March Madness Celeb Pick ‘Em with Timbaland

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Capitals draft Connor McMichael of the London Knights

first_imgMcMichael had a great season, as a go-to player for London when its lineup was depleted, and he continued to produce and generate shots at a high level when the roster filled out, although he tailed off toward the end. He doesn’t wow you with his tools, but he’s a quality player. McMichael is a very smart all-around hockey player. He sees the ice very well, is creative with the puck and understands the game away from the puck. He’s not the biggest guy but McMichael competes well. He gets to the net and gets back on defense. With the puck, he’s skilled but not amazingly so. He can make some space with his hands, and his shot can surprise goalies with the ability to pick corners. His skating leaves some to be desired. He has decent speed but not great for his size, and his stride is inefficient. I give a nod to his sense and production as indicators that he could play in the NHL.London Knights assistant coach Rick Steadman on McMichael: “He makes plays. He can play up and down a lineup. He can play at both ends of the ice. He’s very skilled and has a great shot.” Ranked the 24th North American skater by most draft boards, McMichael fills a few areas of need in Washington’s system, mainly forward depth, good two-way ability, and intelligence. McMichael models his game after Calgary forward Sean Monahan. On Friday night, the Washington Capitals selected center Connor McMichael with the 25th pick in the 2019 NHL Draft. McMichael played for the renowned London Ontario Knights in the Ontario Hockey League, coached by former captain and head coach Dale Hunter. If all of these things turn out to be true and McMichael reaches Washington in a year or two, we could see him eventually take over the 3rd line center role from Lars Eller, or slot in the top 9 as a scoring winger with good two-way play. center_img Corey Pronman, NHL expert at the Athletic, had this to say about McMichael: In the coming days, we’ll review every draft pick and give a more complete picture of who could join the big club in the next few years. Please follow and like us:last_img read more

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Cutting-edge golf facility opening its doors today

first_imgBeginning today, local golfers have the opportunity to improve their golf games on a year-round basis at one of the finest indoor golf facilities in the nation.Golf Lab, co-founded by golf enthusiast Michael McRae and professional golfer Henry White, officially opens today at 925 S. West Temple.The 20,000-square-foot Golf Lab is a state-of-the-art facility designed to help golfers of all abilities on everything from full swing analysis to putting assessments.McRae is a professional photographer who converted his photo studio into Golf Lab. Dozens of cameras are used to analyze golfers from various angles in full swings, chipping and putting. White, who is also a certified physical therapist, works with golfers on their golf game as well as physical fitness related to golf.”The Golf Lab experience is unlike others in that we incorporate a complete physical assessment with our full swing, putting and short game analyses,” White said. “Through our unique method of instruction, players can experience dramatic improvements in their game.”Golf Lab also features professional club fitting by John Cluff. By using data from Golf Lab’s analyses, customers can receive recommendations for appropriate drivers, irons and putters.”We are excited to offer this unique technology and teaching style to Utah golfers,” said McRae. Golf Lab is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. To schedule an appointment for individual or group lessons, call 746-1291. E-mail: [email protected]last_img read more

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