Rookie Sharks defenseman out vs. Nashville Predators

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Rookie Sharks defenseman out vs. Nashville Predators

first_imgSAN JOSE — Still feeling the effects of a hit he took two days prior, Sharks defenseman Mario Ferraro missed Saturday night’s game with the Nashville Predators at SAP Center.Ferraro was injured in the second period of Thursday’s game against Minnesota after he landed awkwardly against the boards following a hit from Wild defenseman Matt Dumba. He did not play in the third period. Friday, Ferraro said he was still sore, “but recovering.”Tim Heed, a scratch for the last two games before …last_img read more

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Odisha group starts drive to retrieve discarded flags

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2 days agoBurnley manager Dyche delighted with squad competition

first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Burnley manager Dyche delighted with squad competitionby Paul Vegas2 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveBurnley manager Sean Dyche is delighted with the competition within his squad.The Clarets currently have intense battles in a variety of positions, including left-back, striker and central midfield.”There is real competition,” said Dyche.”We have lost very important players but it shows we have other players who are just as important.”I thought Jeff (Hendrick) did well in midfield alongside Westy which is not easy when you play two v three. There was a tactical understanding there of when to press and when not to.”Robbie came in and he is getting back to true fitness and match sharpness that it takes which is why he came off and Jay got a start as well.”I like that competitive element to the squad.” last_img read more

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City Of Los Angeles Announces Stand Up To Cancer Day

first_imgOn Wednesday, August 27, Mayor Eric Garcetti, Councilmember Paul Koretz and the City of Los Angeles commended Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) by presenting a resolution declaring Friday, September 5 as the official “Stand Up To Cancer Day” in the City of Los Angeles.Marg Helgenberger and Italia RicciMayor Eric Garcetti and Councilmember Paul Koretz honored Stand Up to Cancer (SU2C) – which was represented by Stand Up To Cancer Ambassador Marg Helgenberger and star of ABC Family’s Chasing Life, Italia Ricci as well as Council of Founders and Advisors (CFA) members Lisa Paulsen, Ellen Ziffren and Kathleen Lobb. Press conference participants also included additional Los Angeles elected officials.Following the press conference, SU2C representatives also made a brief presentation at the City Council meeting.Stand Up To Cancer’s live one-hour commercial-free fundraising event which airs live on Friday September 5 8pm ET/7pm CT will feature performances from top recording artists and celebrities from film and television, engaging viewers with powerful stories of remarkable progress being made by SU2C-funded research. Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow and Emmy-winning producer Joel Gallen, president of Tenth Planet Productions, will join the SU2C Production Team as executive producers.This star-studded appeal will continue to build public support to accelerate the pace of groundbreaking translational research that can get new therapies to patients quickly to save lives and make cancer patients long term cancer survivors. SU2C brings together scientists from different disciplines across institutions and international boundaries to work collaboratively on promising new treatments that will impact a wide range of cancer types. The one-hour fundraising event will be simulcast live and commercial-free on ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC, along with ABC Family, American Forces Network, Bravo, Cooking Channel, Discovery Fit & Health, E!, Encore, Encore Espanol, EPIX, ESPNews, FOX Sports 2, FXM, HBO, HBO Latino, ION Television, Lifetime Movie Network, Logo TV, MLB Network, National Geographic Channel, Oxygen, Palladia, Pivot, SHOWTIME, Smithsonian Channel, Starz, TNT and VH1.last_img read more

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Sometimes all it takes is a beaver pelt and some moccasins

first_imgAPTN National NewsThis week in Yellowknife, elder Jane Dragon showed off her vast collection of furs and Dene art inspiring one family to start learning about their traditional way of life.APTN’s Iman Kassam has the story.last_img

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Condé Nast Moving Away From Magazine Web Sites as Print Companions

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In This Issue… More thoughts on bonds … RBA

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Updated at 110 pm ETThe Trump administration is

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Study investigates whether home eye tests could help patients and reduce burden

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