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Georges-Kevin NKoudou Jersey .C. - Damage to a fish habitat should cost the millionaire owner of two hockey teams and his company $300,000, a Crown lawyer has told a sentencing hearing.Digby Kier said Tom Gaglardi had no regard for a fish habitat when he renovated his vacation home on Kamloops Lake in 2010.Gaglardi, who owns the NHLs Dallas Stars and the WHLs Kamloops Blazers, and Northland Properties were each convicted in August of two counts of harmful alteration of a fish habitat a€” 2,400 square metres of shoreline area.The work involved a five-bedroom, two-bathroom addition to an existing bungalow known as Toms Shack and included extensive landscaping work, a 50-vehicle parking lot and the construction of a boat launch.Both defendants were well aware they were trying to keep a low profile and, if they got caught, they were going to seek forgiveness, Kier said Friday.Thats what you have today a€” them seeking forgiveness, he told provincial court Judge Stephen Harrison.Show this corporation and Tom Gaglardi that they cannot ride roughshod over the laws of Canada and escape without anything being done to them.Kier said Kamloops Lake is a significant stop for juvenile salmon on their way from the Interior to the Pacific Ocean. Its the last lake on the Thompson River system before flowing into the fast-moving Fraser River, he noted, and is an important feeding stop for young salmon.Kier said neither Gaglardi nor Northland obtained a building permit for any of the renovation work, adding it will take 40 to 50 years for the fish habitat to return to its healthy state. Defence lawyer Rob Bruneau said a $300,000 fine is excessive given previous sentences for similar offences and asked for a fine of $50,000 to $75,000.Mr. Gaglardi should not be penalized for his financial set in life, Bruneau said.Just because were dealing with an extremely wealthy family doesnt mean we should raise the fine.Bruneau said Gaglardis embarrassment by the trial should be a factor in sentencing.Certainly, in the court of public opinion, he will continue to suffer because of these circumstances.A $300,000 fine was the maximum allowed under the Federal Fisheries Act when the offences took place. It is now $1 million.During his trial, Gaglardi attempted to pin the blame for the work on ex-Northland employee Jim Parks.However, Parks testified he was just following orders, which ultimately came from Gaglardi.Parks said he was ordered to throw his computer hard drive in the lake once federal authorities began investigating the renovation work.He testified he was also asked to remove Northlands logo from the site blueprint.Kier described the work, and the attempted coverup, as the blatant, blatant, blatant actions of a privileged family.Really, it strikes to the very heart of what society expects of corporate citizens and private citizens who have done so well. This was a very massive, massive endeavour by the corporation and Tom Gaglardi to make this thing a showpiece on the lake, Kier said.Theyre going to have 50 parking spots and sweeping views of the area a€” and nothing for the fish. The fish were compromised and they still are.During the trial, Gaglardi often appeared unfazed by the proceedings and was seen jotting down Dallas Stars line combinations in a notebook and attempting to hide the use of his iPhone from court sheriffs.The Crown also asked for an order that would have the fine go toward protecting salmon in the Interior.Court heard Gaglardi has spent $80,000 on remediation since 2010.The judge reserved his decision, and lawyers will be back in court on Oct. 23 to set a date for sentencing. (Kamloops This Week) Harry Kane Jersey . Sources tell TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger that the team is quietly gauging interest on the Senators captain, though Spezza has a limited no-trade clause and carries a large contract. Paulo Gazzaniga Jersey . Scheffler told The Associated Press on Wednesday he made the choice because he had three concussions over the past four years. http://www.footballhotspurstore.com/Women-Mousa-Dembele-Tottenham-Hotspur-Jersey/ . 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"Thats something I need to adjust," Tanaka said of the trouble in the first couple of innings, "But its really hard to make an assessment just by two games." Nick Markakis had an RBI single and Chris Davis a sacrifice fly in the ninth inning against fill-in closer Shawn Kelley as the Orioles rallied for their second straight win. Carlos Beltran and Kelly Johnson connected against Miguel Gonzalez in the second. Alfonso Soriano tied it with a groundout in the fourth. The Orioles lined four straight hits to centre field off Kelley, pitching the ninth for the second time in place of the injured David Robertson. Ryan Flaherty and Schoop each got hits on an 0-2 pitch from Kelley (0-1) and Markakis singled in Flaherty and, after Delmon Young had his third hit of the night, Davis made it 5-3 with a sacrifice fly. I felt like they did a good job getting the barrel to some good pitches," Kelley said. "If I bounced some of those balls, maybe theyre swing and misses." Tommy Hunter gave up two hits to start the ninth and a sacrifice fly to former Oriole Brian Roberts before getting Yangervis Solarte to ground into a double play for his third save. Brian Matusz got two outs (1-0) in the eighth. "Its not always going to be pretty, you just look at the result," Orioles manager Buck Showalter said. There were many empty seats on a brisk night in the Bronx despite it being New Yorks first chance to see the prrized Tanaka, who signed a seven-year, $155 million contract with the Yankees this winter -- plus a $20 million rights fee paid to his team in Japan, Ratuken. Kyle Walker-Peters Jersey. Tanaka warmed up to "My Dear Fellow" by the Japanese group Momoiro Clover Z. He then received a rude welcome from Markakis. The Orioles leadoff batter grounded the first pitch of the game right back at Tanaka, hitting the right-hander on the foot before it deflected to shortstop Derek Jeter, who made the throw for the out. In similar fashion to his first big league start at Toronto, Tanaka was tagged early before settling in. He gave up three runs -- two earned -- in the first two innings Friday of a seven-inning outing in which he struck out eight. This time, Schoop hit a drive high above the left field pole in the second inning. But Tanaka gave up just three more singles -- seven hits overall -- and a walk on 101 pitches. "Again, it seemed like he got better as the night went on," manager Joe Girardi said. Gonzalez was equal to the task, allowing seven hits and three runs. He walked one and struck out three. Adam Jones came up to a smattering of boos before his first at-bat a day after he said, "They should let us have a shot to kick em with our metal spikes," about two fans who ran on the field during Tuesdays game. The fans shenanigans got a huge cheer from the crowd. Jones struck out his first two times up to hardy cheers. Jones wasnt alone. Tanaka had the Orioles flailing at his nasty split-fingered fastball all night, many bouncing in the dirt. "Were not the same hitters he faced over there. We groove, we hack," said Jones, who singled in his third at-bat off Tanaka. NOTES: Tanakas walk of Matt Wieters in the third snapped a streak of five straight games in which the Yankees starter did not allow a free pass. ... Orioles LHP Johan Santana (shoulder) will pitch BP Saturday in Sarasota, Fla. ... RHP Dylan Bundy (Tommy John surgery) threw 35 fastballs. Manager Buck Showalter said it went well. ... Up next: The Yankees begin a four-game series against Boston Thursday. Michael Pineda (1-0) makes his first Yankee Stadium start. The Orioles open a series against Toronto in Baltimore on Friday. ' ' '