World Cap of Hockey: What would Team USA look like if it had to be salary cap compliant?

Big contracts for Auston Matthews, Jack Eichel and Patrick Kane meant making crucial roster sacrifices, but the United States still have a strong contender for the fictional World Cap of Hockey. The post World Cap of Hockey: What would Team USA look like if it had to be salary cap compliant? appeared first on TheHockeyNews. […]

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Coscharis boss kick-starts the year with multiple awards

Mr Cosmas Maduka Credible recognitions came the way of the founder of the respected wholly owned Nigerian conglomerate, Coscharis Group, Dr. Cosmas Maduka recently when he was awarded on three different platforms in his capacity as an entrepreneur per excellence. The Ernst Young awards came from the globally respected consulting firm, Ernst & Young where […]

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Trump Says He Will Label Regions by Risk of Coronavirus Threat

WASHINGTON — President Trump said Thursday that he planned to label different areas of the country as at a “high risk, medium risk or low risk” to the spread of the coronavirus, as part of new federal guidelines to help states decide whether to relax or enhance their quarantine and social distancing measures. “Our expanded […]

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PSN seeks speedy clearance of pharmaceuticals at the port

Lauds CBN, Bankers Committee on N100b loan package Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria, PSN By Chioma Obinna To mitigate the shortage of essential drugs, the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigerian, PSN, on Thursday, appealed to the Federal government in the interim to issue directives to the Custom services to grant expedited clearance of health care and pharmaceutical […]

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LOS ANGELES, CA - JULY 26:  David Yasayl, 10 months, plays with his Kenta Maeda bobblehead as part of Japan night  promotion for the game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Tampa Bay Rays at Dodger Stadium on July 26, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images)

Former MLB All-Star Dan Haren is auctioning his huge bobblehead collection for coronavirus charity

Dan Haren was a three-time All-Star pitcher who began his 15-year career in 2003 with St. Louis and spent time on nine teams, from Oakland to Toronto. Since he retired in 2015, his Twitter account has been a source of good mood fodder, baseball stories, and self-deprecating humor. Like everyone else in the United States (and the […]

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Simulating the Season: Capitals close in on clinching Metropolitan, Panthers, Maple Leafs deadlocked in Atlantic

In our latest simulated action, Tom Wilson’s helped Washington inch closer to locking up top spot in the Metro, the Maple Leafs got revenge on the Hurricanes for the David Ayres game and the Panthers picked up another important two points. The post Simulating the Season: Capitals close in on clinching Metropolitan, Panthers, Maple Leafs […]

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These traders are making the most of the wild swings in the stock market

When the Dow is down 2,000 points one day, up 700 the next, then down another 1,400, most investors want to run and hide. As Sven Henrich, founder and lead market strategist at NorthmanTrader, noted in a blog post last week, it’s a “dangerous market for any participant.” But for some active traders, the volatility […]

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Bible study leader for Trump’s cabinet suggests God’s wrath may be behind coronavirus pandemic

Among other horrors, Drollinger wrote: “A biblically astute evaluation of the situation strongly suggests that America and other countries of the world are reaping what China has sown due to their leaders’ recklessness and lack of candor and transparency.” Yikes! Bizarrely, Drollinger differentiates between types of God’s wrath—according to his analysis, this global pandemic isn’t quite the […]

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