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Jarkko Ruutu owns Dion Phaneuf!
Pretty simple explanation to the Dion Phaneuf Trade... Set to music.
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Not all celebrities find love on the set…some like Elisha Cuthbert and Hillary Duff actually find it on the ice.
He asked. She said, "Yes." More and more celebrities are getting ready to walk down the aisle.
Yee–Ha! Cowboys cheer for Aussie Maddison
Red Bull X-Fighters World Tour 2009 Calgary
A sell-out crowd of 21,000 fans in Stampede Park in Calgary (Alberta, Canada) celebrated
the victory of Australia's Robbie Maddison on Saturday night at the second stop of the Red
Bull X-Fighters World Tour 2009. The cowboy city was abuzzing. American Nate Adams
pulled off a 360 in the quarter-final.
CALGARY (CAN). Maddison was able to stay in front of the competition and stay cool in the
frenzied atmosphere of the cowboy rodeo. The 28-year-old had to go to the limits on his 100-kg
(220-pound) bike in the Stampede Park be earn the honor of celebrating the victory on the dirt.
Japan’s Eigo Sato was beaten in the final. Mat Rebeaud (SUI) took third place.
“I can’t believe it. It’s a dream come true. The hard work paid off. The whole day was totally insane.
I had a feeling from the start that I had a chance to win today and after winning the quarter-final
against Nate Adams I knew I could go all the way,” said the beaming Australian. Adams put all his
eggs in one basket and was hoping to snatch the win with a 360 – a complete turn in midair. But
Maddison prevailed with a superior all-round performance.
Local hero Jeff Fehr ended up in 9th place. The crowd favorite arrived in the arena wearing a
Calgary Flames jersey. NHL superstar Dion Phaneuf, who was serving as a show judge, personally
presented Fehr with a team jersey. “That was an incredible adrenaline rush. I did everything I could
in front of the home crowd. The field was incredibly strong and I’m really pleased with the result.”
Watch Toronto Maple Leafs VS New Jersey Devils Live Full Game or Highlights at *******budurl****/WatchNHLLive 05/02/2010
Three games in eight days against the Toronto Maple Leafs figured to give the New Jersey Devils a good chance to emerge from a mediocre stretch. After winning the first one, New Jersey faced a much different Maple Leafs team.
Based on that first impression, it's also a much better one.
Dion Phaneuf and Jean-Sebastien Giguere keyed a win over the Devils in their Toronto debuts, and they'll look to help the Maple Leafs sweep a home-and-home series that concludes Friday night at the Prudential Center.
Toronto (18-28-11) had lost six straight and 11 of 13 when general manager Brian Burke made two moves designed to shake up his last-place club Sunday.
Phaneuf, acquired from Calgary in a seven-player deal, and Giguere, who came over from Anaheim for Vesa Toskala and Jason Blake, were seen as building blocks as recently as two years ago but had fallen out of favor with their clubs.