Hanoded Photography http://hanodedphotography.com/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 21:08:07 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://hanodedphotography.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/icon-8-50x50.png Hanoded Photography http://hanodedphotography.com/ 32 32 Which movies are in the running for Best Picture at the 2022 Oscars? https://hanodedphotography.com/which-movies-are-in-the-running-for-best-picture-at-the-2022-oscars/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 18:30:00 +0000 https://hanodedphotography.com/which-movies-are-in-the-running-for-best-picture-at-the-2022-oscars/

The most accurate predictor of Best Picture is the Producers Guild Awards, usually held in January but delayed this week until March. Add to that the overpopulation of the species (there are now more awards parties in LA than there are hospitals) and declining TV viewership, and it’s shaping up to be awards season. the hardest in living memory. It’s the Oscars class of 2022.

Be the Ricardos (Amazon)
With: Nicole Kidman, Javier Bardem, JK Simmons, Nina Arianda.
At first glance, he might seem like too divisive a candidate — some people seem to like him, some don’t — but he’s got a potent trump card in his hand: Oscar voters love stories from the hometown of Hollywood. Kidman plays Lucille Ball and Bardem her husband (and co-star of i love lucy) Desi Arnaz.

Nicole Kidman in Being the Ricardos.Credit:Amazon Prime Video

Belfast (Main Features)
Starring: Jude Hill, Jamie Dornan, Caitriona Balfe, Judi Dench, Ciaran Hinds.
Set in 1969, at the height of tensions between Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland, director Kenneth Branagh delivers a powerful story, largely in black and white, about family life. The film’s power lies in its intimacy and the innocence of the 9-year-old protagonist, Buddy (Hill), who struggles to understand what is going on.

Cyrano (MGM/United Artists)
Starring: Peter Dinklage, Haley Bennett, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Ben Mendelsohn.
A thrilling musical adaptation of Edmond Rostand’s classic 19th century poetic drama Cyrano de Bergerac, with Dinklage as Cyrano and Ben Mendelsohn, who honed his sinister routine in the Star Wars movie A thug, like the villain of the story, the Comte de Guiche.

Don’t look up (Netflix)
With: Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Rob Morgan, Jonah Hill, Tyler Perry, Timothée Chalamet, Cate Blanchett, Meryl Streep.
Depending on who you ask, Don’t look up is either the best film of the year or the worst. Lawrence and DiCaprio play a pair of scientists desperate to warn the world of impending doom, but must contend with everyone from a self-serving president (Streep) to a shallow news anchor (Blanchett) along the way.

drive my car (Sideshow/Janus Films)
With: Hidetoshi Nishijima, Toko Miura, Reika Kirishima, Satoko Abe, Masaki Okada.
A beautiful character story about grief and understanding, in which director Yusuke Kafuku (Nishijima) helms a production of Uncle Vanya. Still grappling with the grief of his wife’s death, he befriends the young woman assigned to him as a driver, Misaki Watari (Miura), and has to contend with the production’s young star, Koji Takatsuki ( Okada), who has a connection to his late wife.

Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio in Don't Look Up.

Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio in Don’t Look Up.Credit:netflix

Dunes (Warner Brothers)
With: Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, Stellan Skarsgard, Jason Momoa, Zendaya
A few brave souls tried to bring Frank Herbert’s epic book series about feudal empires, colonization and resource exploitation to the screen – all in space. Denis Villeneuve is perhaps the one who is doing the best. The film was widely acclaimed (despite a long run) and has both an immense scale and Hans Zimmer’s extraordinary score.

The French Dispatch (Projector images)
With: Benicio Del Toro, Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Bill Murray, Lea Seydoux, Frances McDormand, Timothée Chalamet
Located in the fictional French town of Ennui-sur-Blasé, the newspaper’s editor The French Dispatch dies and his team is working on the final issue of the publication. It’s somewhat anthological – each story is presented as a vignette within the larger story – but it’s delightful, deeply crafty and very, very Wes Anderson.

Gucci House (MGM/United Artists)
Starring: Adam Driver, Lady Gaga, Jeremy Irons, Jared Leto, Al Pacino, Salma Hayek
A lavish fashion soap opera from the man who gave us Extraterrestrial? May be Gucci House won’t seem so anti-Ridley Scott if you imagine him as Gladiator with shoulder pads. It’s got an all-star cast, but make no mistake: All eyes are on Gaga as Patrizia Reggiani, who married fashion heir Maurizio Gucci (Driver) and then hired an assassin for the to kill. Campy melodrama at the Oscars? Never say never.

Lady Gaga as Patrizia Reggiani in House of Gucci.

Lady Gaga as Patrizia Reggiani in House of Gucci.Credit:MGM

King Richard (Warner Brothers)
With: Will Smith, Aunjanue Ellis, Jon Bernthal, Saniyya Sidney, Demi Singleton
A robust biopic in a year of biopics, Smith plays Richard Williams, father of tennis superstars Serena (Singleton) and Venus (Sidney) Williams. It’s Richard’s story, not Venus’ or Serena’s, but it’s an engaging and very illuminating portrait of the invisible side of a very high-profile family.

Licorice Pizza (MGM/United Artists)
Starring: Alana Haim, Cooper Hoffman, Sean Penn, Tom Waits, Bradley Cooper
Director Paul Thomas Anderson tells the story of Alana Kane (Haim), a young woman from Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley who navigates romance, everyday life and, in the final third of the film, local politics. . Anderson has a clever way of finding texture in what seems ordinary. And how’s that for a fun fact: This is Haim and Hoffman’s first screen. And both are brilliant.

The lost girl (Netflix)
With: Olivia Colman, Jessie Buckley, Dakota Johnson, Ed Harris, Peter Sarsgaard
Told in two interwoven layers, one starring Colman as Leda, an English teacher vacationing alone in Greece, the other with Buckley as her younger self, The lost girl is fascinating. And the material is solid: both Elena Ferrante’s novel and Maggie Gyllenhaal’s screenplay (she also directed) have great emotional intelligence.

alley of nightmares (Projector images)
With: Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett, Rooney Mara, Richard Jenkins, Toni Collette, Willem Dafoe, Mary Steenburgen, David Strathairn
Set in the dark and almost supernatural realm of a remote carnival, Stanton Carlisle (Bradley Cooper) is a talented student of the carnival’s resident clairvoyant (Collette), but then takes his skills to the big city, hoping to make fortune. Instead, he unleashes a more monstrous side of himself which, in the greatest tradition of Guillermo del Toro, ultimately threatens to destroy him.

Rooney Mara and Bradley Cooper in Nightmare Alley.

Rooney Mara and Bradley Cooper in Nightmare Alley. Credit:Projector images

no time to die (MGM/United Artists)
With: Daniel Craig, Rami Malek, Lea Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, Ben Whishaw
Cary Joji Fukunaga (the first American director of a Bond film) strikes the right balance in the genre and delivers perhaps the most nuanced Bond film, in terms of character and storytelling, in recent memory. You’d like to think it’s a strong Oscar contender, but it’s been a tough year.

The power of the dog (Netflix)
With: Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons, Kodi Smit-McPhee
Jane Campion’s extraordinary study of masculinity, set in 1925 Montana, centers on rancher brothers Phil (Cumberbatch) and George (Plemons) Burbank, inn owner Rose (Dunst) and her son Peter (Smit-McPhee). Cumberbatch’s cruel but complicated Phil is the film’s centerpiece, initially intimidating Peter, but later guiding him.

spencer (Neon)
Starring: Kristen Stewart, Sally Hawkins, Timothy Spall, Sean Harris, Jack Farthing
Princess Diana biopics are usually misinterpreted or poorly written. Spencer is set in 1991, during the Royal Family’s Christmas holiday stop at the Queen’s Sandringham Estate in Norfolk. He has a whiff of “three days changing the monarchy” about it but, like The crown, struggles with the idea that “historical fiction” is not problematic, when it is.

Tick, tick… Boom! (Netflix)
With: Andrew Garfield, Alexandra Shipp, Robin De Jesus, Vanessa Hudgens, Judith Light
To rent composer Jonathan Larson’s near-autobiographical take on a composer, Jon, struggling to make his mark in New York. Brought to the screen by the director Lin-Manuel Miranda of hamilton fame, he is a serious candidate for the Oscars. But does Oscar have room for two musicals in a year when West Side Story sucks all the oxygen out of voters?

Ilda Mason as Luz, Ariana DeBose as Anita and Ana Isabelle as Rosalia in West Side Story.

Ilda Mason as Luz, Ariana DeBose as Anita and Ana Isabelle as Rosalia in West Side Story.Credit:Niko Tavernise/20th Century Studios

West Side Story (20th century workshops)
With: Ansel Elgort, Rachel Zegler, Ariana DeBose, David Alvarez, Mike Faist, Rita Moreno.
Steven Spielberg directs a revamp of the 1957 musical. Tricky, as a 1961 film adaptation, starring a much younger Moreno, is still highly regarded. The updated choreography rattled some traditionalists, but the film was embraced by film critics and musical theater enthusiasts. The thorn in the side: it’s a bomb at the box office.

The 94th Academy Awards will take place on March 27 in Los Angeles.

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Woodbridge woman plans wedding as COVID delays cancer surgery https://hanodedphotography.com/woodbridge-woman-plans-wedding-as-covid-delays-cancer-surgery/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 08:24:31 +0000 https://hanodedphotography.com/woodbridge-woman-plans-wedding-as-covid-delays-cancer-surgery/

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Against all odds, Cassandra Dimaria remains calm and understanding.

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The 30-year-old Woodbridge woman had cancer surgery postponed multiple times due to the chaos of COVID, and recently, her cousin Vanessa Pilieci went public with her story.

Pilieci took to social media frustrated by the delays her beloved relative has endured, she posts about Dimaria’s ordeal in the last 15 months.

“I am posting this to bring to light a story of how Ontario canceled a LIFE SAVING surgery for a patient with stage 4 cancer,” he wrote. “My 30-year-old cousin, with a wedding scheduled for April 2023 and her ENTIRE life ahead of her, will die thanks to the reckless decision to cancel and postpone ‘non-urgent’ surgeries.”

“When will Canadians, who have done their part by getting the vaccine and staying home, be considered a PRIORITY? When will my cousin, who is fighting stage four cancer, be as important as a covid-19 patient?

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Dimaria just hopes her story helps other patients and raises awareness about delays.

In November 2020, Dimaria was diagnosed with colon cancer and underwent immediate surgery. He had had a few days of severe pain but otherwise had no prior symptoms.

Seventeen cycles of chemotherapy followed.

A second surgery was scheduled for November 2021, but that did not happen. Another date was set for January 2022, but it was cancelled. It was rescheduled and then canceled again.

Now there is no date.

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He had to stop chemotherapy in preparation for surgery. His concern now is that the cancer continues to grow and spread while he is not receiving chemotherapy or surgery.

Reached at his home on Thursday, Dimaria said: “I wanted to send the message that I recognize that COVID is very serious and that everyone’s life matters, but we deserve to receive the necessary treatment.

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“I would say there were some flaws in the way things were handled, and that contributed to the mess I’m in.”

The health care response to COVID needs to be reassessed, “for my sake and for others in the same position.”

COVID has shadowed every stage of his illness. The health protocols mean that she has had to face all the appointments and treatments completely alone.

“I’m doing everything I can to keep a positive mindset,” Dimaria said. “It’s hard sometimes. Mental health-related issues are one factor. No one wants to be in this position.”

She couldn’t do it without the support of her family, friends and her fiancé, Stefan Cescon, she said.

When her hair fell out to her waist during chemotherapy, she said, her cousin Vanessa shaved her head in solidarity.

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“My family has been amazing. That’s a bit understated. They and my fiancé have really been taking good care of me.”

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Dimaria and her fiancé plan to get married on April 1, 2023, and she continues to try to work on her wedding plans.

“I’m doing the best I can, hoping that all this will pass so I can continue,” Dimaria said. “I do everything I can handle.”

“I get tired easily, but it takes my mind off this madness,” he added.

Dimaria said that she does not blame anyone for what has happened to her.

“It is nobody’s fault. And I know that the nurses and surgeons are doing the best they can. Unfortunately, people like me continue to suffer. Hopefully, they will reassess what is considered urgent.”

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Secret image discovered in Botticelli painting worth $40 million https://hanodedphotography.com/secret-image-discovered-in-botticelli-painting-worth-40-million/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 00:59:00 +0000 https://hanodedphotography.com/secret-image-discovered-in-botticelli-painting-worth-40-million/

A hidden painting was discovered in another.

Legendary Italian artist Sandro Botticelli’s work “The Man of Sorrows”, dated around 1500, has been hidden from public view for hundreds of years – apparently with a secret of its own.

The painting has been in private hands since the 19th century, which prevents it from being closely studied by experts. Now the piece is up for auction at Sotheby’s on January 27 with a guaranteed minimum price of $40 million.

And already, an expert has found a secret in his features.

While spending some time with the work recently, Chris Apostle, Senior Vice President of Sotheby’s and Director of Old Master Paintings, noticed something odd: what appeared to be the start of a composition of the Madonna cradling the baby Christ’s head against hers. When turned upside down and viewed in infrared, the details of this “Madonna of Tenderness” are particularly visible, CNN reported.

An unknown aspect of a painting, a so-called “underdrawing” is not unheard of, Apostle said. At the time, the material on which he painted, panel, would have been expensive.

“The panel was a precious commodity in the Renaissance,” he said, so it makes sense that Botticelli wouldn’t want to throw away the canvas just because he had abandoned the design of the first design he put on it. Instead, it seems, Botticelli simply turned the panel around and created the current stunning creation on it.

And while the parallel was probably unintentional, the painting’s dark significance supports the idea that some works may be destined to be abandoned.

“I feel there’s something about this image that Botticelli is projecting, an understanding that we’re all going to die – it has a deep emotional charge,” Apostle said of his interpretation of the work, which Botticelli is said to have painted. towards the end. of his life.

“If it had depicted Christ full and rigid, it would look more like an icon; a little more impenetrable.

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Munroe Bergdorf Makes History With ‘Cosmo UK’ Cover, 1st Trans Woman https://hanodedphotography.com/munroe-bergdorf-makes-history-with-cosmo-uk-cover-1st-trans-woman/ Thu, 13 Jan 2022 19:03:46 +0000 https://hanodedphotography.com/munroe-bergdorf-makes-history-with-cosmo-uk-cover-1st-trans-woman/

After half a century, Cosmopolitan UK step into a more inclusive future.

Today, Cosmopolitan UK announced that model and activist Munroe Bergdorf was their latest cover star. Bergdorf, who once appeared on the cover of British vogue, would cover the publication’s 50th anniversary issue in a beautiful red dress. The image, which shows Bergdorf smiling with his hand on his hip, is historic.

“Can’t believe I’m writing this…” she wrote on Instagram. “Beyond the enthusiasm to share that I am Cosmopolitan UKthe covergirl for their 50th anniversary issue! I am also the first transgender woman to appear on the cover of this 50 year publication.”

Bergdorf’s inclusion came after a series of other firsts for Cosmopolitan UK. In January 2020, Jonathan Van Ness covered the post and made history as the first non-female person to face the Shining, as well as the first known non-binary person. Then RuPaul followed them, covering the publication in January 2021. Internationally, Laverne Cox covered Cosmopolitan South AfricaFebruary 2018 issue.

Cosmopolitan UK teased that he would drop full coverage tomorrow.

“I hope there’s a young trans girl looking at this cover thinking ‘I can do this too and who I am isn’t going to hold me back,'” Bergdorf said in an Instagram post.

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Texas’ cathartic new album Goodnight makes up for postponement of show https://hanodedphotography.com/texas-cathartic-new-album-goodnight-makes-up-for-postponement-of-show/ Thu, 13 Jan 2022 04:47:06 +0000 https://hanodedphotography.com/texas-cathartic-new-album-goodnight-makes-up-for-postponement-of-show/

By Bliss Bowen

Contributing editor of the weekly Pasadena

SGoodnight, Texas, a Francisco-based American quintet, was scheduled to open this weekend for Portland folk-rockers Fruition at the Lodge Room in Highland Park, a double-ended show that promised lively music and camaraderie.

But on January 6, fans were touched by the reality of the COVID-19 era when Fruition announced on social media that, during a short series of concert dates, he learned the hard way that “even the precautions and thoughtful guidelines… just weren’t working. We have a few positive points confirmed in the tour at this time. We won’t be able to get out of the isolation in time to put on our normal shows for you. Goodnight, Texas also said it was “in everyone’s best interests to postpone” his tour dates, a wise but obviously disappointing move.

“Yes, we’re disappointed as well, but (it’s) definitely for the best,” Goodnight, Texas co-singer Avi Vinocur confirmed in a follow-up exchange. “We will be back as soon as possible.”

As the latest wave of COVID-19 continues and fans await news of postponed show dates, they can take comfort in Goodnight, Texas’ fourth album, “How Long Will It Take Them To Die” , expected Friday January 21 from Burning Files from the house.

Two of his strongest tracks, “Borrowed Time” and the hopeful “Dead Middle”, have already been released. To a playful country tune with a dashing backbeat, “Borrowed Time” imagines the errands of the corner store and the awkwardness of a fish out of the water of a visiting galactic traveler when “the earth was burning, smoke all in. the sky:”

“I arrived on Earth a few hours ago

Man, I don’t know what they did with this place

Yeah, they have gravity but I like it better in space “

The cathartic “Dead Middle”, whose first mandolin stroke evokes the searing “Chalk” of Buddy & Julie Miller, is awash in moving exhilaration, Adam Nash’s pedal steel and turns of phrase (” If I’m gonna catch hell for saying what I’m thinking / Then I might as well make it count ”) likely to invite singalongs to future gigs.

“Well the battle is almost over

And there is no sign of a truce

We can mess around in an old stuck engine

Maybe let go of something

But even then how can we fix it

It’s a complex machine

We can leave the car and give up and walk

Maybe one day meet again “

Led by North Carolina multi-instrumentalist Patrick Dyer Wolf
(patrickdyerwolf.bandcamp.com) and prolific singer-songwriter and producer Vinocur (avivinocurmusic.com), a former Stone Foxes guitarist / mandolinist, occasional Metallica collaborator and frequent visitor to Pasadena, Goodnight, Texas’ self-proclaimed “garage roots Appalachian collaboration ”is steeped in the rustic folk and blues traditions of the early 20th century. Their instrumentation – guitar, mandolin, banjo, violin on an electric rhythm section – easily suggests threads connecting past and present eras of poverty, d inequality and struggle.

The tense rhythm of the slow-burning rocker “Hypothermic” counterbalances the irreverent old-fashioned stomper “Gotta Get Goin ‘” and its references to Harpers Ferry, the Wild West and the Civil War infantry. Loping to a rubbery groove and harmonies, “Elegy” offers collegiate advice (“Don’t let ’em get you”), while the ballad “Jane Come Down From Your Room” frames the humiliated confession of a father to his daughter (“It’s nothing you did that drove me crazy / It’s the fact that I was a terrible father”) and the “I’d rather not” express a feeling of weariness familiar to many (“I got a hand that’s running out of cards / But that’s what I got / I could try to cope with all the pain / But I’d rather not do it”).

Where the band’s 2020 release precisely titled “Live in Seattle, Just Before the Global Pandemic” captured its dynamic on stage and audience response, songs and focused arrangements of “How Long Will It Take Them to Die” hit more softly in the solar plexus with the recognition of the shared experience. It may lack the immediacy of live performance, but it fuels a lingering need.

For more information on “How long will it take them to die” and Goodnight, Texas, visit hiwearegoodnighttexashowareyou.com and goodnighttexas.bandcamp.com.

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NHL Power Rankings: Avalanche takes shape as playoff image takes shape https://hanodedphotography.com/nhl-power-rankings-avalanche-takes-shape-as-playoff-image-takes-shape/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 22:07:50 +0000 https://hanodedphotography.com/nhl-power-rankings-avalanche-takes-shape-as-playoff-image-takes-shape/
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avalanche

The Avs have now won five in a row and nine of their last 10, and young defenseman Cale Makar has reached another level. He does real games, like putting Chicago’s Kirby Dach in a mixer on an overtime goal, but Colorado also controls 57.47 percent of expected five-on-five goals with him on the ice.

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Panthers

Jonathan Huberdeau is in tears right now. He’s accumulated 13 points in his last five games, and Huberdeau’s 46 points this season puts him tied with Nazem Kadri for fourth in the NHL.

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Hurricanes

Carolina had a pair of tough games with a back-to-back set against the Flames and Panthers. They managed to collect three of four possible points with an impressive victory over Calgary and a tough overtime loss to Florida.

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maple leaves

The Maple Leafs were really fortunate enough to assert themselves last week, and it looked like they were close to doing so when they held a 4-1 lead over the Avalanche. However, Toronto left the door open and Colorado fought back for an overtime victory. It was a missed opportunity for the Leafs.

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Penguins

Pittsburgh has just had its 10-game winning streak interrupted, and it is still only fourth in the Metropolitan Division. However, the Penguins still have games in hand against the Rangers and Capitals, and they’ve widened a 12-point gap between themselves and the closest teams.

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Flash

Victor Hedman is now second on the Lightning in points behind only Steven Stamkos, and he’s been dominating all season. Hedman played big minutes for Tampa and he was effective against everyone. The Lightning controls an absurd 58.0% of expected goals when Hedman is on the ice five-on-five.

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Predators

The Predators have another winning streak in the works, but unlike the last one, Juuse Saros has done most of the heavy lifting lately. Nashville has been outdone five-on-five in its last few games, but Saros has been exceptional. He is now second in the NHL for above average goals at 17.61.

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Blues

The Blues had one of the most exhilarating victories of the season, scoring two power play goals in the last minute of regulation to defeat the Stars. It may come as a surprise, but it was Jordan Kyrou who scored the game-winning goal at 19:31 of the third period.

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Rangers

Like many other teams, the Rangers are struggling with roster issues due to COVID-19 protocols. Most notably, goaltender Igor Shesterkin hasn’t played since Jan. 2. In relief, Alexandar Georgiev allowed five goals on 35 shots against the Golden Knights.

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Golden knights

Vegas had some bad luck last week. He went 1-2 and even lost a game to the Blackhawks, but the team controlled a high percentage of expected goals five-on-five in every game. If the rebounds had caught on, it could have been a much better weekend for the Golden Knights.

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Savage

Minnesota has struggled to get into any pace lately. The Wild have played three games in the past three weeks, but the good news is they lost 2-0 last week. They’re one of the best teams in the league when it rolls around, but Minnesota hasn’t been on the ice enough to make that happen.

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Bruins

Last week I argued that David Pastrnak was due for a hot streak, but had no idea it was coming so soon. In the Bruins’ four games last week, Pastrnak scored five goals. Unsurprisingly, Boston went 3-1-0 in that streak.

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capitals

If there’s one important question about this Capitals team, it’s whether the goalies can hold on enough to get them deep into the playoffs. Washington is 0-2-2 in January and goaltenders have been poor in that streak. Will the Caps find an answer in the trio of Ilya Samsonov, Vitek Vanacek and Zach Fucale?

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kings

Los Angeles are 6-3-1 in their last 10 games, and the team is just four points behind the Anaheim Ducks with two games in hand. With the downfall of the Flames and Oilers, it opened the door for the Kings, and they took full advantage of that opportunity.

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Ducks

Sonny Milano has been a pleasant surprise for the Ducks this year. Not only has he already reached a career high in points, but the team have had great success with him on the ice. The Ducks control 59.86% of expected goals when Milano is on the ice, which is the highest rating of any player on the squad with more than one game played.

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Stars

Rick Bowness’ pockets will be a little light for a while. The Stars saw a key division game slip away when the Blues scored two power play goals in the last minute of the game to win 2-1, and Bowness responded by mercilessly beating the bench with a hockey stick. This earned him a fine of $ 25,000.

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Jets

The Jets continue to be plagued by inconsistency, and it’s killing the team’s chances in the playoffs. If Winnipeg is serious about making a strong playoff push in a competitive Western Conference, it can’t afford to keep taking one step forward and one step back.

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Flames

The Flames have lost three straight and are 3-6-1 in their last 10. Goalkeeper Jacob Markstrom has faltered a bit during this time. Substitute Dan Vladar has even started the last two games for the squad, but has allowed a total of 10 goals in those games. From his story, Markstrom should be fine, but it’s something to watch out for.

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Canucks

Vancouver hasn’t played a game since New Years Day, which is unfortunate as the team was on a roll before this hiatus. Can the Canucks regain that momentum when they pick up against the Panthers on Tuesday night?

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Islanders

The Islanders are in the same boat as the Canucks, but they will be an incredibly busy team for the next few weeks with some games postponed. The Isles may be the only team that can make the Eastern Conference playoff run interesting, but they have a lot of work to do to make it happen.

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the Sharks

Timo Meier has seven points in his last four games and is well ahead of the pace needed to reach a career high point in terms of points. The 25-year-old has a year left on his current contract, and he will be on the line for a hefty salary if that continues.

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Circulars

Philadelphia has lost five straight games. With the playoffs becoming more of a pipe dream with each passing day, it’s fair to wonder what the team will do before the trade deadline. Claude Giroux is an unrestricted free agent this summer, so the longtime Flyer could be on the move over the next few months.

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Oilers

Don’t look now, but the Oilers are sitting outside the playoff photo. It would have seemed impossible after the team’s hot start, but Edmonton hasn’t won a game since December 18. To make matters worse, COVID-19 has decimated the Oilers roster. If things don’t change soon, the squad will waste another one with Connor McDavid and Leon Draisitl on the roster.

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Blue jackets

Columbus is way behind in the playoff race, and that’s probably because they’re one of the worst defensive teams in the NHL. The Blue Jackets are 28th in the league in expected goals against 60 minutes.

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Senators

The Senators haven’t played a game since being beaten 6-0 by the Maple Leafs, but given the length of the season, fans might not be complaining.

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Blackhawks

Chicago will be in the spotlight for a long time after Cale Makar stripped Kirby Dach to win overtime. The Blackhawks followed that game by losing to the anemic Coyotes. They did, however, end the week with a victory over the Golden Knights. Hockey is sometimes a strange game.

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Kraken

The Kraken went from a decent team with horrible goalkeepers earlier in the year to a horrible team with horrible goalkeepers last month. During that span, Seattle has controlled just 42.30 percent of expected five-on-five goals.

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red wings

Detroit is coming out of the playoff race quickly, but Lucas Raymond still leads all rookies with 30 points. He calmed down a bit late, but Raymond still looks like a player whose fan base should be motivated to move forward.

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Devils

With an injury to Jonathan Bernier, Mackenzie Blackwood has started the Devils’ last six games. During this time, Blackwood really struggled. He has allowed at least three goals in five of those games.

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Coyotes

There are already rumors that defenseman Jacob Chychrun is on the trade block with Arizona asking for a fortune in return. He hasn’t played since December 10 due to injury and COVID-19 protocol, but the Coyotes could sell low on Chychrun. After a big year in 2020-21, Chychrun has just seven points in 26 games, and his underlying numbers are rather disheartening.

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Sabers

It’s really hard to find a bright spot in Buffalo these days, and former No. 1 overall pick Rasmus Dahlin looks lost. His 22 points are second on the team, but the Sabers roll with him on the ice five-on-five. The team have only 43.82% of the goals expected with him on the ice.

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Canadians

The Canadiens only played one game in January, and it was a loss to the Panthers. It’s hard to get out of the basement if you aren’t able to earn points at all.

7-23-4 ]]> Bedrock Care Group Partners with DailyPay to Support the Financial Well-Being of Healthcare Employees https://hanodedphotography.com/bedrock-care-group-partners-with-dailypay-to-support-the-financial-well-being-of-healthcare-employees/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 16:03:00 +0000 https://hanodedphotography.com/bedrock-care-group-partners-with-dailypay-to-support-the-financial-well-being-of-healthcare-employees/

NEW YORK, January 12, 2022 / PRNewswire / – The Bedrock Care Group, a health and nursing facility operator, has partnered with DailyPay to enable healthcare professionals to access their earned income instantly.

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Can Detroit cover in three consecutive games? https://hanodedphotography.com/can-detroit-cover-in-three-consecutive-games/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 19:51:19 +0000 https://hanodedphotography.com/can-detroit-cover-in-three-consecutive-games/

The Chicago Bulls currently lead the Eastern Conference standings and return home to face the rebuilding Detroit Pistons who knocked out the Utah Jazz 126-116 last night in Detroit.

In Chicago’s first straight game with the Brooklyn Nets arriving in town tomorrow, can they take care of business against their old rivals?

Let’s start by looking at the odds via WynnBET sports betting.

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Chicago aren’t a great team for rebounds, but rather rely on their ability to strike from a distance, which they do as well as anyone. They lead the entire NBA in three-point shooting percentage at 38.5%. Lonzo Ball cooked in a supporting role, reaching 41.8% of his three, but it’s DeMar DeRozan who plays at MVP level. DeRozan is averaging 26.4 points, 5 rebounds, 4.7 assists and 0.9 steals per game.

Detroit, on the other hand, has not been good. They are the second worst in the NBA with 101.6 points per game and are 22nd in defense at 110.6. There’s a mismatch written all over it, but Detroit has been playing surprisingly well lately, including wiping out a 22-point deficit to knock out Utah Jazz on Monday night.

Javonte Green will be absent in this game for the Bulls, which is no small feat. He averaged 22.2 minutes per game, has a defensive rating of 109.4 and a +/- of +97. He is a contributor to this team. The Bulls are coming off a loss on the road, and they’re just 6-4 ATS after this year’s losses.

No, I’m not encouraging you to bet Detroit will win this game, but I think there’s a good chance they can cover a wide gap.

Picks: Detroit +13.5