แทงพนันบอลออนไลน์ Jim Rutherford to step down, with Ron Francis as new Hurricanes GM?

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แทงพนันบอลออนไลน์ Carolina Hurricanes President and GM Jim Rutherford gave Michael Smith a curious quote after signing defenseman Justin Faulk to a six-year contract extension with an average cap hit of $4.833 million.

When asked about offseason priorities, he said: “I’m really looking more at my situation and who makes those hockey decisions going forward.”

รับพนันบอล Wowzer. Chip Alexander of the News & Observer later revealed the catalyst for that line of thinking: That Rutherford is going to step down from his general manager job at the end of the 2013-14 season.

From Alexander:

Sources close to the team say Rutherford may stay as team president, although that decision has not been made. It’s expected Ron Francis, the Hurricanes’ vice president of hockey operations, will succeed Rutherford as general manager. That decision will be made by team owner Peter Karmanos Jr.

บาคาร่าออนไลน์ GClub Seth Jones leaves game, dad says for ‘concussion-like syndrome’

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บาคาร่าออนไลน์ In the first period of Sunday night’s game, Nashville’s rookie defenseman Seth Jones is sandwiched against the boards by two Chicago Blackhawks.

Jones had his head down and was legally crunched by the two ‘Hawks. As the Nashville broadcast went to commercial, the camera caught Jones bringing a hand up to his jaw. He did re-join the play, seeming no worse for wear, and even finished the period.

บาคาร่าออนไลน์ GClub The wunderkind d-man will not be returning for the remainder of the game. I’m sure the Preds would like to classify his status as vaguely as possible (i.e. upper-body injury), but no one told Seth’s dad, Popeye Jones.

In an intermission interview with Fox Sports Tennessee, Popeye revealed his son is out with “concussion-like syndrome”. Something tells me Popeye doesn’t deal with many head injuries in the NBA.

So Seth Jones’ dad Popeye just said that Seth has a “concussion-like syndrome” during his interview with FS Tennessee.

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