Leafs Report Cards: Toronto closes out Winnipeg series with a thud

Has Connor Hellebuyck been holding the Winnipeg Jets back? My column. The Leafs dominated the run of play in their previous two games against Hellebuyck and the Jets. That was not the case tonight. Paul Maurice decided to go with Laurent Brossoit in net, which must have energized the team because they looked much better […] The post Leafs Report Cards: Toronto closes out Winnipeg series with a thud appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
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UC Irvine women fall to UC Davis in Big West tourney title game

UC Davis’ Cierra Hall passes the ball as UC Irvine’s Tahlia Garza defends during the first half of Saturday’s Big West Tournament championship game at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Ronda Churchill) UC Irvine’s Chloe Webb (2) throws a pass as she falls during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against UC Davis in the championship of the Big West Conference tournament Saturday, March 13, 2021, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Ronda Churchill Sound The gallery will resume ...
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1 killed, 5 hurt when multi-vehicle crash sends vehicle careening into North Hollywood liquor store

NORTH HOLLYWOOD — One person died and five people were injured Saturday night when a multi-vehicle collision sent one vehicle careening into a North Hollywood liquor store.The collision was reported at 6:28 p.m. at 11000 W. Oxnard St., according to the Los Angeles Fire Department’s Margaret Stewart. The initial report indicated a vehicle crashed into a liquor store, ejecting one person and trapping three others inside, Stewart said. It was subsequently reported that a multiple-vehicle collision ...
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Game 27: Jets 5 vs Leafs 2 post-game recap

Post-game recap and interviews with Jets players as well as from Coach Maurice. The post Game 27: Jets 5 vs Leafs 2 post-game recap first appeared on Illegal Curve Hockey.
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Even after All-Star break, Lakers still looking for their comfort zone

On the night Damian Jones made his Lakers debut against Golden State, Dennis Schröder quickly formed an easy chemistry with his new teammate. The first pick-and-roll action they ran, Schröder lofted it up for an alley-oop slam for Jones. Almost immediately, Schröder heard a playful prod from Anthony Davis from the bench: Where have all those lobs been for him? “He looked at me and was like, ‘Why you can’t do that with me?’” Schröder recalled. “I mean, we’re still trying to figure it out. I think...
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Sheldon Keefe Post Game, Jets 5 vs. Leafs 2: “We had a real hard time stringing together two passes tonight”

Sheldon Keefe addressed the media after his team’s 5-2 loss to the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday night that dropped the Leafs’ record to 19-8-2 on the season. On why it was difficult for the team to generate offense in this game: I thought we had a real hard time stringing together two passes tonight. On […] The post Sheldon Keefe Post Game, Jets 5 vs. Leafs 2: “We had a real hard time stringing together two passes tonight” appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
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The Latest: All Duke University undergrads must quarantine

By The Associated Press DURHAM, N.C. — Duke University issued a quarantine order for all of its undergraduates effective Saturday night due to a coronavirus outbreak caused by students who attended recruitment parties, the school said. The university said in a statement that all undergraduate students will be forced to stay-in-place until at least March 21. Suspension or dismissal from the school are potential punishments for “flagrant or repeat violators.” Over the past week, the school has rep...
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As Platini faces his days in court, FIFA’s legal woes pile up

Lausanne (AFP) – Michel Platini will face Swiss prosecutors on three consecutive days next week as he answers questions in two of the raft of cases that still beset global football and its leaders, past... Visit for the rest of the story.
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Body of Glendale woman found nearly a week after she went missing during a hiking trip

GLENDALE — A 37-year-old Glendale woman was found dead Saturday, nearly a week after going for a one-day hike in the Angeles National Forest. The body of Narineh Avakian was located about 1:30 p.m. near the Mount Waterman Trail, according to Glendale police. A preliminary investigation indicated foul play was not involved, police said. The investigation continued with the coroner’s office to determine the cause of death. There was an extensive search by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Departmen...
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Video- Saturday Headlines

Chris Johnston, host Ron MacLean and Elliotte Friedman with tonight's topics. A couple of the Canadian division teams would like to see the division continue.  Also discussed was the draft and the quarantine period of players being traded. NBC is not a slam dunk for the 2nd TV package alongside ESPN.  A Jack Eichel health update (not good) and Troy Terry's name popping up in trade talk. via Sportsnet,  
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Channel Seven awarded only small rights discount as court date looms

The broadcaster has been told it can get back just over A$5 million
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Marvin Hagler kept knocking on doors, and knocking out foes, until the world answered

Marvin Hagler did not play boxing. He brought every real slight and thousands of perceived ones into every ring. Usually he walked out and the other guy was carried. Fighting Hagler was not a career enhancer. He got more hang-ups than a telemarketer. Joe Frazier once told Hagler that he had three obstacles: “You’re black, you’re a southpaw and you can punch.” Hagler also came up walking in his own shoes and riding nobody’s coattails. There were pretty faces all around: Ray Leonard, Ray Mancini, ...
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Video- A Banner Is Raised In Tampa

Short version (3:41) is first, longer version (10:03) is below.   Continue reading "Video- A Banner Is Raised In Tampa"
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Phinsider Question Of The Day 03/13/2021

Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images As free agency and the draft inch ever closer, the number of rumors around the NFL grows and multiplies in spades, especially when it comes to our very own Miami Dolphins
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Homeless and humbled by grief, he found a home to last via pilot housing program

Chris Gray and his wife, Deborah, and the dog they’d adopted from a homeless friend, had criss-crossed Los Angeles County many times before they pulled up to the apartment building, praying that a program called LeaseUp had secured them a home to last. Gray lost his job at a carbon factory in 2015, and his apartment in Long Beach a year later. Since then, they’ve slept in their car, tried unsuccessfully to make a life in Lancaster and stayed in motels here and there, though that drained their me...
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Ely, Nevada: The New Riding Boom Town

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How to watch UFC Fight Night: Edwards vs. Muhammad

Looking forward to watching UFC Fight Night: Edwards vs. Muhammad tonight? Here's how to do it with ESPN+.
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Marvin Hagler, middleweight boxing legend, dies at 66

Marvin Hagler, the middleweight boxing great whose title reign and career ended with a split-decision loss to Sugar Ray Leonard in 1987, died Saturday. He was 66. Wife Kay G. Hagler confirmed the death on Facebook on the verified Marvelous Marvin Hagler Fan Club page. “I am sorry to make a very sad announcement,” she wrote. “Today unfortunately my beloved husband Marvelous Marvin passed away unexpectedly at his home here in New Hampshire. Our family requests that you respect our privacy during t...
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UCLA gymnastics caps Senior Day and Pride Meet with decisive win

With Pauley Pavilion decked out in balloons, confetti and colorful flags, UCLA gymnastics beat San Jose State 197.100-193.575 at the Bruins’ Senior Day and Pride Meet on Sunday. Freshman Chae Campbell won the all-around competition with a 39.500 score, bettering teammate Margzetta Frazier with a first place in floor to take the title. Frazier scored 39.250 for second all-around. The Bruins (6-2) claimed the top four spots in vault, as Nia Dennis placed first with a 9.900 mark, followed by a thre...
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ESPN Deal Was All About The Money

from Larry Brooks of the New York Post, Spare me the nostalgia over a theme song that probably not one of the big-money folks over at ESPN, who have spent years on air without mentioning the NHL, could identify even if LeBron James and Tom Brady were humming it. Don’t preach to me about how much the NHL will benefit from the exposure of having its games televised on one or another of Disney’s platforms, streaming or otherwise. Here’s what I have always wanted to know: What would posse...
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Video- Braden Holtby And His Mask

via Sportsnet's YouTube page, Take a look at how NHL goalie Braden Holtby connected with Coast Salish First Nation artist Luke Marston to create a new mask to properly honour the Coast Salish people.  
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Cactus League baseball: Soaking up the sun while hope steps to the plate

  Bridget Binsbacher, executive director of the spring training Cactus League. (Photo courtesy of Bridget Binsbacher)   “Spring training is a sign of hope and optimism, and that’s true this year more than ever.” – Bridget Binsbacher, executive director of the spring training Cactus League in Arizona. I’m good to go. I’ve had my Moderna vaccine shots, got my tickets, a place to stay, and a car to get me there. For the first time in a year, I’m heading out of town, and going to a place where ...
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Shohei Ohtani satisfied with second outing but Angels lose to White Sox

THE GAME: The Angels gave up five runs in the second inning, all charged to Shohei Ohtani, and lost 6-5 to the Chicago White Sox in a Cactus League game on Saturday at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Ariz. It was the Angels’ first nine-inning game of the spring. PITCHING REPORT: Ohtani recorded seven outs over parts of three innings in his second outing of the spring. He was pulled with two outs in the second and two runs in, and all three runners he left on base came around to score. He returned t...
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Match of the Day analysis: Why Burnley winger Dwight McNeil impressed Alan Shearer

Alan Shearer analyses Dwight McNeil's performance against Everton and says the Burnley winger "probably won't score many better goals" than his stunning strike.
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Transfer rumours: Pope, Ronaldo, Solskjaer, Pogba, Wijnaldum, Alaba, Vestergaard

Manchester United interested in Burnley keeper Nick Pope, Cristiano Ronaldo focus on rest of season with Juventus, Chelsea and Man City given David Alaba hope, plus more.
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As pool of eligible vaccine-seekers expands, more clinic sites added in LA County

With the pool of eligible COVID-19 vaccine recipients about to expand again Monday, Los Angeles County is getting some additional vaccination clinics. The county’s rate of new cases and hospitalizations continued their general decline on Saturday, March 13. The county health department reported 793 new cases of COVID-19 and 42 additional deaths, bringing the totals to 1,209,632 cases and 22,446 deaths since the pandemic began. The number of county residents in the hospital with the virus dropped...
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Sabres’ Eichel Out for ‘Foreseeable Future’

Could the Buffalo Sabres’ season get even worse? Yes. Mired in a nine-game losing streak, the Sabres will be without their captain, Jack Eichel, for “the foreseeable future.” Head coach ... Read more Sabres’ Eichel Out for ‘Foreseeable Future’
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LAUSD families rally for better school reopening plans

Aviva Hayempour, left, and Samani Crook, 6, join South Los Angeles families rallying for the reopening of schools at Ted Watkins Memorial Park in Watts on Saturday, March 13, 2021. (Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer) Samani Crook, 6, came with her grandmother and sister to join South Los Angeles families rallying for the reopening of schools at Ted Watkins Memorial Park in Watts on Saturday, March 13, 2021. (Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer) Sound The ...
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Fulham 0-3 Man City: Sloppy mistakes cost us - Scott Parker

Fulham boss Scott Parker says "sloppy" mistakes cost his side as the Cottagers missed the chance to move out of the bottom three following a 3-0 defeat by Manchester City.
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Previewing March 13th’s Most Important Games

Photo by Lizzy Barrett/Getty Images It’s a fairly light schedule today for what is usually the first weekend of conference playoffs. These Trying Times have led to a lot of conferences moving to a single-site single-weekend single-elimination formats with more mid-week games. So instead of seeing the majority of college hockey facing off in elimination games in best-of-three series, we’ve only got a small handful of games to be played this Saturday. But there are some intrigu...
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