Fantasy Hockey Trade Tips: Buying back in on Jonathan Huberdeau
That means Gustafsson will be the team's specialist going forward, and any power play that features Alex Ovechkin is bound to rack up the goals. Faulk led all Blues defensemen with 4:15 TOI on the power play Tuesday against the Leafs, trailed closely by Colton Parayko with 3:16. I wouldn't be concerned about Parayko threatening Faulk's role on the power play; the Blues lean on their top unit a bit more, and Faulk's versatility and offensive game are far better than Parayko's. He's just too boom-or-bust to be a reliable fantasy option and there are plenty of second-line forwards who are available. — because it certainly feels like Vanecek's fantasy value this season had already peaked.wftv.com
Canada, Finland advance to world hockey final -- again
Finland Hockey Worlds Team Finland celebrates victory after a match between Finland and the the United States in the semifinals of the Hockey World Championships, in Tampere, Finland, Saturday, May 28, 2022. Finland won 4-3. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner) (Martin Meissner)TAMPERE, Finland — (AP) — Defenseman Miro Heiskanen had a goal and two assists and Finland beat the United States 4-3 on Saturday to set up its third straight world hockey championship final against Canada. Finland beat Canada in the 2019 final in Slovakia, and Canada topped the Finns last year in Latvia. Sami Vatanen, Joel Armia and Sakari Manninen also scored for Finland and Jussi Olkinuora made 25 saves.wftv.com
Ryan Graves hopes to be shutdown defenseman for NJ Devils
New Jersey Devils general manager Tom Fitzgerald has been talking to Colorado counterpart Joe Sakic for almost two years about acquiring defenseman Ryan Graves. It led the two general managers to renew their discussions about the 26-year-old Graves, and they beat the deadline with a deal on Thursday night. “I slept very well,” Fitzgerald said Friday, less than a day after he sent forward Mikhail Maltsev and a second-round pick in this year's draft to the Avalanche for the former New York Rangers draft pick.news.yahoo.com
Rantanen scores OT winner, Avs up 2-0 in series vs. Knights
Mikko Rantanen scored a power-play goal 2:07 into overtime, Philipp Grubauer outdueled fellow Vezina Trophy finalist Marc-Andre Fleury and the Colorado Avalanche beat the Vegas Golden Knights 3-2 to take a 2-0 lead in their second-round playoff series.
Vegas' Reaves suspended 2 games by NHL for hit vs. Avalanche
Wild Golden Knights Hockey Minnesota Wild center Joel Eriksson Ek (14) defends against Vegas Golden Knights right wing Ryan Reaves (75) during the second period of Game 1 of a first-round NHL hockey playoff series Sunday, May 16, 2021, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/David Becker) (David Becker)DENVER — (AP) — Vegas forward Ryan Reaves was suspended two games by the NHL on Monday for his roughing and unsportsmanlike conduct on Colorado's Ryan Graves during the Golden Knights' 7-1 loss in Game 1 of their second-round series Sunday. The league also noted Reaves' actions — the roughing and unsportsmanlike conduct — were "retaliation" for an earlier hit by Graves on Mattias Janmark. “Reaves and the Golden Knights acknowledged that, angered by the earlier hit, he takes this opportunity to send a message to Graves as payback,” the league said in the video. The Golden Knights had one day off following a grueling first-round series with Minnesota.wftv.com
Avs score 3 in 2nd, beat Blues 5-1 to take a 3-0 series lead
Compher also scored for the Avalanche, who can complete a series sweep Sunday in Game 4 in St. Louis. Graves broke a scoreless tie at 1:57 of the second period. With Faulk and Bortuzzo out for Game 3, St. Louis was forced to play Steven Santini and Mitch Reinke. Santini played in just three regular-season games and Reinke played his lone NHL game in 2018. It was the largest percentage increase since St. Louis began its home schedule on Jan. 18.wftv.com
Must see: Did sailors spot UFO in 2019? Pentagon confirms footage came from Navy personnel
Multiple media outlets owned by Nexstar use the Mystery Wire news service and have shared the video clip online. Two images from the video had been released and confirmed last month that they had been recorded by Navy personnel. Former Navy pilot Lt. Ryan Graves said his squadron started seeing unidentified objects near Virginia Beach in 2014 when their jet’s radar was updated, CBS News reported. Graves told “60 Minutes” that the events were more common than you’d think. Every day for at least a couple of years,” Graves said during the “60 Minutes” interview, adding that the objects had no exhaust plume.wftv.com
Former Navy pilot says flight crews observed UFOs off Atlantic Coast "every day for at least a couple years"
Next month, a government report is expected to be made public on sightings of unidentified aerial phenomena, better known as UFOs. Sunday on 60 Minutes, Bill Whitaker reports on the sightings.cbsnews.com
As suicides rise, Army brass reassessing outreach
Graves told The Associated Press Lowe "Wanted to be the best. Graves opened Lowe’s unlocked apartment door to discover his friend had taken his own life. “Everything they teach you, that you’re supposed to look for, doesn’t exist in this situation,” Graves told The Associated Press. In 2018, six division paratroopers took their own lives; four did so in 2017. Living life on standby puts an obvious strain on relationships, which is another common thread the division is seeing in its suicides.
Uber stock falls after earnings beat estimates, but quarterly loss topped $1 billion
Uber announced earnings Monday that beat analyst estimates on the top and bottom lines for its third quarter of 2019. But the stock fell as much about 5% after the company reported over $1 billion in net losses. Uber fell short of estimates for gross bookings across its services, reporting $16.47 billion compared to estimates of $16.7 billion, according to Refinitiv. Analysts expected MPACs to reach 104 million, according to Refinitiv. Uber has unrestricted cash and cash equivalents of $12.7 billion, the company reported, up $0.9 billion from the second quarter of 2019.cnbc.com