After another successful outing for the NHL Winter Classic (bravo Henrik Lundqvist by the way) talk of future out door events has shared been various sources this week. Whilst Detroit getting the 2013 Winter Classic seems to be a lock, beyond that little seems to have been planned besides the promise of an event in Washington DC (in a currently unspecified year) and an apparent desire by the Rangers to take the event to Yankee Stadium.
You can customise just about anything you pick up in Destiny 2, but you can’t change your character – and this bugs me more than it should. The Shader rage passed me by – I don’t care that applying the Golden Trace to my chest armour means using a consumable item now; if anything I kind of like the idea behind it, the notion that it becomes part of the replay-ability/grind of Destiny 2. I’ll pick up whatever I pick up, and if I happen to like a specific shader then great! I’ll use it.
Much of the criticism centred around Trump’s controversial immigration policies, which would result in Toronto Maple Leafs centre Nazem Kadri being unable to enter the US for the 2019 Stanley Cup Final against Minnesota, as well as the planned construction of a giant statue of ‘The Bhulin Wall’ being built along the Mexican border as a permanent reminder of Tampa Bay’s 2004 Championship.
@Classlicity Don't get me wrong, he's made some incredibly baffling moves in both Boston and Edmonton, but appears to remain somewhat teflon in some people's eyes... I can't figure it out. I'm glad he's not the Isles GM anyway.
@Classlicity Wouldn't be surprised if there are other GMs who have done the same - based on either what they already have, what they need or both. Feel like EDM was a case of 'both of the above' here given who they had (potentially or otherwise) at C at that time & where some holes were
@Classlicity I mean, yeah, he is; but I think this particular skewer is a little unfair on him - at one point Puljujärvi was, at least very marginally, in the conversation to go 1st overall. Would still have been consensus pick as 'best player available at 4' at that time I think.
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