Thank you, Nick
Food for thought, Red Wings fans…
This guy makes $800,000/year and has a 2.17 GAA and .927 save percentage in 22 games for a shoddy Carolina team.
Isn’t about time to stop beating the dead horse and getting a reliable goaltender?
Is there a quota on the number of times NBCSN broadcasters have to mention the Olympics? Or, do they get a bonus for every time they bring it up? Because, seriously, the numbers a guy put up in Sochi means as much to the NHL stats as the final score of the Superbowl. Let it go now.
A federal agency said California farmers hit hard by a withering drought will receive no irrigation water this year from a sprawling system of rivers, canals…
If you eat fruits or vegetables and live in the US or parts of Canada, this should be of interest to you. One-third of the produce provided to grocery stores in the US and Canada come from the Central Valley of California. No water means no crops. This impacts canned fruits and vegetables, and the almond and walnut crops, as well. Most of us have spent the winter bitching about cold weather and more snow than usual, but California has had more days of record-breaking heat and less than a handful of rain days. Thousands of jobs will be lost. The Central Valley has one of the highest unemployment rates in the country as it is, and now this drought will devastate an already stressed economy. Maybe this situation will show the truth of how mismanaged the resources of the Golden State really are. It is unfortunate that it takes a crisis to bring light to a situation that is obvious to anyone who looks.