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KITZBUEHEL, Austria -- Paolo Lorenzi of Italy became the oldest first-time winner of an ATP event Saturday after beating Nikoloz Basilashvili of Georgia 6-3, 6-4 in the Generali Open final.At 34 years and seven months, Lorenzi is one month older than Victor Estrella Burgos of the Dominican Republic when he won his maiden title in Quito, Ecuador, last year.This is a present for me. I think it was a fantastic week, said the fourth-seeded Italian, who is ranked a career-high 48th. Today I was playing really good. I am really happy with this win.Lorenzi appeared in his second career final after losing to Federico Delbonis of Argentina at Sao Paolo two years ago. He is the first Italian to win an ATP title since Fabio Fognini triumphed in Vina del Mar, Chile, in February 2014.The 123rd-ranked Basilashvili, who had not been beyond the quarterfinals before, was the first Georgian player to appear in an ATP final.I think it was a great week for both of us. Hes a lot younger so he will have a lot of time for winning, Lorenzi said of his 24-year-old opponent.Lorenzi was in control of the first set after breaking Basilashvili in the opening game. He conceded just six points on his own serve and added another break at 5-3 to close out the set.Both players had two early breaks in the second set before the Italian converted his first match point on the Georgians serve at 5-4.Congratulations to Paolo for playing great, Basilashvili said. I gave my 100 per cent but I guess that was not enough. I am very happy that I was in the final. Rocky Bleier Jersey . "We have always prided ourselves on the way we play defence. Having two big pieces back is going to be a key for us moving forward for years to come," said Knighthawks head coach Mike Hasen. Mike Wagner Steelers Jersey . Denis Coderre, the former federal MP who was elected mayor on Nov. 3, has drawn the ire of some Montreal Canadiens. During last nights game he tweeted: "Hello? 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Every week, well mine the waiver wire for lesser-owned assets to help your squad, whether you favor dynasty or the redraft format -- and well also toss in some tips for DFS players out there. Categorized by position, the players are ranked in descending order by ownership percentage in ESPN leagues.Well also include some former go-to fantasy assets who may be overvalued -- in the short- or long-term -- for one reason or another.Entering Week 3, the Oilers are surging, the Stars are hurting, and two southern California clubs appear to be shaking off sludgy starts to 2016-17. A handful of candidates from all four squads deserve increased scrutiny.ForwardsMikkel Boedker, LW, San Jose Sharks Ownership percentage: 44.7Dont give up on the newest member of the Sharks quite yet. While one goal (and zero assists) in six games from Boedker is nothing to bark about, San Joses coaching staff is giving the speedy winger a fresh opportunity on the clubs top line with Joe Thornton and Joe Pavelski.Tanner Pearson, LW, Los Angeles Kings Ownership percentage: 24.5Boy, that short-lived suspension certainly got Pearsons motor running. After spending two games in the press box, the Kings winger quickly made up for lost time with four goals and one assist in three contests. Right now, the 24-year-old is skating on a line with center Jeff Carter.Andre Burakovsky, LW/RW, Washington Capitals Ownership percentage: 18.9Identified in this space last week, Burakovsky is again worth mentioning by way of his promotion to the Capitals top trio with Alex Ovechkin and Evgeny Kuznetsov. Capitals management is expecting much from their young forward this season, and hes getting a shot to prove them right with this new assignment.David Perron, LW, St. Louis Blues Ownership percentage: 11.8Bumped to a scoring unit with Vladimir Tarasenko and Jaden Schwartz, Perron notched a hat trick plus an assist in Saturdays win. Encouraging stuff. Just realize that head coach Ken Hitchcock wont hesitate to throw his lines back in the blender at the first sign of diminishing chemistry.Vladislav Namestnikov, C/LW, Tampa Bay Lightning Ownership percentage: 4.0A few minutes on a dynamic scoring line with Steven Stamkos and Nikita Kucherov, and presto, Namestnikov has his first two points -- a goal and an assist -- of the season. While DFS competitors may want to wager on a similar performance from the 23-year-old versus the relatively porous Maple Leafs Tuesday, Namestnikov also sports dark-horse potential in deeper season-long leagues, especially while he remains on that top scoring unit.Nick Ritchie, LW, Anaheim Ducks Ownership percentage: 4.0Competing on a line with Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry, Ritchie potted a goal in Sundays win against the Canucks. The 20-year-old, former first-round draft pick (10th overall, 2014) could relish a breakout sophomore season if keeps a grip on that gig, though Rickard Rakell is looming.Artturi Lehkonen, LW, Montreal Canadiens Ownership percentage: 1.1So far, Alexander Radulov is clearly having a blast in his NHL reawakening with the Canadiens. Do you know who else is having fun? The 21-year-old Finn playing on the line with Radulov and Tomas Plekanec. While still adjusting to the North American game, Lehkonen already has two goals and an assist in his first half-dozen contests. And hes already showing a promising inclination for generating shots on goal.DefendersMatt Dumba, Minnesota Wild Ownership percentage: 24.1With Jared Spurgeon nursing an upper-body injury, Dumba takes over alongside franchise defenseman Ryan Suter at even strength and with the extra skater. Eating up monster minutes (26-plus per game) in his past couple of games, the 22-year-old young defenseman is projected to improve on last seasons totals of 10 goals and 16 assists, whether he sticks with Suter or (most likely) not.Nikita Zaitsev, Toronto Maple Leafs Ownership percentage: 6.4An NHL rookie in name only, the 24-year-old top-four defenseman brings seven seasons of KHL experience to Torontos blue line, along with a proclivity for contributing to the score sheet. So faar, so good, as Zaitsev has three assists while continuing to adjust to the game in North America.dddddddddddd Fantasy owners in deeper leagues should certainly give the Leafs D-man serious consideration, and owners in shallow leagues should keep an eye on him.Philip Larsen, Vancouver Canucks Ownership percentage: 0.5Back in the NHL after spending two seasons overseas, the 26-year-old Dane finds himself contributing as member of the Canucks top power-play unit -- two of three assists collected in his most recent two contests have counted with the man advantage. While keeping expectations in check, Larsen certainly merits a thought as an inexpensive DFS asset, but only as long as he continues to see power-play time with the Sedins.GoaltendersCam Talbot, Edmonton Oilers Ownership percentage: 65.2Before you dismiss the Oilers early-season success as anomalous good fortune, realize a few insightful pundits are quickly crediting the new defensive top pairing of Adam Larsson and Oscar Klefbom for the teams stingy success in their own end. That means Talbot -- named the NHLs first star for this past week -- may not soon fall to pieces after all.Jacob Markstrom, Vancouver Canucks Ownership percentage: 29.6If you believe, as many do, that Markstrom is poised to take over for Ryan Miller as the Canucks No. 1 sometime this season, consider investing in the future right now. While Miller has already missed out on action due to injury, the 26-year-old Markstrom has played well, with a 3-0-1 record, a 1.95 goals-against average and .923 save percentage this season.Jimmy Howard, Detroit Red Wings Ownership percentage: 21.2Theres no denying Petr Mrazek is the Red Wings No. 1 to start 2016-17, but Howard is already making the most of his opportunities. Give the Red Wings backup a look as a solid spot-start option, or DFS option, when hes next in action. The 32-year-old has only allowed one goal through two victories thus far.Carter Hutton, St. Louis Blues Ownership percentage: 4.9Tapped to start Tuesday in relief of Jake Allen, Hutton serves as a particularly appealing option in DFS play when he gets the nod. The Blues backup was super in his one other appearance -- a 33-save victory over the Rangers -- this season.Lowered expectationsPatrick Sharp, LW, Dallas Stars Ownership percentage: 85.2You have to feel for coach Lindy Ruff while the Stars corps of forwards endures a rough stretch of injury luck to begin 2016-17. And although the respective absences of Jiri Hudler, Ales Hemsky, Cody Eakin, Patrick Eaves and others have hurt, the loss of Patrick Sharp to a suspected concussion is most devastating. Theres no point in trying to hammer out a timeline for recovery here; look for Brett Ritchie or Eaves (once healthy himself) to fill in alongside star forwards Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin while Sharp recuperates. Also know that Jason Spezza is considered questionable this week with an undisclosed injury.Adam Henrique, C, New Jersey Devils Ownership percentage: 76.1It wasnt that long ago fantasy owners and New Jersey fans were eagerly anticipating the fresh, forward pairing of Henrique and star winger Taylor Hall. Fast forward to the present, and we find coach John Hynes skating teen rookie Paval Zacha on Halls line, after experimenting with Travis Zajac in the centermans slot. Meanwhile, Henrique has all of one assist to show for himself through five games.Jussi Jokinen, LW, Florida Panthers Ownership percentage: 58.1The 33-year-old winger could miss the rest of this week -- if not longer -- with a knee injury. University of Minnesota alum Kyle Rau is earning a top-six shot with the Panthers in Jokinens absence.Jason Pominville, RW, Minnesota Wild Ownership percentage: 33.5Relegated to a bottom-six slot for the Wild, Pominville is positioned to see his numbers decrease for a third-straight season. Until injury knocks another prominent forward out, the veteran winger isnt worth a lineup spot in most fantasy leagues. ' ' '

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