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As you probably already noticed we have a new gallery, and new thumbnails as well! :tada:

The main difference is that thumbnails won't be cropped anymore. This caused problems especially when displaying very tall/wide images. Check out how much better these multi-monitor wallpapers look now :grin:

The thumbnails now also look better, there's a night and day difference if you're browsing the website via a high pixel-density screen.

Oh, and we migrated to a new server! Lack of hard disk space won't be a problem for a long time :muscle:

There are still a few minor details to improve, but you shouldn't experience any noticeable problem. In case you do, please let us know.

What do you think about it?

pere's avatar

'ah muy bien las actualizaciones me gusta mucho ademas las fotos se ven mas grandes y realza mas una pregunta las fotos ya eliminadas se quitaran ellas solas no? o hay que quitarlas no se pero me gustaria que esas fotos desapareciera como antes gracias y lo dicho enhorabuena me gusta mucho mas un abrazo

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I loved the change. CONGRATULATIONS! :clap: :clap: :+1: :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

LucasSantos's avatar

It's looking amazing, so awesome. Well done!!

mamaru's avatar

the innovations have been very nice !!!! congratulations :+1: :+1: :+1:

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The preview is better. :+1:

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Playing in the new West Division this season might be a boon for the Blues, if not just for the absence of the Nashville Predators. The Preds had the Blues number last season, going 4-0 against them (the Blues managed a loss in bonus hockey) and helping make the push for the top spot in the West a little tighter than it shoulde been between the Blues and Avalanche. The Blues play the rest of the Western Division teams pretty well, and in most assessments of the new division, theye part of a three-way competition for the top playoff seed. The Blues Jaden Schwartz Pet Jersey, the Avalanche, and the Vegas Golden Knights are the popular consensus teams from most media outlets, regardless of how the Blues flailed about in the playoff bubble. The Blues don have to see the Predators, Vegas doesn have to deal with the Dallas Stars, and the Avalanche, well, they should be able to feast on the California teams. Each team plays the other team eight times, for a total of 16 possible points on the line. There no cushion of losing points to a team outside of your division, or outside of the conference - if a team loses, their opponent gains ground, full stop. There not a lot of wiggle room, especially against teams that the Blues have had a problem with. If you think that just because Nashville in a different division that it a clear path for the Blues, think again. Other than the Golden Knights and the Avalanche, the Blues have one other opponent in the West to watch out for: the Arizona Coyotes. The Coyotes lost Taylor Hall to the Buffalo Sabres this off-season, and they don have a phenomenal offense past Clayton Keller and Phil Kessel, but their defense is lead by Oliver Ekman-Larsson and Niklas Hjalmarsson and their goaltending last season was better than anyone expected. Darcy Kuemper finished the season with a 2. 22 GAA and a . 928 save percentage. Their strong play didn continue into the playoffs, but Kuemper and Antti Raanta were both decent-ish enough to bump the Predators off. No, the Arizona Coyotes aren going to be the team that skyrockets to the top of the division, but they may be able to steal enough points from the Blues to prevent St. Louis from capturing the division. The Blues were 1-1-1 last season against the Coyotes, but they have had problems with Arizona going back a bit farther. They were 1-2-0 in 2018-2019, and 1-2-0 the season before. You have to go back to 2016-2017 to see a season where the Blues have beaten the Coyotes more than once. I realize that three or four games a season is a small sample size to work off of, and that each Blues team is different than the team before. In a season where neither team leaves the division and each team plays the other eight times, the points the Blues have let slip away in the past could add up pretty quickly. The Blues need to bank as many points against as many opponents as possible - that just common sense. Fans shouldn think that the Blues will only have to try against the Golden Knights and Avalanche, though. Theree eight teams in this division and four playoff spots. It presumptuous to think that any of the three early favorites are guaranteed one of those spots, and it unfair to forget about the teams who will be motivated to fight for that fourth.

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Patrik Laine and Jack Roslovic are no longer Winnipeg Jets. They have been traded to the Columbus Blue Jackets for Pierre-Luc Dubois and a third round pick. The Jets are also retaining 26% of Laine salary to keep the cap hits the same. Trading Laine and Roslovic was almost inevitable at the start of the season even though it was said that trading Laine and his salary would be hard in a flat cap world. It just so happened that Dubois also wanted to be traded and had a fairly heft salary Roslovic has not even been to Winnipeg as he is without contract. Dubois should help the Jets with their centre depth. Paul Stastny was always a stop-gap to an actual problem that Cole Perfetti would hopefully solve. Perfetti can now be a winger if they so choose and Dubois the centre. The Jets most likely have more insight on Dubois as his father is an assistant coach with the Manitoba Moose. He will have to quarantine for two weeks before playing. In trading Laine and Roslovic the Jets show how hollow their raft and develop talk is Joona Luoto Flag. Instead of working to retain two players who they drafted and developed; Laine especially was one they should have worked harder to keep, they show that they are more committed to keeping a mediocre coach who has never won anything and an aging captain who is paid too much vs. a young goal scorer. In the single game Laine played the season before getting hurt, we saw a player who was committed to being as engaged on the ice as he possibly could. Losing Roslovic does not hurt nearly as much. Roslovic was a typical bottom six player. He be fine in the place of Mason Appleton, but losing him isn nearly as big of a deal as losing Laine. Dubois should be able to replace Laine production, but the Jets will miss his ability to score a goal at the drop of a hat. Anyways, the Jets will have centres for days in a couple weeks.

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A big two points were earned by the Dallas Stars thanks in large part to a barrage of goals early in the game. Jason Robertson continued to make his case for Calder consideration with a snipe right past Sergei Bobrovsky just one minute into the game. Then Justin Dowling setup Joel Esperance just 49 seconds later on a cross-ice feed that found daylight under a sprawling Panthers defender to give the Stars a 2-0 lead less than two minutes into the game. After that initial sucker-punch of offense, the two teams started to settle into a groove. A power play opportunity by the Stars about midway through the opening frame gave them a 3-0 lead as Roope Hintz fed the puck to Joe Pavelski, who spotted Jamie Benn in the slot area. He settled the puck with his skate and then quickly snapped off a shot that picked the corner of Bobrovsky The majority of the second frame featured the two sides trading chances Marquiss Spencer Pet Jersey. Khudobin shutout looked to be broken on a wraparound attempt but the review showed the puck never crossed the line. In the dying seconds of the period, a broken played resulted in Aleksander Barkov putting the Panthers on the board. Sadly the defensive stylings of Andrej Sekera in the crease with Khudobin wasn enough to keep the puck out of the net. The three goal lead was restored by Robertson second goal of the game early into the third. Just 1:21 after the puck dropped, Robertson hit the zone with some speed and Hintz riding shotgun. With Hintz serving as a screen, Robertson appeared to be looking pass to a trailing teammate before he fired it from the slot area past Bobrovsky to make it 4-1. The rest of the period was uneventful, and the Stars take a solid two points A nice easy win in a season where that hasn been the case more often tha not. Good change of pace.

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The Minnesota Wild have been spiraling as of late. Despite their strong start to the season and every casual observer jumping on the bandwagon with Kirill Kaprizov creating every single highlight reel with a flick of his wrist, a 3-3-2 record in their last 8 games isn the makings of a team that wants to take a deep run into the playoffs. Especially when you consider how disastrous their underlying numbers have been Brad Hunt T-Shirt. Through the last 30 days, the Wild boast the 26th-ranked xGF% at 5-on-5 (44. 56) and the league worst CF% at 5-on-5 (42. 26) just absolute horrendous hockey coming from a team that has historically been well above-average in both metrics. And while it not smart to depend all on one player, the loss of Marcus Foligno has directly synced up to the decent to succumbing to every opponent. I'm not going to suggest one player can have this effect, but this is an impressive correlation between the games Marcus Foligno has missed (highlighted) and the Wild's xGF% going through the floor1Well, hopefully that trajectory stops and Minnesota returns to its former self. Just hours before Monday trade deadline, Michael Russo of The Athletic reported that Foligno is likely to return against the Blues. As of now, nothing cooking for mnwild on nhltradedeadline day. As for tonight game, good bet Marcus Foligno returns for the first time in 16 games and good chance injured Kevin Fiala misses his second game in a row. Morning skate in an hour Michael Russo (RussoHockey) April 12, 2021A quasi deadline acquisition, Foligno will be coming into a team that has really struggled to replace him in the lineup. Four ever-changing forward lines has been shuffled around as the Wild continue to try and secure some form of security against their top competition in the Colorado Avalanche and Vegas Golden Knights With the existing chemistry between Foligno and Jordan Greenway, I would not be surprised if we find them reuniting on the third line with Ryan Hartman as their center. Joel Eriksson Ek has graduated beyond the depth role he started this season with, and the powerful game-breaking trio might be put back together in desperate situations, but the offensive potential in Eriksson Ek playing with more skilled players, might be the move Dean Evason makes. We won truly know until puck drop, but no matter what, Foligno is coming back at the perfect time to halt this slide.

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