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Lumberjacks remain perfect in OT games with a 4-3 shootout win over Team USA

first_img Inappropriate / Offensive Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Share Displayed poorly Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Ads by Amazon Shop Now ENDS IN $0.00 Share Other Displayed poorly Not relevant DEAL OF THE DAY (35309) Bestseller Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Special… $0.00 DEAL OF THE DAY ENDS IN (32825) ENDS IN Shares × Inappropriate / Offensive $14.99 Other Add Comments (Max 320 characters) × × Bestseller LocalSportsJournal.comThe Muskegon Lumberjacks tend to excel in games that go beyond regulation time.Muskegon came into Friday night’s game against the Team USA Under-17 squad with a 5-0 record in overtime or overtime shootout games.The Lumberjacks continue that success with a 4-3 shootout victory at Team USA Arena in Plymouth, Michigan.The Jacks trailed after two periods, tied the score on a goal by Casey Gilling in the third period, then won the game on a shootout goal by Mikael Hakkarainen.The victory was the second in a row for the Jacks, and allowed them to complete a four-game road trip with a 2-2 record after dropping the first two games.Muskegon is now 15-10 on the season, good for 30 points and a second place tie with the Green Bay Gamblers in the USHL’s Eastern Conference.The Lumberjacks will return home to the L.C. Walker Arena next Saturday to face the first-place Chicago Steel. Game time will be 7:15 p.m.Muskegon opened the scoring at the 18:01 mark of the first period on a goal from Jachym Kondelik. Marc Del Gaizo and Zach Berzolla had assists on the goal.Team USA tied the game 1-1 at 2:22 of the second period on a goal by Tyler Weiss.The Lumberjacks responded with a goal from Keenan Suthers 4:58 into the second period. New Lumberjack Caleb Everett picked up the lone assist in his first career USHL game.Team USA tied the game again on a goal by Erik Middendorf at the 7:43 mark of the second period, then grabbed its first lead of the night on a Jake Goldowski goal with 4:18 left in the stanza.Muskegon knotted the score at 3-3 on the goal by Gilling at 2:35 of the third period. Garrett Van Wyhe and Keeghan Howdeshell assisted.The Lumberjacks and Team USA were forced to decide the game in a shootout after a scoreless seven-minute overtime period.Hakkarainen scored the lone goal of the shootout during the fourth-round to give the Lumberjacks the victory.Muskegon’s goaltender Keith Petruzzelli picked up the win in net, stopping 23 of 26 shots. Bestseller $0.00 (1445) × Report a problem This item is… Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Inappropriate / Offensive Displayed poorly Other Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. $9.99 ENDS IN DEAL OF THE DAY Other 0 Other Not relevant Ads by Amazon Report a problem This item is… Not relevant DEAL OF THE DAY Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. × ENDS IN Nuun Sport: Electrolyte Drink Tablets, Citru… $19.38 Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Inappropriate / Offensive Report a problem This item is… Add Comments (Max 320 characters) DEAL OF THE DAY Not relevant Mail Bestseller Inappropriate / Offensive Inappropriate / Offensive Other Bestseller (3879) Report a problem This item is… Not relevant FOX Sports: Stream live NFL, College Footbal… $20.00$233.61 ENDS IN Add Comments (Max 320 characters) DEAL OF THE DAY Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Fox Sports Go Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such ads again. DEAL OF THE DAY Bestseller × (8133) Not relevant Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Report a problem This item is… Other Sports Illustrated NBC Sports Bestseller × Not relevant Other Inappropriate / Offensive Inappropriate / Offensive Lemedy Women Padded Sports Bra Fitness Wo… $22.99 Bestseller (5153) Add Comments (Max 320 characters) Displayed poorly DEAL OF THE DAY ENDS IN Displayed poorly ENDS IN (975) Not relevant Twelve (832) × Displayed poorly Report a problem This item is… Displayed poorly Displayed poorly Report a problem This item is… Report a problem This item is…last_img read more

Arsenal-Spurs feud divides families in north London

first_imgBut for the men and women who drape themselves in the red of Arsenal or the white of Tottenham, the fixture comes laced with fear and loathing.Peggy Goulding has been supporting the Gunners for over 40 years, but the softly spoken chairwoman of Arsenal Football Supporters Club says the north London derby has an atmosphere of unrelenting menace that makes it the one fixture she doesn’t look forward to.Tottenham Hotspur fans celebrate a goal during their English Premier League match against Arsenal at White Hart Lane on March 5, 2016 © AFP/File / Adrian Dennis“I hate this game. If you go to the away game, you feel like your life is in your hands,” Goulding said.“The first time I went to White Hart Lane, Tottenham supporters were waiting for us outside and bombarded us with bricks and bottles.“I’ve been attacked three times coming out of Tottenham just walking along the street.“A few years ago, we won the league there. I was with about four friends, and two of them were like me, older women, and two were older men.“All of a sudden they came at us with everything they could lay their hands on. Some of them haven’t been back to Tottenham since.”Martin Cloake, co-author of “A People’s History of Tottenham Hotspur”, knows just how deep the ill-feeling runs for many.Supporters dismantle a “Tottenham Hotspur” sign inside the stadium after a League Cup match between Spurs and Arsenal at White Hart Lane on September 23, 2015 © AFP/File / Ben Stansall“There is hatred there. We all know Arsenal fans we get on with, but some people try to take it too far because you’re supporting another football team,” he said.To discover the roots of the enmity between Arsenal and Tottenham, it is necessary to cross the River Thames to a leafy park in Woolwich, south London, where a plaque commemorates the founding of Dial Square FC by local armaments factory workers.In 1913, with Dial Square now known as Woolwich Arsenal, they packed their bags for a new address in Highbury, north London, just a few miles down the road from their soon-to-be despised rivals Tottenham, in a bid to improve the size of their crowds in a more densely populated area.Mounted British police patrol ahead of the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal at White Hart Lane in London on March 5, 2016 © AFP/File / Adrian Dennis– Myths and legends –Tottenham’s fury at Arsenal’s presence only increased a few years later when they successfully lobbied for promotion to the top division at Spurs’ expense.“That was the real start of the rivalry,” says Steve Tongue, author of “Turf Wars: A history of London football”.“Tottenham felt they had the greater grievance because of the way things panned out and Arsenal fans felt if Spurs were going to dislike them, then they could probably reciprocate.”Cloake believes the history only adds to the passion of the rivalry.“There are a lot of myths and legends, stories and details that add spice in the build-up,” he said.Arsenal moved from Highbury to the Emirates Stadium in 2006 © AFP/File / Glyn Kirk“I say they’re not really a proper north London team. It winds up Arsenal fans.”Ian Marshall, chairman of the Ridgeway Rovers youth football team that counts David Beckham and Harry Kane among its famous graduates, is just one example of how family ties are put aside whenever Arsenal face Spurs.“A lot of people have got families with Arsenal and Tottenham fans in them,” he said.“My first memory of the north London derby was watching Match of the Day with my uncle.“He was a mad Arsenal fan and tried for years to make me an Arsenal fan, but I wanted to stay with my brother and support Tottenham.”Tottenham’s failure to keep up with Arsenal’s success in the Arsene Wenger era has led to increased vitriol.Arsenal midfielder Francis Coquelin celebrates a goal in front of Tottenham Hotspur fans at White Hart Lane in London on March 5, 2016 © IKimages/AFP/File“It’s very much the case that the derby matters more to Spurs than Arsenal. Spurs haven’t finished above them in the league since 1995, which is an extraordinary statistic really,” Tongue says.Off the field, Arsenal’s move from Highbury to the Emirates Stadium in 2006 produced a change in their fan-base to a more gentrified group that draws from across the world and attracts many from the wealthier end of society.In contrast, Tottenham fans point to their more London-based working-class support, some of whom proudly celebrate the supposed Jewish heritage of many Spurs supporters, as proof that they provide a more authentic football experience.Whatever the next generation of Arsenal and Tottenham fan looks like from a sociological perspective, both sides of the divide can agree on one thing — the rivalry will continue to burn brightly.“I don’t think there is anything that will rival the Arsenal-Tottenham game. It’s been going on for a long, long time. The hatred has been built up on both sides,” Goulding said.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Tottenham Hotspur’s Erik Lamela (right) and Arsenal’s Danny Welbeck pictured during a Premier League match at White Hart Lane in London on March 5, 2016 © IKimages/AFP/FileLondon, United Kingdom, Nov 4 – A bitter feud ignited by greed and sustained by jealousy will once again leave families divided when Arsenal and Tottenham stage the latest chapter of the north London derby on Sunday.To the unsuspecting outsider, Arsenal and Tottenham’s annual showdowns might appear tame in comparison with the scenes of violence and mayhem associated with other high-profile derby clashes between the likes of Rangers and Celtic, Roma and Lazio or Liverpool and Manchester United.last_img read more