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He would also frustrate Canucks coach Travis Green — his junior mentor in Portland — with poor puck decisions during a 5-3 home-ice setback to San Jose on March 17 in which he failed to get to the point to properly block a key goal. However, much like Derrick Pouliot — another Winterhawks junior schooled by Green who has yet to reach his potential — there is more intrigue than indifference in Leipsic. He had three shots and nine attempts in that Sharks loss, including two late-game scoring chances. He logged a career-high 21:12 with seven regulars out of the lineup. He also got an earful from Green after failing to get the puck deep in the second period, which resulted in the Canucks getting pinned in their own zone. “Sometimes you don’t make it on the scoresheet, even though you make some nice plays, but you’ve got to be reliable defensively,” Leipsic said at the time. “You want to be a reliable player, or you’re not going to last in the league too long.” The Canucks will find it difficult to manufacture offence next season and that might be Leipsic’s ticket to stick.
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Deadly game of Russian roulette in The Nightmare Room Angie Smith plays Helen and Sarah Wynne Kordas plays Catherine in The Nightmare Room, presented by Tabs Productions at the Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield, from September 13 to 15. Two women, one locked room, one bottle of poison. When Helen regains consciousness, she finds herself bound and blindfolded. Her captor, best friend Catherine, challenges her to a deadly game of Russian roulette to decide which of them will win the prize, the handsome film star they both desire. But the game – like the room – is far from what it seems ... If you’re a fan of mystery thrillers, check out The Nightmare Rom at the Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield, from September 13-15. The British Theatre Guilde has described the play as “an outstanding piece of theatre. It’s chilling, thrilling stuff that keeps you guessing right until the end.” Inspired by Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic thriller, The Nightmare Rooms has been penned by John Goodrum and will be presented by Tabe Productions, which produced the critically acclaimed Mindgame. Performances are at 7.30pm with a Saturday matinee at 3pm. Details: Tickets £20.20 or £19.20. Call 01235 345222 or go to www.chesterfieldtheatres.co.uk
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