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(SportsNetwork.com) - The New York Islanders have lost ground in the NHL playoff race during a five-game slide and the club may have more bad news coming down the pike. But first, the struggling club hopes to avoid a sixth consecutive setback on Tuesday when it visits the Washington Capitals at Verizon Center. Watch the Islanders vs. Capitals live tonight on TSN2 at 7:30pm et/4:30pm pt. In addition to posting an 0-4-1 record during its current slide, the Isles are also having difficulty convincing winger Thomas Vanek to stay with the club and New York may wind up trading the Austrian winger. According to a report Monday in Newsday, Vanek, who is set to become an unrestricted free agent in July, has turned down a "substantial contract offer" from the Isles. The report also says New York general manager Garth Snow is fielding offers from teams looking to acquire the 30-year-old forward. Vanek was acquired from Buffalo in a trade on Oct. 27 and he has 15 goals and 38 points in 41 games with the Islanders after becoming part of a formidable top line with John Tavares and Kyle Okposo. If Vanek is dealt by the Isles, it will turn out to be a costly rental for the club. New York sent winger Matt Moulson to the Sabres along with a first-round pick in this summers draft as well as a second-rounder in 2015 to land Vanek. The NHL trade deadline for this season is March 5. The Islanders went 10-3-0 from Dec. 29-Jan. 21 before losing five in a row. The clubs last two losses came against the rival New York Rangers, who posted a 2-1 regulation win over the Isles in last Wednesdays outdoor game at Yankee Stadium before notching a 4-1 home win Friday night at Madison Square Garden. Derick Brassard and Brad Richards scored less than three minutes apart in the third period to support a strong effort from Henrik Lundqvist in the Rangers win over the Isles at MSG. Okposo had the lone score for the struggling Islanders, while Evgeni Nabokov stopped 33-of-36 chances in defeat. "We just looked like we ran out of gas," Tavares said. "We just didnt seem to have that extra gear when we needed it." With 50 points, the Isles are currently 13th out of 15 teams in the Eastern Conference and 12 points out of a playoff spot. Including tonights tilt, New York has three games left before the NHL breaks for the Winter Olympics. After visiting Washington on Tuesday, the Isles will host Calgary and Colorado on Thursday and Saturday, respectively. After losing seven in a row from Jan. 12-24, Washington has recorded three wins over its last five games and is 3-1-1 during that stretch. The Capitals split a home-and-home series with Detroit over the weekend, losing Fridays road portion against the Red Wings 4-3 in a shootout before taking Sundays wild 6-5 overtime decision at the Verizon Center. Alex Ovechkin scored a power-play goal 2:37 into overtime to lift the Capitals to Sundays entertaining matinee battle in D.C. Red Wings defenseman Brendan Smith was called for tripping at the 1:26 mark of the extra session. The Capitals moved the puck around and John Carlson fed Ovechkin for a one-timer from the left circle. Ovechkin has scored seven times over his last nine games and he is leading the NHL with 39 goals. His next goal will give Ovechkin 40 or more markers in a season for the sixth time in his career and for the first time since he posted 50 in 2009-10. Joel Ward registered two goals and one assist on Sunday and Jason Chimera added a goal and two helpers for the Capitals, who overcame blowing a trio of two-goal leads to win for the third time in their last 12 games. "We came out great and they never gave up; they are a really good hockey team," said Washington head coach Adam Oates. Michal Neuvirth picked up the win despite surrendering five goals on 30 shots. The Capitals expect to be without defenseman Mike Green for a third straight game after he suffered a concussion last week against Columbus. Green tried to practice on Monday, but he left for the dressing room after 10 minutes. Washington forwards Mikhail Grabovski (sprained left ankle), Brooks Laich (groin), Eric Fehr (lower body) and Aaron Volpatti (upper body) are also questionable for tonights contest. The Caps, who are three points out of a playoff spot in the East, are 2-0 against the Islanders this season and have won three straight and five of the past seven games in this series. Washington is 8-2-1 in the past 11 encounters in D.C. Cheap Houston Astros Jerseys .Y. -- Phil Jackson lost out on his preferred coach, but hes working hard on keeping his star player. 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Nottinghamshire-born Turner, 33, was crowned joint-champion apprentice in 2005 and retired at the end of last season after regularly breaking new ground during her career.She became the first female rider to win a Group One contest outright in Britain when steering the David Simcock-trained Dream Ahead to victory in the July Cup at Newmarket in 2011 and followed up when Margot Did won the Nunthorpe Stakes for Michael Bell a month later. Simcock supplied Turner with another victory at the top level courtesy of Im A Dreamer in the Beverly D Stakes at Arlington in 2012.Turner - the first woman to ride 100 winners in a calendar year in 2008 - was part of the Girls team which claimed a memorable success at the Shergar Cup in August last year.She also rode at the World All-Star Jockeys Challenge in Japan and was successful aboard Win Phoenix at Sapporo racecourse.Another notable win for Turner was the 2010 Lancashire Oaks at Haydock on Barshiba for David Elsworth in the colours of Jeff Smith.She was narrowly denied ending on a high when second aboard Buonarroti in the November Handicap at Doncaster.Her riding years were not without problems, however, most significantly suffering a head injury in bad fall on the gallops in 2009 and being hurt at Doncaster in 2013.Since hanging up her riding boots, Turner has taken an increasingly prominent media role, doing regular stints for dedicated racing channel At The Races.Its been really difficult trying to keep it a secret, its such an honour and I cant quite believe it, she told Press Association Sport.My family are not from a racing background, but my mum was a riding instructor. When it came to deciding on something to do with my life, I went into racing because I really enjoyed riding and I wasnt academic.Being a jockey took me all over the world, I rode winners in France, Italy, Germany, Japan, South Africa and America - there arent many jobs that take you to those placees.ddddddddddddts so nice to be recognised. Its a tough job but the highs are brilliant. One day you are a hero but the next you start all over again.I had some bad injuries, particularly the one at Doncaster, that was the toughest to come back from, but my family and friends gave me loads of support and I got my confidence back. I was able to leave on a high, which I was determined to do.I rode some big winners, obviously the Group Ones were great, but one of my most memorable rides was the first one back from a head injury. Id been signed off for a year, but the neurosurgeon who treated me helped me appeal and I was back after four months.I rode at Ascot and finished second and the crowd cheered me back in, that was very emotional.The main reason I gave up was it is a hard life going racing every day when you have to spend roughly five hours a day in your car. It doesnt leave you with time for a social life, you cant plan anything. Now I can live a normal life.I realised it was time to quit when I woke up and didnt fancy driving to Haydock one day. It set the alarm bells ringing.Hopefully there are more girls going to make the breakthrough. Josephine Gordon is doing well, but Id like to see her get some better rides. The key is when you lose your claim (as an apprentice).That was when I realised I could make a living out of it, when I started being paid the same as Frankie Dettori and Ryan Moore for a ride and I was still having winners.Ive been keeping busy since I finished. I work for At The Races, Im appearing on a Radio 5Live Sports Panel, Im at a Longines Women In Sport awards ceremony then its Ascot all next week. And I still ride out for James Fanshawe.Turner was apprenticed to Bell in her early years and he said on her retirement: She was with us a long time and has certainly been an ambassador for the sport.She rode lots of good winners for us, but I thought her ride on Im A Dreamer in particular was out of the top drawer, and on a global stage, too.I cant think of anyone that could have ridden the horse better. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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