delSECUR CORPORATION, a Nevada Corporation based in South Burlington, Vermont (Pink Sheets: DLSC) announced today that its Board of Directors has accepted, subject to the approval of the majority of the shareholders entitled to vote, an agreement to purchase the Intellectual Property Assets of delSECUR CORPORATION. The consideration for such purchase will be in the form of a 49% interest in the shares of common stock of Q Tech Systems, Inc., an Ontario, Canada Corporation.The primary asset to be acquired by Q Tech is the del-ID technology, a patented device and system of authenticating individuals through biometric means invented by Pierre de Lanauze, the former President & CEO of delSECUR. Q Tech, which also develops and markets technologies to enhance security and identification processes, plans to incorporate the del-ID technology with its proprietary technology. “Q Tech will be immediately focusing on the invention of Pierre de Lanauze’s analog technology and believes it can make this combined technology commercially viable and bring it to the marketplace,” said Randall McCormick, delSECUR’s current CEO.Mr. McCormick further stated, “We believe this is a great opportunity for the advancement of the del-ID technology and puts our business plan and mission statement immediately into action without further delay.It is time to bring the del-Id technology to the next level and to test its capabilities. With this new alliance we are much closer to that goal.”delSECUR, a public company (Pink Sheets: DLSC) with its head office in S. Burlington, VT., is a technology development company of a unique authentication process based on abstract images of biological data collected from the fingers of living persons.This Press Release may contain forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements can be identified by terminology such as “will,” “expects,” “anticipates,” “future,” “intends,” “plans,” “believes,” “estimates,” and other similar statements. Statements that are not historical facts, including statements relating to anticipated future earnings, margins, and other operating results, future growth, construction plans and anticipated capacities, production schedules and entry into expanded markets are forward-looking statements. Such forward-looking statements, based upon the current beliefs and expectations of our management, are subject to risks and uncertainties, which could cause actual results to differ materially from the forward-looking statements and are subject to the risks normally associated with the completions of a corporate transaction. The information set forth herein should be read in light of such risks. We assume no obligation to update the information contained in this press release, except as required under applicable law. SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt., Aug. 4, 2009 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ —
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It took just two days of the 2015 McDan Open to get one of the best moments of the year.While top seeds were steamrolling their opponents at the Accra Sports Stadium Tennis Court,12 year old Naa Mckorley was quietly going toe-to-toe with Amelia Dodoo and the pre-teen won 6-1, 6-1.Let’s take a closer look at the youngster’s unforgettable performance, as well as the rest of the thrilling action from the Accra Sports Stadium Tennis Court .2015 McDan Open: Day 2 ScoresWomen’s Singles 1. Francisca Nyarko defeats Stella Essilfie 6-0, 6-1 2. Annett Cruickshank defeats Gifty Ahenful 6-0, 6-03. Faustina Tagoe defeats Pearl Mensah 6-1, 6-14. Kate Coleman defeats Sheila Essilfie 6-0, 5-0 (R)5. Naa Mckorley defeats Amelia Dodoo 6-1, 6-16. Grace Tomegah defeats Natasha Yalley 6-1,6-1 7. Abena Oti-Akenteng defeats Portia Allotey 6-0, 6-08. Miriam Blepo defeats Alabo Farida Dzifa W/O Men Singles1. Wisdom defeats Ahmed Quartey 6 3, 2 0 R 2. Bernard Dugbah defeats David Bona 6 0, 1 0 R3. Raymond Hayford defeats Emmanuel Nyan Plange 6 2, 6 34. Franklin Effah defeats Albert Nti 7 6(6), 6 15. Jonathan Quaye defeats Gabriel Atteh 4 6, 7 5, 6 36. Bernard Armah defeats Isaac Titriku 6 4 4 7. Charles Abugbila defeats Felix Hammond 4 6, 6 1, 6 28. George Darko defeats Benjamin Palm 6 3, 6 1Day 2 RecapHeadlining the prime-time session was a pair of players with 4 national ranking titles under their belts. George Darko handled Benjamin Palm in a two straight sets win,With defending Champion Jeff Bagerbaseh having ease over the last couple of tournaments, Jeff bagerbaseh entered as many pundits’ favorite. After putting up exciting performance at the opening ceremony, there’s no reason to alter that view. Francisca Nyarko was just as successful, beating Stella Essilfie in just 55 minutes. The rest of the favorites on the women’s side faired much better..In addition to Francisca, No.2 Annett Cruickshank and Former No.1 Kate Coleman each won in straight sets, looking extremely dominant in the process.Felix Hammond would have to upset Ghana’s No.15 Charles Abugbila No. 7 for that happen, but it’s safe to say the Winneba baseb just earned a lot more fans for his opener.Day 3 previewWednesday’s order of play with all the Top seeds leading the way – No. 3 Wisdom Na-AdjragoNo1 George Darko and No. 2 Jeff Bagerbaseh, Wisdom will be playing Bernard Dugbah at 9am.Followed by Kwabena Ofosu Bamfo against Charles AsomaniDefending Champion and No.2 seed Jeff Bagerbaseh will play Benjamin Ababio during the early session at the Accra Sport Stadium Tennis Court.No.1 seed George Darko will face Eric Tetteh Nartey.Other matches coming up on court 2: Francis Akpese will play Flankline Effah, Raymond Hayford will battles it out against Jonathan Quaye. Later in the day Charles Abuglila vs Benjamin Fumi and lastly Bernard Armah will play against Daniel Anum QuarteyIn the Women’s Singles: No.1 seed Francisca Nyarko will face 12 years old Naa Mckorley. Miriam Blepo who had easy walk over against Alabo Farida Dzifa will host former No.1 seed Kate Coleman.In the afternoon Grace Tormegah will face Faustina Tagoe. Last game in the Women’s Singles No.3 seed Annett Cruickshank will play Abena Oti Akenteng MATCHES TO WATCH – MEN Wisdom Na-Adjrago vs. Bernard DugbahBoth players were first runner-up doubles partners in the 1st National Ranking Tour. Wisdom who is right hand player comes out and gives everything he has without fanfare without flash; In Bernard who is left handed player always remains at the base line of the court picking all balls. The first time the two are meeting in Open Championship. Tomorrow at 9: 00 GMT on the center court will decide which of the two moves to the third round.Wisdom beat Ahmed Quartey on Monday to advance to the second round. While Dugbah outshined David Bona to reach the second roundWisdom reached the semifinals of the 2014 McDan, before falling to Jeff Bagerbaseh.–
Name Team All-Star appearancesPatrick Kane Chicago Blackhawks 8thNathan MacKinnon Colorado Avalanche 3rdRyan O’Reilly St. Louis Blues 2ndMikko Rantanen Colorado Avalanche 1stMark Scheifele Winnipeg Jets 1stBlake Wheeler Winnipeg Jets 2ndMiro Heiskanen Dallas Stars 1stRoman Josi Nashville Predators 2ndDevan Dubnyk Minnesota Wild 3rdPekke Rinne Nashville Predators 3rdPacific DivisionName Team All-Star appearancesJohnny Gaudreau Calgary Flames 5thClayton Keller Arizona Coyotes 1stConnor McDavid Edmonton Oilers 3rdJoe Pavelski San Jose Sharks 6thElias Pettersson Vancouver Canucks 1stBrent Burns San Jose Sharks6thDrew Doughty Los Angeles Kings 5thErik Karlsson San Jose Sharks 6thMarc-Andre Fleury Vegas Golden Knights 4thJohn Gibson Anaheim Ducks 2ndWhere TV channel is the 2019 NHL All-Star game on?The NHL All-Star Game will be aired nationally on NBC in the United States. CBC/Sportsnet is carrying the game for Canadian viewers.How to live stream the 2019 NHL All-Star gameThe game can also be live-streamed with fuboTV (7-day free trial) or online at NBCSports.com, by downloading the NBC Sports app or with an NHL.tv subscription. The 2019 NHL All-Star Game is headed to San Jose’s SAP Center, home of the Sharks, for the 64th running of hockey’s midseason celebration.For the fourth consecutive year, the format features a 3-on-3 tournament between the four divisions. The skills competition will take place 9 p.m. ET on Jan. 25. Each division has a fan-voted captain. Connor McDavid will represent the Pacific Division, Nathan MacKinnon will represent the Central Division and Auston Matthews will represent the Atlantic Division. Alex Ovechkin was selected as the captain for the Metropolitan Division but has since withdrew from the event.MORE: Watch NHL All-Star weekend live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)The All-Star jerseys will be made using plastic debris collected from bodies of water. Each jersey features the “Parley” logo for the Parley Ocean Plastic, which is a range of materials made from upcycled marine plastic debris. The uniforms are a black, white and heather grey color scheme with each individual logo in the center. The NHL has released this year’s All-Star jersey’s, which will all have team logos and be in black and white. Here’s a look at the Golden Knights’ home and aways- pic.twitter.com/3TWXyqrcsL— Jesse Granger (@JesseGranger_) January 9, 2019Here’s everything you need to know about the 2019 NHL ALL-Star Game, including complete rosters and TV information.When is the 2019 NHL All-Star Game?The NHL All-Star Game will be played on Jan. 26, 2019. Puck drop is set for 8 p.m. ET. NHL DRAFT 2019: SN’s mock draft 1.0 | Top 31 big boardWhere is the 2019 NHL All-Star Game being played?The NHL All-Star game is being played at the SAP Center, home of the San Jose Sharks, in San Jose, Calif. It’s the second time the franchise has hosted the event; it was also held in San Jose in 1997, when the Eastern Conference defeated the Western Conference, 11-7.Rosters for the 2019 NHL All-Star GameAtlantic DivisionName Team All-Star AppearancesJack Eichel Buffalo Sabres 2ndNikita Kucherov Tampa Bay Lightening 3rdAuston Matthews Toronto Maple Leafs 3rdDavid Pastrnak Boston Bruins 1stSteven Stamkos Tampa Bay Lightening 6thJohn Tavares Toronto Maple Leafs 6thThomas Chabot Ottawa Senators 1stKeith Yandle Florida Panthers 3rdJimmy Howard Detroit Red Wings 2ndAndrei Vasilevskiy Tampa Bay Lightening 2ndMetropolitan DivisionName Team All-Star appearancesSebastian Aho Carolina Hurricane 1stCam Atkinson Columbus Blue Jackets.2ndMathew Barzal New York Islanders1stSidney Crosby Pittsburgh Penguins 4thClaude Giroux Philadelphia Flyers 6thTaylor Hall New Jersey Devils 3rdJohn Carlson Washington Capitals 1stSeth Jones Columbus Blue Jackets 2ndBraden Holtby Washington Capitals 4thHenrik Lundqvist New York Rangers5thCentral Division
Colorado Avalanche head coach Jared Bednar told reporters Monday that Matt Calvert will be out indefinitely after he was hit in the head with a puck during Saturday’s 5-4 overtime win over the Vancouver Canucks.According to the team, Calvert is going through concussion protocol but has not yet been diagnosed with a concussion since Elias Pettersson’s shot struck him in the helmet. MORE: NHL players critical of Avalanche-Canucks officials for handling of Matt Calvert injuryThe blow left the 29-year-old forward sprawled on the ice and unable to stand in Colorado’s defensive zone Saturday with just minutes to play, but on-ice officials did not blow the whistle so he could be attended to by medical staff because the Canucks still had possession of the puck. Vancouver scored 13 seconds after Calvert was struck by the puck, which prompted several players to complain about player safety after the game.This is honestly terrible pic.twitter.com/WUXN79tawo— DNVR Avalanche (@DNVR_Avalanche) November 17, 2019Calvert joins forwards Mikko Rantanen and Gabriel Landeskog and goaltender Philipp Grubauer on the team’s injury list, which now sits at six players. Through 20 games this season, Calvert has registered four goals and 12 points, tied for sixth on the Avs in scoring.