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LONDON -- Viktor Troicki let the chair umpire -- and the rest of the world -- know exactly how angry he was about a key call one point from the end of his five-set loss at Wimbledon on Thursday.There was nothing subtle about the 25th-seeded Troickis outburst.Worst umpire ever in the world! What are you doing? Did you see the ball? Troicki screamed at chair umpire Damiano Torella.And the player was just getting started.Some other choice phrases he lobbed at Torella:Youre horrible!What are you doing? Tell me!What are you doing there?! What are you doing there?!It all happened as Troickis opponent, Albert Ramos-Vinolas of Spain, served for the match at 5-3 in the final set. At 30-all, Ramos-Vinolas hit a serve that initially was called out by a linesman behind Troicki. It was not clear, exactly, who changed that ruling, but Torella announced the score was now 40-30, crediting Ramos-Vinolas with an ace and pushing him to match point.Troicki began shouting, No! No! No! and went over to retrieve a ball and show it to Torella, saying there was no white chalk left on the yellow fuzz -- and, therefore, it had not hit a line.Later, speaking to a small group of reporters, Troicki said: I mean, it was such an obvious call.He has no experience, no knowledge about anything, Troicki said about Torella. Hes just sitting there, calling the score, not trying to watch the ball.The umpire gave Troicki a warning for unsportsmanlike conduct. When play resumed, Ramos-Vinolas hit a serve that Troicki returned long with a backhand, giving the Spaniard a 3-6, 6-3, 6-3, 2-6, 6-3 victory and a berth in the third round.After the two players met at the net for a handshake, Troicki approached Torella again, waving a hand at him and saying: Do you know what you did? three times.He carried on, then headed directly from Court 17 to the tournament referees office to explain his displeasure, smashing a racket along the way.Troicki said at his post-match interview that his display was too much, and I overreacted.Everyone would get (angry) on such a point and such circumstances, he said. It was just frustrating and it was tough to handle such a situation.Troicki faces a fine for his rant.He should be also fined, if you ask me, Troicki said. He should be the one whos fined. Im not saying he cost me the match, but he cost me an important point which could have changed the outcome of the match.He also made the case that the electronic line-calling review system, known as HawkEye, should be available for all singles matches at Wimbledon. It is not used at Court 17.I think if were playing serious tennis, with such a bad chair umpire, Troicki said, I think at least we should have HawkEye.---Follow Howard Fendrich on Twitter at http://twitter.com/HowardFendrich Pharrell Williams Tennis Hu . Bjorn, who had a 36-hole total of 8-under 134, made a testing six-foot putt to save par on the 16th and a birdie on the 17th before bogeying the final hole after a misjudged approach shot. American Kevin Streelman was in second place after shooting a 69. Yeezy Powerphase Nederland . Tuesdays surgery at Atlantas Piedmont Hospital was performed by Dr. Xavier Duralde and Hawks team physician Dr. Michael Bernot. http://www.yeezypowerphase-nl.com/ultra-boost-3-0.html . Galatasaray said in a statement on its website Monday that Mancini signed a three-year contract and will be paid 3.5 million euros for the upcoming season, with his salary upped to 4. Adidas Swift Run Heren . On June 12, just as the sun sets on the magnificent historical city of Sao Paulo the inventors, innovators and purveyors of “joga bonitowill” open their campaign. The opponent, Croatia and all its football might and will. As opposites do attract we are set for a corker of an opener. Adidas Stan Smith Nederland . The news was first reported on Gonzalezs Twitter account and confirmed by the Rockies. Gonzalez has a six-week window before position players have their first workout at spring training in Arizona. Thanksgiving is traditionally line-in-the-sand time for teams.Teams outside the bubble, teams that are struggling, teams that have been laid low by injury have historically found it difficult to catapult themselves back into the playoff fray after the fourth Thursday in November. Conversely, franchises entrenched in the top eight come Turkey Day have traditionally been able to hold on to those coveted postseason berths. But history and tradition are relative.Heres a look at which key players and coaches on those teams deserves an extra slice of pie -- and which look like postseason turkeys.Making it look as easy as pieAlain Vigneault, head coach,?New York RangersKudos to Vigneault, who must have wondered whether his ship had sailed when the Rangers were bounced in the first round of the playoffs in five games last April by the eventual champs from Pittsburgh. Now New York, which looked at the seasons outset to be a playoff bubble team, leads the Metropolitan Division and boasts the leagues best goal differential by a wide margin. With Vigneault getting the most out of a speedy, highly skilled group that leads the NHL in goals per game, we can now talk in terms of which of the three elite Metro teams -- the Rangers, the?Pittsburgh Penguins or the Washington Capitals?-- will emerge as a division winner and send the other two into a first-round playoff clash.Tuukka Rask, G,?Boston BruinsRemember when Rask was too ill to play in a must-win game, Bostons final regular-season tilt in April? It was a disappointing ending for both Rask and the Bruins, who lost Game 82 without him and were denied a ticket to the postseason ball for the second season in a row.With the Bs still in transition, there were plenty of questions during the offseason about the team as a whole and its goaltending specifically. Rask has quieted those questions with this answer: Back off. Im still pretty damn good. The 29-year-old former Vezina Trophy winner is tied for the league lead in wins and has a sparkling .942 save percentage and 1.57 goals-against average. And the Bruins look like theyre back on that playoff track. If the vote were held today, Rask would be a Vezina Trophy finalist for sure -- and, Im guessing, a finalist for the Hart Trophy as league MVP.Time to talk turkeysFilip Forsberg, W, Nashville PredatorsThe Predators, from whom so much was expected, got off to a pretty bumpy start. And it seems clear that Nashville is going to need Forsberg to find his groove again. The highly skilled Swede led the way for the Predators a season ago with 33 goals. He was only OK -- with two goals and four points -- in the postseason, had one goal and an assist in four World Cup of Hockey games, and now has just one goal through 18 games this season, putting him on pace for about seven goals in 2016-17. Yikes.Forsberg, who does have 12 assists, is just 22, so I cant be too hard on the kid. But whether its a confidence issue or how hes being defended, Forsberg is taking about one-third fewer shots than he did a season ago, when he averaged more than three shots a game over 82 games.Lindy Ruff, head coach,?Dallas StarsSure, the Stars have been more than a little banged up this season -- but what team hasnt dealt with injuries of various sorts and ssizes? And, relatively speaking, Dallas has avoided losing key personnel for long stretches like many other teams have.ddddddddddddet something is definitely amiss for the defending Central Division champions, who led the league in goals last season but have slumped to 13th in goals per game this season. And how about that team goals-against average? The Stars are second worst in the league with an ugly 3.30 GAA. Lots of that is on goalies Kari Lehtonen and Antti Niemi?-- and that means its on GM Jim Nill, too. But the power play, fourth last season, also ranks a middle-of-the-road 13th, while the penalty kill has dropped 17 spots from a year ago to 27th.All of this means that theres lots of heat on Ruff to get this team, which has won two games in a row just once this season, back on track.Brian Elliott, G,?Calgary FlamesA former goalie told me during the offseason that although the Flames had flirted with acquiring the?Tampa Bay Lightnings?Ben Bishop, he liked Elliotts mental toughness and felt he was ready to be the man for a Canadian team looking to build off a playoff run two years ago.That hasnt happened so far. Elliott has a bloated 3.43 GAA and unsightly .883 save percentage and hits Thanksgiving mired in a six-game losing streak. As the Flames try to make do without Johnny Gaudreau for six weeks or so, Elliott will have to prove hes the man the Flames hoped hed be and not the one hes been.Garth Snow, GM, New York IslandersIf you immediately think tire fire when you hear Islanders, then youre not alone. The Isles have gone almost overnight from a team on the rise to one in disarray. The Islanders occupy last place in the Metropolitan Division in spite of a home-friendly schedule that saw them play 12 of their first 17 in Brooklyn. They finally earned their first road win of the season in a shootout over the?Anaheim Ducks?on Tuesday.Big offseason additions Andrew Ladd and Jason Chimera have combined for three goals, and at this point the Isles look likely to miss the postseason just one year after winning their first playoff series since 1993. The franchises new ownership cant be too thrilled with that prospect -- nor can captain John Tavares,?who has one more year left on his deal. Speculation is already rampant that Tavares will take the first train out of Brooklyn when the time comes. At some point, either Snow will be proven right and the Isles will shake out of this, or someone will have to pay the price. Im going with Option B.Henrik Zetterberg, W,?Detroit Red WingsFor 25 consecutive playoff seasons, the Red Wings have been a playoff fixture. But that streak is definitely in danger as Detroit hits Thanksgiving in a tailspin that saw it lose four in a row and seven of nine in November.There has always been a marquee guy in the Red Wings lineup, often a handful of them. But with his longtime teammate?Pavel Datsyuk back in Russia, it has become even more apparent that the teams classy captain is no longer the force he once was. Zetterberg has three goals in 19 games -- and, coming off a 13-goal campaign a year ago, seems to be signaling that times are changing in Motown. 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