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Lightning controls its own destiny for home ice in conference playoffs

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  • RELATED: Blueprint to success in postseason found in win vs. Bruins Now, the Lightning’s games tonight against the Sabres (25-43-12) in the regular-season finale and Saturday at Carolina in the season finale are important.
  • Fans attending tonights Lightning game will find a rally towel at their seat.
  • And, Cooper said, given the time off between Saturday’s regular-season finale and the start of the playoffs, he will not be resting players during the final two games.
  • RELATED: Tom Jones: Lightning look like Cup contenders The Sabres enter the game with the fewest points (62) in the NHL.
  • The Sabres are 1-1-1 this season against the Lightning and own seven combined wins against the Lightning, Bruins and Maple Leafs the top three teams in the Eastern Conference.

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The real reason ex-Gators coach Jim McElwain took a loss on his Florida home isn’t so funny

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  • RELATED: The story behind the story of Jim McElwain’s home sale Rick and his wife, Michelle, were thinking about Tyler’s changes in early November, after he started his second year at Santa Fe Community College.
  • RELATED:Sleeping in Jim McElwain’s garage ‘not as bad as it sounds’ The same features that made it suited for a head football coach would work for the Staabs’ foundation, Tyler’s Hope for a Dystonia Cure.
  • Rick Staab and son Luke at the 2017 Swamp Shootout, a 7v7 youth lacrosse tournament hosted by the Staabs Tylers Hope for a Dystonia Cure foundation.
  • (Courtesy of Tylers Hope for a Dystonia Cure)The adjustment would have been even tougher without more help from the McElwains.
  • Tyler’s Hope for a Dystonia Cure After Tyler Staab was diagnosed with dystonia in 2006, his family started a foundation to raise awareness of the movement disorder.

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The real reason ex-Gators coach Jim McElwain took a loss on his Florida home isn’t so funny

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  • RELATED: The story behind the story of Jim McElwain’s home sale Rick and his wife, Michelle, were thinking about Tyler’s changes in early November, after he started his second year at Santa Fe Community College.
  • RELATED:Sleeping in Jim McElwain’s garage ‘not as bad as it sounds’ The same features that made it suited for a head football coach would work for the Staabs’ foundation, Tyler’s Hope for a Dystonia Cure.
  • Rick Staab and son Luke at the 2017 Swamp Shootout, a 7v7 youth lacrosse tournament hosted by the Staabs Tylers Hope for a Dystonia Cure foundation.
  • (Courtesy of Tylers Hope for a Dystonia Cure)The adjustment would have been even tougher without more help from the McElwains.
  • Tyler’s Hope for a Dystonia Cure After Tyler Staab was diagnosed with dystonia in 2006, his family started a foundation to raise awareness of the movement disorder.

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Abdul-Jabbar: ‘We all have to be a part of the solution’ of gun violence, race relations

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  • WINTER PARK, Fla. — Sitting before the 7-foot-2 giant that still draws crowds nearly three decades after ending his storied athletic career was a melting pot of people young and old, black and white, Christian, Muslim and everything in between.
  • Abdul-Jabbar spoke for an hour about what led him to become vocal about race, class and culture throughout his career and how sports helped shape those views.
  • During the racial tumult of the 1960s, the angst and racial unrest gave a young Abdul-Jabbar little hope that anyone cared about black people other than black people.
  • Abdul-Jabbar has been outspoken on issues of race, religion and culture for decades, so criticism that athletes should stick to sports and not politics does not sit well with him.
  • Too many young black kids get shot for no good reason, he said, speaking to police brutality and the violence that plagues many urban, minority communities.

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