US Forsberg longs a decision for the future: "It is a lot of risk"
Red Wings' Jakub Vrana pulls the Forsberg move on the Lightning for sick shootout goal
Jakub Vrana continues to be an incredible pickup for the Detroit Red Wings, especially so after pulling this infamous move in the shootout. On Saturday, with no score between the Red Wings and Tampa Bay Lightning, the game went into the shootout to decide a winner. Though…Though the shootout has been much maligned by hockey fans over the years, every so often it produces a fun moment and Saturday was Vrana’s turn to showcase some moves. Facing Curtis McElhinney in net for Tampa Bay, Vrana went to one of the oldest tricks in the book, the good old Forsberg move.
as one of three players Emil Forsberg is only bound to RB Leipzig until 2022. Where the future of Sweden is still unclear - but one knows the offensive artist exactly: At the latest after the end of the season nails should be made with heads.
In conversation with the MDR Stressed Forsberg, that it is no option for him to start without extension atin the coming season 2021/22. "I clearly said that I do not want that because I think it's a lot of risk," the 29-year-old explained that he wants a decision this summer. If the parties can not agree on an extension, it will forcibly go out for a sale.
Kings' Christian Wolanin to be Group VI unrestricted free agent
Christian Wolanin will qualify for Group VI unrestricted free agency, a status reserved for players 25 and older with three or more professional seasons but with fewer than 80 NHL games played. Yet, due to the shortened 2020-21 season, that games-played total was actually reduced to 71 total games played for Wolanin, making it even less likely that he would end up as a Group VI UFA. He entered the season with 43 games played, and as a starting defenseman for Ottawa, it seemed fairly obvious that he would play the necessary 28 games if he stayed healthy.
The Swedish national player announced that there were currently talking "behind the doors" - a clear tendency does not seem to be. More than the statement that he "find the air in Leipzig really good", the 29-year-old was not elicited. "I have to focus on football, we want to play a title and the best season of club history," he realized.
To take care of the rest, his advisor. Forsberg stated that of course he hopes to come to a solution. "But what it gets, I do not know yet," he left the speculation free run.
In addition to Forsberg, Marcel Sabitzer and Marcel Halstenberg also have only 2022 valid working papers at the red bulls. It still remains a lot of work for the current table seconds.
Trump's Facebook ban to stay in place, board rules .
Facebook's ban on former President Trump's account will continue following a decision issued by its independent Oversight Board on Wednesday."The Board found that, in maintaining an unfounded narrative of electoral fraud and persistent calls to action, Mr. Trump created an environment where a serious risk of violence was possible," the board wrote in a statement.While the board did uphold the suspension, it also found that the indefinite suspension was not appropriate.The panel is requesting that Facebook review the decision to develop a "proportionate response that is consistent with the rules that are applied to other users of its platform.