We won’t know until next May, assuming the Rangers make it. We know that Nash will put up big numbers in the regular season, and he will be an important member of Team Canada. But assuming the Rangers do make the postseason, Nash has to deliver. He was brought in to be a closerto take the Rangers over the humpand he flopped in the postseason. We all know how talented Nash is, but that means nothing if he can’t perform in the clutch. Obviously, there’s a lot of time in between then and now. But it’s absolutely crucial that Nash delivers in the postseason. If he doesn’t, the Rangers simply won’t win it all. Ryan Callahan: Health Joel Auerbach/Getty Images Ryan Callahan probably won’t be ready for the start of the season, but he is making progress on his surgically repaired shoulder. As Alain Vigneault told the New York Post, Callahan is ahead of Carl Hagelin, who also had an offseason shoulder surgery: “Ryan I think is a little aheadof Carl as far as shooting the puck. Carl is more of a controlled motion and is not as committed to his shot right now as Ryan may be.” That’s all well and good, and the Rangers will obviously benefit from Callahan’s return. But there is cause for concern: Callahan plays an all-out style. He’s going to charge into the boards, throw his body in front of a puck and put his body in danger. But, as Glen Sather told the New York Post , Callahan”must have separated his shoulder eight or nine times during the year and he kept playing.” Maybe Sather was exaggerating. Then again, Callahan had only five points in 12 postseason games.
Shinnyo Lantern Floating For Peace Draws Thousands Of New Yorkers To Central Park To Celebrate Peace
Our prayers express the interconnectedness of the past, present, and future. Through our rites and rituals, we honor the countless lives that have come before us, to whom we owe the present. We gain insight and judgment from them on how to live today, and how to open the doors to a better, more peaceful tomorrow.” Photos from the Shinnyo Lantern Floating for Peace ceremony can be found here: http://mm.gettyimages.com/mm/nicePath/gyipa_public?nav=pr196334857 Shinnyo-en is dedicated to helping people from all backgrounds and faiths realize greater self-awareness, happiness, and harmony for the good of humanity. For many years the organization wished to create the lantern floating experience in Central Park during the month of September to galvanize the international, interfaith and multicultural communities and reinforce the message that each individual has the potential to promote peace in their everyday lives. Shinnyo-en has conducted contemporary Shinnyo Lantern Floating ceremonies around the world, in settings as diverse as Hawaii and Kenya. The unprecedented event in New York City involved the construction of a specially-designed reflecting pool, built over 50 hours, and filled with more than 30,000 gallons of water. Visitors assembled individual paper and wood lanterns by hand and inscribed them with personal messages of peace before setting them afloat on the reflecting pool. More than 2,200 lanterns were set afloat throughout the day-long event. At dusk, a special Closing Ceremony was led by Her Holiness that included music and cultural performances by local New York City artists. In addition, to further illuminate the message of the Shinnyo Lantern Floating for Peace, Her Holiness honored four prominent women peacemakers whose courage and leadership have contributed to important advancements towards promoting peace and reconciliation. The peacemakers who were recognized included Mrs. Zainab Hawa Bangura, United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Sexual Violence in Conflict; Ms.
One play inparticularwhich washighlightreel worthy was a late second-quarter pass in which Smith looked to separate from Amukamara. Theyoungcornerback closed ground and managed to knock the pass away. Amukamaradidn’tget much action in the second half as the Panthers stayed away from him and then went to the running game to close out the game. Aaron Ross: C- With the Panthers trying to take advantage of Ross, who was starting in place of the injured Corey Webster, the veteran corner responded with a tale of two halves. In the first half, Ross was solid, playing the receivers tighter instead of allowing too much cushion. This resulted in a couple of pass breakups. Ross also picked off quarterback Cam Newton early in the second quarter for his first interception since Nov. 20, 2011, when he picked off Philadelphias Vince Young in MetLife Stadium. In the second half, however, Ross was beaten for two touchdowns, the first by Brandon LaFell early in the third quarter, and the second by Ted Ginn Jr. in the fourth quarter. Terrell Thomas: C Thomas wasn’t pressed into action too much in the first half, but he was the guilty party who gave up the touchdown reception to receiver Brandon LaFell near the end of the second quarter. Safeties The Star-Ledger-USA TODAY Sports Antrel Rolle: B Rolle had arelativelyquietafternoon, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, as the Panthers didn’t try to attack the Giants defense too much with the deep ball. Credit Rolle from stopping receiver Ted Ginn Jr. on an end-around when the receiver looked to have daylight in front of him once he received the ball.