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USA vs. Canada Hockey Prediction

Okay, I’m not the biggest hockey nut in the world but I have watched all of Americas games and 2 of Canada’s Olympic hockey games. With that being said America looks fast, strong, and united as a team. USA looks unstoppable and coming off a convincing 5-2 victory against the Czechs all the momentum is swinging towards the boys in red white and blue. Canada is a different story, our northern neighbors barley escaped Latvia in a 2-1 victory. Crosby hasn’t scored yet but you know he is gonna step up in this big of a game, this scares me. Kessler and Parise are the two key players for the Americans need them to rise to occasion. Quick needs to withstand the rocket shots coming from an electric Canadian offense. They might not have been living up to offensive expectation thus far, but this is the playoffs, winner is most likely the eventual gold medal winner. USA vs Canada. Love it, lets bring it home boys. WHO DO YOU PLAY FOR?!?!      

|| Just a little status post while I stare at drafts instead of doing my assignment. ||

Drafts: 45
Inbox: 4
Queue: 48
Starters: 1
To Be Tracked: 11

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Today is the big day! Push Me Pull You is out today on PS4.

It’s arriving alongside another trailer that shows some longer form gameplay, and more of PMPY’s lovely soundtrack which was composed, performed, recorded and mixed by the incredible Dan Golding.

We want to take this opportunity to answer all your questions about the release:

Is it out, like, right now?

Maybe! The releases are staggered a bit throughout different regions, so it depends where you live. If it’s not available yet, it should be really soon.

What do I need to play?

For this release, you’ll need a PS4. Push Me Pull You will be coming to computers too, but you’ll have to wait a little longer for that. When it’s ready, the game will be on Windows, Mac and Linux via Steam, Itch.io and Humble.

How many people can play?

2-4 people can play at once, but Push Me Pull You is a great spectator sport, so you can’t really have too many players.

How many controllers do I need?

Push Me Pull You is designed with controller sharing in mind. So you can play with two people per controller if need be.

This means you can play a two player game with a single controller, and only two controllers are needed to play with four players.

In short: at least one for every two players.

Is there an online component?

No, the game is local multiplayer only. Adding online would have forced us to leave behind lots of the things that make the game special (due to both technical and non-technical limitations).

QWOP & Super Pole Riders developer Bennett Foddy does a pretty good job of explaining why online doesn’t necessarily make sense for local multiplayer games in this piece for Polygon.

Can I play with my PS Vita?

If you have a PS4 and a PS Vita you use the Vita as an extra screen + controller via remote play.

This could mean using it as your second controller or playing in another room.

Who can I play with?

The game is relatively easy to learn for non-gamers. So if you can’t meet up for a competitive match in person but still want to play, it might be a good one to try with someone you wouldn’t normally play games with.

Beach Volleyball Star Kerri Walsh Jennings Says the Hardest Part About the Olympics Is Being Away From Home

The 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro are exactly 100 days away, and ET is counting down to the opening ceremonies with American beach volleyball star Kerri Walsh Jennings.

“I’m pumped!” Jennings tells ET. “I know every single Olympian across the world is pumped, because it’s a big milestone.”

The 37-year-old California native has already won three gold medals with her previous partner, Misty May-Treanor, but now she’s ready to begin a new dynasty with partner April Ross.

“We want to win a gold medal in Rio,” Jennings says. “We plan on winning a gold medal in Rio!”

The pair has been training hard for their competition, but Jennings admits that her biggest challenge isn’t the training, it’s being away from her husband, beach volleyball player Casey Jennings, and their three children.

“My daughter’s three and she just knows that Mommy keeps leaving, which is sad, but they get it,” Jennings shares. “I take them with me wherever I go in my heart, but it’s not the same.”

Jennings’ struggles today are vastly different from when she was starting out as an Olympic hopeful. As athletes have to pay their own way when training for the Olympics, Jennings reveals to ET that 10 years ago she walked dogs, shuffled papers and worked in a shoe store to make ends meet. This might be why it’s so important to her to give back.

Jennings has partnered with Dick’s Sporting Goods, which wants ET to share the news of their Contender Program. The company employs nearly 200 Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls, like beach volleyball player Ian Satterfield, to help them pursue their dreams.

Additionally, ET was with Jennings when she surprised up-and-coming high school volleyball player McKenna Stevens with a trip to the Rio Olympic Games to see Jennings play.

“Dick’s Sporting Goods has picked you and your mama to send you to Rio to watch the Olympics,” Jennings told Stevens.

Watch the video for more!

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Beach Volleyball Star Kerri Walsh Jennings Says the Hardest Part About the Olympics Is Being Away From Home

The 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro are exactly 100 days away, and ET is counting down to the opening ceremonies with American beach volleyball star Kerri Walsh Jennings.

“I’m pumped!” Jennings tells ET. “I know every single Olympian across the world is pumped, because it’s a big milestone.”

The 37-year-old California native has already won three gold medals with her previous partner, Misty May-Treanor, but now she’s ready to begin a new dynasty with partner April Ross.

“We want to win a gold medal in Rio,” Jennings says. “We plan on winning a gold medal in Rio!”

The pair has been training hard for their competition, but Jennings admits that her biggest challenge isn’t the training, it’s being away from her husband, beach volleyball player Casey Jennings, and their three children.

“My daughter’s three and she just knows that Mommy keeps leaving, which is sad, but they get it,” Jennings shares. “I take them with me wherever I go in my heart, but it’s not the same.”

Jennings’ struggles today are vastly different from when she was starting out as an Olympic hopeful. As athletes have to pay their own way when training for the Olympics, Jennings reveals to ET that 10 years ago she walked dogs, shuffled papers and worked in a shoe store to make ends meet. This might be why it’s so important to her to give back.

Jennings has partnered with Dick’s Sporting Goods, which wants ET to share the news of their Contender Program. The company employs nearly 200 Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls, like beach volleyball player Ian Satterfield, to help them pursue their dreams.

Additionally, ET was with Jennings when she surprised up-and-coming high school volleyball player McKenna Stevens with a trip to the Rio Olympic Games to see Jennings play.

“Dick’s Sporting Goods has picked you and your mama to send you to Rio to watch the Olympics,” Jennings told Stevens.

Watch the video for more!