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PITTSBURGH -- Pinch-runner Josh Harrison stood on second base in the bottom of the eighth inning and pointed to Pittsburgh Pirates third base coach Nick Leyva. http://www.authenticpatriotsfanatic.com/c-32-patriots-keshawn-martin-jersey.aspx . "I told him to get that arm ready, because Im coming," Harrison said. Moments later, Harrison was streaking across home plate to give the Pirates the lead. Minutes after that, the Jolly Roger thats been a fixture on the Pittsburgh skyline all summer climbed up the flagpole again. Harrison scored on Pedro Alvarezs tiebreaking single Sunday, sending the Pirates to a 5-3 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals that staked Pittsburgh to a 2-1 lead in the best-of-five NL division series. Russell Martin followed with a sharp RBI single against reliever Kevin Siegrist, who took over after Carlos Martinez (0-1) faltered. The go-ahead single was the latest big hit by Alvarez. He homered in the first two games against St. Louis and is 4 for 10 with four RBIs in the series. Alvarez also kept the Pirates famous flag flying high in October. "Raise the Jolly Roger!" is the rallying cry for this wild-card team, now one victory from its first post-season series win since Willie Stargell, Dave Parker and the "We Are Family" gang won it all in 1979. "Were continuing to surprise a lot of people, I believe. Were continuing to show people that were not done, that were not just happy to be in the post-season," star centre fielder Andrew McCutchen said. "Were fighting to win a World Series." Heady territory for a franchise that had endured a record 20 consecutive years of losing coming into this season. Six months later, the Pirates are on the cusp of knocking out baseball royalty. Mark Melancon (1-0) picked up the win despite allowing Carlos Beltrans tying home run in the top of the eighth. Jason Grilli worked the ninth for a save. Charlie Morton is set to start for Pittsburgh in Game 4 on Monday against rookie Michael Wacha. Beltran finished 2 for 3 with three RBIs. His 16th playoff home run moved him past Babe Ruth for eighth place in post-season history. "Its a must-win tomorrow for us," Beltran said. "Hopefully we can come here tomorrow, take care of business, win and go play the last game at home." Beltrans shot temporarily silenced a rocking crowd at PNC Park. It also set the stage for another dramatic win by the Pirates. McCutchen led off the eighth with his second hit, a double to left. But the NL MVP candidate unwisely tried to advance on Justin Morneaus grounder to shortstop and was an easy out at third. Harrison ran for Morneau and moved up when Marlon Byrd walked. St. Louis manager Mike Matheny turned to a lefty in Siegrist to face the left-handed Alvarez. The Pittsburgh slugger tied for the NL lead with 36 homers during the regular season, but hit just .180 against lefties. "I just knew it was going to be a tough matchup," Alvarez said. "Ive seen him a couple of times before. I havent had much success. Hes a pitcher with good stuff -- great stuff. He threw me a couple of fastballs out over the plate." One too many, as it turned out, and Alvarez singled between first and second. Martin then fouled off a squeeze bunt before lining a hit to left that gave Grilli more than enough cushion. The game was a rare nail-biter between two clubs that spent the summer shadowing each other in the race for the NL Central title. Coming into Sunday, only five of the previous 21 matchups between the two were decided by two runs or less. After blowouts by each club in St. Louis, there wasnt much room to breathe in front of a frenzied, black-clad crowd looking for a repeat of Pittsburghs giddy 6-2 romp over Cincinnati in the wild-card game last Tuesday. Martins sacrifice fly off reliever Seth Maness in the sixth gave the Pirates a 3-2 lead and turned the game over to Pittsburghs "Shark Tank" bullpen, one of the keys to the franchises first winning season and playoff berth in a generation. Tony Watson worked around a one-out single in the seventh before giving way to Melancon. The Cardinals must win two straight to advance to the NL championship series for the third straight year. "Weve been in this situation," Beltran said. "Last year, I think we were in this situation a lot. So I think were fine, man. We want to come here tomorrow, we want to win and hopefully take this series home." Pirates starter Francisco Liriano dominated the Cardinals during the regular season, going 3-0 with an 0.75 ERA in three starts against the NLs highest-scoring team. He was electric against the Reds last Tuesday, shaking off a sinus infection and baffling them with a series of changeups and sliders that ended Cincinnatis season and manager Dusty Bakers tenure. Liriano narrowly escaped damage in the third Sunday when Matt Holliday lined to right with the bases loaded. The left-hander wasnt quite as fortunate in the fifth. Jon Jay led off with a single and Pete Kozma followed with a walk. After pitcher Joe Kelly struck out trying to bunt, a double steal set up Beltrans two-run single. At 2-all, the Cardinals had matched their entire output against Liriano in their previous 28 innings. Liriano was matched nearly pitch for pitch by the unflappable Kelly. The 25-year-old right-hander has been rock-steady all season, even as he moved from middle reliever to starter in July. Kelly welcomed the hostile environment, calling the sea of black-clad fans that awaited him one of the things a kid dreams about. The reality proved a little more unnerving, at least when Byrd hit a two-run single in the first. The well-travelled outfielder -- who played in 1,250 regular-season games before reaching the playoffs for the first time -- has been a welcome jolt both in the lineup and in the clubhouse for the Pirates. "Just having a heck of a time," Byrd said. NOTES: Grilli worked around a leadoff single in the ninth. ... McCutchen is batting .538 (7 for 13) and has an on-base percentage of .684 in the playoffs. His five walks rank first in the league this post-season. ... Beltrans home run was the first by the Cardinals in 10 games at PNC Park this year. http://www.authenticpatriotsfanatic.com/c-47-patriots-markus-kuhn-jersey.aspx .Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford broke their Canadian record to win the pairs competition Saturday at the Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final. http://www.authenticpatriotsfanatic.com/c-51-patriots-dion-lewis-jersey.aspx . Cleveland released the troubled wide receiver on Wednesday, an expected ending after Bess was arrested in January for assaulting a law enforcement officer at an airport and other bizarre behaviour.The Vancouver Canucks were unsuccessful in their first two attempts at handing the Anaheim Ducks a home loss in regulation. The Canucks will get one more chance tonight when they visit the Ducks for the final time this regular season. Anaheim has won its first two meetings with Vancouver in 2013-14 to stretch its overall series winning streak to three in a row, though it was less than a second away from going to a shootout in the most recent encounter on Jan. 5. The Ducks trailed by a goal late in the third period, but Nick Bonino notched a game-tying tally with 1:27 left in regulation before picking up an assist on Corey Perrys game-winner that came with less than a second remaining in overtime for a 4-3 victory. Perry lit the lamp with 0.6 seconds off a pass from Ryan Getzlaf. That victory, which also featured 17 saves from Jonas Hiller, is part of Anaheims current seven-game winning streak that was extended with Sundays 1-0 victory over the Detroit Red Wings. The Ducks had scored four-or-more goals in a franchise-record six straight games, but got just Andrew Coglianos tally in the second period over the weekend. That stood up thanks to Hillers 22 saves in his third shutout of the season and 19th of his career. "From a coaching aspect, we really talked about having a one-goal or zero-goal game against," said Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau. "Weve been doing two and three, and have been scoring a lot of goals. It masks deficiencies defensively sometimes. To be able to get a 1-0 win, where you had to defend it in the third period, was really good." Hiller won his club-record 14th straight start and helped Anaheim win for the 17th time in its last 18 games. That personal winning streak ties for the second-longest run in NHL history and he is the first netminder to win 14 straight since Pittsburghs Tom p;Barrasso from March 9-April 9, 1993. http://www.authenticpatriotsfanatic.com/c-63-patriots-ej-biggers-jersey.aspx. Bostons Gilles Gilbert owns the single-season record of 17 straight wins, done from Dec. 26-Feb. 29 during the 1975-76 campaign. "Hes the reason for this little streak," Cogliano said of Hiller. "Hes been playing really well." Anaheim is 19-0-2 at home this season and leads the NHL with 75 points, improving both totals despite Getzlaf sitting out with a lower-body injury suffered the previous night versus Phoenix. He is day-to-day but could play tonight. Hiller should also get the start and is 11-5-3 with a 3.01 goals against average in 20 career meetings with Vancouver, including 17 starts. The Canucks, meanwhile, snapped an 0-2-3 skid with a victory over St. Louis on Friday, but followed up with Monday nights 1-0 setback to budding rival Los Angeles. The teams were meeting for the first time since the Kings Dustin Brown crashed into Roberto Luongo in the crease on Jan. 4 during a 3-1 Los Angeles win. Luongo finished the game, but has missed Vancouvers past four games with an ankle injury suffered on the play. The Canucks Ryan Kesler fought Brown six seconds into the second period, but Brown got the last laugh by scoring the lone goal of the game. Eddie Lack stopped 19 shots in the hard-luck loss. "We get squat for points, but I think we crossed a couple of bridges in what needs to be done," Vancouver head coach John Tortorella said. Vancouver got defenseman Alexander Edler back in the lineup for the first time since Dec. 3 because of a knee injury, while Luongo has been practicing. Lack has been in net for the two previous games with the Ducks this season, going 0-1-1 with a 2.90 GAA. The Canucks final two meetings with Anaheim this regular season will both take place on Vancouver on March 29 and April 7, respectively. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' ' 
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NEW ORLEANS - Zach Randolph, who has missed nine games with a sore right knee, is ready to return and will be in Memphis starting lineup at New Orleans. Cheap San Francisco 49ers Jerseys .Randolph, a 13-year veteran, is averaging 16.1 points and 11.4 rebounds in 26 games this season. He has not played since a loss at home to Chicago on Dec. 19.His return comes as Memphis seeks to maintain a slim lead over Dallas for first place in the Southwest Division.The Pelicans enter Friday nights game on a two-game skid. Cheap Minnesota Timberwolves Jerseys . -- Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden is optimistic Robert Griffin III will return this season. Cheap Chicago Bulls Jerseys . "You know what? I think its a conspiracy," Gunnarsson told the Leaf Report with a large, sarcastic grin in the bowels of the Canadian Tire Centre. "I think the guys counting the shots, theyre doubling up on it.Malik Jackson is headed to Canadas capitol city. The Ottawa Redblacks announced Wednesday they have signed the import linebacker to a contract. Jackson registered just four tackles in 2013 as he suffered a brokeen right arm and appeared in only two games. Nike Vikings #14 Stefon Diggs Purple Team Color Mens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey. However he posted 217 defensive tackles, 11 sacks, two interceptions and seven fumbles recovered in five seasons with the Stampeders. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' ' 
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MONTREAL -- Montreal may have lost more than just the opening game of the series. Cheap Pat Tillman Jersey . With the Rangers already leading 2-0, Carey Price was taken down early in the second period of New Yorks 7-2 pounding of the Canadiens in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference final on Saturday afternoon. At 3:15 of the second, winger Chris Kreider blew past defenceman Alexei Emelin in the offensive zone to force a breakaway. Kreider lost his balance as he shot the puck, missed the net, and slid skate-first into the Canadiens netminder. Price spent more than 10 seconds lying on the ice clutching his right leg after the hit, and was visibly shaken when he finally got up. He spoke to a member of Montreals medical staff for several seconds after the play, but remained in the game, giving up two more goals before the second intermission. He watched the third period from the bench. "There was no reason to put Carey back in the third," said Habs coach Michel Therrien. "It was just to protect him. You never want to see your goaltender spread out on the ice. But the fact that he didnt play in the third period is unrelated." Therrien and several Canadiens players were convinced Kreiders hit on Price was accidental. There was no penalty call on the play. "It wasnt really sitting for me, so I had my head down trying to settle the puck," said Kreider, who scored the game-winning goal late in the second period. "I put it wide and somehow lost my footing. I thought maybe someone pressured me from behind. I seem to have an issue staying on my feet on those. "I went in skates-first and I just had too much momentum and couldnt really avoid him. It didnt feel too good for me either." Despite brushing off any injury concerns, Therrien refused to answer whether Price would definitely get the start in Game 2 of the series on Monday. "The fact that he didnt play in the third period was more to protect him than anything," repeated Therrien. "We were not sharp in front of him." "You dont want to see that," added Rene Bourque, who kept the Canadiens in the game with his team-leading fifth goal of the playoffs at 12:38 of the second. "Intentional? I dont think so. Hes our best player. It was scary to see. Hopefully hes all right." Price gave up four goals on 20 shots after two periods, including two in less than a minute to end the second period, lowering his post-season save percentage from .926 to .919. The score was 4-1 Rangers at the interval. Montreals frustration showed at the start of the third. The Canadiens took four minor penalties in the first three minutes, and the Rangers welcomed Peter Budaj into the game with three power-play goals on their first four shots. Prior to this one, the Rangers had scored eight goals in their last 10 games at the Bell Centre, dating back to Oct. 2009. And this year, Montreal and New York combined for four goals in three regular-season matchups. But Saturdays game was a real barnburner. The Rangers quieted the sold-out Bell Centre crowd within minutes of the puck drop. Martin St. Louis, after an emotional week during which he lost his mother, opened the score at 4:35 of the first. Mats Zuccarello added another 1:51 later. The Rangers scored twice in 49 seconds to end the second period, and added two more in 25 seconds to open the third. Between the end of the second and start of the final frame, the Rangers scored five times in 5:37, an ignominious post-season record for the five quickest goals allowed by the Canadiens. "Good thing its a seven-game series because we have a chance to get back into it," said Bourque. "We have to be better from the puck drop. We had a little bit of an emotional letdown after the Boston series. We talked about that going into the game. Obviously it didnt click. We have to just forget about this game." This is the 15th playoff meeting between the Canadiens and Rangers. The series is split 7-7. Notes: The Habs have not advanced to the Stanley Cup Final since 1993, when they last hoisted the Cup. a New York coach Alain Vigneault coached Montreal for four seasons between 1997 and 2001. a Henrik Lundqvist has made a team-record 81 consecutive playoff starts for the Rangers. The New York netminder had lost his last four contests at the Bell Centre dating back to March 17, 2009. ... Ryan McDonagh tied a Rangers playoff record with four points in one game by a defenceman. a The Rangers are now 8-2 when scoring first in these playoffs. Kurt Warner White Jersey . -- With the season on the line once more in Oakland, Justin Verlander pitched another Game 5 gem. Robert Nkemdiche Jersey . -- On an afternoon in which three Georgetown players fouled out and his team sent No.TSN Baseball Insider Steve Phillips answers three questions each week. This week, topics cover the struggles of Edwin Encarnacion, Brett Lawrie or Colby Rasmus, if the Jays reputation is damaged following a report that players were willing to defer their salaries in order to sign Ervin Santana and Cincinnati Reds speedster Billy Hamilton. 1. While its early in the season, should the Jays be worried yet about the struggles of Edwin Encarnacion, Brett Lawrie or Colby Rasmus?  If not, at what point should a club worry about a slow start?  What does a slow start mean?  Does it mean a bad season?  Will the player turn things around?  How can a manager help the player get going? Every team is asking themselves these questions about some number of their players.  It may be a pitcher or a hitter.  No team has all of their players playing well.  Baseball just doesnt work that way. So what should the Jays do with Encarnacion (.162) , Rasmus (.176) and Lawrie (.108)?  How concerned should they be that this is a bad start to a bad season versus just an early season slump?  The answer is the same yet different for each of the players.  It is the same for each of them in that it is too early to completely panic or pull the plug on their roles.  Usually somewhere around a hundred at bats is a good time to make a judgment on a player.  It allows for slumps and hot streaks and adjustments to be made to overcome problems.  During the course of the season every player will have a 30 at bat window in which they will hit .170.  When the season starts in that window it just feels worse because it is not hidden by the 15 for 30 streak that will likely happen.  That being said, the level of concern is different for each player based upon the back of his baseball card.  I believe that over the course of a season a player will likely ride the peaks and valleys and end up with stats that reflect what they typically have been as a player.   Of course young players with potential are expected to improve in their early years and the stats should reflect some upward growth.  In the same vein, aging players nearing the end of their careers should show some decline in their stats. .   I generally use a players last three years to determine my expectations for the upcoming season. Certainly there can and will be anomalous years where a players performance may spike or decline unexpectedly.  Generally speaking, though, players are what they are and over the course of the season they define themselves. Edwin Encarnacion entered the season in the prime of his career.  My expectations for him were to hit .275 with 35 homers and 105 RBI.  Those numbers are consistent with what he has done over the past several years.  The fact he is off to a slow start means very little to me.  I have confidence in his ability to overcome a slump because he has done it over and over again in his career.  It is the nature of the game.   The good news is that the Jays are 5-5 and havent gotten anything from him yet.  Colby Rasmus at 27 years old is a slightly different story than Encarnacion.  He is at an age now where he is about establishing what he is as a player.  I expected him to hit about .270 with 25 homers and 75 RBI this season.  He can still certain attain those numbers but his slow start is a bit concerning. In 2013, Rasmus grew a bit as a hitter as he improved his average despite still striking out too much.  He has shown that at times, though, a difficulty to get out of a slump.  His slow start has the potential to snowball and lead to a down season.  He needs to get turned around quickly so it doesnt foster the negative thoughts that can compound the problem.  Brett Lawrie is just 24 years old and is still figuring out what he is as a player.  He started his big league career with a bang.  After playing in only 43 games in 2011, it was thought that he had the power and speed combination that could put up 25 homers and 25 stolen bases.  The 2012 and 2013 seasons were disappointing to say the least as very little growth has been seen.  This is a critical year for Lawrie.   His slow start is most concerning because if his numbers decline again he will no longer be a functional everyday player.  So it is too early to panic but the level of concern for each of the players is different.  If the Jays are going to win this year, they will need all three of them to live up to expectations.  2. Last week, FOX Sports Ken Rosenthal reported that some Toronto Blue Jays players were willing to defer their salaries in order to sign free agent pitcher Ervin Santana in March.  Does this news do any damage to the Jays reputation in MLB circles, and as a former GM how would you feel about this if you were Alex Anthopoulos? This should only be deemed as good news for the Jays and their fans.  The Jays players are willing to invest in winning. Wow!!!!  Now, it does mean that ownership has given Anthopolous a strict budget and told him find a way to make it work with what you have.  There isnt more money to upgrade the team.  He knows he needs to upgrade his starting pitching to be true contender in the AL East so it is time to get creative.  I would have done what Anthopolous did too.  The fact that other teams now know the Jays may be able to come up with about $14M through deferring compensation is a good thing.  It makes the Jays a player for any pitching that could be season-changing.  The only risk that Anthopolous runs in going to the players for money is that if he doesnt land a player with the money his team could lose hope and heart.  When a player takes ownership in the result of a personnel decision by deferring compensation he wants to see and feel the result of that.  Ervin Santana looked great in his first start with the Braves.  How good would it have been if he pitched that way for the Jays?  The disappointment of losing out on targeted players is tough enough when you are GM.  But you are prepared for when it happens.   You can cope with the sense of loss. ; Players dont have those experiences to fall back upon and it can cause them frustration, disappointment and distraction. Markus Golden Jersey.   Overall this offer has gained the Jays respect around the game.  They just cant let it turn into overwhelming disappointment in the clubhouse.  3) Cincinnati Reds speedster Billy Hamilton scored on a sacrifice fly on Wednesday against the St. Louis Cardinals that only cleared the infield by no more than 25 feet.  While hes struggled to get on-base early in the year, how difficult is it for the opposition to deal with that type of speed? Billy Hamilton is a blazer.  I used to have a scout who would have said about Hamilton that "he is so fast; he can outrun a shortwave radio."  I am not exactly sure what he meant but it is clear that if anyone can outrun a shortwave radio it is Hamilton.  He can fly.  Speed is the most useful tool in the major leagues because it helps on offense and defense.  On offense, speed like Hamiltons puts pressure on the defense.  The infield has to play shallower since they have less time to make the throw to first on a ground ball to retire him.  This allows more ground balls to get through the infield as the fielders have less reaction time.  Hamilton is nearly impossible to double up on a grounder so there will be times that he will drive in runs and extend innings with productive outs.  His speed will prove to be a distraction for every pitcher when he is on base. This will shift the focus off of the hitter causing more mistake pitches to be thrown.  Plus, where Hamilton does not have great power, many of his singles will be turned into doubles with a stolen base. He should score more runs than a similar hitting player with far less speed.  Outfielders will at times rush throws on fly balls and hits leading to more errors on the defense.  Defensively Hamiltons speed will allow him to cover more ground and get to more balls in the outfield.  His speed will allow him to compensate for mistakes on reading the ball off the bat and getting a bad jump. This young man has a chance to be a dynamic player.  He has a chance to be one of the most exciting players in the game.  But as they say, "You cant steal first base."  If is to truly impact the game as his tools would allow he is going to have to hit and walk his way to at least a .330 on base percentage.  If he can do that, then look out! -- I had the privilege to call the Mets vs Braves game this past Tuesday in Atlanta on the radio.  It just so happened that it was the Braves home opener and it coincided with the 40th Anniversary of the Hank Aaron passing Babe Ruths record 714 home runs. It was a moving ceremony.  Braves fans love Aaron.  He is such a humble, classy, distinguished man.  It was an absolute honor to be there and pay tribute to him.  There are moments that I feel so genuinely blessed that I get to make a living doing this.  I remember April 8, 1974 quite well. I was in my house in Detroit, Michigan with my dad and my brother, Terry, watching the game on TV.  I remember watching the ball sail over the wall and jumping up and down celebrating.  I remember watching Aaron run the bases and it hit me that he wasnt smiling.  He just circled the bases as fans ran around him on the field.  I didnt know why.  Years later I went to the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY and saw on display numerous letters that had been sent to Aaron during the chase for the record that were full of hate and racial comments.  I had no idea what he was enduring.  It made me sick.  It made me feel sorry for him.  I came to find out that Aaron was very isolated during the chase. He had to stay in a different hotel than his teammates.  As much as I was hoping for him to break the record, there were many racists who didnt want it to happen.  He played through hatred and threats, always believing in himself.  But he was robbed of the enjoyment of the achievement.  What a shame.  Aaron ended his career with 755 home runs.  Barry Bonds hit his 756th homer on August 7, 2007.  Bonds received hate as well during his chase but it was less about race and more about cheating.  Bonds had been linked to BALCO, a laboratory with ties to PEDs.  Bonds celebrated with arms to the sky when he hit the ball. He circled the base with a smile and extreme pride.  Quite a contrast to the humility of Aaron.  In fact, Aaron even had a taped message for Bonds and the fans: "I would like to offer my congratulations to Barry Bonds on becoming baseballs career home run leader. It is a great accomplishment which requires skill, longevity and determination. Throughout the past century, the home run has held a special place in baseball and I have been privileged to hold this record for 33 of those years. I move over now and offer my best wishes to Barry and his family on this historical achievement."My hope today, as it was on that April evening in 1974, is that the achievement of this record will inspire others to chase their own dreams." Hank Aaron is the home run king in my opinion.  Yes, Barry Bonds did hit more (762) but his use of PEDs added to his number in some way.  I cant completely quantify the impact of the drugs but it was more than the seven home run difference between him and Aaron.  Many still believe that Ruth was the best home run hitter ever because he had a better homer per at bat rate.  Ruth homered once every 11.76 at bats compared to once every 16.38 at bats for Aaron. There is major flaw in the way people look at Ruth.  His performance was enhanced like Bonds performance was enhanced.  No he didnt take steroids.  Ruth didnt play against all of the elite players at the time.  Remember segregation at the time did not allow the black players to play in the major league with the white players.  Babe Ruth didnt face the same caliber of pitching that Aaron did.  Therefore Ruths performance was enhanced.  Hank Aaron is my all-time home run king.  He is also one of the greatest all-time role models of perseverance, humility and class.  I love my job. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' ' 
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PITTSBURGH, Pa. http://www.authenticpatriotsfanatic.com/c-63-patriots-ej-biggers-jersey.aspx . - With their captain under fire and their season on the brink of collapse, the Pittsburgh Penguins responded with a crackling show of force. Of course, having the New York Rangers look like a team only too happy to get back home with a split helped. Kris Letang broke a scoreless tie in the second period, and Marc-Andre Fleury made 22 saves for his franchise-record seventh playoff shutout to lift the Penguins to a 3-0 victory on Sunday night, tying the second-round series one game apiece. Letangs 15th career postseason goal matched Larry Murphys record for Penguins defensemen. Jussi Jokinen scored during a third-period power play, and Evgeni Malkin added an empty-net goal for the Penguins, who pushed around the suddenly weary Rangers. Fleury earned his 50th career playoff victory. "I thought to a man our players were extremely good all night," Pittsburgh coach Dan Bylsma said. "It was a huge win for us." Game 3 is Monday night in New York. Henrik Lundqvist made 32 saves for New York, but the Rangers mustered little offense while playing their fourth game in six days. Not that coach Alain Vigneault wanted to blame fatigue for a listless performance. "Did my goaltender look tired? He was on top of his game," Vigneault said. "If hes not tired, nobody else should be." The Rangers have lost eight straight Game 2s and have dropped 13 consecutive games when leading in a series. They had their chances to jump ahead early, only to be let down again by an anemic power play. Three times in the first 10 minutes a Penguins player skated to the penalty box, and three times the Rangers spent two minutes milling about as though they were killing time before getting back to even strength. The Rangers finished 0 for 4 with the man advantage and havent scored the last 29 times theyve had an extra skater on the ice. "It could have given us some momentum, and we didnt finish," Vigneault said. "Ive got to find the right trigger points here to make it work. Well spend the night trying to figure it out." Only Lundqvist seemed interested in sending the Rangers back to New York with a commanding 2-0 lead. He was typically brilliant, particularly when Pittsburgh captain Sidney Crosby was on the ice. The NHLs leading scorer and Hart Trophy finalist is in the midst of a lengthy postseason scoring funk. He began the night without a goal in 12 straight playoff games, a span that included 327 shifts and 275 minutes of ice time. Bylsma insisted early Sunday that he anticipated seeing Crosby at his "best" with the season possibly at stake. Though Crosby failed to score, it was the only thing he didnt do. For the first time in weeks, he looked like himself. Relentless at both ends of the ice, the jump in his game that was missing at times during a listless performance in Game 1 returned. "To see Sid play like that tonight was really inspiring for everybody in our dressing room," Letang said. "He was really dangerous." Crosby finished with a game-high six shots. During one stretch at the end of the first period he produced a pair of scoring opportunities, including a nifty deke around two defenders, before he ripped a wrist shot that just missed the net. Each time Crosby appeared poised to end the drought, Lundqvist found a way to get a piece of the puck. He made a sprawling leg save on a tip-in attempt by Crosby, though Lundqvist wasnt so fortunate the next time the Penguins came at him. Chris Kunitz began a breakout by feeding Malkin at the New York blue line. Malkin slipped the puck over to Letang, who flipped it toward the net. Rangers defenseman Dan Girardi dived headfirst to block the attempted pass to Kunitz, but the puck deflected off Girardis stick and past a surprised Lundqvist to give Pittsburgh the lead. "They just spent a lot of time in our own end," Lundqvist said. "That was the biggest difference." Fleury had little problem letting the one-goal advantage stand up. The Rangers rarely challenged him over the final 30 minutes, and Jokinen and Malkin removed any remaining drama by scoring twice in the last 5 minutes. Jokinen banged in a rebound off a shot by James Neal for his fourth goal of the playoffs with 3:30 remaining. Malkin beat two Rangers to tap in an empty-net goal with 54 seconds left as the Penguins exhaled. "Now the series is tied 1-1, and two games in their building," Jokinen said. "Im sure theyre going to be better. We need to keep playing the way were playing." NOTES: Lundqvist made his 75th career playoff appearance. He will tie Mike Richters club record for games played if he starts, as expected, on Monday night. ... Pittsburgh D Brooks Orpik missed his fourth straight game with an undisclosed injury. ... The Penguins are 2-6 in their last eight Game 2s. http://www.authenticpatriotsfanatic.com/c-34-patriots-martellus-bennett-jersey.aspx . -- Former British Open champion Darren Clarke has withdrawn from the Masters because of a hamstring injury. http://www.authenticpatriotsfanatic.com/c-23-patriots-donta-hightower-jersey.aspx . -- Gary Kubiak was bored and in need of a job, if for no other reason to give his wife some breathing room at home.BOSTON - Jake Peavy will start Game 3 of the World Series for the Boston Red Sox. Red Sox manager John Farrell confirmed before Game 2 on Thursday night that he is flipping Peavy and Clay Buchholz. Farrell said Buchholz, who has an undisclosed ailment, could use an extra day of rest. Buchholz gave up five runs in eight innings annd two runs in five innings in his AL championship series starts against Detroit. http://www.authenticpatriotsfanatic.com/c-16-patriots-julian-edelman-jersey.aspx. 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DALLAS -- Monta Ellis scored 26 points, Dirk Nowitzki added 21 and the Dallas Mavericks pulled away from the Denver Nuggets in the fourth quarter of a 122-106 victory Friday night. http://www.authenticbillsfanatic.com/c-28-bills-marcus-easley-jersey.aspx . The Mavericks avoided a season sweep by the Nuggets, who ran away with a win in Denver two weeks ago to hand Dallas its longest losing streak at three games. Dallas (42-28) got a boost in the playoff race when Miami rallied from seven down in the last 3 1/2 minutes to beat Memphis 91-86 Friday night. The Mavericks and Grizzlies (40-28) started the day in a virtual tie for the final post-season spot in the Western Conference. Vince Carter shook off a dislocated pinkie on his left hand in the first quarter to finish with 13. J.J. Hickson led Denver with 18 points and eight rebounds before leaving with an apparent injury in the fourth quarter. Ty Lawson had 17 points and nine assists after missing a game with a sinus infection, and Randy Foye scored 15, all on 3-pointers. The Mavericks led by 15 early in the fourth quarter but couldnt put the Nuggets away until late. Denver was within 99-96 after a 3-pointer and dunk from Dallas native Darrell Arthur, who had nine of his 11 points in the second half. But Nowitzki hit back-to-back fadeaway jumpers and Brandan Wright and Shawn Marion took turns feeding each other for baskets, the last one Marions dunk for a 109-99 lead with 4 minutes to go. Wright, a 6-foot-10 centre, had all three of his assists in a 4-minute stretch of the fourth quarter and finished with 13 points. Marion scored 14 as the Mavericks had seven players in double figures. Ellis, who scored 12 straight Dallas points to force overtime in a loss to Minnesota on Wednesday, ran off eight straight to put the Nuggets away and clinch a winning season after a 12-year run of winning records ended with a 41-41 mark last season. Ellis was 11-of-14 shooting and had seven assists. Hickson helped keep Denver close with 10 second-half points and was four shy of his season high against the Mavericks in November before going out. The Mavericks avoided the slow starts that plagued them the last time they played Denver and in an overtime loss to Minnesota, another West also-ran, in their last game. Jae Crowder really got Dallas going in the second quarter, going 4 of 4 from 3-point range, including three straight Dallas baskets that put the Mavericks up 50-36. Averaging 4.7 points per game coming in, Crowder led Dallas in the first half with 12 points but didnt attempt another shot. NOTES: The teams combined to go 25 of 52 from 3-point range. The Nuggets had 13 from long range and the Mavericks had 12. The season high is 12 for both teams. ... Nuggets C Kenneth Faried got a technical in the third quarter after colliding with Jose Calderon and knocking the Dallas guard to the floor. ... The Nuggets swept the season series with Dallas in 2008-09 and won four straight over the 2010-11 and 2011-12 seasons. ... The Mavericks recalled G Gal Mekel from the Texas Legends of the D-League. Hes played 31 games for Dallas and four games for the affiliate. The 26-year-old rookie from Israel missed nearly two months with a knee injury. http://www.authenticbillsfanatic.com/c-27-bills-corey-white-jersey.aspx . The veteran wide receiver, who has played 12 seasons in the CFL, spent last year with the Als after stints with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, Toronto Argonauts, Hamilton Tiger-Cats and B. http://www.authenticbillsfanatic.com/c-6-bills-bruce-smith-jersey.aspx . -- Los Angeles Dodgers catcher A.The Toronto Blue Jays have placed outfielder Melky Cabrera on revocable waivers, according to Nick Cafardo of The Boston Globe. Once Cabrera clears waivers, he is eligible to be traded in August. Cabrera was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Thursday night after the clubs 8-2 loss to the LLos Angeles Angels. http://www.authenticbillsfanatic.com/c-25-bills-jerry-hughes-jersey.aspx. Blue Jays GM Alex Anthopoulos told ESPN Radio on Friday that Cabrera has a meniscus tear in his left knee and has battled hamstring and knee injuries all year. In 88 games this season, Cabrera has a slash line of .279/.322/.360 with three home runs. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' ' 
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WASHINGTON -- With Washington off to a 2-5 start, coach Adam Oates made some changes before the Capitals game against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday night. http://www.authenticpatriotsfanatic.com/c-37-patriots-lavelle-hawkins-jersey.aspx . Martin Erat wasted little time in making the adjustments pay off. The right wing, moved from the fourth line to the second, assisted on three Washington goals and Braden Holtby made 37 saves in the Capitals 4-1 win. Erat helped out on goals by new linemates Troy Brouwer and Brooks Laich, as well as on a power-play tally by Alex Ovechkin. "He was flying tonight," Ovechkin said of Erat. "He was the best player on the ice for us tonight. He shows who he is." Joel Ward opened the scoring with a power-play goal for the Capitals, who snapped a two-game skid and finished their five-game homestand 2-3. Coming off a 2-0 shutout Thursday against the Rangers, Oates dropped Mikhail Grabovski from the second line to the third and Eric Fehr from the third line to a part-time role on the fourth. Laich centred the second line, with Erat moving onto that group. "You know what, Martys a good hockey player, has been in this league," Oates said of Erat, a veteran who was acquired last year from Nashville but began the season on the fourth line and was scoreless coming in. "We lost a couple in a row, we had to make some changes, and he stepped in there and played great for us." Erat began play with 53 points in 57 regular-season games against Columbus, his highest point total against any team, and continued to punish the Blue Jackets. Afterward, he preferred to discuss the win rather than his increased ice time and performance. "Its nice to have a good game, but in the end its all about the wins, and we got the win and that is the bottom line," he said. Artem Anisimov spoiled Holtbys shutout at 15:05 of the third. "You can see how we play when he is on fire," Ovechkin said of Holtby. "We have a lot of confidence, especially when he makes a big save and we can see he feels the puck." Sergei Bobrovsky had 35 saves for the Blue Jackets, who have lost four straight. "We unraveled," Columbus coach Todd Richards said. "I think even after those first two goals, we started to go after them, but we werent good enough. We got what we deserved. I think the chances were there." Washington went up 1-0 early in the second period thanks to its top-ranked power play. With the Blue Jackets Brandon Dubinsky off for tripping, Marcus Johansson made a nice pass in front to Ward, who one-timed it past Bobrovsky for his second goal of the year. Columbus peppered Holtby for several minutes to no avail. Then Washingtons Steve Olesky came down the right side and made a nice delaying move to get his shot off. Bobrovsky made the stop, but Laich shovelled the rebound home to make it 2-0 at the 7:43. Washington added some insurance in the third when Erat stole a pass in the Columbus zone and fed Brouwer in front. Bobrovsky made a point-blank save, but Brouwer got the rebound, moved to his right and put the puck past the fallen goaltender at 4:20. "They got that third (goal) and it just cracked us, I guess," Blue Jackets RJ Umberger said. "We turned the puck over. They capitalized on their chances tonight and we didnt." Just over two minutes later, with Washington on a power play, Ovechkin beat Bobrovsky with a one-timer from his familiar spot in the left circle for his seventh goal of the season. "As far as the third period, were letting each other down as far as our play in front of our goalie," Richards said. "Disappointing the way the game ended." The Capitals controlled play for much of a scoreless first period, when Bobrovsky made 14 saves. Columbus had an excellent chance when Ryan Johansen picked up a loose puck in the Washington zone midway through the period. He skated in alone on Holtby, but his shot hit the right post. NOTES: The Blue Jackets recalled F Jack Skille from the AHLs Springfield Falcons and assigned F Sean Collins to their AHL affiliate. ... Washington D John Erskine missed his fourth game (upper body injury) and C Jay Beagle was a healthy scratch. ... LW Nick Foligno, C Ryan Craig, and D Dalton Prout were the Columbus scratches. ... It was the teams first meeting since Dec. 31, 2011. Theyll play each other three more times this season as members of the Metropolitan Division. http://www.authenticpatriotsfanatic.com/c-69-patriots-jonathan-cooper-jersey.aspx . Catch the game on TSN starting at 9pm et/6pm pt. The Kings are 0-2-1 on their final trip of the regular season. They end the campaign at home on Saturday versus the Pacific Division-champion Anaheim Ducks before kicking off a first-round playoff matchup with the second-place San Jose Sharks. http://www.authenticpatriotsfanatic.com/c-50-patriots-nate-washington-jersey.aspx . Atletico is tied on 70 points with Madrid, which hosts Barcelona later Sunday. Barcelona has 66 points. Gabi Fernandez opened the scoring in what had been a hard fought contest until Bryan Rodriguez was shown a second yellow card for blatantly swiping at the ball with his hand in the 55th minute.With the Tom Brady- Peyton Manning rivalry so well documented, theres no doubt Sundays AFC Championship game comes with added significance to the two first-ballot Hall of Famers. It will be their 15th head-to-head meeting and fourth in the post-season (Sunday at 2pm et/11am pt on CTV) and for his part, Brady isnt downplaying just how big the game is for him. "Im excited - Its everything you could ask for as an athlete," the New England Patriots quarterback told WEEI Radio in Boston on Monday. "We have a great opportunity ahead of us. It would be as satisfying a victory as weve ever had to go to Denver and win this game." With a trip to the Super Bowl on the line, theres no shortage of motivation for Sundays game, but its another chance for the two to stake claim to the title best QB of their generation. Brady owns the series edge over Manning 10-4 and is 2-1 head-to-head in the postseason. Sundays game will tie the two for most postseason meetings with other iconic rivals Brett Favre and Steve Young, and Terry Bradshaw and Ken Stabler. Brady knows as well as anyone about the challenge Manning and the Broncos offence presents. "Hes got great command of the offence," he said. "He can pretty much do whatever he wants. He obviously has a lot of confidence in what hes doing and he has confidence in the guys around him. 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Denver opens the week as 4 1/2 point favourites, but Brady puts little stock in what the experts think ahead of the game. "Truthfully, I dont turn the TV on, I dont read anything," he said. I just try to focus on what I need to do. "Im sure no ones going to pick us to win this week. Weve had our backs against the wall for a while. Really the whole season weve lost players and teams have really counted us out. "Weve got a bunch of underdogs on our team, and well be an underdog again. Well see how that shapes up here at the end of the week. But I know that were as tough and physical as weve ever been, and thats the way were going to need to go out and play this game." Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' ' 
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KANNAPOLIS, N. Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Nere .C. -- NASCAR driver Tony Stewart is recovering from a third surgery on his right leg following an August crash at an Iowa sprint car track. Stewart-Haas Racing said the procedure was done Monday to examine and close a wound on his shin stemming from the broken tibia and fibula he suffered in the Aug. 5 crash at Southern Iowa Speedway. He remains hospitalized for observation. The team said the surgery was a proactive measure and Stewart is expected back with the team next season. He also had surgery on Aug. 6 and Aug. 8, with the latter procedure done to insert a metal rod inside the tibia. It was the first significant injury for the three-time NASCAR champion since his move to the series in 1999. The 42-year-old owner/driver of SHR saw his streak of 521 consecutive starts came to an end. Stewart is accustomed to racing as many as six days a week, not to mention keeping busy with his business ventures as co-owner of the NASCAR team, owner of his sprint car teams and owner of multiple race tracks. Adidas Superstar Graphic Pack Uomo/Donna Acceso Verde Scarpe . DETROIT LIONS AT ATLANTA FALCONS, 9:30 AM (ET) Detroit - RB Reggie Bush, TE Eric Ebron, TE Joseph Fauria, WR Calvin Johnson, QB Kellen Moore, TE Brandon Pettigrew, OT LaAdrian Waddle Atlanta - CB Javier Arenas, DT Jonathan Babineaux, OT Cameron Bradfield, WR Freddie Martino, QB Sean Renfree, OT Jonathan Scott, LB Tyler Starr SEATTLE SEAHAWKS AT CAROLINA PANTHERS, 1:00 PM (ET) Seattle - DT Jordan Hill, CB Byron Maxwell, OT Andrew McDonald, TE Zach Miller, C Max Unger, LB Bobby Wagner, WR Bryan Walters Carolina - CB Bene Benwikere, LB Chase Blackburn, WR Philly Brown, G Amini Silatolu, G Trai Turner, RB Fozzy Whittaker, RB DeAngelo Williams HOUSTON TEXANS AT TENNESSEE TITANS, 1:00 PM (ET) Houston - OT Jeff Adams, DB Josh Aubrey, LB Brian Cushing, DB Darryl Morris, WR DeVier Posey, QB Tom Savage, LB Jeff Tarpinian Tennessee - RB Antonio Andrews, WR Kris Durham, TE Richard Gordon, DL DaQuan Jones, CB Coty Sensabaugh, OT Will Svitek, TE Taylor Thompson BALTIMORE RAVENS AT CINCINNATI BENGALS, 1:00 PM (ET) Baltimore - CB Chykie Brown, LB Arthur Brown, DL Chris Canty, TE Owen Daniels, G/C Gino Gradkowski, RB Bernard Pierce, OT Jah Reid Cincinnati - RB Rex Burkhead, DE Will Clarke, WR A. Uomo - Nike Roshe One Oreo Nere Bianche Scarpe Da Corsa . In beating Mike Smith in the final round of the shootout, Joffrey Lupul gave the Maple Leafs two points they so desperately needed.PARIS -- Rafael Nadal is going for No. 9 at the French Open, and the only man that can stop him is Novak Djokovic. Nadal is already a record eight-time champion with a lifetime 65-1 record at Roland Garros. One more victory on the red clay will make him the first man to win five in a row and give him his 14th Grand Slam title -- tied in second place with Pete Sampras. The top-seeded Spaniard reached the final by beating Wimbledon champion Andy Murray 6-3, 6-2, 6-1 Friday on Court Philippe Chatrier, the stadium Nadal calls his favourite place to play. Djokovic defeated Ernests Gulbis 6-3, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 in the first semifinal. Nadal has beaten Djokovic at the French Open in all five of their meetings, starting with a quarterfinal victory in 2006. They also met in the semifinals in 2007, 08 and 13, and in the final in 2012. The second-seeded Djokovic, however, has beaten Nadal the last four times they have played, including on clay in the final in Rome last month. "Im going to try to be aggressive, because that is the only way I can win against him," Djokovic said. Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Grigie/Beige Uomo Scarpe. "I know that, of course, this is the court hes most dominant on. He has only lost one time in his career. This is where he plays his best." The winner on Sunday will also be ranked No. 1 on Monday. Nadal is currently at the top, but needs to extend his French Open winning streak to 35 matches to stay there. He certainly played like the No. 1 on Friday. Nadal jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first set, then broke early again in the second and third sets. The Spaniard had six break points in the entire match, and converted each one. Murray, meanwhile, couldnt even manage to earn a single break point. Besides his eight titles at the French Open, Nadal has also won twice at Wimbledon, twice at the U.S. Open and once at the Australian Open. Sampras won 14 major titles in his career, but never the French Open. The record holder is Roger Federer with 17 Grand Slam titles. He won his 14th in Paris in 2009, the only French Open in which Nadal lost a match. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' ' 
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"There's a technology conspiracy being perpetrated by computer hardware and software companies," says Ronald McKenzie, president of 3 Tier Client/Server Systems Inc., a computer consulting firm in Englewood, New Jersey. These companies, he warns, are out to get you to buy computer devices and components that you may never need, solely for the sake of being state of the art.

Many computer resellers contribute to the fleecing of the general public by employing hard nosed salespeople whose goal is to sell you any system not necessarily the one that's right for you. But the consumer is not without blame. By failing to educate ourselves about the components integral to a computer's performance, we consent to our own deception, explains Stephen Thomas, president of Panorama Computing Inc., a Cleveland based computer consulting firm.

The first decision to make is whether to buy an IBM compatible or an Apple Macintosh. "You should purchase a Mac if your livelihood is strongly dependent upon a Dt5FW6a9x computer, and you are in the music and creative arts field or doing video or film editing," says McKenzie. But McKenzie and Thomas agree that most people should lean toward purchasing IBM compatible machines.

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System memory: 16 MB is optimal. Though operating systems such as Windows 95 can run with 8 MB of RAM, memory prices are low and it doesn't add much to the total cost of the machine.

Expansion bus: These are the connections between the computer's motherboard, which houses the CPU, and peripheral devices, such as CD ROMs, installed in the system. New machines are equipped with no less than eight expansion slots, says McKenzie. It's important to determine how many ISA and PCI expansion slots your machine has. ISA slots communicate with your CPU at 8 MHz and PCI slots communicate with your CPU at 33 MHz.

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"The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Kathy Wakile is rumored to be fired from the show according to reports yesterday, but it sounds like she isn't confirming anything according to new tweets released on Nov. 14. Yesterday when the news hit that Kathy Wakile and Caroline Manzo had been fired from the show, "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Kathy Wakile was tweeting a picture of herself with Caroline and tagging Andy Cohen in the tweet.

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Later in the day yesterday, baseball jerseys the mystery thickened. A Canadian fan tweeted her, writing that she was excited about the upcoming season of the show because "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Kathy Wakile was favorite. "Kathy Wakile, watching RHONJ reunion show I think your whole family are truly wonderful people. Canada loves you, cheapjerseys com Can't wait for next season," the fan tweeted. "Awe thank you ! FYI . We Love Canada too !!" replied Kathy.

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Everett Harbor: Jetty Island and Vicinity :: Everett, WAJust beyond the mills and marinas of Everett's waterfront, Jetty Island has both wildness and antiquity: seabirds and sea lions can be seen near the rotting barges that were beached long ago to stabilize the shifting sandbars of the Snohomish River e

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Mount Pilchuck :: Granite Falls, WAA peak on the exact west edge of the range, prominent on the mountain horizon seen from the lowlands, offering broad views west over farms, towns, cities, and Whulge (as the original residents called the saltwater), to the Olympics and views east to

Mount Pilchuck :: Granite Falls, WALocated on the western edge of the Cascade Crest, Mount Pilchuck is readily apparent when viewed from the lowlands and highways. Its name is derived from the Indian word for the river meaning "red water," perhaps from the hue that wild game and berri

Mount Pilchuck :: Granite Falls, WAMount Pilchuck offers good technical trail running experience. Most of the trail is well maintained, but boulder fields always require a little more care than dirt trail. As the trail gets steeper it also gets rockier until you are climbing on blaste

Kelcema Lake and Deer Creek Pass :: Granite Falls, WAThe beginning of the Deer Creek Road was a railroad stop for the Everett and Monte Cristo Railroad, for the Bonanza Queen Mine located upstream on Deer Creek. There is a lot of history packed into this tiny lake in the Boulder River Wilderness beneat

Mount Walker :: Quilcene, WAMt. Walker is the only peak facing Puget Sound that has a road to its summit. Once on its 2,804 foot summit, you will find broad vistas at the north and south viewpoints. The views stretch across the seawater filled glacial valley called Hood Canal t

Mountain Loop Highway :: Darrington, WAFrom the old railroad town of Granite Falls to the logging center of Darrington, Mountain Loop Highway (a Forest Service scenic byway) follows the Stillaguamish and Sauk rivers through a mountainous region that blends soaring glaciated peaks, steep v

Fort Ebey State Park Campground :: Coupeville, WAFrom a tent camping perspective, Fort Ebey named for the pioneering Isaac Ebey family that settled the area is decidedly the least developed. It is evident that every attempt has been made to retain the natural beauty of the area. There are plent

Spencer Island Natural Wildlife Reserve Trails :: Everett, WASpencer Island sits at the center of the biologically flourishing Snohomish River Estuary, home to countless animals and plants, including more than 350 known species of birds. A series of trails explores the rich life of the wetlands, great for natu

Lime Kiln Trail at Robe Canyon Historic Park :: Granite Falls, WADespite its laid back demeanor, the quiet town of Granite Falls was once a thriving economic hub. The local railway disappeared long ago with the logging and mining firms it used to serve, but many archeological remnants of the industrial era operati

Three Fingers :: Granite Falls, WAThree Fingers and its companion, Whitehorse, are an unmistakable sight to the east from the flatlands near Everett. The gleaming Queest Alb Glacier leads to the saddle between South and Middle Finger, the high point of this tour. This tour is more su

Mount Pilchuck :: Granite Falls, WAMount Pilchuck is the western outpost of the Cascades between Mount Baker and Snoqualmie Pass. Its forested southwestern slopes and summit are clearly visible from Everett and, to a lesser wholesale nhl jerseys degree, Seattle. This tour offers panoramic views of the west http://rsocial.espu-ao.net/blogs/post/2043
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