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Analysis: Depth and versatility of the Maple Leafs’ forward mix appears notably improved after latest addition of Nick Ritchie

The Maple Leafs have seemingly capped off their bargain free agent signings with the most notable name and highest-price forward signing of the bunch so far, bringing in Nick Ritchie on a two-year, $2.5 million AAV contract. Fans in these parts will need no introduction to the 6’2, 230-pound Ritchie. The Leafs famously selected William […] The post Analysis: Depth and versatility of the Maple Leafs’ forward mix appears notably improved after latest addition of Nick Ritchie appeared first on Mapl...
Tags: Sport, Analysis, William, Leafs, Maple Leafs, Ritchie, Nick Ritchie


Think of your COVID-19 vaccine as a seatbelt, not impenetrable armor

Marianne Ayala/Insider COVID-19 vaccines aren't perfect, and you can still get sick after you have all your shots. But a vaccinated person's infection will likely be milder, because their body has built up its defenses. Vaccines are a lot like seatbelts: they save lives, but they can't prevent crashes. See more stories on Insider's business page. Vaccines provide a strong disease-fighting advantage. But they don't make you immune to infection.When it comes to COVID-...
Tags: Science, Washington Post, US, Trends, Analysis, Delta, National Institutes of Health, Graham, John Mcdonnell, Baton Rouge, Provincetown Massachusetts, Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center, Vaccine Research Center, Hilary Young, Coronavirus, COVID


Instant Analysis: Maple Leafs make a cheap bet on high upside with Ondrej Kase signing (one year, $1.25 million)

The Toronto Maple Leafs have continued their bargain-bin shopping spree, this time signing high-upside right winger Ondrej Kase to a one-year, $1.25 million contract. The potential has always been obvious with Kase – he has recorded 97 points in 207 career games, including a 20-goal season and another season right after where he was on […] The post Instant Analysis: Maple Leafs make a cheap bet on high upside with Ondrej Kase signing (one year, $1.25 million) appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotsto...
Tags: Sport, Analysis, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Kase, Leafs News, Ondrej Kase


On David Kampf and the benefits of a decent checking line, the bet on Petr Mrazek, and available targets for the Maple Leafs

As we wait to see what the Toronto Maple Leafs decide to do with their remaining bit of cap space, let’s dive into a few thoughts on their moves so far. David Kampf and the knock-on benefits of a decent checking line We know what the Leafs were thinking with the David Kampf addition. It […] The post On David Kampf and the benefits of a decent checking line, the bet on Petr Mrazek, and available targets for the Maple Leafs appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
Tags: Sport, Analysis, Leafs, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Petr Mrazek, David Kampf


After a pause, iBuyers are back in a big way: Mike DelPrete

For anyone concerned that the iBuyer model wouldn’t be popular in a seller’s market, the evidence shows that it is resonating with consumers more than ever, and market conditions are in fact fueling its growth.
Tags: Analysis, Radio, Agent, Brokerage, Select, Opendoor, Ibuyers, Mike Delprete, iBuyer model, iBuyer purchase, Price Distribution


After addressing goaltending and leaving the defense intact, the Maple Leafs have questions remaining up front

The reality is that it was always going to be this way. Since losing out in the first round again, the Maple Leafs have made it abundantly clear that they believe in the core and have very little interest in moving out any of its pieces. Kyle Dubas is pretty much betting his job on […] The post After addressing goaltending and leaving the defense intact, the Maple Leafs have questions remaining up front appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
Tags: Sport, Analysis, Maple Leafs, Kyle Dubas


NYC agents to Dottie Herman: We’re not afraid to walk in the city

Douglas Elliman's CEO told Fox News that the rising crime rate is threatening NYC's real estate rebound, but agents who spoke with Inman on Thursday largely disagreed.
Tags: Analysis, Radio, Agent, Fox News, Compass, Inman, Douglas Elliman, Dottie Herman, Markets & Economy, Select, Brown Harris Stevens, Bess Freedman, Christopher G. Cox, Barbara Fox, Fox Residential, Pamala D'Arc


Michael Bunting signs with the Toronto Maple Leafs: two years, $950k AAV

The Maple Leafs have made a low-risk bet on cheap scoring upside with the acquisition of 25-year-old left-winger Michael Bunting on a two-year, $950k AAV contract. The Soo Greyhounds connections between the Leaf brass and Bunting made this a probable fit all along, and as MLHS reported last night, informal expressions of mutual interest between […] The post Michael Bunting signs with the Toronto Maple Leafs: two years, $950k AAV appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
Tags: Sport, Analysis, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, AAV, Bunting, Michael Bunting, Leafs News


Petr Mrazek signs a three-year, $3.8 million AAV contract with the Maple Leafs

The Maple Leafs have moved quickly in free agency to land a goalie to tandem with Jack Campbell, inking 29-year-old Czech goaltender Petr Mrazek to a three-year, $3.8 million AAV contract. **Breaking News** From what I’m told, it appears Petr Mrazek coming off an impressive 3 yr run with the @Canes , will be signing […] The post Petr Mrazek signs a three-year, $3.8 million AAV contract with the Maple Leafs appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
Tags: Sport, Analysis, Maple Leafs, Petr Mrazek, Jack Campbell, Leafs News


The first January 6 committee hearing was a searing indictment of the GOP's lies about the fatal Capitol attack

U.S. Capitol Police officer Aquilino Gonell wipes his eye as he watches a video being displayed during a House select committee hearing on the Jan. 6 attack on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, July 27, 2021. Jim Bourg/Pool via AP) The first House Jan. 6 committee hearing was a disaster for Republicans. Four police officers who fought off the pro-Trump mob ripped into the GOP for downplaying the riot. "The indifference shown to my colleagues is disgraceful," one officer said, slamming h...
Tags: Politics, New York, News, Washington, Senate, White House, US, America, Trends, Joe Biden, Indiana, Analysis, Gop, Washington Dc, House, Ohio


Offseason Game Plan: Toronto Maple Leafs

The Maple Leafs have a fascinating offseason ahead of them. With Zach Hyman set to sign in Edmonton, the Leafs have some serious work to do if they want to improve on last year’s roster, especially given their lack of cap space. This article will look at their primary needs, potential targets, and attempt to […] The post Offseason Game Plan: Toronto Maple Leafs appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
Tags: Sport, Analysis, Edmonton, Leafs, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Zach Hyman


No flood of foreclosures to come in pandemic’s wake. Here’s why

Anyone believing but there will be a flood of homes that will be foreclosed on either toward the end of this year or in 2022 is likely to be disappointed. Here's a closer look.
Tags: Video, Service, Analysis, Radio, Agent, Mortgage, Select, Matthew Gardner, Forbearance, Forbearance Program, Forbearance activity


Predicting the destinations of the NHL’s Top 50 free agents — including three potential Maple Leafs

The start of free agency is one of the most exciting days on the hockey calendar. Predicting where each free agent will go is an impossible task, but we’re not going to let that stop us from trying. I’ve provided a rough ranking of 50 free agents, but please don’t read too much into the […] The post Predicting the destinations of the NHL’s Top 50 free agents — including three potential Maple Leafs appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
Tags: Opinion, Sport, Analysis, NHL, Maple Leafs


Why the Maple Leafs cannot afford to play out the 2021-22 season with an unsigned Morgan Rielly on the roster

As free agency inches closer, the Toronto Maple Leafs find themselves in a stalemate over the value of cap space with the Edmonton Oilers, who will be signing Zach Hyman on Wednesday. This is not unfamiliar territory for the Leafs, save for the fact that they might actually salvage some value in return for Hyman […] The post Why the Maple Leafs cannot afford to play out the 2021-22 season with an unsigned Morgan Rielly on the roster appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
Tags: Opinion, Sport, Analysis, Edmonton Oilers, Leafs, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Morgan Rielly, Hyman, Zach Hyman


Selling to buy? It should get easier in coming weeks, report says

Conditions should start to improve for buyers while remaining great for sellers if current trends hold, according to a new Redfin report.
Tags: Analysis, Radio, Mortgage, Redfin, Inventory, Markets & Economy, Brokerage, Select, Home Prices, Pending Sales, Daryl Fairweather


5 ways 'Ted Lasso' shows how effective leadership can be achieved through kindness

Jason Sudeikis as Ted Lasso. Courtesy of AppleTV "Ted Lasso," a workplace comedy on Apple TV+, is especially relevant for managers and executives. The second season debuted on July 23. The show has dug its way into the hearts of viewers through its funny lessons about kindness. See more stories on Insider's business page. To Brendan Hunt, self-confidence is like a ferret."Imagine it's buried under a pile of rubble," the writer, actor, and cocreator of the Apple TV+ television show ...
Tags: Apple, Comedy, Leadership, Trends, Strategy, Management, Ted, Analysis, Premier League, Kansas, Illinois, Jason Sudeikis, Beard, Jones, Rogers, Hunt


Opendoor’s mortgage attach rate jumps, but at what cost? Mike DelPrete

For any company attempting to generate profits from adjacent services, and there are a lot, mortgage remains hard. It is no panacea for profitability.
Tags: Service, Analysis, Radio, Agent, Mortgage, Markets & Economy, Brokerage, Select, Opendoor, Title Insurance, Mike Delprete, Mortgage Attach Rate


Median existing-home price sails to record high

The median existing-home sales price rose 23.4% year over year, propelling the median price to $363,300, the highest on record, according to the National Association of Realtors.
Tags: Analysis, Radio, Zillow, Predictive Analytics, National Association of Realtors, Lawrence Yun, Markets & Economy, Select, News Brief, Matthew Speakman


Investor home purchases exceed pre-pandemic levels, hit record high

Investors purchased 67,943 US homes during the second quarter, for a total value of $48.5B, the highest figure on record, according to Redfin.
Tags: US, Atlanta, Analysis, Radio, Miami, Las Vegas, First-time buyers, Investors, Redfin, Charlotte, Providence, Phoenix, Virginia Beach, Montgomery County, Markets & Economy, Select


Flipping Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg is still prosecutors' best hope of nailing Trump

Trump Organization chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg exits after his arraignment hearing in New York State Supreme Court in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, U.S., July 1, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid The first charges in the Trump Organization investigation were all about CFO Allen Weisselberg. Prosecutors' laserlike focus on Weisselberg indicates he's still key to nailing Donald Trump himself. Experts say they wouldn't be surprised if additional indi...
Tags: Politics, New York, News, Trends, Analysis, Manhattan, Donald Trump, Trump, Stormy Daniels, Vance, Perry, New York State Supreme Court, Brendan Mcdermid, Trump Organization, New York City New York, Allen Weisselberg


College rankings have made school less affordable, less equitable, and more miserable for students. The pandemic exposed just how broken the system is.

The incentives around college rankings forced universities to take actions during the pandemic that made student experiences worse and more expensive. U.S. News & World Report; Samantha Lee/Insider College rankings don't measure aspects of universities that are the most beneficial for students. They're mainly based on factors that are determined by wealth, access, privilege, and selectivity. The pandemic showed how truly broken the system is, yielding worse experiences for students...
Tags: News, Education, Obama, Los Angeles, Trends, US news, Analysis, Brooklyn, University Of California, Usc, Northeastern University, Morse, University of New Mexico, Pell Grant, Paterno, Boston Magazine


Fox News and vaccines: What changed this week and what didn't as fears over Delta variant rise

Fox Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch and his son, CEO Lachlan Murdoch (left). Jean Catuffe/GC Images Insider Fox News heavily emphasized vaccine awareness and promoted their efficacy on Monday. While several hosts had previously touted the shots, Monday marked a significant departure. Splinters remain among the primetime lineup, and the White House has been in touch with the network. See more stories on Insider's business page. Typified by Sean Hannity's monologue Monday nigh...
Tags: Politics, White House, Trends, Cnn, Analysis, Fox, New York Times, Piers Morgan, Delta, Fox News, Vaccine, Dc, Biden, Rupert Murdoch, Elizabeth Ii, Murdoch


Can you really win riding three forwards? Why the Toronto Maple Leafs need to adjust their ice-time allocation

In the 2018-19 playoffs, the Toronto Maple Leafs were eliminated, yet again, by the Boston Bruins in a seven-game series. Despite Auston Matthews playing over 20 minutes in four of those seven games, his ice time really came into question after logging 18:48 in Game 7, which was third on the team behind John Tavares […] The post Can you really win riding three forwards? Why the Toronto Maple Leafs need to adjust their ice-time allocation appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
Tags: Sport, Analysis, Boston Bruins, Auston Matthews, Toronto Maple Leafs, John Tavares


Can you really win riding three forwards so heavily? Why the Toronto Maple Leafs need to adjust their ice-time allocation

In the 2018-19 playoffs, the Toronto Maple Leafs were eliminated, yet again, by the Boston Bruins in a seven-game series. Despite Auston Matthews playing over 20 minutes in four of those seven games, his ice time really came into question after logging 18:48 in Game 7, which was third on the team behind John Tavares […] The post Can you really win riding three forwards so heavily? Why the Toronto Maple Leafs need to adjust their ice-time allocation appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
Tags: Sport, Analysis, Boston Bruins, Auston Matthews, Toronto Maple Leafs, John Tavares


Rent prices skyrocket across the country: CoreLogic

Rent prices rose 6.6 percent from this time last year, according to the latest CoreLogic Single-Family Rent Index report released on Tuesday.
Tags: Analysis, Radio, Phoenix, CoreLogic, Markets & Economy, News Brief, Rent Prices, Property Portfolio, Cost Of Rent


Jeff Bezos offers a vision of flying through space colonies with our own wings. But is that the best way to save the human race?

Jeff Bezos unveiling the "Blue Moon" lunar lander on May 9, 2019. Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post via Getty Images In 2019, Jeff Bezos posed the question: "What happens when unlimited demand meets finite resources?" Bezos sees space as a place where the weather could be like "Maui on its best days" and, without gravity, where people would "fly with their own wings." Is the billionaire Amazon founder the best person to be lecturing about overconsumption in a world of finite resources?...
Tags: Amazon, Europe, Space, Elon Musk, Texas, London, News, Washington Post, Trends, Economy, Earth, Analysis, Atlantic, Britain, Pennsylvania, United States


The Maple Leafs took the most logical route with their expansion draft protection list

No surprise to fans of this team who weren’t born yesterday, the Maple Leafs’ decision to protect eight skaters and a goalie while leaving both Jared McCann and Alex Kerfoot exposed has been a subject of intense scrutiny in Leafs Nation over the last 24 hours. I want to start with a pair of facts […] The post The Maple Leafs took the most logical route with their expansion draft protection list appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
Tags: Opinion, Sport, Analysis, Maple Leafs, Jared McCann, Leafs Nation, Alex Kerfoot


Why I like the Jared McCann trade for the Toronto Maple Leafs

At 2:50 pm ET, many of us were lamenting the NHL as the most boring league on the planet. Adin Hill was the big move of the day with just 10 minutes until the expansion-imposed trade deadline. Boy, were we ever mistaken. Ryan Ellis went to the Flyers in a three-way trade that sent Nolan […] The post Why I like the Jared McCann trade for the Toronto Maple Leafs appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
Tags: Opinion, Sport, Analysis, NHL, Nolan, Toronto Maple Leafs, Jared McCann, Ryan Ellis, Adin Hill


Facebook will let users become 'experts' to cut down on misinformation. It's another attempt to avoid responsibility for harmful content.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Drew Angerer/Getty Images Facebook will let people in groups become experts, whose posts will be amplified. The idea is to designate "knowledgeable experts" who can serve as authoritative voices. But the move is another way Facebook is skirting responsibility for what is posted on its site. See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook is once again enlisting someone else to do its work for it.The company said this week that it would let the admini...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, News, Washington, Trends, Social Media, Analysis, Donald Trump, Border Patrol, Trump, Tech Companies, Tech Insider, Content Moderation, Facebook s News Feed, Katie Canales, DC Brent Stirton Getty Images Facebook


The problem with stock as a recruiting tool for Compass agents: Mike DelPrete

Stock option programs sound good on paper, but as we can see with Compass, the reality varies. The post-IPO performance of Compass' stock highlights the primary issue with stock as a recruiting tool.
Tags: Opinion, Recruiting, Data, Analysis, Radio, Teams, Agent, Compass, Brokerage, Select, Mike Delprete, Compass stock, Compass Ipo, Compass recruiting



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