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Ottawa Senators - Wed 22 Mar 2017, 6:02 pm

Anderson drags Senators to two huge points
March 22, 2017, 7:08 AM ET [26 Comments]
Jared Crozier
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Craig Anderson needed a bounce-back in the worst way, not only because he had an off game on Sunday night, but because the team needed a stabilizing force in goal to avoid losing a fifth straight game for the first time this season at a time when the pressure was on to avoid falling into a logjam in the playoff race.

Well, asked and answered. While his team is still looking for a solution to playing a game that doesn't frustrate the heck out of anyone watching, Anderson was sensational in making 34 stops and Kyle Turris provided a pair of goals and that was just enough to allow them to hang on to down the Bruins 3-2.

They managed to hang on over the last couple of minutes, as Boston surged looking for the equalizer and came close on a number of occasions, but the fivesome of Zack Smith, Jean-Gabriel Pageau, Tom Pyatt, Erik Karlsson and Cody Ceci killed off the last 87 seconds, including four tough defensive zone faceoffs with the Bruins' top guns on the ice.

The Senators opened the scoring with Ceci putting a shot that pin-balled off Pyatt and Bruins defenseman Colin Miller past Tuukk Rask. David Krejci evened the score on a Bruins power play as the Senators own man advantage proved fruitless (putting it nicely) and gave the Bruins more chances than they have had (more on that later). In fact, the Senators two first period power plays both ended up in them taking penalties to negate the advantage and that was a blessing because their play up a man was Ugly. Even tied 1-1, Ottawa was fortunate to be in that situation thanks to Anderson, and Ottawa finally cashed in on a second period power play as Turris used a Bobby Ryan screen to put one past Rask.

A four on three power play for Boston paid off seconds into the third as Torey Krug channeled his inner Erik Karlsson and knifed through the trio of Senators defenders to lift a wrister past Anderson to knot the score 17 seconds in. Turris redirected a slap-pass from Dion Phaneuf past Rask to give the Senators their third lead of the game, and from then on it was hang on for dear life as the Bruins pressed for the tying go to no avail and Ottawa escaped with a 3-2 win and a now comfortable six point gap for second place in the Atlantic Division.

The Ottawa power play has been brutal of late, 4 for their last 24. They have been timely, but at many points over the past 6 games it has been cause for concern, including much of last night. There is no coincidence that the struggles started when Mark Stone left the lineup and Bobby Ryan came back and was inserted on the first unit. Ryan has become target #1 through social media, even surpassing Ceci and Mark Borowieck in terms of vitriol, which is a tall task. Since he has come back, Ryan has been a passenger for the most part, with the only real positive is his willingness to stand in front of the net. His screens have resulted in a couple of those power play goals but he has also been hit by an inordinate amount of his teammates' shots.

There was positive news from the Stone injury front, as he skated yesterday and has taken a "major step" in his recovery and the "week to week" tag was removed so a return could be closer than we had expected yesterday morning.

Ottawa can take a bit of a breath before hosting Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins Thursday night, with a six point cushion over the Bruins and a solid ten point gap over the ninth place Islanders, this was a big two points and they can't sit back and rest but there is a heck of a lot less pressure at the moment to win the next one. Maybe not the pressure to win, but they certainly need to find a way to rely less on their goaltending and give more support than they have over the last handful of games.


Ottawa Senators - Tue 14 Mar 2017, 7:31 pm

Game Day: Lightning @ Senators - someone cover Kucherov!
March 14, 2017, 9:54 AM ET [18 Comments]
Jared Crozier
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The Ottawa Senators will be looking to avoid the "first game home after a long road trip" curse and continue their perfect month as they March toward the playoffs.

Tampa Bay is the opponent tonight, and they are coming of a 3-2 win over the Rangers in Manhattan last night, and they won while managing just 16 shots on goal.

The key for the Senators in this one will be to either a) stay out of the penalty box altogether or b) if they do find themselves shorthanded, make sure they know where Nikita Kucherov is. If their last matchup is any indication, Ottawa will find him in the faceoff circle ready for a one-timer, because that was a recipe for Lightning success the last time around. Kucherov scored three times, on three almost identical one-timers from the same area in the second period just over two weeks ago, and that was the difference in Tampa's 5-1 win.

The Lightning have been struck by the injury bug in much the same way as the Senators, and they have been hit up the middle. In one game last week, Tyler Johnson, Cedric Paquette and Vladislav Namestnikov all went down with injuries. Namestnikov is back, but Johnson and Paquette both are still day to day and missed last night's game against the Rangers. That has forced Jon Cooper to scramble to find guys to take faceoffs, as they had dealt Brian Boyle and Valtteri Filppula at the deadline and Steven Stamkos is out. That meant that of their top seven players who had taken the most draws for the team this season, Namestnikov and Brayden Point were the only ones that played last night, and Namestnikov might not be completely right because he played the wing and took 0 faceoffs. They had 7 different players take faceoffs, and it showed as they won just 39% against the Rangers.

Which means that it is a perfect time for a return of Ottawa's #1 centre, as Kyle Turris should be good to go tonight after missing the three games on the road trip with a bad finger. Whether he is ready to take faceoffs is another story, but having him back in the lineup will be a boon to the depleted top 6. We also got word that Bobby Ryan may be able to return this week (EDIT: it looks like it might be tonight) from his own finger injury, but the news on Mark Stone was not as optimistic, as he is listed as week to week with the lower body injury that has already cost him two games.

The Senators have won 6 straight, and are putting pressure on the Canadiens for first place in the Atlantic, while the Lightning's win last night put them just a point back of the Maple Leafs for the last wild card spot in the Eastern Conference.

This should be a good one as both have something to play for, with the Lightning likely to show a little desperation as they have clawed their way back into the mix among adversity and would like to be in range when they finally get Steven Stamkos back from injury, which would be a huge boost to their hopes of not only making the playoff, but making some noise in the postseason.

This game could feature two of the Norris Trophy finalists as Erik Karlsson faces off against sometimes international defense partner and fellow Swede Victor Hedman. Karlsson had an assist taken away from following Saturday night's game, so he is now back to being one short of 50 for the season, and trails Norris favorite Brent Burns by 8 points. Hedman is third among defensemen in scoring, four points back of Karlsson.

After dealing Ben Bishop at the trade deadline, Tampa will give the crease to Andrei Vasilevskiy, who will get the start tonight after Peter Budaj gave him a rest against the Rangers. Craig Anderson should get the start for the Senators. {EDIT: At the morning skate those in attendance were surprised to see Chris Driedger lead the team out for warmup, followed by Mike Anderson. Anderson is out with a lower body injury, as a result of post-game in Colorado. It is not known how much time he will miss}


New York Rangers - Sun 12 Mar 2017, 7:33 pm

Game 69: NYR-DET, Hank out 2-3 weeks, Raanta in, Nash/Grabner back
March 12, 2017, 11:48 AM ET [91 Comments]
Jan Levine
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It's been an interesting 72 hours or so in Rangers land. First, it was announced that Henrik Lundqvist would miss the game against Carolina with a lower-body injury that seemed to come out of nowhere. Same can be said about Rick Nash, who was sidelined with an upper-body injury he has been battling for a while. In the game, the constant inconsistency of the officials reared its ugly head in the loss to Carolina on the - lets tag it - questionable call on the contact with Antti Raanta. In that game, coach Alain Vigneault said Pavel Buchnevich for Tanner Glass in the last few minutes with New York down a goal. Yesterday, it was announced that Lundqvist will miss 2-3 weeks with the injury, which is to his hip, while Nash and Michael Grabner, out with his own hip injury, are both expected to play today against Detroit.

Lundqvist said yesterday that he knew the exact moment that he was hurt in the first period against the Panthers, saying it was “a save there where my body was going one way, my leg the other way, and I had an impact on my hip." The below video has a few moments when it could have occurred. The first is around the 2:30 mark, where his body contorted in a manner consistent with the injury. The other could have been at the 3:05 mark. The injury occurred in the first period but Lundqvist remained in the game and made 36 saves the final two periods.

It's now Raanta time, supported by Magnus Hellberg. New York has all of their next eight games over the next two weeks being part of back-to-back sets — including when the Blueshirts play host to the Lightning at the Garden on Monday night — leaving Alain Vigneault a major decision as to when to play Hellberg. It sounds as if Raanta will be ridden hard over the next few weeks. But with a 14 point lead in the first Wild Card spot over the Maple Leafs, the Rangers do have some wiggle room here.

The Rangers are four points behind the Blue Jackets and six behind the Penguins, each of whom have a game in hand. With just 14 games remaining, the likelihood of moving up in the standings in remote. Plus, as has been postulated by many, avoiding the gauntlet that is the Metro in the playoffs would be wise. That not to say facing Ottawa or Montreal in the first round and one or the other and Boston in the second will be a walk in the park, especially seeing how each team has played against the Rangers, but it's a mildly easier route to take.

One unsaid aspect is that if Raanta plays, his value in the expansion draft rises. We - or at least I - hope that New York could find a way to keep Raanta, but a strong 2-3 week run as the #1 on top of what he has done already will solidify his status as probably one of the top goalies available. That will mean the cost to keep him in terms of a pick or player will rise, especially factoring in his low salary compared to production.

Coming into the season the goal was to play Lundqvist 55-58 games. His hot streak last month coupled with Raanta's injury resulted in Lundqvist playing more games than expected. He is now at 51 games played. New York has a game against LA on March 25 with a contest versus Anaheim the following day. After the team returns from California following a game in San Jose on March 28, there are just five games remaining on the regular-season schedule, the finale being on April 9 at home against the defending Stanley Cup champion Penguins. Lundqvist believes he could be back on March 25. If that occurs, he likely will play six of the next eight games, leaving him at 57 and fresh for the playoffs

With Nash and Grabner likely back, AV was able to reunite some old forward lines, with the Grabner-Kevin Hayes-J.T. Miller unit working together at practice, as well as the Buchnevich-Mika Zibanejad-Nash line. That kept together the Chris Kreider-Derek Stepan-Mats Zuccarello line, and created a mosh-mash fourth line of Glass-Oscar Lindberg-Jimmy Vesey. As a result, Brandon Pirri and Matt Puempel will sit, which is how it should work. When Jesper Fast returns In about week, it will be interesting to see who sits among Glass, Buchnevich and Vesey, with the fear of many it won't be Glass.

More to come on the Raanta play and sitting Buch for Glass.


Washington Capitals - Sun 12 Mar 2017, 7:30 pm

PLUS/MINUS: Why we now love the Flames and other Fun Stuff!!
March 12, 2017, 1:58 PM ET [82 Comments]
James Tanner
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"PLUS/MINUS is the NHL's best stat, and the only one I use"
- Craig Button*

PLUS: The NHL Playoff race. The season is long, but it starts to get really exciting at this time of year, and while I don't like how the NHL tracks it's standings - to my knowledge, no one does - it does make for a pretty intense stretch-run.

Point of fact: You have to go back to a certain 2011-12 three goal collapse to find a game that I personally felt was as intense as last nights overtime Leafs victory.

MINUS: Gary Bettman going to Arizona and asking tax payers for more money. I personally think it's disgusting. The poverty rate in Arizona is well above the national average and they already have about 42 arenas and stadiums. Multiple studies have shown that there is no benefit financially for cities to spend tax money on arenas or stadiums.

Furthermore, if the Arizona market represents the great untapped bonanza that Bettman has always said it was, why not get the other 29 teams to chip in for an arena, since if the market is so wonderful, it will benefit the entire league?

Or here's a crazy idea: build a high-speed rail system to get people from downtown Phoenix to Glendale so that weeknight games can be easier to get to for people who work.

PLUS: The movie Paycheck, the greatest underrated movie of all time.

You shouldn't be surprised though, because pretty much all movies made from Phillip K Dick stories are also the best: Total Recall, Adjustment Bureau, Minority Report, Next, Blade Runner etc.

PLUS: I thought this was cool.

MINUS: Ovechkin. What is going on with this guy? He has gone 17 straight games without a goal at 5v5. He only has one point in his last eight games and, after going 300+ straight games with at least a shot, he has gone shotless in three games since the streak broke.

MINUS: All the movies nominated for the Oscars were crap. I didn't like the ones I saw and the ones I didn't looked super-depressing. Who wants to watch movies so that they feel like shit?

Here's my top seven movies of 2016:

1. Popstar: Never Stop Stopping
2. Batman v Superman
3. Suicide Squad
4. Hail Ceasar
5. Deadpool
6. Blonde Chick fights Shark
7. The Nice Guys

If anyone reads this and wants to hire a real film critic, I'm your man.

PLUS: It's funny how we get used to things. Already it seems "normal" that the Leafs have Auston Matthews, William Nylander and Mitch Marner, even though if you add in Sundin and Kessel, that is three of the five best players the franchise has had since they first traded Doug Gilmour in 1997.

PLUS: With their 5-4 Win last night vs the Devils, the Coyotes tied their team record for the season of consecutive regulation victories at one. They get the chance Tuesday against the weakling Avalanche to finally hit two.

Pretty cool to see Taylor Hall stopped on a penalty shot with only two minutes left.

PLUS: Seeing the Flames pass the Oilers. While I find it hard to cheer for the Flames because of their association with Burke, who, as a Leafs fan, I have long standing animosity towards, the Oilers are even worse.

Peter Chiarelli is like having twenty Burkes on your team, so I'm a Calgary man now, and I'm pumped to see them doing so well. Hamilton is a pleasure to watch and I hope he isn't hurt after what looked a little crazy last night when that skate came up on him.

MINUS: Aaron Ekblad getting another concussion. I just can't believe that we can't come up with technology to make helmets better. Or Something. It just really sucks to see a guy who's 21 take so many shots to the head. Hope he's OK.

MINUS: Criticism of Morgan Rielly is total BS in my opinion. The kid is great. He's a talented, smart, fast player with tons of offensive ability and a really, really high ceiling.

The Leafs have played him as their #1 all year, even if, at this point in time, Gardiner is clearly better. It's a move designed for the future, and if he's struggling at all, that's why. People ought to relax.

MINUS: People doubting Jake Gardiner: He's on pace for about 45 points and he leads his team in shots, scoring chances and goals against.

If you like advanced stats, he's your guy.

If you don't, he's got 35 points and is +25.

To be clear: he leads his team in offense and defense. What does he have to do to be perceived as the star he is, learn Karate?

PLUS: If you haven't been paying attention to the Sabres lately - and let's face it, why would you? - you might have missed Jack Eichel's emergence as one of the best players in the NHL.

First, I think this is probably the greatest consolation prize in the history of the NHL, and second, I don't think he's going to be much worse than McDavid or Matthews. I don't even think it's impossible he becomes the best of the three. Not likely, maybe, but not impossible.

MINUS: All the NHL players talking about Olympics. My opinion is shut up and do the jobs you are paid millions of dollars to do.

The Olympics are completely arbitrary. The World Cup features the exact same players playing the exact same game, it just doesn't happen to be put on by the third crookedest organization in the world after FIFA and the Trump Organization.

You can play the same game against the same people, only you will make more money and can do it at times when your fans will be awake. Someone ought to tell these guys they sound like idiots when they talk about the Olympics.

This is the one and only issue I have ever sided with the owners on. I ain't not fat-cat, so hopefully it's the last one too.

PLUS: He's no Dog the Bounty Hunter, but I am nevertheless a huge fan of Dog the Goalie. He's definitely better than Jonathan Bernier.


Toronto Maple Leafs - Thu 09 Mar 2017, 8:23 pm

Center still an area that needs to be addressed; Leafs vs Flyers 
March 9, 2017, 4:11 PM ET [315 Comments]

Mike Augello
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The Toronto Maple Leafs finally had their prayers answered 11 months ago when they won the draft lottery to be able to select a legitimate #1 center Auston Matthews. 

The club is stronger up-the-middle at the NHL level this season than they’ve been in recent memory, with Nazem Kadri scoring a career-high 27 goals and Tyler Bozak working well with linemates James van Riemsdyk and Mitch Marner, but the lack of organizational depth at center is something that GM Lou Lamoriello and Assistant GM Mark Hunter must address in the upcoming NHL Draft and over the summer.

Head coach Mike Babcock indicated that Bozak playing against the Philadelphia Flyers at Air Canada Center would be a game-time decision, after the center did not participate in Thursday’s morning skate. 

Bozak missed one game in late February due to an infected cut on his hand and his absence would necessitate moving veteran Brian Boyle up in the lineup and inserting recently acquired Eric Fehr on the fourth line. 

The Leafs in the short-term have journeyman Ben Smith and rookie Frederik Gauthier as depth options, but there is not much help available to them after that from the Toronto Marlies.

Sheldon Keefe’s crew is short-handed after dealing Byron Froese in the Boyle deal and shipping Colin Smith(AHL contract) to San Antonio. The Marlies have used winger Colin Greening up the middle at times and on Wednesday found it necessary to acquire veteran Cal O’Reilly on loan from the Rochester Americans.  

After the season, Boyle and Smith are unrestricted free agents, Fehr(who has played mostly on the wing in his NHL career) is rumored to headed to Las Vegas in the expansion draft, which leaves Gauthier with the inside track for the fourth line job. 

Babcock said last month that William Nylander (who played the entire 2015-16 season at center) will stay on the wing through next season, but could be moved back to the middle in 2018, which coincides with the end of Bozak’s contract.

The Leafs are chock full of promising forward prospects, but only 2012 draftee Dominic Toninato (a senior at Minnesota-Duluth) and 2016 fourth-rounder Adam Brooks are centers. 

Toronto may look to the KHL as they did with Nikita Soshnikov and Nikita Zaitsev (rumors of interest in Ak-Bars Kazan’s Vladimir Tkachev surfaced last fall), but it is more likely that the Leafs scouting department will be looking for reinforcements at center almost as much as they will be defense in the early rounds of the draft in Chicago this June. 

BREAKING: CDC confirms Natural News 100% CORRECT on report of African Green Monkey kidney cells used - Thu 09 Mar 2017, 5:47 pm

BREAKING: CDC confirms Natural News 100% CORRECT on report of African Green Monkey kidney cells used in vaccines
Thursday, March 09, 2017 by: Mike Adams
Tags: African Green Monkey , CDC , Cover-Up , death , excipients , ingredients , kidney cells , side effects , smallpox , vaccine inserts , vaccines

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(Natural News ) After Natural News revealed the complete list of vaccine excipient ingredients published by the CDC earlier this week, the vaccine-pushing mainstream media exploded with accusations that falsely claimed Natural News was writing “fake news.” Some of the arguments backing this assertion included wildly uninformed opinions such as, “there’s no way the CDC would approve monkey kidney cells being injected into humans.”
Vaccine ingredient DENIALISM, it seems, is alive and well across the fakestream media.
As Natural News correctly reported, one of the many animal-derived ingredients used in vaccines and openly admitted by the CDC is African Green Monkey kidney cells. Apparently, this realization was just too much for the scientifically illiterate media (and wholly dishonest vaccine pushers) who insisted it couldn’t possibly be true.
Now, CDC has confirmed the Natural News story to be 100% accurate and true through several documents posted on the CDC website which openly admit that African Green Monkey kidney cells are used in vaccines approved by the CDC for immunizations across America.
Here’s the irrefutable proof, which also demonstrates that the mainstream media is pushing fake news about vaccines while Natural News is one of the very few journalism organizations that dares to publish real news about vaccines.
CDC confirms Natural News is 100% correct AGAIN
First, a CDC document titled “Vaccine Excipient & Media Summary” lists all the vaccine excipient ingredients found in CDC-approved vaccines. The URL for this document is:
As you can see from the screen shots of the document, below, the list of excipient ingredients is “current as of January 6, 2017,” according to the CDC.
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You’ll also see that this document includes a row for a Smallpox vaccine known as “Vaccinia – ACAM2000.” The list of excipients in this vaccine are:
African Green Monkey kidney (Vero) cells, HEPES, human serum albumin, sodium chloride, neomycin, polymyxin B, Glycerin, phenol
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Note the inclusion of African Green Monkey kidney cells in the list. And note carefully that the entire mainstream media is calling Natural News a liar for accurately citing this CDC document.
In addition, this same document also includes an ingredients list for another vaccine called Adenovirus, which contains the following ingredients, one of which is derived from aborted human fetal cells:
human-diploid fibroblast cell cultures (strain WI-38), Dulbecco’s Modified Eagle’s Medium, fetal bovine serum, sodium bicarbonate, monosodium glutamate, sucrose, D-mannose, D-fructose, dextrose, human serum albumin, potassium phosphate, plasdone C, anhydrous lactose, microcrystalline cellulose, polacrilin potassium, magnesium stearate, microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, cellulose acetate phthalate, alcohol, acetone, castor oil, FD&C Yellow #6 aluminum lake dye
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As you can see form this list, these CDC-approved vaccines are deliberately formulated with all sorts of highly toxic and questionable ingredients, including acetone, a toxic solvent, aluminum, artificial coloring chemicals, human blood components, dextrose (probably from GMO corn), cow blood components and a whole lot more.

FDA confirms these vaccines are licensed and approved for use in the United States

Are these vaccines made with African Green Monkey kidney cells and aborted human fetal cells really used in the United States?
This page from the FDA lists all the vaccines which are “licensed for use in the United States,” and it includes the vaccines containing African Green Monkey kidney cells and the WI-38 aborted human fetal cells.

LIVE Smallpox viruses grown in monkey kidneys, then harvested to be injected into YOU!

In addition to the CDC confirming Natural News is 100% correct through the documents listed above, the vaccine insert sheet itself also describes the use of African Green Monkey kidney cells.
From the insert sheet for the ACAM2000 smallpox vaccine, approved by the FDA in 2007 and still on the approved list:
Click the following link for a backup copy on Natural News servers.
ACAM2000, Smallpox (Vaccinia) Vaccine, Live, is a live vaccinia virus derived from plaque purification cloning from Dryvax® (Wyeth Laboratories, Marietta, PA, calf lymph vaccine, New York City Board of Health Strain) and grown in African Green Monkey kidney (Vero) cells and tested to be free of adventitious agents. ACAM2000 is provided as a lyophilized preparation of purified live virus containing the following non-active excipients: 6-8 mM HEPES (pH 6.5-7.5), 2% human serum albumin USP, 0.5 – 0.7% sodium chloride USP, 5% mannitol USP, and trace amounts of neomycin and polymyxin B.
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Vaccine WARNINGS related to the vaccine using African Green Monkey kidney cells

Not surprisingly, this vaccine is known to cause extremely serious and even deadly side effects at a shockingly high rate. Here’s the WARNING box from the vaccine insert sheet, linked above:
See full prescribing information for complete boxed warning
Myocarditis and pericarditis (suspect cases observed at a rate of 5.7 per 1000 primary vaccinees (95% CI: 1.9-13.3)), encephalitis, encephalomyelitis, encephalopathy, progressive vaccinia, generalized vaccinia, severe vaccinial skin infections, erythema multiforme major (including STEVENS-JOHNSON SYNDROME), eczema vaccinatum resulting in permanent sequelae or death, ocular complications, blindness and fetal death, have occurred following either primary vaccination or revaccination with live vaccinia virus smallpox vaccines. These risks are increased in certain individuals and may result in severe disability, permanent neurological sequelae and/or death [see Warnings and Precautions (5)].
Here’s a screen shot of the warnings section of the vaccine insert:
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Note the mention of “death” several times, and the shockingly high rate of serious adverse events at 5.7 per 1000 vaccinees. Notice also that this vaccine can cause permanent blindness, spontaneous abortions and severe neurological damage.
Note also that the entire vaccine pushing mainstream media will deny ever word of this even thought it’s printed right on the vaccine insert sheet. This shows you the extreme dishonesty and medical malpractice of all those who push vaccines while falsely claiming them to be “safe.”

CDC science paper from 2016 further confirms Natural News is 100% correct

For yet more irrefutable proof of the use of African Green Monkey kidney cells in CDC-approved vaccines, refer to this 2016 science paper published on the website entitled Use of Vaccinia Virus Smallpox Vaccine in Laboratory and Health Care Personnel at Risk for Occupational Exposure to Orthopoxviruses — Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), 2015 .
As the CDC openly admits in this paper:
ACAM2000 is a vaccinia virus vaccine derived from a plaque-purified clone of the same New York City Board of Health strain that was used to manufacture Dryvax vaccine. ACAM2000 is grown in African green monkey kidney (Vero) cells and tested to be free of known adventitious agents (4). Safety data from ACAM2000 clinical trials indicate a similar safety profile to Dryvax, including a risk for serious adverse events (e.g., progressive vaccinia, postvaccinial encephalitis, and eczema vaccinatum) (5,6). Myopericarditis has also been associated with ACAM2000 and is estimated to occur at a rate of 5.7 per 1,000 primary vaccinees based on clinical trial data (6).
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Who’s really lying? The vaccine pushers who refuse to tell the truth about vaccine ingredients

Reviewing the irrefutable proof from the CDC that confirms Natural News is 100% correct about the use of African Green Monkey kidney cells in vaccines, we have:
#1) CDC excipients sheet from January 6, 2017, documenting the use of African Green Monkey kidney cells in vaccines.
#2) The Smallpox ACAM2000 vaccine insert sheet, also openly discussing how live viruses are grown in African Green Monkey kidneys, then harvested for use in vaccines.
#3) science paper that further confirms and discusses the use of African Green Monkey kidneys in vaccines.
Yet, astonishingly, there isn’t a single corporate-run media outlet in the world that will acknowledge this irrefutable fact. Instead, they attack it and label it “fake news” for the simple reason that they don’t want you to know what’s really in vaccines.
It’s clear at this point that the corporate-run media owes Natural News an apology… and they owe their audiences an explanation. More importantly, now that you know about this particular cover-up, you’re also probably smart enough to know that they’re lying to you about everything else related to vaccines, too.
Don’t believe a single thing the corporate-run media tells you about vaccines. They are knowingly lying all the time. Stay informed at and Natural News .

Costco is the #1 organic food retailer in the U.S. - Sat 04 Mar 2017, 4:45 pm

Costco is the #1 organic food retailer in the U.S.
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Who would of though? According to this Well and Good report Costco is the number one retailer of organic food, beating out Whole Foods who came in a close second.
Whole Foods may win the prize for the most recognizable retailer when it comes to organic food, but the top honor when it comes to market share actually goes to…Costco.
Yup, the chain best known for its bulk stock and low prices reported $4 billion in organic food sales  last year—that’s billion with a B. Whole Foods, by comparison, racked up about $3.6 billion in certified organic sales .
The chain best known for its bulk stock and low prices sold $4 billion worth of certified organic food last year—that’s billion with a B.
And this shift could have a major impact on you (and your healthy habits), even if you’re not a card-carrying member. For one thing, it’s proof that food shoppers across the board are prioritizing organics. And in other exciting news, it shows that it’s possible to sell certified organic produce (COP) at a competitive price—crucial for closing the healthy food gap .

Should the Blues keep Shattenkirk for a playoff run? - Thu 23 Feb 2017, 8:27 pm

Should the Blues keep Shattenkirk for a playoff run?
February 23, 2017, 11:26 AM ET [16 Comments]

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In this edition of the hotstove, we discuss whether the St. Louis Blues should trade Kevin Shattenkirk, as planned, or hang onto him now that they've won seven of 10 and look like a team capable of going on a run.

Todd Cordell

Unless the Blues feel they have a legitimate chance of re-signing Shattenkirk, I still think they should trade him. 

Last year alone the Blues lost David Backes, Troy Brouwer, and Brian Elliott to free agency for nothing. I think the two power forwards are overrated, however, there is no doubt the Blues could have fetched solid returns had they shopped those guys at last year's deadline. Those are exactly the types of players GMs go nuts for, as evident by the contracts they landed in free agency.

Each case needs to be looked at individually, however, you can only give so many guys away for nothing before it starts to catch up with you. If the Blues can get, say, a 1st round pick and/or high-end prospect for giving up on Shattenkirk two months early, I think that's the way to go.

James Tanner

The Blues should keep Shattenkirk. With three legit #1 Dmen, they could easily be one of the NHL's best teams. They're deep at forward, the defense is awesome and if Jake Allen gives them OK goaltending then they are a legit contender. 

Best to hang onto Shattenkirk and try to win. You don't get too many opportunities to do so.

Peter Tessier

While the Blues are an improved team is this just the natural bump that comes with a coaching change? The Blues have been the same team for some time- never really good enough to contend with the heavyweights of the west I don't think Yeo in charge changes that. So yes they should sell Shattenkirk and do it soon. Get the return and get moving because if he's not in the future plans then you don't need him now regardless of what the team looks like compared to before.


Pittsburgh Penguins - Thu 23 Feb 2017, 8:25 pm

Ron Hainsey trade breakdown
February 23, 2017, 11:40 AM ET [210 Comments]

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The Penguins were going to trade for a defenseman at the deadline this year and they have. Today they acquired the services of Ron Hainsey

Pittsburgh is officially in the rental game again. They will spend a second round pick and an AHL depth player to add veteran depth to the blue line. He has a 2.8M salary. Pittsburgh will be responsible for half of that.  

Ron Hainsey was signed by Jim Rutherford back in 2013 after the Joni Pitkanen ankle injury so he is definitely familiar with the player.

Here is a quick look at Hainsey

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Don't expect any offense and more likely than not you'll get average possession.  

Yesterday on 93.7 The Fan Jim Rutherford eluded to wanting a veteran presence that can kill penalties.  

I'm looking for a #1 that can get a point a game and makes minimum salary. We're looking for defenseman that can come in and move up and down lineup. Maybe specialize in penalty killing and help us defensively. There are a couple guys out there on other end of spectrum that are offensive guys. If price was right, we'd take a look at them. I don't think we need to go that route and pay price. Try to get experienced defenseman that we feel can fit into chemistry of team and play in top 6.

I'd like add that extra depth on defense. That's an area we could use help with. The only defenseman we lost from last year was Lovejoy. I know at times he didn't get a lot of love from people, but he was a key part of our team. He was good defensively and could kill penalties. Hard to play against. We miss him a little bit.


It appears Rutherford was dead set on trying to find a Lovejoy replacement. Personally, I don't think chasing penalty killing ability is a great way to get value out of players. I'd rather focus on a player's ability at even-strength. Especially when you are playing in a league that is calling the fewest amount of penalties in decades.  

That said, Ron Hainsey has been a good penalty killer in 2016-17. He has a 4v5 CA/60 of 81.46 which is 12th out of a 137 defensemen who have played at least 50 minutes on the kill. He's 18th out of 269 the past three years. So that is good.

Here is how certain Carolina players did with Hainsey this year versus without him

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The thing that I am taking away from this information is that you need to keep Hainsey away from Kris Letang. You can clearly see that Hainsey was a negative impact on Justin Faulk. Hainsey just can't handle those types of minutes and the Hurricanes kept playing Faulk and Hainsey together. The Penguins won't have to do that because they will use Brian Dumoulin in that role. This should allow Hainsey a more appropriate 5v5 role than he was getting in Carolina.

Is this worth a second round pick? No, but the news on the injury front is definitely what caused this trade to happen

On a human level it stinks to see players hurt. These guys train incredibly hard and put everything they have into being NHL players. From strictly a hockey analysis standpoint the Penguins weren't going to miss Trevor Daley this year. He wasn't playing good at all. In fact nearly every Penguin played better away from him this year and in many cases significantly better.

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Pittsburgh missing Justin Schultz is an issue. The good news is that Rutherford said yesterday that he may be ready for Saturday.

Losing Olli Maatta is a question mark because he has had positive samples from the past, but being paired with Daley has been a train wreck.

Losing Daley is a non-issue considering his caliber of play this year. If the Daley injury was the straw that broke the camel's back for a defense trade it didn't need to be.  

I view this as an overpay for a bottom pairing defender, but it is something the team can absorb as long as they don't get into the habit of spending more futures for rentals. That was the Ray Shero path towards the end of his tenure and it wasn't a sustainable model. As we get farther away from Crosby and Malkin's pinnacle production years futures become more important. The team needs to be careful with how many they spend. Plugging holes at the deadline is a recipe for overspending and today's trade is no exception. Don't make it a regular thing.

Also, if Detroit moves Brendan Smith for a similar haul this trade will look worse. Smith is the better player and would have made more sense for Pittsburgh

If you were a fan of Ben Lovejoy today was a good day. The Penguins acquired the left handed version of him just as the GM set out to do.  [/size]

URGENT QUESTION FOR DUCK re Deagel Forecast - Thu 23 Feb 2017, 12:16 pm

Hi Duck, sure hope you have thoughts about this, thanks,


February 22, 2017

Deagel Forecast Predicts 81% US Population Reduction By 2025 3

Black Ops • Tags: deagel , depopulation

Topics tagged under 1 on Established in 2006 as a Community of Reality - Page 4 Deagel-population-2025-forecast is one of the most interesting pages on the Internet,’s Forecast for 2025 , which is now only 8 years away.
What’s interesting about this forecast is that the Deagel website doesn’t have a dog in this fight. They are quite literally mercenary. The site analyzes which markets are going to have budgets allocated to buy military aircraft. That’s all they’re really care about.  These predictions are based on a merge of publicly-available reports from institutions such as the CIA, IMF and the UN. They also include a small amount of data coming from a variety of “shadow sources” such as Internet gurus. But all these sources are from the Internet.The list is ever-changing. The forecasts for population growth or decline, military expenditures and Purchasing Power Parity in all of the world’s countries have fluctuated somewhat, since I first ran across the list in mid-2015 but one prediction has remained a constant: China will be the largest economy on Earth in 2025.
Certain things on this list are well-known and expected. We know that China’s population growth is peaking and that it will recede slightly. India’s population growth remains unchained and it will grow by nearly 100,000,000 people in 8
Other things are in flux. A year ago, Brazil’s GDP was predicted to take a distant second place to China’s in 2025 but since the coup d’état of Dilma Rousseff and the ensuing nonviolent political and economic chaos, Brazil has since slipped behind India and Russia to take the number 4 spot. I suspect that the ramifications of the currency madness in India is not yet fully reflected in Deagel’s current list and that India’s position may soon change.
Yes. The US is not predicted to be among the 5 top GDPs, not even in the top 10.
There are some extremely radical and unexpected shifts predicted, particularly within the US, UK and Australia. Last Monday, I pasted the top 60 nations, sorted by GDP into an Excel spreadsheet and did some calculations in it, to try to make some sense out of this data:
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Above: The top numbers are for 2025 with 2015 beneath
I gave color codes to show radical shifts in population and Purchasing Power Parity (PPP). “PPP” means the estimate of what the exchange rate between two currencies would have to be in order for the exchange to be at par with the purchasing power of the two countries’ currencies. On this list, it’s pegged to the US dollar. Brick Red means devastating changes, peach and yellow, devastating but less extreme. Green indicates improvement.
By far the most radical and catastrophic occurrences are Deagel’s predicted depopulation of the US by 81% or over 260M people and a PPP decrease also of 81%, with the US economy plummeting from today’s #1 spot to #11. This is up from#13, two years ago, but today, they’re predicting that the US population will decrease to 61M, down from 68M 2 years ago (!)
Mexico’s population will basically stay the same but their PPP will decrease by 31%. Canada, while it’s predicted to have a 54% loss of PPP, it will “only” lose 27% of its current population, according to Deagel’s predictions.
These figures are harrowing but not as bad as the catastrophic changes, which are predicted to be seen in the rest of the world’s most developed economies.
Here’s a short list of the most negative data:
US:              population loss of 81% PPP loss of 81%
UK:              population loss of 70% PPP loss of 82%
Spain:          population loss of 51% PPP loss of 73%
Germany:     population loss of 50% PPP loss of 64%
Australia:      population loss of 49% PPP loss of 80%
Switzerland:  population loss of 46% PPP loss of 60%
France:         population loss of 31% PPP loss of 55%
Singapore:    population loss of 25% PPP loss of 62%
Saudi Arabia: population loss of 12% PPP loss of 65%
Only three countries within the group of the top 60 GDP will experience significant improvement, while catastrophe is reigning in the countries listed above:
Russia:          population loss of 2% ppp gain of 32%
Chile:            population gain of 3% ppp gain of 23%
Colombia:      population gain of 6% ppp gain of 22%
The countries with the top 10 highest PPP, in the following order are predicted to be Brunei, Qatar, Netherlands, Russia, Singapore, Norway, Finland, Chile, Taiwan and Malaysia – with only Russia’s increasing, the rest all decreasing – and in the case of Singapore, decreasing significantly.
The way the population losses and gains are distributed, it does not appear that these radical depopulations will be the result of nuclear bombs or hot wars. These look like the results of financial collapse and migration, although many are predicted will die, as well.
Brazil, whose GDP will almost triple, despite its ongoing political saga (which may soon be mirrored by that of the US) will also experience a population increase of 5%, in a country which has been experiencing a population decrease, with a current growth of .86%.  In other words, ~10M people are expected to migrate to Brazil within 8 years.
According to these statistics, the two countries with the rosiest outlook are Russia and Chile.

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