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When the Stars’ Jyrki Jokipakka and Patrick Sharp talk about how they feel about the Olympics

The Dallas Stars have been preparing for the 2020 Olympics for years now.

And while some have criticized the organization for taking a year off, the team has never wavered in its dedication to the games and has shown no signs of wavering.

Jyrki is a three-time All-Star who was named the 2017 NHL Most Valuable Player.

Patrick was a two-time Stanley Cup champion with the New York Rangers.

And Jokipski is an 11-time Olympic champion with Finland.

Jokipers teammates have been vocal in their praise of the Stars, including captain Jamie Benn.

“Jyri is a great player, he has a great attitude, a great work ethic,” Patrick said.

“He’s one of the best players in the league.

He’s one who’s always talking about his teammates, and I think that’s what I’m always saying to him, too.

He keeps that positive attitude, too.”

Benn and Sharp were teammates for two seasons with the Bruins, and both players have a strong bond with Jokis coach and mentor, Dale Tallon.

They both love the Olympics and know that it is going to be a big game for Dallas.

“I think it’s a big thing, I think it is a big deal, but it’s just the Olympics, and it’s not just the Stars,” Benn said.

“We all know how great it is and the competition, so it’s great for everybody to get excited about it, but I think when it comes to the game, you have to do what’s best for the team.

So, you’ve got to make sure that everybody is on the same page, making sure that you’ve just got to be smart with the puck, and you’ve gotta have a good plan, too, so we all know each other and all the things we have to keep our heads on our shoulders and keep pushing for each other to be the best that we can be.”

Sharp, who played his final game for the Bruins last year, has had to adjust to a new role with Dallas.

He has been called up to the Stars AHL affiliate in Frisco.

Joks teammates know that Sharp will take it in stride.

“There’s no hard feelings about it,” Sharp said.

“”I think everyone’s going to come in and play their part, and we’re all just going to keep pushing each other, and hopefully we can have a great Olympics.

It’s a lot of fun to be part of the Olympic experience.

“Jokipsky is a two time Olympian who played for Finland at the 2010 and 2012 Winter Games.

He said the Olympic process was different for Finland and he felt he was ready to make the jump.

Jokipakski said that when the Olympic Games are over, it will be his responsibility to play a big role in the future.”

If I’m ready to go, then yeah, I want to be involved in this team, no matter what the team does, and whatever happens after that, I’ll be there,” Joki said.

When it comes to the best and worst writers, here are the top 5 writers with the best writing skills

In the United States, the best writers are more likely to be male, younger, and with more than a college education, according to a study.

And they are more often white, male and in their 20s.

But as the authors of the study, who were also members of The New Yorker’s Writing Fellows Program, point out, the authors’ gender bias makes the study a useful tool for identifying talent.

The researchers looked at data from more than 2,000 writers in the U.S. and found that only 4.4% were female.

That was below the national average of 7.9%.

And the best female writers were less likely to have college degrees than the worst female writers.

Only 1.9% of the top 10% of writers were women.

Only 0.9 percent of the best-selling writers were female and only 0.6 percent were women of color.

But the authors found that when writers were compared against each other, women writers tended to outshine men.

And in their study, the researchers also looked at writing skills, specifically how well the writers could “create and articulate emotional depth and resonance” and “present their own experiences and thoughts in a compelling and engaging way.”

Women writers tended more often to use writing as a way to express their feelings than their male counterparts.

They were more likely than their peers to use the technique of “spacing and interjecting,” which is used by men.

That technique is not new.

The New York Times Magazine wrote about this technique in its “10 Rules of Writing,” which were written to help writers avoid the “over-reliance on words as tools for expressing feelings.”

The authors of The Writing Fellers Program say the data suggests that it’s possible to have a strong voice without being the most emotionally powerful writer.

The authors also say that if you want to be a strong writer, you need to be able to “make it work.”

So, in their opinion, it’s important to be careful about the gender bias in writing.

But, they add, “it doesn’t mean that you have to give up your ability to create and express emotion.” 

[Related: How to be an exceptional writer]