The California Honeydrops Cover R. Kelly, Al Green & More In NYC Throwdown [Watch]

first_imgThe California Honeydrops put their soulful rock n’ roll on display at the Bowery Ballroom last night, November 13th, playing to a packed house at the NYC venue. The band rolled out a ton of original music, and slipped in a few great covers as well. Fortunately, Marc Millman Photography was on the scene to capture the magic.Check out videos from last night’s performance, below.“Let’s Go Get Stoned”“Bump & Grind”“I’ve Never Found A Girl”last_img

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Toronto Maple Leafs’ Auston Matthews enters rare company with two goals in season opener

first_imgToronto Maple Leafs center Auston Matthews didn’t waste any time getting on the score sheet Wednesday.No. 34 scored his first two goals of the 2019-20 season in the Leafs’ first game — one off a cross-crease feed from William Nylander and another on a one-time shot on the power play to increase Toronto’s lead to two goals over the Ottawa Senators. Matthews has never wasted any time, in fact; he has scored goals in each of his first four season-opening games. He joins Dit Clapper (1927-31), Dave Andreychuk (1982-85) and Sergei Fedorov (1990-94) as the only players in league history to accomplish that feat.Toronto’s prize center has scored nine goals total over four season-opening games dating to Oct. 12, 2016. That first date is the most notable of the bunch; Matthews burned the Senators for four goals in his first NHL game and let the league know he was the real deal at just age 19. According to the league, Matthews’ nine goals in season-opening games tie Babe Dye for the most in Maple Leafs franchise history. Matthews almost earned a hat trick in the dying seconds of Wednesday’s game, but Senators defenseman Erik Brannstrom bodychecked No. 34 off the puck before he could slide it in the empty net.Forwards Dino Ciccarelli and Michel Goulet hold the record for most goals scored in season-opening games with 14 apiece.The Maple Leafs defeated the Senators 5-3.last_img read more

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