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first_imgIn speaking at Harvard about “dOCUMENTA (13),” Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, the exhibit’s artistic director and the Edith Kreeger Wolf Distinguished Visiting Professor at Northwestern University, found great meaning in a piece of art “the size of an iPod.”The 2012 show was based in Germany with installations in Egypt, Afghanistan, and Canada that attracted scores of visitors. One installation featured several small Bactrian princess statues originating from the northern part of what is now Afghanistan and dating to 2000 B.C. Curators know of only 80 such statues in the world.Each princess is unique. The composite figurines are made up of separately carved stones. The individual sections, which together give each princess form, are not bound by glue or secured by any other mechanism. Balance is the crucial factor.History and equilibrium were also fundamental to the theme of the larger exhibit, Christov-Bakargiev said. Those concerns helped address the question of connectivity and separation, how to “make something that has a togetherness, and at the same time is a centrifugal structure outward.”Christov-Bakargiev spoke at Harvard on Wednesday as the inaugural lecturer of a new program by the Harvard Museums of Science and Culture and the Harvard Art Museums. The joint effort will focus on innovative curatorial practice, offering seminars and a public lecture annually.“One of the most important ideas behind the formation of the new partnership of the Harvard Museums of Science & Culture was to develop programming for both Harvard and public audiences that bridges the historic and contemporary intellectual domains of the separate museums and fosters dialogue among them,” said Jane Pickering, executive director of the Harvard Museums of Science and Culture.  “This new initiative is a wonderful beginning to such an effort and inviting a world-renowned curator like Carolyn, who thinks creatively across the disciplines, provides a fantastic opportunity for us to explore new avenues to achieve this goal.”“The Harvard Art Museums, as part of their teaching and research mission, seek to inspire thoughtful discourse and debate around the importance of art in society,” said Thomas W. Lentz, the Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director of the Harvard Art Museums. “All Harvard’s museums aim to emphasize the role that original works of art, specimens, and artifacts play in an advanced education.”He continued: “We expect that these annual seminars will inspire students and young scholars from diverse fields of knowledge and will encourage new collaboration among all Harvard museums.”“Together the Harvard Museums hold millions of objects that represent the natural and cultural world, from anthropology to zoology,” said Peter L. Galison, Joseph Pellegrino University Professor and Director of the Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments. “We want to use these collections to provoke the way we think about curating objects, to link collections to teaching and research at the university, and to bring to the broader public new ideas about how museums could bridge the sciences and the arts.”In addition to Christov-Bakargiev’s lecture, seminars were hosted across Harvard museums — Adolphus Busch Hall at the Harvard Art Museums, the Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments, and the Harvard Museum of Natural History — through Thursday. The seminars allowed students from the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, the Graduate School of Education, and the Graduate School of Design to join invited faculty and members of the community in conversations about questions raised by Christov-Bakargiev as well as issues connected to curating objects across disciplinary divides.last_img read more

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Sponsored Content. Brought To You By NY Auto GiantSag Harbor represents everything that is good about Long Island. The East Hampton/Southampton village is a seaside bastion of elegant shops and sumptuous restaurants culminating in the breathtaking sight of the harbor itself—a portrait of grand sailboats and stately yachts dotting the seascape. The scene is laid-back chic.There’s a lot of history in Sag Harbor, too. The village was once an international whaling port and even holds the title of being the first official port of the United States. There were skirmishes here during the American Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. Sag Harbor was also mentioned in Herman Melville’s classic Moby-Dick.The car to get you there, then, must be elegant. It demands something stylish, something sexy. You’ll want to pull up in a Lexus. The RX 350 is a luxury crossover SUV whose style and strength are a perfect match for the Sag Harbor landscape.NY Auto Giant’s sleek and sexy Lexus RX 350 luxury crossover SUV has all the bells and whistles to transport you to historic Sag Harbor in style. Pick one up at Lexus of Massapequa or Lexus of Rockville Centre today!Whether you are there to visit the illustrious Bay Street Theater, called “one of the country’s pre-eminent regional theatres” by CBS Sunday, or to visit such upscale eateries as The Muse in the Harbor, park your Lexus and stretch your legs. There are plenty of sights to see.On September 13, the Bay Street Theater plays host to Harborfest All Star Comedy: hosted by comedian Joseph Vecsey of The Call Back podcast and featuring Marina Franklin, Akaash Singh, Giulio Gallarotti, with music by Nicky K. At the end of the month, join the Sag Harbor Music Festival after-party with Mamalee Rose and Friends on Saturday, September 27 at 8 p.m.The Sag Harbor American Music Festival runs September 26 and 27. The festival kicks-off with a main stage concert and fundraiser at the Old Whalers’ Church, followed by a day of FREE music with dozens of musical acts. Local galleries, restaurants and businesses serve as the free, intimate venues, along with outdoor locations, offering a wide variety of performances during the festival weekend.Click here to learn more about NY Auto GiantWhile you’re there, stop by Muse in the Harbor for a delectable meal. Try “Not Yo Mama’s Meatballs”—four different mouthwatering spheres of fresh beef and chicken with different sauces to slather those gobblers up with. Delish. Every fish dish is a hands-down knockout—from the tuna to the seasonal entrees just caught off the dock. And don’t hold back—their bartender certainly doesn’t. With inventive cocktails that makes the drinks there true mixologist concoctions, you can’t drive to Sag Harbor and miss the Muse.Roomy and elegant, the Lexus RX 350 is your dream-come true, and NY Auto Giant can get you there!So jump into your refined automobile and cruise on down to a Main Street you’ll never forget. To get into your sweet Lexus ride, call Leonard Cafarelli at Lexus of Massapequa or Keith Drago at Lexus of Rockville Centre. They will take care of all of your Lexus needs.See you at the Harbor!last_img read more

first_img April 6, 2020 — Putting all 30 teams in the Phoenix area and playing in empty ballparks was among the ideas discussed Monday by Major League Baseball and the players’ association. The sides held a telephone call to talk about paths forward for a season delayed by the new coronavirus pandemic, people familiar with the discussion told The Associated Press.— Golf’s oldest championship won’t be played this year for 1st time since 1945.The R&A announced it is canceling the British Open in July because of the spread of COVID-19. It is pushing the British Open back one year and staying at Royal St. George’s. That assures the 150th Open will be at St. Andrews in 2022.— The NFL is delaying the start of its offseason workout program while formulating a plan with the NFL Players Association on how to proceed during the coronavirus pandemic. At least for the time being, NFL coaches won’t be allowed to communicate with players via videoconferencing.— IndyCar has adjusted its schedule again because of the coronavirus pandemic. The doubleheader at Detroit scheduled for the end of May has now been canceled. IndyCar will make up the two dates by hosting doubleheaders at both Iowa Speedway and Laguna Seca in California.— A doctor at French soccer club Reims (ranss) has killed himself after getting infected with the coronavirus. The city’s mayor tells Le Parisien newspaper Bernard Gonzalez “is a collateral victim of COVID-19 because he had tested positive and was in isolation for 14 days. — Chicago’s eight pro teams and mayor Lori Lightfoot are teaming up to encourage residents to stay home to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The Bears, Blackhawks, Bulls, Cubs and White Sox as well as the WNBA’s Sky, MLS’ Fire and National Women’s Soccer League’s Red Stars are joining with the mayor in the “We Are Not Playing” campaign.NFL ALL-DECADE TEAM8 unanimous picks for All-Decade Team include Brady, WattUNDATED (AP) — Tom Brady, J.J. Watt and Adrian Peterson are among eight unanimous selections to the 2010s NFL All-Decade Team announced by the NFL and the Pro Football Hall of Fame.Also chosen on every ballot of the 48-member Hall of Fame selection committee are Von Miller, Aaron Donald, Joe Thomas, Marshal Yanda and Justin Tucker. All but tackle Thomas and guard Yanda are active. COLLEGE BASKETBALLKentucky’s Maxey becomes second Wildcat to enter NBA draftLEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky guard Tyrese Maxey will enter the NBA draft, becoming the second Wildcats starter in as many days to turn pro and forego his remaining collegiate eligibility.Maxey scored 26 points against then-No. 1 Michigan State in his collegiate debut and finished the season tied for second in scoring on the team at 14 points per game. The 6-foot-3 freshman shot nearly 43% with 33 3-pointers and also averaged 4.3 rebounds and 3.2 assists while starting 28 of 31 games for the Southeastern Conference champions. SEC coaches voted him to the all-freshman team and all-SEC second team.In other college basketball news: Update on the latest in sports: Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditVIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTSNBA bans draft workoutsUNDATED (AP) — The NBA has told teams that they may not conduct or attend any workouts with draft-eligible players during the league’s coronavirus hiatus, a major change from typical procedures. Bourne had 30 catches for 358 yards and five TD last season for San Francisco.In other NFL moves:—The Jacksonville Jaguars have re-signed defensive tackle Carl Davis. Davis is suspended without pay for the first four games of the regular season for violating the league’s policy on performance-enhancing substances. The 6-foot-5, 320-pound Davis played in three games in 2019 — two for Jacksonville and one for Indianapolis.— The Atlanta Falcons have announced their one-year agreement with running back Todd Gurley. The framework of the $6 million deal was completed on March 20, less than 24 hours after Gurley was released by the Los Angeles Rams.  MLB-AL KALINE Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — A pair of former sports marketing executives of 21st Century Fox have been indicted on charges they paid bribes to soccer officials to obtain confidential bidding information during FIFA’s sale of U.S. television rights to the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.Charges were unsealed Monday in U.S. District Court in Brooklyn against former 21st Century Fox Inc. executives Hernan Lopez and Carlos Martinez. They are accused of making payments to officials of the CONMEBOL, South American soccer’s governing body.ESPN had U.S. English-language television rights to the World Cup from 1994-2014, but Fox in 2011 gained the rights for 2018 and 2022 tournaments. After the 2022 tournament in Qatar was shifted from summer to late autumn, a time when it is likely to get less attention in the U.S., FIFA awarded Fox rights for 2026 without competitive bidding.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 Teams also are being prohibited “from watching, requesting, or sharing any video (live or recorded) of a draft-eligible player or prospective early entry player taking part in a workout” during the league’s shutdown.Teams will be allowed to conduct interviews by phone or video, though they will be capped at a total of four hours with any draft prospect. They can also send questionnaires to players in advance of any interviews.Meanwhile, Commissioner Adam Silver does not expect any decisions to be made until at least May about the possible resumption of the 2019-20 season, saying the coronavirus pandemic simply makes it too difficult to project what will happen next.In other sports outbreaks news:— The NFL draft will be conducted in a virtual format, with team personnel working from their homes. The draft originally was scheduled to be held in Las Vegas, but the NFL canceled all public events last month as a safeguard against the coronavirus. In a memo sent to the 32 teams and obtained by The Associated Press, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell outlined procedures for the April 23-25 draft. The guidelines include no group gatherings. NHL PLAYOFF POSSIBILITIESNHL playoff scenarios run the gamut of where, when and howUNDATED (AP) — Neutral site NHL playoff games? Awarding the Stanley Cup in September? Nothing is off the table as the league considers options to complete the season.Play is on hold for now because of the coronavirus pandemic.Players have different opinions on what a playoff format might look like. Ideas range from completing all or part of the regular season to expanding the number of teams competing from 16. — Louisville forward Jordan Nwora has announced on social media that he will enter the NBA draft. The 6-foot-7 Nwora was selected to The Associated Press All-America third team as a junior and his decision to turn pro was expected after limited participation in last year’s NBA combine because of a knee injury.— Florida guard Scottie Lewis is returning for his sophomore season. In an announcement on social media, Lewis says “playing in the NBA is still a top priority” but his “heart is in Gainesville.”— Purdue coach Matt Painter says center Matt Haarms intends to play his final college season at another school after entering the transfer portal. The 7-foot-3 Haarms averaged 8.6 points, 4.6 rebounds and 2 blocks per game last season with the Boilermakers. But Haarms lost his starting job last season after suffering a hip injury in December.FIFA INVESTIGATION-FORMER FOX EXECUTIVES CHARGEDFormer Fox executives charged with bribes in World Cup bid Beloved Detroit Tigers star Al Kaline dies at 85DETROIT (AP) — Al Kaline, who spent his entire 22-season Hall of Fame career with the Detroit Tigers and was known affectionately as “Mr. Tiger,” has died. He was 85.John Morad, a friend of Kaline’s, confirmed to The Associated Press that he died Monday at his home in Michigan. Morad, who spoke first to the Detroit Free Press, said he’d been in contact with Kaline’s son.Kaline was the youngest player to win the American League batting title in 1955 at age 20 with a .340 batting average. The right fielder was a 15-time All-Star, won 10 Gold Gloves and was elected into the Hall of Fame in 1980 in his first year of eligibility.The beloved No. 6 later sat behind a microphone as a Tigers broadcaster from 1976 to 2001 and was also a special assistant to the general manager. The 55-member team is comprised only of players who made an AP All-Pro team, a Pro Bowl or a Pro Football Writers of America all-conference squad from 2010-19. Four of the unanimous players — Brady, Miller, Yanda and Tucker — won Super Bowls during the decade.NFL-49ers-BOURNEReceiver Kendrick Bourne signs tender with 49ersSANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Kendrick Bourne signed his one-year restricted free agent tender Monday.The 49ers placed a second-round tender worth $3.259 million last month on Bourne. That gave the Niners the right to match any contract offer Bourne received or get a second-round pick in return. —The nonprofit group that raises funds for the bulk of the world’s anti-doping research is shifting $120,000 to conduct 15,000 COVID-19 tests. The goal is to help scientists get a better sense of how many people have the new coronavirus but show no symptoms. The Partnership for Clean Competition was founded in 2008 by the NFL, Major League Baseball, the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency and the U.S. Olympic Committee.— Two people familiar with the league’s plans say the NFL is planning a telethon during the draft to aid coronavirus relief efforts. The people tell The Associated Press that the league hopes its massive reach will raise awareness and funds in battling the pandemic. The draft is the NFL’s biggest offseason event. It’s being held from April 23-25. It had been scheduled for Las Vegas but now will be done remotely.— Boston Celtics forward Jayson Tatum and Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal are each pledging $250,000 to help provide meals for those affected by the coronavirus pandemic in Boston and St. Louis. The pledges will benefit Feeding America, the St. Louis Food Bank and Greater Boston Food Bank. Both Tatum and Beal are natives of St. Louis.— The Indianapolis Colts and Indiana Pacers have issued a challenge to area residents to raise $200,000 for the city’s 12 community centers by noon Thursday. If that happens, the two professional teams say they will kick in an extra $420,000.— Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane has launched a fundraising campaign to support local charitable groups addressing critical needs stemming from the coronavirus pandemic. Beane is donating $20,000 to the community’s United Way chapter and providing incentives for Bills fans to get involved.last_img read more

first_imgGermany put up a fight in its first world juniors game at the top level since they were relegated to Division 1A 2015. Four years later, the Germans entered the game armed with high-end NHL prospects Moritz Seider (Detroit Red Wings) and Dominik Bokk (St. Louis Blues).Bokk, in particular, made life difficult for the Americans through the first two periods by registering a point on all three of Germany’s goals. His team led the Americans 3-2 as late as midway through the second period by taking advantage of a shaky USA penalty kill — both of 2020 draft prospect J.J. Peterka ‘s goals in the first and second periods came with a man-advantage.Germany’s good fortunes could not last forever, though. Third-period goals from Bobby Brink (Philadelphia Flyers) and Oliver Wahlstrom (New York Islanders) put the game out of reach, and the Americans finally found an effective penalty kill when two players landed in the box with just minutes left to play.After two days of games, the Americans get a rest on Saturday before meeting another major power in Russia on Dec. 29 at 1 p.m. ET. Germany, meanwhile, gets right back at it against host country Czech Republic on Saturday at 9 a.m. ET.Sporting News has all the results and highlights from the United States win on Friday below.Germany vs. USA scores, highlights from 2020 World Juniors(All times are Eastern)Final score — USA 6, Germany 33:29 p.m. — It’s all over. Germany put together a well-played game, but similar to how Canada overwhelmed the Americans on Thursday, the USA takes its first victory of the tournament.Germany’s star forwards impressed in this one. Dominik Bokk (one goal, two assists) and J.J. Peterka (two goals) will keep proving difficult to stop for the rest of the world juniors. Peterka was named Germany’s player of the game, while Trevor Zegras (four assists) took home the honor for the United States.3:22 p.m. — After a few shot attemps, the Germans get another break — a five-on-three power play after Mattias Samuelsson is called for a high stick. Germany takes a timeout to discuss tactics.The Americans make some efficient shot blocks and succesfully kill off both penalties by clogging up passing lanes.3:17 p.m. — Wahlstrom gets a two-minute penalty for roughing after getting tied up with Seider. It’s a big opportunity for Germany to mount a late-game comeback, and they go right to work on the man-advantage.3:13 p.m. — GOAL. OLIVER WAHLSTROM!The Americans break the game open when Wahlstrom, the New York Islanders 2018 first-round pick, completely undresses Germany’s Ancicka to give the USA a three-goal cushion. It’s been a back-and-forth game, but the Americans’ first win of the tournament is in their sights now with under 10 minutes to play in the game.🚨 Oliver Wahlstrom6-3 USA pic.twitter.com/YHzNcyC3B8— Here’s Your Replay ⬇️ (@HeresYourReplay) December 27, 20193:07 p.m. — PP GOAL. Curtis Hall draws a penalty to send the Americans to the power play when German d-man Niklas Heinzinger hooks him behind the net. Philadelphia Flyers prospect Bobby Brink quickly takes advantage of that power play by helping to move the puck around the USA attacking zone and finishing off with a goal to advance the Americans’ lead to two goals.🚨 Bobby Brink PP5-3 USA pic.twitter.com/i5XjGLdHmv— Here’s Your Replay ⬇️ (@HeresYourReplay) December 27, 20192:55 p.m. — The puck has dropped on the third period — Alex Turcotte nearly broke into the offensive zone with speed, but he’s called offside.End of second period — USA 4, Germany 32:34 p.m. — GOAL. Curtis Hall takes the lead for the Americans! The USA escapes the second frame with a 4-3 lead. Trevor Zegras’ assist on the goal gave him an apple on every USA tally in this game.#WorldJuniors : Trevor Zegras is a Greek kid from New York. That must explain everything. What a player.USA up 4-3 after 40 with Yale’s Curtis Hall (BOS) on the finish. pic.twitter.com/ubYLTZjr2H— Steve Kournianos (@TheDraftAnalyst) December 27, 20192:24 p.m. — GOAL.  The Americans fail to capitalize on a power play after Seider takes a roughing penalty, but they do tie the game up just a minute later. Shane Pinto capitalizes by following the puck to the net, catching a rebound and ties it all up at 3-3.Pinto, a second-round Ottawa Senators draft pick in 2019, has three goals in two games this tournament.Shane Pinto has his second point of the night and third goal in two games. Tied at three apiece. #WJC2020 pic.twitter.com/a5vQ8PdMO9— Steven Ellis (@StevenEllisTHN) December 27, 20192:15 p.m. — GOAL. Germany takes the lead! After some back-and-forth play, the Germans catch the USA defense too far up ice and take advantage. On a two-on-one rush, Blues prospect Dominik Bokk finishes off a great pass from Justin Schutz.Germany has its first 5-on-5 goal of the tournament, and it was pretty. Dominik Bokk makes it 3-2. #WJC2020 pic.twitter.com/0oNgZId5cy— Steven Ellis (@StevenEllisTHN) December 27, 20192:05 p.m. — GOAL. Germany takes advantage of another power play when Trevor Zegras goes off for high-sticking. Peterka scored his second power-play goal of the night after collecting an intentionally-wide shot off the endboards.John-Jason Peterka has his second PP goal of the tournament. That’s five PP goals against USA now in five periods. Germany ties the game at two. #WJC2020 pic.twitter.com/38p2d0rj2r— Steven Ellis (@StevenEllisTHN) December 27, 20192:02 p.m. — Team USA can’t capitalize on the rest of their power play to start the second period. American forward Nick Robertson left the ice in discomfort after taking a crosscheck to the back during the power play. He would stay in the game.End of first period: USA 2, Germany 11:44 pm. — Justin Schutz takes a slashing penalty with under one minute remaining in the first period. Team USA will have one minute and 21 seconds of power-play time remaining when the second period starts.1:40 p.m. — GOAL. USA scores! Zac Jones (New York Rangers) takes the lead for the Americans off impressive feeds from Trevor Zegras and Shane Pinto.Trevor Zegras sets up Zac Jones, who blasts the shot in off the one-timer. USA leads 2-1. #WJC2020 pic.twitter.com/yYF8Y2xyrr— Steven Ellis (@StevenEllisTHN) December 27, 20191:39 p.m. — Germany gets a power play when American forward Jacob Pivonka takes a slashing penalty, but Calgary Flames prospect Wolf turns away every scoring chance the Germans get. Penalty ends with just under two minutes to play in the first period.1:21 p.m. — GOAL.  It doesn’t take long for the Americans to get that goal back. Defenseman Jordan Harris (Montreal Canadiens prospect) fires a wrist shot through traffic that beats German goalie Tobias Anickca’s glove side.Jordan Harris makes it 1-1 with this wrist shot from inside the point. Good screen in front. #WJC2020 pic.twitter.com/wiYjNzZV7B— Steven Ellis (@StevenEllisTHN) December 27, 20191:15 p.m. — PP GOAL. Germany scores the first goal of the game on the ensuing power play. Stutzle’s cross-crease pass to Peterka allowed Peterka to get the puck just over Wolf’s trapper and into the net.USA has allowed its fourth PP goal against in this tournament. Tim Stutzle with a fantastic pass to John Peterka and it’s 1-0 Germany. #WJC2020 pic.twitter.com/q1pvy9wbSa— Steven Ellis (@StevenEllisTHN) December 27, 20191:11 p.m. — USA forward Oliver Wahlstrom (New York Islanders) takes a tripping penalty.1:09 p.m. — The puck has dropped in Ostrava. The Americans are wearing their dark blue jerseys, while the Germans are skating in their white away jerseys with black shoulders.12:47 p.m. — The last time the United States and Germany played in this tournament? Auston Matthews, Jack Eichel and a host of current NHLers led the USA to a 6-0 victory in 2014.Look at some of the names on the ice the last time @usahockey played Germany at #WorldJuniors !The action starts on NHL Network at 1pm ET. pic.twitter.com/r8YGMh8vex— NHL Network (@NHLNetwork) December 27, 201912:40 p.m. — Germany’s lineup has top 2020 draft prospect Tim Stutzle playing on the second line, while Carolina Hurricanes prospect Dominik Bokk starts on the first line’s right side. Trevor Zegras, Dustin Wolf and Shane Pinto put the United States on their backs on Friday and led the team to victory.Zegras’ four assists powered the Americans to their first victory, a 6-3 win over the Germans at the 2020 IIHF World Juniors just one day after the team fell to top rival Canada. Pinto (Ottawa Senators) netted his third goal of the tourney along with two assists and Wolf, a Calgary Flames prospect, made 17 saves including some big ones late in the game. Update to these lineups:- Tim Stützle (2020) shifts to LW on the 2nd line to play with Justin Schütz (FLA) and JJ Peterka (2020). Sign me up for that.- Lukas Reichel (2020) will skate with Taro Jentzsch and Dominik Bokk (CAR)- USA making minor tweaks #WorldJuniors #WJC2020 https://t.co/k6zQBeK9dT pic.twitter.com/CZqLnEIJmD— Brandon Holmes (@BHolmes_Hockey) December 27, 201912:20 p.m. — USA announces its lineup. Calgary Flames prospect Dustin Wolf starts in net after Spencer Knight played against Canada on Thursday. Parker Ford will play with Jack Drury and Cole Caufield moves to the top line,. Alex Turcotte moves to center between scoring wingers Bobby Brink and John Beecher.Game ✌️ lines. #USAWJC | #WorldJuniorsGame preview and broadcast information 🔗 https://t.co/34NHLIGUWl pic.twitter.com/VdMbAcsYMR— USA Hockey (@usahockey) December 27, 2019Relevant linksTournamentA team-by-team guide to the 2020 under-20 championshipBreakdown of every NHL teams’ prospectsTop 5 storylines to watch20 draft prospects to keep an eye on USATeam USA’s complete game schedule, resultsUSA’ Dustin Wolf making a name for himselflast_img read more