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14 Spinnaker Way, Hope Island.The waterfront estate facilities and residential area are centred around a 2.6ha private marina and boardwalk promenade.There is a residents’ recreational centre that includes a 25m lap pool, gym, barbecue facilities and function room.Body corporate fees are $52 a week.Bev Buckley of Harcourts Broadwater – Labrador is marketing 14 Spinnaker Way, Hope Island at offers over $820,000. 14 Spinnaker Way, Hope Island. 14 Spinnaker Way, Hope Island. 14 Spinnaker Way, Hope Island. 14 Spinnaker Way, Hope Island is on the market at offers over $820,000.THIS house combines contemporary style with a stunning lakeside location.Vendors Lorraine and Ron Mills bought the two-storey property in Hope Island’s Cova estate in April, 2015.“It is a lovely location and so central to everything,” Mrs Mills said.“We have a miniature schnauzer Bentley and we often walk around the marina and meet all of our friends.” 14 Spinnaker Way, Hope Island. 14 Spinnaker Way, Hope Island. 14 Spinnaker Way, Hope Island.There is also a media room, and a guest bedroom that could be used as an office on the ground level.“It’s got a wardrobe and would make a fabulous teenage retreat or home office.”Upstairs features a kingsize master bedroom with walk-in robe and ensuite, two other bedrooms and a bathroom.Other features include a security system, reverse-cycle airconditioning, water tank and porcelain tiles. 14 Spinnaker Way, Hope Island. 14 Spinnaker Way, Hope Island. 14 Spinnaker Way, Hope Island.The retirees had lived beside water before and knew of its benefits.“It’s just such a cool and refreshing house,” Mrs Mills said.“If you’re by the water you’ve always got a lovely cool house.”From the outside the house stands out with its modern clean lines and red feature wall.Inside the open-plan design on the ground level creates a welcoming and comfortable vibe throughout.“You can look out over the parklands and it’s just a lovely view,” Mrs Mills said.This level features the kitchen, dining and living areas that open out to the alfresco area and pool.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach Northless than 1 hour ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa20 hours ago“We have a lot of our meals out there,” Mrs Mills said.“Breakfast is always out there and we usually have dinner out there of an evening.”
An Amsterdam court has ruled that Dutch airline KLM is under no obligation to plug a funding gap at its pension fund for pilots that would allow the scheme to grant full indexation.In summary proceedings brought by union VNV, the court decided that KLM’s expected additional contribution – estimated at €600m by the airline – was large enough for the company to cancel its agreement to meet a funding shortfall.The court also ruled that the agreement, terminated unilaterally by KLM, had not been covered by a binding collective labour agreement (CAO) between the employer and the pilots union.KLM had argued that it would have had to pay €600m by the end of this year as a consequence of the new financial assessment framework (nFTK), which increased the required funding level for full indexation from 105% to 122%. It said it could not afford to pay the additional premium, which the union estimated at €115m.The court said KLM and the union could not have foreseen the financial effects of the nFTK when the pilot-scheme agreement was made in 2007.It also ruled that the four-month notice given by KLM had been sufficiently large, adding that VNV could have seen it coming.The court pointed out that planning for the nFTK had already begun in 2012, from which point the airline requested a new, more sustainable agreement.It did not, however, address the VNV’s argument that the pension fund reimbursed KLM €250m in the past.The union said it was now weighing its legal options.The €8.2bn Pensioenfonds Vliegend Personeel KLM, which also recently announced “legal steps” against the airline, declined to comment on its position.Last week, it said it would focus its case on KLM’s unilateral decision to cancel its contract for pension provision with the pension fund.It previously claimed that KLM lacked an important reason for terminating the contract and that the employer had given too short notice.It also argued that a premium reduction for KLM – agreed two years ago – could not be reconciled with the company’s decision to cancel its agreement.
196 Views no discussions Check here to Subscribe to notifications for new posts Colton TDominica’s youngest rising dancehall/reggae artist has been making a name for himself in Jamaica.Colton “Colton T” Thomas who is well known for his popular tunes “Can’t be Friends and “Everything & More” left stateside over one month ago to further promote his music in Jamaica and different parts of the world.While in Jamaica, the artist who hails from the goodwill community has been featured on various popular television shows including Hype Tv, and R.E TV.Colton T is also planning to re-release a hot new single “It’s Summer” on the streets of Jamaica.His hit single “Can’t be Friends has also been receiving tremendous airplay and support from several television stations not only in Jamaica but other Caribbean islands like Barbados’s Carib Vision.His homeland Dominica has also played its part. The local radio stations have been pushing his music.Colton T has also been representing Dominica in the streets of Kingston, holding studio talks with top Jamaican producers with the aim of re-introducing several of his popular renditions.“We local Artist often Release songs in Dominica however it rarely gets anywhere far,” Colton T says.According to him, while some artists complain about not being included on various shows, they make little or no effort at promoting themselves in the right way.“Proper marketing is essential to the development of any artist and this is what I am trying to achieve. I am just working hard to make myself that marketable product that can one day be known for the gift that i have been blessed with,” he explained.Meantime plans are in the pipeline for several major collaborations with renowned international reggae artists like Warrior King who is well known for hits like “Virtuous Woman”.The singer has also dropped “Karma”-one of his latest songs- on the amoure riddim with Jamaican producer “Shady” who is well known for his work with top artist in the business on the Donesome Records Project.Colton T is expected to back on island next week.Watch Colton T on Hype Tv’s “Up and Live”[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Y2h5CvHfT4&list=UUU9qGSMz0nvQ0qUbXVCntJQ&index=1&feature=plcp[/youtube]For bookings; contact email@example.com or contact 767 617 0585.Press Release Share Tweet EntertainmentLocalNews Dominican artist Colton T on the move in Jamaica by: – June 4, 2012 Share Sharing is caring! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Share
The suspect was taken to the Miag-ao municipal police station. The court recommended an P18,000 bail bond for his temporary liberty./PN The 30-year-old Regie Balbon, a resident of the village, was caught on the strength of an arrest warrant around 9:30 a.m. on Monday, police said. ILOILO City – Charged with serious physical injury, a man was nabbed in Barangay Gines, Miag-ao, Iloilo.
EC JV Volleyball traveled to Greensburg Thursday night to win the match in 3 games 23-25, 25-15, 15-12.EC vs. Greensburg JV VB (10-9)We started off slow in game one but was able to pick up the momentum in the second and third game to win. It was hard to gain momentum against Greensburg because they scrambled to keep the ball in play.‘We have to pick up our intensity in hopes of being successful at the EIAC JV Tournament this Saturday.’ EC Coach Bernice Rosemeyer.Next game Saturday at Rushville for the EIAC JV Tournament at 9:00.Courtesy of Trojans Coach Bernice Rosemeyer.
By Mike HughesHAYS, Kan. (Aug. 29) – Hometown driver Cody Graham won the Golden Plains Trucking IMCA Hobby Stock feature Saturday at RPM Speedway but had to work hard for it.Jace Smith took the early lead when the red flag came out on lap six when Mark Normandin rolled. Normandin was not injured but was done for the night. Smith led the field back to green and continued to lead at the halfway mark of the 20-lap race with Graham, Colton Pfeifer and Shay Simoneau in a heated battle for the runner-up spot.Graham finally got around Smith on lap 14 to take a lead he would not relinquish. Smith held on for second, followed by Pfeifer, Simoneau and Garrett Hager.Ryan Murphy led all 12 laps to pick up his first win at RPM Speedway in the Cutting Edge Collision IMCA Sport Compact feature.Art Herzog chased Murphy most of the race and the field had a chance when the caution waved on lap 11, setting up a green-white-checkered finish, but Murphy held on for the win.Herzog was second, followed by Brooke Russell, Kirk Pfannenstiel and Kiowa Higdon.
FARLEY, Iowa (Sept. 19) – Jeff Aikey and Justin Kay both posted second straight wins Saturday at Farley Speedway’s Yankee Dirt Track Classic.Aikey backed up his IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s victory with a convincing run to the $7,500 checkers ahead of Nick Marolf in the 100-lap Deery Brothers Summer Series main event.Kay finished third and cemented his second consecutive IMCA Late Model tour championship.Scott Fitzpatrick led the first 10 times around the oval before the fourth starting Aikey took charge. Marolf was able to make up ground as Aikey worked his way patiently through lapped traffic, but was never able to catch the leader.“I tried to keep the car as straight as I could and didn’t slide the tires. Some other guys had flats but my tires could have gone another 35 laps, easy,” Aikey said. “I’ve been to a lot of Yankees and I was impressed with the track. It didn’t rubber down and you could race all over it.”“The car was extremely balanced. My crew set it up perfect,” Aikey added, pointing to the efforts of Dwain Homolar, Curt Wollin, Marc Homolar, Chad Kinkaid and Craig Lindsey. “”They worked their tail off so my car was tremendously good. Jiminy Christmas, we were talking about do we keep it or do we sell it. I don’t know.”Aikey pulled away following cautions on laps 52 and 78 and raced to series career win number 66. Marolf, Kay, Richie Gustin and tour rookie of the year Tyler Droste rounded out the top five.“I still get excited about winning,” Aikey said. “I asked Dwain if he’d be with me long enough to get to 100 and he just laughed. We’ll go as long as we can go.”Making his 451st consecutive start and keeping his Deery Brothers perfect attendance streak intact through 29 seasons, Darrel DeFrance won the last-chance qualifying feature as well as the $250 Sunoco Race Fuels feature qualifier drawing.While the Friday program was rained out, Saturday’s Yankee show brought 59 Late Models to Farley, the top entry number for the series this season.Troy Cordes won the Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified Hawkeye Dirt Tour feature and $2,000. Kyle Brown clinched the series title with his second place finish.Other winners were Damon Murty in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, Tyler Soppe in the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods and Justin Wacha in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks.Deery Series feature results – 1. Jeff Aikey, Cedar Falls; 2. Nick Marolf, Moscow; 3. Justin Kay, Wheatland; 4. Richie Gustin, Gilman; 5. Tyler Droste, Waterloo; 6. Jason Rauen, Farley; 7. Scott Fitzpatrick, Wheatland; 8. Tyler Bruening, Decorah; 9. Andy Eckrich, Oxford; 10. Ray Guss Jr., Milan, Ill.; 11. Chris Horn, Cedar Rapids; 12. Joel Callahan, Dubuque; 13. Ryan Dolan, Lisbon; 14. Andy Nezworski, Buffalo; 15. Charlie McKenna, Clear Lake; 16. Travis Denning, Sterling, Ill.; 17. Matt Ryan, Davenport; 18. Chad Holladay, Muscatine; 19. Joe Zrostlik, Long Grove; 20. Ben Seemann, Waterloo; 21. John Emerson, Waterloo; 22. Darrel DeFrance, Marshalltown; 23. Denny Eckrich, Tiffin; 24. Travis Smock, Bondurant; 25. Kyle Hinrichs, Swisher.1st heat (top two qualify) – 1. Droste; 2. Gustin; 3. Smock; 4. McKenna; 5. Callahan; 6. Dolan; 7. Holladay; 8. Marty Scheckel, Long Grove; 9. Ryan Hill, Dubuque; 10. Dave Stichter, Shannon, Ill.2nd heat – 1. Ryan; 2. Seemann; 3. Darin Mish, Dickeyville, Wis.; 4. Brunson Behning, Davenport; 5. DeFrance; 6. Curt Martin, Independence; 7. Rick Wendling, Hazleton; 8. Zrostlik; 9. Carey Umbarger, Garner; 10. LeRoy Brenner, Aledo, Ill.3rd heat – 1. Kay; 2. Horn; 3. Guss; 4. Jeff Tharp, Sherrill; 5. Mark Hurst, Denver; 6. Sam Halstead, New London; 7. Jon Merfeld, Dubuque; 8. Jason Hahne, Webster City; 9. Jeremiah Hurst, Dubuque; 10. Jay Johnson, West Burlington.4th heat – 1. Rauen; 2. Marolf; 3. Denny Eckrich; 4. Doug Yates, Monticello; 5. Bruening; 6. Luke Goedert, Holy Cross; 7. Larry Harris, Muscoda, Wis.; 8. Jay Chenoweth, Wapello; 9. Dan Shelliam, Hazel Green, Wis.; 10. Becky Roth, Kieler, Wis.5th heat – 1. Nezworski; 2. Fitzpatrick; 3. Emerson; 4. Denning; 5. Greg Kastli, Waterloo; 6. Todd Malmstrom, Silvis, Ill.; 7. Mel Abels, Freeport, Ill.; 8. Scotty Welsh, Cedar Rapids; 9. Jon Poll, Delmar; 10. Ross Pierce, Sherrill.6th heat – 1. Aikey; 2. Andy Eckrich; 3. Jerry King, Waterloo; 4. Hinrichs; 5. Lyle Klein, Sherrill; 6. Gary Webb, Blue Grass; 7. Eric Pollard, Peosta; 8. Gabe Umbarger, Garner; 9. Wayne Hora, Anamosa.1st “B” feature (top three) – 1. Smock; 2. Callahan; 3. McKenna; 4. DeFrance; 5. Holladay; 6. Dolan; 7. Zrostlik; 8. Behning; 9. Martin; 10. Scheckel; 11. Carey Umbarger; 12. Mish; 13. Wendling; 14. Hill; 15. Stichter; 16. Brenner.2nd “B” feature – 1. Guss; 2. Denny Eckrich; 3. Bruening; 4. Tharp; 5. Merfeld; 6. Goedert; 7. Yates; 8. Hahne; 9. Mark Hurst; 10. Shelliam; 11. Chenoweth; 12. Roth; 13. Jeremiah Hurst; 14. Halstead; 15. Harris; 16. Johnson.3rd “B” feature – 1. Denning; 2. Emerson; 3. Hinrichs; 4. King; 5. Kastli; 6. Malmstrom; 7. Klein; 8. Webb; 9. Pollard; 10. Gabe Umbarger; 11. Hora; 12. Welsh; 13. Abels; 14. Poll; 15. Pierce.Last chance qualifier – DeFrance. Provisionals – Dolan and Zrostlik. Hard charger – Holladay.Deery Series top 20 point standings – 1. Justin Kay, Wheatland, 811; 2. Jeff Aikey, Cedar Falls, 755; 3. Andy Nezworski, Buffalo, 743; 4. Scott Fitzpatrick, Wheatland, 707; 5. Joe Zrostlik, Long Grove, 667; 6. Tyler Droste, Waterloo, 663; 7. Ryan Dolan, Lisbon, 636; 8. Todd Malmstrom, Silvis, Ill., 578; 9. John Emerson, Waterloo, 534; 10. Darrel DeFrance, Marshalltown, 506; 11. Tyler Bruening, Decorah, 500; 12. Charlie McKenna, Clear Lake, 463; 13. Joel Callahan, Dubuque, 445; 14. Ray Guss Jr., Milan, Ill., 438; 15. Andy Eckrich, Oxford, 428; 16. Jeremy Grady, Story City, 423; 17. Richie Gustin, Gilman, 369; 18. Jason Rauen, Farley, 357; 19. Kyle Hinrichs, Swisher, 303; 20. Brian Harris, Davenport, 286.
… Charlestown, Christ Church, Mae’s, and Soesdyke in winners’ rowRAJENDRA Singh’s brutal century for President’s College laid the foundation for a massive win over Lusignan Secondary in an East Coast Demerara fixture of the 2016 edition of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) National Secondary Schools Cricket League (NSSCL) on Friday..At Enterprise Cricket ground: Rajendra Singh’s blistering unbeaten 158 was the architect of President’s College mammoth score of 294-1 off just 25 overs.Singh pummelled the Lusignan bowlers, smashing 14 fours and seven sixes as he and David Wilson, who helped himself to 79 including six fours and one six, shared a partnership of 224.Lusignan, in reply, could barely manage 82 before being bowled out in 16.3 overs. Dequan France made 34 out of that total. Keeron Samaroo and Krishna Surujpaul had three wickets each for President’s College.In Georgetown Zone: Charlestown registered an impressive 10-wicket victory over Dolphin Secondary at GNIC ground. Batting first, Dolphin Secondary limped to 86-9 off 25 overs. Shemar Yearwood and Jonathan Barton were the only batsmen to reach double figures making 17 and 11 respectively. Bowling for Charlestown, Tathesh Shivrattan took 2-8 and Jamal Michael had 2-14.In reply, the Charlestown batsmen made light work of their target racing to 86 without loss in just 6.2 overs. Jamal Michael rounded off a good all-round performance scoring 41 not out while Negus Walters supported well with 16.At DCC ground: Christ Church Secondary posted a challenging 186-4 in 30 overs which was enough to give them an easy 91-run victory over St Mary’s High. Alphius Bookie led the way for Christ Church with 48 while Aaron Beharry made 43 not out and Trevane Wilkinson contributed 20. Bowling for St Mary’s, Akeem Christmas, Andrew Andries and Alex Rogers took one wicket apiece.St Mary’s High were then dismissed for 95 in 18.2 overs as Renaldo Mohamed ran through the batting order snatching 6-27. Aaron Beharry also was among the wickets with 2-11.At GCC ground: Mae’s Secondary overpowered Queenstown Secondary by 69 runs. Batting first, Mae’s Secondary, participating for the first time in the competition, finished on 136/7 off 23 overs. Jonathan Fuilay made 26. Bowling for Queenstown Secondary, Akel Fraser and David McGarrell had 2-17 each while Sanjay Ragabeer took 2-26.Queenstown Secondary then folded for 67 as Ushardeva Balgobin had superb time with the ball, bagging 5-10. Koseem Amos took 2-12 to complement the bowling.Meanwhile, in an East Bank Demerara fixture played at the Everest ground, Soesdyke Secondary squeezed past Houston by one wicket in a tense match. Batting first, Houston Secondary got to 102-6 in 14.3 overs with Jeremiah Scott top-scoring with 41. Bowling for Soesdyke, John Blair had 2-17.Soesdyke then held their nerves towards the end of the chase to finish on 106-9 in 14.3 overs as Ithmar Barker made 21. Ram Mangar took 3-12, Damion Inniss 2-20 and Jeremiah Scott claimed 2-27 bowling for a spirited, but in the end dejected Houston team.The NSSCL continues tomorrow with three matches scheduled for GCC, DCC and GNIC. South Ruimveldt take on Lodge High School at GCC, Ascension play Carmel High at DCC while School of the Nation battle Richard Ishmael at GNIC ground.
Update on the latest sports Woods joining Sun DevilsTEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Portland State basketball transfer Holland “Boo Boo” Woods is headed home, announcing on Twitter that he’s going to play for Arizona State.The 6-foot-1 guard averaged 17.7 points 5.2 assists and 2.5 as a junior last season. He earned first-team all-Big Sky honors and finished second in the conference in assists.Woods played at Glendale Apollo High School before spending the past three seasons at Portland State.He will have to sit out a season under NCAA transfer rules unless he is granted a waiver. His wife, Nancy, says Millsaps died Friday night at his home after a period of declining health.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 April 12, 2020 COLLEGE FOOTBALL-OKLAHOMA STATE-GUNDYGundy apologizes for COVID-19 commentsSTILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy has apologized for his comments about the COVID-19 pandemic.Gundy said during a teleconference call Tuesday that he hoped to have the team return to its facilities May 1. His proposed timetable would have defied federal social-distancing guidelines and was quickly disputed by the university.Athletic director Mike Holder also declined to back Gundy’s timeline, saying in a statement: “May 1 seems a little ambitious.” Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNHL-OILERS-CAVE DIESOilers’ Colby Cave dies at 25TORONTO (AP) — Edmonton Oilers forward Colby Cave has died less than a week after being diagnosed with a brain bleed. He was 25. FIFA INVESTIGATION-BLATTERSwiss prosecutors intend to drop 1 FIFA case against BlatterGENEVA (AP) — Former FIFA (FEE’-fuh) president Sepp Blatter has won a legal victory in his nearly five-year fight against Swiss allegations of criminal mismanagement.The Swiss attorney general’s office has confirmed reports they intend to close an investigation into how Blatter and soccer governing body FIFA awarded World Cup broadcast rights in the Caribbean in 2005.The decision is the latest example in recent weeks of the Swiss FIFA cases stalling. However, the separate and cooperating American investigation sparked back into life with new indictments and fresh allegations of World Cup bid bribery. Simon Pagenaud wins IndyCar’s 1st virtual race on an ovalUNDATED (AP) — Simon Pagenaud (PA’-zheh-noh) has won IndyCar’s first virtual race on an oval, conquering a simulated Michigan International Speedway.Sage Karam dominated the race, but a spectacular crash at the start jumbled strategies and Karam pitted from the lead with 14 laps remaining. It allowed Pagenaud and Team Penske teammate Scott McLaughlin to cycle into a 1-2 finish.Dale Earnhardt Jr. was third in his IndyCar iRacing debut. He said he’d race again the next time IndyCar goes to a virtual oval. COLLEGE BASKETBALL-WOODS-ARIZONA STATE Perunovich claims Hobey Baker AwardUNDATED (AP) — Minnesota Duluth defenseman Scott Perunovich has won the Hobey Baker Memorial Award as college hockey’s top player, edging North Dakota forward Jordan Kawaguchi and Maine goalie Jeremy Swayman.The junior from Hibbing, Minnesota, became the first defenseman to lead the National Collegiate Hockey Association in scoring, finishing with 40 points on six goals and 34 assists in 34 games.Perunovich recently signed with the St. Louis Blues, who selected him in the second round of the 2018 NHL draft.INDYCAR-VIRTUAL RACING Gundy said Saturday it was never his intention to offend anyone, adding that his first priority is and will always be the student-athletes and doing what is best for the program and the university.VIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTSWTA’s Rogers Cup scrubbed from scheduleUNDATED (AP) — The Rogers Cup women’s tennis tournament will not be played this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.Tennis Canada announced Saturday that the event, scheduled for Aug. 7-16 in Montreal, is off the schedule. It says the tournament will return to Montreal in August 2021. The criminal proceeding against Blatter was opened 4 ½ years ago and helped remove him from the presidential office he held for more than 17 years.OBIT-WILLIAM MILLSAPSAward-winning sportswriter William Millsaps dies at age 77RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Award-winning sportswriter William H. “Bill” Millsaps Jr. has died at 77.Millsaps played basketball at the University of Tennessee and started his journalism career as a copy boy at the Chattanooga Times before joining the Richmond Times-Dispatch as a sportswriter in 1966. He spent nearly 40 years with the Times-Dispatch, becoming managing editor in 1992 and being elevated to vice president and executive editor two years later. He retired as a full-time writer in 2005 and was the 2011 recipient of the Red Smith Award, presented by The Associated Press Sports Editors for contributions to sports journalism. WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL-MISSISSIPPI STATE-MCCRAY-PENSONMississippi State hires Nikki McCray-Penson as women’s coachSTARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi State has hired Women’s Basketball Hall of Famer Nikki McCray-Penson to replace Vic Schafer as the Bulldogs’ head coach.McCray-Penson was 53-40 the past three years at Old Dominion. The Lady Monarchs posted consecutive 20-win campaigns under McCray, including a 24-6 mark this season. She was named the Conference USA coach of the year this year after going 14-4 versus league opponents.Schaefer left MSU for Texas after going 221-62. The ninth-ranked Bulldogs finished 27-6 this past season, which ended abruptly because of the coronavirus pandemic. The women’s and men’s Rogers Cup traditionally rotate between Toronto and Montreal. As of Saturday, the men’s event in Toronto in August was still on the schedule.In other news related to the coronavirus pandemic:— The Arizona Coyotes will furlough half of the organization’s employees with the NHL season on hold due to the coronavirus outbreak. The furloughs began Friday and will last through June 30. The Coyotes say all furloughed employees will continue to receive 100% of health benefits.— The Orlando Magic’s home arena will become a distribution center for medical equipment and supplies as part of the ongoing response to the coronavirus pandemic. The Amway Center will be a hub for equipment and supplies that will go to 50 hospitals in Central Florida as well as facilities in seven other states.— The American Hockey League’s Syracuse Crunch has loaned two sanitation machines to a local hospital to see if they could help clean personal protective equipment worn by hospital staff. The Crunch uses one of the machines in its locker room and the other to clean equipment but doesn’t need them right now with sports on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic. Turns out they’re a good fit at Upstate University Hospital. Cave was placed in a medically induced coma Tuesday at a Toronto hospital, where he was taken after being admitted to a medical facility in Barrie, Ontario, the previous day. Cave underwent emergency surgery Tuesday to remove a colloid cyst that was causing pressure on his brain.The NHL club confirmed Cave’s death with a statement from his family.Cave was acquired by the Oilers from the Bruins in January 2019. He played 44 games for Edmonton and scored once in 11 contests for the Oilers this season, spending most of his time with the team’s AHL affiliate at Bakersfield.NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said of Cave: “Undrafted but undaunted, Colby was relentless in the pursuit of his hockey dream.”COLLEGE HOCKEY-HOBEY BAKER AWARD