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NFL mock draft 2021 - Todd McShay's post-Super Bowl predictions for all 32 first-round picks

Todd McShay predicts all 32 picks of Round 1 -- including landing spots for the top quarterbacks -- and even mixes in a pair of mock...
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Australian Open 2021 day three: Novak Djokovic in action, Serena Williams eases into third round – live!

Updates from the year’s first tennis grand slam at Melbourne ParkSerena Williams remains on course after sweeping throughAny thoughts? Email or tweet @emmavkemp 4.27am GMT Second set: Novak Djokovic 6-3 0-1 Frances Tiafoe* (* denotes server) Tiafoe may have lost that battle but he’s determined not to lose the war just yet, and he claims his service game to love. 4.25am GMT First set: Novak Djokovic* 6-3 Frances Tiafoe (* denotes server) Error. Error. Ace. Double fault. Winner. And that’s...
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MLHS Podcast, Episode #2: Sam Bennett rumours, 11&7, balanced PP units, Joe Thornton’s fit at LW, Alex Kerfoot’s value

In Episode 2 of the Maple Leafs Hot Stove Podcast, Ian Tulloch and Anthony Petrielli reflect on the sweep over the Canucks and preview the series against the Canadiens before debating Sam Bennett’s fit in Toronto, the merits of 11F/7D, the split power-play units, Joe Thornton’s fit in the lineup when he returns, Alex Kerfoot’s […] The post MLHS Podcast, Episode #2: Sam Bennett rumours, 11&7, balanced PP units, Joe Thornton’s fit at LW, Alex Kerfoot’s value appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove...
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Underreaction/Overreaction: Splitting up the talent on the Toronto Maple Leafs Power Play Units — MLHS Podcast

On Episode 2 of the MLHS podcast, Ian Tulloch and Anthony Petrielli debated the pros and cons of splitting up the Leafs’ best offensive talent over two power-play groups versus one stacked unit. Support the MLHS Podcast on Patreon Early-release full-length video episodes are available to our patrons each week: Become a Patron! Tulloch: I […] The post Underreaction/Overreaction: Splitting up the talent on the Toronto Maple Leafs Power Play Units — MLHS Podcast appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotsto...
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Kings look to trusted, steady Alex Iaffalo to stabilize lineup

Seeking to halt a four-game pointless streak, the Kings looked to the familiar top line of Anze Kopitar, Dustin Brown and Alex Iafallo. The trio has skated apart at times this season, but they have been reunited in an effort to stabilize the lineup. Against Vegas on Sunday, Iafallo set up Kopitar for a goal in the opening minute. They had sound shifts early Tuesday, Iafallo’s stretch pass hitting Kopitar in stride to create the Kings’ first goal in a game they trailed 2-0. Kopitar and Brown have...
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San Marino attorney arrested, accused of bilking real estate investors out of $4.5 million

NEW YORK — A California lawyer was arrested Tuesday on fraud charges alleging he bilked investors out of at least $4.5 million by lying about a real estate opportunity and making it seem he controlled land he did not. Derek Jones, 46, of San Marino,  awaited an appearance before a U.S. magistrate judge in Los Angeles. An indictment returned in New York federal court charged him with wire fraud and aggravated identity theft. It was not immediately clear who will represent him against the charges....
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Australian Open 2021 day three: Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic in action – live!

Updates from the year’s first tennis grand slam at Melbourne ParkAny thoughts? Email or tweet @mike_hytner 3.23am GMT Second set: Nina Stojanović* 3-6, 0-5 Serena Williams (* denotes server) You have to feel for Stojanović at this point. She held her own during the first set, but the gulf in class has been apparent ever since and it’s all over bar the shouting for her now. Williams breaks once more and the 23-time grand slam champion will serve for the match and a place in the third round. ...
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MLB Opens Harassment Hotline After Porter, Callaway Scandals

Major League Baseball has created a hotline for people not employed by the league or teams to report harassment or discrimination after Mets general manager Jared Porter and Angels pitching coach Mickey Callaway were accused of sending lewd text messages to female reporters.
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Videos- The Talk Tonight After A Loss In Sunrise. Fla.

Dylan Larkin first, below find Mickey Redmond.  I'll add to videos as more become available. We hear from captain Dylan Larkin, who says Tuesday's loss to the Panthers could have gone either way; the Red Wings had their chances. #LGRW pic.twitter.com/ECc0ZXor2v — FOX Sports Detroit (@FOXSportsDet) February 10, 2021 Continue reading "Videos- The Talk Tonight After A Loss In Sunrise. Fla."
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Quick Recap- Detroit/Florida

Wings lost 2-1 to the Panthers tonight. A good first period for Detroit, a so-so second and a third period where the Wings did everything but score and let two power play opportunities slide by in the third. Detroit goal is below. Continue reading "Quick Recap- Detroit/Florida"
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Pat Cummins named New South Wales captain for the rescheduled 50-over Marsh Cup

The decision to promote Cummins to the captaincy of the 50-over side came following discussions by the Board of Cricket NSW
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Kyle Busch wins Busch Clash after Chase Elliott spins Ryan Blaney in final stretch

Kyle Busch streaked past NASCAR champion Chase Elliott after Elliott spun leader Ryan Blaney in the final stretch of the exhibition...
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New Los Angeles County Sheriff’s task force aims to get unpaid wages to cheated workers

A new task force aims to crack down on the roughly $1.35 billion in wages stolen from workers every year in Los Angeles and collect delinquent penalties won against thousands of companies found responsible for underpaying their employees, Sheriff Alex Villanueva announced Tuesday, Feb. 9. The Sheriff’s Wage Theft Task Force will investigate reports of unfair compensation by businesses throughout Los Angeles County, where employers steal about $26.2 million in earned pay from workers each week. T...
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Here are the bestsellers at Southern California’s independent bookstores

The SoCal Indie Bestseller List for the sales week ended Feb. 7 is based on reporting from the independent booksellers of Southern California, the California Independent Booksellers Alliance and IndieBound. For an independent bookstore near you, visit IndieBound.org. HARDCOVER FICTION 1. The Four Winds: Kristin Hannah 2. The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue: V.E. Schwab 3. The Midnight Library: Matt Haig 4. Hamnet: Maggie O’Farrell 5. Mexican Gothic: Silvia Moreno-Garcia 6. The Vanishing Half: Br...
Tags: Books, Los Angeles, Barack Obama, Sport, Fox, Things To Do, Soccer, George Orwell, David Bowie, Joan Didion, Mike Nichols, Rick Springfield, Brit Bennett, Pond, Southern California, Frank Herbert


Bayern Munich eye historic joy of six in Club World Cup final

Al-Rayyan (Qatar) (AFP) – European champions Bayern Munich are eager to make history by beating Mexico’s Tigres in the Club World Cup final in Qatar on Thursday to complete the rare clean sweep of six... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
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Ronald Reagan Presidential Library ceremony marks 40th president’s birthday

  Gabriel Simmons and Faith Scalisi place a wreath at President Reagan’s gravesite during a birthday celebration for President Ronald Reagan at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library February 6, 2021. The event, which celebrated the 110th anniversary of his birthday, was live-streamed due to Covid 19 restrictions.(photo by Andy Holzman) Executive Director John Heubusch speaks during a birthday celebration for President Ronald Reagan at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library February 6, 20...
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World’s second-oldest person survives COVID at 116

Associated Press PARIS — A 116-year-old French nun who is believed to be the world’s second-oldest person has survived COVID-19 and is looking forward to celebrating her 117th birthday on Thursday. The Gerontology Research Group, which validates details of people thought to be 110 or older, lists Frenchwoman Lucile Randon — Sister André’s birth name – as the second-oldest known living person in the world. French media report that Sister André tested positive for the virus in mid-January in the ...
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Lawsuit blames man’s COVID-19 death on commingling residents at Culver City care center

A woman has filed a lawsuit alleging her 88-year-old father died from COVID-19 last year after staff at a Culver City assisted-care facility allowed residents to commingle and failed to enforce social distancing. Jessica Hopman’s complaint against Sunrise Villa Culver City, seeking unspecified damages on behalf of Gerald Hopman, was transferred last week from state to federal court because the claims made fall under a federal emergency preparedness act. “Defendants’ failure to protect Mr. Hopman...
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Sources: Trump not happy with his lawyer’s opening

By Kaitlan Collins, Jim Acosta and Paul LeBlanc | CNN Former President Donald Trump was unhappy with his impeachment lawyer Bruce Castor’s opening argument on the Senate floor Tuesday, two people familiar with his reaction told CNN. Castor, who is representing Trump alongside attorney David Schoen, delivered a meandering argument during the first day of the Senate impeachment trial, including praise for the House impeachment managers for a presentation that he said was “well done.” Trump was alm...
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Lawsuit seeks to halt some in-person appearances at L.A. County courts due to COVID-19 concerns

Five organizations filed a lawsuit against the Los Angeles County Superior Court on Tuesday, Feb. 9, seeking to halt some in-person court appearances until the COVID-19 pandemic is over. The lawsuit at the Spring Street Courthouse asked the court system to put a pause on in-person hearings for cases in traffic court and unlawful detainer court, which handles evictions, said Jesselyn Friley, an attorney at Public Counsel, one of the organizations that filed the suit. In a virtual news conference,...
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Super Bowl substitutes in LA: hike at Griffith Park, sandwich at Philippe

It was Super Bowl Sunday, a day that mesmerizes enough of the population that the rest of us can have some elbow room. More power to those who like football or want to take part in the spectacle. I’ve been avoiding the Super Bowl for, in Roman numeral terms, LV years now and saw no reason to break my streak. What should I do as an alternative? Where could I go that would normally be packed? I’ve shopped at Target and at Ikea. Ikea is so empty you could buy a desk, spread out the pieces and assem...
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Stats needed for LA County elementary schools to reopen are within sight. But it’s no sure thing.

With coronavirus rates easing, Los Angeles County is on course to hit a key state threshold within two weeks — a statistical landmark that would allow elementary schools to reopen, the county’s chief public health officer told the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, Feb. 9. But with a post-Super Bowl surge still a possibility, and pitched political and potential legal battles brewing within local communities, reopening that soon is far from a guarantee. On Tuesday, the county reported 227 new death...
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Portland commissioner cites ‘vehicular violence’ in response to spate of crashes

(Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) Portland’s commissioner-in-charge of transportation has responded strongly to a spate of crashes and fatalities on the streets she oversees. Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty published a statement on Twitter Tuesday afternoon that comes in direct response to the past week of violent carnage in our streets. Here’s the statement: Advertisement --> Advertisement Three days. Four deaths. All from vehicular violence. I can assure you that mysel...
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It’s time to ‘be real’ about the bullet train

The California High Speed Rail Authority is delaying and raising the cost estimate for the first segment of the bullet train. Perpetual failure has long been the story of the boondoggle and there is no indication that will be changing any time soon. On Friday, Brian Kelly, CEO of the project, issued a revised draft business plan for the bullet train revealing the latest delays. The Central Valley portion of the project was supposed to be finished in 2017. In 2016, this was then moved back four y...
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LA County leaders seek faster release of FEMA funds to help extend hotel rooms for homeless

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday, Feb. 9, to lobby the federal government to more quickly fund the sheltering people experiencing homelessness in programs such as Project Roomkey — if not provide the funding upfront. The approval of the motion, authored by Supervisors Janice Hahn and Hilda Solis, comes on the heels of the Biden Administration’s announcement last month that the Federal Emergency Management Agency would provide 100% reimbursement, rather than the typical 7...
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Dave Roberts’ dilemma: how to use Dodgers’ 7 starting pitchers?

Dave Roberts refers to them as his “first-world problems” – choices that have to be made among multiple attractive options, decisions that only a team as deep and talented as the Dodgers have to make. With the signing of 2020 National League Cy Young Award winner Trevor Bauer (a move that cannot become official until the Dodgers clear a spot on their 40-man roster), Roberts has a new one – what to do with seven starting pitchers. “As we sit here in the early part of February – it’s amazing. It’s...
Tags: Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, Los Angeles Dodgers, San Diego Padres, Oklahoma City, DAVE ROBERTS, Roberts, Bauer, Dodgers, Kershaw, David Price, Justin Turner, Zack Greinke


Dodgers’ Cody Bellinger progressing in recovery from shoulder surgery

Nearly three months after surgery on his right shoulder, Dodgers center fielder Cody Bellinger has not been cleared to start taking full swings. But Manager Dave Roberts is confident Bellinger will be ready for Opening Day. Roberts said the most recent reports he has received indicated Bellinger was taking one-handed swings, using his left arm only. But Roberts expects the 2019 National League MVP to be ready to take batting practice when full-squad workouts begin on Feb. 23. Dodgers pitchers an...
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TSN Insiders Tonight

The TSN Hockey Insiders discuss the Blue Jackets' quiet response to Patrik Laine ending up in John Tortorella's doghouse after just four games, the NHL and NHLPA having ongoing discussions about further enhanced COVID-19 protocols, and the league considering a Lake Tahoe backup plan. Watch at TSN
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The Big Question

Game number thirteen proved to be the lucky number for the Wings. They finally won after eight straight losses. They also got back some much needed players, and, Thomas Greiss came to the rescue often. So, onward to game number fourteen. The big question is, can this team put together two consecutive wins? Will they show up? We'll find out tonight. It's a Live Blog!
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Clippers hopeful Patrick Beverley will play Wednesday

Depending how you see a thing, “questionable” can be cause for a concern or a reason to rejoice. In the Clippers’ case, getting even a “maybe” on the RSVP from Patrick Beverley is good news, especially as Paul George remains sidelined by a swollen bone in his right foot. While George remained in L.A., Beverley made the trip to Minnesota with the team Tuesday, and coach Tyronn Lue expressed relief that the Clippers’ emotional, vocal leader is healthy enough to warrant a questionable designation a...
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