Accused jaywalker wrongly fined $600

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first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinalsWith his mother vacationing in Colorado, Jim Coyle called Traffic Court and went to the San Fernando Courthouse this week to sort out the mess. He said a clerk told him his mother’s statement had been sent to “the wrong area of the building.” At Jim Coyle’s request, his mother’s paperwork was resubmitted and the hefty fine rescinded. “I don’t want to look at it with a jaundiced eye,” said Jim Coyle, who lives in North Hollywood. “It was just a simple mistake.” Traffic Court administrator Greg Blair said the failure-to-appear charge has been deleted from Coyle’s file and that Los Angeles police Officer Kelly, whose first name has not been disclosed, has until June 20 to mail the court his statement on what happened that day in February. In a trial by declaration, a judge decides a case based on written statements by the involved parties. A $114 jaywalking ticket given to an 82-year-old Sunland woman – a citation that sparked the ire of senior citizens citywide – almost cost the recipient $600 because of a clerical error by the court, officials said Friday. Mayvis Coyle was cited Feb. 15 for jaywalking after a police officer said she crossed busy Foothill Boulevard against the light. She then was slapped with a $600 fine for failing to appear in court – although her son, Jim, said she mailed paperwork seeking a noncourt trial well in advance of the filing deadline. What happened then to the documents – sent via certified mail – is unclear, Jim Coyle said. But when Mayvis Coyle’s declaration didn’t get into the right hands, a judge declared that she had failed to appear in court. He fined her $600 and sent her case to a collection agency. On Feb. 15, Kelly wrote Coyle a ticket, saying she entered the crosswalk on a don’t-walk signal. Coyle insists she entered on a walk signal. dana.bartholomew@dailynews.com (818) 713-3730160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more


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first_img Tags: French Ligue 1top Neymar (left) has 11 while Mbappe has scored 12 goals this season (Photo by Agency)The race for French Ligue One’s Golden Boot takes centre stage this weekend as three of the division’s four leading scorers lock horns at Stade de France.Nantes’ Argentine striker Emiliano Sala leads the top scorers charts with twelve goals along with Paris Saint Germain’s teenage starlet Kylian Mbappe Lottin.Sala will therefore be a marked man when the Canaries try to end PSG’s unbeaten start to the campaign.19-year-old Mbappe’s bid to become the division’s youngest ever top goal grabber has been impeded by extra rest he got from World Cup duty, a three game suspension for marching orders and riots that bedeviled France for a fortnight.After restricting him to a 30-minute cameo in the Coupe de La Ligue on Tuesday, PSG manager Thomas Tuchel is expected to start Europe’s young player of the year from the start.Another of the Parisians’ big guns, Neymar Junior, trails the top scorers by one goal and is itching for a return to the starting line up after being altogether omitted from PSG’s cup victory.The world’s most expensive player joins Mbappe and Edinson Cavani in attack as the runaway leaders seek to bounce back from consecutive draws away to Bordeaux and Strasbourg just before league action was interrupted by riots.Christophe Galtier’s Lille Metropole also have a player interested in the golden boot. Nicholas Pepe struck his best goal this season as Lille beat Nimes 3-2 to join Neymar on eleven goals.The Ivorian sensation once again leads the line together with Jonathan Ikone and Jonathan Bamba in a fabled ‘BIP’ attack as the Champions League chasing Lille welcome Alain Cassanova’s Toulouse to northern France.But the pick of the matches is in Montpellier where the high flying hosts battle stuttering Olympique Lyon. 2011 champs Montpellier feel they can pick point off Bruno Genesio’s side as the visitors had to contend with a grueling cup fixture at Amiens on Wednesday night.Saint Etienne, Bordeaux and Monaco all have winnable home ties against Dijon, Amiens and Guingamp respectively.Cameras are to be especially fully zoomed on Monaco’s clash with Guingamp as it is a winner takes all relegation six pointer.Fixture:Sunday.-Lille Metropole v Toulouse @11:00pm-Paris SG v Nantes @11:00pmMontpellier v Olympique Lyon @11:00pm-Strasbourg v Nice @11:00pm-Angers v Olympique Marseille @11:00pm-Monaco v Guingamp @11:00pm-Saint Etienne v Dijon @11:00pm-Rennes v Nimes @11:00pm-Reims v Caen @11:00pmSunday.-Bordeaux v Amiens @07:00pmComments last_img read more


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first_imgBrian Rohrbough, father of one of the students killed in the Columbine school shooting in 1999, spoke on CBS News “free speech” segment October 2 after the recent Amish school shooting.  Tonight (Nov. 22) on Fox News, the Bill O’Reilly show replayed an interview he had with Rohrbough about that CBS speech that led to a firestorm of reaction in the media and on the web (example).  It was taped last month on his Talking Points October 6.  O’Reilly titled it, “CBS News allows conservative point of view and all hell breaks loose.”  He especially had taken issue with a poor choice of words Katie Couric had used on her blog, “We knew when we decided to put on this segment that a lot of people would disagree with it.  We also knew some might even find it repugnant.”  Bill countered that he found nothing at all hateful in the father’s short, impassioned yet sincere statement.    What was so repugnant?  One thing was that Rohrbough had tied the massacre to the teaching of evolution.  In Media Matters Oct. 17, Erik Boehlert called these “fringe comments.”  With little sympathy for the bereaved father or his right of free speech, he said, “Rohrbough proceeded to uncork a radical-right sermon about how godless liberals were running the country by, among other misdeeds, teaching evolution in the classroom.”  O’Reilly asked Rohrbough specifically about that reference to evolution, in which he had stated,This country is in a moral free-fall.  For over two generations, the public school system has taught in a moral vacuum, expelling God from the school and from the government, replacing him with evolution, where the strong kill the weak, without moral consequences and life has no inherent value.The popular TV host appeared doubtful that evolution could have been a motive for the crime.  Rohrbough, however, backed up the claim without a flinch.  He told O’Reilly that evolution is implicated because it “gives the right to exterminate the weak.”  Even more startling, he claimed that tapes made by the boys before they went on the shooting rampage clearly state that they were plotting their act because of evolution.  That was evidenced further by the fact that Klebold wore a T-shirt on the fateful day proclaiming “Natural Selection.”    Rohrbough was frustrated that this evidence has not been released.  “Evolution was the basis for the attack on Columbine,” he told O’Reilly; “They said it themselves.  Unfortunately, the sheriff’s department won’t release the tape.”Why won’t they release the tape?  Possibly because it is vulgar and filled with foul language; maybe because they fear emotional trauma to the families.  Or, perhaps it is considered too “politically incorrect” to link such an evil deed to evolution, lest the image of Saint Darwin be dishonored.  Here’s a cause for concerned citizens to get involved and demand that the truth come out.  Darwinists may claim till the mutant cows come home that evolution is merely a scientific theory with no moral strings attached, but students know how to connect the dots to nihilism.  Need proof?  Revisit our 08/31/2006 entry.(Visited 23 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more


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first_imgThe honorary colonel, who in this capacity goes by the surname of Mhinga, performs an inspection at the Gymnasium.(Image: Kruger2Canyons News) Yvonne Chaka Chaka with UKZN vice-chancellor Prof Malegapuru Makgoba, after receiving her honorary doctorate in April.(Image: UKZN) Chaka Chaka performs at the World Bank’s HQ in Washington in 2006, as part of the Unite Against Malaria campaign.(Image: Simone McCourtie / World Bank)MEDIA CONTACTS • Col Mariette HartleySenior staff officer: SAAFcommunication+27 12 312 2778RELATED ARTICLES• Top WEF award for SA singer• Don’t underestimate South Africans• SA songbird backs malaria fight• Siren of the SA skies• Putting malaria to sleep, for goodJanineErasmusBusinesswoman, philanthropist, singer, motivational speaker – Yvonne Chaka Chaka is a versatile woman. Many people, though, may be oblivious to the fact that the South African singing icon is an honorary colonel in the South African Air Force (SAAF), and works closely with the young people of the Air Force Gymnasium, guiding them to make the right career and life decisions.“I was approached by the air force,” says Chaka Chaka of her recruitment in 2005, “and since then I’ve learned so much, it’s been so good. I really love it.”Her appointment falls under the SAAF’s outreach initiative Siyandiza (we’re flying), which encourages high school children, especially those from disadvantaged communities, to sign up for a career in the air force.Siyandiza holds annual camps for schoolchildren where, for a week, they’re not only exposed to the workings of the SAAF, but are also educated about life skills, self-discipline and etiquette, HIV/Aids awareness and substance abuse, as well as military matters.The initiative gives young people a taste of what lies in store for them, should they decide to pursue an air force career.Even that brief period is enough to change lives – during the two most recent camps held in July in the Eastern Cape and North West provinces, a pupil at one of the passing-out parades stated that the week had helped him to believe in himself and understand the folly of making wrong choices as a result of peer pressure.“We regularly take kids to play on the flying simulators at Montecasino [a casino complex in Johannesburg’s northern suburbs],” says Chaka Chaka, “and although they think it’s a game, they’re getting an idea of what it would be like to fly a real plane.”She’s assigned to the Air Force Gymnasium, based since 2009 at the Hoedspruit base near the Kruger National Park in Mpumalanga. This is the first stop for all new recruits. Here they’re assessed and shunted into the fields for which they show the greatest aptitude, and they all receive their basic training.“It’s not just about flying,” Chaka Chaka says, “but there is a place for engineers, navigators, air traffic controllers, medics, even musicians. Actually, it’s really about empowering yourself by making the most of the education that you get.”She regularly gets the call-up to interact with the recruits and do inspections at the base, and says she’s always impressed by the neatness and cleanliness she sees.“Being in the defence force teaches discipline and tolerance for others,” she says, adding that she personally believes that a stint of compulsory service would go a long way towards instilling those values in South Africa’s young people.“We need our kids to go to the air force. For those who want to serve their country but don’t know how, this is a good place to start.”Instilling good valuesBut it’s working with the Gymnasium’s young women that brings her the most gratification.“They’re far away from their home, you know,” she says, “so I talk with them about the challenges that they’ll be facing. I tell them that education comes before anything else, and that you should get to where you want to be on your own merit, and not through any other means.”This philosophy is very close to her heart – that women should use their innate talents to progress, and stand up to issues such as victimisation and harassment – and it’s one that she’s lived by.“I have no cause to regret anything I’ve done in my life,” she says. “I’ve always walked tall and I’ve done what I’ve done in my own way. I’ve never wanted to be at anyone’s mercy.”Chaka Chaka’s involvement doesn’t stop with the recruits – she challenges the brass too, advising them to freely impart their knowledge and skills and always have the best interests of their young charges at heart.She shares this advice wherever she goes – Chaka Chaka has adopted the school where she did her matric, and whenever she visits she reiterates the message, telling the children to believe in themselves and their abilities, and the teachers to treat their pupils like their own children.“I’m a mother myself, so I shoot from the hip when it comes to these issues – I tackle them head on.”In Women’s Month 2012, her message to all South African women is to encourage each other and to do away with self-doubt.“Women are the strength of the world,” says Chaka Chaka. “I gather my strength from the women who came before me.”A born leaderBorn in Dobsonville, Yvonne Chaka Chaka has enjoyed a 27-year-long career in entertainment and is one of the African continent’s most enduring and popular stars, loved as much for her humanity as for her talent.Besides her music, she heads her own charitable organisation, the Princess of Africa Foundation, which supplements her malaria awareness work for Unicef and the Roll Back Malaria Partnership.An experienced businesswoman, Chaka Chaka also runs her own promotions company and record label. She is the CEO of Gestetner Tshwane and has been a brand ambassador for First National Bank and DStv.She holds qualifications from the University of South Africa – an advanced diploma in adult education and a certificate in local government, management and administration.In January 2012 Chaka Chaka was named the first African woman to receive the World Economic Forum’s Crystal Award, given to artists who use their talent and time to improve the world around them. She joined the likes of renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma and Senegalese superstar Youssou N’Dour, both previous Crystal recipients.In April 2012 she received an honorary doctorate in music at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, at its humanities graduation ceremony.“The choice as women is ours, to rid ourselves of self-limiting beliefs and choose positive beliefs that enable us to move forward and take our rightful place in society to realise our dreams,” she said in her acceptance address.last_img read more


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first_imgThis is going to be easy. It isn’t. If it were easy to produce better results, you’d already be producing those results. This lie is designed to make you believe that you aren’t going to have to expend energy–emotional and physical–to produce better results.This is going to be fast. You know better results don’t come quickly. It takes time. You are going to have to work at things longer than you want to. It takes less time than you might think, but it isn’t going to be instant.This is going to be cheap. Better results aren’t cheap. They cost you time, energy, and money. Major results require major investments. If you don’t make those investments, you will not generate the results.This won’t require work on your part. You know the pitch. Get rich quick. Get fit and healthy in 8 minutes a day. These lies are designed to make you believe you can have the results without doing the work. Better results require that you first do the work. Success is something you have to pay for in advance.This is going to be problem free. There is a learning curve. You are going to make mistakes. Things are going to go wrong. You are going to hit roadblocks, obstacles, and dead ends. You are going to be frustrated. You will have problems. And you will find your way through.Anyone can do this and succeed. No they can’t. No they aren’t. If the results you want were easy to produce, everyone would be producing those results. Look around. This isn’t true, is it? Most people aren’t disciplined or dedicated enough to produce the better results you have set as your goals.You won’t have to change. All the results you want in your life are on the other side of change. You have to change your beliefs. You have to change your behaviors and actions. Only then to you get the better results.You will get everything right the first time. No you won’t. You are a work in progress. You are going to make mistakes. You are going to stumble. You are going to fail. And you will most definitely fall off the wagon from time to time. You will get it right the third time – or maybe the fourth. But even then, you will find room to improve. Get the Free eBook! Want to master cold calling? Download my free eBook! Many would have you believe that cold calling is dead, but the successful have no fear of the phone; they use it to outproduce their competitors. Download Now A lot of people promise better results. If you work in sales, you promise better results. These are 8 of the lies about better results you can’t tell yourself, you can’t buy from others, and you can’t sell your clients.last_img read more


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first_imgCALGARY – It’s more vital than ever that three other pipelines to oil export markets proceed as planned in the wake of TransCanada Corp. (TSX:TRP) shelving its Energy East pipeline on Thursday, says AltaCorp Capital analyst Dirk Lever.Lever says Canadian producers will have to transport any incremental new oil production over the next year or so using railcars, and the pipeline transportation system out of Western Canada will remain tight for years.“We already know the next incremental barrel of production has got to go by rail because the pipelines are effectively full,” he said Friday.In a report in July, RBC Capital Markets predicted oilsands production would grow by 900,000 barrels per day in the next five years thanks to startup of Suncor Energy Inc.’s (TSX:SU) 194,000-bpd Fort Hills mine and several smaller projects, including an 80,000-bpd expansion at Canadian Natural Resources Ltd.’s (TSX:CNQ) Horizon mine and upgrader.It pointed out that about three-quarters of the new bitumen production is not going to be upgraded, which means it will have to be diluted to create a product composed of 30 to 40 per cent lighter petroleum in order to flow in a pipeline. That will increase the demand for pipeline volumes beyond what is required for the heavy oil alone, it said.Opponents of pipeline projects who look at the oil forecasts and conclude they aren’t needed sometimes overlook the diluent component of shipping bitumen, said Tim McMillan, CEO of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers.“We will exceed our current and projected pipeline capacity by 2030 with (Energy East) gone … not just on a strategic level but by volume,” he said.Lever said Energy East could come off the shelf and be proposed again for regulatory approval if any of the other pipelines don’t go ahead or if market conditions change to encourage higher production growth.“Energy East was more than what was needed,” he said of the proposal to ship 1.1 million bpd from Alberta to New Brunswick.“Producers weren’t going to pay for that much excess capacity so I’m not surprised it fell to the wayside. If one of those (other pipelines) falls away, then Energy East would be needed.”He said the next capacity increase is expected to come with Enbridge Inc.’s (TSX:ENB) Line 3 pipeline replacement project, which is under construction in Canada and awaiting its last U.S. regulatory approvals in Minnesota. It is expected to add 370,000 bpd of capacity by early 2019.But that additional room will only just accommodate new output from oilsands expansions and the situation will remain tight until the Trans Mountain expansion pipeline to the West Coast proposed by Kinder Morgan is in service, expected to add 590,000 bpd by late 2019, Lever said. That project is being actively opposed in court by the B.C. government and other intervenors.TransCanada hasn’t yet approved its Keystone XL pipeline into the U.S. but Lever said its 830,000-bpd capacity would likely provide enough room for Canadian oil production growth until about 2030, when the industry expects Canadian production to reach five million barrels per day.Lever pointed out that having excess pipeline capacity is important because it gives producers options to supply different markets and offers the pipeline operators flexibility to schedule maintenance downtime.Follow @HealingSlowly on Twitter.last_img read more


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Each member of the line must be on the ice for a goal to qualifySource: Left Wing Lock CGYJ. GaudreauS. MonahanM. Ferland251267.6 Goals BOSB. MarchandP. BergeronD. Pastrnak21387.5% TORZ. HymanA. MatthewsW. Nylander24972.7 COLG. LandeskogN. MacKinnonM. Rantanen291467.4 NYIA. LeeJ. TavaresJ. Bailey241955.8 The best among the best lines in the NHLThe top 10 lines in the NHL in goals scored while playing 5-on-5, by percentage of goals for TMLeft wingCenterright wingForVS.For % PHIC. GirouxS. CouturierJ. Voracek231069.7 For the first couple months of the season, the Boston Bruins had more problems than they could handle. They had lost more games than they had won. They were firmly out of the playoff picture. Top-line center Patrice Bergeron and his linemate Brad Marchand had both missed time with injuries. So had second-line center David Krejci. Goalie Tuukka Rask was a husk of his former self, and looked for a moment as though he might lose his starting job. Matt Beleskey, who the Bruins decided to pay $19 million because he had a handful of good weeks during the spring of 2015, had been placed on waivers.1He cleared them and now plays for Boston’s AHL affiliate in Providence.This was a team that had won the Presidents’ Trophy as recently as 2013-14, and that had a core made up of several skaters who’d played in two of the past seven Stanley Cup Finals. This was also a team that had failed to qualify for two of the past three postseasons, and that hadn’t won a playoff series since they beat the Detroit Red Wings in the spring of 2014.But since a loss to the Washington Capitals in mid-December, the Bruins have been damn near untouchable: They are 14-0-4 in their last 18 games. The Bruins looked like basement dwellers a few months ago, and now pundits are wondering whether they’re legitimate Stanley Cup contenders. But are they for real, or is this streak just a tantalizing aberration?The Bruins are a balanced hockey team — seven skaters have at least 25 points — but much of their recent form can be attributed to the extraordinary play of a rejuvenated Rask and the top line of Bergeron, Marchand, and David Pastrnak, which has established itself as one of the best in the NHL.In his last 18 starts, Rask has lost exactly zero games in regulation; in his prior 13 starts, he had won just three. During his recent dominant stretch, Rask has stopped 94 percent of the shots he’s faced; during his disastrous stretch, he stopped just under 90 percent of the shots he faced.2Not what you’d expect from the NHL’s all-time leader in save percentage.Goaltender play is notoriously unstable, so these gulfs in Rask’s performance aren’t actually as shocking as they seem on the surface. Even if Rask’s save percentage regresses and he stops roughly 92 percent of the shots he faces for the rest of the season, the Bruins will be in good shape.To explain the dominance of Marchand, Bergeron, and Pastrnak, the best place to start is their possession numbers. Bergeron is yet again among the league’s elite faceoff takers, winning more than 57 percent of his draws.3That number drops a bit to roughly 53 percent on power play draws, but Bergeron can be forgiven — unless he’s the man in the penalty box, teams often task their best faceoff man with taking draws on the penalty kill. Among qualifying skaters, all three on Boston’s top line rank in the top 50 in Corsi percentage,4Adjusted for score, zone and venue. which estimates a player’s possession rate by measuring the percentage of shot attempts directed at his opponent’s net versus his own net while he’s on the ice. And because the Bruins’ top troika are sending so many shots toward their opponents’ nets, all three also rank in the top 15 for goals per 60 minutes.Among lines that qualify, only 11 others in the NHL have a higher combined shooting percentage than the combination of Marchand, Bergeron, and Pastrnak. And their goals for percentage — which takes the total number of goals scored while a line is on the ice together and calculates the percentage of those goals that were goals scored by the line — is by far the best in the league. LOSA. IafalloA. KopitarD. Brown201360.6 TBLV. NamestnikovS. StamkosN. Kucherov261957.8 DALJ. BennT. SeguinA. Radulov201360.6 VGKR. SmithW. KarlssonJ. Marchessault321666.7 None of this is to say the Bruins are a one-line team — they’re far from it. Rookie forwards Danton Heinen and Jake DeBrusk have already chipped in with 11 goals each, and rookie defenseman Charlie McAvoy5McAvoy recently underwent minor surgery to correct an abnormal heart rhythm, but is expected to return in two weeks. is building a solid case for the Calder Memorial Trophy. And David Krejci is a pretty decent second line center, too: He’s scored 24 points in 29 games, and he’s winning 56.3 percent of his faceoffs, by far the best mark of his career.Boston will lose in regulation again — Marchand, who is serving a five-game suspension, and McAvoy’s temporary absences should ensure this happens sooner than later. But there’s nothing in recent memory suggesting Boston’s top line will cease to be a possession beast any time soon.6All three forwards finished in the top ten in Corsi percentage in 2016-17. If they keep getting (and burying) their chances — and if Rask’s ascendancy holds up, which his dazzling career implies it might — the Bruins might find themselves playing hockey in June again. read more


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Freshman goalie Matt Tomkins protects his goal during a game against Michigan State Jan. 11 at the Schottenstein Center. The teams tied, 1-1.Credit: Kelly Roderick / For The LanternFreshman goalie Matt Tomkins returned to the lineup as the Ohio State men’s hockey team took four points from a weekend series against Michigan State.Tomkins, who sustained an injury during a 6-1 victory against Niagara Nov. 9, tallied 59 saves over the two games as OSU (11-6-1, 1-2-1) earned its first-ever points in the Big Ten play.A season-high crowd of more than 8,000 Saturday saw the Spartans ride an early lead all the way into the third period, only for the Buckeyes’ junior forward Darik Angeli to score midway through the final stanza.Neither team could find the winning goal in the final minutes or in the overtime period. The shootout ended 3-2 in favor of Michigan State, as Angeli was stopped by sophomore goalie Jake Hildebrand, giving the Spartans (6-10-3, 0-2-2) the extra point in the Big Ten conference standings.Friday night’s game saw the Buckeyes — who are tied for second in the Big Ten in goals per game with 3.25 — continue their strong attacking in a 5-3 victory. Leading the charge was junior forward Ryan Dzingel, whose three goals, to go along with an assist on a goal by junior forward Nick Oddo, extend his streak of games with at least a point to 10.Dzingel credited the play of his two linemates, Oddo and freshman forward Nick Schilkey, as the key to his recent success.“I feel like our line has been clicking and we know where each other are on the ice,” Dzingel said. “I enjoy playing with these guys and I was just fortunate enough to get a couple goals.”Michigan State coach Tom Anastos said after Friday’s game his team “had to be better” in the defensive zone.“I thought it was a big difference in our game because (defense is) really part of our identity,” Anastos said. “That’s the expectations we have, so that was much more in alignment with how we should be playing all the time.”The Buckeyes are scheduled to play against Big Ten opponents for the rest of the regular season. Coach Steve Rohlik said the competitive nature of the two games against Michigan State is something that will be repeated ad nauseam in the Big Ten.“It’s going to be a broken record every weekend,” Rohlik said. “It’s going to make our players better and it’s going to make us (as) coaches better.”Next up for the Buckeyes is a trip to Minneapolis for two games against No. 1 Minnesota. Their first game against the Gophers is outdoors at TCF Bank Stadium, home of Minnesota’s football team. Puck drop for the game is set for 9 p.m. Friday. read more


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first_imgThe Merseyside Police does not have enough evidence to prosecute the Liverpool Egyptian star but has given advice on mobile phone usageA video showing Liverpool Egyptian star Mohamed Salah texting while ignoring the team’s fans was published a few weeks ago.In the clip, he is seeing using his mobile phone while driving out of Anfield earlier in the 2018-2019 English Premier League season.And Merseyside Police have confirmed today there is not enough evidence to prosecute the professional footballer.Roberto Firmino, LiverpoolVirgil van Dijk praises Roberto Firmino after Liverpool’s win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Virgil van Dijk hailed team-mate Roberto Firmino after coming off the bench to inspire Liverpool to a 3-1 comeback win against Newcastle United.“We can confirm a 26-year-old man was spoken to following an incident on Arkles Lane in Liverpool on Sunday 12 August,” the police department said in a press release published by Goal.“Inquiries have taken place and there is insufficient evidence to support a prosecution and as such no further action will be taken.”“The man has been spoken to by officers and given advice and guidance around mobile phone use in a vehicle,” the Merseyside Police concluded.last_img read more


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first_imgParis Saint-Germain will play against Saint-Etienne later tonight as the team hopes to maintain their good run.Paris Saint-Germain is looking for its 20th victory of the 2018-2019 French Ligue 1 season.PSG will face Saint-Etienne tonight as the team comes from beating Manchester United at home in the UEFA Champions League.“Thomas Meunier will be missing tomorrow, Choupo-Moting is ill. He trained with us yesterday, but today he’s resting,” manager Thomas Tuchel explained to the team’s official website.“All the others should be available, we’ll wait until the end of the training session for the some of them. Neymar and Cavani are out.”“We’ll be cautious with those who have played a lot and those who have only just come back from an injury like Marco Verratti and Presnel Kimpembe,” he added.“They’re a very strong team that has done rather well against the league’s big teams, against the top five.”“They have experience and a lot of quality. We also know that the atmosphere at Saint-Étienne is great, and it’ll be a big challenge for us to play them at this stage of the season,” he commented.“When you’re at Paris Saint-Germain, you have to expect these kinds of games, you have to be ready and well prepared for each game because teams are waiting for us,” Tuchel added.Opinion: Neymar needs to apologize to PSG’s supporters Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 After such a dramatic summer during the transfer window, Neymar truly needs to apologize to all the PSG supporters this weekend.When Neymar finished last…“We have had two days off and two to prepare well. We’ll have to play to our best if we want to win at Saint-Étienne.”“At a club like Paris Saint-Germain, you always have to show that will to win, because we want to win everything. The players who are here want to play and win too,” the PSG boss added.“No-one at the club, whether it be the players or the staff, looks at the fixture list and considers this or that match more or less important.”“We are here to achieve objectives and we have to prove ourselves up to the task, every day. We have to be ready to take on any challenge that crosses our path,” he concluded.Good morning @DaniAlvesD2 ☀️✈️ @ASSEofficiel #goodcrazy #ASSEPSG pic.twitter.com/BO5MIIAnDr— Paris Saint-Germain (@PSG_English) February 17, 2019last_img read more