stupid call. That’s the way game goes.” Contact reporter Todd Dewey at tdewey@reviewjournal.com. Follow @tdewey33 on Twitter. [rjtemplate class=”rj-isidebar3-elem”] Stanley Cup Odds posted at Westgate sportsbook Series price Blues +130 Bruins -150 Exact series result Blues win in four games 18-1 Blues win in five games 8-1 Blues win in six games 5-1 Blues win in seven games 6-1 Bruins win in four games 9-1 Bruins win in five games 4-1 Bruins win in six games 9-2 Bruins win in seven games 4-1 Conn Smythe Trophy Tuukka Rask -140 Jordan Binnington +225 Jaden Schwartz 12-1 Patrice Bergeron 12-1 David Pastrnak 14-1 Brad Marchand 14-1 Vladimir Tarasenko 40-1 Alex Pietrangelo 50-1 David Krejci 50-1 Ryan O’Reilly 100-1 Charlie Coyle 300-1 Oskar Sundqvist 300-1 David Perron 300-1 Tyler Bozak 300-1 Game 1 props Will Game 1 go into overtime? Yes +300 No -400 Will either team have three straight goals? Yes +170 No -200 Will the team that scores first win the game? Yes -260 No +210 Will the Blues or Bruins score in the first 10 minutes? Yes -110 No -110 Will the Blues score a goal in the first period? Yes -130 No +110 Will the Bruins score a goal in the first period? Yes -160 No +140 [/rjtemplate]
24 May 19
sweartotellthetruth

Swear to Tell the Truth for Tuesday, May 21st (10:00 to 12:00noon) Looks as though we might fill the morning slot in CFMU’s Tuesday schedule at least for a while.  We had technical difficulties related to a CD burner so some of our preparations for this particular show were unexpectedly last-minute. The program featured some […]

24 May 19
Chargers Brigade

  As we inch closer to the beginning of training camp some in-team competitions are starting to show themselves. Most notably, the battle for the WR3 spot. As it stands now, the Chargers have 10 wide receivers on their 90 man roster. I would expect the Chargers keep 5 of those receivers for their final […]

24 May 19
News Directory

North Lutheran is back on top, where Dakota has been for some time. Chris Rupard finished second in the 800 meters and Justin Saje completed a second and sixth in a pair of field events to lead Lutheran North to the Division 2-3-4 Championship at County County County's Track Invitational Invitational on Thursday. The Mustangs, […]

24 May 19
The United Free

British Prime Minister Theresa May announced Friday that she plans to step down from her post by June 7th, a move that has been called for by opposing parties and her own in the months following the controversial Brexit vote. Speaking in Downing Street, May said it had been “the honour of my life” to […]

24 May 19
News Directory

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. The first seven-game winner, Gio Urshela got a key hit set up by the New York Yankees beat the Tampa Bay Rays 4-3 on Friday night. The injury-filled Yankees Predictor Tightness. T Glasnow struck out nine in 5 1/3 innings. He was signled for a trainer after striking out. German allowed three […]

24 May 19
Saint Peter Antiochian Orthodox Church

May 26, 2019 Sunday of the Samaritan Woman After-feast of Mid-Pentecost This Sunday concludes the week which includes mid-Pentecost. The scriptures for that day make reference to the great and final feast and the Lord’s words concerning fountains of living water and the nourishment of the spirit. The episode of the Samaritan woman at Jacob’s […]

24 May 19
MLS from the Female Perspective

By Sylvana Budesheim // @WhiteZinWench Wednesday, May 22: 2-2 draw Who doesn’t love a midweek non-conference match-up that runs right up against evening rush hour? Okay, maybe not a lot of people. But I made the effort to see the New York Red Bulls take on the Vancouver Whitecaps. I just love me some “O Canada!” […]

24 May 19
Ottawa Sun

With all the talk about Dominique Davis and Jonathan Jennings being 1A and 1B on the depth chart and which one of them will be the starting quarterback for the Ottawa Redblacks this season, another guy thinks he should be in the mix. Danny Collins, the third-stringer much of last season, wants a shot to […]

24 May 19
WARR - We Are Regal Radio

Ball is not a bad option, but there are some things that need to be ironed out regarding this transaction for all parties involved.

24 May 19
FanBuzz - Sports News - NFL | NCAA | NBA | WWE

The NCAA may be the butt of many jokes and everyone’s enemy, but it’s not something to mess with. Southern Methodist University’s football program found that out the hard way in 1987 when they received the dreaded death penalty. And while the organization’s other penalties may not be as harsh, they do have lasting effects. […]