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Across the U.S., people are talking about symbols of American patriotism after San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick refused to stand for the national anthem.They include a Vietnam veteran in Texas who tears up thinking about the flag and a gay San Francisco photographer offended by what he sees as disrespect for a symbol of the greatest country in the world.Here are some voices:---Athar Siddiqee is a 51-year-old Muslim who moved to the U.S. from India with his parents when he was a baby. The Sunnyvale, California, resident says that to immigrants, the flag is a beloved symbol of this country.However, the fact that it is so open and tolerant gives someone the right not to stand for the anthem, he says. The people who are saying move to another country are missing the point.---Paul Margolis, 63, is the grandson of Jews who emigrated from Russia in 1905.He feels strongly about respecting American symbols and is offended by the protest.I choose to live in San Francisco. I choose to live in America because this is the greatest place to live, he says. Theres no better place to live, theres no place better, especially as a gay person.---Sandra Malone of Tampa, Florida, is an 81-year-old Christian who loves God, country and family. She says people who do not stand for the singing of the national anthem are misguided.When I see the flag, I want to get up. If I hear some music, I want to march. Im just that patriotic, and everyone should stand up when the flag goes up and when its raised, she says.---Paul Martinez is a 72-year-old retired telecommunications businessman from Flower Mound, Texas. He served in Vietnam.Martinez reveres the flag and the anthem makes him cry. He thinks about his friends who died in Vietnam.I love the flag. I love this country. I love the freedom. I love us being able to love God, worship God, pursue our lives and happiness, he says.---Nancy Recinos is an 18-year-old college freshman who grew up in San Jose, California. 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Tuesdays surgery at Atlantas Piedmont Hospital was performed by Dr. Xavier Duralde and Hawks team physician Dr. Michael Bernot. Cheap Chargers Jerseys For Sale . Instead of dwelling on the negative, Oates focused on what was good about the clubs recent play. It worked. TORONTO -- Much of the chatter heading into Saturday nights World Cup of Hockey semifinal (7 p.m. ET, ESPN2 and WatchESPN) is over whether Russia has the goods to upset Canada.The question itself underlines how much the rivalry between the two countries has changed over the years. The mere suggestion that Russia beating Canada would be deemed an upset -- well, 25 years ago that would have been blasphemy.Russia still produces great players, but its day as the top threat to Canada for world supremacy in the sport has long passed. Of course, a win by Alex Ovechkin and his Russian side on Canadian ice Saturday night would go a long way toward reversing that slide.And yes, it would be an upset by any definition of the word. Team Canada went a perfect 3-0-0 in round-robin play, trailing in a game for only 89 seconds, outscoring the opposition 14-3 and running its best-on-best winning streak to 13 games going back to the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.It has been one of the most dominant stretches for hockeys birth nation in modern history.Thats all great, but that doesnt matter going into tomorrow, Team Canada captain Sidney Crosby said on Friday. Its all about the next one. I think the trust and belief is there. Its nice to have that; its good to have that experience with guys and the belief you can play different kind of games and overcome things. But its only as good as what you do with it. Tomorrow is a big one, and none of the [previous] games really matter.Russia went 2-1-0 in round-robin play, a closely contested 2-1 loss to Sweden its only blemish, and is playing a much better team game than it did when it crashed and burned in the quarterfinals of the Sochi Olympics.Best playersRussia:?Evgeny Kuznetsov has only one point in the tournament, his electrifying goal against North America, but hes been very noticeable throughout. Put on a line between Ovechkin, his?Washington Capitals teammate, and Vladimir Tarasenko of the St. Louis Blues for the round-robin finale against Finland, Kuznetsov looked very comfortable and creative. KHLer Ivan Telegin, property of the Winnipeg Jets, scored a beauty against Finland on Thursday and, despite being a fourth-liner on this team, has had an impact in his limited role. Ovechkin has been dynamic in every game -- no surprise there. And finally, goalie Sergei Bobrovsky has been outstanding in this tournament, which is no doubt encouraging for the Columbus Blue Jackets, who hope to see him return to this Vezina Trophy ways.dddddddddddd Hes stopped 91 of 96 shots in the World Cup for a sparkling .948 save percentage.Canada: So spread out are the contributions on his ridiculously deep team that 12 skaters have at least two points through three games for Team Canada. But theres no question that Crosby is leading the way. The best player in the world has been just that in this tournament -- on both sides of the puck. His line, with Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand, has been both an offensive and defensive juggernaut. John Tavares has three assists and has been a force every game. Fourth-liner Matt Duchene had the big game against Team USA and has been terrific overall, given his role. Reigning Norris Trophy winner Drew Doughty has been all that. Netminder Carey Price is back to being Carey Price after missing most of last season with a knee injury.Matchup to watchSidney Crosby vs. Alex Ovechkin. Well of course, right? Team Canada has last line change, and the two most logical options for coach Mike Babcock when it comes to matching up to Russias top line of Ovechkin-Kuznetsov-Tarasenko are either Crosbys unit or the one centered by Jonathan Toews between Logan Couture and Steven Stamkos. Both options are solid. Crosbys line never seems to spend any time in its own zone in this tourney. Thats one way to defend.PredictionIts one game, which means Russia absolutely can win. And it can especially win if two things happen: Bobrovsky steals the game and Canada gets into penalty trouble, just as it did in the pre-tournament finale between both teams. Russia hasnt scored on the power play in three tournament games, but I wouldnt want to test the limits on that given the talent on those units.Yeah, you dont want to get into penalty trouble against them, Crosby said. With their power play and the guys they have out there, we have to make sure we find a way to stay out of the box, try to hold onto the puck as best we can and force them to take penalties.Anything can happen, but logic dictates that Canada has everything going for it. It has four forward lines creating massive puck pressure in the offensive zone, and once the Canadians have the puck, they keep it for long stretches. With Price the last line of defense on top of that, the back-to-back Olympic champions should prevail.?Canada wins 4-2. Cheap NFL Womens Jerseys China Jerseys Wholesale NFL T-shirts China NFL Jerseys NFL T-shirts From China Wholesale NFL Hoodies Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '

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