NHL fights continue to decline, including with Golden Knights

If Rodney Dangerfield were still alive, he might be the only one who would take exception to what the Golden Knights have accomplished so far during their inaugural season.

“I went to a fight the other night and a hockey game broke out,” the legendary comedian famously said.

The chance of a fight breaking out at a Knights game was virtually nonexistent during the 2017-18 regular season.

SHORT DESCRIPTION (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

The Knights dropped the gloves only 16 times, ranking 27th among the 31 NHL teams in fisticuffs. Only San Jose, Winnipeg, Columbus and Carolina fought less. The Los Angeles Kings, whom the Knights face Wednesday night in Game 1 of their first-round series, ranked eighth with 30 bouts.

With the playoffs looming, don’t expect the Knights to suddenly start putting up a fight now. At least not a literal one.

Playoff hockey has a reputation for being close checking and low-scoring with a paucity of rough stuff. With so much riding on every game, teams simply cannot risk instigating a fight and giving the other side a power play, or having key players in the penalty box serving five-minute major penalties.

Combine that mindset with a precipitous drop in fighting overall that continues to plummet, and it’s easy to see why the man manning the penalty box gate might want to bring a book of crossword puzzles to the arena during the playoffs.

Engelland swings

“(Tough) guys coming in now need to be able to play a normal role as well,” Knights alternate captain Deryk Engelland said of the enforcer role having virtually been eliminated and the decrease in fighting since he turned pro.

“Back in the day it was more a few lines going, with your third and fourth lines sprinkled in. Now it’s all four lines rolling and you’ve got to play a complete game. There still is (fighting) here and there. But a lot of guys aren’t doing it anymore. When you’re (ahead) in games on the road, you don’t want to get the crowd into it with a fight and stuff like that. So it’s a little different now than it used to be, for sure.”

Even Engelland plays a lot differently than he used to.

Since turning pro in 1988-89, he has accumulated more than 100 penalty minutes in eight seasons with a high of 199 in 2002-03 when he skated for the Moose Jaw Warriors of the rambunctious Western Hockey League. As recently as last year, when he played in 81 of 82 games for the Calgary Flames, the full-time resident of Las Vegas accrued 85 penalty minutes.

This season he had only 24.

Never one to back down from a fight, Engelland was a participant in only one during the regular season. He and the Kings’ Kurtis MacDermid dropped gloves on Sept. 26. Dropyourgloves.com scored it a draw.

Even more remarkable than Engelland scrapping only once during the regular season is that he is tied with 11 other Knights for third place in fights. Luca Sbisa and Brayden McNabb are the only Knights who have thrown knuckle sandwiches multiple times, and each has had but two fights.

It should be noted that midseason acquisition Ryan Reaves fought six times, but all were with Pittsburgh. When he was added to the roster and the team went into a minifunk, Knights fans complained about the added muscle disrupting team chemistry.

When Gerard Gallant was named coach, many local hockey enthusiasts expected the Golden Knights to adopt an aggressive style mirroring the man behind the bench when he played. Gallant liked to fight almost as much as he liked to score goals. He tallied 30 or more goals in four seasons for the Red Wings during which he also was assessed more than 200 minutes in penalties.

Given the Knights’ free-flowing skating style that emphasizes speed rather than brawn, one would think he had been a perennial contender for the Lady Byng Trophy for sportsmanship.

Before the Knights departed on a season-ending road trip, Gallant was asked about the first round of the playoffs becoming more “unstructured” than the regular season as teams attempt to send messages and establish postseason tones.

“I wouldn’t say unstructured,” he said about how the team would approach a best-of-7 series with the more physical Los Angeles Kings, before it was known it would be the Kings. “I would say there’s more energy, there’s more contact, there’s more effort out there.

“Guys work hard, they compete hard, they’re pretty excited to get in the playoffs. It’s like I said, after a game or after two games or after the first round, you see a different style of play.

“We’re not going to change the way we play. I’m saying there’s more energy in the (first-round) games. A lot of the guys in the NHL today are not guys who pound the body all the time. Probably the first few shifts of the first game, more guys will finish checks.”

Pugnacious playoffs

Back in the long ago days when enforcers roamed the hockey planet wreaking great havoc, the Philadelphia Flyers and Montreal Canadiens were a couple of teams known for finishing their checks.

Especially the Flyers. The Flyers of yesteryear liked to finish checks with their fists.

It was May 14, 1987, that the Flyers and Canadiens squared off in what many consider the greatest brawl in Stanley Cup playoffs history.

It started before the game.

Before the officials were even on the ice.

At the end of pregame warmups, after most players had adjourned to their dressing rooms, Montreal’s Claude Lemieux attempted to fire a puck into the empty Philadelphia net — a customary act of Lemiuex’s which the Flyers’ Ed “Boxcar” Hospodar and goalie Glenn “Chico” Resch took as an insult.

They jumped onto the ice and started a donnybrook that lasted 10 minutes, mostly because the referee and linesmen were nowhere to be found. Players from both sides charged from their dressing rooms sans jerseys and other equipment to take part in the free-for-all.

For which no penalties were assessed, because this all happened before the first puck was dropped.

Thunder down under

Longtime Las Vegas hockey fans may recall the first playoff series in the city’s pro hockey existence. During the 1994 International Hockey League first-round Turner Cup playoff series pitting the San Diego Gulls against the Las Vegas Thunder, Las Vegas’ Jim Kyte kneed San Diego star Hubie McDonough during the last minute of a game the Thunder was destined to lose.

The brawl that ensued turned San Diego Arena into a WWE cage match.

The teams were assessed 151 minutes in penalties and nine game misconducts, six of which went to the Thunder. Clint Malarchuk, the Las Vegas goalie, was responsible for two. The “Cowboy Goalie” also received two minutes for leaving his crease, two minutes for instigating a fight and five minutes for participating in one when he skated the length of the ice to punch out Gulls counterpart Allan Bester in a mismatch of former NHL netminders.

The Thunder’s Marc Rodgers got into a shouting match with fans behind the Las Vegas bench. Rodgers hurled his stick into the crowd, breaking the nose of a female fan.

Afterward, in a scene right out of the movie “Slap Shot,” police knocked on the door of the Thunder dressing room, looking for Rodgers. By then he was hiding under bags in the back of the equipment truck for the ride back to Las Vegas.

Playoff hockey. You gotta love it.

Bob Strumm, who was the Thunder general manager and went on to become director of pro scouting for the NHL’s Columbus Blue Jackets, said brawls such as those rarely happen anymore, because the game has changed so drastically.

“It’s pretty simple from my end,” the longtime Las Vegas resident said about the dearth of fighting. “The game has become so fast and so wide open with all the rule changes since the turn of the century with no holding and no hooking and no interference in center ice. A lot of the bigger and slower guys (qualities that describe most enforcers) can’t play in the league anymore.”

Strumm agrees with Engelland. He said whereas most teams played with two lines of skaters and a third checking line a generation ago, now almost every NHL team plays four lines of skaters on almost every night.

“There’s no room for the tough guy,” he said.

Hammer’s time ceases

NHL fighting statistics then and now gives credence to Strumm’s opinion.

During the the 1987-88 season, when the league had only 21 teams, there were 1,100 fights in 841 games — an average of 1.31 fights per game, an all-time high.

During the just concluded regular season, 31 teams combined for 322 fights in 1,271 games — an average of 0.25 fights per game, threatening the all-time low of 0.19 during the 1961-62 season when only six teams skated.

Bob “The Hammer” Fleming, who owns a bar and lounge in Henderson called Hammer’s, spent 12 seasons as a minor league tough guy during which he logged three 20-goal seasons and eight seasons of at least 100 penalty minutes, with a high of 219.

He agrees with Strumm’s view that new hockey rules have by and large phased enforcers out of the game, while adding that it’s probably a good thing most of the time.

But not all of the time.

“First of all, I want to say the game is in great shape,” Fleming said recently while seated in a back booth at his bar just around the corner from the College of Southern Nevada campus. “It’s a really good product on the ice, (although) I’d like to see a little more hitting.”

When Fleming was with the Buffalo Sabres, he fought legendary tough guy Stu “The Grim Reaper” Grimson of the Chicago Blackhawks twice in the same period during a preseason game at old Chicago Stadium.

“When guys throw a big hit and want to fight right away, I don’t think that’s the right time,” Fleming said. “But when somebody takes advantage of one of your smaller guys, or when there’s some bad use of the stick or a really cheap hit from behind or something, I think you could cut some of that down with guys just doing their job of enforcing.

“But there’s really not much of the enforcer role left — very minuscule.”

Fleming also mentioned how rules adjustments, such as players being assessed a penalty for instigating fights, changed how the game is coached and played.

“I think one part of it is guys are a little leery of some of these potent power plays,” said Fleming, who also engaged former Thunder tough guy Kirk Tomlinson in a couple of memorable brawls (one before the game started) that can be viewed on YouTube. “If someone takes a double minor or a five-minute penalty without somebody being on the other side of that, (the other team) might score a couple of goals and really put you in a hole.

“It’s so competitive. You look at the Western division from third to eighth where there’s a difference of like six points. It’s really a battle of attrition to get to the playoffs. But then you look at the L.A. Kings and they’re grinding people up pretty good.

“They’re not fighting a lot, but they’re hitting and they’re cutting people off and they’re forcing them down the wall and doing the trap and those kind of things so …”

So, as Gerard Gallant says, you might see the Golden Knights try to finish checks in their first-round series against the Kings that starts Wednesday night at T-Mobile Arena.

“But we’re fast,” said Bob “The Hammer” Fleming, a proud Knights season-ticket holder.

“That’s our forte.”

More Golden Knights: Follow all of our Golden Knights coverage online at reviewjournal.com/GoldenKnights and @HockeyinVegas on Twitter.

Contact Ron Kantowski at rkantowski@reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0352. Follow @ronkantowski on Twitter.

ad-high_impact_4
Golden Knights Videos
Golden Edge Facebook live at City National Arena
Ed Graney and John Katsilometes are live at Golden Knights practice at City National Arena to preview the team's upcoming Stanley Cup playoff series against the San Jose Sharks.
Golden Edge: Knights eager to get back on the ice
Zac Pacleb gives a practice report, including how the Golden Knights feel about the long wait between sweeping the Los Angeles Kings and playing the San Jose Sharks.
Gallant gives an update on Reilly Smith and San Jose prep
Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant talked to the media after Monday's practice, including an update on Reilly Smith as well as how the long wait has impacted his team.
Players talk about the long wait before playing San Jose
Alex Tuch, Reilly Smith and Jonathan Marchessault discuss their thoughts about the upcoming series against the San Jose Sharks as well as how they feel about the long wait between games.
Golden Edge: Knights take a day off ahead of its series against San Jose
Zac Pacleb talks about the Golden Knights taking the day off, including what Gerard Gallant had to say about players who haven't seen any playing time in the playoffs.
Gerard Gallant talks on the Golden Knights' day off
Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant talks on the Golden Knights' day off ahead of their series with the San Jose Sharks.
Golden Knights Talk About Practice And Prepping For Sharks
Golden Knights Defenseman Brayden McNabb and Nate Schimdt talk about the upcoming games against the Sharks. Head coach Gerard Gallant talks about Brayden McNabb's role on the ice.
Golden Edge: Knights Practice after sweeping the LA Kings
Elaine Wilson and David Schoen were live at City National Arena for the Golden Knights first practice since sweeping the LA Kings in round one.
Golden Knights fan Dee Dravnieks of Perth, Australia
Golden Knights hockey fan Dee Dravnieks of Perth, Australia, talks about traveling more than 9,500 miles to see her favorite hockey team play in Las Vegas and Canada. (Ron Kantowski/ Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Tickets on sale Monday for Knights’ series vs. San Jose
Tickets for the second-round series between the Golden Knights and the San Jose Sharks go on sale at noon Monday. Less than 1,000 tickets will be available per game. Prices range from $125 to $495, a 30 to 40 percent increase from the first round. There is a four-ticket maximum per game per purchase. Standing room for both the Tower Deck and upper balcony areas will also be on sale Monday.
Station Casinos offers free wagers on Golden Knights to win Cup
Station Casinos will offer free bets on the Vegas Golden Knights to win the Stanley Cup. The locals casino company announced a promotion offering free wagers ranging from $5 to $250 on the team who wins hockey’s most coveted trophy. Thousands of invited holders of Station’s Boarding Pass loyalty card will receive an offer by mail to swipe their cards Monday at kiosks at seven properties. A winning ticket could cash for up to $1,000. The Golden Knights are now the 4-1 co-favorites with the Nashville Predators to claim the NHL championship.
Golden Edge: Knights Sweep Playoff Series Against Kings
Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond, Golden Knights beat reporters Steve Carp and David Schoen go over the Golden Knights win against the Kings. The Golden Knights now have swept the series against the Kings in the first rounds of the playoffs.
Gerard Gallant talks about Game 4 and series win
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant talks about his team getting a series sweep over the LA Kings.
Golden Knights players react to sweeping the Kings
James Neal, Reilly Smith and Brayden McNabb talk after the Golden Knights' 1-0 win to sweep the Los Angeles Kings.
Marc-Andre Fleury talks about the Game 4 win
Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury talks about the Golden Knights 1-0 win in Game 4 to sweep the Los Angeles Kings.
Vanderburg Elementary cheers on the Golden Knights with mascot Chance, Golden Aces cheerleaders
Students at Vanderburg Elementary wrote an original song for a #KnightUp contest from the Vegas Golden Knights. They won the contest and hosted Knights mascot Chance and the Golden Aces cheerleaders for a pep rally. Over 300 students came together to cheer on the Knights as they head into their fourth playoff game.
Golden Edge: Knights have a chance to sweep the Kings
Bryan Salmond talks to David Schoen about the Golden Knights' playoff success as well as some of the best moments from our one-on-one interview with a few of the players.
Gerard Gallant talks about Game 3
Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant reflects on Game 3 and the Golden Knights upcoming chance to sweep the Los Angeles Kings.
Neal, Fleury and Marchessault talk about the team's playoff performance
James Neal, Marc Andre Fleury and Jonathan Marchessault discuss the team's performance so far in the playoffs and what it needs to do to close out the Los Angeles Kings.
Erik Haula talks about his interaction with Kopitar
Golden Knights forward Erik Haula discusses his controversial moment in Game 3 with Anže Kopitar.
Golden Edge: Knights take 3-0 lead against the Kings
Bryan Salmond recaps the Golden Knights 3-2 win over the Los Angeles Kings in Game 3.
Golden Knights fans see the team off to Los Angeles
Golden Knights fans waited outside of City National Arena to send off the team as it head to Los Angeles for games three and four of its playoff series against the Kings.
Golden Knights use fitness to grab 2-0 series lead
A day after beating the Kings 2-0 in double overtime, Golden Knights players credited their conditioning. "Your body is tired, but your mind is still racing," said forward Reilly Smith. "The crowd was unbelievable." A season-high gathering of 18,588 at T-Mobile Arena helped inspire the Knights to victory. "This is why we put in so much extra work all summer long," said defenseman Jon Merrill. "For a game like that." The series continues with Game 3 at Staples Center on Sunday night.
Golden Knights React To Winning In Double Ot Against Kings
The Golden Knights react to their double overtime win against the Kings.
Golden Edge: Knights Beat Kings In Double OT
Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond and Golden Knights beat writers Steve Carp and David Schoen go over the Golden Knights double overtime win against the Kings.
Golden Edge: Knights Win In Double OT
Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond goes over the Golden Knights win in double overtime.
Knights success far exceeds LVCVA's tourism goals
Several months ago, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority set out to market the city as the sports capital of the world. With the addition of the Golden Knights and the Raiders, LVCVA saw the perfect opportunity to do so. The Knights' success and current Stanley Cup playoff run has resulted in a marketing marriage with Las Vegas that has been far more successful than anyone could have imagined. This season, the Knights have managed to unite the community and made hockey fans around the country take notice. “The Knights, in my mind, really put the exclamation point that we’re the sports capital of the world, not only what they’ve done on the ice in this historic season but how they brought the community together." Lisa Motley, director of sports marketing and special events for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority Professional sports have been a staple for Las Vegas for decades with championship boxing matches, PGA golf tour events and the National Finals Rodeo. But big-league teams kept their distance from Nevada, due to lingering fears of sports betting somehow influencing games. "Las Vegas stands for something much more extensive and expansive now than what it once did" David Carter, executive director of the University of Southern California's Marshall Sports Business Institute
Golden Edge: Jackie Redmond interview
Bryan Salmond interviews NHL Network host Jackie Redmond about the atmosphere and vibe around T-Mobile Arena and the Golden Knights.
Schmidt, Karlsson talk ahead of Game 2
Golden Knights players Nate Schmidt and William Karlsson discuss their team before squaring off against the Los Angeles Kings in Game 2.
Gerard Gallant talks ahead of Game 2
Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant gives an update on his team before Game 2, including status updates on David Perron and William Carrier.
Golden Edge: Knights give Vegas a night to remember
Bryan Salmond, Ed Graney and Steve Carp recap the Golden Knights playoff-opening win over the Los Angeles Kings.
Golden Knights players on their 1-0 win over the Kings
Vegas Golden Knights players speak on what went well for them to capture a 1-0 win over the LA Kings in the first game of the playoff series.
Gallant pleased with Golden Knights effort in 1-0 win over Kings
Vegas Golden Knights head coach Gerard Gallant spoke about the team's effort on all fronts in their 1-0 victory in their first-ever playoff game against the L.A. Kings.
Golden Edge quick wrap
Bryan Salmond recaps the Vegas Golden Knights win over the LA Kings.
Smith Glad To Be Back In Lineup
The Golden Knights forward missed 15 games with an upper-body injury, (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Hunt Said Buses Are Where Hockey Team Unity Gets Fostered
The Golden Knights defenseman was fortunate to have avoided any accidents while riding the bus in his hockey career. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Saskatchewan Native Brayden McNabb On The Humboldt Bus Tragedy
The Golden Knights defenseman knows the area well where the junior hockey team’s bus collided with a truck Friday and left 14 people dead. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights raise banner honoring Oct. 1 shooting victims
Golden Knights raise banner honoring Oct. 1 shooting victims. On a night when the Golden Knights were looking to lock up the Pacific Division title and secure a championship banner, the team unveiled a banner of its own Saturday. The banner honors the 58 victims of the Oct. 1 Strip shooting. Knights majority owner and chairman Bill Foley and general manager George McPhee also were on the ice, along with the family of shooting victim Neysa Tonks.
Golden Knights playoff tickets go on sale Monday
The Golden Knights clinched a playoff spot Monday night, and now officials are revealing how fans can get tickets. The hottest tickets in town are going on sale Monday morning on the Golden Knights website. There will be less than 1,000 tickets made available for public sale at 10 a.m. Monday. Tickets will only be sold on a single-game basis. Are you planning to go to any Golden Knights playoff games?
Fleury notches milestone as Golden Knights stun Flyers 3-2
Marc-Andre Fleury became just the 13th goalie to reach 400 wins in his NHL career. Fleury stopped 38 shots and led the Golden Knights to a 3-2 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers Monday night. Others in the 400-win club are Martin Brodeur, Patrick Roy, Terry Sawchuk, Jacques Plante, Tony Esposito, Glenn Hall and current contemporaries Roberto Luongo and Henrik Lundqvist. “It’s a nice number to reach and all the guys in front of me I have great respect for and it’s cool to be part of that list,” Fleury said. Fleury played his entire career with the Pittsburgh Penguins, before being picked by the Golden Knights in the 2017 expansion draft.
Rookie Whitecloud Anxious To Learn About Life In Nhl
The former Bemidji State defenseman was in Buffalo Saturday but did not play for the Knights vs. the Sabres. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Jon Merrill glad to be back in Newark
The Golden Knights defenseman had played for the New Jersey Devils before joining the Knights. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal )
Vegas Golden Knights, US Army look to settle trademark dispute
The Golden Knights are looking to settle their trademark dispute with the U.S. Army. Both sides have been in a trademark dispute over the name “Golden Knights” and the primary colors of gray, gold and black. The Army says the hockey team’s use of Golden Knights as a trademark causes confusion with its parachute team. They are also known as the Golden Knights. The Army filed its complaint with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Jan. 10. The Golden Knights filed a settlement motion with the patent office’s trademark trial and appeal board on Jan. 25. The motion gives the team 90 days to resolve issues with the Army. “We’re trying to form a joint use agreement where both sides can continue to have their name."
Golden Knights forecheck
At first glance, the Knights’ 1-2-2 forecheck doesn't look unusual. But it’s the aggression the Knights use that makes their forecheck unique. “They’re a tenacious team." - Flyers coach Dave Hakstol The Knights are second in the NHL with 642 takeaways. “I think it’s a good indicator when we’re playing well is when our forecheck is going.” - center Erik Haula
Nolan Patrick Adjusting To NHL
The Philadelphia Flyers rookie Center talked about his game on Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018 at T-Mobile Arena. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on the recent road trip
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on the team's recent road trip Saturday at City National Arena. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on his team's injury woes
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant on his team's injury woes Saturday at City National Arena. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights logo proves popular at No. 4 in NHL merchandise
The Golden Knights’ name and sharp-looking logo may not be big with the United States Army these days. But fans seem to like it. A lot. According to Fanatics, which oversees the league’s online shop, the Knights rank No. 4 in the NHL when it comes to merchandise sales. The New York Rangers are the No. 1 team in sales, followed by the two-time defending Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins.
Fleury's impact on Pittsburgh lasting long after his time there
Marc-Andre Fleury has had a greater impact on Pittsburgh than just on the ice Fleury and his wife opened a playground at a Pennsylvania Boys and Girls Club The Sto-Ken-Rox Boys & Girls Club is located in McKees Rock, where more than 35 percent of residents live in poverty. The playground opened last year before Fleury started playing for the Golden Knights Fleury financed the construction of a state-of-the-art playground, as well as sports equipment to play hockey.
Ryan Carpenter Glad To Contribute To Golden Knights Win
The forward had a goal and an assist in the 4-3 victory over the Capitals Sunday , Feb. 4, 2018 in Washington D.C. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Gerard Gallant Pleased With Knights Bounce-back Effort
The coach liked the way his team skated in the 4-3 win over Washington Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Alex Tuch On Golden Knights Resilient Win Over Capitals
The forward scored the game-winner Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018 in Washington, D.C. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nate Schmidt Returns To Washington
The Golden Knights defenseman talked about his time with the Capitals Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018 in Washington D.C. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Jason Zucker on his big season, fatherhood, Golden Knights’ success
Minnesota Wild forward Jason Zucker, who is from Las Vegas, says he is pleased with his play and the way the Knights have captured the hearts of his hometown speaking before the game Friday, Feb. 2, 2018 in St. Paul, Minn. (Steve Carp/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
James Neal On Representing The Golden Knights At The Nhl All-star Game
James Neal on representing the Golden Knights at the NHL All-Star Game on Sunday in Tampa, Florida. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights Goaltender Marc-andre Fleury On The All-star Game
Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury talks about the NHL All-Star Game on Sunday in Tampa, Florida. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Golden Knights Goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury On All-star Weekend
Marc-Andre Fleury talks about representing the Golden Knights at the NHL All-Star Game on Sunday in Tampa, Florida. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
TOP NEWS
News Headlines
Events
Home Front Page Footer Listing
Circular
You May Like

You May Like