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May 14, 2020

Frutos reaches the Ray

first_imgJorge de Frutos, 22 years, will play in Rayo Vallecano. The transfer of the end of Real Madrid Castilla with Valladolid is broken and is transferred to Vallecas until the end of the season as he had signed with the Pucela team. This Friday will be available and can train under the orders of Paco Jémez. AS already informed on Tuesday that De Frutos was one step away from Lightning. In the absence of officiality, the end will defend the shirt of the Strip. The Ray gets Frutos the player profile he was looking for, an end that can play in the lead and fall in both bands. Thus, Jemez will already have the end he had needed since Bébé’s injury and will fill a position he has been occupying with Álvaro, who also fell injured, resorting to laterals as extremes and relocating Andrés in the band. This will be the first reinforcement of Lightning in the winter market but it will not be the only one. The Strip team is looking for a striker and wants to check out Abdoulaye Ba Y Lass Bangoura That of Navares de Enmedio He was assigned to the Blanquivioleta team at the beginning of this season. With Valladolid he has played 164 minutes spread over five games, three from Liga Santander and two from Copa del Rey. The lack of opportunities has led Madrid and Valladolid to break the transfer and to play on loan in Lightning.Of fruits He stood out with Rayo Majadahonda in the 2017/18 season when they achieved promotion to Segunda. From there he made the leap to Real Madrid Castilla to play 2,950 minutes divided into 37 games of the 18/19 season in which he scored seven goals and gave five assists. 12last_img read more

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January 3, 2020

Murrays ready for son to shine in L.A.

first_imgFor Brady Murray, it seemed that day would be extra special. In June of 2003, he was drafted in the fifth round by the Kings, the team coached by his father. The family reunion made for a nice storyline but immediately felt awkward to Brady. He loved his father but he didn’t want to work for him. “The day I was drafted, it was a great day, but I looked at the situation thinking people were going to look at me and say, `The only reason he is there is because of his father,”‘ Murray said. “That really bothered me. No one ever said that to me directly, but you hear things.” When Murray makes his North American NHL debut today, his father indeed will be watching – from the other side of the ice. Andy Murray, fired by the Kings toward the end of the 2005-06 season, now coaches the St. Louis Blues, the Kings’ opponent at Staples Center. The Murrays will become the fourth father-son combo ever to face each other in an NHL game as head coach and player, according to Elias Sports Bureau. They follow Bob Johnson and Mark Johnson, Bill Dineen and Gord Dineen, and Rick Wilson and Landon Wilson. “It’s kind of funny how it ended up,” Brady Murray said. “My dad and I looked at the schedule when it came out and saw this game, but we weren’t really concerned. I was worried about making the team.” It wasn’t clear Murray would be on the Kings until the final roster cuts before heading to London last week. He averaged nearly 12 minutes as the fourth-line center in the two games in London, his first two in the NHL, and drew praise from Coach Marc Crawford for showing “a lot of spark and energy.” Andy Murray was able to watch the games on tape. “When I saw him play his first shift, to be honest, it was kind of emotional,” Andy Murray said. “My father was a hockey fanatic and he’s no longer with us. I thought about how special it would have been for him to see Brady out there.” Brady Murray was 15 years old when his father took over as coach of the Kings in 1999. Though he remained with his mother, Ruth, in Minnesota, Brady spent many of his high school vacations in Los Angeles, soaking up the atmosphere around the Kings players and coaches in the locker room and on the ice during his father’s nearly seven-year run with the team. He probably spent more time around the Kings in high school than in the four years after being drafted. After his selection, Brady Murray spent two years in college at North Dakota and then two years in Switzerland, where he was when he found out about his father’s firing. At that point, the Kings hadn’t shown much interest in Brady and his father was no longer around. But he stuck with his goal to make the team and went about impressing the new regime. “For him to have the chance to be on the ice with Rob Blake, Jaroslav Modry, Lubomir Visnovsky, Derek Armstrong and other veteran guys after admiring them so much when he was younger is pretty special,” Andy Murray said. “He’s been a King all the way through. “There was never any wavering with that.” Growing up, Brady was always coached by others while his father was at his different coaching stops around the NHL. When Andy tried to provide advice, he resisted. “He’d always say, `You’re my dad, not my coach,”‘ Ruth Murray said. Their relationship changed in Brady’s two years in Switzerland, and they spoke regularly during training camp last month with Brady asking for advice. “I knew that would happen when Brady matured,” Ruth Murray said, “that he’d take advantage of his father’s expertise. They’ve talked a lot the last few weeks about lineups. Andy knows a lot of the players.” The topics of conversation have been different this week. “He’s an opponent now so he’s not going to give me any trade secrets,” Andy Murray said. “We’ll probably have the chance to go to dinner (Friday), and we won’t be talking a lot of hockey.” The father and son are trying to pass it off as another game. Brady said he is thinking of it more as his first regular-season home game in the NHL. “The only team I’ll be watching will be my team,” Andy Murray said. “I won’t focus my attention on him at all. We’ve got a job to do. I won’t know how he played until I watch the tape after the game.” The game might be most difficult for Ruth, who is flying in with Andy’s mother for the game. “It would be nice to remain neutral but I’m not going to hope for a tie,” Ruth Murray said. “I’ll probably hope Andy gets a couple of points (with a St. Louis win) but Brady does well and isn’t too nervous playing his first game.” matthew.kredell@dailynews.com160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! NHL: Kings center will be battling his father in North American debut. By Matthew Kredell STAFF WRITER Ask any professional athlete to name the best moments of his life and the day he was drafted is sure to make the top 10. last_img

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July 20, 2019

Osteoporosis drug may be cardioprotective in hip fracture patients

first_imgMay 11 2018The osteoporosis drug alendronate was linked with a reduced risk of cardiovascular death, heart attack, and stroke in a Journal of Bone and Mineral Research study of patients with hip fractures. The association was seen for up to 10 years after fracture.In the study, patients newly diagnosed with hip fracture from 2005 through 2013 were followed until late 2016. Among 34,991 patients, 4602 (13%) received osteoporosis treatment during follow-up.Alendronate was associated with 67% and 45% lower risks of one-year cardiovascular death and heart attack, respectively. It was associated with an 18% reduced risk of stroke within five years and a 17% reduced risk of stroke within 10 years. Protective effects were not evident for other classes of osteoporosis treatments.Related StoriesRepurposing a heart drug could increase survival rate of children with ependymomaHeart disease is still the number 1 killer in Australia, according to latest figuresWeightlifting is better for the heart than cardio”It is well established that there is a world-wide crisis in the treatment of osteoporosis, due to patients’ awareness of the extremely rare side effects,” said senior author Dr. Ching-Lung Cheung, of the University of Hong Kong. “Our findings show that alendronate is potentially cardioprotective in hip fracture patients.Therefore, physicians should consider prescribing alendronate or other nitrogen-containing bisphosphonates to hip fracture patients soon after their fracture, and patients should also have good compliance with alendronate treatment, as this is not only good for your bones, but also your heart.”In addition to clinical management, the study also has important implications in clinical trial design of anti-osteoporosis medications. The US Food and Drug Administration recently requested more data before reaching a decision on whether to approve the osteoporosis drug romosozumab, due to excess cardiovascular adverse events in the romosozumab arm compared with the alendronate arm. “In light of these important deliberations, our results suggest that such differences in cardiovascular adverse events could be potentially related to a protective association of alendronate, rather than an increase in cardiovascular adverse events related to romosozumab use, said Dr. Cheung.” Source:http://newsroom.wiley.com/press-release/osteoporosis-drug-may-benefit-heart-healthlast_img read more

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