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BOSTON (AP) Hockey pioneer Willie O’Ree was honored in Boston on Wednesday on the 60th anniversary of the Bruins forward breaking the NHL’s color barrier.

At a news conference at the TD Garden before the Bruins game against the Montreal Canadiens, Mayor Marty Walsh declared Jan. 18, 2018 to be “Willie O’Ree Day.” O’Ree made his debut in 1958 during a 3 0 victory against the Canadiens at the Forum in Montreal.

Walsh called O’Ree a Boston legend who changed the city for the better and thanked him for his courage. As part of the celebration,
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the city dedicated a new street hockey rink in the Allston Brighton neighborhood to be known as Willie O’Ree Rink.

The 82 year old O’Ree received a loud applause while he walked to center ice for a ceremonial puck drop between captains Zdeno Chara of Boston and Max Pacioretty of the Canadiens. Wearing his No. 22 on his Bruins jersey, O’Ree tipped his black fedora to the crowd.

Both teams wore patches with a ’60’ centered in a circle, the NHL logo on top,
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‘Willie’ on one side and ‘O’Ree’ the other with ‘anniversary’ scrolled across the bottom. The same design was on the ice behind both goals.

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While preparing for a Boston Celtics shootaround Thursday morning, guard Terry Rozier anticipated the line of questioning he was going to field.

“Hold on,” he told a waiting reporter. “I need to put on my Nikes.”

With a smile, Rozier acknowledged he figured he would be asked about a report Adidas terminated his contract last season because he wore a rival company’s shoes to one of the Celtics’ shootarounds.

“It was the Eastern Conference Finals,” Rozier recalled. “The cameras were out. This was last year.”

As reported by Sports Illustrated’s Jon Wertheim, Rozier’s contract with Adidas, signed on Jan. 28, 2016, would have paid him $300,000 total over three years. But after Rozier wore Nikes in front of all the playoff media, Adidas terminated the deal. Rozier said his rep informed him the shoe company had backed out of the partnership.

“Nothing too serious,” Rozier said Thursday. “He just said it was coming to an end.”

Now, Rozier said Adidas is “just a jealous ex.”

“And I guess they see somebody doing good so they want to say something,” he said. “I don’t really care. That’s all I gotta say about that. It’s just sometimes your ex gets your number and they bring up your past.”
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“Our Celtics family and our fans join all Bostonians in demonstrating our city’s great strength by coming together to stand as one to get through this difficult time ,” Boston Celtics Managing Partner and Shamrock Foundation President Stephen Pagliuca said. “We are proud of all the heroic efforts that were made during this horrible tragedy and would like to show our support to those victimized by this terrible act.”

The Celtics have also partnered with Adidas to create a special Celtics limited edition T shirt bearing the words “Boston Stands as One”. The 2,620 shirts have been created with 100 percent of the proceeds from sales donated to The One Fund Boston.

The shirts were to be worn by the Celtics players during pregame warm ups before the Celtics Knicks playoff games beginning with game 1 in New York on April 20. The team also planned to wear a special uniform patch throughout the playoffs as a tribute to those affected by the tragedy and those who acted heroically in support of the victims.
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The Boston Bruins’ redesigned jerseys have finally arrived and there are a few changes.

Boston’s new threads feature the usual mainstays of a Bruins’ sweater, including the traditional black and gold color scheme and the spoked B.

However, there are a couple of tweaks. One notable change are the socks, as the Bruins appear to be switching from yellow to black for the 2017 18 season.

Another big change is the font on the back, as the traditional black outline between the gold lettering has been removed with a white trim forming a new boundary on the nameplate. There is also a lack of black outlines with the jersey number as well.

According to a team release, the tweaks to the new Bruins jersey were made in order to simplify the coloration of the number letter systems improving arena and broadcast readability while also preserving the team’s historic uniform identity.

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Along with the new jerseys, the switch from Reebok to Adidas is expected to cut down on the NHL’s wardrobe, with the league set to get rid of every alternate jersey next year.

The Bruins’ last major jersey redesign occurred before the 2007 08 season, when the team’s new Reebok Edge sweaters featured an altered spoked B and a new alternate logo on the shoulder.
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Mr Shah, 30, a former pupil at Tong High School, set up his business near Manchester Road in Bradford in 2005 before moving it to Birkby Hall Road, Huddersfield, where the incident took place.

He said: “I don’t know what was going through my head, it was just a gut feeling, just instinct, you just do it. I just had to get out of there somehow.”

Sales executive Waqas Shaikh, who also lives in Bradford, was held against a wall by the robber with the crowbar. After Mr Shah locked down the showroom both robbers turned on him, he said,
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and continued to demand money before fleeing.

He said: “To be honest it didn’t really hit me what was happening at first, we just thought it was a prank. When we realised it wasn’t I was really scared, just in shock.

Both suspects were masked with black balaclavas masks and both were wearing grey Adidas hooded tops with three white stripes on the arms and dark tracksuit bottoms.

The man with the gun was believed to be white, of athletic or slim build, about 5ft 9ins tall and spoke with a Yorkshire accent.

The other man was believed to be black, well built or muscular, and about 6ft 1ins tall.

Police are now appealing for anyone who saw two people of similar descriptions hanging around the car dealership on Wednesday, December 14, between 7pm and 8.30pm.

Anyone with information about the robbery, which happened last Friday at 7pm, is asked to phone Huddersfield CID on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously,
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Wakering have won 11 of their last 12 league matches and have kept five clean sheets in their last seven league outings to climb to fourth in the standings.

But O’Connell is not taking anything for granted as he looks to put more points on the board in their bid to win promotion come the end of term.

“The boys are feeling confident,” he said, following Saturday’s 2 0 win against Sporting Bengal United. “I made a few changes on Saturday and the guys on the bench Jay Nash and Chris Bryan came on and were excellent, making a real difference.

“I believe two teams will go up [with 12 runners up from the 14 step five leagues promoted] because of the points we are accumulating, but we need to keep going.

“We play Redbridge, who are at the top for a reason. They were favourites at the start of the season and we need to play without fear.

“I’ve always had tough games there and I expect the same tonight.”

Ricky Evans returns, while Charlie Seaden is nearing a return to first team action after suffering a serious injury.

Southend Manor will be determined to pick up three points against bottom side Hackney Wick in their bid to return to form.

Stansted were 1 0 winners at Southchurch Park on Saturday and now head to Hackney, who have lost their last seven but got a draw at Manor earlier in the season.
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On hearing that his 20 year jail term had been upheld, the ex commander of Bosnian Croat forces said he was not a criminal and then drank from a bottle.

In 2013, he was sentenced for crimes in the city of Mostar during the Bosnian war from 1992 95.

Praljak was one of six former Bosnian Croat political and military leaders up before the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY).

They were attending the final appeals judgment to be handed down by the court.

Though allies against the Bosnian Serbs in the war, Bosnian Croats and Muslims also fought each other for a period of 11 months, with Mostar seeing some of the fiercest fighting.

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‘Don’t take away the glass’After hearing the verdict, General Praljak stood and raised his hand to his mouth, tipped his head back and appeared to swallow a glass of liquid.

“I have taken poison,” he said.

Presiding judge Carmel Agius immediately suspended the proceedings and an ambulance was called.

“Okay,” the judge said. “We suspend the. We suspend. Please, the curtains. Don’t take away the glass that he used when he drank something.”

1970 72: Graduates in Zagreb with diplomas in engineering, philosophy, sociology, and drama

1970s 80s: Teaches philosophy and sociology,
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works as theatre director, produces TV films and documentaries

1991: Joins Croatia’s army as wars erupt in Yugoslavia, promoted to Maj Gen rank

1993: Becomes commander of the main staff of the Bosnian Croat defence forces (HVO)

After wars: Goes into business

2004: Turns himself to The Hague court, granted provisional release

2012: Ordered to return to detention unit in The Hague

2013: Sentenced to 20 years in prison

29 Nov 2017: Dies by drinking poison in courtroom after his jail sentencing is upheld

Natacha Gaveau Ivanovic, Praljak’s lawyer, told the BBC that she did not believe the tribunal treated her client fairly.

“I have no idea what happened and how it happened but for me what is very important, more important is why he did it,” she said.

The lawyer said she thought her client drank poison because he believed that he was an “innocent man”. She said that he had the right to “consider that” because the tribunal “didn’t limit itself to judge just personal responsibility, they took on them to judge [the] politics of people, of a state, the history”.

She added: “It’s very hard from the people who are from this country to accept that, and actually they cannot accept it.”

Crimes against MuslimsPraljak, the former commander of the main staff of the Bosnian Croat defence forces (HVO),
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was jailed for crimes against humanity.

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Designers such as American Eagle Outfitters and Skechers have created bowling inspired shoes. Nike has many varieties of slip on tennis shoes, but Skechers is catching up with its sleek version. And companies such as and Nine West have revitalized the demi or ankle and midcalf boots.

“In athletics, the slip on and slip in sneakers are the biggest emerging category,” Skechers spokeswoman said. “Last year there were only a few shoes designed for before or after court use, and now (there are) dozens of styles and colors in the line.”

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It was a tough way to lose as Orlando Boone watch Palmetto run out the clock in the semifinals of the adidas Florida State 7v7 Championships on Saturday. Nonetheless, the Braves still qualified for the southeast regional, which will be held July 17 18 in Valdosta, Ga.

The Braves had the football with a two point lead heading into the final minute of play, but an interception turned the tables, giving Pametto the ball and a one point lead with about 40 seconds remaining. Palmetto chose to run the ball, which is legal in this 7 on 7 format, and Boone had to watch the clock run out.

“It’s bittersweet,” Boone quarterback Tommy Verzi said. “It shows . we’ve gotten so much better. I can’t even explain how much better we’ve gotten, but in the end, we didn’t win, so .”

Verzi did a nice job over the two day event, making limited mistakes and finding the right targets that consisted mostly of speedy Nick DeLoach, Brandon Bush, Jean Bossous, Tyree Jones and Riley Bell. All of those players, and then some, made key catches that helped Boone roll to a 7 0 record before losing in the semifinal matchup.

Boone took the lead in the final two minutes of the semifinal game after a Jacob Bruno interception in the end zone and a subsequent 40 yard catch and run for a touchdown by DeLoach. Riley Bell made a nice over the shoulder grab for the two point conversion and Boone had it’s two point lead.

The late interception, however, which bounced off DeLoach’s hands and into the hands of a diving Palmetto defender, was the difference maker.

Defensively for Boone, Malik Washington, Zach Sites, John Joanis made key plays, as did other contributors. Boone did all of this without one of its top players Alex Bergan, who was unable to participate.

“It’s fun. The kids played with a lot of excitement and that’s really why we do 7 on 7. The result is secondary to that,” said Boone head coach Andy Johnson, whose team could see Palmetto again in Valdosta, where they will also be joined by tournament winner Jacksonville Ribault and the other semifinalist Clearwater High.

Next months event will involve the top four teams from Florida, Georgia and Louisiana in the Southeast Regional. Army All American Bowl, and Dave Menard are hoping to see blossom in the future. This year those three states are the only ones involved, but the duo is hoping things launch from this 2015 start up model.

It’s a concept that rivals the “all star” based 7 on 7 events, and Menard, the owner of Airo Sports, which has sponsored 7 on 7 tournaments in both formats, says helps keep the integrity of the game and focus on the players.

The team concept is aimed at helping keep players within the realm of participation with their own schools during the “offseason” and another attempt by adversaries of “all star” 7 on 7 events to help circumvent the issues many see associated with that type of atmosphere.

“There is more bad than good,” Menard said of the all star format. “For every good manager out there you have four or five bad ones.

“The bad [coaches] are selling these kids off to colleges, trying to influence players to go to a different high school and so on.”
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