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    The Sharks hope they’ve found another forward who can challenge for a roster spot next season, signing former Ottawa Senators winger Max Veronneau to a one-year, two-way contract. Per a source, the deal is worth $750,000 at the NHL level. Veronneau, 26, was the Swedish Hockey League’s leading goal scorer this season with 34 and was second with 60 points for Leksands IF, and was named the SHL’s Most Valuable Player. Veronneau starred at Princeton for four seasons from 2015 to 2019 before he began his professional career. An Ottawa native, he had four points in 16 NHL games over two seasons with the Senators to go with 10 points in 36 games in the AHL. Veronneau has spent the last two seasons in the SHL. After he collected 18 points in 25 games for Oskarshamn in 2020-21, he broke out with Leksands to earn another chance at playing in North America. “Max had a great season this year in Europe,” said Shin Larsson, the Sharks’ supervisor of European scouting, in a statement. “He has produced at every level offensively...
    Getty Quinn Cook, Jonas Jerebko and Klay Thompson of the Golden State Warriors react during a 2019 game against the Portland Trail Blazers. Jonas Jerebko enjoyed a nine-year career in the NBA, which spanned 685 games that included the Detroit Pistons, Boston Celtics, Utah Jazz, and the Golden State Warriors. The 35-year-old averaged 6.2 points, 4 rebounds and was a member of the 2018-19 Warriors, which was the last time the Dubs made it to the Finals. Since then, he played for Khimki of the VTB United League and EuroLeague from 2019 to 2021. The Swede was released on January 23, 2021, due to personal reasons. As Heavy.com covered last week, Jonas Jerebko signed a deal with CSKA Moscow on March 30, 2022. The moment the deal was announced, it was immediately met with harsh criticism. Read More From Heavy Bet on the Warriors Risk-Free This Week Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness Fredrik Joulamo, General Secretary of the Swedish Basketball Federation told Swedish outlet Afronbladet, that...
    VIDEO2:1802:18Putin has been careful with Germany in threats over gas supply: Ex-Swedish PMCapital Connection It would be "insane" for Russia to invade Ukraine — but that scenario is "not impossible," says former Prime Minister of Sweden Carl Bildt. "A big invasion might not be the most likely, but it's not impossible" given that Russian President Vladimir Putin has used military power against Ukraine in the past, said Bildt, who is now co-chair of the European Council on Foreign Relations. "It'd be insane," he told CNBC's "Capital Connection" on Thursday, pointing out that there will be media broadcasts of explosions and images of refugees fleeing in the event of an invasion. The effect on Russia's economy and society would be very substantial, and people would likely mobilize resources to help Ukraine, he predicted. "We would be entering into really uncharted territory in terms of war and peace in Europe and security," Bildt said. "One would hope that the reality of what might happen is starting to sink in, into the decision-making circles, small as they are, in the Kremlin," he added.It'd...
    A$AP Rocky said former President Donald Trump's involvement in the 2019 Swedish assault case that landed him in prison "didn't free me," adding that Trump's public comments on the rapper's arrest "made it a little worse." Rocky's comments about the former president were featured in the documentary Stockholm Syndrome, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on Sunday, June 13. The documentary recounts when the rapper was arrested along with two members of his entourage in July 2019 on charges of aggravated assault following an altercation in Stockholm. "In reality, I had no problem saying thank you to the man, especially if he helped me," Rocky said of Trump. "That’s the narrative they pushin’ — that he got me out. And he didn’t free me. If anything, he made it a little worse." 'UNGRATEFUL MOTHERF**KER': TRUMP SURROGATES FURIOUS AT A$AP ROCKY FOR NOT THANKING THE PRESIDENT After Rocky's arrest on July 3, 2019, while traveling abroad, rapper and then-prominent Trump supporter Kanye West tapped the president to aid Rocky on July 19. Trump then vowed to call the prime...
    JOHN F. KENNEDY was known as a father, beloved president and philanderer. Almost 58 years after Kennedy was assassinated, his love letters to his Swedish mistress are up for auction. 4Portrait of John F. KennedyCredit: Getty - Contributor Who was JFK's mistress? Kennedy met Gunilla von Post just weeks before he wed the former first lady Jacqueline Bouvier. Gunilla, a Swedish noble, met Kennedy during the summer of 1953 and the two continued a relationship over three years. Kennedy tried to end his marriage with Bouvier during this time to bring Gunilla to the United States to be together but after Bouvier suffered a miscarriage in 1955 the plan never happened. 4John F. Kennedy and his dog after winning the nomination for Congressman from Massachusetts.Credit: Getty What did JFK write in his love letters to Swedish mistress Gunilla von Post? The eight-page collection of notes between Kennedy and Gunilla were mostly written during 1955-1956 while Kennedy was serving as the U.S Senator of Massachusetts. In the letters, Kennedy and Gunilla would exchange words of affection towards each...
    Former Bond girl Britt Ekland checks into our travel Q&A This week former Bond girl Britt Ekland checks into our travel Q&A. She talks about her favourite parts of Sweden, the most unusual place she's been recognised - and more.  EARLIEST HOLIDAY MEMORY? Every summer until I was 16, my family spent six weeks on Marstrand, an island off Sweden’s west coast. It’s car-free with quaint neighbourhoods. We rented a house and spent our time walking, exploring and swimming. FAVOURITE DESTINATIONS? Other than Sweden, my homeland, the south of France and the Italian coast have been favourites of mine, particularly in the 1960s and 70s. Back then, it was unspoilt and I remember exploring and relaxing at outdoor quayside restaurants, eating pasta, lobster and drinking white wine. WHAT CAN’T YOU TRAVEL WITHOUT? My silk eye masks which I’ve had for 15 years. They’re comfortable and block the light perfectly. In fact, I can sleep outside in bright sunshine and not know it was shining. Plus sticky ear plugs. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Revealed:...
    COLIN Jackson has gone down in history as one of Britain's finest athletics stars, who has since gone on to carve out a career as a sports presenter. The 51-year-old Welshman is appearing on the 13th series of Dancing on Ice. Here's all you need to know about the sporting icon and former Strictly star. 4 Colin Jackson has gone down in history as one of Britain's finest athletics stars, who has since gone on to carve out a career as a sports presenterCredit: Gary Stone - The Sun Who is Colin Jackson? Born on February 18, 1967, the Cardiff boy quickly singled himself out as a keen sportsman. It wasn't until he met athletics coach Malcolm Arnold that his potential as a competitive athletics champ began to spike. He won gold at the 1986 World Junior Championships in the high hurdles. Three years later he bagged silver at the 1986 Commonwealth Games. He quickly established himself as a dominant force in the field for Great Britain and went on to represent the country at the 1986 Olympics in Seoul,...
    Treehouse teaching and laundry art: Educators find creative ways to reach kids Early vaccination in prisons, a public health priority, proves politically charged Former first-rounder Brendan Gaunce signs with Swedish team After a long offseason of waiting for an NHL opportunity, forward Brendan Gaunce will have to settle for a season overseas. The 26-year-old forward has signed with the SHL’s Vaxjo Lakers, the team announced. The release quoted Gaunce as stating that his motivation to join the Lakers, who are currently third in the SHL, was the chance to win a Swedish championship, which of course wouldn’t hurt his chances of finding his way back to the NHL next year. © Bob Frid-USA TODAY Sports Brendan Gaunce is heading overseas. Gaunce may have only played in one NHL game in 2019-20, but the lack of NHL interest is still somewhat surprising. After all, Gaunce was playing for the President’s Trophy-winning Boston Bruins, a club with more than enough depth and talent that they didn’t need the veteran forward’s services. Gaunce did record a point in his lone appearance with...
    CODY, Wyo. (AP) — Former Wyoming U.S. Sen. Alan Simpson is recovering at a Denver-area hospital after suffering a minor stroke earlier this week, his family said. Simpson, 89, was in good spirits with good vital signs at Swedish Medical Center in the Denver suburb of Englewood, his son, Colin Simpson, told The Cody (Wyoming) Enterprise on Wednesday. Colin Simpson, a Cody attorney, said his father suffered the stroke on Monday after recently having a blood clot removed from a carotid artery on his left side. He was taken to Cody Regional Hospital, then transferred to Swedish Medical Center on Tuesday. “Cody Regional did a great job taking care of him,” Colin Simpson said. Telephone messages for Colin Simpson and to Swedish Medical Center on Thursday were not immediately returned. Alan Simpson served as a Republican senator from 1979 to 1997. He subsequently taught politics and co-chaired a commission under President Barack Obama to draw up recommendations on how to cut the national debt, which he has long argued is placing an unsustainable burden on younger generations of U.S. citizens....
    One-time wonderkid and former MLS star Freddy Adu has made an unexpected return to football by joining a third-tier Swedish team that is based in a small fishing village with a population of just 400 people.  Adu made his MLS debut aged just 14 and was tipped to reach the very top of the game but he never hit the heights his prodigious talent deserved or demanded. Now aged 31, the attacking midfielder reappeared on Wednesday after two years out by signing for Osterlen FF, which is based in the town of Brantevik in the far south east of Sweden. Freddy Adu was tipped to be the 'next Pele' and was capped by the United States 17 times RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Bayern's latest star is a cult hero on social media, loves... Christian Pulisic's future now looks promising to USA fans... Now THIS is what dreams are made of! Fernando Ovelar scores... Perfect day to end a drought! Freddy Adu nets first goal in... Share this article...
    FORMER wonderkid Freddy Adu has returned to football to sign for Swedish outfit Osterlen FF. The 31-year-old has agreed a deal to join his 15th club after a two-year break from the sport. 2Former Manchester United trialist Freddy Adu has returned to footballCredit: AP:Associated Press 2The American - once dubbed the 'new Pele' - has signed for Swedish side OsterlenCredit: Getty Images - Getty Adu, 31, was sidelined in recent years by lower back issues that have since been resolved. He has spent the past two years serving as a youth soccer coach in Maryland when he was approached by Osterlen with a chance to play again.— Ives Galarcep (@SoccerByIves) October 14, 2020 The ex-United States seemingly hung up his boots after leaving Las Vegas Lights in 2018. Yet Adu will now ply his trade in the third tier of Swedish football following Osterlen's promotion from the fourth division. According to journalist Ives Galarcep, the Ghanian-born star was coaching at youth level in Maryland when he was approached by Osterlen. TRANSFER NEWS LIVE: Breaking news, juicy gossip and the...
    Eva Hamilton, the former CEO of Sweden’s public television broadcaster SVT, has claimed that no one in Sweden likes U.S. President Donald J. Trump and that Swedes view him as dangerous. Ms Hamilton made her comments on Friday on Swedish television after reports revealed that President Trump had tested positive for the Wuhan coronavirus along with First Lady Melania Trump. She told the presenters of TV4’s Nyhetsmorgon programme that the infection could end up benefitting the U.S. leader going into next month’s presidential election. “I think he’s going to win this. Assuming he survives,” Hamilton said, according to Nyheter Idag. Hamilton went on to compare President Trump to Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro who also contracted the virus earlier this year and survived the encounter with only mild symptoms. “I’m afraid, we’ll probably have to say that he’s going to make it and I’m afraid this will benefit him greatly,” Hamilton said. She went on to add: “In Sweden, there is a kind of consensus that Trump is dangerous and an idiot… No one likes Trump in Sweden.” Swedish Journalist Declares ‘Soy Boys’ Are...
    SYDNEY (AP) — Former U.S. assistant coach Tony Gustavsson was named head coach of the Australian women’s soccer team on Tuesday on a four-year contract which will see him lead the Matildas in a home Women’s World Cup in 2023. The 47-year-old Swede was assistant to former U.S. coach Jill Ellis from 2014-19, with the Americans winning Women’s World Cup tournaments in 2015 and 2019. He previously served as an assistant to then-U.S. coach Pia Sundhage in 2012, winning an Olympic gold medal. He then coached Tyreso FF from 2012-14, including leading the Swedish club to the 2014 Women’s Champions League final. Gustavsson resigned from his U.S. role at the same time as Ellis in July 2019 and is currently working at Swedish club Hammarby IF. Australia has been without a head coach since Ante Milicic resigned in July. The Matildas are set to participate in four major tournaments in as many years — the Tokyo Olympics, 2022 Asian Cup, 2023 Women’s World Cup, which will be co-hosted with New Zealand, and the 2024 Paris Olympics. “I have always said...
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