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TSN. Adidas ZX 700 Red .cas NHL Play of the Year showdown continues today with two of the flithiest and unlikeliest of goals from the past season. The fourth match-up of the Round of 32 sees Thomas Hertl pull a move that did not exactly ingratiate himself towards the Leagues vets while Andrew Shaw finds a beauty without even having to look. Hertl – in just his third career game – had a historic night, scoring four goals at just 19 years old. The fourth goal, however, was something to behold. Streaking in from the left boards, Hertl barrels in on Martin Biron looking to cap an already impressive night. He pulls Biron to his right, bringing the puck back through his legs. Reaching between with his stick, he gets under the shot for a wrister that goes top left corner. The young Czechs effort produces a goal brimming with confidence beyond his teenage years. Shaw, meanwhile, showed that for all his grit and toughness hes still got a sweet pair of mitts. Picking up a rebound off a Patrick Sharp slapper from the point, Shaw fights off a defender picks up the garbage while trying to shake coverage from Dallas Stars defender Trevor Daley. Instead of dishing back out to one of his All-Star teammates, Shaw takes matters into his own hands and – with his back to the net and falling to his knees – slides the puck along the ice on the backhand. Its clear from Kari Lehtonens body language that a shot was the last thing on his mind. Shaw isnt down for long, however, as he pops up to celebrate one of the goals of the year. You can watch the highlights and make your decision here. Every vote counts, so watch all the plays and take part in the TSN.ca Play of the Year Showdown. Let us know who you voted for via Twitter by using the hashtag #tsnklondikepoy. Blue Adidas ZX 700 . "It was one of the best shows ever," said the Raptors guard, disagreeing with the critics. "Its really what people wanted to see. You couldnt see those dunks without three players on the court so it worked out for the best I think. Cheap Adidas Zx Flux trainers Blue . Ayovi scored in the 2nd and 9th minutes as Tijuana claimed a 4-3 aggregate win over the two legs of the quarterfinals. Argentine striker Dario Benedetto added a goal in the 26th minute and Richard Ruiz lengthened the lead in the 80th for Tijuana. http://www.zxfluxukonline.com/adidas-originals-zx-flux-trainers/adidas-zx-flux-print-trainer-sale.html . With the players association in the midst of meetings in Las Vegas, a vote will be held on Friday to decide the CFLPAs presidency and other executive positions.MELBOURNE, Australia -- Victoria Azarenka had the bulk of the crowd against her. The fireworks were fizzling out, and when she looked over the net she saw Li Na crashing to the court and almost knocking herself out. Considering the cascading criticism shed encountered after her previous win, Azarenka didnt need the focus of the Australian Open final to be on another medical timeout. So after defending her title with a 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 victory over the sixth-seeded Li in one of the most unusual finals ever at Melbourne Park, Azarenka understandably dropped her racket and cried tears of relief late Saturday night. She heaved as she sobbed into a towel beside the court, before regaining her composure to collect the trophy. "It isnt easy, thats for sure, but I knew what I had to do," the 23-year-old Belarusian said. "I had to stay calm. I had to stay positive. I just had to deal with the things that came onto me." There were a lot of those things squeezed into the 2-hour, 40-minute match. Li, who was playing her second Australian Open final in three years, twisted her ankle and tumbled to the court in the second and third sets. The second time was on the point immediately after a 10-minute delay for the Australia Day fireworks -- a familiar fixture in downtown Melbourne on Jan. 26, but not usually coinciding with a final. Li had been sitting in her chair during the break, while Azarenka jogged and swung her racket around before leaving the court to rub some liniment into her legs to keep warm. The 30-year-old Chinese player had tumbled to the court after twisting her left ankle and had it taped after falling in the fifth game of the second set. Immediately after the fireworks ceased, and with smoke still in the air, she twisted the ankle again, fell and hit the back of her head on the hard court. The 2011 French Open champion was treated immediately by a tournament doctor and assessed for a concussion in another medical timeout before resuming the match. "I think I was a little bit worried when I was falling," Li said, in her humorous, self-deprecating fashion. "Because two seconds I couldnt really see anything. It was totally black. "So when the physio come, she was like, Focus on my finger. I was laughing. I was thinking, This is tennis court, not like hospital." Lis injury was obvious and attracted even more support for her from the 15,000-strong crowd. Azarenka had generated some bad PR by taking a medical timeout after wasting five match points on her own serve in her semifinal win over American teenager Sloane Stephens on Thursday. She came back after the break and finished off Stephens in the next game, later telling an on-court interviewer that she "almost did the choke of the year." She was accused of gamesmanship and mmanipulating the rules to get time to regain her composure against Stephens, but defended herself by saying she actually was having difficulty breathing because of a rib injury that needed to be fixed. Adidas ZX 700 Cheap. That explanation didnt convince everybody. So when she walked onto Rod Laver Arena on Saturday, there were some people who booed, and others who heckled her or mimicked the distinctive hooting sound she makes when she hits the ball. "Unfortunately, you have to go through some rough patches to achieve great things," she said. "Thats what makes it so special for me. I went through that, and Im still able to kiss that beautiful trophy." She didnt hold a grudge. "I was expecting way worse, to be honest. What can you do? You just have to go out there and try to play tennis in the end of the day," she said. "Its a tennis match, tennis battle, final of the Australian Open. I was there to play that. "The things what happened in the past, I did the best thing I could to explain, and it was left behind me already." The match contained plenty of nervy moments and tension, and 16 service breaks -- nine for Li. But it also produced plenty of winners and bravery on big points. Azarenka will retain the No. 1 ranking shes mostly held since her first Grand Slam win in Melbourne last year. Li moved into the top five and is heartened by a recent trend of Australian runner-ups winning the French Open. She accomplished that in 2011, as did Ana Ivanovic (2008) and Maria Sharapova (2012). "I wish I can do the same this year, as well," Li said. Later Saturday, Bob and Mike Bryan won their record 13th Grand Slam mens doubles title, defeating the Dutch team of Robin Haase and Igor Sijsling 6-3, 6-4. Sundays mens final features two-time defending champion Novak Djokovic and U.S. Open winner Andy Murray. Djokovic is seeking to become the first man in the Open era to win three titles in a row in Australia. Azarenka was planning a night of partying to celebrate her second major title, with her friend Redfoo and the Party Rock crew, and was hopeful of scoring some tickets to the mens final. She said she needed to let her hair down after a draining two weeks and hoped that by being more open and frank in recent times she was clearing up any misconceptions the public had of her. "When I came first on the tour I kind of was lost a little bit," he said. "I didnt know how to open up my personality. Its very difficult when youre alone. I was independent since I was, you know, 10 years old. It was a little bit scary and I wouldnt show my personality. "So the (last) couple of years I learned how to open up to people and to share the moments. I wasnt really good before. I hope I got better. Its your judgment." Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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