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Keep up the good work. Climate change is real and it is making hurricanes worse. Tomas Nosek - W - Golden Knights. These are straight picks quick picks. He returned to San Jose this season despite some feelers from other NHL teams and is hoping to crack the lineup. New! Fillable Brackets

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He had only 15 points last season but excelled in the post-season with three goals coming in the Stanley Cup Final. I want him to come in and do the same thing he did last year. Derrick Pouliot - D - Canucks. Pouliot is trying to grab a spot on the Canucks blueline and needs to improve his quickness and skating, something it looks like he has taken care of in the off-season.

If he did something wrong, it was doing it again and again and again. Once it was corrected, it was repeat, repeat, repeat. I looked how he skated in the first period and how he skated at the end. Sometimes, when players are tired, body position and stances change and that affects everything. We first worked on technique, then power and then speed and then putting it together in a conditioning program. Antti Suomela - C - Sharks. The year-old had 21 goals and 60 points to lead the SM-liiga by 14 points in the scoring race.

While he won't be a top-two center in San Jose as Joe Thornton and Logan Couture have those spots sewn up, he could be the Sharks third line center or start the season in the minors and get plenty of ice time.

Vincent Praplan - C - Sharks. Vincent Praplan was impressive in scrimmage Sunday. The Swiss forward was in Sharks camp last season as an unsigned free agent and returned to Switzerland where he had 39 points in 47 games for Kloten and played for the Swiss side in the Olympics. He returned to San Jose this season despite some feelers from other NHL teams and is hoping to crack the lineup.

San Jose Mercury News. Joe Thornton - C - Sharks. That should be the top line in San Jose and it could give Thornton a big boost in points if he is able to remain healthy, an iffy proposition for the year-old.

Thornton had 13 goals and 36 points in 47 games last season before a knee injury and subsequent surgery ended his season in January. He should get points this season if healthy. Whether or not you choose to run a pool for the Men's World Cup or the Women's World Cup, it's a great opportunity to enjoy the tournament with your family, friends, and colleagues.

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