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TORONTO – Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Dave Nonis was not consumed this past summer with the stinging string of moments that led to his teams demise on that fateful night in Boston last May. http://www.cheapnfljerseys2017.us.com/NBA-JERSEYS_PHOENIX-SUNS-JERSEY.html . “I spent a lot more time thinking about the fact we proved to ourselves we can compete with that team,” Nonis said at the outset of training camp on Wednesday morning. “Youre not forgetting what happened, but I havent spent, literally five minutes thinking about it. Its dwelling on a negative that I think we shouldnt dwell on. We should dwell on the opposite: that were not where we need to be, but were a lot closer than we were 24 months ago.” Gone is the cloud of a nine-year playoff absence and all the lingering disappointment and failures it brought with it. In this fall comes a Leafs team that will aim for another rung on the ladder, a belief that the success attained in lockout 2013 was just one incremental step toward a far greater goal. “Our expectations have gone up,” Leafs coach Randy Carlyle bellowed shortly after Nonis. “Everything cant stay the same …We have to push for a higher level, if its compete, if its efficiency, if its skill, desire, all those words that you want to use, were going to have to push for more. This group has got to be prepared to give us more than they gave us last year and weve got to do it over an 82-game schedule.” That will mean another step forward from the recently inked Nazem Kadri, the still unsigned Cody Franson, and James van Riemsdyk, who thrived with a veteran know-how in the postseason. More will be asked of Jake Gardiner, who struggled last year post-concussion and yet went on to wreak havoc when he entered the lineup against the Bruins. More will be demanded from James Reimer as he attempts to fight off Jonathan Bernier for the number one gig in goal. More might even be expected of Phil Kessel, the now 26-year-old rising to new heights opposite his former team following another regular season amongst the NHLs scoring leaders. “We want to make sure that we build off the things that we created last year,” said Carlyle. Preferring to focus on the long-awaited march into the postseason and near knockout of the Bruins – and not the untimely Game 7 unraveling – Nonis hopes that his team gleaned a belief that it could compete with the very best the league has to offer, that the assembled collection was capable of chasing down a team of Bostons caliber and very nearly toppling such a giant. “It allowed them to believe in themselves,” Nonis stated of last years group, which included 14 players appearing in their first postseason game. “Until you actually go out there and do it I dont think you can honestly say that we did believe, but they learned to [believe].” “We feel we can compete with those teams,” he continued. “Bostons a pretty good hockey team. They went right to the very end [losing in the Stanley Cup final]. We can learn some lessons from them too. We want to become a team ultimately that can compete for a championship. Were not there yet. There are lessons to be learned. We hopefully learned some right there and theres a lot more along the way that were going to have to pick up and figure out if we want to become one of those teams.” While Nonis says that he was not consumed from the perils of Game 7, including the fall from a 4-1 third period lead, he does concede to thoughts of what mightve been. Analyzing the series in its entirety, those thoughts continued to hover back to the series opener, a one-sided 4-1 beat-down, “the biggest lesson of all for our group”. “We really felt and our players felt that they were prepared for it,” said Nonis of the loss, which saw many Leafs dazed in the headlights of postseason hockey. “But watch that tape and we werent.” A different team emerged in Game 2, one that swiped a 4-2 victory from the Bruins in the hostile confines of TD Garden, a match that was highlighted by Carlyles creative approach to freeing Phil Kessel from Zdeno Chara, the former rising with an increasingly dominant performance against a former team. And from there the series tightened to the end points of Game 7. “Players that maybe dont back-check as hard on a regular basis began to do it,” Nonis recalled of the shift in tone versus the Bruins. “Collectively we pushed them to do things that they hadnt normally done and it allowed us to have a little bit of success.” For Carlyle, the lesson moving forward lies in accountability. “There are growing pains that take place in team sports and we experienced one of them,” he said of the momentous defeat. “But were responsible for that. Were not shying away from it. As a coaching staff, we have to take our fair share of responsibility for that also and weve done that. Were not putting our players out on an island and saying ‘You shouldve did this and you shouldve did that.Were putting ourselves in the same boat and saying ‘We shouldve done some things, we had a chance to do some things that we shouldve initiated, we shouldve been the stimulus. Thats all part of it. “Thats the way this group is going to take the step forward is we accept responsibility for our actions, try to learn from them as much as possible and attack the next one straight on.” “…when youre in a position where there is no turning back, you learn a lot about people,” Nonis added. “You learn a lot about what theyre going to do and how theyre going to compete and if theyre people you want to keep around.” Gone are Mikhail Grabovski, Clarke MacArthur, Matt Frattin, Ben Scrivens and Ryan OByrne, replaced by an infusion of postseason fortitude in the form of Dave Bolland and David Clarkson, the former capturing the Cup with the Blackhawks, ultimately topping those very same Bruins with the shocking winner in Game 7. Additionally added from the Kings is increased strength in goal with Bernier. “I think when you bring players in that have gone through that and have won, that have gone through the adversity to win a championship, they can pass on a lot to the players around them,” said Nonis, stressing Bollands run with Chicago this past spring and once previously in 2010. The Leafs hope that the added know-how of Bolland and Clarkson, Berniers predicted ascension, and continued growth from a stock of young talent will initiate another step forward in the building process. But they know theyll need even more. “In our opinion, weve taken some significant steps forward,” concluded Nonis. “We still believe as a group that we have a lot to learn and a lot to do. And its only to get harder, its not going to get easier for us.” http://www.cheapnfljerseys2017.us.com/NIKE-NFL-JERSEYS_PHILADELPHIA-EAGLES-JERSEY.html . -- Yogi Ferrell orchestrates pretty much everything in Indianas offence. Cheap NFL Jerseys China . The defending champion beat Gael Monfils of France 7-6 (6), 6-3, while second-seeded Andy Murray of Britain dispatched Edouard Roger-Vasselin, also of France, 6-3, 6-3. Making his first appearance since injuring his wrist a month ago, Del Potro had difficulty with his service games in the first set. http://www.cheapnfljerseys2017.us.com/NBA-JERSEYS_MILWAUKEE-BUCKS-JERSEY.html . Each of Houstons starters scored in double figures as the Rockets improved to 2-0 against the Spurs this season, with both victories coming on the road. They also moved within 3 1/2 games of San Antonio (22-7) for the lead the Southwest Division. Sri Lanka fast bowler Suranga Lakmal has been fined 50% of his match fee for an incident involving Zimbabwe opener Chamu Chibhabha during Mondays washout. According to an ICC release, Lakmal dangerously threw the ball back at Chibhabha at the strikers end in the second over of play, in breach of article 2.1.1 of the ICC code of conduct.In addition to the fine, Lakmal was handed two demerit points; a player who gets four demerit points in a 24-month period will receive a ban of one Test, or two ODIs, or two T20s, based on his teams schedule.The incident happened during the second over of the match when Lakmal dangerously threw the ball back at Zimbabwe opener Chamu Chibhabha at the strikers end when the batsman had sttayed in his crease after playing a shot and was not attempting a run, the ICC release said. http://www.cheapnfljerseys2017.us.com/NHL-JERSEYS_MINNESOTA-WILD-JERSEY.html. The throw missed the batsman and went to the wicketkeeper, but such a reaction from the bowler was deemed as contrary to the spirit of the game.Only 13.3 overs were possible in the game, due to rain, after which the charged was levelled against Lakmal by the four officiating umpires, Michael Gough, Langton Rusere, Richard Illingworth and Jeremiah Matibiri. Lakmal pleaded guilty, and accepted the sanction proposed by match referee Javagal Srinath, meaning there was no need for a hearing. Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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TORONTO – Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Dave Nonis was not consumed this past summer with the stinging string of moments that led to his teams demise on that fateful night in Boston last May. http://www.cheapnfljerseys2017.us.com/NBA-JERSEYS_PHOENIX-SUNS-JERSEY.html . “I spent a lot more time thinking about the fact we proved to ourselves we can compete with that team,” Nonis said at the outset of training camp on Wednesday morning. “Youre not forgetting what happened, but I havent spent, literally five minutes thinking about it. Its dwelling on a negative that I think we shouldnt dwell on. We should dwell on the opposite: that were not where we need to be, but were a lot closer than we were 24 months ago.” Gone is the cloud of a nine-year playoff absence and all the lingering disappointment and failures it brought with it. In this fall comes a Leafs team that will aim for another rung on the ladder, a belief that the success attained in lockout 2013 was just one incremental step toward a far greater goal. “Our expectations have gone up,” Leafs coach Randy Carlyle bellowed shortly after Nonis. “Everything cant stay the same …We have to push for a higher level, if its compete, if its efficiency, if its skill, desire, all those words that you want to use, were going to have to push for more. This group has got to be prepared to give us more than they gave us last year and weve got to do it over an 82-game schedule.” That will mean another step forward from the recently inked Nazem Kadri, the still unsigned Cody Franson, and James van Riemsdyk, who thrived with a veteran know-how in the postseason. More will be asked of Jake Gardiner, who struggled last year post-concussion and yet went on to wreak havoc when he entered the lineup against the Bruins. More will be demanded from James Reimer as he attempts to fight off Jonathan Bernier for the number one gig in goal. More might even be expected of Phil Kessel, the now 26-year-old rising to new heights opposite his former team following another regular season amongst the NHLs scoring leaders. “We want to make sure that we build off the things that we created last year,” said Carlyle. Preferring to focus on the long-awaited march into the postseason and near knockout of the Bruins – and not the untimely Game 7 unraveling – Nonis hopes that his team gleaned a belief that it could compete with the very best the league has to offer, that the assembled collection was capable of chasing down a team of Bostons caliber and very nearly toppling such a giant. “It allowed them to believe in themselves,” Nonis stated of last years group, which included 14 players appearing in their first postseason game. “Until you actually go out there and do it I dont think you can honestly say that we did believe, but they learned to [believe].” “We feel we can compete with those teams,” he continued. “Bostons a pretty good hockey team. They went right to the very end [losing in the Stanley Cup final]. We can learn some lessons from them too. We want to become a team ultimately that can compete for a championship. Were not there yet. There are lessons to be learned. We hopefully learned some right there and theres a lot more along the way that were going to have to pick up and figure out if we want to become one of those teams.” While Nonis says that he was not consumed from the perils of Game 7, including the fall from a 4-1 third period lead, he does concede to thoughts of what mightve been. Analyzing the series in its entirety, those thoughts continued to hover back to the series opener, a one-sided 4-1 beat-down, “the biggest lesson of all for our group”. “We really felt and our players felt that they were prepared for it,” said Nonis of the loss, which saw many Leafs dazed in the headlights of postseason hockey. “But watch that tape and we werent.” A different team emerged in Game 2, one that swiped a 4-2 victory from the Bruins in the hostile confines of TD Garden, a match that was highlighted by Carlyles creative approach to freeing Phil Kessel from Zdeno Chara, the former rising with an increasingly dominant performance against a former team. And from there the series tightened to the end points of Game 7. “Players that maybe dont back-check as hard on a regular basis began to do it,” Nonis recalled of the shift in tone versus the Bruins. “Collectively we pushed them to do things that they hadnt normally done and it allowed us to have a little bit of success.” For Carlyle, the lesson moving forward lies in accountability. “There are growing pains that take place in team sports and we experienced one of them,” he said of the momentous defeat. “But were responsible for that. Were not shying away from it. As a coaching staff, we have to take our fair share of responsibility for that also and weve done that. Were not putting our players out on an island and saying ‘You shouldve did this and you shouldve did that.Were putting ourselves in the same boat and saying ‘We shouldve done some things, we had a chance to do some things that we shouldve initiated, we shouldve been the stimulus. Thats all part of it. “Thats the way this group is going to take the step forward is we accept responsibility for our actions, try to learn from them as much as possible and attack the next one straight on.” “…when youre in a position where there is no turning back, you learn a lot about people,” Nonis added. “You learn a lot about what theyre going to do and how theyre going to compete and if theyre people you want to keep around.” Gone are Mikhail Grabovski, Clarke MacArthur, Matt Frattin, Ben Scrivens and Ryan OByrne, replaced by an infusion of postseason fortitude in the form of Dave Bolland and David Clarkson, the former capturing the Cup with the Blackhawks, ultimately topping those very same Bruins with the shocking winner in Game 7. Additionally added from the Kings is increased strength in goal with Bernier. “I think when you bring players in that have gone through that and have won, that have gone through the adversity to win a championship, they can pass on a lot to the players around them,” said Nonis, stressing Bollands run with Chicago this past spring and once previously in 2010. The Leafs hope that the added know-how of Bolland and Clarkson, Berniers predicted ascension, and continued growth from a stock of young talent will initiate another step forward in the building process. But they know theyll need even more. “In our opinion, weve taken some significant steps forward,” concluded Nonis. “We still believe as a group that we have a lot to learn and a lot to do. And its only to get harder, its not going to get easier for us.” http://www.cheapnfljerseys2017.us.com/NIKE-NFL-JERSEYS_PHILADELPHIA-EAGLES-JERSEY.html . -- Yogi Ferrell orchestrates pretty much everything in Indianas offence. Cheap NFL Jerseys China . The defending champion beat Gael Monfils of France 7-6 (6), 6-3, while second-seeded Andy Murray of Britain dispatched Edouard Roger-Vasselin, also of France, 6-3, 6-3. Making his first appearance since injuring his wrist a month ago, Del Potro had difficulty with his service games in the first set. http://www.cheapnfljerseys2017.us.com/NBA-JERSEYS_MILWAUKEE-BUCKS-JERSEY.html . Each of Houstons starters scored in double figures as the Rockets improved to 2-0 against the Spurs this season, with both victories coming on the road. They also moved within 3 1/2 games of San Antonio (22-7) for the lead the Southwest Division. Sri Lanka fast bowler Suranga Lakmal has been fined 50% of his match fee for an incident involving Zimbabwe opener Chamu Chibhabha during Mondays washout. According to an ICC release, Lakmal dangerously threw the ball back at Chibhabha at the strikers end in the second over of play, in breach of article 2.1.1 of the ICC code of conduct.In addition to the fine, Lakmal was handed two demerit points; a player who gets four demerit points in a 24-month period will receive a ban of one Test, or two ODIs, or two T20s, based on his teams schedule.The incident happened during the second over of the match when Lakmal dangerously threw the ball back at Zimbabwe opener Chamu Chibhabha at the strikers end when the batsman had sttayed in his crease after playing a shot and was not attempting a run, the ICC release said. http://www.cheapnfljerseys2017.us.com/NHL-JERSEYS_MINNESOTA-WILD-JERSEY.html. The throw missed the batsman and went to the wicketkeeper, but such a reaction from the bowler was deemed as contrary to the spirit of the game.Only 13.3 overs were possible in the game, due to rain, after which the charged was levelled against Lakmal by the four officiating umpires, Michael Gough, Langton Rusere, Richard Illingworth and Jeremiah Matibiri. Lakmal pleaded guilty, and accepted the sanction proposed by match referee Javagal Srinath, meaning there was no need for a hearing. Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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MIAMI -- Ryan Wheeler hit a tiebreaking RBI double in the eighth to help give the Colorado Rockies a 3-2 win over the Miami Marlins on Friday night. Larry Donnell Giants Jersey . Jhoulys Chacin (12-7) allowed two runs and four hits in seven innings for the Rockies. Adam Ottavino pitched the eighth and Lex Brothers picked up his 12th save in 13 opportunities. Colorados Wilin Rosario had his hitting streak snapped at 13 with an 0-for-4 night while Troy Tulowitzki extended his hitting streak to 10 games with a double in the first. Ed Lucas homered and Tom Koehler allowed one run in seven innings for Miami, which has lost four in a row. With the Rockies trailing 2-1 in the eighth, Tulowitzki got the rally started with a one-out double to centre off Chad Qualls (4-2). Michael Cuddyer followed with an RBI single to score Tulowitzki to tie the game. After Rosario grounded out, Wheeler gave the Rockies a 3-2 lead with a double to centre for his first RBI of the season. Brothers retired the Marlins in order in the ninth to preserve the victory. Lucas home run to lead-off the fifth broke a scoreless tie. It was his third home run of the season and the first since July 22 at Colorado. DJ LeMahieu responded with a triple to begin the sixth and scored on a groundout by Cuddyer to tie the game at 1. Lucas had a chance to give the Marlins the lead in the bottom of the sixth, but grounded out to end the inning with the bases loaded. Jake Marisnick tripled to right in the seventh and scored on a sacrifice fly by pinch-hitter Greg Dobbs to give Miami a 2-1 lead. NOTES: Koehler also allowed one run in seven innings against the Rockies on July 22. ... Rockies RHP Rafael Betancourt (elbow) will have an MRI on Monday after suffering an injury on Wednesday at Philadelphia. "It doesnt look great," manager Walt Weiss said. "His elbow is pretty sore." ... Marlins phenom RHP Jose Fernandez (9-5, 2.41 ERA) will take the mound Saturday against Colorado RHP Jeff Manship (0-3, 7.80 ERA). Lawrence Taylor Giants Jersey .H. -- Matt Kenseth made it 2 for 2 in the Chase, holding off teammate Kyle Busch to win Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Jonathan Casillas Giants Jersey . Miikka Kiprusoff had just announced his retirement after a decade-long run in Calgary and it would be up to Berra and Ramo to fill the void. http://www.nygiantsfanaticshop.com/Black-Weston-Richburg-Giants-Jersey.html?cat=893 . Soukalova missed only one target and completed the 15-kilometre course in 40 minutes, 32.6 seconds for both victories in this seasons individual discipline. Darya Domracheva of Belarus was second, 34. 1. Opportunistic at opposite eventWith the worlds top-ranked players some 12 time zones away in China, PGA Tour rookie Cody Gribble took advantage of the circumstances Sunday by winning the Sanderson Farms Championship, known as one of the PGA Tours opposite events.There are four such tournaments on the schedule, and they dont offer a spot to the winner in the Masters, dont offer as many FedEx Cup points as a regular tournament (300, compared to 500 at regular events) and typically come with less than a $1 million payday -- although Gribble is surely not quibbling about his $756,000 first-place check.But there are other valuable perks, not the least of which is the two-year PGA Tour exemption which means Gribble has a place to play through the 2018-19 season (it is two years beyond the current season). He also will get a spot in the winners-only Tournament of Champions in January, where there is a guaranteed paycheck, and sets himself up for a shot at the WGC-Mexico Championship by virtue of his place in the FedEx Cup standings.And those 300 points come in handy as it relates to getting in the FedEx Cup playoffs next August.A win is huge no matter the player or circumstances, but for someone in Gribbles position, it is especially so. Gribble, who played college golf at the University of Texas with Jordan Spieth and was making just his eighth PGA Tour start, earned his spot through the Web.com Tour, where he was 40th in the priority rankings. That number can change based on performance, so there was no guarantee he would get the playing opportunities necessary to keep his status.Now hes got it -- and for another two seasons -- along with a big check and a good head start on his rookie season.2. No guaranteesGribble does not have to do much research to find that others who have won opposite events have not necessarily prospered. In fact, Peter Malnati, who won the Sanderson Farms Championship last year, has missed 20 cuts in 32 events since. That is the beauty of having the two-year exemption. Malnati still has time to work out any issues. Nick Taylor, who won the event in 2014, had just a single top-10 in 2016, missed 10 cuts in 24 events and has slipped to 410th in the world.Tony Finau, who won the Puerto Rico Open last year played opposite the WGC-Dell Match Play, has probably had the most success, although hes had no top-10s in 18 tournaments since his victory. He is ranked 80th in the world.Greg Chalmers won the Barracuda Championship in July opposite the WGC-Bridgestone. He has placed no better than a tie for 33rd in seven events afterward and missed nine cuts on the PGA Tour in 2016. J.J. Henry, who won the Barracuda a year prior, has played 30 tournaments since, missed 13 cuts and had no top-10s.So while these tournaments provide an excellent opportunity, they are not necessarily an indication of future success.3. Should there be more or less?Currently, the opposite events are Sanderson Farms (WGC-Bridgestone), Puerto Rico Open (WGC-Match Play), Barbasol Championship (The Open) and the Barracuda Championship (WGC-Bridgestone).Some believe there shouldnt be any, that if you cant qualify for the PGA Tour event being played that week, so be it. But that is a minority view; the bulk of PGA Tour players want playing opportunities, and the PGA Tours mission is to provide them. Hence, the schedule that seemingly never ends.That does not help the overall product, however. The calendar is saturated with golf events and if anything, there needs to be less, not more.So as crazy as it might sound, why not add some opposite events? They would be played at the same time as some of the bigger tournaments, offer more playing opportunities, possibly affording the PGA Tour the ability to somewhat contract its schedule.Now there are 47 tournaments spread across 43 weeks, including the FedEx Cup playoffs.There is no movement to cut back, so why not have a few more tournaments opposite the big ones and shrink the scheduule that way? There could easily be eight opposite events -- the same week as the four majors and four WGCs. Andre Williams Giants Jersey. (The Sanderson Farms used to be known as the Mississippi Masters as it was played the same week as the Masters from 1969 through 1993.)You could play the same week as the Players Championship, too, and maybe the same week as one of the invitationals where there are limited fields, such as the Arnold Palmer Invitational or the Memorial.The negative for the sponsor, of course, is playing the same week as a bigger more prominent tournament means less exposure. But many get little attention, especially some of those this time of year such as this weeks Shriners Hospital For Childrens Open, or the OHL Classic next week or the RSM Classic in two weeks.Make the FedEx Cup points and the purse half of a regular event. Those who play in these tournaments will have the benefit of less competition but will have to play well in a couple of them to earn the same number of points and money. More players get a chance, a sponsor potentially gets a break in fees and the tour can offer more playing opportunities while cutting back on tournament weeks.4. OopsBecause the Shriners tournament in Las Vegas was moved from October to November this year, those few extra weeks mean even less daylight. Hence, the tournament requested a reduction in field size from 144 players to 132 in order to better be able to complete the first two rounds. Alas, a clerical error at the PGA Tour led to players committing to the tournament under the previous 144 provisions, leaving the tour no choice but to go with the larger field size -- and the likelihood of rounds having to be completed the following day.5. Congrats from a fellow Longhorn ...Gribble got a shout out from his more famous former Texas teammate. 6. ... and a former college rivalJustin Thomas, who played college golf at Alabama, congratulated Gribble by noting his eligibility for the Tournament of Champions in Hawaii at Kapalua. 7. Japans finestHideki Matsuyama won for the third time on the PGA Tour and became the first Asian player to win a WGC event with his seven-stroke victory Sunday at the HSBC Champions. It followed a victory two weeks earlier at the Japan Open and moved Matsuyama to a career-best sixth in the world -- just one spot below the best ever by a Japanese player, Jumbo Ozaki.Masahi Jumbo Ozaki, now 69, was quite a character in his day, wearing colorful clothes and flying in a sushi chef for tournament appearances outside of Japan.Ranked among the top 10 in the world for nearly 200 weeks, Ozaki had little success outside of Japan. His record was often criticized for that very reason; he had 94 wins on the Japan Golf Tour -- including 12 money titles -- and more than 100 in his career -- but just one outside of Japan at the 1972 New Zealand PGA Championship. Ozaki was highly-ranked into his early 50s and was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2010. But he had just three top-10s in major championships among his 48 appearances.8. First-world problemsMatt Kuchar thought he had won a Cadillac when he made an ace at the par-3 17th hole Saturday at the WGC-HSBC Champions in China. A car was placed at the hole for just that purpose, but there was some fine print in play. For insurance reasons, the car was being offered only if the tee shot measured 200 yards or more. For weekend play, tournament officials moved up the tee due to conditions and noted the change to the prize being offered as well. Kuchars shot was from 193 yards.I was teased by this beautiful car sitting there thats not to be mine, Kuchar said.9. Look, theres a tee back thereThey are really doing this at the Turkish Airlines Open this week. This is the 16th hole, which has a back tee atop a villa at the European Tours first of three Final Series events. Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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MILWAUKEE -- Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens insisted that Jeff Green take open shots when he had them. Dion Jordan Dolphins Jersey . The teams leading scorer clearly got the message. Green scored 19 of his 29 points in the second half, leading the Celtics to a 102-86 win over the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday night. "He passed one up in the first half that I was mad at him about," Stevens said. "That was kind of the gist of our halftime talk. We cant pass up open looks because thats what they were giving us. He really didnt pass any others up. He missed his first one of the third quarter and then really shot it well the rest of the night." Green shot 11 of 22 from the field and 6 of 7 from the free-throw line as the Celtics broke open a tight game in the fourth quarter. "I am confident in every shot I put up," Green said. "Whenever it leaves my hand, I am confident that it will go in. I kept shooting, and they started to fall. That is my game, driving to the rim." Stevens said Green has saved his top performances for weekday games on the road. "Thats when hes played his absolute best," Stevens said. "He hit shots today that were really good shots and then he made some tough ones late. He got himself going by getting to the basket and by shooting it off screens." Kelly Olynyk added 14 points and 11 rebounds for his first career double-double for the Celtics. "They were helping a lot on Jeff in the lane in the fourth quarter and I was able to get a couple of open shots as well," Olynyk said. "We pushed the ball in transition and got some easy baskets. Jeff hit a bunch of big-time shots for us down the stretch." The Celtics used a 12-4 run to start the final quarter to break things open. Green had seven points during the spurt and 11 overall in the quarter, while Olynyk scored 10 after Boston entered the fourth clinging to a 70-68 lead. Jared Sullinger added 13 points and 10 rebounds for Boston, and he drew praise, along with Olynyk, from Stevens. "They can handle the ball," he said. "They can do all kinds of things. It was good to see them both with double-doubles. I was pleased with how those two young guys played." Brandon Knight had 22 points for Milwaukee, which also got 17 points from Gary Neal and 16 points from John Henson, who left late in the game with a foot injury. "We went flat. Our energy went down and they took advantage of that," Knight said of the Bucks fourth-quarter performance. The Celtics scored 32 points on 21 Milwaukee turnovers. "We had more turnovers than assists. Its tough to win like that," said Bucks centre Zaza Pachulia, who had eight points and eight rebounds starting in place of injured Larry Sanders. Bucks coach Larry Drew was disappointed about his teams lack of energy in the game-changing fourth quarter. "(The Celtics) played (Sunday) night, but they seemed to be playing with more energy than we did," Drew said. The Celtics held a 49-46 advantage at the half despite shooting just 40 per cent. Brandon Bass led the way with 12 points. Knight had 14 first-half points for the Bucks, who shot 44 per cent. The Celtics had 11 second-chance points compared to just one for the Bucks. It was back and forth through the first two quarters with 10 lead changes and six ties. Boston held a 26-24 lead after the first quarter, sparked by Bass, who had all 12 of his first-half points in the quarter. "He just manhandled us down on the block. Hes a bruiser," Drew said. "He loves to catch the ball down low. We didnt accept the challenge on Bass." Boston shot 48 per cent for the game, compared with 43 per cent for Milwaukee. Notes: Sanders was diagnosed with a fractured orbital bone in his right eye. He was injured when he was elbowed by James Harden in Saturdays game against the Houston Rockets. Hes expected to be out at least through the All-Star break, Drew said. ... The Bucks also were without Caron Butler (ankle), Ersan Ilyasova (back) and O.J. Mayo (illness). Luke Ridnour (back) and Ekpe Udoh (ankle) returned to the lineup. ... Celtics G Rajon Rondo sat out after logging a season-high 37 minutes Sunday. Hes been limited from playing in back-to-back games as he recovers from ACL surgery. "I think hell be playing back-to-backs very soon," Stevens said. ... Celtics starting G Avery Bradley (sprained right ankle) also was out of the lineup. Hes scheduled to undergo an MRI on Tuesday. Nelson Agholor Eagles Jersey . "I was fortunate to play many years at this level with a great organization and unbelievable teammates," said Hejduk in a statement. D.J. Fluker Chargers Jersey . 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As part of that legacy, Leiweke suggested that Leafs general manager Dave Nonis will have his contract situation solidified in the near future. "Well probably have some news on that very soon," Leiweke told the Post. "Im a big Dave Nonis fan, and I want a culture here that is different than the one I stepped into." The former AEG executive has set a goal of doubling the value of the organization in the next five to seven years with winning being front and centre. "Winning does a lot of that, 30 per cent minimum comes just from winning," Leiweke suggested. On that note, he offered a unique prespective on the Leafs heart-breaking first-round loss to the Boston Bruins in Game 7. "I think they need a few ass-kickings, and thats one that will stay with them for a long time,"t; Leiweke said of the Leafs players. Seth Joyner Eagles Jersey. "I think it will pay huge dividends in the long term, no matter how painful it was." MLSEs NBA property, the Toronto Raptors, meanwhile are a team in transition looking to build through the draft and Leiweke felt that former general manager Bryan Colangelo was not part of the future. "I didnt get along with the GM of the basketball team, so we brought in somebody who sees the world the same way I do," he said, adding the owners "are very aware that we may ultimately have to, excuse my English, suck to be good. They understand theyre going to have to be patient there." Patience is what he preaches and has told the owners of MLSE as much. "Our owners know weve got to be patient and stop knee-jerking like we have in the past," he said. Major League Soccers Toronto FC has also struggled and, while he would not comment on rumours of Uruguayan international Diego Forlan joining the team, Leiweke did say a splash is needed to keep the fans interest. "We better have a significant signing or this erosion were currently experiencing will continue," he said. Bringing the NFL to Toronto would also add to the MLSE brand and Leiweke would like to add that to the stable of teams. "It is a safe bet to say well have some role there, to be determined, but thats on our radar screen," he said. "I know the league well and if we can help in that, we will certainly try to help." Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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INVERNESS -- Henrik Stenson kept a resurgent Phil Mickelson at arms length at the Scottish Open by shooting a 6-under 66 to take a two-stroke lead into the final round on Saturday. Kenny Clark Chiefs Jersey . Mickelson was in a group of four players in a tie for second after making six birdies in his last 11 holes for a 66, leaving the American talking up his improving links game ahead of next weeks British Open. Branden Grace and first-round leader John Parry were in that group with Mickelson after two more 66s, with unheralded Dane J.B. Hansen (69) making up the quartet. Stenson, on 16 under par, has emerged from a prolonged slump and is showing the kind of consistent form that took the Swede to No. 4 in 2009. "I wouldnt say Im far off that," said Stenson, who was as low as No. 230 in the rankings 18 months ago. "The way I played today, that was top-10 (in the world) standard. Its as good as I have hit the ball all season." With the wind only arriving late in the day and the sun again beating down, Castle Stuart was largely defenceless for a third straight round but no player made the kind of hot round that could rip a bunched-up field apart. Chris Doak led overnight on 12 under but the pressure on him to push on and become Scotlands first winner of its national open in 14 years seemed to weigh down on him. He could make only a 1-over 73. As Doak tumbled down the leaderboard, birdies were coming thick and fast elsewhere. Gareth Maybin equalled the weeks lowest round of 64, putting him in a three-way tie for sixth with Raphael Jacquelin (65) and Peter Uihlein (70), who struggled at times in the last group alongside Doak. Accurate off the tee and creative as ever around the greens, Mickelson chose the ideal day to produce his full repertoire of skills. American television was broadcasting a regular European Tour event live for the first time this weekend, with NBC fortunate enough to have two U.S. players -- Mickelson and Uihlein -- in contention. Uihlein was patchy. Mickelson was anything but. Refusing to get too frustrated after parring his way to No. 8, the four-time major winner delivered a barrage of four birdies in five holes playing into the wind. A delicate chip to within three feet set up another birdie at No. 16 and a 15-foot putt at the last lifted him briefly into the lead and produced one of the biggest cheers of the day. "On the eighth hole, I just tried to slow things down a little bit ... I holed one putt and it ignited the round," said Mickelson, who was watched by his wife and three kids. "The last 11 holes were a lot of fun for me to play." Mickelson is seeking a first individual win in Europe in 20 years, and first ever in Britain. That would prove the ideal way to go into the British Open, one of the two majors he is yet to capture. "I have kept the ball in play as well as I ever have (on links)," added Mickelson, who found 11 of 14 fairways on the undulating course in the Scottish Highlands. Stenson has been under par in 24 of his 31 rounds this year but hasnt managed a tournament win since capturing the SA Open Championship in Johannesburg in November. The biggest victory of his career came at the Players Championship at Sawgrass in 2009 and a year later he placed third at the British Open. It has been a tale of woe since then but he is on the way back, partly due to his improved mental approach. "I have put down some long-term goals for my game," the 37-year-old Stenson said. "I feel like Im playing golf with a little more ease and if its not happening today, it will happen tomorrow or the day after. "Its a little bit less stressful in that sense." Matteo Manassero made the tournaments first hole-in-one -- acing No. 8 from 216 yards with a 3-iron hybrid -- but the BMW PGA Championship winner is nine shots off the pace after his 70. Tony Gonzalez Chiefs Jersey . The Swede became the first golfer to win the PGA Tours FedEx Cup and European Tours Race to Dubai in the same season. "It is still taking a little time to sink in what Ive achieved this week as was the case when I won the FedEx Cup but then it just kept getting better and better as the days went on and I am sure this will be the same," he said. Justin Houston Chiefs Jersey . -- Bobby Ryan helped the U. http://www.prochiefsauthentic.com/Youth-Jared-Cook-Elite-Jersey/ .J. -- Marshawn Lynch said Thursday it will be good to get back to football after the Seattle quiet talking running back wrapped up his final mandatory media session of Super Bowl week.Dont miss a ball as England take on Sri Lanka this summer, with every match live on Sky Sports. After victory in South Africa, Alastair Cook and the Test side will look to continue the winning habit on home soil, while Eoin Morgan and the white-ball team are looking to bounce back from defeat in the ICC World T20 final.Sky Sports is here to keep you right up-to-date with all the action as it happens, while you can also follow online and via mobile and selected tablet devices… Live coverage on Sky Sports: watch every ball of every match live on Sky Sports as England and Sri Lanka compete in a three-match Test series before five ODIs and a T20 international - former Sri Lanka batsman Mahela Jayawardene joins our punditry team for the series and will work alongside the likes of David Lloyd and Sir Ian Botham.Highlights and Verdict: Following the days play on Sky Sports, you will be able to watch an hour-long highlights programme, before Bob Willis and The Verdict panel analyse the Test-match action. Watch a feast of cricket on Sky Sports this summer skysports.com: our new-look responsive website will bring you a live rolling blog of each game, plus match reports, news, reaction, analysis, scorecards, videos and podcasts.Score Centre: get team line-ups, scorecards, photos and match stats on your desktop or mobile - plus international and domestic scores and the latest odds from Sky Bet.Sky Go: stay with the action online, on iPhone, iPad or selected Anndroid smartphones with the Sky Go app. Jeremy Maclin Chiefs Jersey. witter: follow @SkyCricket for score updates and news throughout the series.ENGLAND v SRI LANKA IN 2016England are looking to complete a Test-trophy clean sweep this summer and can move a step closer to that achievement when they take on Sri Lanka in a three-match series.Alastair Cooks men are the favourites and will be in confident mood heading into the series having beaten the then-No 1 ranked team South Africa on their own patch over the winter. However, Sri Lanka will have happy memories of playing in England after their 1-0 Test series win back in 2014. Sri Lanka celebrate victory at Headingley in 2014 Captain Angelo Mathews brings over a much younger side, shorn of prolific run-scorers Kumar Sangakkara and Jayawardene, on this occasion and face a real challenge to overcome England over the matches at Headingley, Emirates Riverside in Durham and Lords, all live on Sky Sports.After the third Test at Lords, attention turns to the shorter format of the game with Eoin Morgan set to lead England in five ODIs and a T20 match.England have been reborn in white-ball cricket since a nightmare showing at last years 50-over World Cup and surpassed all expectations to reach the World T20 final earlier in 2016. 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Two-time Super Bowl champion Justin Tuck has announced his retirement after 11 seasons in the NFL. Reggie Nelson Jersey . Defensive end Tuck claimed a pair of Super Bowl rings as a member of the New York Giants, where he also was named to two Pro Bowls and named a first-team All Pro in 2008.Tuck, who finished his career with 66.5 sacks, moved on to the Oakland Raiders in 2014, but a pectoral injury limited him to only five games in what has turned out to be his final season in the league. After months of praying and careful consideration, I have decided to retire from the game of football. Ive had 11 great years and honestly I leave with very few regrets, Tuck said as he made his announcement on Facebook.Im thankful to my family and close friends for their unwavering support. My beautiful wife and kids have dedicated their lives to being my closest support system and Im eternally grateful.I want to thank the New York Giants and the Oakland Raiders for giving me a place I could call home all of these years. The Mara, Tisch, and Davis families, Im forever in your debt.To my coaches: thanks for having me ready at every stage - the Super Bowls, Pro Bowls, you name it - thank you for teaching me about professionalism, preparation, and the pursuit of perfection. To my team-mates: thank you for always going to battle with me each and every game day, but more importantly, thanks for being my brothers for life.And lastly, the FANS. What an incredible environment youve created for me over the years to call a workplace. You all have been so supportive of me and my family, and without you I would have no game to play. I thank you from the bottom of my heart. Also See: Ways to watch: Super Bowl 50 Wilson stars in Pro Bowl Megatron set to retire Kelce extends deal Ronnie Lott Raiders Jersey . Gather a group of friends, or find a league to join online, draft your team, set your lineup and compete in a number of different formats. Latavius Murray Raiders Jersey . With the first unit struggling of late and Amir Johnson - one of the teams iron men - hobbling on an injured right ankle, Patterson knew he could get the nod in a challenging matchup against one of the leagues up and coming players at his position. http://www.proraidersauthentic.com/authentic-john-matuszak-raiders-jersey/ . Michell Burger, a woman who lives on an estate next to Pistorius gated community, said she and her husband were awoken by the screams in the pre-dawn hours of Feb. 14 last year, when Pistorius killed Reeva Steenkamp by shooting four times through a door in his bathroom.NASHVILLE -- The Nashville Predators have fired associate coach Peter Horachek after nine seasons with the franchise. General manager David Poile announced the move Tuesday in a statement posted on the franchises website. There were multiple media reports Monday night that Horachek had been fired, but the Predators would not comment. Poile thanked Horachek for his contributions on the website, but the GM said in a short statemeent they made the "difficult decision" to allow Horachek to pursue other opportunities. Kaluka Maiava Raiders Jersey. Horachek had been with the Predators since June 2003, and he interviewed for Dallas head coaching job in 2011. With Nashville, he helped develop the Predators draft picks and worked with the power play and the penalty kill. But the Predators went 16-23-9 for their first season below .500 since 2002-03. Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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SAINT JOHN, N. Marcus Gilbert Steelers Jersey .B. - Sebastien Auger made 44 saves as the Saint John Sea Dogs edged the visiting Acadie-Bathurst Titan 2-1 on Saturday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. Auger was at his best in the third period when he stopped all 18 shots he faced to preserve the one-goal victory. Stephen Anderson and Spencer Smallman scored for the Sea Dogs (2-1-0) while Oliver Cooper assisted on both. Dominic Beauchemin had the lone goal for the Titan (2-1-0) as Mason McDonald turned away 32-of-34 shots in defeat. Beauchemin opened the scoring off a pass from Robert Pelletier 11:35 into the first period, however Smallman responded for Saint John six minutes later to even the score after 20 minutes of play. After a scoreless second period Anderson broke a 1-1 tie at 9:45 of the third with a power-play goal to put the Sea Dogs ahead. Any chance for Acadie-Bathurst to tie the game was shut down by Auger, who came up big on the penalty kill after Jeremy Doucet went to the box for tripping at 16:47 Saint John went 1 for 7 on the power play while the Titan failed to score on five chances with the man advantage. Armada 4 Cataractes 2 SHAWINIGAN, Que. -- Marcus Hinds scored two goals in the third period and set up another in the second as Blainville-Boisbriand doubled up the Cataractes. Christopher Clapperton and Nikita Jevpalov also scored for the Armada (4-0-0) while Guillaume Decelles stopped 23 shots for the win. Matthew Boudreau and Simon Boudreau scored power-play goals for Shawinigan (0-3-1) and Frederick Gaudreau assisted on both. Marvin Cupper allowed four goals on 28 shots in defeat. Olympiques 6 Huskies 4 ROUYN-NORANDA, Que. -- Emile Poirier had two goals and four points as Gatineau downed the Huskies. Jonathan Bourcier, Vaclav Karabacek, Alexandre Carrier and Jean-Simon Deslauriers also scored for the Olympiques (3-1-0) as Simon Tardif-Richard chipped in with two assists. Liam OBrien and Marcus Power had a goal and an assist for Rouyn-Noranda (1-2-1) and Gabriel Slight and Julien Nantel each scored once. In his QMJHL debut, Anthony Brodeur made 18 saves for the win as Alexandre Belanger stopped 20 shots in defeat. Tigres 4 Foreurs 3 VAL-DOR, Que. -- Carl-Antoine Delisle scored three times and set up one more and Brandon Whitney made 44 saves as Victoriaville squeezed past the Foreurs. Mark Tremaine also scored for the Tigres (3-1-0) and Alex Filiatrault had two assists. Anthony Mantha and Nicolas Aube-Kubel each had a goal and an assist for Val-dOr (1-3-0) and Randy Gazzola scored once. Francois Tremblay made 17 saves in a losing cause. Carnell Lake Steelers Jersey . Now tied for second in the league in shootout goals, the 24-year-old likes to see what the opposing goaltender has in store before he ultimately lands on a move. Javon Hargrave Steelers Jersey .C. Lions has come to an end. Banks told TSN on Jan 2 that he had no interest in playing out the option year of his contract with the Lions in 2014, and he again made that clear in a conversation with Lions GM Wally Buono last week. http://www.steelersproauthentic.com/Black-Friday-Joe-Greene-Jersey/ .Y. -- Bills receiver Stevie Johnson has a bone to pick with the NFL schedule maker. LARAMIE, Wyo. -- Justin James had 18 points on 7-of-9 shooting on Saturday night and Wyoming led the entire second half to beat South Dakota State 77-67.Jason McManamen added 16 points and Alexander Aka Gorski had 15 points, six rebounds and four assists -- each was 3 of 8 from 3-point range for the Cowboys (3-0).McManamen hit a 3-pointer with 50 seconds left in the first half that gave Wyoming the lead for good going into the break. The Cowboys opened the second half with a 9-2 run aand extended the lead into double digits for much of the latter part of the second half. Kevin Greene Steelers Jersey. Mike Daum made 5 of 6 from 3-point range and led South Dakota State (1-3) with 24 points and eight rebounds. The Jackrabbits set a program record with 37 3-point attempts, making 12.Chris Howell added 12 points and Reed Tellinghuisen 11 for South Dakota State. Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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SAN DIEGO --?Titans rookie running back?Derrick Henry?did not play in Sundays 43-35 loss to the Chargers after suffering a left-calf injury during warm-ups. Authentic Jeremy Lin Nets Jersey .He said he expects to have an MRI on Monday morning in Nashville and doesnt know the extent of the injury.Warming up, I just pulled my calf, Henry told ESPN on his way to the team bus at Qualcomm Stadium. Im not sure. Ill go to the trainers, have an MRI.The Titans expected to have to throw the ball against the Chargers because of the San Diego run defense. And they did not have much success on the ground.DeMarco Murray carried 14 times for 51 yards and a touchdown. Antonio Andrews moved into Henrys No. 2 role and carried twice for 15 yards.Quarterback Marcus Mariota carried three times, scoring on an impressive 14-yard touchdown run but also fumbling on an option run. Chargers defensive back Dwight Lowery scooped that up and went 36 yards for a score.Henry, the Heisman Trophy winner out of?Alabama, had his biggest game of the season in Week 8 against the Jaguars.He had 16 carries for 60 yards and his first NFL touchdown as well as four catches for 37 yards.Titans coach Mike Mularkey said after the game that the teams running back workload would continue to be determined by the flow of the game.The Titans host the Packers next Sunday. David Robinson USA Jersey . - Chris Tierney snapped a tie with a power-play goal late in the third period as the London Knights rallied from a 3-0 deficit to beat the Erie Otters 5-3 in Ontario Hockey League action on Wednesday. Bojan Bogdanovic Nets Jersey . Parker had 26 points and eight assists and San Antonio beat Toronto 112-99 Monday night. "We won that game because of Tony Parkers aggressiveness," Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said. "His juice; his aggression all night long. http://www.officialnbastore.us.com/Oklahoma-City-Thunder-Russell-Westbrook-Jersey/ . -- Charlie Graham stopped 67 shots as the Belleville Bulls edged the visiting Guelph Storm 6-5 on Saturday in Ontario Hockey League action.GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Stepfan Taylor can run with the big boys. Stanfords career rusher leader ran for 64 yards in his NFL debut, and the Arizona Cardinals exposed several trouble spots for the Green Bay Packers in a 17-0 preseason win Friday night. Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton each threw for a touchdown against a Packers secondary that had trouble containing anybody, and Arizonas aggressive new defence had three sacks, one interception and one forced fumble. Aaron Rodgers connected with James Jones for a 50-yard gain in his only series, and Vince Young showed flashes of potential just three days after signing with the Packers. But those were among the only highlights for the Packers, who were shut out in a full preseason game for the first time since Aug. 22, 1987. The Packers also were shut out in the 2003 Hall of Fame game, though that game was called because of lightning with 5:49 left in the first quarter. It got so ugly that Packers fans, among the most loyal in the NFL, booed backup quarterback Graham Harrell late in the third quarter after yet another drive stalled. Taylor set Stanford records in rushing (4,300 yards) and total touchdowns (45), and the Cardinals drafted him in the fifth round to be a backup to Ryan Williams and Rashard Mendenhall. But with both missing the first preseason game because of nagging injuries -- Williams has a sore knee and Mendenhall has patella tendinitis -- new Arizona coach Bruce Arians turned Taylor loose in the second quarter. Kyrie Irving Cavaliers Swingman Jersey. He didnt disappoint, running right at the defensive line. He ground out gains on short-yardage plays, and also showed a knack for wriggling free for longer runs. Though he never found his way to the end zone, he got the Cardinals in scoring position, only to see two field goal attempts fail. Former LSU star Tyrann Mathieu also made an impression in his first game in two years, recording a sack and returning two punts. The Packers threatened on their first drive, with Rodgers finding Jones for the 50-yard gain that put Green Bay at the Arizona 6. But Jermichael Finley dropped a ball on third-and-goal from the 2, and James Starks was stuffed at the 1 to turn the ball over on downs. Things didnt get any better from there, with Harrell getting picked off by Patrick Peterson in his first series and getting sacked and stripped on his second. Palmer didnt waste any time taking advantage of the interception, throwing a 38-yard touchdown to Andre Roberts on the first play. Notes: Pacers WR Randall Cobb (biceps) and rookie RB Eddie Lacy (hamstring) did not dress. ... RG Daryn Colledge, who played five seasons in Green Bay after being drafted by the Packers in the second round in 2006, was among the Cardinals who did not dress. ... Will Batson missed field goals from 31 yards (wide left) and 42 yards (wide right). Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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Wayne Mardle says Raymond van Barneveld could find himself in a fight to avoid elimination from the Premier League. Houston Texans Jersey . Having started with a 7-2 victory over Phil Taylor on opening night in Leeds, Barney has now won only one of his last five matches - and that was against a below-par Robert Thornton who could have snatched a point. MVG top after Nottingham Report from Night Six of the Premier League It all means that the Dutchman is down in eighth place and just one point clear of the relegation places ahead of his showdown with ninth-placed Dave Chisnall in Glasgow next week - after Chizzy, he faces Adrian Lewis and Michael van Gerwen. Barney somehow pulled himself out of relegation trouble last year to make the play-offs and Sky Sports expert Mardle believes if he is not careful, Van Barneveld could find himself in another battle ahead of Judgement Night in Cardiff on March 31.He is getting dragged in. Last year, he was really embroiled in an elimination dogfight, Mardle said. This year, because he has got Robert Thornton below him and Michael Smith who has played a game more, he may not be as much.But if he loses next week and results go against him, then he most definitely is. It doesnt take a lot to get dragged in.Barney was involved in the match of the night in Nottingham, showing plenty of spirit to fight back against Wade who had taken a 5-1 and 6-3 lead before eventually clinching the match.Mardle felt a slow start cost the Dutchman and despite his battling qualities, it was Wade who deserved the victory. James Wade saw off van Barneveld in Nottingham (picture courtesy of Lawrence Lustig) Raymond didnt hit the doubles in the early part of the match, thats why James pulled away, Mardle added.It was 5-1 at one point and it could easily have been three-all. Then Raymond started to get into it a bit - the 161 was a great shot, there was also a 118. It was quality from start to finish from the scoring aspect.I was pleased with the way James was playing. He was throwing with so much confidence. Playing quicker, throwing firmer and they were going in more direct. Premier League recap As it happened in Nottingham I think that at the very end, when he said I deserved to win, I think it was his confidence that got him over the line. I know it was Barney missing but after missing darts for a draw against Adrian Lewis, Wade will feel he has got that point back.Its what he deserves and I felt he was the best player in that match. Come the last leg, Barneys on 86 after nine darts - he should have won it but he didnt and thats the way it goes. Also See: Brilliant MVG stays top Premier League Darts - as it happened Fixtures/Results Prem Table Cecil Shorts III Texans Jersey .  The 19-year-old Olsen played 34 games with the Kelowna Rockets of the WHL this season. In that time, hes recorded 17 goals and 17 assists with 36 penalty minutes. John Simon Texans Jersey . "Hes going to have hip surgery on Jan. 7, and hell be expected to rehabilitate for four to six months beyond that," Canucks general manager Mike Gillis said Friday in an interview.http://www.nfltexansgearsshop.com/customized.html?cat=935 . LOUIS -- The New Orleans Saints looked like a team playing out the string.The New York Rangers made the playoffs for the third straight season, but it wasnt enough for head coach John Tortorella to keep his job. Off-Season Game Plan looks at a Rangers team facing changes this summer, not least of which is a new man in charge behind the bench. Alain Vigneault, recently fired in Vancouver, wasnt out of work long and joins the Rangers with expectations to win, and win now. What Vigneault brings to the table, in addition to 806 career regular season games and at least reaching the second round in five of seven playoff appearances, is strategic use of his top scorers. In Vancouver, the Sedins took more faceoffs in the offensive zone than anyone else, leaving Manny Malhotra and others to take the vast majority of defensive zone faceoffs. Translating that to New York, that figures to give Rick Nash a steady diet of offensive zone draws. Nash was already leaning that way (60.1% last season), but expect his usage to be tilted even more. GM Glen Sather explained the coaching change this way: "It was getting to be so hard on some of our players. We needed to make a change to give them a little fresh life and more of an optimistic view of how to play." The biggest decision facing the Rangers this summer will be what to do with Brad Richards. Signed as a free agent in the summer of 2011, Richards struggled in the shortened season, but fell totally flat in the playoffs, getting sent to the press box for the last two games in Round Two. With a new coach, maybe the Rangers will be inclined to give Richards another shot next season, particularly since a compliance buyout is a big cheque to write for Richards to play somewhere else, so its possible that Richards gets another chance in 2013-2014, but no matter which way that decision goes, its going to be a msjor decision for Sather and company. The TSN.ca Rating is an efficiency rating based on per-game statistics including goals and assists -- weighted for strength (ie. power play, even, shorthanded) -- plus-minus, hits, blocked shots, giveaways, takeaways, penalty differential and faceoffs. (Stats are listed in this format: G-A-PTS, +/-, PIM, GP). Generally, a replacement-level player is around a 60, a top six forward and top four defenceman will be 70-plus, stars will be over 80 and MVP candidates could go over 90. Sidney Crosby finished at the top of the 2013 regular season ratings with a 93.65. Salary cap information all comes from the indispensable www.capgeek.com. GM/COACHGlen Sather/Alain Vigneault Returning Forwards Player Rating GP G A PTS +/- Cap Hit Rick Nash 80.61 44 21 21 42 +16 $7.8M Ryan Callahan 75.99 45 16 15 31 +9 $4.275M Brad Richards 71.21 46 11 23 34 +8 $6.667M Derick Brassard 71.06 47 12 17 29 +1 $3.2M Taylor Pyatt 61.24 48 6 5 11 +5 $1.55M Brian Boyle 60.80 38 2 3 5 -13 $1.7M Derek Dorsett 59.29 24 3 6 9 -11 $1.633M Chris Kreider 57.25 23 2 1 3 -1 $1.325M Arron Asham 56.14 27 2 0 2 +2 $1.0M Darroll Powe 51.94 42 0 0 0 -1 $1.067M Free Agent Forwards Player Rating GP G A PTS +/- Class 12-13 Cap Hit Derek Stepan 78.72 48 18 26 44 +25 RFA $875K Mats Zuccarello 69.57 15 3 5 8 +10 RFA $700K Carl Hagelin 69.21 48 10 14 24 +10 RFA $875K Ryane Clowe 63.62 40 3 16 19 +1 UFA $3.625M Rangers Forwards Usage Chart from somekindofninja.com Its easy (and fun too!) to be down on Rick Nash after he scored one goal in 12 playoff games, but his first season in New York was very good. 21 goals in 44 games was his best goal-scoring rate (0.48) since 2008-2009, he was a career-best plus-16 and his 32 even-strength points ranked 15th, ahead of Phil Kessel, John Tavares, Ryan Getzlaf and Henrik Sedin. (His 17 even-strength goals ranked sixth.) Yes, Nash is paid big money and with that comes an expectation of production when it matters most, in the playoffs, but the Rangers ought to be very happy with the early returns from the 29-year-old power forward. Team captain Ryan Callahan has been a consistent goal-scorer and frequent hitter, earning more and more ice time, up to a career-high 21:31 per game in 2013. Over the last three seasons, Callahan has 68 goals in 181 games, hit 0.38 goals per game tied for 22nd with Marian Hossa, Taylor Hall and Ryan Kesler. Real-time stats have to be taken with a grain of salt at the best of times, and perhaps pounds of salt when coming from Madison Square Garden, but Callahan has also finished among the top dozen forwards in hits for five consecutive seasons and among the top five forwards in blocked shots for each of the last four seasons. Its that willingness to lay his body on the line that makes the blue-collar winger the captain of a marquee franchise. A healthy scratch in the playoffs after managing one point in 10 postseason contests, Brad Richards is now in danger of having his contract bought out, as the Rangers see a way to get out from a cap hit of $6.667-million through 2020. Thats a lot of money to pay someone not to play, however, so its still conceivable that the Blueshirts could give Richards another season before deciding on a compliance buyout next summer. The strange thing about Richards playoff collapse is that he was crucial to their efforts to get there, scoring 16 points in the last games of the regular season. There are 13 centres to score at least 100 points over the last two (er, one-and-a-little-more-than-a-half) NHL seasons and Richards is one of them. Coming to New York in the Marian Gaborik trade may have been a career-saver for Derick Brassard, the sixth overall pick in 2006 who had scuffled along for the last four-plus seasons before he arrived in Manhattan and, between regular season and playoffs, scored 23 points in 25 games. If hes back on track as an offensive performer, that gives the Rangers more flexibility down the middle; potentially enough flexibility to cut Richards loose and not be left with a gaping hole for a point-producing pivot. A hulking winger who has a history with new coach Alain Vigneault, Taylor Pyatts point production last season (0.23 per game) was the lowest of his career. Hes as strong as they come, but doesnt use that to his advantage consistently enough and that leaves him in a depth role at this stage of his career. Following a couple of productive seasons in which he emerged into a more prominent role, Brian Boyle struggled last season, finishing with a career-low minus-13 and getting scratched at times. He was better in the postseason, earning significant ice time, an indication that he could still be counted on in a top-nine role going forward. A tough winger who worked himself into a regular checking role with Columbus, Derek Dorsett didnt get into a Rangers jersey until the playoffs. Acquiring Dorsett, a scrapper who can play a bit, seemed to be a tacit admission that the Rangers missed the presence of Brandon Prust, who signed with Montreal as a free agent last summer. After making his debut with the Rangers in 2012 playoffs, scoring five goals and seven points in 18 games, Chris Kreider was expected to be a regular for the Rangers last season, but he struggled in the AHL (23 points, minus-11 in 48 games) and couldnt get into a regular spot when he was called up, managing three points in 23 games while playing about 10 minutes per game. A rare combination of size (6-foot-3, 230 pounds) and skating ability gives Kreider potential to be an impact player, but hell have to be much better next season. Darroll Powe is a hard-hitting checker but also failed to register a point in 42 games last season, setting a record (since time on ice has been tracked) for the most minutes played by a forward without a point. Derek Stepan made a quantum leap forward in his third season, setting career-high rates across the board (goals per game, assists per game, time on ice per game) as well as plus-minus. Hes the Rangers No. 1 centre now and likely looking at a big payday this summer. After scoring 28 points in 44 games with Metallurg in the KHL, Mats Zuccarello re-joined the Rangers late in the year, and had 15 points in 27 regular season plus playoff games. Hes tiny, but carries a long stick and has the offensive instincts to help in a supporting role. Speedy winger Carl Hagelin wasnt quite as productive as he was in his rookie year, but hes a puck possession beast and is one of 10 players, since 2000, to start his career with two double-digit plus seasons. If the Rangers keep Richards, then there issnt a lot of room to maneuver. Ryan Griffin Texans Jersey. Maybe a veteran checking winger or a full-time spot opens up for prospect J.T. Miller, but if Richards is bought out, then the Rangers will have room to make a bolder move in free agency. It would put them in the market for Patrik Elias, Stephen Weiss, Derek Roy or re-signing Ryane Clowe, the free agent power forward who was acquired from San Jose, but got hurt late in the season. Returning Defence Player Rating GP G A PTS +/- Cap Hit Marc Staal 73.15 21 2 9 11 +4 $3.975M Michael Del Zotto 71.23 46 3 18 21 +6 $2.55M Dan Girardi 71.11 46 2 12 14 -1 $3.325M John Moore 65.42 30 1 6 7 +4 $965K Anton Stralman 65.23 48 4 3 7 +14 $1.7M Free Agent Defence Player Rating GP G A PTS +/- Class 12-13 Cap Hit Ryan McDonagh 73.62 41 4 9 13 +15 RFA $1.3M Steve Eminger 61.99 35 0 3 3 +9 UFA $750K Roman Hamrlik 60.13 16 0 1 1 -4 UFA $3.5M Matt Gilroy 55.86 15 0 0 0 -3 UFA $650K Michael Sauer             RFA $1.25M Rangers Defence Usage Chart from somekindofninja.com When Marc Staal took a puck in the eye March 5, against Philadelphia, that really undercut the Rangers hopes because, while he returned for one game in the playoffs, losing a 24-minute-per-game defenceman in the midst of a career season is impossible to make up. Staal may not regain 100% of his vision, but is expected to be ready to play next season. If he can still fill a shutdown defensive role, that will be a major positive for the Rangers. The best puckhandler on the Rangers blueline, Michael Del Zotto ranks 21st among defencemen with 62 points over the last two seasons, but has struggled in the possession game as his minutes have climbed in recent seasons. Dan Girardi has led the league in blocked shots in two of the last three seasons (and finished in the top six for each of the last four seasons). Not surprisingly, his puck possession numbers arent strong, but some of that is a factor of playing a defensive role against the other teams top lines night after night. Though he played fewer than 12 minutes per game after coming over from Columbus, John Moore was more productive with the Rangers and saw his ice time go up to 17 minutes per game in the playoffs. A 22-year-old who is a tremendous skater with good size, hes still just getting started in his NHL career and has potential to get better. Though he usually contributes more offensively than he did last season, Anton Stralman had terrific puck possession stats, while playing admittedly protected minutes. Thats okay, territorial success from a third pairing defenceman is fine no matter how it happens. In three NHL seasons, Ryan McDonagh is plus-54, which ranks third over that span. Hes played more than 24 minutes per game in the last two seasons and should land a nice contract this summer. Michael Sauer hasnt returned to the ice since suffering a concussion against the Toronto Maple Leafs on December 5, 2011 and its a significant loss for the Rangers. He had a chance to be a top four defenceman, but thats light years away now as he deals with post-concussion effects. The Rangers have a steady enough top six returning on the blueline, but could use another veteran, possibly one who can handle the puck a bit. Ryan Whitney, Ron Hainsey or Marek Zidlicky could hold some appeal, if the price is right. Returning Goaltenders Player Rating GP W L OTL GAA SV% Cap Hit Henrik Lundqqvist 83.49 43 24 16 3 2.05 .926 $6.875M Martin Biron 75.30 6 2 2 1 2.37 .917 $1.3M One of the games elite puck stoppers, Henrik Lundqvist is the only starter to have a .920 save percentage in each of the last four seasons and his .924 save percentage over that span is best among goalies with at least 150 games played. With one year left on his contract, expect an extension to be part of the Rangers plans this summer. He doesnt get a lot of work as Lundqvists backup, but Martin Biron is one of the better second-stringers in the league, with a .913 save percentage in three seasons with the Rangers. Top Prospects Player Pos. Team/League Stats J.T. Miller C Connecticut (AHL) 8-15-23, -12, 42 GP Jesper Fast RW Jonkoping (SEL) 18-17-35, +13, 47 GP Michael St. Croix C Edmonton (WHL) 37-55-92, +30, 72 GP Dylan McIlrath D Connecticut (AHL) 0-5-5, +7, 45 GP Christian Thomas RW Connecticut (AHL) 19-16-35, +5, 73 GP Brady Skjei D Minnesota (WCHA) 1-2-3, +11, 36 GP Marek Hrivik LW Connecticut (AHL) 7-19-26, -2, 40 GP Oscar Lindberg C Skelleftea (SEL) 17-25-42, +1, 55 GP Cristoval Nieves C Michigan (CCHA) 8-21-29, -5, 40 GP Conor Allen D UMass-Amherst (AHL) 5-14-19, -1, 33 GP A two-way player who spent more than half of the NHL season in New York (four points, minus-7 in 26 games), J.T. Miller is able to create some offence, but his initial mark will be made with strong work in the corners and along the boards. A speedy winger who came into his own in the Swedish Elite League, Jesper Fast, a sixth-round pick in 2010, should get some apprenticeship in the AHL, but if he can handle the adjustment to North America, could move up quickly. Drafted in the fourth round in 2011, Michael St. Croix has 197 points in 144 WHL games over the last two seasons. Hell have time in the AHL to prove that his offence is legit at the pro level, but the playmaker could turn out to be a nice addition because of his offensive upside. A big, bad dude, Dylan McIlrath is more than just a puncher, as one might expect from the 10th pick in the 2010 draft, and McIlrath can play a physical role. He may be able to challenge for an NHL job soon. Size will be a challenge for Christian Thomas to overcome, but the 2010 second-round pick had a solid first pro campaign, tallying 19 goals. If he progresses next season, that could put him in line for a future spot. Drafted 28th overall last summer, Brady Skjei is a superb skater who doesnt offer much, if anything, offensively, but will have some time to round out his game at the University of Minnesota. An undrafted free agent, Marek Hrivik had a decent first pro season, though he missed significant time with a concussion. With another full year of seasoning in the AHL, he could be closer to challenging for a position with the Rangers. Acquired from the Phoenix Coyotes, Oscar Lindberg had a very productive season in the Swedish Elite League. Hes 21-years-old, which would seem a good time to come to North America to see how his game translates. A lanky forward with scoring potential, Cristoval Nieves needs time to round out his game and hell get that at the University of Michigan. Signed after his junior year at Massachusetts, Conor Allen is expected to provide steady two-way play on the blueline and an important addition given how thin the organizational depth is on defence. DRAFTNo first-round pick. FREE AGENCYAccording to www.capgeek.com, the Rangers have approximately $50.9M committed to the 2013-2014 salary cap for 17 players. Check out my possible Rangers lineup for next season (with Richards) on Cap Geek here. Check out my possible Rangers lineup for next season (without Richards) on Cap Geek here. Needs: Two-three top nine forwards, depth defencemen.What I said the Rangers needed last year: Two top nine forwards, two defencemen, backup goaltender.They added: Rick Nash, Taylor Pyatt, Arron Asham, Jeff Halpern, Matt Gilroy. TRADE MARKETBrian Boyle, Anton Stralman, prospects. Scott Cullen can be reached at Scott.Cullen@bellmedia.ca and followed on Twitter at http://twitter.com/tsnscottcullen. For more, check out TSN Fantasy on Facebook. Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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