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31
Mar
09

PPI Blog Back in Action

The PressPhotoIntl.com blog has been inactive while we have been restructuring after the unexpected demise of our original system host, Digital Railroad.  We now have a new system in place and operations are back to normal. While we never ceased newsroom operations, this blog was not updated while the search for a new service provider was underway.

Regular blog posts will commence immediately. Please visit PressPhoto International for more details and detailed image searches.

 

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03
Oct
08

WNBA Finals Game 2 – Detroit Shock vs. San Antonio Silver Stars

SAN ANTONIO — The Detroit shock went up two games to one in the five-game WNBA Finals series tonight as they beat the San Antonio Silver Stars 69 – 61 in San Antonio. The Shock’s Katie Smith posted 22 points on the night to lead her team to victory in the Alamo City. Photos from Game 2 of the WNBA Finals can be viewed and licensed for editorial content at PressPhoto International.

San Antonios Erin Buescher (7) and Detroits Deanna Nolan (14) race for the ball during Game 2 of the WNBA Championship Finals between the Detroit Shock and the San Antonio Silver Stars, Oct. 3, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio. Detroit won 69 - 61 to go up 2 - 0 in the five-game series. (Darren Abate/pressphotointl.com)

San Antonio's Erin Buescher (7) and Detroit's Deanna Nolan (14) race for the ball during Game 2 of the WNBA Championship Finals between the Detroit Shock and the San Antonio Silver Stars, Oct. 3, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio. Detroit won 69 - 61 to go up 2 - 0 in the five-game series. (Darren Abate/pressphotointl.com)

San Antonios Becky Hammon (25) makes a move for the ball during Game 2 of the WNBA Championship Finals between the Detroit Shock and the San Antonio Silver Stars, Oct. 3, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio. Detroit won 69 - 61 to go up 2 - 0 in the five-game series. (Darren Abate/pressphotointl.com)

San Antonio's Becky Hammon (25) makes a move for the ball during Game 2 of the WNBA Championship Finals between the Detroit Shock and the San Antonio Silver Stars, Oct. 3, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio. Detroit won 69 - 61 to go up 2 - 0 in the five-game series. (Darren Abate/pressphotointl.com)

San Antonios Sophia Young (33) shoots the ball over Detroits Taj McWilliams-Franklin (44) during Game 2 of the WNBA Championship Finals between the Detroit Shock and the San Antonio Silver Stars, Oct. 3, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio. Detroit won 69 - 61 to go up 2 - 0 in the five-game series. (Darren Abate/pressphotointl.com)

San Antonio's Sophia Young (33) shoots the ball over Detroit's Taj McWilliams-Franklin (44) during Game 2 of the WNBA Championship Finals between the Detroit Shock and the San Antonio Silver Stars, Oct. 3, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio. Detroit won 69 - 61 to go up 2 - 0 in the five-game series. (Darren Abate/pressphotointl.com)

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20
May
08

WNBA Photos – Phoenix Mercury vs. San Antonio Silver Stars

Photos from this and more WNBA games can be viewed and licensed for editorial content at PressPhoto International.

SAN ANTONIO — Defending WNBA champions Phoenix Mercury found themselves on the losing end tonight as the San Antonio Silver Stars beat them 81 – 76, keeping Phoenix winless on the new season.

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San Antonio’s Ruth Riley (00) makes contact with Mercury player Barbara Farris (54) during the WNBA game between the San Antonio Silver Stars and the Phoenix Mercury, May 20, 2008, at the AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas. San Antonio won 81 – 76. (Darren Abate/PressPhotoIntl.com)

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Phoenix player Kelly Mazzante (33) rushes around San Antonio’s Morenike Atunrase (24) during the WNBA game between the San Antonio Silver Stars and the Phoenix Mercury, May 20, 2008, at the AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas. San Antonio won 81 – 76. (Darren Abate/PressPhotoIntl.com))

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Phoenix player Diana Taurasi (3) looks to pass during the WNBA game between the San Antonio Silver Stars and the Phoenix Mercury, May 20, 2008, at the AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas. San Antonio won 81 – 76. (Darren Abate/PressPhotoIntl.com)

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25
Apr
08

AHL Toronto Marlies vs. San Antonio Rampage – Calder Cup Playoffs Round One

AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE — The Toronto Marlies doubled up on the San Antonio Rampage tonight, taking a 3 – 2 victory in the AT&T Center in San Antonio, to take the lead in the first round Calder Cup playoff series three games to two.

The two teams meet again in Toronto on Sunday, April 27th, to continue the best-of-seven series.

Photos from this and other games can be viewed and licensed for editorial content at PressPhotoIntl.com.

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AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE — Toronto player Jaime Sifers (26) crosschecks San Antonio’s Chad Kolarik (42) as Marlies goalie Scott Clemmensen (30) watches the puck during the North Division semifinal game between the Toronto Marlies and the San Antonio Rampage, April 25, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. Toronto won 2 – 1 to take the series lead at 3 – 2. (Darren Abate/PressPhotoIntl.com)

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AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE — San Antonio’s David Spina (17) battles to get the puck past Toronto goalie Scott Clemmensen (30) as Marlies player Jiri Tlusty (41) comes to help during the North Division semifinal game between the Toronto Marlies and the San Antonio Rampage, April 25, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. Toronto won 2 – 1 to take the series lead at 3 – 2. (Darren Abate/PressPhotoIntl.com)

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AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE — San Antonio’s Chris Durno (25) shoves Marlies player Michel Leveille (37) in a scrum during the North Division semifinal game between the Toronto Marlies and the San Antonio Rampage, April 25, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. Toronto won 2 – 1 to take the series lead at 3 – 2. (Darren Abate/PressPhotoIntl.com)

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AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE — San Antonio players Chad Kolarik (42) and Jon DiSalvatore (11) celebrate after a goal by DiSalvatore during the North Division semifinal game between the Toronto Marlies and the San Antonio Rampage, April 25, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. Toronto won 2 – 1 to take the series lead at 3 – 2. (Darren Abate/PressPhotoIntl.com)

23
Apr
08

AHL Playoffs – Toronto Marlies vs. San Antonio Rampage – Game Four

SAN ANTONIO — The Toronto Marlies enacted their revenge on the San Antonio Rampage tonight at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, skating away with a 3 – 2 victory to even the round one Calder Cup playoff series at two games each.

It could be said that Toronto did not win this game as much as San Antonio lost it. Toronto’s first goal came when San Antonio player Keith Yandle knocked the puck into his own net after a rebound from Rampage goalie Josh Tordjman slipped out in front of Yandle’s stick, and the puck slipped past the unsuspecting netminder.

Toronto managed to stay one step ahead of the Rampage after the first goal, although San Antonio did their best to close the gap. The Marlies scored an empty-net goal late in the third after San Antonio had pulled netminder Tordjman in an attempt to tie the game. The Rampage were able to score a goal with eight seconds left on the clock, only to lose the game 3 – 2 after they were unable to put the puck past Marlies goalie Scott Clemmensen for what would have been a game-tying goal in the final seconds.

Photos from this game can be viewed and licensed for editorial use at PressPhotoIntl.com.

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AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE — Toronto player Bates Battaglia (33) takes a shot on Rampage goalie Josh Tordjman (29) during game four of the first round Calder Cup playoff series between the Toronto Marlies and the San Antonio Rampage, April 23, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. Toronto won 3 – 2 to even the series at 2 – 2. (Darren Abate/PressPhotoIntl.com)

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AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE — San Antonio’s Chad Kolarik (42) battles Toronto’s Andy Wozniewski (56) in front of Marlies goalie Scott Clemmensen (30) during game four of the first round Calder Cup playoff series between the Toronto Marlies and the San Antonio Rampage, April 23, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. Toronto won 3 – 2 to even the series at 2 – 2. (Darren Abate/PressPhotoIntl.com)

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AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE — San Antonio head coach Greg Ireland yells instructions to his players during game four of the first round Calder Cup playoff series between the Toronto Marlies and the San Antonio Rampage, April 23, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. Toronto won 3 – 2 to even the series at 2 – 2. (Darren Abate/PressPhotoIntl.com)

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AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE — San Antonio’s Steven Goertzen (12) battles Toronto’s Andy Wozniewski (56) in front of Marlies goalie Scott Clemmensen (30) during game four of the first round Calder Cup playoff series between the Toronto Marlies and the San Antonio Rampage, April 23, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. Toronto won 3 – 2 to even the series at 2 – 2. (Darren Abate/PressPhotoIntl.com)

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AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE — San Antonio’s Mike Zigomanis (23) dekes Toronto’s Kris Newbury (11) during game four of the first round Calder Cup playoff series between the Toronto Marlies and the San Antonio Rampage, April 23, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. Toronto won 3 – 2 to even the series at 2 – 2. (Darren Abate/PressPhotoIntl.com)

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21
Apr
08

AHL Calder Cup Playoffs – Toronto Marlies vs. San Antonio Rampage

SAN ANTONIO — The Toronto Marlies paid a visit to Texas tonight to continue the first round of the Calder Cup playoff series against their rival San Antonio Rampage, a team that roughed up the Marlies in Toronto last Friday when Rampage player Chad Kolarik scored a hat trick to help the Rampage split the first two games of the series in Toronto, 1 – 1.

San Antonio won the game Monday night at the AT&T Center, 3 – 2, to take a 2 – 1 lead in the Calder Cup playoffs round one series. These two teams meet up again Wednesday night in San Antonio for game four of the series.

Photos from this game can be viewed and licensed for editorial content at PressPhotoIntl.com.

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AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE — Toronto goalie Scott Clemmensen (30) makes a save behind teammate Jaime Sifers (26) and San Antonio’s Jon DiSalvatore (11) during the game between the Toronto Marlies and the San Antonio Rampage, April 21, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. San Antonio won the game 3 – 2 to capture the lead in the first round Calder Cup playoffs series, 2 – 1. (Darren Abate/PressPhotoIntl.com)

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AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE — San Antonio’s Bill Thomas (22) scores on Marlies goalie Scott Clemmensen (30) during the game between the Toronto Marlies and the San Antonio Rampage, April 21, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. San Antonio won the game 3 – 2 to capture the lead in the first round Calder Cup playoffs series, 2 – 1. (Darren Abate/PressPhotoIntl.com)

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AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE — San Antonio’s David Spina (17) races to the puck ahead of Toronto’s Ben Ondrus (25) during the game between the Toronto Marlies and the San Antonio Rampage, April 21, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. San Antonio won the game 3 – 2 to capture the lead in the first round Calder Cup playoffs series, 2 – 1. (Darren Abate/PressPhotoIntl.com)

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AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE — San Antonio head coach Greg Ireland instructs his players during the game between the Toronto Marlies and the San Antonio Rampage, April 21, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. San Antonio won the game 3 – 2 to lead the first-round Calder Cup playoff series 2 – 1. (Darren Abate/PressPhotoIntl.com)

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AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE — San Antonio’s Jon DiSalvatore (11) celebrates after scoring a goal with teammates Chad Kolarik (42) and Kevin Porter (26) during the game between the Toronto Marlies and the San Antonio Rampage, April 21, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. San Antonio won the game 3 – 2 to capture the lead in the first round Calder Cup playoffs series, 2 – 1. (Darren Abate/PressPhotoIntl.com)

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AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE — Toronto goalie Scott Clemmensen (30) makes a save as San Antonio’s Chris Durno (25) races to capture the rebound before Toronto’s Jaime Sifers (26) can get to it during the game between the Toronto Marlies and the San Antonio Rampage, April 21, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. San Antonio won the game 3 – 2 to capture the lead in the first round Calder Cup playoffs series, 2 – 1. (Darren Abate/PressPhotoIntl.com)

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02
Mar
08

Chicago Wolves at San Antonio Rampage – American Hockey League

AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE — The Chicago Wolves home-delivered a 5 – 1 drubbing to the San Antonio Rampage, Feb. 27, 2008, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio. The Rampage returned the favor two nights later with a 3 – 2 shootout win.

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San Antonio goalie Josh Tordjman (29) makes a save during the game between the San Antonio Rampage and the Chicago Wolves, Feb. 27, 2008, at the AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas. Chicago won 5 – 1.
(Darren Abate/PressPhotoIntl.com)

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AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE — Chicago goalie Ondrej Pavelec (31) makes a save on San Antonio’s Matt Murley (19) during the game between the San Antonio Rampage and the Chicago Wolves, Feb. 27, 2008, at the AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas. Chicago won 5 – 1.
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