#1 not discriminate against homosexuals during the Feb. 7-23 von miaowang123 28.02.2019 01:44

Coming off of a shootout loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs on a controversial goal on Saturday, the Ottawa Senators find themselves visiting a club still dealing with a slightly more embarrassing goal. Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick didnt hide his frustrations following his clubs most recent loss and should get a chance to rebound on Wednesday night as the Kings host the Senators. Quick, a former Conn Smythe Trophy winner and Vezina Trophy nominee, had a forgettable night on Monday in Los Angeles home opener versus the New York Rangers. With his club down just a single goal and on a power play, he misplayed a clear by New Yorks Ryan McDonagh that resulted in a blooper goal for the Rangers. McDonagh sent the puck down the length of the ice off the boards. Quick came out to his left to play the puck and dropped his stick in the process. He then attempted to stop the puck with his blocker, but the disc skipped off his equipment and into the net 4:39 into the third frame and the Kings went on to lose 3-1. Asked his thought process on the play afterward, Quick responded softly, "Play 60 minutes -- you try to stop the puck for your teammates, thats the thought process. Everybody gives up bad goals and its part of the game." Further pressed on what happened, Quick appeared to grow frustrated. "You guys are writing a story on that one goal? The stick fell out of my hand. I tried to stop it with my blocker, it hit my blocker," he said. Quick ended with 25 saves and Jake Muzzin had the only goal for the Kings, who have lost two straight after opening the season with a victory and were credited with 17 giveaways as a team. "I think theres some execution issues when players have pucks on their stick and give it to the other team," noted Kings head coach Darryl Sutter after saying he wasnt concerned with the teams effort. Ottawa had its issues in a 5-4 shootout loss to the Leafs on the weekend as the club failed to hold a two-goal lead, giving up a score late in the second period before yielding the tying marker with 5:52 to go in regulation. Toronto then got goals from Mason Raymond and Tyler Bozak in the shootout, while Milan Michalek and Jason Spezza had their tries stopped. Spezza will not to be in the Senators lineup tonight as he continues to deal with a groin injury. Raymond opened the shootout with a spin-o-rama goal on Craig Anderson, a play that Sens head coach Paul MacLean feels should be illegal. "I think its a very unfair play for the goaltender for the guy to come in and blow snow on him," MacLean said. "To me he came to a full stop and the puck went backwards and came forwards, but thats me. Im only a fisherman from Nova Scotia, so I dont know nothin about nothin." Kyle Turris had a goal and two assists, while Anderson made 38 saves for Ottawa, which had opened its season with a 1-0 victory over Buffalo last Friday. Cory Conacher, Jared Cowen and Jason Spezza all added goals. Spezza is not expected to be in the Senators lineup as he continues to deal with a groin injury. The Sens are beginning the season with a six-game road trip and are set to open the western part of the trek. They are slated to visit San Jose, Anaheim and Phoenix following tonights game. "We need to get our group in practice," MacLean said of fixing the mistakes from Saturdays loss. "Well have that opportunity when we go out west and were going to take advantage of it. The good thing is we took three of four points on the road (so far) and weve been able to score enough to win games. Weve got to keep going." The Kings notched a 4-1 win over the Senators at home when the clubs last met on Jan. 23, 2012, with Quick stopping 27 shots. 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Both had to wait out a rain interruption lasting nearly five hours before taking comprehensive third-round victories to join Carling Bassett-Seguso (1983, 1986), Patricia Hy-Boulais (1996-97) and Daniel Nestor (1999) as Canadians who made it into the second week of a major.NOVO-OGARYOVO, Russia -- President Vladimir Putin sought to ease concerns that Russias new anti-gay law would be used to punish athletes who display rainbow flags during the Winter Olympics in Sochi, while insisting that gays are not discriminated against in his country. "I assure you that I work with these people, I sometimes award them with state prizes or decorations for their achievements in various fields," Putin said in an interview with The Associated Press and Russias state Channel 1 television late Tuesday. "We have absolutely normal relations, and I dont see anything out of the ordinary here." He added that Russians love Tchaikovsky even though the composer was said to have been a homosexual. "Truth be told, we dont love him because of that, but he was a great musician and we all love his music," Putin said. Putin offered to meet with members of the gay and lesbian community if they asked to see him. The law on "propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations," which Putin signed in July, makes it illegal to expose minors to information that portrays these relationships as normal or attractive. The law imposes hefty fines, while also subjecting foreign citizens to up to 15 days in prisoon.dddddddddddd While Russian officials have reassured the International Olympic Committee that Russia will not discriminate against homosexuals during the Feb. 7-23 Sochi Games, they also have said that the law will be enforced. This has left open the question of what would happen to athletes or fans if they made statements or gestures that could be considered propaganda. In the interview at his country residence outside Moscow, Putin said that they would not be punished. But he clearly has no intention of allowing a gay pride parade during the Olympics. Last month, he signed a decree banning all demonstrations and rallies in Sochi throughout the Winter Games. Putin said he had full confidence in Russias special services and law enforcement agencies to provide security during the games. Sochi sits just west of Russias North Caucasus, where an Islamic insurgency is simmering. "Terrorists are always a threat to someone," he said. "If well be scared of them, it means they have won. But that doesnt mean we can have a devil-may-care attitude toward this threat. We must do everything to stop these threats and not give the terrorists a single chance to demonstrate their brutality and hatred of mankind." ' ' '

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