HOCKEY PLAYERS ARE AWESOME Part 3 [HD]

HOCKEY PLAYERS ARE AWESOME Part 3 [HD]

This video shows how awesome Hockey players are, on and off the ice. Little things like the ones the players do in this video can make a fan?s day or making a little kid?s dream come true. To be a good Hockey player, you have to be good not only on the ice, but off the ice too.

Giving back to the fans is important, little things like shaking hands, say “Hi”, giving a puck or a stick, taking a photo and
signing an autograph can make them really happy.

Like and share this video. Let?s show how awesome hockey players are.

The footage belongs to NHL, FOXKings, Blackhawks TV, WTAE, FOXSports Wild, Boston Bruins, NHLPA and Anaheim Ducks.

Players featured: Anze Kopitar, Claude Giroux, Daniel Briere, Andrew Shaw, Jonathan Toews, Sidney Crosby, Charlie Coyle, Tuukka Rask, P.K. Subban, Steven Stamkos, Niklas Kronwall, Kris Versteeg, Dan Cleary, Phil Kessel, Eddie Lack and Hampus Lindholm.
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Jets vs. Eagles | Post Game Highlights | NFL

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YU Hongmei – Horse Racing (Erhu Solo) ??? ???? ??

YU Hongmei - Horse Racing (Erhu Solo) ??? ???? ??

This Mongolian folk music “Horse Racing” was performed on the Welcome Party of the 12th Shanghai Cooperation Organisation Conference in Beijing.

“Horse Racing” was written in 1959 by HUANG Haihuai (???), a well-known ethnic Han Chinese Erhu performer. “Horse Racing” depicts a scene of Inner Mongolian people celebrating their annual Nadam Fair. Erhu is a simple Chinese musical instrument. One must use many different techniques to play this music by Erhu. This music illustrates an amazing show of thousands of horses galloping and generating roaring sound. It is so unique and creative that it is recognized as a masterpiece of Erhu instrumental music. YU Hongmei (???) is one of the best Erhu performers in China.

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Tennis Random Acts Of Kindness Starring Rafael Nadal, Juan Martin del Potro

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In this week’s news, we highlight 2016 random acts of kindness from players featuring Rafael Nadal, Juan Martin del Potro, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Dominic Thiem and Novak Djokovic.
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Hail Mary: New Jersey Will Appeal Sports Betting Case To US Supreme Court – Legal Sports Report


NJ sports betting SCOTUS

New Jersey will make at least one more?effort to legalize sports betting in the state via the courts, as a petition will be filed to the US Supreme Court.

The state lost the latest in a string of court cases and appeals in August, in its attempt to allow?sports betting in New Jersey. That decision, from the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, will be appealed to the Supreme Court, according to ESPN reporter David Purdum.

The NJ sports betting?law, still on the sidelines

In 2014, the state had passed a law?in which it partially repealed its own sports betting ban, which would have allowed?wagering to take place at racetracks and casinos in?New Jersey.

That law has been tied up in the courts ever since, as the major North American professional sports leagues, the NCAA and the Department of Justice challenged the law as violating PASPA.?That is the law that prevents single-sport wagering from occurring anywhere in the US outside of Nevada.

The planned NJ sports betting appeal

The NJ sports betting appeal will apparently be filed later this week, per Purdum via a statement from state Sen. Raymond Lesniak.

It was a long expected move by New Jersey, which will make a last-ditch attempt to salvage its current sports betting law, which never took effect.

It has twice lost cases in the Third Circuit, the first coming in?In August of 2015. A panel of three judges considered the case, and New Jersey lost 2-1.

The state then requested a rehearing in front of an ?en banc? panel of active judges, a rare move for courts of this level. New Jersey lost for the second time in this court, with nine judges siding against the state, and three dissenters.

What are the chances the appeal is heard, or won?

There are no guarantees that the Supreme Court will grant the petition from New Jersey in the sports betting case. Each year, SCOTUS grants appeals?only to a small percentage of the cases that?ask for one.

Given the mechanics of the case, the granting of an appeal would appear to be a longshot:

  • There is no dissonance between multiple federal circuit courts on the matter, as New Jersey is the only state that has challenged PASPA in this manner. SCOTUS is more likely to grant an appeal if circuits disagree with one another.
  • The majority was pretty overwhelming in the en banc hearing, 9-3. Had the margin been closer, that might have made an appeal more likely.

Still, there is a non-zero chance the Supreme Court takes a look, with the possibility it could find PASPA unconstitutional and runs afoul of states? rights, aka the 10th Amendment.