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Monday, April 14, 2014
07:09 PM - April 14, 2014. Written by TTU38Alum
ANNAPOLIS - One week after playing its most complete game of the season - a 55-28 win over Western Kentucky - Navy is getting geared up to defend the Commander-In-Chief Trophy against rival Air Force.

"If we can work the field like we did offensively last week, then yeah I like our chances," Navy offensive coordinator Seth Ryan said. "This is a different team and a different defense and they don't exactly like us, so I don't expect it to be easy by any means."

Keenan Reynolds has led Navy to a 3-2 record so far.

Unfortunately for Air Force, starting quarterback Kale Pearson is out for the season with a fractured foot so the Falcons will rely on sophomore Jaleel Awini to lead them.

On the other hand, Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds has played very proficiently and has protected the football. Through five games, Reynolds is 89 of 150 passing with 1,140 yards, 12 touchdowns and just two interceptions. On the ground, he's added 547 yards and three touchdowns on 63 carries.

"We've been waiting for this one," Reynolds said. "We can't underestimate them because rivalry games can get a little bit crazy sometimes, but we're fired up for it."

The Midshipmen have won eight of the last 10 against Air Force and look to extend the streak to two consecutive wins after a 28-21 overtime road win last season. Navy swept its primary rivals - Air Force and Army - in 2012 and claimed the Commander-In-Chief Trophy with a 17-13 road win against Army.

Navy's 35 points per game ranked 15th in the nation and its 446.8 yards of offense per game ranks 12th nationally. The Midshipmen have only been held to under 28 points one time - a 65-13 loss at Iowa - meanwhile, Air Force, who is coming off a 28-12 loss to Nevada, hasn't scored more than 24 points all season.

The Falcons (1-4) have one of the worst turnover margins in the country at minus-6, while the Midshipmen's (3-2) plus-4 ranks 13th best nationally.

Matchup Preview *|* October 5, 2013
Air Force Falcons
(1-4, 0-2 Away)
Navy Midshipmen
(3-2, 1-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
18.4Points Per Game35.0
304.6Total Offensive Yards446.8
215.6Rushing Yards205.8
89.0Passing Yards241.0
Defensive Stats Comparison
348.0Total Yards Allowed418.2
163.8Rushing Yards Allowed113.0
184.2Passing Yards Allowed305.2
Injury Report
QB - K. Pearson
HB. - D. Staten
2 Weeks
LG. D. Lore
Two Weeks
CB - M. Krah
Game Notes
Navy has won eight of the last 10 against Air Force and looks to pick up its second consecutive win after a 28-21 overtime road win in 2012.
Dynasty: TTU38Alum
02:55 PM - April 14, 2014. Written by TTU38Alum
by Don Joe

Miami (Fla.) Southridge athlete and recent Navy commit Jared Ross suggested that a few more commitments might be on the way after Navy's 55-28 win over Western Kentucky and 'a few' turned out to be an understatement.

Hodges could fill Keenan Reynolds shoes when he leaves.

AnchorDown.com has confirmed that the Midshipmen picked up verbal commitments over the weekend from six of the eight recruits that were in town. Arguably the biggest commitment came from Lincolnia (Va.) Jefferson athlete Jermaine Hodges.

"Coach (Seth) Ryan has been recruiting me for a long time now, ever since he got to Navy," Hodges said. "He says a lot of the things that Keenan (Reynolds) can do, I can do. He said we're really the same type of player and he wants to use me that way."

As a quarterback for Jefferson, Hodges completed 187 of 276 passes for 22 touchdowns to just nine interceptions as a junior and he also rushed for 1,311 yards and 18 more scores on 128 carries en route to being named First-Team All-State.

"We run the same type of offense at Jefferson, so it shouldn't take me long to pick it up, then hopefully I can have the same success that Keenan is having," Hodges said. "He was actually my host this weekend, so he showed me around. He's a real cool guy."

Hodges, rated 85 overall, three stars and the No. 42 athlete prospect nationally by 247Composite, chose Navy over offers from Arkansas State and Army and interest from Syracuse, Air Force and Miami of Ohio. He also made it to the state finals in the 100-meter and 200-meter as a junior.

Another big-time get for the Midshipmen is Harrison (N.Y.) three-star offensive tackle John Williams.

"I have a really good chance to play early at Navy and that's what I want," Williams said. "(Offensive line coach Jack) Spikes said he wants to put me at left tackle, plus in the offense they run I think it can give me the best shot at making it to the league out of all the offers that I have."

Williams is rated 84 overall and the 41st best tackle prospect by 247Composite. He recently weighed in at 6-foot-5, 300 pounds and chose the Midshipmen over offers from Army and Syracuse.

Williams is rated 84 overall by 247Composite.

"It's good to shut it down and have it over with," Williams said. "Right now we're 5-0 and have a good shot to go really far in the playoffs so I don't want to be distracted with recruiting."

Navy also landed a pair of defensive tackles, local product T.J. Watkins of Glen Burnie and Landen (Ohio) Loveland's Cortez Moss.

Watkins (6-3, 275) is rated 73 overall, two stars and the nations No. 122 defensive tackle by 247Composite, while Moss is rated 76 overall, two stars and just one spot better as the nation's No. 121 tackle.

"They're close to home," Watkins said. "Plus, they were the first school to offer me so it was really a no-brainer for me. They said I'm really underrated and they were surprised I didn't have any other offers."

Moss, a 6-foot-4, 291-pounder, chose Navy over an offer from Iowa State and interest from Indiana and Vanderbilt.

"My dad and my granddad both served in the military so that's what I've always wanted to do and just to have the chance to keep playing football is incredible," Moss said. "Coach (Ken) Niumatalolo said they need some big guys like me to come in right away so If I work hard then I might get to play next year."

Last but not least, Navy picked up a pledge from Berea (Ohio) strong safety J.J. Carter, a 76 overall two-star with offers from Ohio and Indiana.

"Safety was a big area of need for them and I know they are only taking a few guys so I didn't want that spot to fill up," Carter said. "Plus, they're a lot better than their record shows, I feel like. They might be 3-2, but they've played some really good teams and played really good."

Carter is ranked the 64th best strong safety prospect by 247Composite.

Navy 2014 Commitment List - 247Composite
Jermaine HodgesATH85Lincolnia, Va.5-11193
John WilliamsOT84Harrison, N.Y.6-5300
Jared RossWR80Cutler Ridge, Fla.6-0197
Cortez MossDT76Landen, Ohio6-4291
J.J. CarterSS76Berea, Ohio5-11200
Jason BreedloveOT75Beltsville, Maryland6-4285
T.J. WatkinsDT73Glen Burnie, Maryland6-3275
Dynasty: TTU38Alum
02:16 PM - April 14, 2014. Written by TTU38Alum
By Don Joe
Offensive coordinator Seth Ryan has made known his plans to throw the ball around quite a bit in Annapolis and after Keenan Reynolds tossed six touchdowns in the Midshipmen’s 55-28 win over Western Kentucky, recruits have taken notice. Not long after the game, Miami (Fla.) Southridge receiver Jared Ross pulled the trigger.

Ross will get looked at first as a slot receiver.

“Everything felt right,” Ross said. “I committed to Navy right after the game. They throw the ball a lot and coach (Seth) Ryan said they’ll be throwing it around even more once he gets the right guys in that fit his system. He said I can be that guy and play slot for him.”

Ross, a 6-foot, 197-pound three-star plays a hybrid role at Southridge, working in at both running back and slot receiver. Through five games this season he has 62 carries for 447 yards, eight touchdowns and 22 catches for 307 yards and four more scores.

“I’m ready to get up to Annapolis and put in work,” Ross said. “I think the program is definitely on the rise and I know that the other recruits I was talking to at the game are impressed too. I think a couple more might have committed, too.”

The 80 overall, three-star and No. 65 wide receiver prospect nationally by 247Composite rankings chose Navy over an offer from Georgia State and interest from Akron, Air Force, Army and Idaho.

“It’s just a blessing,” Ross said. “I’ve always wanted to go D-I but all I had was D-II and D-III offers until this month. My high school coach just told me to be patient and it would come. Georgia State offered me, I think on the 9th then Navy came a few days later. I’m just glad that Navy recruited me because they’ll be doing big things there.”

Ross is the second commit in Navy’s 2014 class, joining Beltsville offensive lineman Jason Breedlove.
Dynasty: TTU38Alum
11:45 AM - April 14, 2014. Written by Roscosuper

RALEIGH -- The Islanders, who battled back from a 3-0 deficit, couldn’t find the equalizer and fell to the Carolina Hurricanes 3-2 Wednesday night at PNC Arena.

The young Hurricane prospects came out and controlled the physical game, overwhelming the Islanders into a 3-0 hole by the middle of the second period.

The Islanders will return home to host the Flyers Friday night at the Coliseum. Puck drops at 7p.m.

NOTES: More roster cuts will come… Anders Lee, Ryan Strome, Kevin Czucman remain with the big club.

Dynasty: Roscosuper
03:58 AM - April 14, 2014. Written by TTU38Alum
ANNAPOLIS - Navy fans hadn't seen their team play at home since the 21-10 win over Texas State Nov. 17, 2012, but Keenan Reynolds made it well worth the wait. Reynolds put up 457 yards of offense and scored all seven of the Midshipmen's touchdowns as Navy routed Western Kentucky 55-28 on Saturday.

The Hilltoppers struck first when Jamarielle Brown hauled in a 13-yard pass from Brandon Doughty, but the Midshipmen would respond with 45 unanswered points, quickly crushing Western Kentucky's hopes.

Casey Bolena's first of three touchdowns.

Reynolds had a career day, completing 25 of 35 passes for 336 yards and six touchdowns - which shattered the previous school record of four - to no interceptions. He also added 121 yards and another score on the ground in 14 carries.

"When Keenan is on like he was today, he's very tough to stop," Navy offensive coordinator Seth Ryan said. "When he plays like that, it gives us the best chance to win. The team is really rallying around him right now and I couldn't be more proud of him."

Starting running back Darius Staten suffered an injury early in the first quarter, but Geoffrey Whiteside had a big day in his absence, rushing for 104 yards on 12 carries and catching five passes for 29 yards.

Matt Aiken hauls in a touchdown in the third quarter.

"We're still waiting to hear back from the trainers about Darius, but based on what he saw when he went down, I wouldn't expect to see him next week," head coach Ken Niumatalolo said.

Casey Bolena was on the receiving end of three of Reynolds' touchdown passes - which set a new school record - and finished with four catches for 46 yards on the day. Both of Devin Crayton's catches went for touchdowns - one for 62 yards, the other for 32 - and Brendan Dudeck added 82 yards on seven catches.

"Really everything was on today," Reynolds said. "Everyone kept getting open, there wasn't a whole lot of drops. I think they're getting it figured out and getting comfortable in the offense."

Senior middle linebacker Cody Peterson picked off Doughty and sophomore defensive tackle Bernard Serra picked up the team's only sack.

As expected, quarterback Brandon Doughty produced for the Hilltoppers, completing 22 of 45 attempts for 323 yards, four touchdowns and one interception. A good chunk of the yards came in the fourth quarter when the game was well out of reach.

Navy (3-2) hosts rival Air Force (1-3, 0-3 in Mountain West) next weekend and Western Kentucky (3-2, 1-0 in Sun Belt) is on the road against Louisiana Monroe (1-3, 0-0 in Sun Belt).

Western Kentucky Hilltoppers at Navy Midshipmen
Sep 28, 20131ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (3-2)7002128
Navy Midshipmen (3-2)141771755
Team Stats Comparison
Total Offense377595
Rushing Yards14-54-032-241-1
Passing Yards22-45-323-4-126-41-354-6-0
First Downs1624
Punt Return Yards015
Kick Return Yards10131
Total Yards478641
3rd Down Converstion7-127-13
4th Down Conversion0-02-2
2-Point Conversion0-00-0
Red Zone Touchdowns/Field Goals5-4-09-5-2
Posession Time10:2417:34
Scoring Summary
0:48(WKU) TD - J. Brown, 13-yard pass from B. Doughty (G. Schwettman kick)70
3:07(NAVY) TD - D. Crayton, 62-yard pass from K. Reynolds (N. Sloan kick)77
0:16(NAVY) TD - K. Reynolds, 1-yard run (N. Sloan kick)714
4:54(NAVY) TD - C. Bolena, 12-yard pass from K. Reynolds (N. Sloan kick)721
3:05(NAVY) TD - C. Bolena, 8-yard pass from K. Reynolds (N. Sloan kick)728
0:00(NAVY) FG - N. Sloan, 20-yard field goal731
4:32(NAVY) TD - M. Aiken, 19-yard pass from K. Reynolds (N. Sloan kick)738
6:55(NAVY) TD - C. Bolena, 13-yard pass from K. Reynolds (N. Sloan kick)745
1:16(WKU) TD - W. McNeal, 1-yard pass from B. Doughty (G. Schwettman kick)1445
4:13(NAVY) FG - N. Sloan, 30-yard field goal1448
3:04(WKU) TD - S. Brown, 8-yard pass from B. Doughty (G. Schwettman kick)2148
2:38(NAVY) TD - D. Crayton, 32-yard pass from K. Reynolds (N. Sloan kick)2155
0:36(WKU) TD - M. Henry, 4-yard pass from B. Doughty (G. Schwettman kick)2855
Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
B. Doughty22/4532341
L. Allen11433.90
W. McNeal67212.01
M. Henry45513.71
S. Brown48020.01
L. Allen34816.00
J. Brown33110.31
J. Moore23718.50
B. Harrington9000
J. Dowling9000
K. Young9000
G. Rocker2100
B. Boyd2100
Navy Midshipmen
K. Reynolds25/3533660
J. Hendrick1/61800
K. Reynolds141218.61
G. Whiteside121048.60
R. Carson3103.30
D. Staten294.50
J. Hendrick1-3-3.00
B. Dudeck78211.70
G. Whiteside5295.80
C. Bolena44611.53
S. Lynch35317.60
D. Crayton29447.02
M. Aiken23216.01
R. Carson2157.50
D. Staten133.00
S. White6000
C. Peterson4010
B. Sarra2100
N. Sloan2/27/71331
P. Beltran28643.0
Dynasty: TTU38Alum
02:29 AM - April 14, 2014. Written by TTU38Alum
by Don Joe
The way Navy has played early this season has several top area and regional athletes interested in what the Midshipmen are doing. We've confirmed with sources that the following prospects will be on campus on official visits to watch Navy host Western Kentucky:

Hodges could be an instant contributor, should he choose Navy.

QB - Quinton High - Aspen Hill Wheaton - 6-3, 186
- Rated 80 overall and three stars, No. 30 quarterback prospect by 247Composite

WR - Jared Ross - Cutler Ridge (Fla.) Miami Southridge 6-0, 197
- Rated 80 overall and three stars, No. 65 wide receiver prospect by 247Composite

T - Anthony King - Trenton (N.J.) Central 6-0, 269
-Rated 80 overall and three stars, No. 82 tackle prospect by 247Composite

T - John Williams - Harrison (N.Y.) 6-5, 300
- Rated 84 overall and three stars, No. 41 tackle prospect by 247Composite

DT - T.J. Watkins - Glen Burnie - 6-3, 275
- Rated 73 overall and two stars, No. 122 defensive tackle prospect by 247Composite

DT - Cortez Moss - Landen (Ohio) Loveland 6-4, 291
- Rated 76 overall and two stars, No. 121 defensive tackle prospect by 247Composite

SS - J.J. Carter - Berea (Ohio) - 5-11, 200
- Rated 76 overall and two stars, No. 64 strong safety prospect by 247Composite

ATH - Jermaine Hodges - Lincolnia (Va.) Jefferson - 5-11, 193
- Rated 85 overall and three stars, No. 42 athlete prospect by 247Composite
Dynasty: TTU38Alum
02:06 AM - April 14, 2014. Written by TTU38Alum
ANNAPOLIS - After kicking off the season with four consecutive road games - including an upset of Oklahoma State in Stillwater and a near-upset of then-No. 19 Washington in Seattle - fans finally have the first chance to catch the 2013 Midshipmen inside Memorial Stadium.

The opponent? A 3-1 Western Kentucky team who's also overachieving with wins over Kentucky, South Alabama, Florida A&M and a close road loss in Knoxville against the Vols.

"We're 2-2 and being so close last week but coming up short was tough, but I think, if anything, those four games will have us prepared and matured for what should be a successful rest of the year," head coach Ken Niumatalolo said.

The Hilltoppers rank 27th nationally in total defense, while fielding the nation's 19th best passing offense.

"We can't overlook these guys," offensive coordinator Seth Ryan said. "They have some athletes, especially in the secondary so Keenan (Reynolds) is really going to have to play the way we know he can."

Through four games, Reynolds leads the Midshipmen with 804 passing yards and six touchdowns to just two interceptions, connecting on 64 of 115 attempts. He's also the team's rushing leader with 49 carries for 426 yards and two touchdowns.

Matchup Preview *|* September 28, 2013
Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
(3-1, 1-1 Away)
Navy Midshipmen
(2-2, 0-0 Home)
Offensive Stats Comparison
22.0Points Per Game30.0
362.0Total Offensive Yards409.8
105.0Rushing Yards197.0
257.0Passing Yards212.8
Defensive Stats Comparison
299.0Total Yards Allowed428.5
117.0Rushing Yards Allowed127.8
182.0Passing Yards Allowed300.8
Injury Report
HB - A. Andrews
3 Weeks
CB - M. Krah
One week
DT - C. Washington

WR - W. McNeal

Dynasty: TTU38Alum
Sunday, April 13, 2014
07:43 PM - April 13, 2014. Written by philliesfan136


This match was built on respect from the rookie Zayn for the Canadian legend Jericho. Sami idolized Y2J's ability growing up in Quebec. Like Jericho, he worked his way to the majors by wrestling all over the world. He offered up the first challenge as part of the Dream Match initiative introduced by COO Triple H.Zayn dazzled early with a Samoan driver and a rope-assisted hurricanrana. When they took it to the outside, Jericho locked in the Walls. The young nXt star broke out of it and tossed Jericho back in, vaulting over the ropes for a springboard splash. He threw him into the corner for a tornado DDT, which resulted in a 2 count. Zayn furthered the beating with a blue thunder bomb. Jericho picked up a nearfall with a step-up enziguri. "The Man of 1,004 Holds" might have broke Zayn's face with a Codebreaker, but did not get a 3 count. He resorted to a Liontamer next, heavily arching Sami's back and legs. Zayn averted a tap out, firing up with a back drop on the apron and a tiger bomb on the ground. White-hot, Zayn made a typical rookie mistake, trying to do too much. He sent Jericho back in and missed a second splash attempt. Jericho dealt a second Codebreaker, sealing the victory. Sami Zayn may not have beaten the Best in the World at What He Does, but with how close he came as the underdog, he definitely cemented himself as a potential star.

NWA World Heavyweight Championship

Bret Hart (c) def. Alberto Del Rio

The first WWE championship match on the card. Submissions elevated them to World championship gold. For Del Rio, the cross armbreaker. For Hart, the vaunted Sharpshooter. They are both excellent executors, submission specialists, and the NWA World title is on the line. Del Rio hopes to take the title from the legends and bring it back to the current generation. He was aggressive in that objective, coming right after Bret with a German suplex. ADR was relentless with his offense, spinning Hart with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker after two clotheslines. He finished the string with a cross armbreaker, but could not force Hart to tap. The Hitman regained his strength, piledriving Del Rio. He floored Alberto with a dropkick, neckbreaker, and belly-to-belly suplex. Bret DDTed the Mexican Aristocrat, who then went sky-high for a moonsault. Del Rio looked to be ahead, but the champion would not be impeded. Another piledriver was the final move as the Best There Is, the Best There Was, and the Best There Ever Will Be retains his NWA World title.

AJ Styles, the most recent World Champion, is all about being phenomenal. Randy Savage has flair, pomp, and circumstance. These guys brim with charisma and in-ring talent, giving the fans a show night in and night out. This match is simply between two of the best workers and champions of their time. Savage was laid out with AJ's signature pele at 5:23. He reversed a Styles Clash into a DDT. A suplex rolled over into a pin accounted for a 2, so Macho King went for a piledriver. His next course of action was a classic scoop slam and a Macho Man elbow.


Damien Sandow stated on Smackdown that only Ric Flair, the Dirtiest Player in the Game, shared his intelligence. The master technician took a liking to Sandow's old-school style, so he was up for his challenge. For Sandow to surmount the legend, he would have to pull out every trick in the book. Damien did the first impact move with his signature Russian leg sweep at 5:52. That stemmed into a Terminus 14 seconds later. Naitch unleashed the Figure Four at 9:08 after working the leg earlier, but could not make the Savior submit. A full-nelson slam at 17:35 confirmed the win for the Duke of Decency.
Dynasty: philliesfan136
07:37 PM - April 13, 2014. Written by philliesfan136
**END of DAY 2**


Jay Lethal is one of today's fresh and fun superstars. He exudes high energy reminiscent of good ole' Surfer Sting, the California beach bum. Their history goes back to their days on TNA Impact. Lethal earned the first nearfall with a Lethal Injection at 3:26. The Stinger brought him down head-first with a Scorpion Death Drop shortly after. Jay got back into it with a triangle dropkick and a belly-to-back into neckbreaker. Sting returned the offense with some clotheslines, a half-nelson bulldog, and then a running one-handed variation. The Icon incorporated a gorilla press slam next. They traded more signatures until a second Death Drop ended it at 14:05.
The vets are firing back here on Day 2. We're nearing closer to the main events on Day 3.

**due to an error by OS's blog entry system**
Dynasty: philliesfan136
Well here we are in another critical season to try to win a cup before guys like Glebov, Hamilton, Khomutov, Gudbranson and Boulerice are too old. With these 5 key veterans who have been mainstays in the lineup for nearly a decade, I've tried to assemble the best supporting cast around them. In previous seasons, I had much more cap space to work with, but now my top 5 forwards and top 3 D all make huge contracts, as well as Kelly Schaeffer.

So, to combat that, I've gotten younger. Players like Vladimir Datsyuk, Jason Langenbrunner and Georges Rheaume have developed through the system, while I've also picked up guys like Rakell, Holloway, Kristensen, McNeill and Lewis through trade or free agency.

So far this season, we're struggling to find consistency, especially with Schaeffer having his most difficult season of his entire career. With a young goaltender like Henrich who has great upside behind him, we definitely won't be waiting too long if Schaeffer continues to struggle in the second half.

Here's the lineup and Stats so far:

Washington Capitals (Shot=Overall)
47Boris Glebov (SNP)366'2"205 lbs85Belarus
84Vladimir Datsyuk (SNP)226'1"196 lbs83Russia
94Toby Gelech (SNP)286'4"212 lbs80Canada
96Jason Langenbrunner (TWF)226'3"216 lbs80Canada
26Ron Weaver (TWD)266'3"216 lbs76Canada
63William Johnston (PLY)256'2"201 lbs74Canada
35Mark Ross (PLY)245'11"181 lbs72Canada
37Dimitri Madigozhin (SNP)236'1"194 lbs71Lithuania
18Bradley Boulerice (SNP)336'2"203 lbs87Canada
12Markku Heino (PWF)296'1"223 lbs87Finland
24Rudy Mahalak (PWF)276'4"239 lbs80Canada
51Mats Rakell (SNP)216'2"206 lbs80Sweden
56Gene Clark (SNP)256'0"181 lbs75Canada
45Shawn Forney (PLY)296'3"203 lbs88Canada
83Bryant Gudbranson (TWF)336'0"188 lbs86Canada
42Ian Holloway (SNP)255'9"180 lbs79Canada
20John Lewis (SNP)256'1"184 lbs74Canada
88Alvin Tokarski (SNP)255'10"184 lbs74Canada
10Jacob Hamilton (OFD)346'2"197 lbs90Canada
4Oleg Khomutov (TWD)356'4"212 lbs86Estonia
6Bruce Harvey (DFD)306'5"222 lbs85Canada
3Tommy Hewitt (OFD)296'1"199 lbs82Canada
14Robert Kristensen (TWD)266'6"224 lbs82Sweden
60Rory McNeill (TWD)236'2"210 lbs78Hungary
27Georges Rheaume (DFD)226'2"204 lbs77Canada
61Jay Eastwood (OFD)266'0"194 lbs79Canada
19Cam Wisniewski (TWD)275'11"200 lbs79Poland
15Seth Christensen (OFD)286'1"192 lbs77Canada
34Kelly Schaeffer (BUT)316'4"206 lbs89USA
31Sheldon Henrich (HYB)266'1"182 lbs83Canada
32Matthew Grumet-Morris (BUT)276'6"219 lbs82Canada


Capitals Midseason Stats Stats - 2031-32
Bradley Boulerice4712304210310
Shawn Forney471030403231
Vladimir Datsyuk47241337458
Boris Glebov4719143312514
Markku Heino4713183110226
Bryant Gudbranson47624308036
Mats Rakell4516622446
Jacob Hamilton4431922608
Oleg Khomutov47515207141
Tommy Hewitt4741519318
Ian Holloway4771118336
Robert Kristensen4089178134
Jason Langenbrunner4751015-1015
Toby Gelech4741014-2027
Rudy Mahalak4259143022
Bruce Harvey4718960135
John Lewis384371012
Rory Mcneill121340011
Georges Rheaume471121051
Kelly Schaeffer34201312.52.9061
Sheldon Henrich157712.11.9281

Dynasty: Bloop33
10:08 AM - April 13, 2014. Written by Roscosuper

UNIONDALE – The New York Islanders defeated the Washington Capitals 4-1 Monday night at Nassau Coliseum in their best outing of the preseason thus far.

The Islanders scored three times and added an empty net goal, while keeping the Caps to 23 shots on net and one for five on the powerplay.

The Islanders will continue their preseason Wednesday night in Carolina and take on the Hurricanes. Puck drops at 7 p.m.

NOTES: Captain John Tavares’ empty net goal was his first of the preseason…Thomas Vanek’s two assists gives him the team lead with 5 points (3 goals, 2 assists).

Dynasty: Roscosuper
Saturday, April 12, 2014
Another bad playoff run after a good regular season. Datsyuk is awesome. That is all.

Really need to put together this offseason a team to win 3-4 more cups before some of my guys retire...

Capitals Stats Stats - 2030-31
Shawn Forney8212778936160
Vladimir Datsyuk81503383341233
Markku Heino8229487722792
Bradley Boulerice8229396831534
Boris Glebov8232366826222
Bryant Gudbranson8215365119328
Tommy Hewitt801139509123
Maxim Khabibulin4822264817320
Jacob Hamilton7511324350138
Vyacheslav Garkusha80834424153
Oleg Khomutov804364044081
Toby Gelech7816203645745
Kim Sundstrom7810192919022
Byron Climie82816247220
Billy Harper69614206229
Ruslan Kapitanov54991812125
Rory McNeill534111514348
Jamie Langenbrunner40437-5112
Will Manlow322465016
Blake Roach79336131139
Kelly Schaeffer563511102.09.92610
Pavel Idirshev3019632.41.9205

Dynasty: Bloop33
06:44 PM - April 12, 2014. Written by IchBinDeutsch

Everton Fans and Players Are Frustrated With 3 Straight Draws

Sep 1, 2013 - Everton vs Cardiff City
Everton (0-3-0)000
Cardiff City (0-1-2)000
Team Stats Comparison
EvertonCardiff City
0Shots on Target3
1Yellow Cards0
0Red Cards0
0%Shot Accuracy100%
73%Passing Percentage87%
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06:37 PM - April 12, 2014. Written by IchBinDeutsch

Kevin Mirallas Attempts a Shot

Aug 25, 2013 - West Bromwich Albion vs Everton
West Bromwich Albion (0-1-2)000
Everton (0-2-0)000
Team Stats Comparison
West Bromwich AlbionEverton
0Shots on Target1
0Yellow Cards1
0Red Cards0
0%Shot Accuracy14%
92%Passing Percentage78%
Dynasty: IchBinDeutsch

Everton Players Celebrate The First Goal Of The 2013-14 Season

Aug 17, 2013 - Everton vs Norwich City
Everton (0-1-0)112
Norwich City (0-1-0)112
Team Stats Comparison
EvertonNorwich City
4Shots on Target2
3Yellow Cards1
0Red Cards0
57%Shot Accuracy66%
85%Passing Percentage82%
Dynasty: IchBinDeutsch