Charm andcuff bracelets are a big buzz, offered in silver, gold or mixed metals. Cuffbracelets, in particular, have been the trendy item for the past severalseasons, and more options will be seen throughout the year Earrings Chandelier, hoop, beaded or stud. Earrings, no matter the style,offer a unique accent to a woman's face and neck. Davis recommends thinkingabout the recipient's favorite color and the type of accessories she usuallywears and incorporating these into the gift choice Rings. "Diamonds are a girl's best friend," is a familiar saying, but intoday's fashion world, the gems of choice have expanded. mega lets me down with a lack of updated hockey photos. At least the photo fits the game from Thursday night.The Stars and Sharksmatchup in San Jose on Thursday night was a dream come true, and delivered a real battle, not just on the scoreboard, stats sheet, or in highlights, it was a real, old school throwback to the style of hockey that started the rivalry back in the '90s and moreover it had the look of playoff hockey.Additionally, good news leaving the game was that Dallas actually won in the shootout.
I'll allow you a moment to re-read that previous line, because you didn't read it wrong.The real big news of the game didn't happen until the third period, which found Dallas down 2-1 with about half the game left. As stated the game had a playoff atmosphere, and the San Jose fans showed they are among the best in the NHL by making HP Pavilion a difficult arena for a team like Dallas to play in.The Stars played, and checked hard and so did San Jose and the 2-2 score after regulation was a good representation of the fact the two teams were as evenly matched as Andy Bensch and mysel f said. Furthermore, the play on Thursday night makes even more proof that the likely winner of the Sharks/Stars series will likely win the Pacific Division.Besides the proverbial monkey off the back by winning in the shootout, thanks to an impressive goal by defenseman Stephane Robidas the Stars pulled are currently within two points of the Los Angeles Kings for second in the division.Unfortunately unless Dallas starts getting consistent wins San Jose could run away with it (like they usually do) points wise.With two games remaining on their road trip, the Stars gained valuable points before meeting Phoenix and Detroit. Both teams have a lot of talent but thanks to a hard fought battle on the Stars end, and a spectacular performance by Marty Turco the Stars began their road trip in perfect fashion.The Stars meet the Coyotes in Glendale on Saturday night at 7pm. The game will be telecast on FSN-Southwest, and could be a good indicator of if the Stars can, and will seize momentum from the important victory in San Jose. Ken Armer is a Community Leader for the NHL and the Dallas Stars for Bleacher Report.
He also covers the Anaheim Ducks for SoCalSportsHub and covers the Texas and Dallas Stars for Hockey54 He can be contacted at karmer.. (Adds Senator Kerry remarks) BRUSSELS, Jan 12 (Reuters) - The EU declared on Monday it was ready to organise a donors' conference urgently for Gaza and a senior U.S. official said the United States should take part and press a major Palestinian humanitarian initiative. "Czech Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg is prepared to call an international donors' conference," it said in a statement. "The Czech presidency is prepared to assume this task as soon as possible." U.S.
Senator John Kerry, incoming chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committte, told Reuters in an interview: "There needs to be a major Palestinian humanitarian initiative. And we should take part in that, Israel should, the world should." Asked if the United States should attend a donors' conference if one is organized by the EU, Kerry said, "I think absolutely the United States should take part in a donors' conference, be involved." Kerry, a Masschusetts Democrat, was beaten by President George W Bush in the 2004 presidential election. The EU gave no precise date for a conference, adding that Schwarzenberg believed that "now is the moment to seriously consider steps to be taken as soon as a ceasefire is reached". The Czech Republic took over the rotating six-month presidency of the EU from France on Jan. 1.(Reporting by Mark John and Jan Lopatka; editing by Dale Hudson and Ralph Boulton).