The Kings answered midway through the second period with a power-play goal from Kaliyev to knot the score at one. Ottawa answered less than two minutes later, however, with a power-play goal of its own to re-take a 2-1 advantage. Kaliyev struck again, however, with his second power-play goal of the game to push the score level heading into the second intermission. Hear from Arvidsson, Kaliyev and Head Coach Todd McLellan following tonight’s game. Notes –– Arthur Kaliyev (2-0-2) recorded his first career multi power-play goal game, both of which came in the second period.
The Sacramento Kings debuted their 2022-23 NBA regular season at home against the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday night with a tough loss due to the 'little things'. The Trail Blazers had 11 offensive rebounds by the final whistle and far too many of those were due to an inexcusable lack of box-outs. Portland had 11 offensive rebounds last night, a big part of the Kings falling short. It's undeniable that Lillard and Anfernee Simons are the engines of the Trail Blazer's offense and the Kings successfully slowed those two guys down. Obviously, they made some deep ones but I wouldn't say that either one of them won them the game," Fox said.3 months ago The Kings Herald
Erling Haaland has scored 17 goals in just 11 English Premier League matches this season. For Dortmund, even despite struggles with injury during the last of his two-and-a-half seasons in Germany, Haaland scored 86 goals in 89 matches. In total for club and country, he's scored 198 goals in 238 matches, and he's still just 22. "You're trying to compare him with somebody, [but] I've never seen a player so young have that desire to score the goals he's scored. "I think this lad could end up being the best player we've seen in the Premier League, I really do.3 months ago Insider
Media outlets have described a recent attack in New York City as an instance of the "knockout game." "Knockout game? "Knockout game" is a term often used to spark panic and play into racist rhetoricReports of "knockout game"-related crime date back at least a decade. Outlets and police agencies have continued attributing crimes to the alleged knockout game in recent years. Ferguson said use of "knockout game" as a buzzword to stoke fear will probably continue forever.3 months ago Insider
Judge Barbara Bellis ordered Alex Jones to pay $473 million in punitive damages on Thursday. This is in addition to the nearly $1 billion verdict the jury ordered Jones to pay in the case. Jones was found liable by default for spreading a lie that the Sandy Hook shooting was a hoax. Free Speech Systems filed for bankruptcy shortly before the first Sandy Hook trial kicked off. A third Sandy Hook trial, also back in Texas, is supposed to commence in the coming months.2 months ago Insider
"Scooby-Doo" star Freddie Prinze Jr. told Esquire he was asked to take a pay cut for the sequel. He said that Warner Bros. asked him to take the cut after his costars asked for a raise. "My ego was so angry," Prinze Jr. said in the interview. In a new interview with Esquire, Prinze Jr. shared his frustrations about filming the franchise, including being asked to take a pay cut. According to Prinze Jr., the studio allegedly released his salary in a magazine to persuade him to take the pay cut.2 months ago Insider
In 1955, the North American Aerospace Defense Command set up a phone line for children asking about Santa. Now, NORAD's operation has grown from a single Santa phone line to a complex tracking operation, which includes real-time location data about all the good children Santa has visited and the number of presents he has delivered. Lieutenant Sean Carter, a public-affairs officer who runs the NORAD Tracks Santa program, told Insider that the phones are operated by 1,500 volunteers on average each year. "When our pilots intercept Santa and his sleigh, they're able to wave and waggle the wings and Santa knows where they are," Wright told NPR. Here is a list of ways to track Santa this year:1 month ago Insider
The WNBA superstar penned a letter thanking fans for helping her "not lose hope" while in prison. "However, there remain too many families with loved ones wrongfully detained." REUTERS/Maxim ShemetovLike Griner, Whelan was deemed "wrongfully detained" by the US government. Even still, securing the 52-year-old's freedom has posed far tougher than freeing other wrongfully detained Americans. "I hope you'll join me in writing to Paul Whelan and continuing to advocate for other Americans to be rescued and returned to their families."1 month ago Insider