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first_img Chris Tanev needs to find his way back into the lineup – stat.  The team is missing his calm demeanour and puck-moving ability. All this said, the Canucks were leading this game as late as the last TV timeout of the second period.  If they could only find a way to dig down a bit deeper when they have these one goal leads, many games would be much easier for them to close out.  Their laziness and general indifference to working hard is costing them games and points.  It’ll be interesting to see if it’s just a lull in their game or if this is how they are going to finish the year and roll into the playoffs. It’s almost not worth saying it – the twins are really struggling right now, with another game without any points.  They’ve only recorded points in four of the last 13 games.  That just is not going to get it done, especially considering the third line is now virtually incapable of scoring with Sami Pahlsson as its centre (Higgins scored tonight on what was ostensibly an individual effort).  Post-game, Daniel stated that he felt his line was creating chances and they just weren’t going in, and that’s why this current funk is dissimilar to their January woes.  I don’t recall many Sedin chances tonight, but that said, it seemed like at times, they had the puck in the offensive zone and threatened.  Regardless – this is not the twins that we are used to seeing.  If they aren’t producing, this team will struggle to win, and that’s the bottom line. The most disturbing trend of all is the apparent indifference of the team.  They simply are just not working hard enough to win most games.  Tonight, Dallas was definitely the team that wanted it more.  Mental errors and mistakes are common, and it just feels like the team needs to bear down and concentrate on what they are doing.  They just don’t seem to have any fight in them right now. Kassian had his worst game as a Canuck, failing to record a shot or a hit in 13:55 of ice time.   He drew a penalty shot just 24 seconds into the game, but failed to get a shot off. In addition, coach Alain Vigneault has paired Edler and Gragnani on the PP – so now there are two left shots on one unit, and two right shots (Salo and Bieksa) on the other.  It looks awkward and ridiculous and the Canucks’ results speak for themselves. When the Canucks are going well, their D do a great job of knowing when, and when not, to pinch.  Tonight, bad pinches cost the team a plethora of odd-man rushes against.  Only bad bounces and luck kept Dallas from putting another three or four goals on the board. I’ve now officially had enough of Marc-Andre Gragnani.  I don’t ever notice him doing anything out on the ice, except for going ridiculous places while on the power play.  His presence on the power play, by the way, has led to Hamhuis being removed from the PP – and while Hamhuis isn’t a classic offensive defenseman, he did well there earlier this season and he usually makes a smart play. Burrows and Salo were both minus-3 on the night. Dallas took the lead on goals from Loui Eriksson and Mike Ribeiro before the period was out to take the 2-1 lead into the locker room.The third period was all Stars.  Jamie Benn, snakebit most of the night, finally scored four minutes into the third after what can most kindly be described as a fire drill in the Canucks’ zone.  Alex Edler, against the run of play, replied just three minutes later for the Canucks, his shot deflecting off the stick of Dallas defenseman Mark Fistric past Bachman. Ribeiro restored the Stars’ two goal lead just over three minutes later after another defensive breakdown in the Canucks’ zone, continuing a common theme in the period.  Stephane Robidas, an impressive plus-4 on the night, scored into an empty net to tally Dallas’ final goal.It’s difficult to find a silver lining from tonight’s game.  The Canucks were horrible all over the ice in the last 25 minutes of the game.  Defensive breakdowns became the norm,with all of the top-4 defensemen looking brutal at one point or another. The Canucks didn’t play with any passion, physicality, or desire, as apparently they didn’t learn any lessons from Saturday’s game against Buffalo. Offensively, the team struggled as well, the top line of Sedin/Sedin/Burrows failing to score in what is becoming another disturbing trend.  Roberto Luongo can’t really be faulted for any of the goals against, but a huge save here or there at a key moment would be helpful.The Canucks are in the midst of a rough patch.  Since Christmas, the team has been faced with some bad road trips and going through this period, they have struggled to put good efforts on the ice with any consistency.  They have been lucky to get great goaltending and some timely scoring, which has salvaged a point here and there – but things appear to be coming home to roost right now.  Hopefully the Canucks can soon get out of this funk. GAME OBSERVATIONS The Canucks are showing some disturbing trends at the moment.  Most recently, they have allowed five goals against in each of the last two games, a staggering amount for this team. They just appear completely discombobulated in their own end. In the last couple games, the defense has been an unmitigated disaster.  Hamhuis, normally one of the steadiest defenders in the entire league, has looked shaky, as has his normal partner Kevin Bieksa.  Alex Edler remains maddeningly inconsistent – some nights he plays the way that made him an all-star, but more often lately, he appears to be a nothing more than a tentative young player.  Tonight, he was horrible on two important goals against – the second one, where he was caught on a pinch, and the pivotal third, where his failure to get the puck past the Jamie Benn led to an Alex Burrows turnover, Edler chasing in his own zone, and failing to pick up Benn who buried a shot past Luongo.  It was an absolutely horrendous stretch for the young Swede. Vigneault continues to underutilise his fourth line.  The Canucks’ fourth line has good, dependable players – Lapierre, Malhotra, and now Raymond (or, in the past, Kassian, Weise, Bitz, etc.).  They were again on the ice less than 10 minutes. For the Stars, their first line of Ribeiro/Eriksson/Ryder was very good tonight, as was the second line of and Adam Burish.  Both lines threatened to score on numerous occasions.  After being out of a playoff position, they now lead the Pacific Division. Leigh Ramsden lives in Vancouver and is an avid Canucks fan, having been a partial season ticket holder for over 10 years. He’s old enough to have witnessed all three Stanley Cup losses, as such, his prime goal is to remove those scars by seeing a Cup brought to Vancouver. Leigh is Fighting For Stanley’s (www.fightingforstanley.ca/vancouver) west coast correspondent, and will also blog after all Canuck games for The Nelson Daily.The Vancouver Canucks played the third game in their current seven-game homestand on Tuesday night at Rogers Arena against the visiting Dallas Stars.  Vancouver was completely outclassed in this matchup, dropping a horrible 5-2 decision to the visitors.  It was the first time the Canucks have lost back to back games in regulation since early November.It’s now six games and counting for downright bad offensive performances from the Canucks.  The offense, long a staple of this team, seems to have completely deserted them.  For long stretches tonight, it looked like the Canucks would be OK, as they nursed a one-goal lead to the last TV timeout of the second period. From there, it was all Dallas, who scored twice before the second period was out, added another one early in the third, and coasted to the easy victory.Chris Higgins, easily the Canucks’ best player, had a goal and an assist in what was Vancouver’s only silver lining.  Higgins opened the scoring at 6:45 of the second period, beating Dallas goalkeeper Richard Bachman with a nice wrist shot off the rush.  Steve Ott was great out there tonight.  The game left me wishing that we were able to get him out of Dallas at the deadline. PARTING SHOTSBroadcast Observation of the Day:  If I have to listen to Shorthouse talk about Garrett’s eating habits one more time, I am going to lose it.  Constant references to what he likes to eat while on the road are annoying and irrelevant.Dan Murphy had a good interview with Daniel Sedin after the game.   The Sedins are good – they never avoid the media and are always there to own up to shortcomings (theirs and the team’s) after games like this.  Daniel appeared calm, happy with his line’s game, and didn’t appear panicked at all – as one would expect.Looking ahead: The Canucks continue their homestand and will attempt to put this one behind them when they face the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday night.last_img read more

first_img03 May 2016When Laduma Ngxokolo’s mother Lindelwa taught him to knit, she sparked a love of fashion that inspired him to become a designer. Today her son’s collections are showcased on the catwalks of Europe’s fashion capitals. And earlier this year he walked away with the Most Beautiful Object in South Africa Award at the 2016 Design Indaba. These are some of Laduma Ngxokolo’s designs from his women’s collection. (Image: MaXhosa by Laduma)The beginningWhen he was in Grade 8, Lindelwa sat Ngxokolo down and taught him how to use the family knitting machine. Knitting became his hobby, and changed his life. He went on to study textile design and technology at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) in Port Elizabeth.“I was influenced greatly by my mother as I grew up doing craftwork and beadwork with her,” he told digital publishing company Between 10 and 5 in an interview. “I believe that that was the beginning of my design experience.”The researchHis 2010 thesis project revolved around innovation. Inspired by traditional Xhosa patterns he designed a range for initiates to wear. This project was the first stitch in his knitwear company – MaXhosa by Laduma – and also his winning submission to an international design competition sponsored by the Society of Dyers and Colourists.“This gave me the opportunity to speak about my project at Design Indaba 2011, which led to a lot of positive press coverage. It ultimately helped me establish my knitting brand in February 2011.”His own Xhosa initiation, in 2011, confirmed to Ngxokolo that there is a market for his brand. “I felt that the outfits for the initiation ritual were too westernised. Xhosa initiation is a traditional ritual and even though we are all living in a modern time, I felt that there should still be an element that resembles the Xhosa culture.” The designs of MaXhosa by Laduma are showcased on international catwalks, such as in Milan, Italy. (Image: MaXhosa by Laduma)Ngxokolo’s creations are inspired by his Xhosa background and the local mohair industry. Visits to the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum helped him discover the richness and creativity of Xhosa cultural beadwork. Incorporating those designs into his own work have helped him celebrate and preserve his own cultural identity.“I also decided to use mohair from my hometown and discovered that Port Elizabeth has the biggest mohair industry in the world, and has the biggest wool industry in Africa. So I decided to take advantage of the local material, which is usually exported.”Many accoladesNgxokolo was fortunate in his choice of university. He arrived in the year the institution set up an Art and Design Incubator. NMMU provided him with seed capital to start MaXhosa, but his ongoing success is also a result of his talent and hard work.His sister Tina, also a designer, has become one of Ngxokolo’s collaborators at MaXhosa. According to the MaXhosa blog, he has also worked with several Norwegian entrepreneurs, and given the chance to showcase their joint creations in Norway.In 2014 he won a WeTransfer-sponsored two-year scholarship to study for a Masters in Material Futures at London’s prestigious Central St Martins of the University of the Arts.That same year he received a standing ovation for his Buyel’mbo women’s range at Johannesburg Fashion Week. He described this local appreciation as overwhelming, even more than being identified as 2015’s Vogue Italia Scouting for Africa prize winner.According to the international news broadcasting agency BBC, most of his sales are from Merchants on Long in Cape Town. Ngxokolo also has an online store.South Africa.info reporterlast_img read more

first_imgBJP on Friday said the raids on CWG Organising Committee chief Suresh Kalmadi’s premises are an “eyewash” and demanded that others “including those in the PMO” should be probed in connection with alleged irregularities in Games projects.”Kalmadi is a symbol of corruption. Taking action against him is welcome. But he should not be made a scapegoat. His masters who took the decisions and sanctioned the funds should also be punished,” BJP President Nitin Gadkari told reporters in Jammu.He named the Prime Minister’s Office, the Cabinet, Cabinet sub-committee, Group of Ministers dealing with the CWG issues, expenditure committee, among others as those who were involved in the preparations for the mega event and said they should all be probed.”The Jawaharlal Nehru stadium could have been renovated at a cost of Rs 100 crore but Rs 980 crore was spent on it. Spending Rs 70,000 crore on the event was sheer waste of money. This is nothing less than a loot. 50 per cent of the people in this country earn less than Rs 20 per day,” Gadkari said.Asked about the Prime Minister, whose resignation was demanded by the BJP at its rally against corruption in New Delhi on December 22, Gadkari said, “Directly or indirectly” the permission for CWG projects and even the 2-G Spectrum allocation came from his office.”Action against A Raja (former Telecom Minister) and Kalmadi is an eyewash. Action against them is not enough. A letter written by Raja to the PM which has been published in newspapers shows the latter’s permission was taken,” Gadkari said.advertisementParty spokesperson Rajiv Pratap Rudy earlier said, “The raids are too little, too late. This is what the BJP thinks on the development”.Party chief spokesperson Ravi Shankar Prasad said BJP is “not very happy with this delayed raid, but would certainly expect a prompt, fair investigation and nabbing of the culprit as promised by the Prime Minister.””Why so much of a delay, why so much of documents being allowed to be misplaced deliberately. I think this explanation is required….so much delay in raiding the premises of Kalmadi, who almost became a disgrace for the country. It is a very sorry state of affairs,” he said, adding “None of the guilty should be spared including those who have given quick approval to the loot of public money”.With inputs from PTIlast_img read more

first_imgDelhi & District Cricket Association’s newly elected secretary Vinod Tihara declared on Tuesday that senior opener Gautam Gambhir will be back as “government nominee” in the board.The Indian cricketer was cornered during the 17 month regime of High Court-appointed administrator Justice Vikramajit Sen.The two-time world champion cricketer was appointed government nominee last year but Justice Sen made it clear that he won’t be allowed as long as he remains an active cricketer.However, after Rajat Sharma panel swept to victory in the DDCA elections, secretary Tihara made it clear that they have grand plans for Gambhir.”The elected members will look after administrative side but cricketing decisions will be taken by cricketer. Gautam is one of the biggest names in Delhi cricket. It’s only natural, he will play a major role. You can put it on record, Gautam will take all policy decisions with regards to cricket,” Tihara said during an interaction at the Kotla.”How can we forget that after the KP Bhaskar incident, he was summoned for a disciplinary hearing and made to sit outside and wait like a criminal. That’s not how you treat a celebrated cricketer,” the secretary said.Tihara made it clear that Gambhir’s decision will be accorded due respect and it will be him, who would decide on who all will constitute the Cricket Affairs Committtee.Currently Madan Lal, who lost the presidential elections, is the head of CAC but it is unlikely he will continue.Incidentally, it was Lal who headed the disciplinary committee, that handed a four match suspended sentence for Gambhir’s fracas with coach KP Bhaskar during 2016-17 season.advertisement”We want former players like Mithun Manhas to also get involved in cricketing decisions along with Director of Cricket Sanjay Bhardwaj,” Tihara said.(With PTI inputs)last_img read more

first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Ex-AZ striker Kenneth Perez: We can beat Man Utdby Paul Vegas23 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveFormer AZ Alkmaar striker Kenneth Perez believes they can beat Europa League opponents Manchester United.AZ host United on Thursday evening.“They have a very good chance,” Perez told FOX Sports. “They are my favourite, as far as I’m concerned. “I saw Manchester United against Leicester. It was so bad. I think AZ is a favourite, but on paper it remains Manchester United, so you have the feeling that it is a tough opponent. “If AZ is not impressed by that, they have a very big chance of winning.” last_img

first_img“The feeling of losing a child is one that no mother should ever have to experience,” begins Courtney Stodden in a heartfelt new video for PETA, which she filmed shortly after her own miscarriage.“That’s why it breaks my heart to think of Corky — an orca who has lost all seven of her babies, the last of whom was found floating lifeless at the bottom of a tank at SeaWorld.”Video: Courtney Stodden Gets Emotional Talking About a Mother’s LossStodden goes on to describe how Corky was captured off the coast of British Columbia 47 years ago, separated from her mother and all the other orcas in her pod, and sold into the entertainment industry. Since then, she has spent her life within the cramped, chemically treated confines of a concrete tank, enduring trauma, loss, and sadness. But as Stodden reveals, Corky has a chance to go home — if SeaWorld retires her to a seaside sanctuary in her home waters, where she could feel the ocean currents and communicate with her brother and sister, Fife and Ripple, who are her only surviving family and swim freely nearby.“SeaWorld, take it from someone who has experienced great personal loss: Corky has suffered enough,” says Stodden. “Please, do the right thing and let her go home. The time is now.”For more information, please visit SeaWorldOfHurt.com.last_img read more

first_imgCALGARY – Encana Corp. has an agreement to sell its San Juan assets in New Mexico to a Denver-based company for nearly $615 million.The Calgary-based oil and gas producer’s San Juan assets include lands that produce the equivalent of 5,400 barrels per day of oil.Denver-based DJR Energy, LLC says the US$480-million acquisition will about double its land in the San Juan Basin to 350,000 net acres (141,639 hectares) and increase its production to more than 6,000 barrels per day.DJR is an exploration and production company formed in April 2017 with funds from Trilantic Capital Management LP, Waveland Energy Partners and Global Energy Capital.The sale is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2018 with an effective date of April 1, 2018.Companies in this story: (TSX:ECA)last_img

first_imgNew Delhi: A 19-year-old youth was allegedly shot dead in Barakhamba Road on Saturday. Police have arrested the deceased’s friends in the case.The investigation revealed that during the incident, one of the accused was making a video in which he was flaunting pistol. According to police, the deceased, identified as Salman, died after he was fatally wounded by a pistol inside a Creta car. Deputy Commissioner of Police (New Delhi) Madhur Verma said that they have arrested Sohail, Aamir and Sharif in the case. Last night, Salman along with his friends Sohail and Amir went out for a drive to India Gate. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murder”Sohail was making Tik Tok video (a media app for creating and sharing short videos) in which he was flaunting pistol. But the pistol went off shooting the deceased,” said DCP New Delhi. A fact came out that after the incident, the two friends panicked and drove to a relatives’ place. “We are investigating the sequence of the event,” police said. DCP further said Aamir was found involved in the destruction of evidence in the case. Sharif was arrested for disposing the blood-stained clothes, the officer said. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsPolice further said that on Saturday night, the three friends went in the car. Later, the cops were alerted about the incident from the hospital where deceased was taken. Following which they reached the hospital. After questioning the accused, the police arrested them and also reportedly recovered the country-made pistol. It is also being suspected that one of the accused Sohail had driven bleeding Salman from Ranjit Singh flyover, where the shooting took place, to LNJP hospital. The investigation is also going on whether one of the accused changed clothes. Salman’s body has been kept at the hospital and post-mortem will be done on Monday. Police are also investigating whether the bullet was fired accidentally or with an intent to kill. The investigating agency is probing how they procured the pistol. The city police have registered a case under appropriate sections of IPC. According to police, Salman lived with his parents in New Jaffrabad area. His father has a businessman of leather jackets. Salman was the youngest member of his family and has an elder brother and a sister. According to the deceased’s family member, recently Salman’s elder sister got married and the family was living happily. “Salman was helping his father with the business. This incident has broken us from inside,” said a family member.last_img read more