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Same for me! Just tried to download the 2.0 software - it went through the 20 minutes or so process, and right at the end came up with the error - 9838 message, leaving the iphone only able to make emergency calls. The graphic on the screen is requesting that I connect with itunes, but every time I do, the same error message comes up, saying - There was an error in the iTunes Store. Please try again later. Fantastic!! I am now unable to access any of my iphone details on iTunes! Has anyone on the planet been able to successfully download 2.0 I wonder
you know I was frustrated at first....downloaded the 2.0 successfully around 10:30 am est but the connection was terminated 2/3's of the way through the upgrade of the phone itself....after about an 1 hr and 1/2 of traffic jam angst....i settled down and attemped to reconnect with itunes about every 15 minutes....my brick turned back into a phone around 3:15 pm (upgraded of course)....so whats a coupla' hours without a lifeline....the landline on my work desk still worked if I needed to chat...everything is up and running with a bunch of free app's from the itunes store and tomorrow it'll be like this never happened!!!
Jokiharju is a smooth skater and a smart puck-mover. I like his chances of developing into a useful NHL player. Pokka has played three full AHL seasons and is yet to play an NHL game. It is nearly impossible to believe. A pro since 2011-12, I am still firmly of the belief that he could be helping some NHL team's power play right now. Chicago has clearly shown that they have no use for him. Knott played far better this past season than he did two years ago (the trade from Niagara to Windsor was a catalyst), but he is still inconsistent. He has the tools to be a dominant power forward, but it's nothing more than brief glimpses at this point. Fortin was signed as undrafted free agent and nearly cracked Chicago's roster out of training camp last year. His QMJHL numbers (52 points in 52 games) were ordinary, but he isn't going to make his living as a point producer as a professional. Kayumov is a skilled Russian who is still waiting for a chance to play full-time for his KHL club in Yaroslavl. Barratt is a max-effort player who is a below-average skater. The Penn State commit is crafty with the puck on his stick. Hayden plays a hard, heavy game and has decent hands. His ultimate role is likely that of a third-liner. Gilbert had no goals in 40 games for Notre Dame, although he did add 22 assists. He has size (6-foot-2, 200 pounds) and skates well. Mitchell's biggest issue is a lack of size. He is an offensive defenseman, but he may not be talented enough to make up for his slight frame. Mitchell is off to the University of Denver. On top of having an exceptional name, Peeters is a quality goaltender. A native of Belgium, Peeters will play this season with Youngstown of the USHL. COLORADO AVALANCHE1. Tyson Jost - F, University of North Dakota-NCAA (13) 2. Cale Makar - D, Brooks-AJHL (23) 3. A.J. Greer - F, San Antonio-AHL (125) 4. J.T. Compher - F, San Antonio-AHL (150) 5. Alexander Kerfoot - F, Harvard University-NCAA 6. Conor Timmins - D, Sault Ste. Marie-OHL (168) 7. Cam Morrison - F, Notre Dame-NCAA (185) 8. Andrei Mironov - D, Moscow Dynamo-KHL 9. Nicolas Meloche - D, Charlottetown-QMJHL 10. Nick Henry - F, Regina-WHL Sleeper: Denis Smirnov - F, Penn St.-NCAA
Roslovic was one of the AHL's best rookies this past season. He has developed into a better offensive player than I originally expected. Stanley may very well have cracked the top-100 if he didn't miss the majority of the season with a knee injury. He played just 35 games before returning to help Windsor win the Memorial Cup. He has insane size (6-foot-7) and he is still learning how to use his huge frame to his advantage on a consistent basis. With 48 points in 65 games. Green is a talented offensive defenseman who often doesn't get as much done on the ice as he should. Samberg is a defensive horse that stands 6-foot-3 and is still growing. He is off to Minnesota-Duluth. Harkins looks all the world to me like an effective, two-way third-line center, but I thought the same thing about Roslovic and he might be a top-six guy at this point. Comrie hasn't shown anything in his two AHL seasons that would leave you to believe that he is Winnipeg's long-term answer in goal should Connor Hellebuyck falter. Lemieux had 19 points and 130 penalty minutes in his first AHL season. That is roughly what I would expect from him over the course of a full NHL season. I don't think he is going to make an impact as a professional. The 21-year-old (in October) Niku had 27 points in 59 games this past season in the Finnish league. He signed with Winnipeg in May and I think there is a decent chance he spends a chunk of this season in the NHL. PACIFIC DIVISION ANAHEIM DUCKS1. Jacob Larsson - D, Frolunda-Sweden (41) 2. Max Jones - F, London-OHL (56) 3. Sam Steel - F, Regina-WHL (61) 4. Troy Terry - F, Denver University-NCAA (102) 5. Nicolas Kerdiles - F, San Diego-AHL (152) 6. Kevin Roy - F, San Diego-AHL (178) 7. Maxime Comtois - F, Victoriaville-QMJHL (195) 8. Antoine Morand - F, Acadie-Bathurst-QMJHL (197) 9. Marcus Pettersson - D, Skelleftea-Sweden 10. Josh Mahura- D, Regina-WHL Sleeper: Brent Gates - F, University of Minnesota-NCAA 1e1e36bf2d