Wagner

24 Feb 19
Edmonton Sun

If there was one player you would think the NHL might want to cut a break, it is Connor McDavid. He is a poster boy for their brand, the best player in the world, never complains about having to play in a garage league, zero history of anything even remotely dirty, and on the Nick […]

24 Feb 19
The Opera Scribe

Opera seria in 3 acts Composer: George Frideric Handel Libretto: Cardinal Vincenzo Grimani First performed: Teatro San Giovanni Grisostomo, Venice, 26 December 1709 For many people, Handel is Baroque opera: musical and scenic spectaculars based on classical myth, medieval romance, or history, with castrati singing elaborate, highly ornamented da capo (A-B-A) arias. Haydn hailed him […]

24 Feb 19
National Post

TEANECK, N.J. — Darnell Edge had 22 points as Fairleigh Dickinson beat Wagner 74-66 on Saturday. Edge hit 4 of 6 3-pointers. Jahlil Jenkins had 15 points and six rebounds for Fairleigh Dickinson (15-13, 10-6 Northeast Conference). Kaleb Bishop added 11 points. Mike Holloway Jr. had 11 points and seven rebounds for the home team. […]

24 Feb 19
Women’s Shoes

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24 Feb 19
The baseball bats fanatic

Center fielder Aaron Hicks and reliever Dellin Betances represent a pair of the Yankees’ best soon-to-be free agents, but it’s possible the team will prevent them from reaching the open market next winter. The club has “broached” contract extensions with Hicks and Betances, James Wagner of the New York Times reports. It’s unclear whether the […]

24 Feb 19
National Post

ST. LOUIS — Sammy Blais scored in the sixth round of the shootout to lift the St. Louis Blues to a 2-1 victory over the Boston Bruins on Saturday. Alexander Steen scored in regulation for St. Louis, which had a franchise-record 11-game winning streak snapped on Thursday in Dallas. Jordan Binnington stopped 31 shots through […]

23 Feb 19
BLACK N GOLD HOCKEY PODCAST

Photo Courtesy Of NESN.com By: Garrett Haydon | Follow Me On Twitter @thesportsguy97 Pre-Game Notes Arena: Enterprise Center, St. Louis, Missouri Home: St. Louis Blues (32-23-5) Away: Boston Bruins (36-17-8) St. Louis’s Lineup Forwards Schwartz-O’Reilly-Tarasenko Thomas-Bozak-Maroon Steen-Sundqvist-Blais MacEachern-Barbashev-Fabbri Defense Edmundson-Pietrangelo Bouwmeester-Parayko Dunn-Bortuzzo Goalies Binnington Allen Boston’s Lineup Forwards Marchand-Bergeron-Heinen DeBrusk-Krejci-Kuhlman Cehlarik-Coyle-Backes Kuraly-Acciari-Wagner Defense Chara-McAvoy Krug-Carlo […]

23 Feb 19
Boston Herald
ST. LOUIS —The Bruins fell just short of perfection on their five-game road trip, but nine out of 10 points isn’t bad. The B’s had their seven-game win streak snapped in a 2-1 shootout loss to the St. Louis Blues Saturday at the Enterprise Center. Tyler Bozak and Sammy Blais beat Tuukka Rask while Charlie Coyle was able to extend it, but Danton Heinen missed the net on the B’s final chance on Jordan Binnington. The Bruins extended their point streak to 13 games. Their last regulation loss was Jan. 19. The B’s were very sloppy in the first period and were lucky to come out of it with just a 1-0 deficit. Their passes were often off the mark, leading to unforced icings. But at 7:15, they paid for a bad pass with more than a defensive zone draw. Peter Cehlarik, back in the lineup after missing two games with a lower body injury, had his neutral zone feed picked off by Alexander Steen, who turned it back up ice, played a little give-and-go with Oskar Sundqvist and buried a mid-range wrister past Rask. They got a power-play with 1:44 left in the first period, but the Blues never let them set up for anything and, with 31 seconds left in the period, Torey Krug took a tripping penalty to nullify the advantage. Before the period was out, the Blues nearly doubled the lead when Ryan O’Reilly fed Vladimir Tarasenko, who chipped t off the post in the waning seconds. But the B’s rebounded in the second period, killing off the balance of the Blues’ power play and then evening the game at 5:12. Kevan Miller took a feed from Krug inside his own blue line and carried the puck all the way into the offensive zone on his weak side up the left wing. The Blues had somehow completely lost coverage on Chris Wagner on the right wing. Miller hit him with the pass and Wagner buried his ninth of the year. Both teams had sparkling chances to take the lead. On a Blues power-play, Steen broke in with Ivan Barbashev on a quick 2-on-0, but Charlie McAvoy made a great diving breakup of Steen’s pass attempt to Barbashev. Then on a terrific shift from the new third line, David Backes appeared to have a wide open net but goalie Jordan Binnington just got his glove on it to deflect it out of play. Backes had another chance after that whistle but was too deep on the right side to be able to hit the half open net. The B’s had to kill a Brad Marchand penalty, but once they did that they went right back to controlling the play. Binnington, however, kept the game even going into the third.
23 Feb 19
NESN.com

[nesn_embed service=dailymotion src=”https://www.dailymotion.com/embed/video/x6wpqrv” width=”480″ height=”270″] For the second straight game, the Boston Bruins needed a shootout to decide who would come away victorious. Unfortunately, Saturday’s outcome was not the same as Wednesday’s for Boston thanks to Sammy Blais’ sixth-round shootout goal to give the St. Louis Blues a 2-1 victory at Enterprise Center. This was […]

23 Feb 19
Tnewst

Jesse D. Garrabrant/Getty Images Atlanta Hawks Star Prospects: John Collins; Trae Young Other Notable Players: Kevin Huerter; Omari Spellman Schedule the Hawks for entry into the next tier in T-minus, oh, by-the-start-of-next-season. John Collins is coming for stardom in an Eastern Conference begging for new members, pre-Kevin Durant and Anthony Davis joining the Knicks, of course. Defense remains […]

23 Feb 19
Social-Justice

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities February 21, 2019 By Kyle Hayes https://goo.gl/Uh5F87 With the Trump Administration re-approving Kentucky‘s Medicaid waiver that takes Medicaid coverage away from people not meeting work requirements, a group of health care providers and advocates has filed an amicus brief to explain the harm of this policy. The brief from […]

23 Feb 19
Toronto Sun

DUNEDIN, Fla. – The latest step in the Blue Jays’ massive rebuild got underway here on Saturday afternoon with the opening of Grapefruit League play. But unless you were among the 5,040 at Dunedin Stadium on a hot Florida afternoon, you had no way of seeing it. Same goes for Sunday’s game in Sarasota where […]

23 Feb 19
South County News

By Sue Moore This crazy weather brings lots of challenges for each of us. A special one was brought to my attention by Nancy Glass. She is a resident of Cedar Park in Schoolcraft which is a group of apartments for seniors, based upon income or disability factors. There are 22 apartments and no garages, […]

23 Feb 19
National Post

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — While looking ahead to his first game against Michigan State, Michigan freshman Iggy Brazdeikis was asked if there were any moments in the rivalry from years past that stood out to him. “I just remember when Nik (Stauskas) — there was an away game in 2014 — when he, like, blew […]

23 Feb 19
RD science reports

N-paper N29E  by Herb Zinser translates newspaper articles and other news events . Newspapers use various levels of English language; thus it is up to the older and wiser newspaper reader to use his math and science background to translate and understand the multi-faceted PRINT message .  This news analysis  report by Herb Zinser looks […]