Shekky

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  1. well I didn't think I could find anything worse then Golden Knights and yet Seattle some how may have lol.
  2. well they way they posted the article made it look like it was a new incident at least on sportsnet.
  3. oh yeah I re-read the articles I think your right looks like from the previous incident. Atleast the sportsnet article just finished posting as they had not released the article when I posted this topic.
  4. https://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/nhl-suspends-slava-voynov-entire-2019-20-season/ The NHL has suspended defenceman Slava Voynov for the entire 2019-20 season and playoffs for “unacceptable off-ice conduct.” Voynov, a free agent, cannot have his NHL eligibility restored following the 2020 playoffs, assuming good behaviour, a statement from the NHL says. Voynov, 29, was originally suspended by the NHL on Oct. 20, 2014 after he was arrested for an incident involving his wife. On July 2, 2015 he pleaded no contest to a misdemeanour violation. NHL commissioner Gary Bettman handed out Tuesday’s suspension, citing Rule 18-A in the NHL’s collective bargaining agreement. Bettman’s decision came after an investigation by the NHL and an in-person hearing with Voynov in New York on March 21. “I have determined that Player Slava Voynov engaged in acts of domestic violence directed at his wife,” Bettman said in a statement Tuesday. “Today’s ruling, while tailored to the specific facts of this case and the individuals involved, is necessary and consistent with the NHL’s strongly-held policy that it cannot and will not tolerate this and similar types of conduct, particularly as directed at a spouse, domestic partner or family member.” https://media.nhl.com/public/news/13101 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NEW YORK (April 9, 2019) – The National Hockey League announced today that defenseman Slava Voynov has been suspended for the entire 2019-20 NHL season (including Playoffs) for unacceptable off-ice conduct. Voynov’s eligibility to play in the NHL will be restored (assuming good behavior) no later than July 1, 2020. NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman levied the suspension under Rule 18-A of the NHL/NHLPA Collective Bargaining Agreement. The Commissioner’s ruling came following an investigation by the League and an in-person hearing in New York on Thursday, March 21. The investigation and hearing were conducted, pursuant to the terms of the CBA, to determine the relevant facts and circumstances relating to an Oct. 19, 2014, incident involving Voynov and his wife. The incident ultimately resulted in Voynov pleading no contest to a misdemeanor violation of § 273.5(a) of the California Penal Code on July 2, 2015. Mr. Voynov originally was suspended indefinitely by the NHL following his arrest on Oct. 20, 2014. “I have determined that Player Slava Voynov engaged in acts of domestic violence directed at his wife,” Commissioner Bettman said. “Today’s ruling, while tailored to the specific facts of this case and the individuals involved, is necessary and consistent with the NHL’s strongly-held policy that it cannot and will not tolerate this and similar types of conduct, particularly as directed at a spouse, domestic partner or family member.”
  5. Unfortunately I cannot give more but I would not be alive today if it wasn't for the BC Children's Hospital. BC Children's Hospital 1st 20$ 2nd 15$ 3rd 10$ 9th+ 10$
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    Vancouver Titans

    I Follow Overwatch League and am super stoked for the upcoming season how many of you follow the Overwatch League? I am really happy they secured the best team outside of Overwatch league https://dotesports.com/overwatch/news/new-overwatch-league-team-vancouver-titans-signs-former-runaway-roster-reveals-branding https://www.sportsnet.ca/more/titans-unveiled-vancouvers-overwatch-league-team/ Another Overwatch League has unveiled its new branding and colors. Vancouver Titans is the official name for the Canadian Overwatch League team, the organization announced today. Owned by Aquilini Group, the ownership group for the Vancouver Canucks, Vancouver Titans is the second Canadian team in the league. Roster details were announced during the second intermission of Vancouver Canucks’ NHL match against Dallas Stars. Kim “Haksal” Hyo-jong, Lee “Hooreg” Dong-eun, Lee “Stitch” Choong-hui, Park “Bumper” Sang-beom, Choi “JJANU” Hyeon-woo, Lee “Twilight” Ju-seok, Kim “SLIME” Sung-jun, and Seo Min-soo all joined Vancouver Titans from Overwatch Contenders Korea team RunAway. Former Element Mystic flex support Kim “Rapel” Jung rounds out the roster at nine players. Screengrab via Twitch.tv/Vancouver_OWL Vancouver Titans will share colors with the Canucks, wearing the iconic blue and green color scheme. The logo draws inspiration from the Pacific Northwest’s mythic monster, Bigfoot. Former San Francisco Shock analyst Harsha Bandi will also join Vancouver Titans for the Overwatch League’s 2019 season. The former RunAway roster earned first place in Overwatch Contenders Korea’s second 2018 season and placed second twice in OGN Overwatch Apex in 2017. The players in Vancouver’s Overwatch League expansion team are widely considered some of the best in Overwatch right now. Eight new expansion teams will join the Overwatch League when it begins on Feb. 14. Other expansion team branding already revealed includes Atlanta Reign, Toronto Defiant, Paris Eternal, Guangzhou Charge, Hangzhou Spark, and Chengdu Hunters. One team remains unannounced, though logos and team names were leaked in a Nov. 7 Reddit post. Washington, D.C. is the last team needed to reveal its branding. The eight new teams will join the 12 founding teams from the 2018 season.