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Michael van Gerwen will face a rejuvenated Phil Taylor in Sundays World Matchplay final after both players eased through their semi-finals. The worlds top four players clashed in the last four, with current holder and world No 1 Michael van Gerwen easing past 2013 finalist Adrian Lewis 17-9 before 15-time champion Phil Taylor turned back the clock to dismantle back-to-back World Champion Gary Anderson 17-8.Taylor, who has only lost seven times in Blackpool since 1994, produced a demolition job over The Flying Scotsman, averaging 101.63 to book his place in the final. He also landed nine maximums and finished with an impressive 49 per cent on the doubles to lay down his marker ahead of Sundays showdown with Dutchman Van Gerwen.The Power averaged a remarkable 114.99 during the early stages of his clash and broke twice, winning five legs on the trot to move 7-2 up before the Borders thrower held in the 10th leg. The 55-year-old was in electrifying form on the Winter Gardens oche, throwing metronomic and fluid arrows to go eight clear at 12-4.Anderson was receiving a major hiding, despite averaging just under 100, and although the Scot broke his opponents throw for the first time in the match in the 17th leg, Taylor stepped on the gas to set up a repeat of the 2014 final. Phil Taylor will face Van Gerwen in the final after The Power thumped Gary Anderson Taylor admitted he punished Anderson at crucial times as he looked to be back to his ruthless best on the second biggest stage on planet darts.He put himself under pressure and he knows that. I was something like 11-4 thinking I need another six legs here, thinking this is hard work, he told Sky Sports.He is now expecting another classic encounter against top-ranked Van Gerwen which is a clash he is truly relishing.It will be a good game, of course it will. I fancy my chances. Hes in for a battle. Im over the moon to be in the final, he added. Van Gerwen triumphs [picture courtesy of Lawrence Lustig/PDC] Van Gerwen returned to the final with a destructive 17-9 victory over Adrian Lewis in the first semi-final.The world No 1 improved on the form which saw him overcome Jamie Caven, Kyle Anderson and Dave Chisnall so far this week in his bid to add a 12th tournament victory of 2016. Taylor is not a normal 55-year-old Phil Taylor has the belief to beat Michael van Gerwen in Matchplay final, says Wayne Mardle Van Gerwen completed a sixth win in his last seven televised meetings with Lewis, whose only win came in the final of the World Cup of Darts last month, in emphatic style.Stoke thrower Lewis fought back from an early deficit to level up at 3-3, but then the 27-year-old went into overdrive, winning five legs in a row to move 8-3 up. Michael van Gerwen felt he was lucky to win after his 17-9 victory over Adrian Lewis World No 4 Lewis landed his arrow in wrong bed when aiming for double top just when he looked like making a comeback at 8-5, and Van Gerwen duly punished him for the lapse in concentration.At 12-9, the game looked in the balance but Mighty Mike turned on the afterburners to accelerate away, winning the last five legs to complete the job.He finished with an impressive 101.23 three-dart average, with eight maximums and 49 per cent success on the doubles to reach his third World Matchplay final on the spin. Wayne Mardle and Rod Harrington share their views on the final between Taylor and Van Gerwen I thought I was lucky, Van Gerwen told Sky Sports Rod Studd. Im a lucky man tonight and Im really glad I won.Van Gerwen was left furious with Lewis antics on stage as he tried to slow the Dutchmans play down, which he felt was wrong.I dont know why the top players in the world try to slow me down and need to try everything in the book. I think thats out of order. I just want to play a good darts game. I dont need all the hassle, he added.Theyre probably a bit scared, I think Im a fair player but I won the game and thats the most important thing.And on Taylor, Van Gerwen added: You can never underestimate Phil Taylor. Hes a fantastic player. Check out daily Darts news on, our app for mobile devices and iPad and our Twitter account @skysportsdarts and watch the final between Michael van Gerwen and Phil Taylor, live on Sky Sports 1 HD this Sunday. By purchasing a Sky Sports Day Pass for £6.99 or Sky Sports Week Pass for £10.99, you can enjoy access to all seven Sky Sports channels and watch on a TV with a NOW TV Box or on a range of devices. Also See: As it happened... Sky Bets darts odds Live on Sky Player Profiles NOW TV Hydro Flask Boca Ancha . - The Detroit Lions have 13 takeaways this season — three less than all of last season — and the defence isnt the only unit pleased with the performance. Hydro Flask Estándar Boca .J. -- Kevin Gilbride retired Thursday as offensive co-ordinator for the New York Giants. .com) - The Columbus Blue Jackets rewarded starting goaltender and pending restricted free agent Sergei Bobrovsky with a four-year contract extension on Friday. Hydro Flask Café . The 49ers announced the deal Tuesday. San Francisco selected Lloyd in the fourth round of the 2003 draft. Hydro Flask 24 Oz . PETERSBURG, Fla.PACIFIC DIVISIONANAHEIM DUCKSLAST SEASON: 54-20-8, 116 points. Won Pacific Division. Lost to Los Angeles in second round of playoffs.COACH: Bruce Boudreau, 4th season with Ducks, 111-55-22; 8th overall in NHL.ADDED: C Ryan Kesler, C Nate Thompson, D Clayton Stoner, LW Dany Heatley.LOST: G Jonas Hiller, RW Teemu Selanne, C Saku Koivu, C Nick Bonino, C Mathieu Perreault, C Daniel Winnik, D Luca Sbisa, D Stephane Robidas.PLAYER TO WATCH: Devante Smith-Pelly. After bouncing between the NHL and the minors for three years, the speedy, tough-nosed right wing is poised to build on his breakthrough effort as Anaheims top goal-scorer in the post-season. Hes likely to get a chance to contribute on the deep Ducks top three lines.OUTLOOK: Kesler and Thompson make the Ducks tougher down the middle, and this deep, balanced club should be in position to contend for the Stanley Cup again. Anaheim is taking its biggest risk in net, hoping Frederik Andersen and prospect John Gibson are ready for full-time NHL duty.___ARIZONA COYOTESLAST SEASON: 37-30-15, 89 points. Ninth overall in Western Conference.COACH: Dave Tippett, fifth season with Arizona, 156-96-42; In 10th NHL season as coach, 427-252-107.ADDED: C Sam Gagner, C Joe Vitale, RW B.J. Crombeen, G Devan Dubnyk.LOST: RW Radim Vrbata, C Mike Ribeiro, D Derek Morris, LW Paul Bissonnette, G Thomas Greiss.PLAYER TO WATCH: C Antoine Vermette. As Ribeiro struggled late last season, Vermette surged to the forefront as Arizonas top centre. He led the Coyotes with 24 goals last season and is a superb two-way player a€” a perfect fit for Tippetts defence-first system. A bigger season could be on the horizon as the Coyotes lean on him more.OUTLOOK: The Coyotes should contend for a playoff spot in the Western Conference. Arizona lost captain Shane Doan for 12 games due to Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and goalie Mike Smith was out the final 10 games with a knee injury. Even with the injuries, the Coyotes finished two points out of the Wests final playoff spot. Stay relatively healthy and get back to their defensive ways, they might be in the mix again this season.___CALGARY FLAMESLAST SEASON: 35-40-7, 77 points, finished 13th in the Western Conference and missed the playoffs.COACH: Bob Hartley, fourth season with Calgary, 383-291-61-45 overall.ADDED: LW Brandon Bollig, D Deryk Engelland, G Jonas Hiller, LW Mason Raymond.LOST: D Chris Butler, LW Mike Cammalleri.PLAYER TO WATCH: Johnny Gaudreau. Offense was a major issue for the Flames, who finished 23rd and 24th, respectively, in goals per game (2.46) and power play percentage (15.7). Gaudreau, the reigning Hobey Baker winner, recorded 80 points (36 goals and 44 assists) in 40 games with Boston College.OUTLOOK: With the possible exception of John Tortorella, who attempted to fight his way into the Calgary dressing room during the first intermission of a Jan. 18 game in Vancouver to ostensibly express his displeasure about a line brawl following the opening faceoff, Hartley and the Flames earned praise around the NHL for their hardworking style of play. Even with the addition of Gaudreau and friends to the lineup, dont expect the Flames to change their modus operandi. But its too much to ask the Flames to compete for a playoff berth.___EDMONTON OILERSLAST SEASON: 29-44-7, 67 points, finished 14th in the Western Conference and missed the playoffs.COACH: Dallas Eakins, second season with the Oilers, 29-44-7.ADDED: D Mark Fayne, D Nikita Nikitin, F Benoit Pouliot, F Teddy Purcell.LOST: D Anton Belov, C Sam Gagner, LW Ryan Smyth.PLAYER TO WATCH: Justin Schultz: The Oilers signed the defenceman to a one-year, $3,675,000 deal on Aug. 29. Why one year? Justin is going to be a great player and a great Oiler. What we wanted to do as an organization is buyy ourselves a little bit of time to negotiate a long-term deal, general manager Craig MacTavish said.dddddddddddd. We as an organization wanted a little more information, fully aware information can be expensive.OUTLOOK: Six straight years of drafting in the top 10 and stockpiling high-end young talent without showing tangible on-ice improvement tends to create skepticism.___LOS ANGELES KINGSLAST SEASON: 46-28-8, 100 points. Finished third in Pacific Division. Won the Stanley Cup.COACH: Darryl Sutter, 4th season with Kings, 98-57-24; 15th overall in NHL.ADDED: RW Adam Cracknell.LOST: D Willie Mitchell, C Colin Fraser.PLAYER TO WATCH: D Brayden McNabb. Mitchells departure was the only significant change to the Kings championship roster, and they hope the bruising McNabb can make the full-time NHL leap into his spot.OUTLOOK: This tenacious, balanced team has won two of the last three Stanley Cup titles, playing a record 64 post-season games in that stretch. Theres no reason to think the Kings cant contend for three crowns in four years, an NHL feat that hasnt been accomplished since Edmonton did it in 1990.___SAN JOSE SHARKSLAST SEASON: 51-22-9, 111 points. Lost to Los Angeles in first round of playoffs.COACH: Todd McLellan, 7th season with Sharks, 271-130-57; seventh overall in NHL.ADDED: F John Scott, F Tye McGinn, D Taylor Fedun.LOST: D Dan Boyle, D Brad Stuart, F Marty Havlat.PLAYER TO WATCH: Joe Thornton. Despite finishing second in the league in assists last season, Thornton was stripped of his captaincy this summer in response to the Sharks playoff collapse against Los Angeles. San Jose became the fourth NHL team to lose a best-of-seven series after winning the first three games. That prompted a search for new leaders. Thornton expressed no desire to leave San Jose but how he reacts to the new role and how he plays this season will be key questions going forward.OUTLOOK: The Sharks began the off-season with general manager Doug Wilson talking of rebuilding and becoming a tomorrow team after being a Stanley Cup contender for most of the past decade. Wilson has altered his stance a bit and the players still believe this team can compete with the other powers out West. Much of the success will hinge on continued improvement from younger core players like Marc-Edouard Vlasic, Logan Couture and Tomas Hertl; Brent Burns move back to defence from forward; and more depth on the bottom two lines to take pressure off Thornton and Patrick Marleau.___VANCOUVER CANUCKSLAST SEASON: 36-35-11, finished 12th in the Western Conference and missed the playoffs.COACH: Willie Desjardins, first season with the Canucks.ADDED: C Nick Bonino, LW Derek Dorsett, G Ryan Miller, D Luca Sbisa, RW Radim Vrbata.LOST: RW Zac Dalpe, D Jason Garrison, C Ryan Kesler, C Mike Santorelli, C Jordan Schroeder.PLAYER TO WATCH: Ryan Miller. On June 29, 2013, the Canucks had a goaltending tandem of Roberto Luongo and Cory Schneider. When Vancouvers season ended 288 days later, the duo in net was Eddie Lack and Jacob Markstrom after Schneider and Luongo were traded. In a combined 45 games with Vancouver, Lack and Markstrom were 17-19-5 with a 2.39 goals against average and .908 save percentage. Miller, who was signed to a three-year, $18 million free agent deal, has a 2.55 GAA and .916 save percentage the last four seasons.OUTLOOK: The dismissals of coach John Tortorella and Kesler, traded to Anaheim, can be seen as addition by subtraction. Keslers in-season trade request became a distraction for a team whose 2013-14 campaign was an unmitigated failure. So the Canucks can do nothing but improve in 2014-15. Will there be enough improvement to qualify for a playoff berth? That may be too much to ask for a team in the tough Western Conference. Cheap Jerseys China NFL Jerseys Cheap NBA Jerseys Wholesale NHL Jerseys Wholesale MLB Jerseys Cheap Soccer Jerseys China Wholesale NCAA Jerseys Wholesale Football Jerseys Wholesale Basketball Jerseys Wholesale Baseball Jerseys ' ' '
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