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MADISON, Wis. Josh Wilson Youth Jersey . -- Step back, dribble between the legs and fire away. Nik Stauskas played it cool in front of a raucous road crowd late in the second half to hit a clutch shot that helped Michigan hold on for a rare win at Wisconsin. Stauskas scored 23 points, including his key 3 with less than a minute left, and the Wolverines fended off a late surge for the 77-70 victory Saturday over the third-ranked Badgers. Stauskas said his first thought was to go to the rim, but that defender Nigel Hayes was overplaying him. "He kind of slid forward a little bit and I was open for 3 and I just tried to be aggressive and shoot it," Stauskas said. Caris LeVert added 20 for the Wolverines (13-4, 5-0 Big Ten), who celebrated a victory in Madison for the first time since 1999. But wins usually dont come easy at the Kohl Center for any team, and the Badgers (16-2, 3-2) made it difficult for Michigan in nearly overcoming a 15-point deficit. Wisconsin went on a 14-2 run late, and Ben Brusts putback got them within 68-67 with about 2 minutes left. But after whiffing on a 3 from the right wing, Stauskas hit his step-back 3 from the left side to give Michigan a 71-67 lead. "That step back is so fast, and that release is so fast," coach Bo Ryan said. "Hes quick, hes like a cat." Josh Gasser had 16 points for the Badgers, who lost their second straight after a school-best 16-0 start. "Kid just made a great play," Gasser said about Stauskas. Gasser, Wisconsins best defender, said he was supposed to be covering him, but a switch ended up with Hayes guarding on the play. Wisconsins hopes of another nail-biting win over Michigan were dashed. Last year, Brust hit a shot from just inside midcourt before time expired in regulation, then hit a 3 with less than 40 seconds in overtime to give Wisconsin a 65-62 victory. No such luck this year. Stauskas added four foul shots in the final 24.7 seconds to seal Michigans seventh straight win. He had 16 in the second half. "This game wasnt going to be over until that buzzer went off and we had the win," coach John Beilein said. "That was a great shot by Nik, but thats a lot of time left still for them to win the game." The Wolverines benefited from the cushion built from a first half in which they shot 60 per cent. Thats especially impressive given it was against Wisconsin, perennially one of the leagues best defensive teams under coach Bo Ryan. But defence was a problem again for the Badgers in their second straight loss after allowing Indiana to shoot 51 per cent earlier in the week. Ryan liked the effort for the most part. The Badgers credited their opponents for making their share of tough shots. Michigan got good looks inside early with crisp interior passing, though Ryan said he was happy overall with his teams ball-screen defence. But it was two 3s by LeVert in the first half that especially frustrated Wisconsins coach. "Sometimes when youre trying to fix something, guys arent quite sure and you just have to keep working through it," Ryan said. Still, the Badgers came back, bolstered by boisterous students back in town for the spring semester. The Kohl Center was rocking after the Badgers late run, during which Michigan at one point missed four shots and committed two turnovers. Hayes short jumper got Wisconsin within six with 4:45 to go before Brust put back his own rebound to get Wisconsin within a point. Thats when Michigan turned to Stauskas. His first 3-point attempt glanced off the rim but Michigan retained possession after a foul was called on Gasser. The ball went back to Stauskas, who shook off Hayes on the perimeter and coolly hit his 3 for a late four-point lead. "Were going to win this game and were going to win the game by being aggressive and if youre afraid to shoot it, youre afraid to take it at them, then lets get (you) out of the game, is the message," Beilein said. "And nobody checked out." Glenn Robinson III added 14 points on 6 of 8 shooting for Michigan, while Brust finished with 14 points and eight rebounds. Michigan also took advantage of uncharacteristically sloppy play by the usually savvy Badgers, stretching a five-point halftime lead to as much as 15 midway through the second half. Isa Abdul-Quddus Womens Jersey .com) - The red-hot Los Angeles Kings will try to extend their winning streak to a season-high seven games when they visit the Edmonton Oilers for Sundays clash at Rexall Place. LaAdrian Waddle Youth Jersey . McCarthy, a player who played some games in the second tier for Wigan at the start of this season, would go on to shine inside Evertons midfield, outplaying the man he was brought in to replace, on one of the grandest stages in English football. On Saturday, it was fitting that Manchester Uniteds most recent dagger into the chest was delivered by Frenchman Yohan Cabaye, a wonderfully gifted central midfielder who put on an outstanding effort for Newcastle at Old Trafford. http://www.shoplionsofficialjerseys.com/women-josh-wilson-lions-jersey-sale/ . First off, the fans ripped the Cubbies introduction of a fuzzy new kid-friendly mascot named "Clark".WINNIPEG -- The Winnipeg Jets have placed forward Evander Kane on injured reserve as he recovers from what coach Paul Maurice calls a deep cut on his hand. The move is retroactive to Jan. 7, when Kane last played in Winnipegs 4-2 loss to Tampa Bay at the MTS Centre. 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NASHVILLE -- The Anaheim Ducks regained their scoring touch -- with a little help from the Nashville Predators. Brandon Thompson Jersey Black Friday . After scoring only two goals in three straight losses, the Ducks beat the Predators 5-2 om Saturday night. Ryan Getzlaf scored twice and Jonas Hiller made 36 saves as Anaheim heads into the Olympic break with an NHL-best 41 wins and 87 points. The Predators also offered a boost. Anaheims first two goals were deflected in by Nashville players. The Ducks third goal, the go-ahead shot early in the third, was directed in by Emerson Etem after Hampus Lindholm unloaded a slap shot toward a crowded net. "You create your own chances," said right winger Corey Perry, who scored his 30th goal. "You go out there and you do the things that you got here and stick with them. Eventually its going to come." The Ducks, winners of five straight against the Predators, fell behind 1-0 and were outshot 14-7 in the first period. But Nashville failed to hold Anaheim scoreless in any period. Getzlaf tied it with 1:11 left in the period. The Canadian Olympians wrist shot from the left side deflected off Predators defenceman Roman Josi and by goalie Carter Hutton. Perry scored midway through the second. With 49 seconds left in a four-minute power play, Perry flipped a backhander toward the crease. The puck bounced off the skate of the Predators Victor Bartley and into the net. "When you havent won for a while, and then you get the lead, you get really determined," Anaheim coach Bruce Boudreau said. The Predators tied it early in the third on a power play that began in the second period. Fisher scored his 16th goal of the season on a slap shot 1:05 into the third. Etem broke the tie, getting in front of Hutton at the last second and deflecting Lindholms slap shot. Mathieu Perreault sealed the victory 3 minutes later by smacking in Daniel Winniks pass. "The goal that that was a killer was the fourth one," Nashville coach Barry Trotz said. "A couple of our forwards turned their back on the puck. He put it into an empty space where they just jumped on it." Getzlaf, who also had an assist, smacked an empty-net goal the length of the ice with 36 seconds left for his 29th goal. It was also his seventh three-point game of the season. With 67 points, hes second in the league behind Pittsburghs Sidney Crosby. Though it was their first win this February, the Ducks improved to 23-7 in their last 30 games, which includes an 11-2 mark on the road. "It was a real big win," Boudreau said. "We didnt want to go the next 20 days knowing we lost four in a row. That puts a little bit of distance between us and San Jose (80 points). It brings us closer to 90 now without teams catching up to us." Viktor Stalberg opened the scoring for the Predators with 8:25 left in the first period. Hiller blocked Victor Bartleys slap shot, but Stalberg was there to fling a shot over the sprawling goalie. Mike Fisher also bested Hiller on a power-play goal early in the third period for a brief 2-2 tie. Otherwise, Hiller thwarted Nashvilles best chances all night. In the second period, he made a play on a slap shot by Shea Weber that knocked the stick out of Hillers hands. Later, he emphatically snatched a wrist shot by Ryan Ellis. Hiller, who entered ranked 30th in the league with a .917 save percentage, will head to Sochi to play for Switzerland in his second Olympics. "I thought Hiller was a big difference," Trotz said. "I thought we played a real solid game and the most scoring chances weve created on any team this year was against the No. 1 team in the league." Despite just 24 shots by the Ducks, the Predators lost their third straight. Nashville will try to climb up from the bottom of the Central Division when it returns from the break. "We just have to keep playing the same way and fight hard every game," Josi said. "From now on, every game is going to be a playoff game, and we just have to make a push." Notes: Lindholm had two assists. ... Nashville has 60 points at 25-24-10 and is just one point behind Winnipeg. ... Ducks winger Teemu Selanne did not travel with the team to Nashville in order to gain some rest before joining Team Finland in Sochi for his sixth Olympics. ... Predators defenceman Michael Del Zotto played in his 300th game. ... Predators general manager David Poile, the general manager of the U.S. Olympic team, will not head to Sochi with Team USA after an puck hit him in the head on Thursday while in Minnesota. He had two successful surgeries on his nose and eye areas and remained in the hospital for further observation. Margus Hunt Jersey Black Friday . - After leading the Saints to a fourth playoff appearance in five seasons, Drew Brees expressed confidence in the direction of his team and, perhaps more importantly, showed a willingness to listen to contract proposals if the team needs his help getting under the NFLs salary cap. Reggie Nelson Bengals Jersey Cyber Monday . -- There were a lot of firsts for the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night. http://www.footballbengalsnfl.com/nike-marvin-jones-orange-jersey/ .B. -- The Baie-Comeau Drakkar took over sole possession of first place atop the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League on Thursday with their sixth straight win.PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. -- Henrik Samuelsson had four goals and an assist as the Edmonton Oil Kings crushed the host Prince George Cougars 8-0 on Friday in Western Hockey League action. Reid Petryk scored twice and added two assists for the Oil Kings (30-13-1) while Ben Carroll and Cody Corbett had a goal apiece. Mitchell Moroz tacked on three assists for Edmonton and Tristan Jarry made 17 saves for his sixth shutout of the season. Zach Pochiro was a team-worst minus-4 for the Cougars (17-24-6), who have just three wins in their last 10 outings. Prince Georges Adam Beukeboom started in net but was pulled after allowing five goals on 24 shots in 21 minutes of action. Ty Edmonds went the rest of the way for the Cougars and stopped 30-of-33 shots in relief. Edmonton went 3 for 6 on the power play while Prince George failed to score on five chances with the man advantage. --- ICE 6 PATS 1 REGINA -- Mackenzie Skapski stopped 22 shots as Kootenay handed the Pats their first regulation-time loss in six outings. Ryan Chynoweth, Luke Philp and Zach McPhee had a goal and an assist each for the Ice (23-20-4) while Sam Reinhart, Austin Vetterl and Jaedon Descheneau had the others. Dryden Hunt scored the lone goal for Regina (23-18-5) as Dawson MacAuley turned away 26-of-32 shots in defeat. Kootenay went 2 for 3 on the power play while the Pats went 1 for 2. --- BLADES 3 RAIDERS 1 SASKATOON -- Troy Trombley made 41 saves as the Blades snapped a four-game slide by defeating Prince Albert. Cory Millette, Nick Zajac and Brett Stovin supplied the offence for Saskatoon (13-31-4). Jayden Hart scored for the Raiders (22-20-2) with just 1:40 remaining in the third period to halt Trombleys shutout bid. Prince Alberts Cole Cheveldave turned away 19-of-21 shots in a losing cause. --- WHEAT KINGS 6 BRONCOS 5 BRANDON -- Peter Quenneville scored once and set up three more as the Wheat Kings slipped past Swift Current. Ryan Pulock and Tim McGauley each had a goal and two assists for Brandon (24-17-4) while Ryan Pilon, Jesse Gabriel and Richard Nejezchleb scored the others. Graham Black had a pair of goals for the Broncos (23-17-6) and Coda Gordon and Jay Merkley produced a goal and an assist apiece. Geordie Maguire scored once to round out his clubs offence. Jordan Papirny made 28 saves for the Wheat Kings. Eetu Laurikainen turned aside 36-of-42 shots for Swift Current. --- HITMEN 5 REBELS 1 RED DEER, Alta. -- Jake Virtanen had a goal and an assist as Calgary beat the Rebels for its first win in three outings. Colby Harmsworth, Mike Winther, Linden Penner and Joe Mahon also scored for the Hitmen (30-10-5) while Elliott Pederson and Alex Roach tacked on two assists apiece. Red Deer (22-21-2) got its lone goal froom Presten Kopeck. Vontaze Burfict Jersey Black Friday. Calgarys Chris Driedger made 23 saves for the win. Patrik Bartosak started in net for the Rebels but was pulled after allowing three goals on 10 shots. Taz Burman replaced Bartosak and stopped 16-of-18 shots in 32 minutes of relief. --- GIANTS 6 BLAZERS 2 KAMLOOPS, B.C. -- Dalton Thrower scored twice and Joel Hamilton had three assists as Vancouver handed the Blazers their sixth loss in a row. Tyler Morrison had a goal and an assist for the Giants (23-15-8) and Arvin Atwal, Thomas Foster and Travis McEvoy each scored once. Joe Kornlesen and Nathan Looysen scored for Kamloops (10-30-5). Payton Lee made 29 saves for Vancouver as Bolton Pouliot gave up six goals on 27 shots for the Blazers. --- WINTERHAWKS 8 WARRIORS 2 PORTLAND, Ore. -- Taylor Leier scored twice and Chase De Leo had four assists as the Winterhawks crushed Moose Jaw. Derrick Pouliot had a goal and two assists for Portland (29-12-5), Paul Bittner, Oliver Bjorkstrand, Dominic Turgeon and Brendan Leipsic had a goal and an assist apiece and Keegan Iverson scored once. Sam Fioretti and Brayden Point each had a goal and an assist for the Warriors (13-26-6). Brendan Burke made 24 saves for Portland. Moose Jaws Zach Sawchenko allowed four goals on 19 shots before giving way to Justin Paulic, who kicked out 13-of-17 shots in 27 minutes of relief. --- ROYALS 3 ROCKETS 1 VICTORIA -- Steven Hodges scored twice and set up one more as the Royals snapped Kelownas three-game win streak. Travis Brown also scored for Victoria (30-15-2) and Brandon Magee chipped in with two assists. Nick Merkley scored for the Rockets (36-6-2). Patrik Polivka made 34 saves for the Royals while Jordon Cooke turned away 24-of-27 shots in defeat. --- CHIEFS 2 SILVERTIPS 1 EVERETT, Wash. -- Eric Williams made 27 saves as Spokane held off the Silvertips to pick up at least one point in its seventh straight contest. Adam Helewka and Dominic Zwerger scored for the Chiefs (27-13-4) to make it 2-0 midway through the second period. Logan Aasman brought Everett (24-14-7) within a goal at 11:06 of the second while Austin Lotz stopped 22 shots in a losing cause. Silvertips forward Joshua Winquist received a five-minute major and game misconduct at 8:11 of the third period for kneeing. --- THUNDERBIRDS 4 AMERICANS 0 KENT, Wash. -- Taran Kozun stopped all 26 shots his way as Seattle blanked Tri-City for its fifth win in a row. Jaimen Yakubowski had a goal and an assist for the Thunderbirds (27-14-5) while Russell Maxwell, Roberts Lipsbergs and Sam McKechnie had the others. Parker Wotherspoon was a team-worst minus-3 for the Americans (20-21-4). Back-up netminder Evan Sarthough turned aside 27-of-31 shots for Tri-City. Cheap Jerseys nfl jerseys cheap authentic wholesale jerseys jerseys from china authentic Cheap Jerseys wholesale stitched jerseys ' ' ' 
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LONDON -- Michael Laudrup was fired as Swansea manager on Tuesday, paying the price for a slump in the year since delivering the south Wales clubs first major trophy. Deion Sanders Falcons Jersey Cyber Monday . The Dane is leaving the Premier League club after 20 months, having signed a new contract in March 2013 after being linked with leading clubs following his teams triumph in the League Cup. Now, though, Swansea is 12th in the standings but just two points above the relegation zone, prompting the 49-year-old Laudrups dismissal. "It is a decision we have taken reluctantly," chairman Huw Jenkins said. "But its a decision made in the best interests of Swansea City Football Club and our supporters. It is the first time in nearly 10 years that the club has parted with a manager in this way, but we had to remove the constant uncertainty surrounding the club and Michaels long-term future with us." Garry Monk, the 34-year-old defender who has been out injured since September, will replace Laudrup, alongside current first team coach Alan Curtis, "for the foreseeable future," Swansea said. Like Laudrup, two possible contenders for the job on a full-time basis are former Barcelona players who advocate the type of passing game favoured by Swansea; Oscar Garcia, who currently manages second-tier club Brighton, and Luis Enrique, who is in his first season as coach of Celta Vigo. Swanseas next game is the south Wales derby against fierce rival Cardiff at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday. "After thinking long and hard about the best way forward, I felt it was unlikely we would achieve a stable environment at the club (with Laudrup) to allow us to get back to basics and produce the performance levels that have served Swansea City so well over the last few years," Jenkins said. "Now we need to put that uncertainty behind us and move forward as a united football club on all fronts." For Laudrup, whose fortunes have rapidly plummeted since the League Cup success last February, it is the latest setback in a mixed managerial career for the former forward following a successful playing career that took in both Barcelona and Real Madrid. After winning the league and cup in Denmark with Brondby, he guided Getafe to the final of the Copa del Rey -- where they lost to Sevilla -- in his one season with the unheralded Spanish club. Next came a troubled year in Russia with Spartak Moscow before returning to Spain with Mallorca, where he soon fell out with the owners. It was at Swansea where his profile soared, building on the work of predecessor Brendan Rodgers and initially establishing the team as a fixture in the Premier Leagues top 10 with its attractive passing game. But since beating lowly Bradford in the cup final, Swansea has won just eight of out 35 Premier League games across the two seasons and there have been continuous reports about a rift with the hierarchy. Dezmen Southward Falcons Jersey Cyber Monday . -- Anaheim Ducks captain and leading scorer Ryan Getzlaf has been scratched from Sunday nights game against the Vancouver Canucks because of an upper-body injury. Deion Sanders Jersey Black Friday . Nigeria beat surprise package Ethiopia 2-0 in the second leg of their playoff for a comfortable 4-1 aggregate victory. Victor Moses converted a 20th-minute penalty after an Ethiopian handball, and Victor Obinna made certain of Nigerias place in Brazil with his powerful free kick in the 82nd at UJ Esuene Stadium. http://www.thefalconsnflstore.com/ . -- Vincent Lecavalier got everything but the desired result in his return to Tampa Bay. MONTREAL -- The Vancouver Whitecaps earned some revenge and a big three points on the road while also leaving Montreal coach Marco Schallibaum and the Impact hopping mad. Kenny Miller scored from the penalty spot and Camilo Sanvezzo came off the bench to add two late goals as the Whitecaps kept their playoff hopes alive with a 3-0 victory over the sagging Impact on Saturday afternoon. But it was a penalty that referee Jorge Gonzalez called, then overturned, in the first half that had Schallibaum, Montreals oft-suspended coach, in a lather. Vancouver led 1-0 in the 38th minute when Patrice Berniers shot from distance after a corner kick glanced off Jun Marques Davidsons arm or shoulder at the left post. With Impact players calling for a penalty and Whitecaps players and coach Martin Rennie screaming no foul, Gozalez hesitated, then pointed to the spot. He then changed his mind after consulting with fourth official Mathieu Bourdeau. "Its a scandal," said Schallibaum, the first-year coach who has been suspended four times for a total of five games for various infractions. "A decision was made and all of a sudden, its not made. "Im not saying that won the game, but if we have this penalty and its 1-1, it can change a lot of things." The Whitecaps (11-10-8), who began the day seventh in the Western Conference, ended a string of three straight road games with a win that keeps them in the crowded Western Conference playoff race The Whitecaps ended a five-game winless run and picked up only their second victory in 10 games. Montreal (13-9-6) lost a second straight home game. "We had three road games and we wanted to get four points and we did," said Rennie. "A 3-0 result is good anywhere, but to get it against a rival and a good team like Montreal shows the team is coming together." It also avenges Montreals win on the away goals rule in a two-game series in the Amway Canadian Championship in May. There was no argument about Millers goal in the 23rd minute. Vancouver looked to be the fresher team from the start and struck first after Nigel Reo-Coker blew past 37-year-old Alessandro Nesta on the right side. As he crossed the ball, defender Hassoun Camara fell and, as he was getting up, Matt Watsons shot hit his arm in the 23rd minute. Gonzalez had no choice but to call a penalty. Miller made no mistake with his eighth goal of the year but only his second in the last 10 games. Bedlam came 15 minutes later on the disputed hand ball. Whitecaps defender Jay DeMerit said the refs got it right in the end by consulting a video replay. "Its using the system in a positive way," he said. &quuot;Every team had been burned on penalties that werent penalties. Justin Durant Jersey Black Friday. "And the whole point of having a fourth official and the whole point of taking an extra 30 seconds to make sure that call was right is the reason for this. We use this technology and we use our fourth officials to make sure we make the right calls. "Thankfully for us, he made the wrong call and corrected himself, because the last thing you want is it to be a tie game when it actually wasnt a hand ball." Thats not how Montreal saw it. "Ive never seen anything like that," said veteran midfielder Justin Mapp. "I had a good view of it. "I dont think Ive ever seen a reversed PK call, but Im not an official. Its tough to get that call at home. It would have helped us." The officials released a statement after the game that the decision to reverse the call was made by the entire crew, which found that "there was not an intentional handling of the ball on this play." It added that: "The referee crew determined that the ball struck the Vancouver players chest/shoulder area of the body with no intention to play the ball with his hand." Montreal pressed hard in the second half and nearly tied it as Felipe Martins volleyed Mapps pass off the bar and another Felipe shot was tipped off the bar by goalie David Ousted. Then Camilo got one on a counter-attack in the 89th minute and another in added time -- his 15th and 16th of the season -- to put the game away. "We were disappointed not to win the Canadian Championship, but fair play to Montreal -- they came into our stadium and beat us to win it," said DeMerit. "But the league takes precedence. "To come back and get a win right now was a huge step for us going into the final games of the season. We needed these three points." Fatigue may have been a factor for Montreal, which was playing its third game in eight days. It was a week to forget, as the Impact blew a lead and lost 2-1 at home last weekend to Columbus, then was beaten 3-0 in San Jose in CONCACAF Champions League play. "Obviously, we want to correct those things," said Mapp. "We wish we were winning games by shutouts, but sometimes thats how it goes. "Youve got to move onto the next game. Well be men and a correct whats wrong. But I thought we were the better team. The 3-0 scoreline is a bit misleading." Felipe will sit out Montreals next game after picking up his fifth yellow card for a dive in the Vancouver area. 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http://smilers.miley-cyrus.biz/forARLINGTON, Va. Carlos Dunlap Jersey Black Friday . - The Washington Capitals acquired forward Dustin Penner from the Anaheim Ducks on Tuesday, adding another potential candidate for the top line of Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom. The Capitals gave up a fourth-round pick in this years draft for what is essentially a 20-game rental. Penner signed a one-year, $2 million contract last year and is set to become a free agent this summer. The Capitals began the day in ninth place in the Eastern Conference, in danger of missing the playoffs for the first time since 2007. They have struggled in particular on defence, an area they could address before Wednesdays NHL trade deadline. Penner, 31, has played for the Los Angeles Kings, Edmonton Oilers and Anaheim over nine NHL seasons. He had 13 goals and 19 assists with the Ducks this season. He would appear to be a natural fit at left wing on the Capitals top line. Coach Adam Oates best options to partner with Ovechkin and Backstrom have been Marcus Johansson, Brooks Laich and Martin Erat, but none of the three has looked suited for the role. "I look forward to coming in," Penner said, "and hopefully adding something they were looking for." The deal returns to the Ducks the fourth-round pick they sent to Washington in the trade for Mathieu Perreault in September. Cedric Peerman Bengals Jersey Cyber Monday .Y. -- Injured Buffalo Sabres forward Marcus Foligno did not practice with the team Monday and head coach Ron Rolston said its unlikely hell play in Wednesdays season opener in Detroit. Ryan Hewitt Jersey Black Friday . Murray beat Sam Querrey 7-6 (5), 6-7 (3), 6-1, 6-3 to clinch Britains opening-round victory against the United States on Sunday at Petco Park. "Im proud of the way Im playing just now, because I had to do a lot of work to get back to where I want to be," Murray said after celebrating with his teammates on the red clay court in a temporary stadium in left field of the downtown home of baseballs San Diego Padres. http://www.footballbengalsnfl.com/nike-geno-atkins-orange-jersey/ . With the first unit struggling of late and Amir Johnson - one of the teams iron men - hobbling on an injured right ankle, Patterson knew he could get the nod in a challenging matchup against one of the leagues up and coming players at his position. LOS ANGELES -- Don Mattingly said Monday that his 2014 contract option vested with the Dodgers first-round playoff victory over Atlanta, but he isnt sure hell be back as manager next season. He said that the organization put him in a difficult position with his players by not exercising a team option going into the final year of his three-year deal. "Its been a frustrating, tough year, honestly," he told reporters while sitting next to general manager Ned Colletti. "It puts me in a spot that everything I do is questioned because Im basically trying out and auditioning, can you manage or cant you manage? Thats not a great position for me as a manager." Mattinglys option worth $1.4 million would allow him to return, but the team has yet to say anything about his future. Colletti said Mattinglys status would be "resolved very quickly." But it was apparent while Mattingly talked that he would like a multiyear deal. "Its pretty easy to figure out," he said. "I like being here, but I dont want to be anywhere where youre not wanted. I dont want to be somewhere where people dont think youre capable of doing the job," Mattingly said. Colletti made it clear that he supports Mattinglys return. But team President Stan Kasten and the ownership group headed by Mark Walter figure to have the final say. "I think he did ggreat," Colletti said. Andy Dalton Jersey Black Friday. . "I have a lot of respect for this guy. He kept it steady for a tough period of time." Mattingly is 260-225 in three years as manager, guiding the Dodgers to the NL championship series, where they lost to St. Louis in six games last week. When the Dodgers stumbled to start the season, falling to last place in the NL West while injuries piled up, speculation was rampant that Mattingly would be fired. Kasten indicated to him at the time that things needed to improve for Mattingly to keep his job. The team won 42 of 50 games during a torrid midseason stretch to take over first place and eventually won the division by 11 games over Arizona. "It was quite a remarkable season," Colletti said. He wouldnt comment on the status of Mattinglys coaching staff, but its possible changes could be made, although Mattingly indicated he would like to keep it intact. NOTES: Dodgers CF Matt Kemp had arthroscopic surgery on his left ankle performed by Dr. Robert Anderson in Charlotte, N.C. The team said the procedure "involved removing several spurs, a loose body and doing a microfracture on the talus bone." Kemp is expected to be in a splint for two weeks and a walking boot for another two weeks. But the Dodgers say "he is expected to be competitive in time for the regular season." Cheap Jerseys nfl jerseys cheap authentic wholesale jerseys jerseys from china authentic Cheap Jerseys wholesale stitched jerseys ' ' ' m/topic/1698
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Ranjan Jha Nov 19 '15
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One of the difficulties of living the simple life in a rural area is income. Although we try to be self-sufficient by growing our own food, bartering and trading for things we cannot make ourselves or otherwise provide, large discretionary expenses have always been out of the question. We feel our lives have been rich beyond compare, but money has never been part of the equation. In the past few years, however, this has begun to change. Our sons have now both finished solar refrigerator freezer suppliers with school, the tuitions are paid, and our family business, Eartheasy.com, has grown to the point where we could now afford a few ‘luxuries’ – and topping the list was a refrigerator! In past years we had gotten by with a small 2 cu ft RV refrigerator, run by propane. But propane now costs $1 a pound, the bottles are heavy to pack in, and I was always concerned with the risk of fire, the pilot light being just a few inches from my cedar house. Because of these limitations, we only ran the RV fridge during the hottest few weeks of summer.



Solar refrigerators are not cheap. The cost was about $1400 plus $300 shipping to our remote location. (The actual cost of the SDR165 is about $1200. I paid more because of an ordering error.) Of course, we rationalized that many years of expected use and the savings we would gain from better storage of food would bring real value for our investment. So we shook off the sticker shock and placed our order.


Then a second problem surfaced. The refrigerator had a little sticker on the side that said “freezer”. The company had sent me a freezer by mistake. My mood was darkening. It took about a week of phone calls and figuring out the alternatives, but eventually a local technical wizard simply changed the thermostat and the unit was converted to a refrigerator. 


Buying the larger 8 cu ft model turned out to be a fortunate mistake. Since it requires hardly any additional power than the smaller model, what’s wrong with having a bigger refrigerator we reasoned. Our pantry is slated to be rebuilt next summer, so the extra space will be provided. Gradually, all our perceived problems and China solar refrigerator freezer anxieties melted away, leaving me with just a slight feeling of embarrassment about all the fuss. For several months now, the refrigerator has operated smoothly and silently at a constant 4 degrees (C ) at the ‘medium’ setting. There has been no frost or moisture buildup. Our batteries seem to hardly notice the draw. My wife is given to occasionally draping herself over the refrigerator in a giant hug, murmuring the sweet nothings I wish she would say to me in our tender moments. And so all’s well that ends well, and we are thrilled with the new cool that’s become the centerpiece of our summer food storage system. 



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