It look like Houdini living right here!

first_imgDe Bellcrier, like everybody else and while not pointing blame, still trying fuh figure out how two planes get away without anybody knowing. Some asking if Houdini come fuh a special performance and disappear without anybody knowing just like de planes. People who does travel to foreign would know that at de airports, planes does have to line up waiting, sometime long, fuh permission just fuh tek off. De people authorising de take offs does wuk 24/7 and always looking! Dem eyes don’t miss anything! In other words, it not easy fuh two planes just “mistic” and nobody ain’t know! In this case it wasn’t one; but two!Everybody know that planes does mek nuff noise. That is why de workers, including dem with de two tennis paddles in dem hands directing de planes pun de tarmac, does wear headphones fuh protect dem ears. Even when yuh teking a sound sleep in yuh hammock de noise does wake yuh up even though de plane deh miles up. Up to now, dem ain’t design silencer fuh plane engines! So people asking how come with all that noise fuh start up de roaring engines, taxi to de runway and tek off, people didn’t know! Even if one catch yuh napping, how yuh explain de second one?Some now hollering that this is a place of plenty unexplained things, just like some vendors trying fuh get a explanation as to why dem can’t hang up dem fruits fuh display pun dem stalls. People who does do shop business know that display is important. De same vendors hollering how profits disappearing with all de new and higher fees now. De Bellcrier hear that even some of de vendors disappear! Things tuff dem seh! De news gat a back-and-forth story about what this side seh and what that side seh about some US$5 million that claim to disappear after a big sale. Some now believing that Houdini didn’t just appear and then disappear! Dem believe he might be living here! After all, somebody gat fuh get blame! Ting-a-ling!last_img read more

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Back-to-back games not kind to Ducks

first_img “Right now, we are on a good roll,” Minnesota coach Jacques Lemaire said. “We still had a couple of guys who could have played better, but as a whole I thought we played very well.” Randy Robitaille had the go-ahead goal, and rookie Derek Boogaard also scored for the Wild, 1-1 on their seven-game homestand. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson Fernandez, who picked up an assist in the third period, also won six consecutive games from Dec. 17, 2001, to Jan. 10, 2002, and from Oct. 11-29, 2002. He lowered his goals-against average to 1.98 and boosted his save percentage to .932, both of which lead the NHL. Todd Fedoruk scored for Anaheim, which finished a five-game road trip 2-3. Ilja Bryzgalov stopped 32 shots and lost for just the third time in his last nine starts. The Mighty Ducks, coming off a 4-3 shootout loss Friday night in Dallas in which they blew a 3-0 lead after the first period, trailed 2-1 after two periods and gave up two quick goals in the third to end any thoughts of a comeback. “There’s no excuse,” Anaheim forward Teemu Selanne said. “That’s why this league is so tough. Especially the nights you play back to back. We arrived in the city at 3 o’clock in the morning. You don’t have much time to recover. You just have to play smarter.” Gaborik put Minnesota up 3-1 when he took a nifty blue line-to-blue line pass from Stephane Veilleux and knocked a low wrist shot from the slot past Bryzgalov 2:26 into the third. “In the third, (Gaborik) got his legs and started to skate,” Lemaire said. “When he skates, he makes things happen.” The Wild quickly got another goal when Fernandez fired an outlet pass to Gaborik, who dropped the puck off to a streaking White. He eluded Anaheim’s Ruslan Salei before beating Bryzgalov from the left circle at 3:22. “In the third period, we made a couple of mistakes, and it cost us goals,” Selanne said. Thrashers 4, Penguins 3 : Marc Savard broke a tie with a power-play goal with 3:25 to play, and Ilya Kovalchuk had two more goals to help Atlanta beat host \Pittsburgh for the second straight night. Hurricanes 3, Islanders 0 : Martin Gerber made 30 saves for his sixth career shutout, and visiting Carolina scored three goals in a 6:14 span in the second period. Maple Leafs 3, Oilers 2 : Backup goalie Mikael Tellqvist made 36 saves and Chad Kilger scored the winning goal early in the third period for visiting Toronto. Devils 3, Sabres 2 : Brian Rafalski had a goal and an assist, and Martin Brodeur made 26 saves for visiting New Jersey. Rangers 4, Panthers 0 : Henrik Lundqvist made a career-high 38 saves in his second shutout both against Florida and fellow Rangers rookie Petr Prucha scored his 20th goal. Avalanche 3, Blue Jackets 2, SO : Alex Tanguay and Marek Svatos scored shootout goals for host Colorado. Canadiens 4, Senators 1 : Radek Bonk and Mathieu Dandenault ended lengthy goal droughts and the host Canadiens scored four times in the first period. Bruins 6, Lightning 3: Defenseman Milan Jurcina scored the first two goals of his NHL career and Patrice Bergeron had the go-ahead goal to lead host Boston Bruins to victory. Tampa Bay Lighting on Saturday. Canucks 4, Flames 3, OT : Brendan Morrison scored a power-play goal at 2:53 of overtime for the host Canucks. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img The Minnesota Wild’s resurgence has been a team effort. Manny Fernandez made 22 saves to tie his career high with his sixth consecutive victory, and nine Wild players had points in Minnesota’s 4-1 win over the visiting Mighty Ducks on Saturday night. Marian Gaborik and Todd White each had a goal and an assist to help the Wild win for the ninth time in 13 games and move past the Mighty Ducks into ninth place in the Western Conference standings. last_img read more

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