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Stanley Cup Final 2019: Michael Ryder on the Bruins 2011 Stanley Cup, Tim Thomas and Game 7s

first_imgSN: Thoughts on tonight?MR: I’m sure it’s going to be a real battle that’s for sure and both teams play real hard; but, both goalies have been good the whole series. I think it’s going to come right to the end.I was a Bruin, so I would like to see them to do it again. There’s a couple of guys on the team that I played with [and] I’d like to see them get another Cup. Sporting News caught up over the phone with Ryder for his take on what this year’s Bruins squad – which includes five of his former teammates from eight years ago – is going through leading up to Wednesday’s deciding game against the St. Louis Blues. (Editor’s note: These responses have been edited for length and clarity.)SPORTING NEWS: Take us through the emotions leading up to the game.MICHAEL RYDER: A lot of excitement. As you know it’s one game, do or die and this is what you play for. You win, you take home the Stanley Cup, you lose, you go home with your head between your legs. It’s quite a feeling and you get that excitement just to play.2011 Bruins are here pic.twitter.com/sIMFRgbJNX— Stephen Whyno (@SWhyno) May 27, 2019SN: Do you think about the fact that it’s a Game 7 or is it just another game?MR: I think about it a little bit before [you think about it] but once the game starts players don’t think about it, they just think about playing the game, focusing and getting into the zone. They don’t think about what game it is, just play in that moment.For me personally, shift by shift, trying to do what I can each shift, just trying to play as hard as I can because there’s no tomorrow.MORE: Q&A with 2003 Game 7 hero Mike RuppSN: What was it like getting the Stanley Cup?MR: I think I was a little shocked at first. You’re so excited and then you get the Cup, you do your lap and you don’t know what to do with it because you’re so excited. You’re in shock. You see your family and you give them a wave. It kind of sets in a couple of days later [after] the moment.SN: Your team played on the road. Is there more added pressure because of the Bruins being at home for this Game?MR: Game 7 is Game 7. It’s not a pressure thing. The Blues feel the same way that the Bruins do. I was up there for Game 1 in Boston [and] it was pretty exciting to be there, just to see the energy in the building. Makes you want to get on the ice and play a game.But I think both teams tonight are going to give it their all and it’s going to be a good game to watch.The 2011 Bruins are here and TD Garden is already going bananas. pic.twitter.com/8QhhcDkw88— Conor Ryan (@ConorRyan_93) May 28, 2019SN: How do you combat all the emotions?MR: I think the team that copes with it the best, handles it the best, probably will win the game. That’s what it comes down to. It comes down to mistakes and the pressures involved. The team makes the most mistakes in those moments usually lose the game.SN: What did [Tim Thomas] mean to the 2011 team?MR: Oh, he stood on his head, he stood on his head for us. We probably wouldn’t have won the Cup if it wasn’t for him. Come playoffs it comes down [being] all about the goaltending and making those key saves in the right moments. Tim did that in the whole playoffs. You can have as good a team as you want but if your goaltending doesn’t make those saves in the right moment, which Timmy did for us throughout the whole playoffs and Tuukka [Rask] is doing for Boston right now, doing the same thing. They’re where they are because of the goaltenders.  BOSTON — The Boston Bruins may be new to hosting a Stanley Cup Final Game 7, but they’re no strangers to competing in one.Back in 2011, the Bruins defeated the Vancouver Canucks for the team’s sixth Stanley Cup in franchise history. Forward Michael Ryder was part of that run, becoming the second player from Newfoundland to lift the Cup.last_img read more

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Help wanted: Clerk/Recorder I – Register of Deeds

first_imgHelp wanted: Clerk/Recorder I- Register of Deeds. Pay range: $9.63 – $15.80Position performs varied clerical and general office duties including duties of receptionist. Maintains Uniform Commercial Records. Ability to operate general office equipment. Computer experience preferred. Completes various reports, indexes instruments in tract indexes and grantor/greantee, imputs instruments into imaging system, assists public. High School Diploma or GED equivalent, 1 to 3 years of clerical experience required.Submit county application prior to 08/11/15 to Sumner Co. Clerk’s Office, 501 N. Washington, Rm 101, Wellington Ks 67152, ph 620-326-3395 Job description available. EOElast_img

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‘Salary Harmonization’ Dominates Supreme Court’s Opening

first_imgChief Justice Francis Saye Korkpor: ” Judges should not be given the cause to be corrupted.”Chief Justice Francis Korkpor: “As priest of justice, a judge should not be given the cause to be corrupted in the performance of his/her judicial duties so as to be justified for any disciplinary action taken against him/her if found deficient in those qualities.”A decision by the legislature to create an Act to be named “An Act to Establish the National Remuneration Standardization of 2019”, with the intent to give the government legal rights to institute its salary harmonization plan to cover all government workers was the biggest theme on Monday, October 14 during the opening of the October 2019 Term of the Supreme Court that was attended by hundreds of lawyers.Recently, the Minister of Finance and Development Planning, Samuel Tweah, defended the salary harmonization policy, saying that it was the country’s international partners and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) that gave the advise requesting that the harmonization of pay salary should not exempt any of the three branches of government, including the legislators themselves. This in essence includes workers of the three branches of government and even public corporations.However, addressing his audience, many of whom were lawyers at yesterday’s ceremony, Chief Justice Francis Saye Korkpor, partly quoted Judicial Canon #6 under the caption: “Judges as Government Paid Officials,” which he said, provides that “As priest of justice, a judge should not be given the cause to be corrupted in the performance of his judicial duties, so as to be justified for any disciplinary action taken against him/her if found deficient in those qualities.”The entire Cannon#6 also states: “The judge is a government paid official, and must be paid adequately, he/she holds an exalted position, which prevents him from engaging in any business pursuit, therefore, he must be provided with the necessities of life, and with every means by which he will be able to perform his judicial duties effectively, efficiently and speedily.”It continues: “The judge must be encouraged and given the incentive to live a decent and dignified life that would prevent financial and domestic worries, and enable him to repel temptation, which is susceptible to human life. As priest of justice, a judge should not be given the cause to be corrupted in the performance of his/her judicial duties so as to be justified for any disciplinary action taken against him/her if found deficient in those qualities.”Justice Korkpor said he has followed with keen interest national discussion on the issue of salary harmonization to the point that the legislature has promulgated an Act to “Establish the National Remuneration Standardization of 2019.”“Let me comment on the burning issue that has to do with the ongoing process of salary harmonization,” Justice Korkpor said, asking his audience to carefully look at Article 72 of the 1986 Constitution.Article 72 provides: “The Justices of the Supreme Court, and all other judges shall receive such salaries, allowances and benefits as shall be established by law. Such salaries shall be subject to taxes as defined by law, provided that they shall not otherwise be diminished. Allowances and benefits paid to Justices of the Supreme Court and judges of subordinate courts may by law, be increased but may not be diminished except under a national program enacted by the Legislature; nor shall such allowance and benefits be subject to taxation.”That provision, also states: “The Chief Justice and the Associate Justices of the Supreme Court and judges of subordinate courts of record shall be retired at the age 70; provided, however, that a justice of judge, who has attained that age may continue in office for as long as may be necessary to enable him/her to render judgment or perform any other judicial duty in regard to proceedings entertained by him/her before he/she attained that age.”In light of the foregoing, Korkpor added, “We urge that any process of harmonizing or standardizing salaries of government officials and senior civil servants take into consideration requisite provision of the law, especially when applying to the judiciary to ensure justice and equality.”As though he was thinking about the effect of the salary harmonization on the judiciary, Justice Korkpor also expressed interest to be a part of any processes in that direction, meaning his money should be cut by whatever percentage.“We are prepared to work with, and engage the requisite government functionaries to provide necessary input(s) for proper application of the Act to the judiciary,” Korkpor said.In his intervention, the president of the Liberian National Bar Association (LNBA), Cllr. Tiawan Saye Gongloe, said that before the LNBA says anything on the matter, they would be happy if they were to know the salaries, allowances and benefits of the Chief Justice, the president, vice president, the speaker, the president pro-tempore, justices, ministers and judges.“As this matter has now been introduced for public consideration, a full knowledge of the salaries and or allowances and benefits of the Chief Justice, the President, the Vice President, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the President Pro-Tempore, Justices, ministers and judges will be helpful for the LNBA participation in the emerging public discourse on the issue raised by Chief Justice Korkpor,” Gongloe said.He said that based on such vital information, the issue of disparities between the salaries, allowances and benefits for the senior government officials of the other two branches of government, and those of the judiciary can be fully discussed and resolved, “because we are aware of  Article 72 of the Constitution.”The LNBA’ president explained that the same article 72 provides that the allowances and benefits of justices and judges should not be subject to taxation.“In any case, where it is determined  that the act reduces the salaries of the chief justice, justices and judges or subject their allowances and benefits to taxation; this court has a remedy as it has done in an other matters through a  ‘Sua Sponte’ consideration of the constitutionality of the act.“While the current issue of fairness in the implementation of the law on salary harmonization is being considered, we call for the maintenance of zero tolerance of corruption in the judiciary under all circumstances,” Gongloe advised the branches of government.Gongloe told Korkpor and the gathering that as of his view, the issue is an administrative matter that should be taken up at the highest level of government as a coordinate branch of government.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Flyers and Rangers playing final regular season home game tonight

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Flyers will be hitting the ice tonight to play their final regular season home game tonight, a game that was originally scheduled for late last week.The Flyers will be hosting the Spirit River Rangers at the North Peace Arena, the fifth meeting between the two teams this season. The two teams were set to battle it out last Thursday night, but the North Peace Hockey League postponed the game after freezing rain made highways across the Peace Region incredibly treacherous.Fort St. John is 3-and-1 against the Rangers so far this season. They beat Spirit River by a convincing 7-4 win on the road in the team’s second game of the season on November 3rd. The second contest at the North Peace Arena on November 24th was a much closer affair, as the two teams battled to a 4-4 draw after 65 minutes of hockey. The two opponents ended up needing to go to the fourteenth round of the shootout, where Brady Busche managed to seal the deal for the home team. The team’s only loss to Spirit River this season was by the score of 6-2 in Fort St. John on December 15th. The Flyers bounced back to double up the Rangers 6-3 on the road on January 5th.- Advertisement -The puck drops in Fort St. John tonight at 8:30 p.m.last_img read more