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MONTPELIER, Vt. -- Before the ski and snowboard season gets cranking, heres a look at whats new at resorts around the Northeast.---SNOWMAKING, SNOWMAKING AND MORE SNOWMAKINGAfter a dismal snow season last winter with frequent warm-ups, resorts across the Northeast continue to invest in snowmaking to better cover trails, open earlier and stay open longer, and to do it using less energy. The New Hampshire-owned and operated Cannon Mountain, for example, expects to reduce energy consumption by about 30 percent with the addition of new snowmaking guns and upgrades to older ones, for a total of 479 guns. The project plus other maintenance cost more than $5 million.---WORLD CUP SKIING RETURNS TO THE EASTThe World Cup ski circuit is returning to the East Coast, after a 25-year absence. Vermonts Killington Resort will be hosting the womens giant slalom and slalom races on Nov. 26-27. Olympic and slalom world champion Mikaela Shiffrin is among the 90 to 100 racers from about 20 nations expected to compete.To prepare for the race, Killington started snowmaking on Oct. 10.---MORE TERRAINIn its first major expansion in more than 30 years, New Hampshires Waterville Valley Resort has added 45 acres and cut 10 new trails that will be served by a chair lift. The Green Peak expansion includes beginner, intermediate and advanced terrain.---LODGINGBurke Mountain Resort in northern Vermont has its first resort-owned slope-side lodging. The 116-room ski-in ski-out hotel and conference center opened this fall with a pub, restaurant, heated pool and hot tub and fitness center and views of the mountain on one side and Willoughby Gap on the other.---FAMILY FUNResorts continue to add activities for visitors other than skiing and riding.This summer, Vermonts Stowe Mountain Resort opened a roughly $20 million adventure center that includes ski and ride programs for kids, a daycare program, a rock-climbing center, shops, and family friendly dining looking out over the outdoor ice skating rink and the indoor climbing center. The rock-climbing center has 16 climbing stations and a free-standing 40-foot climbing tower.On the other side of Mount Mansfield, Smugglers Notch is also boosting its amenities for families, building a 26,000-square-foot Fun Zone thats expected to open in March 2017. It will include a two-floor laser tag arena, mini-golf, a 30-foot double-sided climbing wall, a slot-car track and a cafe.At Omni Mount Washington Resort in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, the winter season programming includes trails for fat biking (bikes with oversized tires that can handle snow and mud).------AP reporter Kathy McCormack contributed to this report from Concord, New Hampshire. Freddie Solomon Jersey .S. Open champion Justin Rose birdied the first hole with a blind shot he hit to a foot of the pin, and he stayed in front Tuesday until he completed a 4-under 67 for a two-shot lead over Jason Dufner in PGA Grand Slam of Golf. Michael Crabtree Jersey . Malkin got tangled up with Detroits Luke Glendening early in the third period and his left skate took the brunt of collision with the boards behind Pittsburghs net. http://www.custom49ersjersey.com/custom-...1128d.html . This should be celebrated because it will not always be this way. With the amount of money given to players by their clubs these days, it is a wonder that so many of those teams allow the sport to continue to take away many of their assets so they can play for a different team in the middle of their season. Nick Bosa Jersey . PETERSBURG, Fla. Dee Ford Jersey . Badenhop was 2-3 with a 3.47 ERA in 63 relief appearances for Milwaukee this season. He is 18-20 in his career with three saves and a 3.INDIANAPOLIS -- NBA officials decided Sunday that Dwyane Wades forearm shot to Lance Stephenson was a flagrant foul -- just not enough of a shot to warrant a suspension. The league issued its ruling shortly before the Heat were to face Indiana in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals. Neither Pacers coach Frank Vogel nor Heat coach Erik Spoelstra expected the league to hand down a suspension with a berth in the NBA Finals at stake. Wade explained to reporters before the game that he was not surprised by the decision. "I wasnt worried because it wasnt intentional," he said. "All I was trying to do was get out of the way of him trying to set a screen." Wade then cut off questions, saying he only wanted to talk about Game 3, which is Sunday night at Indiana. He will be in the starting lineup. The play occurred in the fourth quarter of Indianas Game 2 victory when Stephenson was running down the court on a fast-break.dddddddddddd Wade jumped into the air and hit Stephenson in the back of the head with his arm, knocking Stephenson to the floor. No foul was called on the play. Spoelstra didnt complain about the decision. "We take it for what it is, we cant control what the league decides," he said. "We just have to move on." Before Wade spoke, LeBron James explained he believes the league needs to protect players from taking head shots -- just like the NFL and NHL do. But he backed his teammate. "I think we all know thats what replay is for," James said. Miami guard Mario Chalmers also will start after injuring his shoulder in both Games 1 and 2 in Miami. ' ' '
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