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Team 2014-15 Team GP

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MELBOURNE, Australia - Stan Wawrinka is true to his word.Last year, after winning the Australian Open, he vowed that upon his return in 2015 he would go straight to the corridor in Rod Laver Arena known as the Walk of Champions, to take a picture of himself standing beside his larger-than-life image on the wall.And that is what Wawrinka did. He took a selfie.When I came back the first time here in the locker room, I had all the big memories from last year, Wawrinka said Saturday, after cruising to his third straight sets victory with a 6-4, 6-2, 6-4 win over Jarkko Nieminen. I came to see my picture and to take a picture with me with myself over there.Thats the best feeling. To see my picture over there with all these amazing champions, said the 29-year-old Swiss, who has spent most of his career in the shadow of countryman Roger Federer.Wawrinka is the defending champion, but he does not want to dwell on it — even though he enters post-match news conferences in a bright red T-shirt provided by his sponsor that says Stan the Man.He remains today, as he was right after his victory, more subdued than overjoyed when he talks about winning his first Grand Slam title. He gives the impression of a man who does not want to jinx his success by talking about it.My focus is on the tournament this year. Im not thinking about last year, Wawrinka said. I had some amazing memories last year, for sure. But its really important to stay on whats happened today, and whats going to happen tomorrow.In a news conference earlier in the week, Wawrinka said his approach was to start at zero again, to try to wipe out thoughts that could prove distracting.But to briefly revisit the past, Wawrinkas triumph last year included beating the then three-time defending champion Novak Djokovic in the quarterfinals and then No. 1-ranked Rafael Nadal in the final, despite having never beaten either of them before. As a result, he rose to a career-high ranking of No. 3.This year, Wawrinka is ranked No. 4 and could meet Djokovic in the semifinals and face another final against Nadal, who has returned from injuries in a determined bid for the title.No. 6 Andy Murray, seeking his third Grand Slam trophy, is another possible opponent for the final.As the Australian Open heads into its second week, the spotlight remains riveted on the top players still in the draw. The surprise third-round loss of No. 2 Roger Federer means that only three of the so-called Big Four are still in contention.Some high-profile observers, like Serena Williams, say Wawrinka cannot be overlooked.Stan is playing well. Hes kind of flying under the radar, said Williams, who nonetheless says Murray is her favourite to win.Keeping a low-profile suits Wawrinka fine.For sure, Im not the focus. For me it doesnt matter, he said. Im feeling great. Im happy the way Im playing. To get to the second week again, its great. So far, everything is good for me.On Monday in the fourth round, Wawrinka has a score to settle against Guillermo Garcia-Lopez, who beat him in the first round of last years French Open.That was a tough loss, thats for sure, he said. It will be nice to play him again in a Grand Slam — here. Jeremy Lin Jersey . - Chris Davis hit a two-run double, scoring Nelson Cruz in his Orioles debut in Baltimores 9-7 win over to the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday. DeAndre Hunter jersey .5 million, two-year contract that runs through 2015. Venable, the son of former big leaguer Max Venable, will make $4. https://www.thehawkslockerroom.com/Josh ... on-Jersey/. New York (16-9-8) took over first place in the Eastern Conference and has the best record in the league with one game remaining. Houstons five-game unbeaten streak was snapped, and the Dynamo (13-11-9) are sixth in the East with one game remaining. Jeremy Lin Hawks Jersey . The 22-year-old Kreider was injured Friday night in New Yorks win at Columbus, but played in the next two games -- including Monday nights win over Phoenix. But the left winger, who has 17 goals and 37 points this season, was limited to about 10 minutes of ice time in each of the previous games. Chandler Parsons Hawks Jersey . New York (16-9-8) took over first place in the Eastern Conference and has the best record in the league with one game remaining. Houstons five-game unbeaten streak was snapped, and the Dynamo (13-11-9) are sixth in the East with one game remaining.Max Domi did more than earn top forward honours at the World Junior Hockey Championship, he earned the No. 1 ranking on TSN Hockeys list of the top NHL-affiliated prospects. The Arizona Coyotes 12th overall pick in 2013 heads a list of the best prospects in the world whose rights are owned by NHL teams. Domi is a highly-skilled player with a burning competitive fire to match. The London Knights superstar was a huge factor in ending Canadas five-year gold drought. Two Sams – Reinhart and Bennett - round out the top three NHL-affiliated prospects. Buffalos Reinhart was also instrumental in Canadas championship after playing 9 games in the NHL prior to being returned to Kootenay of the WHL. His brilliance may be subtle but it is valuable to winning. Calgarys Bennett had shoulder surgery after an injury in Calgary training camp but watching him during a brief NHL pre-season appearance leaves no doubt about his enormous potential. Tampa Bays Andrei Vasilevsky is No. 4 and the only goalie listed among the Top 30. No. 5 right winger Nikolaj Ehlers is certain to bring high end skill to Winnipeg and perhaps an excitement similar to what Teemu Selanne brought to the Jets 22 years ago. The Jets have three players in the Top 30, with defenceman Josh Morrissey (No. 9) and centre Nic Petan (No. 17) joining Ehlers. The future is indeed bright for Winnipeg. Philadelphia is the only other team with three players – all defencemen - in the Top 30. No. 10 Travis Sanheim is a smooth skating blueliner who has all the makings of being a top two defenseman. No. 14 Sam Morin is big, very big and he has skill to along with it. No. 19 Shayne Gostibehere was a 2013-14 Hobey Baker Finalist but had a knee injury early this season in the AHL after debuting for two games with the Flyers. Other players in the top 30 from Canadian teams are No. 7 centre Leon Draisaitl, who has spent the majority of the season with Edmonton, No. 16 right winger William Nylander (Toronto) and No. 26 right winger Nikita Scherbak (Montreal). Ottawa and Vancouver dont have prospects among the Top 30, but the top three prospects from all seven Canadian teams are listed below. TOP 30 NHL-AFFILIATED PROSPECTS Player Age NHL Team 2014-15 Team GP G A P 1. Max Domi - C 19 Arizona London (OHL) 29 17 42 59 2. Sam Reinhart - C 19 Buffalo Kootenay (WHL) 18 9 20 29 3. Sam Bennett - C 18 Calgary Kingston (AHL) - - - - 4. Andrei Vasilevsky - G 20 Tampa Bay Syracuse (AHL) 19 2.25 .923 2 5. Nikolaj Ehlers - RW 18 Winnipeg Halifax (QMJHL) 25 20 33 53 6. Leon Draisaitl - C 18 Edmonton Kelowna (WHL) 4 3 3 6 7. Christian Dvorak - C 19 Arizona London (OHL) 38 28 44 72 8. Teuvo Teravainen - C 20 Chicago Rockford (AHL) 33 6 17 23 9. Josh Morrissey - D 19 Winnipeg Kelowna (WHL) 27 7 16 23 10. Travis Sanheim - D 18 Philadelphia Calgary (WHL) 41 10 29 39 11. Anthony Mantha - RW 20 Detroit G. Rapids (AHL) 25 6 6 12 12. Darnell Nurse - D 19 Edmonton S.S. Marie (OHL) 22 7 16 23 13. Michael Dal Colle - LW 18 NY Islanders Oshawa (OHL) 31 25 33 58 14. Sam Morin - D 19 Philadelphia Rimouski (QMJHL) 14 3 9 12 15. Dylan Larkin - C 18 Detroit Michigan (NCAA) 17 6 14 20 16. William Nylander - RW 18 Toronto Toronto (AHL) 21 8 12 20 17.dddddddddddd. Nic Petan - C 19 Winnipeg Portland (WHL) 27 6 27 33 18. Julius Honka - D 19 Dallas Texas (AHL) 32 2 7 9 19. S. Gostibehere - D 21 Philadelphia L. Valley (AHL) 5 0 5 5 20. Oliver Bjorkstrand - C 19 Columbus Portland (WHL) 32 25 23 48 21. Adrian Kempe - LW 18 Los Angeles MoDo 32 4 11 15 22. Pavel Buchnevich - C 19 NY Rangers Cherepovets (KHL) 34 10 11 21 23. Robby Fabbri - C 18 St. Louis Guelph (OHL) 22 18 20 38 24. Shea Theodore - D 19 Anaheim Seattle (WHL) 13 5 10 15 25. Riley Barber - RW 20 Washington Miami-OH (NCAA) 22 10 12 22 26. Nikita Scherbak - RW 19 Montreal Everett (WHL) 36 19 34 53 27. Derrick Pouilot - D 20 Pittsburgh W-Barre (AHL) 23 7 13 20 28. Kevin Fiala - C 18 Nashville HV 71 (SHL) 20 5 9 14 29. Mike Reilly - D 19 Columbus Minnesota (NCAA) 18 4 16 20 30. Ivan Barbashev - C 19 St. Louis Moncton (QMJHL) 32 22 28 50 TOP 3 PROSPECTS FROM EACH CANADIAN NHL TEAM Player Age NHL Team 2014-15 Team GP G A P 1. Sam Bennett - C 18 Calgary Kingston (OHL) 18 9 20 29 2. Emile Poirier - LW/RW 20 Calgary Adirondack (AHL) 31 12 12 24 3. Joni Ortio - G 23 Calgary Adirondack (AHL) 27 2.52 .916 3 1. Leon Draisaitl - C 19 Edmonton Kelowna (WHL) 38 28 44 72 2. Darnell Nurse - D 19 Edmonton S.S. Marie (OHL) 22 7 16 23 3. Laurent Brossoit - G 21 Edmonton Oklahoma City (AHL) 20 2.43 .922 1 1. Nikita Scherbak - RW 19 Montreal Everett (WHL) 36 19 34 53 2. J. De La Rose - LW 19 Montreal Hamilton (AHL) 31 4 2 6 3. Michael McCarron - C/RW 19 Montreal Oshawa (OHL) 30 24 21 45 1. Nick Paul - C/LW 19 Ottawa North Bay (OHL) 29 20 16 36 2. Fredrik Claesson - D 22 Ottawa Binghamton (AHL) 36 3 10 13 3. Matt Puempel - LW 21 Ottawa Binghamton (AHL) 36 9 15 24 1. William Nylander - RW 18 Toronto Toronto (AHL) 21 8 12 20 2. Connor Brown - RW 21 Toronto Toronto (AHL) 37 9 20 29 3. Andreas Johnson - LW 20 Toronto Frolunda (SHL) 36 14 6 20 1. Jake Virtanen - RW 18 Vancouver Calgary 23 10 15 25 2. Gustav Forsling - D 18 Vancouver Linkoping (SHL) 30 3 2 5 3. Thatcher Demko - G 19 Vancouver Bos. College (NCAA) 18 2.04 .930 0 1. Nikolaj Ehlers - RW 18 Winnipeg Halifax (QMJHL) 25 20 33 53 2. Josh Morrissey - D 19 Winnipeg Kelowna (WHL) 27 7 16 23 3. Nic Petan - C 19 Winnipeg Portland 27 6 27 33 ' ' '



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