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Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosbergs Spanish GP collision may prove the defining moment for the future of their Mercedes partnership, according to Sky F1s Martin Brundle. The Mercedes team-mates and title rivals crashed out on the opening lap at Barcelona as they battled over the lead after Rosberg overtook pole-sitter Hamilton at the start.Although the pair have tangled on track before, most infamously at the 2014 Belgian GP, Sundays race was the first it has resulted in both drivers dropping out of the race. And Brundle reckons the significance of the incident cannot be underestimated.That vision of those two in the gravel trap at Turn Four on the first lap I think will be the defining moment of this season and possibly the defining moment of where the Mercedes team heads for 2017, said the Sky Sports F1 commentator. Anthony Davidson looks at the collision between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg that wiped both Mercedes drivers out of the Spanish GP on lap one. I think it will be a defining moment because they have to make decisions moving forward. And we have seen with other teams in history - and maybe a little bit with [Max] Verstappen and [Carlos] Sainz at Toro Rosso - can they continue working together those two drivers?Do they have to find a new way moving forward? Is it recoverable? It will be very interesting to see how they react to this afternoon because I think it is a defining moment. Hamilton and Rosberg crash out Watch the incident which saw both Lewis and Nico crash out of the Spanish GP Hamilton and Rosberg have been team-mates at Mercedes since 2013 and their partnership, while delivering the Brackley team back-to-back world championship doubles in 2014 and 2015, has regularly simmered and occasionally boiled over amid exclusive duels for the titles. Rosbergs current contract runs out at the end of the season, but the German has been thought likely to be offered a new deal after winning the opening four races of 2016.Hamilton is in the first season of a new three-year agreement which runs to the end of 2018. don't miss the F1 Report: Spanish GP on Wednesday night at 8.30pm when Sir Patrick Head and Marc Priestley will join Natalie Pinkham to review events in Barcelon Also See: WATCH: Rosberg and Hamilton crash out The F1 Gossip Column Mark Recchi Jersey . The club announced on Wednesday that Malhotra signed a 25-game professional tryout contract. The 33-year-old suffered a serious eye injury when struck by a puck during a game versus Colorado in March of 2011. Phil Kessel Jersey . The Irish golfer, whose father Patrick died from cancer, says he underwent surgery for sun spots. The 42-year-old Harrington told Irish radio station Today FM: "Ive had a number of skin cancers removed off my face. http://www.penguinsauthenticofficial.com/ryan-reaves-jersey/ . Hamilton signed offensive linemen Mike Filer, Joel Reinders, Landon Rice and Carson Rockhill. Antti Niemi Jersey .com) - there's nothing better for a team than to send out the staff ace in the most important game of the season. Evgeni Malkin Jersey . Poti played in 824 regular NHL games with four teams in his career; the Edmonton Oilers, New York Rangers, New York Islanders and the Washington Capitals.TORONTO – Korbinian Holzers first cup of coffee in the NHL lasted only 22 games. Vying to get back there again this season, the 26-year-old is jostling for one of the final spot(s) on the Maple Leafs defence. One job, perhaps two, figure to be up for grabs, likely to be decided in the coming days by a group that includes a vet in the twilight, a youngster on the rise and Holzer, who spent all of last season with the Marlies in the American Hockey League. "that's what youve worked for all your life, to play in the NHL," Holzer said. "And if you get the opportunity to get up for a sniff, you get in there and you learn what it takes, you don't want to go back." Competing most prominently with him for that privilege are 35-year-old Henrik Tallinder, Marlies standout Petter Granberg, and a handful of long-shots, mostly from inside the organization. Tallinder, on a pro tryout, is trying to extend whats been a dependable NHL career of 678 games, mostly served in Buffalo. In question is whether he has anything left in the tank; his mobility appeared limited during the opening two days of camp. "Im too old to change my game so Im just going to try to play like Ive always done," he said. The 6-foot-3 Tallinder struggled some in his return to the league-worst Sabres last season, but performed capably in a depth role with the Devils in 2013 – he signed there for four years and nearly $14 million in 2010. His value would lie in experience and what head coach, Randy Carlyle, termed as "moxie" and a "calming" presence. "We feel in our research with Tallinder, there is a possibility that he could make our hockey club and play against some top lines," Carlyle said, positing an (unlikely) idea of the Swede alongside Roman Polak in shutdown capacities. Younger and spryer than Tallinder, who won silver with Sweden at the Sochi Olympics, is an upward moving countryman. Granberg made the jump to North America last season and impressed those within the organization with an authoritative and hard-hitting defensive game. During scrimmage on the first day of on-ice workouts over the weekend, the 22-year-old jostled repeatedly with Joffrey Lupul, trading shoves and hacks with the teams alternate captain. "He plays that way," said Carlyle. "He gets in peoples face and he doesn't really care who it is. He has an assignment and a job to do out there. Hes a physical defenceman. that's one of the assets he brings to the table and that's one of the things we like about him." But is he ready, after one year of hockey on this side of the globe, to make the jump? Now an assistant to Carlyle in Toronto, Peter Horachek helped develop a flock of capable defencemen in Nashville, including Shea Weber, Ryan Suter, Roman Josi and current Leaf, Cody Franson.dddddddddddd His gauge for measuring whether a young defender is ready for the NHL is as much mental as it is physical. "Mentally," said Horachek, "a lot of times is more important than physically. They can handle the big bodies, but are they mature enough to handle it?" One job, in theory, is up for grabs. That may change if Stephane Robidas is not ready to start the season. The 37-year-old, who is recovering from a broken right leg, has been skating separate from the two groups at training camp, hopeful to debut late in the exhibition season, if at all before the Oct. 8th opener. Assuming his full health, the Leafs are really in the hunt for a seventh (and mostly extra) defender, but someone who could step in if the need arises. Granberg, who has played only one season in the AHL, may not be the best fit for that kind of role. His development, along with long-shots like Viktor Loov, Tom Nilsson, Stuart Percy, and Andrew MacWilliam, is probably better served with regular game action and not a recurring seat in the press-box (though that changes if Robidas is not ready). That leaves Holzer and Tallinder as the likelier and perhaps more logical options. Unlike Granberg with whom he played alongside last season, Holzer has NHL experience (however brief) and his development – hes played four seasons with the Marlies – wouldnt be stalled with irregular duty. A fourth round pick in 2006, his first NHL stint saw him thrust almost immediately onto the top pairing and he struggled, predictably. "Obviously there was some positive, there was some negative," said Holzer. "I learned my lesson playing up there, playing against the best players in the league." Holzer wouldnt be required (in all likelihood) to play minutes of that weight again and could prove capable in a depth capacity that would surely include opportunity on the penalty kill. And the Leafs may need the additional help. The club, which added Robidas and Roman Polak in the summer, was fortunate to endure last season without any significant injuries on defence. Their depth, which consists of mostly of untested minor league products beyond Holzer and Tallinder, could well be tested if injuries do crop up in the coming year. Auditions are underway. "I hope I can show as best as I can," said Holzer, "and maybe be able to grab a job." Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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