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11 Dec 18
DivineAim - The Ultimate Quest For Knowledge

It is the story of Krishna, the destiny’s child, born as the nemesis of brutal king Kans who had tormented the kingdom with his ruthless dominance. Growing up as a naughty prankster, Krishna from a very early age displays his valiant powers over the deadly demons send by Kans, whose frustrations grow as every death…

Gokulathil Kannan – Krishna aur Kans Tamil was originally published on Divine Aim

11 Dec 18
Sports Radio Service

Photo credit: @nbcbayarea By Jerry Feitelberg The San Jose Sharks continued to stay hot following a coaching staff reorganization, winning their fourth game of the last five against the New Jersey Devils Monday night at the SAP Center. Timo Meier scored twice and Radim Simek scored his first NHL goal to give the Sharks a […]

08 Dec 18
Liam Flaherty — Sports Journalism

AMHERST — Spurred by Ivan Chukarov’s first goal since the 2016-17 season, the Massachusetts hockey team stormed back from a 1-0 deficit in the third period and defeated No. 8 Quinnipiac on Saturday. With the Minutemen unable to find the back of the net for the first 45 minutes of action at the Mullins Center, […]

11 Dec 18
WGEH

TAMPA, Fla. — A game such as this highlights the disparity in talent between the hard-working Rangers and the NHL’s elite. For though the Blueshirts should be proud of the battle level and work ethic they displayed here Monday night, they just could not match the Lightning’s upper-echelon skill level in a 6-3 defeat to […]

11 Dec 18
Archy news nety

They are the Los Angeles Kings vs. the suddenly reviving Arizona Coyotes. The Yotes have won three in a row with their 6 & # 39; 6 "22-year-old goalkeeper Adin Hill The Kings counter with three wins in their last five and a Jonathan Quick shutout on Sunday. Tonight we are live again and there […]

11 Dec 18
PhillyLacrosse.com

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 12/10/18 From Press Release PHL17 is pleased to announce a Broadcast Partnership with the Philadelphia Wings Lacrosse team beginning with the 2018-2019 season. As a founding partner, PHL17 will serve as the exclusive television home for Philadelphia Wings Lacrosse, broadcasting all home games and a select number of away games. “PHL17 has a […]

11 Dec 18
NBA: The Jump Fanpage

Nick Young signs with Nuggets | Is Swaggy P a good fit in Denver? Nick Young has officially joined the squad.#MileHighBasketball pic.twitter.com/udxmXSiu9n — Denver Nuggets (@nuggets) December 10, 2018 “He’s a good fit anywhere he goes, but there’s a reason why he was unsigned as long as he was” – Shelburne Today’s Panel: First Half […]

10 Dec 18
Reina's E-Portfolio

Written for Sports Reporting… This is a game story written on game two of a double header between the Queens Royals and Limestone Saints in April of 2018. This is a simple game recap, demonstrating my ability to recount important details from a sporting event, express it concisely and clearly, and interview athletes and coaches […]

10 Dec 18
Sports Upstairs

GOOOOOOOOAAAAAALLLLLL(S)! While that use of the word may be slightly more exciting, I’m here to talk about the other type of goals – which ideally help lead one to the scoring type. Goals help athletes understand where they are, and where they are going. They provide direction and motivation on the way up the aforementioned […]

10 Dec 18
Twin Cities
The wait is over for Luke Kunin. The captain’s wait continues. Mikko Koivu worked out in the gym Monday but is sidelined day-to-day after absorbing a knee-to-knee collision with suspended Flames defenseman Mark Giordano in Thursday’s 2-0 loss in Calgary. Coach Bruce Boudreau was optimistic his versatile and durable two-way center might be available later this week during Minnesota’s four-game homestand, which starts Tuesday against the Montreal Canadiens. “That’s the way we look at it,” Boudreau said. “It’s nowhere near anything we thought. He’s working out hard right now. We’ll see how he goes (Tuesday).” Boudreau said the Wild were bracing for worse news, but the team feels like it dodged a bullet. “Hopefully,” he said. “When you first see it, you’re always wondering, but it’s day-to-day.” Kunin was called up from the American Hockey League Iowa Wild on Sunday night after scoring a goal and bagging two assists. The 2016 first-round pick (15th overall) is second on the Iowa Wild with eight goals among 15 points. Koivu’s loss is troublesome for a reeling team that has lost five of its past six games to tumble out of the playoff picture. He has only missed four games over the past four-plus seasons. Koivu, who sat out Friday’s 7-2 blowout loss at Edmonton, is tied for third on the Wild with 21 points. He is a mainstay on special teams who wins 56 percent of his faceoffs, the most proficient on the club. “Great on draws, that’s an underrated thing,” said linemate Zach Parise. “When you’re winning draws, you’ve got possession of the puck that much more. We’ll have to elevate. We didn’t see that in Edmonton.” The Wild suffered their ugliest loss of the season against the Oilers. Goaltender Devan Dubnyk was pulled for Alex Stalock after allowing three goals in the first 8:42. Over his past six starts, Dubnyk is 1-4 with a bloated 4.36 goals-against average and paltry .837 save percentage. Boudreau would not name his starter against Montreal, but he is adamant Dubnyk has to battle through his struggles. “Devan’s been the No. 1 (goalie) here for a lot of years and we know he’s great,” Boudreau said. “We know he just didn’t lose how to play in two weeks. So it’s something he’s got to work himself out of.” Meanwhile, Kunin is back in Minnesota later than he had planned. He tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee March 4 against the Detroit Red Wings and a month later had season-ending surgery. Kunin, who had two goals and two assists in 19 games as an NHL rookie, rehabbed all summer and reported to training camp but was unable to participate in full-contact workouts until the end of camp. When he finally was cleared to play, the Wild sent him down to Des Moines to get his legs back underneath him. Minnesota’s recent 13-5 stretch, which elevated the Wild at one point to second place in the ultra-competitive Western Conference, was fueled by balance play and health. Despite tearing up the AHL, Kunin was the odd-man out until Koivu’s injury opened up a spot. “It was hard to be patient with everything, but it’s nice to be on the other side of it now, said Kunin, 21. “I’m just happy to be back. I feel great. I really like where my game’s at. I’m looking forward to playing (Tuesday). “Definitely the most challenging thing I’ve gone through,” he added. “It’s been pretty smooth sailing until that injury happened. It definitely tests your patience, your character, your mental toughness. I think I came through on the other side a better person and stronger.” Kunin practiced at center on the Wild’s third line flanked by wingers Joel Eriksson Ek and Jordan Greenway, with whom Kunin is plenty familiar after playing alongside him on various U.S. national teams. “I feel like every team we’ve been on together we’ve been on the same line,” Kunin said. “Big body. Easy guy to play with and makes plays. And Eky’s a smart player as well. Hopefully we’ll find some chemistry.” Boudreau likes the youth and energy the younger players on that line can generate. “I found when I played, if I played with guys who are either called up or my age, I didn’t feel like I was intimidated by feeling I had to get guys pucks,” he said. “So it makes it a similar transition for him.” The Wild have been outscored 24-13 during their skid. Goaltending and defense have been porous. But the Wild continue to fall behind and struggle to play catch-up when opponents deploy a defensive dragnet. “We’d love everybody to start finishing right now,” said Boudreau. “We’re holding the stick so tight, it’s tough. Once you get a couple things will be better.”
10 Dec 18
thrivesrec

ASUU has made it clear that the current  comprehensive and indefinite and will remain like that until the government meets its demands. National President of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Professor Abiodun Ogunyemi, in this exclusive interview by Tribune’s TUNBOSUN OGUNDARE, speaks on reasons the ongoing industrial action by the union is inevitable […]

10 Dec 18
TC Sportz

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