Chrissy Teigen burned herself while showering with jalapeno juice on her hands after cooking with the spicy ingredient — read her tweets here and watch how she poured milk on herselfThis article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Chrissy Teigen Freaks Out After Showering With Jalapeno Hands, Says “I Don’t Think I Can Have Kids Now” Then Pours Milk on Her Body
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Legendary. Iconic. Durable. Game changer.Those are just a few words to describe longtime NHL goaltender Martin Brodeur, who is set to retire Thursday.The Montreal native and 10-time all-star accomplished plenty during that time, winning three Stanley Cups, two Olympic gold medals with Team Canada, four Vezina Trophies as the NHL’s best netminder while setting regular-season goaltending records for wins (691), shutouts (125), games played (1,266) and minutes played (74,438).Below, we highlight seven memorable moments from Brodeur’s 21 seasons with the New Jersey Devils.Denying Phil Kessel: Nov. 2, 2011In an otherwise disappointing evening, an out-of-position Brodeur made a highlight-reel lunge to his right, getting his stick out and robbing the Leafs’ Kessel of his league-leading 11th goal of the season. In a 5-3 New Jersey loss, Brodeur’s first game action in three weeks following a shoulder injury, he allowed five goals on 23 shots and tied Gump Worsley and Curtis Joseph as hockey’s all-time leader in losses with 352.On mobile and can’t view video? Watch here
Record shutout No. 104: Dec. 21, 2009Brodeur became the NHL’s all-time shutout leader, passing Terry Sawchuk with a 35-save effort against the Pittsburgh Penguins in his 1,032nd game. Brodeur stopped all 14 shots he faced in the third period to secure the record, making a pair of huge saves on Sidney Crosby before gloving an Evgeni Malkin shot out of the air in the final minute.On mobile and can’t view video? Watch here
Passing Roy for all-time wins: March 17, 2009Brodeur cemented NHL victory No. 552 with a pad save in the final four seconds of a 3-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks.On mobile and can’t view video? Watch here
Battle with Sean Avery: April 13, 2008One of the most bizarre moments in Brodeur’s NHL career came courtesy of New York Rangers superpest Sean Avery in Game 3 of the first round of the 2008 post-season. First, Avery screened Brodeur and then persisted to wave his stick in the goalie’s face while looking Brodeur in the eye in hopes of drawing a penalty. It was a memorable altercation in the historic rivalry between the two.On mobile and can’t view video? Watch here
3rd Stanley Cup title: June 6, 2003In what Brodeur called one of the two “toughest games” of his NHL career, the New Jersey Devils goalie blanked the Anaheim Ducks 3-0 in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup final for his third shutout of the series. Surprisingly, Brodeur lost the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP to Ducks counterpart Jean-Sebastien Giguere. The other “toughest game” for Brodeur was Game 7 of the 2001 Cup final.On mobile and can’t view video? Watch here
Scoring playoff goal: April 17, 1997With the Devils holding a 4-2 lead over Montreal in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference quarter-finals, Brodeur gathered the puck behind the New Jersey net and took a stride to the goal-line at the side of the net. He then unleashed a shot and watched the puck enter the left side of an empty Canadiens’ net with 44.6 seconds left in regulation to become the second goalie in NHL history (Ron Hextall was the first in 1989) to score a goal in the playoffs.On mobile and can’t view video? Watch here
1st Stanley Cup victory: June 25, 1995With 16 saves in Game 4, Brodeur helped New Jersey win the Stanley Cup for the first time in team history as the Devils swept the Detroit Red Wings with a 5-2 victory on home ice before a sellout crowd of 19,040. Brodeur went on to win two more Cups with New Jersey in 2000 and 2003.On mobile and can’t view video? Watch here
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Tiger Woods was all smiles Tuesday — and with a full set of teeth.Woods gave a play-by-play account of how his front tooth was knocked out in Italy on Jan. 19 while celebrating girlfriend Lindsey Vonn’s record 63rd World Cup victory. He said one tooth was chipped and the other was cracked. Both were replaced before he arrived to start his season at the Phoenix Open.He said he wore a skeleton-patterned scarf over his face to avoid being recognized, making a crack about how difficult that can be for a man of black heritage at a World Cup ski race in Italy.”Not a lot of brown dudes at ski races, OK?” he said with a laugh, as cameras clicked at his smile.Woods said when the race was completed, the podium presentation was moved up on a hill for the photographers. He went to the top of the hill, behind the cameras.Bloody accident”All the camera guys are below me on their knees or moving all around, trying to get a picture because she’s hugging people, saying congratulations to the other racers as they are coming down,” he said. “Some already finished, some are there already in the changing area. Dude with a video camera on his shoulder right in front me, kneeling, stood up and turned and caught me square on the mouth.”Woods said he tried to keep his mask on “so the blood is not all over the place.” He said the videographer hit the tooth on which he had root canal, chipping it. He said the other tooth had to be fixed, too, because it had cracks through it.”The photo of Woods missing a tooth became as big a sensation as Vonn’s record victory. There did not appear to be any swelling on Woods’ mouth when a photographer captured the image of his mouth slightly open and the scarf lowered.Race organizers skepticalNicola Colli, the secretary general of the race organizing committee, told The Associated Press he was among those who escorted Woods from the tent to a snowmobile for him to leave “and there was no such incident.””When he arrived he asked for more security and we rounded up police to look after both him and Lindsey,” Colli had said.Whether anyone believed the story from a week ago was not his concern.Woods is playing his first official PGA Tour event since he missed the cut at the PGA Championship in August. But the biggest topic after he played nine holes under a cloudy sky Tuesday morning was the mystery of his missing tooth.Story has no teethExcept that Woods said there was no mystery at all — except for the attention it received.”It’s a new world,” he said. “We need to talk about something. Have to fill up space. The story is about Lindsey breaking the record. That’s the story. I mean, geez, every sport you get teeth knocked out, and unfortunately I wasn’t actually competing and got my teeth knocked out.”Asked if his tooth was a cap to begin with, Woods said, “These are permanent, yeah.”Woods said the flight home to Florida was the most painful.”I couldn’t eat, couldn’t drink until he fixed them, put the temporaries on,” Woods said. “I couldn’t have anything touch it. Even breathing hurt, because any kind of air over the nerve … the tooth was still alive, was cracked.”When asked if the photographer realized what he had done, Woods replied, “He didn’t care.”
The Calgary Flames have reverted to the two-goalie tandem of Jonas Hiller and Karri Ramo after Joni Ortio’s short, but successful stint with the NHL team.The Flames remain in position to end a five-year playoff following a goaltending philosophy of “he who wins is the starter until he loses.”Head coach Bob Hartley gave Hiller the nod for Tuesday’s home game against Buffalo, but it’s a short trip to backup status in Calgary.Hiller’s six goals against in a Jan. 9 loss to the Florida Panthers combined with a Ramo injury opened the door for Ortio. He arrived from the AHL’s Adirondack Flames to hold Calgary in the playoff hunt on a five-game road trip prior to the all-star break.The 23-year-old Finn showed poise, giving up a combined five goals in four wins over division rivals, including a shutout of Vancouver and overtime victories in Los Angeles and San Jose. But Ortio was then pulled in a 6-3 loss to Anaheim with Hiller giving up just one goal in the back half of the game.Calgary entered the all-star break alone in the eighth and final playoff berth in the Western Conference with a record of 25-19-3. Ramo’s activation from the injured list hastened Ortio’s return to the AHL.Impact on possible tradesOrtio’s performance prompts questions about what the Flames goaltending situation means heading towards the NHL’s trade deadline March 2.”We’ll see. Every game has been a Game 7 for quite awhile so we’re not going to change our approach,” head coach Bob Hartley said. “Goaltending is such a big part of winning games. Whoever wants to run with the ball, we’ll give it to them.”Right now we have two goalies we’re very comfortable [with]. We appreciate what Joni did for us, but at the same time we felt Joni had to keep playing. Jonas and Karri will carry the load for us.”Calgary signed Hiller to a two-year contract worth $4.5 million annually last summer after his six seasons in Anaheim. The Swiss netminder won nine of his first 14 starts for Calgary and then lost 10 of his next 14.”I was kind of longing for a chance to get back and definitely happy with the way I played the second half in Anaheim,” Hiller said. “It’s a good thing to build on, but I think I’ve got to be ready again every game we play.Hiller had a goals-against average of 2.47 and a save percentage of .911 at the all-star break.Ramo’s last start was Jan. 7 when he was injured in a collision with teammate Raphael Diaz during a game in Detroit. The Finn earned four straight starts earlier this season. Ramo’s record was 8-5-1 with a GAA of 2.67 and a save percentage of .904 at the all-star break.In contrast to NHL teams who want to protect their starting goaltender’s ego, Calgary’s motto of “always earned, never given” applies to Flames goalies.Ramo says Hartley communicates his confidence in both goalies during bi-weekly meetings between the head coach and netminders.”We’re in a great situation battling for a playoff spot. Everything is still possible, so he just keeps telling [us] ‘keep working hard. There’s chances,”‘ Ramo said.”It’s been long time since I had a full game, so I’m excited to get back. I don’t know when it’s going to be.”
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Watch everyone’s favorite grumpy-faced nominee Frances McDormand deliver an incredibly sincere speech at the 2015 SAG AwardsThis article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Frances McDormand Explains Why She’s Not Amused at Awards Shows in Sincere 2015 SAG Awards Speech
Filip Flisar, Andrea Limbacher win world ski cross titles
Canadians led by Brady Leman, 5th, Marielle Thompson, 8thThe Associated Press Posted: Jan 25, 2015 10:39 AM ET Last Updated: Jan 25, 2015 10:39 AM ETFilip Flisar, centre, of Slovenia, is ready to celebrate after winning the world ski cross championship in Kreischberg, Austria Sunday. (Clive Rose/Getty Images)Related StoriesCanada’s Darcy Sharpe wins snowboard big air silver medal
Slovenian freestyler Filip Flisar won the world ski cross title while Andrea Limbacher of Austria won the women’s gold medal on the final day of the worlds on Sunday.Flisar defeated Olympic champion Jean Frederic Chapuis of France in the final for his first medal at a major championship. Victor Oehling Norberg of Sweden earned bronze.The semifinal was interrupted for 15 minutes following a nasty-looking crash involving Thomas Zangerl of Austria and Armin Niederer of Switzerland. Both were hospitalized with unknown injuries.Brady Leman was the top Canadian, finishing fifth after winning the small final. Louis-Pierre Helie and Chris Delbosco reached the eight finals, finishing 18th and 27th, respectively, while Ian Deans wounds up 44th.Limbacher edged 2007 champion Ophelie David of France in a photo finish in the women’s final, while Fanny Smith of Switzerland took bronze.Olympic champion and 2013 silver medallist , Marielle Thompson of Canada, crashed in the semifinal and opted not to start in the small final. She was placed 8th. Georgia Simmerling finished 26th.With files by CBC Sports
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