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Canadiens Jonathan Drouin Disappointed with Season-ending Slump

BROSSARD, Que. — Canadiens forward Jonathan Drouin doesn’t need to check social media or turn on a television to get a sense of how Montrealers have felt about him for the last month. “I’m a smart enough man to know that when you haven’t produced in 17 games, the city’s probably turning a little on you,” Drouin said on Tuesday as the Canadiens cleaned out their lockers. No Playoffs In Montreal (Again) For the third time in four seasons, there will be no playoff hockey in Montreal — an...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Canada, Finland, Slovakia, Hockey, Montreal, Tampa Bay Lightning, Montreal Canadiens, Canadiens, Drouin, Jonathan Drouin, Carey, Habs, Antti Niemi, Max Domi

NHL News & Notes: NHL Draft Lottery, Voynov & More

In today’s News & Notes, the NHL Draft Lottery took place Tuesday, Slava Voynov has been suspended for the entirety of the 2019-20 season and Antti Niemi won’t be returning to the Montreal Canadiens according to Marc Bergevin. NHL Draft Lottery Results The New Jersey Devils have won the NHL’s Draft Lottery for the second time in three seasons. The Devils would win the Lottery in 2017 when they would move all the way up to No. 1 overall from fifth-overall to select Nico Hischier. In two s...
Tags: Column, News, Russia, Sport, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, New York Rangers, Chicago Blackhawks, Los Angeles Kings, New Jersey Devils, Florida Panthers, Montreal Canadiens, Canadiens, Gary Bettman, Devils

Recap of the Copyright Office’s Section 512 Study Roundtable

On Monday, I participated in a Copyright Office roundtable regarding their long-delayed report on Section 512. The roundtable was intended to update the study’s record from 2017, when progress stalled on the report. Thus, the topic nominally was to discuss how the law, especially the caselaw, had changed in the intervening years. In fact, 512 caselaw has noticeably slowed down since 2017, so there are only a handful of cases to discuss, and they reached messy results. Some cases since Jan. 1, 20...
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Canadiens Beat Maple Leafs – Ryan Poehling Shines in Debut

MONTREAL — Ryan Poehling notched a hat trick and then added the shootout winner in his NHL debut as the Montreal Canadiens beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 6-5 in the season finale for both teams on Saturday. Jordan Weal and Andrew Shaw also scored for the Canadiens (44-30-8), who were eliminated from playoff contention on Friday night. Goalie Charlie Lindgren, in his first game of the season, stopped 44-of-49 shots. Lindgren filled in for Carey Price, who had started the previous 13 games. ...
Tags: Toronto, Sport, Ncaa, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, New York Rangers, Boston Bruins, Montreal Canadiens, Canadiens, Auston Matthews, Leafs, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Lindgren, Columbus Blue Jackets

New Leaf Vote for for May 2019 • You're Never Too Young: Children

Let's select the book we'll read and discuss in May 2019! We love new participants. We're happy for you to vote, but we'd like to request that you not vote unless you plan to join the discussion whatever the selection, in the interest of a vibrant conversation. :) So if you haven't posted in a book club thread yet, do please say a quick hello here or in the Welcome thread. This is a poll. Vote for as many books as you'd like. Questions? FAQs |
Tags: Amazon, Books, UK, Boston, Nazis, Russia, Time, Neil Gaiman, US, Canada, Maine, Book Clubs, Moscow, Leo, Jack, ANN

700 Years of Persian Manuscripts Now Digitized and Available Online

Too often those in power lump thousands of years of Middle Eastern religion and culture into monolithic entities to be feared or persecuted. But at least one government institution is doing exactly the opposite. For Nowruz, the Persian New Year, the Library of Congress has released a digital collection of its rare Persian-language manuscripts, an archive spanning 700 years. This free resource opens windows on diverse religious, national, linguistic, and cultural traditions, most, but not all, I...
Tags: Google, Art, Europe, Books, Congress, College, India, Poetry, Religion, Iran, Literature, North America, Archives, British Library, Tajikistan, Atlas Obscura

Persian Manuscripts Spanning 700 Years, Now Digitized and Available Online

Too often those in power lump thousands of years of Middle Eastern religion and culture into monolithic entities to be feared or persecuted. But at least one government institution is doing exactly the opposite. For Nowruz, the Persian New Year, the Library of Congress has released a digital collection of its rare Persian-language manuscripts, an archive spanning 700 years. This free resource opens windows on diverse religious, national, linguistic, and cultural traditions, most, but not all, I...
Tags: Google, Art, Europe, Books, Congress, College, India, Poetry, Religion, Iran, Literature, North America, Archives, British Library, Tajikistan, Atlas Obscura

Providence Bruins: Work Still Needed to Clinch Playoff Berth

The Providence Bruins won just one of their last three games, dropping a midweek game on the road to the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins before splitting over the weekend . The Penguins needed the win to stay within striking distance, only three points behind the P-Bruins for the division’s final playoff spot. Picking up a win over the Syracuse Crunch on the three-game road trip was enough to keep the Penguins three points away. With six games remaining in 2018-19, there were also some headlines...
Tags: Usa, Boston, Sport, Rangers, Penguins, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Providence, Bruins, McIntyre, Syracuse Crunch, Providence Bruins, Carey, Wilkes Barre Scranton Penguins, Hershey

Craig Ferguson will perform stand-up in LA for the first time in April

It really sounded like actor, comedian, author and television host Craig Ferguson was trying to pull a fast one when he started out this interview by nonchalantly stating that he’d never performed a proper stand-up show live in Los Angeles before. He swears it’s true, but how? The 56-year-old, who is originally from Glasgow, Scotland, called L.A. home for more than two decades and “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” was filmed in front of a live studio audience in L.A from 2005-2014. It see...
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Mid-Week Hockey Notes

from Jeff Gordon of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, - Since Dec. 1, Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price has allowed two goals or fewer in 29 of his 43 appearances while posting a .926 save percentage. - Columbus Blue Jackets goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky is on a nice run (14-7-0 with six shutouts and a 0.930 save percentage since early February) which will drive up his value as an unrestricted free agent. - While the Florida Panthers are widely speculated to be the prime suitor f...
Tags: Sport, Jeff Gordon, Florida Panthers, Montreal Canadiens, South Florida, Columbus Blue Jackets, Sergei Bobrovsky, Carey, James Reimer, Roberto Luongo, Luongo, Bobrovsky, St Louis Post Dispatch Since Dec

NHL News & Notes: Cooper, Ladd & More

In today’s News & Notes, the Tampa Bay Lightning have signed Jon Cooper to a multi-year contract extension, Andrew Ladd has suffered a torn ACL and is out for the remainder of the season and the Boston Bruins have signed Paul Carey to a two-year contract extension. Related: NHL News & Notes: Fabbro, Oettinger, Farabee & More Lightning Give Cooper Contract Extension The Lightning have signed Cooper to a multi-year extension. This new deal comes amid one of the best seasons in modern NH...
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9 Tips for Your Trip to Machu Picchu

I went to Peru’s Machu Picchu and Sacred Valley with a dear friend of mine to celebrate the big 4-0. To mark this milestone birthday, I had a certain scenario in mind. After an absolutely punishing year that included a health scare, job loss, a move, the aftermath of a nasty breakup and a family tragedy, I imagined myself standing powerfully on top of Machu Picchu, where I’d throw my hands up in the air and shout: “Hey world, look at ME! I am a goddess! A superheroine! A doer of great things!” ...
Tags: Travel, New York City, Spain, Backpacking, Peru, South America, Columbia University, Pbs, Travel Tips, All Posts, Lima, Adventure Travel, Machu Picchu, Skyscanner, Destinations, Cusco

My Favorite “Minor” Museums

O ver the past eighteen months, I have been traveling the world searching for objects related to the history of Christianity. Over the course of my journey I have visited some of the world’s great museums. And as much as I have enjoyed these world-class institutions, I have also found special benefit in visiting much smaller ones. While the great museums try to tell the stories of entire ages and civilizations, their smaller siblings usually have much more modest goals—to tell...
Tags: London, France, Scotland, China, Germany, Articles, America, Blogging, Atlantic, Korea, Zambia, Luther, Livingstone, Wheaton College, Victoria Falls, Hastings

European Union: Brexit: Cross Border Disputes And Enforcement Of Foreign Judgments - Matheson

Following on from our guide to Brexit and Contracts here, Julie Murphy O'Connor, Karen Reynolds and Gearóid Carey take a look
Tags: News, Brexit, Carey, Matheson, Julie Murphy, Connor Karen Reynolds

Korea scores trio in ninth end to edge Canada 7-6 at world women's curling event

SILKEBORG, Denmark — Korea's Min-Ji Kim scored three in the ninth end to edge Canada's Chelsea Carey 7-6 on Saturday at the world women's curling championship.It was the first game of the tournament for both rinks.Carey's draw to tie it in the 10th end wrecked on a guard, giving Korea the victory."We just struggled to figure out the ice," said Carey, whose Calgary-based team also includes third Sarah Wilkes, second Dana Ferguson, lead Rachel Brown and alternate Jill Officer."...
Tags: Japan, News, Sweden, Russia, Canada, Liverpool, Korea, Sydney, Switzerland, Finland, Denmark, Latvia, Kim, Calgary, Ottawa, Winnipeg

NHL News & Notes: Price, Wheeler & More

In today’s News & Notes, Carey Price set the all-time win record for a Montreal Canadiens’ netminder, Blake Wheeler was absent from practice Wednesday and Robin Lehner returned to practice Related: NHL News & Notes: Eichel, Grzelcyk & Voracek Price Sets Canadiens’ Franchise Wins Record With his 3-1 victory against the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday, Price set the Canadiens’ all-time wins record for a goaltender with 315 career wins. He passed Canadiens’ legend Jacques Plante and cemented his leg...
Tags: Column, News, Sport, Wheeler, Jets, Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, NHL, San Jose Sharks, New York Islanders, Robin, Boston Bruins, Montreal Canadiens, Canadiens, Islanders, Buffalo Sabres

Devils’ Goaltending Problems a Thing of the Past

Things were looking dire for New Jersey Devils’ goaltenders early this season. Cory Schneider had a five-month layoff after offseason hip surgery and did not look like himself when he returned. Keith Kinkaid played in his absence but struggled with a starter’s workload. The Devils suffered as a result and had a quick plummet to the bottom of the NHL. While the Devils’ place in the standings hasn’t changed, it hasn’t been because of their goaltending. Mackenzie Blackwood has put up numbers ...
Tags: Sport, Canada, Switzerland, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Johnson, North America, University of Guelph, New Jersey Devils, Boston Bruins, Schneider, Devils, Columbus Blue Jackets, Cory Schneider, Henrik Lundqvist

Behind the Mask with Katie Fitzgerald of the Riveters

Prior to the second NWHL season, not many people knew Katie Fitzgerald’s name in the New Jersey/New York area. You can bet they know it now as she is already third on the league’s all-time wins list, won Goaltender of the Year as a rookie (2016-17), and after two shutouts in two playoff games she was named Playoff MVP following the Metropolitan Riveters Isobel Cup last March. Last week we caught up with the puck stopper as she and the Riveters attempt to become the first back-to-back champions i...
Tags: Boston, Sport, Netflix, New Jersey, Chad, Hockey, Illinois, Katie, NWHL, Carey, Patrick Roy, Fitzgerald, Carey Price, New York Riveters, Connecticut Whale, Frozen Four

Video- Coach’s Corner Tonight

Topics discussed by Don Cherry and Ron MacLean include:  Well-dressed men and kids, linesmen wasting time, Flint/London game, examples of a lacrosse goal and Curtis McElhinney was hung out to dry yesterday Players are mocking the Carolina celebration plus another example of mocking by Carey Price and Don Cherry on Ted Lindsay. via Sportsnet's YouTube channel,  
Tags: Sport, Carolina, Carey, Don Cherry, Curtis McElhinney, Ron MacLean, Ted Lindsay, Sportsnet s YouTube, Flint London

Devils Defensive Depth Improved with Carrick

Of the four trades that the New Jersey Devils made ahead of the NHL’s Trade Deadline only one brought back immediate help a.k.a. not a draft pick. While the trades of Brian Boyle (2019 2nd round pick), Marcus Johansson (2019 2nd round pick, 2020 4th round pick), and Keith Kinkaid (2022 5th round pick) brought back some assets that the Devils could us in the future, the trade of Ben Lovejoy to the Dallas Stars brought back 24-year-old defenseman Connor Carrick and a 2019 3rd round pick.   A vete...
Tags: Toronto, Sport, Dallas, Hockey, NHL, New Jersey Devils, Dallas Stars, Montreal Canadiens, Devils, Marcus Johansson, Brian Boyle, Carrick, Carey, John Hynes, Hynes, Ben Lovejoy

Henrique, Terry lead Ducks to 8-2 rout of Canadiens

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Adam Henrique scored twice, rookie Troy Terry had a goal and two assists, and the Anaheim Ducks interrupted Carey Price’s pursuit of the Canadiens’ career wins record with an 8-2 victory over Montreal on Friday night. Corey Perry and Devin Shore had a goal and an assist apiece during the Ducks’ […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Montreal, Anaheim Ducks, Canadiens, Corey Perry, Carey, Anaheim Calif, Adam Henrique, Devin Shore, Troy Terry, Henrique Terry

Ducks score 8 times in beatdown of playoff-contending Canadiens

Anaheim Ducks’ Jacob Larsson, left, of Sweden, and Montreal Canadiens’ Artturi Lehkonen, of Finland, look for the puck during the first period of an NHL hockey game on Friday, March 8, 2019, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) Anaheim Ducks’ Daniel Sprong, of the Netherlands, celebrates his goal as he skates past the Montreal Canadiens players during the first period of an NHL hockey game Friday, March 8, 2019, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) Sound The gallery will r...
Tags: Sweden, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Netherlands, Finland, NHL, Montreal, Terry, Ducks, Jones, Anaheim-ducks, Murray, Montreal Canadiens, Canadiens, Coyotes

Push for the Playoffs: Hurricanes, Canadiens look to build some cushion in East

The Carolina Hurricanes and Montreal Canadiens received some big help on Thursday in the form of the Columbus' Blue Jackets loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins (read about it here), keeping both of them two points up in the Eastern Conference Wild Card race. Now they have a chance to help themselves on Friday night. The Canadiens missed an opportunity to gain some ground with their loss to the San Jose Sharks on Thursday, but are right back in action tonight when they visit the Anaheim Ducks wi...
Tags: NHL, San Jose Sharks, Columbus, Anaheim Ducks, Montreal Canadiens, Canadiens, Pittsburgh Penguins, Carey, Blue Jackets, Carolina Hurricanes and Montréal Canadiens, Hurricanes Canadiens

New Video: Mariah Carey “A No No”

Mariah Carey goes for a ride in the music video for her single, “A No No.” The singing diva hops on a train, that turns out to be quite a mobile party. Stunning and glowing as always, Mimi takes in fun even bringing her twin kids, Moroccan and Monroe, for the trip. Sampling Lil’ Kim and Lil’ Cease’s “Crush On You,” “A No No” appears on Carey’s Caution LP, released last year. Continue after the jump…. Previously: Mariah Carey Performs “With You” on Good Morning America (Video) Mariah ...
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Canadiens Crown Kings – Price Ties Plante Record

LOS ANGELES — Carey Price tied Jacques Plante for most career wins by a Montreal Canadiens goalie, making 26 saves in a 3-1 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday night. Price won his 314th game in 611 appearances for Montreal, matching the total Plante had in 556 games with the team. Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price stop a shot from Los Angeles Kings’ Jeff Carter (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez) The Canadiens remained tied with Pittsburgh for the first Eastern Conference wild ca...
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Carey Price, Canadiens prove too tough for struggling Kings

The Kings’ Ilya Kovalchuk, right, works against the Montreal Canadiens’ Brett Kulak during the second period of Tuesday’s game at Staples Center. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez) Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick, right, stops a shot from Montreal Canadiens’ Jordan Weal, left, during the first period of an NHL hockey game Tuesday, March 5, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Montreal Canadiens’ Max Domi (13) contr...
Tags: Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Kings, NHL, Montreal, St Louis, Columbus, Dustin Brown, Los-angeles-kings, Montreal Canadiens, Canadiens, Weber, Tyler Toffoli, Jordan Weal

Devils’ Bastian Brings His Best in Second NHL Chance

Just like his head coach with the New Jersey Devils predicted following the rookie’s NHL debut on Jan. 19, Nathan Bastian was back in New Jersey for a second go-round this season. After the lone game in the NHL he was sent back to the AHL and over 13 games the Devils’ prospect had eight points, including seven goals for the Binghamton Devils. “I wasn’t sitting around waiting for a call-up. I was trying to force it,” Bastian told The Hockey Writers, “trying to earn it and you never know. They tel...
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Providence Bruins Impacted by NHL Trade Deadline

The Providence Bruins’ blistering pace has come to a halt of late. At 2-3-1 in their last six, the Baby B’s are looking to regroup to hang on to the Atlantic Division’s fourth and final playoff spot. They can now fully focus on that playoff run as the trade deadline is behind them. For AHL clubs, it’s something out of their control. The organization makes decisions that may not necessarily be in the best interest of the minor league team, but Monday’s deadline wasn’t devastating to playoff aspir...
Tags: Boston, Sport, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Smith, Providence, Bruins, Atlantic Division, Marcus Johansson, Providence Bruins, David Pastrnak, Carey, Brad Rempel, NHL Trade Deadline, Paul Carey

Carey bullish on 2020 calendar as Mexico misses deadline

Mexican Grand Prix organisers say they have missed a deadline for inclusion on the provisional 2020 Formula 1 calendar, but insist that they are still working to ensure that the race is included.
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Video shows G Carey Price comforting young fan who lost mom

MONTREAL (AP) — Canadiens goalie Carey Price is being praised as a “class act” after he stopped to talk to a boy whose mother recently died of cancer. Tammy Whitehead, the 11-year-old’s aunt, published a video of the meeting on Facebook and by Friday morning it had been viewed more than 4.4 million times. “I […]
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