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TORONTO To help Auston Matthews through the first offensive slowdown of his early NHL career, Mike Babcock has been employing video of Sidney Crosby and Henrik Zetterberg.

The Maple Leafs head coach has professed utmost confidence in Matthews throughout a November offensive slide, noting the difficulties of handling the centre ice position as a first year player. Matthews stormed out of the gate with six goals and 10 points in his first six games, including a historic four goal outing in his NHL debut. He since slowed, at least production wise, with no goals and only two assists in the past nine games.

Babcock has observed subtle adjustments from Matthews over the past couple weeks, specifically the Arizona native dramatic improvement in the faceoff circle. Matthews went 43 per cent on the draw in the opening five games, 53 per cent in the following five and 61 per cent in the last five outings.

That was an indicator of rapid adjustment from a player who was just getting his bearings in hockey most competitive league.

he telling you already is he likes having the puck, Babcock said. sick and tired of chasing it already. So then the next thing he going to figure out if he stops in the right places on defence and puts his stick in the right place, the offensive players are going to keep giving it back to him and then his skill set is going to come out.

the hardest part for a kid when you come in the National Hockey League is you never get the puck. where the video has come in handy.

In one on one sessions Babcock showed Matthews how Zetterberg,
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the long time Red Wing, got the puck back just by standing in the right places defensively. He showed Matthews how when Crosby got the puck, he lured the defence out of position and then didn hesitate to make a play.

The Leafs are still badly outchancing the opposition with Matthews on the ice and puck possession indicators remain strong despite the lacking production. Matthews believes he grown stronger defensively in recent weeks. He also leads Toronto with 58 shots, though he last scored Oct. 25 against Tampa, a string of nine games.

Matthews was one of the few Leafs, however, to fare well in some respects in a Saturday loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins. Facing off primarily against the Penguins second pair of Olli Maatta and Trevor Daley, Matthews finished with a 56 per cent puck possession mark in nearly 16 five on five minutes.

He had only one shot though and was held pointless in the 4 1 defeat.

our situation we need him to be a dominant, dominant centre for us, Babcock said. think he going to be by Christmas time. We think he a very good player already. But we think he can be lights out both with and without the puck.
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Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal has been fined 15 percent of his match fee for taunting Matthew Wade during Australia’s batting collapse in their first cricket test in Dhaka.

Tamim was charged with conduct that was contrary to the spirit of the game, after giving Wade an animated send off during Bangladesh’s march towards their historic first test victory over Australia.

As Wade trudged from the ground, after being dismissed by Shakib Al Hasan shortly before lunch on day four, Tamim approached and gestured vigorously for him to hurry up.

Tamim made the most of his milestone 50th test,
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scoring 71 in the first innings and top scoring with 78 in the second.

Bangladesh skipper Mushfiqur Rahim suggested after the match that the Australians had attempted to run down the clock at the end of the first session on day four.

“They had aggression, but we also showed that Bangladesh can be an aggressive side,” Mushfiqur said. “They saw it in our body language, apart from how we did with the bat and ball.

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[Australian batsman Glenn] Maxwell tried to ensure that there was no more overs by taking up five of the six minutes.

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Look for classic items in the sales as these will be items you can wear forever. Animal print, the ubiquitous white shirt and a pencil skirt are key buys.

Socks are the must have item for summer and autumn especially when worn with sandals or shoes.

The jumpsuit is a classic and it’s an item that is perfect for replicating the 70s trend.

Wearing two belts at the same time is tipped to be a trend come September so grab a bargain and pick two belts up in the sales.

The blouse is a classic item that can be worn with jeans, skirts and under shirt dresses.

Guy styling was seen all over the autumn and winter catwalks with blazers, wide leg trousers, crisp white shirts and the bow tie making there way into women’s wardrobes. Brogues and loafers are an easy way to wear this trend.

It’s all about the ankle in late summer/autumn so wearing your trousers just above your sock line in a must. Look for cropped or peg leg trousers that will show off your ankles.
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(Photo clockwise from top left: Lilian Watson, runner up in Wimbledon final 1884, Herbert Fortescue Lawford, Wimbledon singles champion 1887, Maud Watson, first female tennis champion 1884, and Ernest Renshaw, Wimbledon singles champion,
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The first Wimbledon championship took place in 1877, making it the oldest tennis tournament in the world. Men Singles was the only event played that year. Ladies Singles and Men Doubles events came on the scene in 1884. And, in 1913, the Ladies Doubles and Mixed Doubles events were added to the tournament.

Czech tennis player Petra Kvitova holds the trophy of the All England Lawn Tennis Championships in Wimbledon, July 7, 2014. (AP Photo,CTK/Roman Vondrous)

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H has announced its newest designer collaboration will be with French fashion house Balmain.

The 11th instalment of H highly successful designer collections was after much speculation confirmed at last night’s Billboard Music awards.

Models Kendall Jenner and Jourdan Dunn hinted at the news on social media sharing images of themselves with the designer Olivier Rousteing shortly before arriving at the awards decked out in pieces from the upcoming collaboration.

Jourdan Dunn and Kendall Jenner with Olivier Rousteing wearing designers from the upcoming collaboration

The news was confirmed by the high street brand who released a teaser video on Instagram calling for fans to join the “balmainnation”

“I want to talk to my generation this is my main aim as a designer. H allows me the unique possibility of bringing everyone into the world of Balmain, getting a piece of the dream and creating a global HMBalmaination: a movement of togetherness, fuelled on a hashtag.” Commented Rousteing. H really challenged themselves with craftsmanship, with the high couture level of France,
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and the results are great.”

“Ten years ago, I was the one waiting in front of the window to get the pieces. So I feel like this time I have a double personality: One is the designer who created the collection, and the second is the one who remembers how it felt to wait for the pieces and fight to get them.”

The first look at the new range as seen at the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas last night revealed: on Jenner a velvet embellished blazer with thigh high boots. And on Dunn a mesh rope top with silk skirt all instantly recognisable as baring the hallmarks of Balmain.

In pictures: H Designer Collaborations

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Having received multiple requests on how I made these Chuck T’s, I had to fess up that they weren’t my idea. even for a beginner like me! Okay, so I had to take a bit slowly as I had never done short rows, intarsia, I cord. but in a jiffy these were done!These Chuck T’s were knit for my soon to be nephew. They were his Christmas present. I used some yarn I had in my stash that was (a) the color I wanted and (b) the weight I wanted. I used Caron Simply Soft in White and Navy. Size 4 and size 5 needles. The star logos were created by cutting felt in the desired shapes and sewing them onto the booties after they were knit using thread. Baby shoes that don’t look like baby booties, but rather little Converse court shoes. Hope you enjoy knitting them as much as I did.
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The bank’s chairman Sergey Gorkov said: “Actually, it is surely not a motorcycle. It is rather a prototype of a platform, which has a multifaceted future.

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“We believe it has prospects. We are planning to invest in this multifunctional platform. We think we will need several millions of dollars.”

He added that the hover bikes would be useful for transporting goods.

Mr Atamanov also noted that the motorbikes are already safe to use, despite being in the testing phase.

He said: “We are so confident in our developments that I am ready to convince everyone that it is already safe and it can be used for extreme sports, for races, for competitions.”

The exact figure that the Russian bank is willing to invest is not known.

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Gun crimeHeartbreaking hospital picture of eight month old baby shot in the leg and arm with 30 pelletsBaby John Doyle was hit with a hail of pellets as his family put up a Christmas tree at their home in Dublin

Court caseSchoolboy is ‘beaten by Pakistani men for dating a girl from their family who told him “Don’t mess with our blood”‘The Bengali student was taken prisoner by the Pakistani girl’s uncle,
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before her father, brother and cousin all joined in the attack, a court heard

TeachersLecturer slammed after getting down on her knees and demonstrating on student how to put condom on with your mouthThe lecturer was filmed putting a condom onto a plastic penis being held by a shell shocked student in Brazil

Gun crimeHeartbreaking hospital picture of eight month old baby shot in the leg and arm with 30 pelletsBaby John Doyle was hit with a hail of pellets as his family put up a Christmas tree at their home in Dublin

Court caseSchoolboy is ‘beaten by Pakistani men for dating a girl from their family who told him “Don’t mess with our blood”‘The Bengali student was taken prisoner by the Pakistani girl’s uncle, before her father, brother and cousin all joined in the attack, a court heard

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Boston based Bain Capital Private Equity has closed on its purchase of MSX International for an undisclosed amount.

Reuters reported in November when news of the deal was first reported that Bain Capital had taken out a $323 million loan to back its purchase of MSX.

MSX had been owned by several private equity owners, some for as long as 10 years, Minturn said. They included Court Square Capital Partners, Prudential Financial Inc., Ardian and Falcon Investment Advisors.

Private equity is not usually that patient. When Bain came along and expressed interest, the former owners were inclined to sell and saw the potential to grow MSX further with Bain’s investment, Minturn said.

Bain has great operational partners, strategic thinkers and “resources beyond my wildest dreams,” Minturn said.

According to its website, Bain has $75 billion of assets under management.

“It’s likely we’ll be in the market for mergers and acquisitions where it makes sense,” Minturn said, with future deals focused on taking market share and expanding its services.

Minturn estimates 2016 revenue will be more than $500 million. That compares to $528 million in 2015, $497 million in 2014 and $450 million in 2013.

MSX continued to see double digit growth in business in 2015 and 2016, Minturn said, but this year’s revenue numbers have been impacted by the current exchange rates in Europe.

Bain was attracted by MSX’s market leading position, industry expertise, customer relationships and growth opportunities, said Ivano Sessa, a managing director of Bain Capital Private Equity, in a statement.

“We believe that we can complement this top tier management team with our experience of growing global automotive companies, such as Sensata and TI Automotive, and global business process outsourcing companies, such as Genpact, creating a strong partnership for MSXI’s international development,” he said.

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, the new restaurant from Amy and Spike Gjerde, opened mid October in the Belvedere Square building a former Hess Shoes store that has previously housed the restaurants Taste and Crush.

Before their untimely closings, both Taste and Crush had respectable runs in this space. Even so, this location has taken on a reputation for being frustrating. If you talk to residents of the York Road corridor, where this handsome commercial building is located, they’ll tell you that they’re sick of their chain restaurants and weary of taverns that count for their dining options.

In comes Shoo Fly, with the team of restaurateurs behind Woodberry Kitchen, one of the biggest success stories of the past decade in Baltimore dining. The owners brought in a road tested chef, Patrick “Opie” Crooks, who showed an impressive command and ingenuity during his recent stint at Roy’s Baltimore location.

It should work. But it doesn’t.

Shoo Fly is an old fashioned diner that speaks like a farm to table restaurant. Or maybe it’s a farm to table restaurant dressed up like an old fashioned diner. Either way, it’s awkward, like when Johnny Carson used to invite sopranos onto his show to sing pop tunes.

Shoo Fly could start by giving diners a printed menu that makes sense. The one in use now, which doubles as a place mat, is too cute by half. It’s both hard to read and short on useful information. Our friendly and empathetic waiter acknowledged that diners have been nonplused by menu items like Arkansas truffles (they’re fried pickles) and want more information about almost everything else what kind of bread the sandwiches are served on, for instance.

The menu is divided into snacks, sandwiches, salads and large plates. There is an additional section, “In the Alley,” consisting of side dishes like creamed collards, hash browns and roasted turnips. Think of the snacks as appetizers and the large plates as entrees, our waiter told us. There’s also a section for with all day breakfast favorites like hash browns and sausage and gravy, although Shoo Fly isn’t open for breakfast.

Among the appetizers, there are things that work well, like potato and cheese pierogi, which the kitchen fries up to a pleasing brown crispiness, and fried liver and onions served on toast points. The liver appetizer makes sense. Take a diner favorite, reduce its size and serve it as an appetizer. It works because it’s still recognizably, and deliciously,
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liver and onions, only in a different format.

The problem is when Shoo Fly serves diner food that’s not as tasty as what you’d find in typical diner, or even a fast food restaurant. Shoo Fly’s version of chicken nuggets might pass the parent test, but they don’t taste as good as fake chicken nuggets, which is a problem. Maybe don’t do chicken nuggets?

The best dish is the fried chicken supper, a half chicken served with cornbread and a homemade pepper gravy. It’s the only dish that rises to the level of pure satisfaction, and you wonder how they pull it off without using lard.

That pepper gravy is a dandy. It goes well with the chicken and it would go fine over biscuits, but it isn’t at all what you want over meatloaf or in disco fries, a bowl full of fries, with cheese curd and a fried egg on top. For those, you want a thick beef gravy to cover up the meatloaf’s dryness and to coat the fries properly. The thin gravy just sinks to the bottom of the bowl.

Sometimes, like with a cast iron catfish, the portion is too small, about half of what you’ve set your heart for. Sometimes, as with the chicken and dumplings, an essential ingredient seems missing, something like cornstarch or flour, or whatever it is that makes a thin broth thick and, yes, kind of gloppy and maybe not as good for you.

A few things are just off, like the crab cake, which had a metallic taste, and the shoo fly pie, which had an unwanted anise flavor

But there you have it. Once you tell people you’re serving them diner food, they’re bound to expect the attendant pleasures big portions, gravies and contemporary no nos that have been part of the diner vernacular for 100 years.

Because the food isn’t working, it makes other things at Shoo Fly, especially the inventive bar program, feel contrived. And it detracts from the overall charm of the setting itself.

Noise level/televisions: The main dining room can be brassy; the upper and lower levels are quieter. There are no TVs in Shoo Fly.
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Since Karl Lagarfeld collaborated with H in 2004, the idea has been to combine the price conscious retailer with a high end designer. Each designer created a lower priced capsule collection on a limited edition run of product. The launches have become something of fashion event. They attract huge queues of fashion fans eager to grab a piece of designer clothing for an affordable price.

Is it really profitable for H figures could not be gleaned. But it’s widely understood that H designer collaborations, released in limited edition, make up a tiny percentage of overall sales for the world’s second largest apparel retailer.

The success of these collaborations is not measured in dollars, but in overall media impressions, the metric used to determine how many times consumers read or saw a mention of the collaboration in the news media.

The Missoni for Target collection, for instance, was covered in the September issues of more than 40 magazines and amassed impressions in the billions.

In 2014, analytics company Crimson Hexagon examined 171,345 social media posts to gauge the impact of Alexander Wang x H on consumer perception of the brand. The firm found that general positive sentiment toward H accounted for 25 per cent of the social media conversation the week the collaboration was announced in early 2014 and 34 percent the week the collaboration was released in stores In November the same year.

Sounds like the pre campaign is crucial.

Yes, H drip feeds teasers way before the collection becomes available in stores.

For this collaboration, models Kendall Jenner and Jourdan Dunn hinted at the news on social media by sharing images of themselves with the designer The news was confirmed by the high street brand who released a teaser video on Instagram calling for fans to join the “balmainnation”.

Not really, these collaborations are very lucrative for the designer. Stella McCartney and Karl Lagarfeld reportedly received $1 million for their services in 2005? Madonna, was said to have received $4 million for her M by Madonna collection in 2007

Anf the visibility is powerful too. In the in the case of Balmain a growing but sub scale luxury label it’s a way to introduce his brand on a global scale.

The H collaboration “will make the Balmain customer see how everyone wants Balmain but can’t have it,” the company’s chief executive officer, Emmanuel Diemoz,
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recently told The New Yorker.

“Personally, it’s an amazing challenge as a designer to make a collection for the street market and for the entire world. When you work for a superluxury brand, you don’t have so many stores, your vision isn’t the entire world. With H you know you’re part of the world, you touch all the continents,” Oliver Rousteing told Vogue.

Just how cheap are these designer clothes?

The 29 year old French Rousteing was appointed creative director of Balmain in 2011. Rousteing brought the label, which was founded by Pierre Balmain in 1946, back into the collective consciousness by building a community of over 1.4 million followers on Instagram. The brand was the first French label to pass the million followers mark.

Since Rousteing’s arrival, men account for 40 per cent of Balmains revenue.

He is a firm favourite with the likes of Beyonce, Kim Kardashian, Cheryl Fernandez Versini, Rosie Huntington Whiteley, and many supermodels including Gigi Hadid, Joan Smalls and Karlie Kloss.

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