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EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- Goalie Anders Lindback has agreed to a professional tryout contract with the Los Angeles Kings.Lindback was added to the roster of the Kings AHL affiliate in Ontario on Wednesday.The veteran Swede went 5-7-1 with a 3.11 goals-against average last season for Arizona, his fifth NHL team in six seasons.Lindback also played for Nashville, Tampa Bay, Dallas and Buffalo over 130 NHL appearances. He went to camp with New Jersey last month.The Kings need goaltending depth after Jonathan Quick and Jeff Zatkoff both went down with groin injuries. Peter Budaj has won three straight games since coming up from the AHL along with Jack Campbell.Last weekend, Ontario used Jonah Imoo as its starter and his father, 46-year-old goaltending coach Dusty Imoo, as his backup. Wholesale Avalanche Jerseys . -- Jacksonville wide receiver Cecil Shorts will likely be a game-time decision whether hell play Sunday in the Jaguars home game against the San Diego Chargers. Colorado Avalanche Gear .C. -- Calgarys Kevin Koe did it the hard way again. https://www.cheapavalanche.com/ . The Celtics closed out their first preseason under Stevens on Wednesday night with a 101-97 victory over the Brooklyn Nets, who rested a lot of their lineup including former Celtics Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce. Colorado Avalanche Store . The Australian is competing in his final season in Formula One and still looking for his first win this year. He will look to end Vettels run of six straight race wins on Sunday. Webber, who is fifth in the championship, earned his second pole from the past three races and 13th of his career. Avalanche Jerseys 2021 . Spiller left Week 3s 27-20 loss to the New York Jets with a thigh injury, but fully practiced with the team all week and expects to be ready to go on Sunday. Slowly but surely, the Matador Cups national footprint is expanding again. Its New South Wales-centric schedule has been a source of considerable angst among other teams since the tournament was moved to an early season carnival format three years ago, but a smattering of matches in Perth and Brisbane this year mean the Blues will not be the only team playing at home.Last seasons competition was affected by the cancellation of Australias Bangladesh tour for security reasons, meaning it was contested by full strength teams across all six states. This time around the scenario is rather different: not only is the Australian ODI team on tour in South Africa, but numerous bowlers, notably Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood, are absent injured or resting.This means a knock-on effect for numerous states, most notably South Australia. The reward for emergent displays in both the Matador Cup and the Sheffield Shield last year mean than no fewer than four first-choice Redbacks - Travis Head, Adam Zampa, Daniel Worrall and Joe Mennie - are in South Africa. The coach Jamie Siddons has acknowledged the challenge ahead.We feel ready despite missing bowlers from last years attack and its going to be difficult without them, Siddons said. But we have a couple of young guys that have some tricks in their repertoire. Its not going to be easy or the same, we have to find another way of doing it with different types of players and were ready and aiming for similar success.I think its really exciting watching the young guys play and the next step is to promote a few more of them like Jake Lehmann, Jake Weatherald, Alex Ross and Alex Carey - who are all really good chances of pushing their names forward now. Our aim is to be successful again and win games and if those guys step up like I think they will we should match last year - maybe were looking at batsmen to step up instead of the bowlers this time.Victoria are another state needing to reach deeper into their squad for bowlers in particular, with John Hastings, Scott Boland and Chris Tremain in South Africa and Peter Siddle and James Pattinson still working their way back from injury. The new coach Andrew McDonald, only recently returned from Leicestershire to replace David Saker, must also work with Glennn Maxwell in the aftermath of the enigmatic allrounders ill-timed bid to move to NSW for the summer.ddddddddddddMcDonalds old Bushrangers team-mate Brad Hodge has s still more vexing task as the mentor of the Cricket Australia XI, a youthful hodgepodge (no pun intended) of players from across the states who did not make it into the first-choice squads. This is the second of a two-year experiment with the XI, designed to provide additional opportunities for young players against the best of domestic players.The concept has not been universally loved, even if the CA XI recovered last season from a horrid start to win a game over Tasmania and produce a handful of players - Hilton Cartwright, Mitch Swepson, Jimmy Peirson - able to progress further over the course of the season that followed. Many among the states feel the team is emblematic of CAs desire for central developmental control, rather than simply building the most competitive tournament possible. A lack of any senior players to leaven out the youth, even with the likes of Ben Rohrer, Chris Hartley and Chadd Sayers available, has only heightened that impression.Justin Langer, coach of Western Australia, spoke for many of the tension between development and competition. The Sheffield Shield too has been subject to numerous stratagems designed to help the Australian team overall, but experiments like pink ball matches and the use of Dukes balls for a portion of the shield this season has left Langer and others questioning their wisdom.We make Cricket Australia very aware that we have to keep the integrity of the game, he said. We have the best domestic competition in the world, but it is frustrating at times. This season we will play two pink-ball games, three with red Kookaburras and five with Dukes balls and hopefully six with the Dukes. I like consistency.Consistent or not, the Matador will afford many players the chance to either secure their state spots at the outset of the season, or put their names in lights for Australian selection into the future. Whether in Perth, Brisbane or Sydney, many a selection question will get closer to being answered. ' ' '

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