Moczówka prosta

Niekomercyjne forum o chorobie jaką jest Moczówka Prosta oraz towarzyszących chorobach związanych z niewydolnością przysadki mózgowej.

Dzisiaj jest 24 cze 2017, 21:07

Strefa czasowa UTC+2godz.




Nowy temat Odpowiedz w temacie  [ Posty: 1 ] 
Autor Wiadomość
Post: 19 cze 2017, 8:14 
Offline

Rejestracja: 02 cze 2017, 10:45
Posty: 156
NEWARK, N.J. - With their latest win, the Washington Capitals believe they are gaining some momentum.Jay Beagle and Evgeny Kuznetsov scored 3:25 apart in the second period and Braden Holtby stopped 33 shots to lead the Capitals to a 4-1 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Saturday night.Karl Alzner and Brooks Laich also scored to help Washington win its second straight and third in the last five to improve to 12-10-4.Its discovering the identity and finding how were going to have continuous success. You saw it tonight, Laich said. It was a pretty disciplined, structured game.The compete level, the attention to detail, the work ethic has to be in the game every day for us to have success.Patrik Elias scored and Cory Schneider had 25 saves while starting for the 25th time in New Jerseys 27 games this season. The Devils have lost eight of their last 10 and are 3-5-1 against Metropolitan Division teams.We want to find our identity at home, Adam Henrique said. We have to find a way to string some wins together.New Jersey dropped to 3-4-3 at Prudential Center, having played the fewest home games of any NHL team this season.If we dont have a great home record were not getting into the playoffs, Devils coach Pete DeBoer said.Washington took control with the two goals in the second period to take a 3-1 lead.Beagle gave the Capitals the lead with his fourth of the season with 9:15 remaining in the period with a backhander past Schneider. Kuznetsov increased the advantage with a power-play goal from the right circle at with 7:20 left.We just wanted to stay on the gas, honestly, Laich said of the second period in which the Capitals outshot New Jersey 13-8. The first period, we thought we had a good period. We really felt we had our legs under us and found our game. We just wanted to stay with it.Laichs empty-netter with 23 seconds remaining capped the scoring.Washington finished 1 for 2 on the man advantage, while killing both of New Jerseys chances. The Devils had entered the game tied for 10th in the NHL in power-play success rate.During New Jerseys second power play, many of the announced 15,230 in attendance booed the man-advantage units before sarcastically cheering the Devils when they entered the Washington zone.Obviously, you never want to hear that, Henrique said. We were frustrated, too.The Metropolitan Division rivals traded early goals, as Alzner opened the scoring at 3:47 of the first period. He ripped a shot from the left wing circle past Schneider for his first of the season after Andy Greene was unable clear the puck from the defensive zone.Elias tied it 3:03 later when he knocked Dainius Zubrus shot over Holtby for his third of the season, and the 396th of his career. Elias, a career-long Devils player, is also five points away from 1,000.The Devils finished with an 34-29 advantage in shots on goal.Theyre a team that really gets to the front of the net and use their D a lot, Capitals coach Barry Trotz said. But for the most part we did a pretty good job and (Holtby) did a really good job for us as well.NOTES: New Jersey announced RW Damien Brunner cleared waivers. Signed to a two-year, $5 million contract last September, Brunner recorded 32 points in 77 games spanning the 2013-14 and 2014-15 seasons. It wasnt working, DeBoer told reporters after the morning skate at AmeriHealth Pavilion. It is unclear if Brunner will report to New Jerseys AHL affiliate in Albany, N.Y. ... Both the Capitals and the Devils held their morning skates at AmeriHealth Pavilion instead of the Prudential Center because Seton Hall and Rutgers had the Prudential Center for a mens college basketball game at noon. ... The Capitals scratched LW Andre Burakovsky and centre Liam OBrien. ... New Jersey scratched D Adam Larsson and C Jacob Josefson. NMD XR1 White . Paul, MN (SportsNetwork. Adidas NMD R1 For Sale . - No matter the lineup or location, the San Antonio Spurs are rolling through the NBA again this spring, just the way they have for most of the last two decades. http://www.topikks.com/adidas-nmd-r1-uk.html. "Its embarrassing what were doing here," leading scorer Phil Kessel said Wednesday. The most recent failed season came with even more pain than the six that preceded it. There was no hint of an impending implosion when the Leafs came roaring out of the all-star break with back-to-back games against Pittsburgh -- a 5-4 shootout loss followed by a 1-0 win the next night. Adidas Tubular x Primeknit Black . Andrew Luck couldnt believe his ears. Colts fans couldnt believe the scoreboard, and the Kansas City Chiefs couldnt believe their incredibly bad luck. Adidas NMD XR1 Black . Teams one through twenty competing in Englands top flight are each fatally flawed. A wide-open, highly competitive and mistake-filled season has followed.INDIANAPOLIS -- The orange and brown glasses slide down the bridge of Jacques Villeneuves nose. Along with the greying hair and growing bald spot, they give the Canadian driver a professorial vibe. Its only reinforced when he begins to speak. In clear, crisp sentences spiced by that unmistakable French-Canadian accent, Villeneuve lays out his opinion on just about anything -- especially when it comes to the Indy 500. He will talk about the latest generation of cars, lament the fact there is only one chassis manufacturer, and argue that spotters who are supposed to make the race safer have often had the opposite effect. Then hell talk about the speed and the danger. "Some younger drivers didnt grow up seeing racing as being dangerous," said Villeneuve, who is back at the Indianapolis 500 after a 19-year absence. "They break their little finger and they are surprised. Its like, Be happy its only that." Of course, Villeneuve forgets many of those younger drivers grew up watching him. James Hinchcliffe, a fellow Canadian, said his earliest memory of watching a race was 1995, when Villeneuve took advantage of a late penalty on Scott Goodyear to win the Indy 500. That was also the last time Villeneuve stepped into an Indy car at the iconic racetrack. At least, it was until this year. "Its cool to have him back," Hinchcliffe said, "because hes obviously one of the guys I looked up to as a young driver, and one of the guys I never thought Id have a chance to race." Villeneuve spent nearly two decades driving just about everything but an IndyCar. He won a Formula One title, tried his hand at NASCAR and drove at Le Mans. He dabbled in RallyCross and even raced V8 Supercars around the street circuits of Australia. But the lure of Indy started to tug him back. Villeneuve, who will start 27th on Sunday, watched with rapt attention last year as Tony Kanaan took the checkered flag. He was intrigued by the record number of lead changes, the way cars moved through the field and how stiff the competition had become. Villeneuve managed to land a ride with team owners Sam Schmidt and Rick Peterson, and will be part of a staable that includes Mikhail Aleshin and Simon Pagenaud on Sunday.dddddddddddd "If I jumped from F-1 to this again, it wouldnt be an issue," Villeneuve said of the return to open-wheel racing, "but the first 20 laps, your eyes, your brain -- its not used to those speeds, so it is a big shock. You have to get out, breath again, and then get back in and its like, All right. Business as usual." His team may be an underfunded underdog, at least compared to heavyweights Penske, Ganassi and Andretti Autosport, and he may have struggled Friday in the final practice on Carb Day. But none of that will convince Villeneuve that he doesnt have a chance to win. "When I won here we were two laps down and we spent the whole race minding our own business," he said. "Thats the key: You should mind your own business. Figure out what is happening with everyone else at the end. You need a little bit of luck, and then you need to see how it pans out. I just hope Im not one of those people who does something stupid." Pagenaud was surprised to see his new teammate prepare for the race the moment he arrived in Indianapolis. Qualifying was almost an afterthought as Villeneuve gazed ahead to Sunday. "It actually makes me wonder why he focused so much on the race," Pagenaud said with a wry grin. "Im sure hell come up with something in the race and Ill learn then." If he does come up with something, Villeneuve could make history. The 43-year-old would break Al Unsers record of 17 years between victories that has stood since 1987. Even if he doesnt win, though, a good showing could prove invaluable. Villeneuve has dropped hints that he may be try to run the IndyCar series full-time next year, and that would turn the Indy 500 into quite an audition. "I had an opportunity to spend half an hour with Jacques in the garage area a week ago," said Goodyear, now an analyst for ABC. "Through all the questions I was asking him, catching up with him, I asked him, Why come back to something that youve won, have great memories with? "He said, Racing is my oxygen. I need to race something." Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '


Na górę
 Wyświetl profil  
 
Wyświetl posty nie starsze niż:  Sortuj wg  
Nowy temat Odpowiedz w temacie  [ Posty: 1 ] 

Strefa czasowa UTC+2godz.


Kto jest online

Użytkownicy przeglądający to forum: Obecnie na forum nie ma żadnego zarejestrowanego użytkownika i 1 gość


Nie możesz tworzyć nowych tematów
Nie możesz odpowiadać w tematach
Nie możesz zmieniać swoich postów
Nie możesz usuwać swoich postów
Nie możesz dodawać załączników

Szukaj:
Przejdź do:  
cron
Powered by phpBB® Forum Software © phpBB Group