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August 1, 2020 The Islanders beat Florida for the fifth straight time, dating to the 2018-19 regular season, and continued keeping the high-scoring Panthers in check.“We did it the right way,” Beauvillier said. “A really quick pace. It was a tough game out there. The whole team was ready for it.”Florida finished this coronavirus pandemic-shortened season ranked fourth in the NHL in averaging 3.3 goals per game, but has now managed just five goals in four games against the Islanders.Aleksander Barkov, who assisted on Huberdeau’s goal, said the Panthers lacked second-chance opportunities. “We were kind of like one and done,” Barkov said. “That’s how (the Islanders) are going to play, and we just need to figure out how to create more chances.” NOTES: Panthers’ Joel Quenneville coached his 216th career playoff game, which ranks second on the all-time list. His 118 wins ranks third on the list, and remains five short of matching former Islanders coach Al Arbour, who ranks second. … This is the second playoff meeting after the Islanders eliminated the Panthers in six games of a first-round series in 2016. Florida has four players left on its roster from that series, Huberdeau, Matheson, Aleksander Barkov and Aaron Ekblad, while the Isles have 10. … The Islanders got the benefit of celebrating Pageau’s goal to the familiar home-arena sound of The Ramones’ “Blitzkrieg Bop.” UP NEXTGame 2 Tuesday at noon EDT.___For more AP NHL coverage: https://apnews.com/NHL and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Varlamov stops 27 shots, Isles beat Panthers 2-1 in Game 1 “The best way to respond after a hit or whatever is a goal on the power play,” Trotz said.Islanders trade deadline addition Jean-Gabriel Pageau opened the scoring re-directing in Derick Brassard’s centering pass 12 minutes into the game. Jonathan Huberdeau scored 23 seconds into the third period for Florida’s lone goal. The Islanders entered the NHL’s 24-team expanded playoff as the Eastern Conference’s seventh seed, while the Panthers are 10th.Florida’s Sergei Bobrovsky stopped 26 shots in his first start since Feb. 29. Bobrovsky missed the Panthers’ final four games due to injury before the NHL season was paused on March 12. The Panthers managed just four shots after Huberdeau scored. And their most sustained pressure occurred midway through the second period, when they controlled the play in the New York zone for about a minute.The Islanders finally cleared the zone after defenseman Ryan Pulock blocked a shot, forcing a turnover.The Panthers are suddenly in a familiar hole in their bid to win just the franchise’s second playoff series, and first since reaching the 1996 Stanley Cup Final, which Florida lost in four games to Colorado.The Panthers have not advanced beyond the first round in each of their past five playoff appearances since.Varlamov shook off a late-season slump in which he went 0-2-2 and allowed 18 goals in five appearances, and earned his 14th career playoff win, and first since with Colorado in 2014. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditTORONTO (AP) — Semyon Varlamov stopped 27 shots and the New York Islanders opened their best-of-five playoff series with a 2-1 win over the Florida Panthers on Saturday in the NHL’s return following a 4 1/2-month break.Anthony Beauvillier scored the decisive goal on a power play at 3:39 of the second period. The goal was scored a little over a minute after Florida’s Mike Matheson was penalized for a hit to the head on defenseman Johnny Boychuk, who did not return.Coach Barry Trotz didn’t have an update on Boychuk following the game, but was pleased in how the Islanders not only stayed disciplined immediately following the hit, but also capitalized on the penalty. Boychuk was hurt while crossing the Florida blue line after dumping the puck into the zone, when Matheson lowered his shoulder and caught the Islanders player directly in the head.Boychuk lay face down on the ice before slowly getting up and headed directly to the locker room.An officials’ review led to Matheson being issued a minor penalty for an illegal check. The Islanders capitalized on the ensuing power play with Beauvillier one-timing in Devon Toews’ pass into the right circle.Huberdeau scored on an odd-man rush, in which he was allowed to cut in alone from the left wing and slip a shot under Varlamov. Associated Press
And in the South Tipp Premier League, Two-Mile-Borris will take on Cashel Town.That game kicks-off at 12 o’clock. In the North Tipp Premier Division League, Clodagh Rangers are at home to Nenagh AFC. Lough Derg welcome BT Harps and Borrisokane host Arra Rovers.All those games kick-off at half eleven. Clonmel Celtic host City United in their quarter-final decider. While reigning champions St Michaels travel to Sherrif YC in theirs. St Michaels Captain James Walsh says Sheriff’s home advantage will put pressure on the Dublin side. Both games kick-off at 2 o’clock.
Like this tweet if you think Vontaze Burfict should receive a lifetime ban from the NFL pic.twitter.com/I0ZwC4m0BE— Kyle Fahey (@KyleFaheyNFL) September 29, 2019Burfict has a history of dirty hits, and was even seen punching opponents on the field just last week against the Vikings. Related News New season, same Vontaze Burfict.The Raiders linebacker was ejected from Sunday’s game against the Colts in the second quarter for unnecessary roughness. Tyreek Hill injury update: Chiefs receiver (shoulder) expected to undergo imaging tests Vontaze Burfict just randomly punching people at the end of plays. pic.twitter.com/88XTvwGbxW— Will Brinson (@WillBrinson) September 22, 2019The NFL will likely review the helmet-to-helemt hit for potential discipline this week.The Raiders led the Colts, 21-10, at halftime Sunday. Burfict was tossed for a late helmet-to-helmet hit on Colts tight end Jack Doyle. Antonio Brown could file NFL-record 9 grievances, report says A.J. Green injury update: Bengals receiver is ‘making steady progress,’ Zac Taylor says
A new 10-month program will be offered at the Fort Nelson campus of the Northern Lights College next summer.The power engineering and gas processing program is a partnership between the Northeast Aboriginal Skills Employment Project, EnCana Corporation, Spectra Energy and the College.- Advertisement -The program is expected to start in July, 2011 and students will serve nine months of the program at the Fort Nelson campus and one month at the Fort St. John campus. They will also be required to do a practicum at the local Spectra and EnCana facilities.Program graduates will receive training in 4th Class Power Engineering, 160 hours of firing time on the College’s boiler and all four levels of Gas Process Operations.College officials say they are aiming for 75 per cent of all students to be aboriginal.There will be a public information session on the program held on Jan. 5, 2011 from 5 to 7 p.m. and another from 7 to 9 p.m.Advertisement