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TV: Sportsnet, Radio: 630 CHED

Milan Lucic will be at his usual spot on Connor McDavid left side against New York Islanders.

The Edmonton Oilers forward missed Wednesday practice with the flu but took the optional skate Thursday and said he ready to go in Jordan Eberle return to Edmonton.

Winger Mike Cammalleri was skating extra with defencemen Matt Benning and Yohann Auvitu, so they appear to be out for tonight game. If Benning doesn play, then Ethan Bear will be getting his fourth game on the blueline after his call up from Bakersfield. Zack Kassian, a healthy scratch for the Arizona game, should be back on the fourth line with Jujhar Khaira and Iiro Pakarinen.

The Islanders, who lost seven in a row in their scramble for a wild card spot, will go with backup Christopher Gilbson in net rather than normal starter Jaro Halak. Gilbson has made one start against Pittsburgh with Thomas Greiss injured.

Ex Oilers defenceman Brandon Davidson, dealt to the Islanders just before the deadline for a third round draft pick, is on their third pairing with Adam Pelech.

Point of interest with the Islanders: Four ex Oilers are on their coaching staff. Head man Doug Weight, assistants Luke Richardson and Kelly Buchberger and goalie coach Fred Brathwaite.

Five Things to Watch1. Rookie of yearEven before Vancouver Canucks winger Brock Boeser hurt his back crashing into an open gate at the player bench, which will put him out for the rest of the season, New York Islanders forward Mathew Barzal was almost a slam dunk for the Calder. He got 69 points in 67 games, more than captain John Tavares. Hard to believe the Oilers passed on him by trading their No. 16 pick and 33rd pick to the Islanders for Griffin Reinhart in 2015.

2. They score enough (top six in the NHL) but are dead last in goals allowed at 3.52 a game, which means they need four a game to have any chance. Their team save percentage is only.901, but that actually better than the Oilers at .897. One of their few low scoring games this season was in November in Brooklyn, with Oilers winning in OT 2 1.

3. Lots of familiar facesNot only is Islanders coach Doug Weight, the former Oilers captain, but former Oilers defenceman Luke Richardson and ex Edmonton captain Kelly Buchberger are his assistants. They just traded for Brandon Davidson on defence too. We get to winger Jordan Eberle later. Oh yeah, blue liner Johnny Boychuk from Edmonton too.

4. Strome alertOilers No. 3 centre Ryan Strome, obviously, has some Islanders ties too. He was their first round draft in 2011, No. 5 overall, after New Jersey took Adam Larsson at No. 4. The top five that June was Ryan Nugent Hopkins, Gabriel Landeskog, Jonathan Huberdeau, Larsson and Strome. Nugent Hopkins, Larsson and Strome are wearing Oilers colours, of course.

5. Closing in on milestoneNugent Hopkins, who has a goal and a helper in his first two games back after cracking ribs Jan. 13 and missing 18 games, needs two points for 300 in his NHL career. He played 444 games with the Oilers, which puts him 29th in team history. Richardson played 436 and is 30th.

Big Match upJordan Eberle vs His Old Team

Edmonton Oilers right wing Iiro Pakarinen, left, defends New York Islanders forward Jordan Eberle during the second period of an NHL hockey game in New York, Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017. Kathy Willens / AP

This figures to be as emotional for Eberle as it was for Taylor Hall when he returned with New Jersey Devils. Eberle will get a nice tribute on the big screen sometime in the first period at a stoppage. Eberle went to the Islanders for Strome last June after scoring 20 or more goals five times as an Oiler. Eberle had 21 two goal games and two hat tricks in his 507 Oiler games.
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Models take the catwalk during the Missoni men’s Spring Summer 2015 collection, part of the Milan Fashion Week, unveiled in Milan, Italy, Sunday, June 22, 2014. (AP Photo/Giuseppe Aresu)

MILAN Go ahead and relax: Next season’s menswear fashion will be easy to wear and at times even athletic without requiring, or necessarily even inspiring, actual exertion on the part of the wearer.

Sportswear has inspired many looks showing up on the Milan runway during Milan Fashion Week, on its second day Sunday. Jackets are a mainstay and run the gamut from longer overcoats to short bombers. Trousers are just as easily pleated as cropped and close fitting. Bermudas are the shorts of choice.

Favourite shoes are sturdy sandals, snug, sure footed slip ons and high top sneakers. Still, this being luxury fashion, the outfits are intended for urban exposure and not rugged adventure.

While Day 1 featured an explosion of colour, designers on the second day of fashion previews seemed to favoured paler, washed out shades. High tech fabrics give a low fuss look, where crinkles and wrinkles are part of the garment’s appeal.

Miuccia Prada said she decided that conservative looks “were the only new thing possible,” also given that the times certainly in Italy, which is still looking to get out of the economic doldrums require “seriousness.”

The collection’s foundation was classic denim looks with top stitching, the only embellishment, for a 1970s vibe. “Prada classics,” the designer dubbed it.

Prada kept the elements simple, from the colour palate of blue, brown, dark green and beige, to the clean lines of the jackets, trench coats and blazers.

Massimiliano Giornetti defined the silhouette as “light” and “deconstructed,” and said he used fine Italian fabrics as the starting point for his inspiration.

“Everything has been overprinted to create a kind of new silhouette that is extremely light, extremely modern and fresh,” he said.

A giraffe pattern provides a light hearted motive to jacket linings, cheekily visible on rolled up sleeves.

As if to emphasize the fluidity of the looks, the colour that unites the collection is an aqueous blue green, which matches soothingly with earthier tones of rust, grey, brown and beige.

The collection centres on sportswear, with a variety of jackets from longer overcoats, double breasted jackets that are slightly cropped, short belted blazers and blousons that function as a baseball jacket.

The looks have a relaxed feel, from the loose fitting sweaters that drape the body casually, to crinkled linen suits with pants that gather at the knee as if pushed up to wade into the surf. These looks are not only are fit for a wind swept beach, but they evoke a natural wear and tear that goes with only the most durable and most loved wardrobe pieces.

Designer Tomas Maier employs various kinds of stitching to build the appearance of natural wear and tear into the architecture of the pieces, including frayed elbows. Athletic wear is soft, with comfortable leggings and wide legged shorts.

Maier said he wanted “to convey a certain freedom, athleticism and ease.”Angela Missoni has created looks with a Bohemian traveller in mind, taking inspiration from northern African patterns and silhouettes while maintaining a naturalistic colour palette: saffron to gold, lavender to sapphire.

One of the collection’s mainstays is a tribal tunic with a pointy hood. As usual, Missoni’s knitwear lends itself to layering, which fits the traveller’s logic, with gilets worn unbuttoned beneath loose open jackets. The looks are paired with straight trousers, also in corduroy, and Bermuda shorts.

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Calvin Klein designer Italo Zucchelli’s collection for next summer could be called, “A study in beige.”

Zucchelli gives pale skin tone his full embrace, with monotone outfits ranging from racing back T shirts with trousers to double breasted jackets with relaxed shorts.
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NEW YORK >> The biggest change for Americans watching the Winter Olympics on television this month will likely be the first face they see on the screen.

Mike Tirico is replacing Bob Costas as host of NBC prime time Olympics coverage, which starts Thursday from Pyeongchang, South Korea. Costas hosted 11 Olympics starting in 1992 until he stepped down last year. He became as identified with the event as Jim McKay was for an earlier generation.

NBC has groomed Tirico, 51, and he studied up on Alpine skiing and the luge. Whether he well suited for the role and accepted by the audience won become clear until he does it.

The job requires someone conversant in sports, of course. But he also have to deal with unanticipated news events, history and pop culture. He be expected to talk about the tense relations between North and South Korea and the absence of the Russian Olympic team because of a doping scandal. A sense of humor helps, too. The former host knew sports and also hosted a general interest talk show for many years, and spoke out on issues like the dangers of football.

While most sports fans know Tirico from his years at ESPN, he less visible among the casual viewers who determine whether or not the Olympics are a success.

goes in there is going to have to prove themselves, or reinvent what the job of Olympic host is, Billings said.

Tirico not interested in changing the job, or pretending that he duplicates Costas skills and interests. just try to take my sensibilities and curiosities and mix them in along the way, he said.

While at ESPN a decade ago, he requested an assignment to the World Cup soccer tournament, knowing the event was a cultural phenomenon as much as a competition, and anticipating ESPN may win a bid to broadcast the Olympics someday. NBC Olympics portfolio was a key factor in his jump to the network in 2016, he said.

News networks are on the TV in his home office in Ann Arbor, Michigan, as much as sports, he said.

know there are going to be times when people say, stick to sports, he said. that is impossible in an Olympics forum. said if an issue comes up that calls for commentary, make it, and I make it knowing I might be criticized. I know it comes with that chair. World Cup work was one of the things that brought him to NBC attention as a possible successor to Costas, said Jim Bell, executive producer of NBC Olympics. Tirico worked as a host of NBC late night Summer Olympics coverage in Brazil in 2016.

Tirico won be intimidated by the assignment because he spent a lifetime preparing for a role like this, said John Wildhack, a former executive at ESPN who worked closely with Tirico and is now athletics director at their alma mater, Syracuse University.

is one of the most versatile on air talents in the industry and of our generation, Wildhack said.

Raised in Queens, New York, Tirico worked in local television in Syracuse after his graduation and before joining ESPN. student run WAER studio was Costas, another alum. Tirico most visible job at ESPN was a decade on Night Football. Two books about ESPN history describe his lewd and unwanted advances on up to six women, including allegedly following one co worker in his car. He was suspended by the network for three months in the early 1990s.

NBC said it was aware of the incidents when Tirico was hired, he assured them the behavior was long in the past we have no evidence of anything to the contrary. Tirico, now married with two children, declined comment, and the incidents have attracted little attention in the run up to the Olympics.

happened well over two decades ago and Mike has been nothing but the consummate professional since, Wildhack said.

Tirico said that nobody, except maybe his family, will be tuning in to NBC prime time Olympics telecast to watch him.

you watch the games for all of the Olympics, and I helped viewers understand in some way the who, what, where and why about it, if I helped them enjoy the viewing experience and connected a few of the disparate worlds that come together at the Olympic games, then I done my job, Tirico said.
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LEACH: Because back when I was at Texas Tech, OK, uhhh, back when I was at Texas Tech, we had this guy named, shoot, what was his name, you’re gonna ask for his name and it’s just not coming to me oh, right, Wes Welker. Anyway, he was the last guy we gave a scholarship to, OK, and he wound up out working everyone and now he catches passes from the guy who deflated all those footballs. So if you want to talk about ‘our kinda guy,’ I mean, uhhh, Wes Welker, we almost didn’t think he was our kinda guy, OK, but it turned out he actually was probably more of our kinda guy than anybody, if you really think about it.

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LEACH: Oh, I used to paint all the time. You know Jackson Pollock? Of course you do, everyone knows Jackson Pollock. Anyway, when I was younger, I used to set up a canvas in my garage, OK, and I would go in there and just splatter that thing, making all these cool paintings just like Jackson Pollock used to. He’s from Cody, Wyoming, which is my hometown, so I always kind of had an affinity for his paintings, and really for the whole abstract expressionism period in general. It was a form of art that emphasized the creative spontaneous act. You ever do anything spontaneous?
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Ecological experts say that doesn’t mean Congress should step in.

Bob Dreher, Senior Vice President of Conservation Programs at Defenders of Wildlife, said, “Congressmen are among the least qualified people you could imagine to make scientific decisions.”

Dreher said the gray wolf no longer faces extinction in the Great Lakes region, but says there’s more to the equation, and that in order to lift protections,
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there needs to be a management plan.

Dreher said, “To ensure that they will remain out of danger, that they will remain off the endangered species list.”

While many farmers want to license to kill problem wolves, Dreher says that strategy could backfire, and non lethal techniques do a better job of saving livestock.

Meanwhile, congress still hasn’t considered Johnson’s bill,
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almost a full year after introduction.

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Some of America’s future farmers may not be wearing boots after a rise in suburban student participation in FFA chapters statewide during the past decade.

Times have changed for FFA participants. For example, Midway High School sophomore Cinco Dollins, 15, joined the Waco Midway FFA chapter because his family is heavily involved, but he’s having a different experience than his parents.

“From very early on, I realized I wasn’t really into animals and I didn’t really want to raise them,” he said. “So, my Dad always raised animals when he was in high school and I decided I would rather do speaking events.”

Dollins is part of a growing trend among suburban students statewide who participate in FFA not for the livestock competitions, but for the exposure to alternative agriculture events such as debate and public speaking.

The Waco Midway FFA chapter has grown from 89 students in 2009 to an estimated 825 in 2015. The program began in the fall of 1950 so its growth crawled up until just recently.

Midway’s FFA program begins in seventh grade. Midway Independent School District’s total student enrollment for both middle and high school sits at 3,614, meaning 23 percent of those students are involved in FFA.

“If I wanted to do something, FFA could present that opportunity for me,” said Bailey Coburn, Midway FFA student vice president.

Coburn, outfitted in a red striped polo shirt and boat shoes, said he joined because the skills learned in FFA extend beyond raising animals.

“It gives you opportunities to take the agriculture road if you would like, with raising pigs, but of course you don’t always have to do it because there’s the more government side of FFA,” he said.

FFA is a student led leadership organization that partners with school districts to provide agriculture education through in class instruction and competitions, FFA’s website says.

Each student member must be enrolled in an agriculture class to compete in any FFA competitions and must complete a “SAE” or supervised agriculture experience outside of the classroom. The project could be raising livestock, starting a business or working an internship, the website states.

FFA provides two competitions, one in the spring labeled Career Development Events and one in the fall titled Leadership Development Events. Part of the fall event focuses on public speaking, debate and whether students have mastered the knowledge of a field, such as wildlife.

Local education officials think the growth also comes from districts adding more non traditional agriculture courses that meet core graduation credit requirements such as art and science, but don’t require the large expense and time commitment of raising an animal.

“A lot of the classes that we offer meet graduation requirements,” said Ashley Canuteson, Midway’s career and technical education coordinator. “For example, the floral design: every student is required to graduate with a fine arts. So this is one option that they can have if they aren’t a musically inclined student,
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or theatrically inclined and they don’t want to take a typical art class, this is an option for them.”

“The more we have crossover of graduation requirement needs that’s definitely opened the door to students who wouldn’t normally explore courses in this area,” she said.

Midway ISD agriculture teacher Jess Wheeler said when he began teaching agriculture in 2009, the typical FFA student was male from a rural community who joined the program to show livestock.

Wheeler began expanding the course offerings based on student interest and quickly saw enrollment rise. Midway now offers courses such as floral design, geometry in construction, wildlife management and veterinary science, many of which meet core graduation credit requirements.

This year, Wheeler said he estimates only about 100 students or one out of eight students in Midway’s FFA are raising livestock.

“The whole clientele has changed,” he said. “I really feel that we’re a true representation of the campus as a whole from all walks of life, from every background.”

Schools pay a fee to affiliate with FFA, or if their district isn’t enrolled, students may join personally through paying annual dues through their school, said Tom Maynard, FFA executive director.

Maynard said the growth of suburban students involved in FFA is evident throughout Texas, with Harris County the Houston area boasting the greatest number of students enrolled in a Texas county at about 8,000, which is more than the entire state of Idaho, at 4,338 students.

The new interest has increased the average size of Texas FFA chapters by 220 percent in the past 20 years, Maynard said. In 1994, the size of most chapters sat at about 250 students, which increased by 550 students by 2015 to the current average of 800, he said.

And the director doesn’t expect the growth in urban areas to slow.

“We have applications for a lot of new programs currently that are pending this year,” Maynard said. “Most of that program expansion that we’re seeing this year is in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex.”

Robinson Independent School District’s FFA chapter also mirrors the demographic changes statewide.

Robinson’s program began in the early 1970s with about 50 students. Now, in a high school of 700, the FFA program is full with 200 students or nearly 29 percent of high schoolers only 50 of whom are raising livestock to show.

“There’s a lot more suburban students than what you would call a ‘traditional ag kid,’ who’s actually grown up and living on the family farm,” Robinson ISD agriculture teacher Mark Rose said. “It’s just the shift with the time. As we advance technology, you just don’t need as many people to run a farm.”
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“Socks are less expensive than other things,” Anika said. “If you are walking around and are homeless, your socks will get wet.”

After they learned about the need, Anika, Mary and Annabelle Donohoo, 11, teamed up to launch a socks drive at their school. The girls are determined to collect 1,000 pairs to donate to Humility of Mary Shelter, Davenport. So far, they have collected252 pairs.

The activity is part of the school’s project based learning on homelessness. According to Owen, the students take several weeks to answer an essential question of “What is it like to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes?”

Project based learning means Bettendorf students explore different ways to answer a specified question, Owen said. This goes on for several weeks during the academic year.

Sometimes, the students have better ideas for helping others than teachers do, Owen said. It was a student who suggested that fresh food items being thrown away at lunch in the middle school be retained and placed where students could eat them, say, before they got into sports or other after school activities.

According to Owen, the studentsbegan the project in October, called “Socktober.”

It is a cross curricular project this time, Owen said. The language arts students read novels on the topic; in social studies, the students studied geography and different cultures of the countries in the books. The math class did a unit on budgeting, and how a family of four lives at certain wage levels.

In addition, the class invited Christine Adamson, director of services at Humility of Mary Shelter, to speak.

Adamson sought to give the students context to their efforts to collect socks. She focused on the local homeless population and said homeless families are basicallythe same as the students’ families, except they don’t have a home at the moment.

“They have families, they go to school, they are cheerleaders and football players,” Adamson said. Often, she said the students are only aware of homeless people who are panhandling.

It’s also important, Adamson said, for the kids to make a difference with others. She challenged them: “Could you imagine waking up to go to school, and you have no socks, or they are wet? How much more confidence would you have if you put on clean socks in the morning, to start the day fresh?”

Where to donate new, clean socks

Sixth grade students at Bettendorf Middle School are collecting 1,000 pairs of new, clean socks for the homeless population in the area. These will be donated to Humility of Mary Shelter, Davenport.

Donations will be taken until Dec. 15. To donate:

Drop them off in a collection box at the front door to Bettendorf Middle School, 2030 Middle Road, Bettendorf.

At this event, the students will also explain the project on homelessness, and show off shoes decorated as part of the learning lesson based on answering the question: “What is it like to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes?”
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It’s that time again! Time to update the Tom’s Hardware BestConfigs! Once again, we are opening the field to user recommendations to get the best consensus for the absolute best of the best in each category. Post the best configuration you can put together for the following build category and our editorial team will pick 5 of the best to be put up to a public vote right here in the Systems forum. Please be sure to format your list of components as follows:Joe’s MicroATX Portal Turret Custom Case BuildProcessor: Component Name and Component PriceMotherboard: Component Name and Component PriceRAM: Component Name and Component PriceGraphics Card: Component Name and Component PriceHard Drive: Component Name and Component PriceCase: Component Name and Component PricePower Supply: Component Name and Component PriceCooling: Component Name and Component PriceDVD Burner: Component Name and Component PriceSee below for quick copy/paste text of the BBcode.[cpp]Joe’s MicroATX Portal Turret Custom Case BuildProcessor: Component Name and Component PriceMotherboard: Component Name and Component PriceRAM: Component Name and Component PriceGraphics Card: Component Name and Component PriceHard Drive: Component Name and Component PriceCase: Component Name and Component PricePower Supply: Component Name and Component PriceCooling: Component Name and Component PriceDVD Burner: Component Name and Component Price[/cpp]You can also use the Tom’s Hardware System Builder to build your recommendation and use the BBCode export option at the bottom of the build. axe to your face) AMD build Processor: AMD Phenom II X6 1100T $189.99 Motherboard: MSI 890GXM G65 AM3 AMD 890GX HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 Micro ATX AMD $129.99 RAM: CORSAIR XMS3 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240 Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 2000 $129.99 Graphics Card: XFX HD 695X CDDC Radeon HD 6950 2GB 256 bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.1 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card with Eyefinity $249.99 Hard Drive: Corsair Force Series GT CSSD F60GBGT BK 2.5″ 60GB SATA III Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) $154.99 Case: IN WIN BR665 Black SECC steel MicroATX $74.99 Power Supply: Seasonic SS 560KM Active PFC F3, 560W ATX12V V2.3/EPS 12V V2.91, 80Plus Gold Certified, Modular Power Supply $129.99 Cooling: Dare I say it? YES. Stock AMD cooler. No real need to go with anything else as the price limit of $1200 keeps the upgrade from happening. Better to spend the money on other top performing parts and capabilities in the system and upgrade this aspect later on as it gets the job done perfectly. DVD Burner: SAMSUNG Black 12X BD ROM 16X DVD ROM 48X CD ROM SATA Internal Blu ray Drive Model SH B123L LightScribe Support $57.99Other options not listed above in the threads reference build specs. Storage drive. : Western Digital Caviar Blue WD5000AAKX 500GB 7200 RPM 16MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5″ $39.99Total price for this build from Newegg is $1194.91 at the time of writing this including the other option not listed in the primary build specs. Yes I am am an AMD fanboy so I stuck with what I like personally which is what matters The system is designed to be as future proof for a micro ATX as I could design at this time. The mobo supports the new AMD bulldozer processors (confirmed by msi) which will be an easy future upgrade. It also has a slew of awesome features and abilities such as. reasonable onboard graphics so when it does come time to retire the build, the vid card can be stripped out and onboard video can be used as an energy efficient desktop. Another plus is the 6Gb/s on board raid controller, USB 3.0 and SB850 South Bridge. The ram was carefully chosen as it is rated to pc2000, however with the new bulldozers, it will be run at 1866 so I may be able to squeeze a little extra out of it timing wise. That and Corsair XMS memory has NEVER let me down after all these years. The case is an outstanding build for a Micro ATX. Builds like a good sized mid tower with bottom mount power supply, plenty of room for whatever vid card you want. provisions for water cooling and multiple bottom drive and bay options. Video card was chosen as it is a short design at 10″ so fits the case well. Also it runs a slight overclock for a 9850 out of the box at 830 core / 1300 memory. Not to mention the XFX lifetime warranty on the card. impressive. The OS SSD Hard drive is a small beast. uses the latest SandForce SF 2200 for up to 555MB/s read 495MB/s Write and up to 80,000 iops. For my own build I am using this same drive but in a 120gb config. The price limitations of this thread keep it at a 60gb which is plenty for gaming, especially with the 500gb storage drive. Power supply is a gold certified unit. Efficiency is key to me!
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she sits around 26 28C unless pushing it with a taxing application. The stock case fans are very quiet which was a surprise yet the case vents very, very well. “The case is an outstanding build for a Micro ATX. I would know what SFF is, I was the first to watercool and overclock the guts out of an sn41g2 back around 2002 for kicks However it did not end up SFF after all the mods with an external koolance system, water cooled 9800 pro and enermax external supply lol

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(AP) Phil Mickelson is the voice of experience in team competition, and there’s no comparison.

He was on the putting green Wednesday morning at the Presidents Cup, explaining to some of the six rookies on the American team why the teams might change for the final day of practice, the schedule after the team photo, just about anything short of how to tie their shoes.

Mickelson has played in the Presidents Cup every year since it began in 1994. He has played in every Ryder Cup since 1995. Add them up and this will be his 23rd consecutive time playing in a team event.

For someone like PGA champion Justin Thomas, playing in his first one, that can be hard to fathom.

“I can’t, especially because I was 1 when he playing in his first one, which is really crazy to think,” Thomas said. “I would love to see what kind of person he was then. I’m sure he was still the same kind of guy. But it’s crazy. To be that good for that long and to have the reputation that he does, being that much of a leader, a role model in the team rooms I don’t know if it will ever be topped.”

Playing on so many Presidents Cup teams has mainly been a happy occasion. The Americans have lost only one of them, in 1998 at Royal Melbourne, and tied the International team in 2003 in South Africa.

The International team, with Nick Price as captain for a third straight time, gets another chance to end a losing streak that is getting out of hand.

We’ve got a lot of power,” Price said. “I’ve always said this 18 hole match play is anybody’s game.”

It’s been in the American game in this format, and Mickelson always figures into the equation.

That ultimately might be one of his greatest legacies when the Presidents Cup begins on Thursday, and Mickelson heads to the first tee with Kevin Kisner in a foursomes match against Jason Day and Marc Leishman.

It will his 52nd match in the Presidents Cup, and 97th match overall in either cup.

His 42 victories on the PGA Tour put him at No. 9 on the career list, three behind Walter Hagen. He has five majors, including three legs of the career Grand Slam. He has earned just over $83 million, second only to Tiger Woods. He already is in the World Golf Hall of Fame.

Most unusual about his career is what he hasn’t done.

Mickelson has never been No. 1 in the world. He was never won the PGA Tour money title. He has never been No. 1 in the world. He has never been voted the PGA Tour player of the year.

But when it comes to teams 23 in his case he has a record that might not be topped for a long time, if ever.

“I think that it will be done,” Mickelson said. “But it’ll be done, I believe, because there’s so many talented players that I believe will have the longevity. But right now, it’s something that I’m really proud of.”

He has qualified all 11 times in the Ryder Cup. He has been a captain’s pick three times for the Presidents Cup, the first one in 1994, and then not again until 2015 when he was No. 30 in the standings, the worst position of any pick, but an easy choice because the entire team wanted him. captain Steve Stricker effectively put out an ultimatum for Mickelson to show some form. He responded with a tie for sixth at the TPC Boston.

No one else was playing great. Mickelson is tough to ignore.

“It really is a joy to be around him,” Brooks Koepka said. “Hopefully, he’s on a few more.”

Skill is only part of the equation, and Mickelson has an ample supply of that. The other part of the equation, perhaps more importantly, is remaining relatively injury free. Even when he was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis in the summer of 2010, Mickelson was the leading American qualifier for the Ryder Cup.

His last big injury was in 1994 when he broke his leg skiing.

Jordan Spieth played in his first Presidents Cup at age 20 and this is his fifth team. He has the ability. He has age on his side.

“What has to happen is staying healthy, staying good, staying driven,” Spieth said. “To go through life the way he has and put family first, yet still being able to become of the top 10 and for the most part top couple golfers in the country, is really remarkable.”

Tiger Woods played his first event in 1997 at the Ryder Cup when he was 21. The best of his generation, Woods played 10 straight events until injury got in the way and he missed the 2008 Ryder Cup recovering from knee surgery. Jim Furyk made his debut in 1997 and played in 15 straight team events until he finished 13th in the standings and was passed over as a pick for Spieth.

Mickelson keeps right on going.

“He’s going to be someone who has game probably for another 10 years,” Thomas said. “It’s just a matter of if he’s healthy enough can still feel like he can go.”
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