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Jeremy Lin was as comfortable in front of a crowd as he is on the court.
Rocker Alice Cooper's shows include guillotines, fake blood, electric chairs, the occasional boa constrictor.
Jeremy Lin's first NBA coach was practically gushing as he listed the qualities that have made the former Harvard guard a star in New York.
Joel Rechlicz is a hockey player right out of the 1970s, fresh with a wooden stick, a grizzled beard and tough-guy mentality. He believes in hitting first, fighting second and asking questions while serving his time in the penalty box.
Still in his skates, Dennis Wideman waded around the tiny visitors locker room at Scotiabank Place with sharpie in hand. It's a ritual of NHL All-Stars to get their teammates autographs, and the Washington Capitals defenseman wasn't letting this opportunity go to waste.
As a suspended player, Alex Ovechkin didn't want to be a distraction at NHL All-Star weekend. He succeeded in avoiding that role and the bevy of questions that would have inevitably come with his appearance in Ottawa, but that didn't mean his absence wasn't a topic of conversation.
Daniel Alfredsson of the host Ottawa Senators and the Boston Bruins' Zdeno Chara will serve as captains for the NHL All-Star game.
This should be a good time for Dallas Stars fans.
Michael Ryder scored the go-ahead goal at 6:42 of the third period after Dallas wasted a three-goal lead, and the Stars went on to 5-3 victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Monday night.