New Jersey Devils (4-7-4, eighth in the Metropolitan Division) vs. Vancouver Canucks (9-5-3, third in the Pacific Division) Vancouver, British Columbia; Sunday, 4 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: Vancouver aims to break its three-game skid when the Canucks play New Jersey. The Canucks have gone 4-0-2 in home games. Vancouver ranks seventh in the league averaging 5.8 assists per game, led by Elias Pettersson with 0.9. The Devils have gone 2-5-0 away from home. New Jersey averages 10.3 penalty minutes per game, the sixth-most in the NHL. Kyle Palmieri leads the team serving 23 total minutes. New Jersey defeated Vancouver 1-0 in the last meeting between these teams on Oct. 19. TOP PERFORMERS: Pettersson leads the Canucks with 15 assists and has recorded 21 points this season. Bo Horvat has totaled five goals and seven assists over the last 10 games for Vancouver. Palmieri leads the Devils with six goals and has recorded 10 points. Jack Hughes has four goals and five assists over the last 10 games … [Read more...] about Vancouver faces New Jersey, aims to end 3-game slide
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Hundreds of loved ones gathered for an emotional vigil on Saturday to pray for the safe return of missing five-year-old Dulce Maria Alavez who was snatched from a park a week ago. Dulce has not been seen since she vanished at 5pm last Monday in Bridgeton, New Jersey. An amber alert for the missing girl is still in effect. Locals gathered in the park where she was last seen playing with her little brother and wore yellow - the color she was wore as she was taken by a suspect driving a red van. Dulce has not been seen since she vanished at 5pm last Monday in Bridgeton, New Jersey. An amber alert for the missing girl is still in effect Locals gathered in the park where she was last seen playing with her brother and wore yellow - the color she was wore as she was taken by a suspect driving a red van Bridgeton Mayor Albert B. Kelly addressed those attending the vigil - who lit candles and said prayers - saying the town would 'to do what they had to do to retrieve … [Read more...] about Emotional vigil is held for five-year-old Dulce Maria Alavez at the New Jersey park where she was snatched a week ago
The reward for missing five-year-old Dulce Maria Alavez who was snatched from a New Jersey park by a suspect driving a red van was raised to $35,000 on Friday as the hunt for the child intensified. Dulce has not been seen since she vanished at 5pm on Monday at a park in Bridgeton, New Jersey. An amber alert for the missing girl is still in effect. The reward was at $25,000 but an extra $10,000 was added later this week. Dulce's relatives have vehemently denied any involvement in her disappearance. On Wednesday, her 19-year-old mother Noema Alavez Perez revealed that investigators have suggested that a family member played a role in her daughter's kidnapping - a claim she denied. The reward for missing Dulce Maria Alavez hit $35,000 this week. She has not been seen since Monday when police say she was taken from a park by a man in a red van 'The police think our family did this,' she told NJ Advance Media. 'They think I did something … [Read more...] about Reward for missing five-year-old Dulce Maria Alavez who was snatched from a New Jersey playground by ‘a man in a red van’ rises to $35,000
Authorities have released the frantic 911 call made by the mother of five-year-old Dulce Maria Alavez in the moments after her daughter vanished from a local park. Noema Alavez Perez, 19, phoned police when she lost sight of her little girl during a family outing in Bridgeton, New Jersey on the evening of September 16. The call was obtained by NJ Advance Media on Thursday, and illuminates the panic Perez felt after Ducle's disappearance. 'I can't find my daughter!' the 19-year-old mom tells the dispatcher in a shaky voice. 'We were here at the park and people said that somebody … probably somebody took her!' she continues before breathing heavily into the receiver. Perez did not see the direction in which her daughter went, stating: 'She came down with my son. They were running to the park and then me and my sister we came down, but when we got here at the park, she wasn't here!' Authorities have released the frantic 911 call made by the … [Read more...] about ‘I can’t find my daughter!’ 911 call made by mother of missing Dulce Maria Alavez, 5, reveals her terror as she realizes the little girl has been abducted from a New Jersey park
MTVSnooki, The Situation and company make their return to television tonight (have they ever really left?) in the second season premiere of MTV's reality hit Jersey Shore. The press has been saturated with all things Guido and Guidette this week (poor Snooki), and now reviews of tonight's premiere are starting to trickle in. Most seem to find the show, at the very least, entertaining when not taken too seriously. With that in mind—fistpumps, everybody—here are the best lines from today's early reviews: The TV Paige blog at Chicago Sun-Times begins a bit negatively...:If someone asked me, "What's wrong with America?," I would probably answer, "Snooki Polizzi." It was around the time that Snooki was Twittering with John McCain about Obama's evil tanning tax that I realized things had gone too far. ...but starts to change its tune after a peak at J-WOWW's fresh new season two fashions:J-WOWW, who is truly a busty marvel of nature, interviews while wearing a cocktail umbrella … [Read more...] about ‘Jersey Shore’ Season 2 Reviews: The Best Lines
Updated | When news broke early Sunday morning of a mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, that killed 50 people and left over 50 critically injured, residents of the city began lining up in droves to offer their support at local blood banks. But the community hit hardest by the tragedy—gay men—was left feeling powerless because of a ban enacted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration more than 30 years ago that prevents gay men and men who have sex with men (MSM) from donating blood. When the policy was put into place in 1983, it was the height of the AIDS crisis, and diagnostic testing for HIV was unreliable. However, today, testing methods are dependably accurate, and technologies like the Intercept Blood System exist to prevent potential contamination of the nation's blood supply. Which is why, on Tuesday—which happens to be World Blood Donor Day—LGBT activists and medical experts spoke out against the antiquated public health policy. "Our … [Read more...] about Will the FDA’s Policy on Blood Donation From Gay Men Change After the Orlando Massacre?