Peter Laviolette was named head coach of Team USA for the upcoming World Hockey Championship in Belarus. Laviolette has previously represented the United States in international competition on numerous occasions in several different capacities. He most recently served as an assistant coach for the Olympic team in Sochi and was the head coach of the 2006 Olympic team in Torino. Prior to that, Laviolette was head coach of Team USA for the World Hockey Championship in 2004 and 2005, leading the United States to the bronze medal in 2004. He also served as an assistant coach for the United States during the 2004 World Cup of Hockey, where he helped Team USA to the semifinals. Laviolette has more than 750 games of NHL head coaching experience, including leading the Carolina Hurricanes to the 2006 Stanley Cup. Team USA won the bronze medal at last years World Hockey Championship. Air Jordan 6 Retro Ireland .C. - Goodyear has warned teams that increased speeds at Charlotte Motor Speedway will put a heavy emphasis on the right front tires in Saturday nights race a€” a potentially key development for drivers trying to advance in the Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship. Wholesale Air Jordan 6 Ireland . The Sioux Falls Canaries scored two in the seventh and three more in the eighth to come back from a 3-0 deficit and defeat the Winnipeg Goldeyes 5-3 in front of 6,769 at Shaw Park on Sunday afternoon. http://www.cheapairjordan6ireland.com/ . Jeff Carter had two goals and an assist as the Kings stretched their streak to seven wins in a row with a 4-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Sunday. Cheap Air Jordan 6 Ireland . -- New York Yankees centre fielder Jacoby Ellsbury was sent for an MRI Thursday of his ailing right calf, which was negative. Air Jordan 6 Ireland . - Frankie (The Answer) Edgar dominated B.Each week, we will run down the top waiver wire pickups with a focus on the coming week and rest of the season. QUARTERBACKS Terrelle Pryor (vs Steelers)Last week: ByePryor is still only owned in less than half the leagues and while he didnt maintain his early season numbers, he should still find a home somewhere during the bye weeks. The Raiders are coming off a bye week and playing the improving (but still not that good) Pittsburgh Steelers. Pryor has built a successful connection with Denarius Moore of late and if they find each other for another touchdown pass on Sunday, Pryors numbers will certainly warrant a bye week fill-in start. Ryan Tannehill (at Patriots)Last week: 19/37, 196 yards, 3 TDs; 2 INTsTannehill looked very shaky against the Bills on Sunday but his day was saved from a fantasy perspective by his three passing touchdowns. The Dolphins running game just isnt very good though so Tannehill will continue to be relied upon to make plays through the air and its not like he doesnt have weapons in the passing game. With so many injuries at the QB position and teams on byes, you could do worse than Tannehill as a plug and play. Mike Glennon (vs Panthers)Last week: 26/44, 256 yards, 2 TDsWith Doug Martin gone for the foreseeable future and likely the season, Glennon might be forced to air it out more. Glennon has shown some improvement over his three starts and has thrown for at least 250 yards and two touchdowns in each of the last two weeks. Hes got a tough matchup against the Panthers this week, but if youre desperate at the QB position, Glennon should be on your radar. Geno Smith (at Bengals)Last week: 17/33, 233 yards, 1 TDs, 1 INT; 32 rush yards, 1 rushing TDIts been someting of a roller coaster ride for the Jets rookie QB this season. Hes mixed in some great fantasy games (three 20-point games) with some real stinkers (two sub-10-point games). If youre looking for consistency, look elsewhere, but if you want a bye week pick up or injury replacement with the potential for a big game you should consider Smith. Others: Josh McCown (Bye), Case Keenum (Bye) RUNNING BACKS Mike James (vs Panthers) Last week: 11 carries, 17 yards, 1 TDDoug Martin is likely out for the season with a torn labrum and that means James is going to be a very popular waiver pickup this week. The Bucs offence hasnt exactly set the NFL on fire this season but any back that is likely to get more than 15 carries has to be owned. Dont expect James to be your saviour - hes not nearly as good a back as Doug Martin, but he can slide in as a decent RB2/FLEX option for the remainder of the season. Roy Helu Jr. (at Green Bay)Last week: 11 carries, 41 yards, 3 TDs; 1 catch, 5 yardsWhen the Redskins go to the hurry-up, Helu becomes their every-down back. They went there great success against the Bears on Sunday and Helu rewarded them with three touchdowns. He wont score three times every week, but given the effectiveness of their hurry-up set, dont be surprised if Helus workload increases in the coming weeks. Alfred Morris is still the clear No.1, but Helu should continue to see around a dozen touches per week and be on the field during all passing downs. He is a high-end FLEX option with even more value in PPR formats. Joseph Randle (at Green Bay)Last week: 199 carries, 65 yards; 3 catches, 28 yardsRandle doesnt bring a whole lot of flash to the Cowboys backfield but he is their starting, early-down back.dddddddddddd Any running back that is getting 20 touches needs to be rostered based on volume alone. So long as DeMarco Murray is sidelined, Randle should be owned. Chris Ivory (at Bengals)Last week: 34 carries, 104 yards; 1 catch, -2 yardsWhere did that come from? Chris Ivory dominated the workload in the Jets backfield on Sunday out-touchding Bilal Powell 34-3 in a win over the Patriots. Its unlikely that the split continues to skew so heavily towards Ivory, but it can likely be taken as an indication that Ivory will continue to see a fair number of looks going forward. He has fantasy relevance again. Others: Donald Brown (Bye), Mike Tolbert (at Bucs) WIDE RECEIVERS Harry Douglas (at Cardinals)Last week: 7 catches, 149 yards, 1 TDHarry Douglas needs to be owned. Julio Jones is done, Roddy White is having a hard time staying healthy and Tony Gonzalez (with the exception of Week 6) just hasnt dominated. Matt Ryan has to throw the ball and Douglas will be a big beneficiary. He looked good as the Falcons No.1 wideout on Sunday grabbing all seven of his targets for 149 yards including a 37-yard touchdown. He is worth a pickup in pretty much any format. Jarrett Boykin (at Vikings)Last week: 8 catches, 103 yards, 1 TDWith Randall Cobb and James Jones both sitting out last week with knee injuries, Boykin stepped up and had a career night. He hauled in eight catches on 10 targets including an athletic 39-yard reception and a nice 20-yard touchdown. The Packers receiving corps also took another significant hit against the Browns with Jermichael Finley going down, so, even if Jones is able to return in Week 8, Boykin figures to maintain a sizeable workload. With Aaron Rodgers at quarterback that means he is worth owning. Darrius Heyward-Bey (Bye)Last Week: 4 catches, 44 yards, 1 TDWith Reggie Wayne out for the season with a torn ACL, Heyward-Bey will be thrust into a bigger role in the Colts passing game. T.Y. Hilton becomes the clear No. 1 receiver but guys like DHB and Coby Fleener should see a pretty sizeable uptick in usage in the passing game. He had played a significant role in the Colts win over the Broncos in Week 6 and caught his first touchdown of the season. He is on the WR3 radar. Others: Jeremy Kerley (at Bengals), Kendall Wright (Bye), Kris Durham (vs. Cowboys) TIGHT ENDS Jordan Reed (at Broncos)Last week: 9 catches, 134 yards, 1 TDWe said pick Reed up in this space last week. If you listened it paid off big. If you didnt, do it now. The rookie is miles ahead of Fred Davis, who was a healthy scratch on Sunday, in the Redskins tight end pecking order now. He is a solid TE1 option for the rest of the season. Heath Miller (at Raiders)Last week: 2 catches, 17 yards, 1 TDDont worry too much about the fact that Miller only caught two passes last week. He is Ben Roethlisbergers security blanket and will maintain a significant role in the Steelers going forward. Expect more targets and catches against Oakland this week. Others: Tyler Eifert (vs Jets), Delanie Walker (Bye), Coby Fleener (Bye) ' ' '