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Torts’ take: Rangers-Devils pregame – New York Daily News [Video]

As you would expect for a Rangers-Devils game with both of the star goaltenders healthy, it will be Henrik Lundqvist opposing Martin Brodeur tonight at the Garden. Here’s what John Tortorella had to say in his pregame meeting with the media‚Ķ

The one line that Tortorella did not mention, you can figure out by process of elimination: Mats Zuccarello-Brian Boyle-Brandon Prust. So it winds up being just what the guess was in the

from earlier this afternoon.

I just noticed that Panthers GM Dale Tallon is on the credential list for tonight’s game. Florida plays the Devils tomorrow night in Newark, but Tallon’s presence would do nothing to dispel the thought that the Rangers might have an eye on Bryan McCabe to cure their power play woes. Could that also be why Tortorella said that Steve Eminger being scratched is not something that will last forever?

Nothing has been reported as imminent with the …

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RBA interest rate pause considered; NSW election 2023 campaign enters final week; Oliver Schulz charged with war crime; AUKUS deal parliamentary committee rejected; Greens urged to back safeguard mechanism; 2023 IPCC report issues stark climate change warning [Video]

Former top energy advisor called for the Greens to back the safeguard mechanism to reduce emissions, UN issues stark warning on how to fix the climate crisis, and former SAS soldier charged with war crimes.

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Two people and dog rescued from makeshift shelter surrounded by water | News [Video]

Firefighters rescued two adults and a dog who were trapped inside a makeshift shelter surrounded by floodwater in Sacramento, California on Tuesday (14 March). Footage shows rescue boats being deployed to rescue the pair and the animal near Tenaya Avenue and Natoma Street. No injuries were reported. The rescue came as the state was hit by extreme weather conditions caused by an atmospheric river. Be mindful of the rising waters and get to higher ground, Sacramento Fire Department said. Click here to sign up for our newsletters.