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Stylers light up leaky Bandits goaltending
PG Senior Lacrosse action between Stylers & Bandits | Brendan Pawliw, My PG Now
A bakers dozen turned out to be plenty for the Co-op Petroleum Stylers who pounced on some sub-par goaltending against the RPR Mechanical/JR Construction Bandits on Wednesday winning
It was the first win of the 2018 Prince George Senior Lacrosse season for the Stylers who welcomed back sniper Doug Porter after completing his first season with the Bishops Gaitors.
“It was a great year and I loved the group of guys I was playing with and it was good lacrosse and it brings a new experience back here playing with the older guys.”
He is also re-united with former midget teammate Cam Prouse who joins the Stylers after playing last season with Northland Nissan Assault.
“I used to play with him so I think we have a lot of chemistry out there instead of being on the opposite side of eachother.”
#Stylers forward Doug Porter on tonights victory over #Bandits in #PGSeniorLAX #CityofPG #sports pic.twitter.com/BTIpf0Ie3k
— My Prince George Now (@mypgnow) May 3, 2018
The Bandits were forced to play catch up all night long trailing 5-1 and 9-3 at various points of the contest before mustering up an offensive flurry in the second and third periods to keep the game close.
Prouse scored a couple of timely power-play goals for the Stylers to keep their opponents at bay as Drew Doig and Cole Paciejewski put up a combined 11 points in defeat for the Bandits.
“I really think we pulled it together in the third, a little bit shaky in the second period but that’s what we can do and that’s scoring goals and playing good defense as well.”
The line of Porter-Prouse and Matt Rochon made life miserable for Bandits goalie Liam Miller who allowed a whopping nine goals and 19 points to the trio.
Prouse adds it was key to get off to a good start.
“It’s always good to get some goalies early on a netminder and rattle him and from there on out he’s shaky and it was good to get a couple of quick ones there.”
#Stylers player Cam Prouse pleased with new team and victory over #Bandits in #PGSeniorLAX pic.twitter.com/qocyKdjUv1
— My Prince George Now (@mypgnow) May 3, 2018
The Stylers improve to 1-1 on the season while the Bandits drop to 1-1.
Both teams are back in action on Saturday at Kin 1 with the Bandits facing the Westwood Pub Devils (
The next league action is set for Thursday in Quesnel as the Crossfire (0-1) battle the Devils (1-0) at 8PM.
Matt Rochon makes it 6-1 #Stylers over #Bandits in #PGSeniorLAX action at Kin 1 #CityOfPG #Sports pic.twitter.com/RWDqVKVhvl
— My Prince George Now (@mypgnow) May 3, 2018
Qualifications | Iconic Goaltending
Clayton Brown grew up in Flint, Michigan and now resides in Detroit, Michigan. Most of Clayton’s life has been spent playing competitive hockey for local travel teams including Little Caesars Midget Major AAA in 2007. Before playing in college Clayton played 3 seasons of Junior hockey in Ontario Canada (GOJHL) (NOJHL) as well as in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (AJHL) and Rochester, New York (EJHL).
Clayton’s Professional coaching career began in 2007 at Bandits Goalie School. There he worked as the Head of Development and Director of On and Off-Ice Operations for 13 years. Although grateful for his time spent with Bandits Goalie School, Clayton’s insatiable desire to learn and grow drove him to create his own company, and develop a philosophy and way of teaching that is objective and unique; it truly fits with any style of goaltender.
As a professional coach Clayton has had the opportunity to collaborate with, learn from and share ideas with high caliber goalies including Jack Campbell (LA Kings) Scott Wedgewood (New Jersey Devils) Zach Nagelvoort (Edmonton Oilers), Alex Nedeljkovic (Carolina Hurricanes), Dylan St.
Clayton has learned from the very best in the game of hockey and with his
acquired knowledge and experience he has honed his craft and created a coaching style that truly brings out the very best in every athlete. In 2016/17 Clayton added a National Championship to his resume, leading Aquinas College to win their very first National Championship with a 34-5-1 record. The Aquinas Goaltenders gained recognition for best Save Percentages and Goals Against as well as League Recognition.
Whether you are a first-year goalie or a seasoned veteran, Clayton has the knowledge and skill to tweak, enhance and transform your game in order to bring out the Champion in you.
“I am one of the best because I learn from the best.”
Best Game By a Sabres Goalie In Years Happened Last Night [WATCH]
The Buffalo Sabres have had ups and down through the first five weeks of the 2021-2022 regular season, and last night could be considered an “up”, depending on which way you want to take it.
The Sabres defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins by a score of 2-1. The game was anything but a dominant performance by the Sabres; the opposite is true, actually. Pittsburgh was clearly the better team at home last night, but the Sabres had the best player on the ice.
Backup goaltender Dustin Tokarski absolutely stood on his head. He stopped 45 of 46 shots and the Penguins had 74 shot attempts. The Sabres had 19 shots and 31 shot attemps…Buffalo has zero business winning that game, but Tokarski decided to do his best Dominik Hasek impersonation.
It wasn’t as if these were layup shot attempts from the outside, either; the Penguins were gifted with glorious scoring chances, especially in the second and third periods. They looked lethal on the powerplay and even shorthanded, they seemed to have better scoring opportunities than the Sabres did on the powerplay.
Check out some of the saves Tokarski made last night.
Tokarski also played well in the Sabres 3-2 win over the Edmonton Oilers last Thursday night at KeyBank Center, and that team has been on fire this season.
We’re seeing why Tokarski beat out both Aaron Dell and Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen for the backup job to Craig Anderson in training camp and the preseason.
The Sabres next play the Calgary Flames at KeyBank Center this Thursday night at 7 pm.
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Bert Trautmann dies at 89; ex-Nazi and star England soccer goalie
The first time former Nazi paratrooper Bert Trautmann faced his new teammates, the English soccer club Manchester City, in 1949, he was welcomed with these words: “There’s no war in here, Bert. ”
The war-weary public was not so forgiving — until the native German and former prisoner of war quickly established himself as a stellar goalkeeper.
He helped Manchester City win the FA Cup in 1956, despite unwittingly playing the last 17 minutes of the final with a broken neck. Among his contemporaries, Trautmann was regarded as one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time.
Trautmann, who had two heart attacks this year, died Friday at his home in La Llosa, near Valencia, Spain, the German Football Federation announced. He was 89.
During World War II, an 18-year-old Trautmann joined the Luftwaffe and fought on the Eastern Front, earning five medals including an Iron Cross for gallantry. He was captured in Russia, and later in France, but escaped both times.
Fleeing from an American unit, he jumped over a fence and — in an oft-told story — landed at the feet of a British soldier, who greeted him by saying, “Hello, Fritz. Fancy a cup of tea?”
The British Army sent Trautmann to a prisoner of war camp in England, where he first started playing goalkeeper. He would later claim that his paratrooper training, which emphasized acrobatic dives, made it easier for him to fall on the soccer field without injury.
In 1945, Trautmann was one of only 90 members of his original 1,000-strong regiment to survive the war. He turned down the chance to be repatriated back to Germany and remained in England, where he married a local woman, worked on a farm and kept goal for a local soccer team.
His performance in a friendly match against Manchester City led the first-division club to sign him to a contract. After the decision was announced, 20,000 people protested and for years he received hate mail.
As he played in 245 of Manchester City’s next 250 games, Trautmann won over fans with his brilliant play in goal. The country’s soccer writers named him player of the year in 1956 — days before his legendary performance in that year’s FA Cup final.
Late in the final match, he sustained a serious injury while diving at the feet of Birmingham City’s Peter Murphy. Trautmann refused to leave the field and made a number of crucial saves to protect his team’s 3-1 win.
When he stepped forward to collect his FA Cup medal, his neck was noticeably crooked. Three days later, X-rays confirmed he had played the final minutes with a fractured neck.
Later that year his 5-year-old son, John, was hit and killed by a car. His first wife never recovered, he later said, and after 10 years of marriage the couple divorced. They had two other sons, and he also had a daughter from a previous relationship.
He continued playing soccer until he was 40, retiring in 1964. He moved into management with lower-division clubs in England and Germany and later helped develop soccer in Third World countries.
Trautmann admitted that it bothered him to be remembered primarily for playing with the neck injury and not for being the first German to play in an FA Cup final, in 1955.
“That was something absolutely magnificent,” he told the British media in 2011. “We lost 3-1 to Newcastle United…. But it was an amazing day and I just looked around the stadium and thought, ‘You lucky man.’ ”
He was born in 1923 in Bremen, Germany, into a working-class family. After enrolling in the Hitler Youth at age 10, he began to excel in sports.
“People ask, ‘Why did I join the Hitler Youth?’” he later said. “But they don’t understand. Growing up in Hitler’s Germany you had no mind of your own.”
Trautmann received one of England’s highest honors in 2004 when he was appointed an honorary Office of the Order of the British Empire for promoting Anglo-Germany relations through soccer.
He retired to Spain, where he lived with his third wife.
“I feel British in my heart now,” he said in a 2010 interview in the British press. “When people ask me about life, I say my education began when I got to England. I learnt about humanity, tolerance and forgiveness.”
Times staff writers Valerie J. Nelson and Kevin Baxter contributed to this report.
99ers take down top teams
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Author of the article:Brian Smiley Easton Wainwright of the Brantford 99ers anticipates the puck in front of Burlington Cougars goaltender Zach Dietz during the third period of a game at the Wayne Gretzky Centre on Thursday. Wainwright got two goals and two assists in the game to lead the 99ers to the win. Photo by Michelle Malvaso / OJH
The Brantford 99ers used last week to prove they can play with the top teams in the Ontario Junior A Hockey League’s west division.
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Facing Burlington twice and Georgetown once, Brantford was able to grab four out of a possible six points in the three games.
Burlington and Georgetown, each with four losses, are currently battling for first place in the west division. The 99ers, who are fourth, handed each of the teams one of those losses last week.
Brantford defeated Burlington 4-3 at home on Thursday, before falling 7-1 in Burlington the following night. The 99ers finished the week with a 3-2 win at home against Georgetown on Sunday.
Brantford was outshot 38-19 in the first game against Burlington and trailed 2-1 after 20 minutes. However, three straight goals in the second period propelled the 99ers to the win.
Easton Wainwright had a huge game for Brantford with two goals and two assists. Jack Robertson (2A) got two points with Jaden Lee and Lucas Thompson rounding out the scoring.
Ben Bonisteel was outstanding in goal making 35 saves.
The following night Brantford carried its momentum to start as Brendan Anderson opened the scoring but after that it was all Burlington.
Trailing Georgetown 2-0 after one period following two power-play goals, things could have got much worse but 99ers goaltender Slava Gordeichuk came up big by stopping a Chris Ishmael penalty shot midway through the second.
That sparked Brantford and, after goals from Jake Partridge and Thompson, the 99ers were tied 2-2 going into the third. Anderson finished things with a short-handed goal at 8:28.
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Gordeichuk made 34 saves to earn the win.
GREATER ONTARIO JUNIOR B HOCKEY LEAGUE
Finding the back of the net continues to be an issue for the Bandits.
Brantford recently dropped back-to-back games against Caledon, losing 5-0 and 4-1. Jake DaSilva scored the only Brantford goal of the week.
The Bandits have lost five games in a row, scoring just five goals in that span.
The Corvairs split a pair of games last week, losing 4-2 in St. Catharines on Friday before beating Pelham 6-4 at home on Saturday.
Mitchell Ferras and Jacob Macdonald scored the goals against St. Catharines.
Terry Bridgland got a pair of goals against Pelham while Drew Wawrow (3A), Ethan Doyle (1G, 2A), Ferras (2A), Dylan MacLeod (2A) and Mason Mantzavrakos (1G, 1A) had multi-point games.
Macdonald and Noah Baltzer were the final goal scorers in front of Ethan Langevin, who made 20 saves for the win in goal.
PROVINCIAL JUNIOR C HOCKEY LEAGUE
It was a weekend to forget for the Bulldogs.
Playing in Tavistock on Friday, Burford lost 11-0. The Bulldogs then lost 10-3 to Woodstock at home on Saturday.
Chase Machin, Isaiah Ilao and Carter Murphy scored against Woodstock, which was helped to its win by Brantford’s Ben Feijo, a defenceman who scored a goal while adding three assists.
Hagersville had some trouble scoring goals on the weekend in a pair of losses.
The Hawks lost 2-1 to Dunnville on Friday and 4-1 to Grimsby on Saturday.
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Alastair Irvine and Mikael Vicente were the goal scorers.
PORT DOVER SAILORS
Although remaining near the top of the standings, the Sailors lost valuable points last week by going 1-2.
Port Dover lost 5-4 to Niagara on Thursday and 3-2 in overtime to Grimsby on Friday. The Sailors scored a 5-3 win against Glanbrook on Sunday.
Nick D’Agostino (3A) had a great game against Niagara, with Mason Hardy, Matt Hielema, Austin Hall and Ben Mason scoring the goals.
Hall and Mason scored against Grimsby.
Hardy (3A), Dylan Stroud (1G, 1A), D’Agostino (1G, 1A), Mason (1G, 1A) and Isaac Macaulay (2A) led the way against Glanbrook. Michael Vanacker and Zachary Johnson also scored as goaltender Nolan McDowell made 37 saved for the win.
GREATER METRO JUNIOR A HOCKEY LEAGUE
ST. GEORGE RAVENS
The Ravens picked up a pair of big weekend wins, defeating Plattsville 4-2 and Northumberland 6-3.
Mike Marchesan (2G, 2A) and Brodie Thoms (1G, 3A) led St. George to victory versus Plattsville. Nicholas Messier (1G, 1A) also had a big game, as did goaltender Christian Lynch, who made 46 saves.
Thoms (1G, 3A), Messier (1G, 2A) and Marchesan (2G) didn’t slow down against Northumberland. They were helped offensively by Kyle Munyankuge (2A), Owen Toddington (1G, 1A), Noah Sigal (2A) and Spencer D’Souza (1G). Marek Pavlas stopped 36 shots to grab the win.
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Standout Teams, Players From Day One of IL Fall Invitational, Session Two
(Inside Lacrosse Photos: Craig Chase)
More than 100 coaches turned out as the weather held off for Session Two of the Inside Lacrose Fall Invitational.
Saturday’s session, held at Blandair Park in Howard County, Md., featured nearly 30 teams, and there will be more than 30 attending Sunday’s at the same site.
Check out some standout players and clubs below, with many more evaluations to come.
Standout Player: Graham Parker, M, Nationals / DeMatha (Md. ) — Navy
A physical lefty dodging midfielder who doesn’t shy away from contact and was able to get to the middle of the field sweeping to his left against just about any defender. He makes good decisions with the ball and is capable of scoring himself or unselfishly moving the ball to the open man. Brings a toughness on the ride, groundballs and defense that you would expect from a Navy commit.
Standout Club: 3d Colorado
After starting the day with wins in their first two games, 3d Colorado’s 2023s looked in trouble, down 4-1 at halftime, but they managed to score all four goals of the second half to pull out a 5-4 win over LI Sting. Goalie Hank Leonard made back-to-back saves while the team was two-men down to preserve a tie and set up the opportunity to score the game winning goal. Ethan Hughes is a tough dodging midfielder who seeks out contact when he initiates and can score with a variety of release points on his shot. They have a pair of LSMs Reagan Kobbe and Liam Fallon who both excel with the ball in their stick in transition. Scott Bovard is a lefty shooter at attack who can dodge and feed as well. Their midfield is deep with players who can create off the dodge like Griffyn Weber, Grant Nelligan, Denley Kofoed and Chase Marini. Ryan Morris and Brooks Rhine lead a group of poles that plays well organized, team defense.
Standout Player: Hayden Celio, A, Looney’s / Loyola Blakefield (Md.) — UMBC
It’s getting too cliche to compare big-bodied lefty attackmen to Chris Cloutier these days, but Hayden Celio’s frame and skill set comes close. When he found a lane either getting topside to the middle or on the low wing, he was almost impossible to stop. Celio trucked a riding attackman across the midfield line on the clear in Looney’s first game, completed a Grant Ament-like underhand skip pass (which the recipient hit the crossbar on the finish) the next half, and was a menace in the two-man game on the lefty wing. Still a raw talent in some areas of the game, Celio has quite some work to do to make sure his stick skills and decision-making are all buttoned up for the next level, but has all the physical attributes to impress quite a bit on Day One of the IL Fall Invitational for Looney’s. If he can take out any carelessness out of his offensive arsenal, watch out.
Standout Club: SouthShore
Consistent scoring from the midfield and some timely defensive stops propelled the SouthShore ‘23s to a perfect 3-0 day . An easy eight-goal victory to start the day gave SouthShore the confidence to squeak out a narrow 6-5 win over Nationals. In the third contest, a game after 3d Upstate FOGO Luke McCrobie dominated at the face-off X, SouthShore’s Dylan Dwyer brought it to him with the help of his wings. Middie Jo Jo DeGatano is a big, physical dodger whose size presents matchup problems. Attackman Nathan Price had an ability to uncork some blistering shots on a few sweeping dodges. A great ride coupled with some great plays in the middle of the field from guys like Zachary Gibson and Jack Venneman were key. Offensive middies Matthew Buonocore brought out his right handed cannon on more than one occasion and attack man Miguel Lontok finished off some great possessions and rides as the recipient from a lot of hard work from his teammates. Rory Quinn and Joe Cortese were stout defensively. Goalies Cooper D’Ambrosio and Carson Quinn were both stalwarts in net to anchor the undefeated Saturday.
Standout Player: Jake Wright, A, Edge / Garth Webb (Ont.)
A high-energy, high-IQ player, Wright competed at an extraordinarily high level and made a ton of plays throughout the day to boost a tough Edge squad. He’s armed with excellent hands, displayed range with his outside shot and was a force in the riding game, riding to the end line and creating a handful of turnovers. As a dodger, Wright was assertive and got to high percentage areas, often getting through of teeth of defenses before putting the ball in the back of the net. I’d expect his phone to blow up this week after his performance at IL Invitational.
Standout Club: Edge
On Saturday, I made it a point to focus on watching the boys from Ontario, as their road trips have been limited during the COVID-19 pandemic. Compared to their showing at our July session, I couldn’t help but notice how much confidence they played with, but was really blown away with Edge’s physicality. They imposed their will in a rather exciting 6-4 win over Looney’s, with Wright adding a pair of tallies in a battle that was played in rainy, windy conditions. On defense, longpole Tyler Smith was the top standout with his heavy checks and tenacity. In cage, goalie Nicholas Parolin did a nice job holding Looney’s scoreless in the second half and tallied three saves in the win.
Standout Player: Kyle McCarthy, M, Nationals LC
For the last two years, Nationals LC’s 24s have rolled out big middie after big middie, and Kyle McCarthy fits the mold perfectly. He has some grown-man strength at 6-3, 185 and is very, very versatile. Able to play defense, clear the ball and score in transition as easily as he can square up a defender and dodge him, he’s also an asset facing off. Shout out to his teammate Luis Gonzalez, who has a lightning quick first step and a silky sidearm release.
Standout Club: NH Tomahawks
The Tomahawks held off the Nationals, 10-8, in what was arguably the game of the day in the 2024 division. Attackman Brady Dumont made a strong impression. He’s a lefty goal-scorer in the vein of Tomahawk lefties who’ve come before him like Hunter Drouin. He’s wiry but physical enough to step to the middle of the field, get his feet set and fire off a nice shot from a variety of release points. Face-off specialist Cole Frank was another weapon, feeding his team possessions throughout.
Tomahawks wasn’t the only ’24 squad to make a strong impression 3d Colorado went 3-0 and will be back to continue its dominance on Sunday, and 2Way North, playing with a short bench, went 2-0.
Standout Player: Liam O’Keefe, G, NH Tomahawks
As a freshman, he looks to already have upperclassman-like composure in the net. He’s a late reactor (in a good way) in that he waits for the shooter to commit before making his first move, and he might do his best work with the ball in his stick in the clearing game.
Standout Club: 3d Upstate
The Upstate boys pulled out a scrap over Tomahawks, 7-4, to put forth the most impressive resume on the day, going 3-0 and winning by an average of six goals. They’re a group that starts from the strength of their midfield and have guys that can play all over the field. Domenic DiNardo has a good frame, and Justin DiGiovanni is really skilled – he caught my eye with a perfect cross-field through-pass. 3d Upstate will be back in action Sunday with three marquee games vs. 2Way, Philly Freedom and Patriot Elite.
—TF90,000 “The reserve goalkeeper’s lot is not my scenario”
Vladislav Soromytko is a hereditary goalkeeper, his father defended the SKA goal in the mid-90s. By the age of 23, he managed to leave Khabarovsk, win the difficult Vostok zone of the PFL as part of the Komsomol Smena, return to his native club and become the leader of the army youth team. But the debut is postponed as a basis. However, the young footballer is determined to for this season – he seriously intends to compete for the number one post.
Minsk, Crimea, magic
– The training camp is the least favorite time of most football players. Are you no exception ?
– Partly. It is clear that it is difficult, but it is a pleasant work. You know what you work for. The hardest part is the routine. Every day is like the previous one – you get up, eat, exercise, go to the hotel, eat again, sleep … And so on in a circle.
– The Championship has ended recently.Does it feel like the season is going on?
– I have this feeling throughout my whole life – like one big season. This time we rested for two weeks and it was enough for me.
– How do you like Belarus? Do you like Minsk?
– We were taken on an excursion and I can say that the city is very clean and well-groomed. There are many old buildings with unusual architecture. The central streets are reminiscent of St. Petersburg.One feels that this is already Europe.
– You spent your vacation in Crimea. Why did you fly there?
– I have relatives there and one person …
– A novel at a distance?
– Maybe … (smiles)
– What surprised you the most in Crimea?
– These are great places.I was in Crimea before, but now I saw him for real. Picturesque landscapes, pleasant climate. I was lucky – all the days were sunny and some kind of magic happened to me.
Komsomolsk-on-Amur, bandits, tears
– You have an unusual surname. Do they often distort it?
– Constantly! I visit both “Soromyatko” and “Syromytko” … Especially if you need to say your last name on the phone, you have to repeat it four times in syllables. So I’m used to it.
– In the mid-90s, your father also defended the SKA goal. Then you were still very young and you hardly remember those matches …
“I don’t remember anything at all. The only thing that pops up in my memory is that my father was presented with a huge cake in the form of a football field.
– Do you remember your first trip to the stadium?
– It is the first one that is hard to remember, but somehow it happened that I deliberately supported SKA.I called our players either “bad” or “bandits” …
– Tell us about your first match at the senior level. What does a 20-year-old “youth” feel when he goes into a men’s meat grinder called “PFL”?
– The goalkeeper’s position obliges you to be calm. It doesn’t matter how old you are, you have to meet this level and behave like an adult. I wanted to take this chance and show my maximum.
– How was your life in Komsomolsk-on-Amur?
– It was a very good time, it is still pleasant to remember. I lived with the team captain (Soltan Takazov – approx. Press service of FC “SKA-Khabarovsk”) and over time I understood why he wears the captain’s armband. A wise and calm Ossetian with whom we became friends. The city itself is, of course, small. I walked all over it literally in the first week.
– When you played for Smena, you probably understood that even if you win the East zone, the club is unlikely to appear in the FNL.What did you play for? What was the motivation?
– We still hoped to the last. Although, of course, this was not our main motivation. We simply “cut ourselves off” for each other, for history. A very good team has gathered.
– You still won the “East” zone and in the last match you could not even hold back your tears. What were these emotions?
– I really wanted it. When we started the season, no one even thought that we would be able to win the zone.There was a very difficult ending of the championship, the team began to lose points and in the last match with Chita we were only satisfied with the victory. It was a very hard game. Firstly, I played with a broken finger – three days before the match, I broke my little finger in training. Secondly, during the game, I already got a knee on the head. They provided assistance for a very long time, my entire left side of my face was swollen, and I started to bleed from my nose. The result is a beautiful combat scenario. After the final whistle, I simply fell exhausted and realized that we had done what no one had ever done in Komsomolsk-on-Amur.Tears rolled by themselves …
– Explain how a goalkeeper can play with a broken finger?
– It was such a match when you don’t give a damn about everything. They wanted to give me an injection, but I am against painkillers. I bandaged my finger and calmly left. When it was necessary to catch, he beat it off. By the way, after that match I returned home and was immediately invited to the training camp with the SKA base. I went to the hospital, and the surgeon told me that I needed to do an operation – if you don’t insert the knitting needles, then the finger simply won’t bend.He says you walk like this for a month and then you will recover. And in a week my training camp starts already. I thought for a long time, I was afraid that later I would not be able to play at all, but in the end I went to the training camp – when else will there be such a chance? There he did not tell anyone about the broken finger, hid it, at night he took out a cast from the bedside table and put it on his hand. For training, he inserted a special splint into the glove – they made it with his father. And so for three weeks. Now everything is fine with the finger, although it is a little crooked and does not bend to the end. But, most importantly, this does not interfere with playing.
Break dance, parkour, back flip
– You did break dance at school. How did you get there?
– It was childhood. What I was just not fond of – and parkour (jumped around the garages), and skidded into break-dance … There were just friends who did it. By the way, if not for my street skills, I think I would hardly have succeeded in football. I don’t have a goalkeeper school.As a child, there was no goalkeeping coach, he only appeared in the double. Only due to some acrobatic skills and developed dexterity, I “took out”
– How cool are you by the standards of Khabarovsk, at least?
– I’m a very bad breaker at the moment (laughs). I’ve already forgotten everything. Then someone knew me. I will not say that I was incredibly cool, but I kept my line and for this, I think, they could respect me.
– Can you spin on your head?
– Maybe I can. If you ask, I think I can do it (laughs).
– When was the last time you performed something?
– I like doing various acrobatic sketches. If there is room, I can perform somewhere on the street or have some fun on the field. I try not to forget my skills.
– Some footballers do somersaults after scored goals. Can you do something like that?
– Can.I can do a round back flip round.
– Have you thought of portraying something like that after a penalty kicked off?
– No, there was an idea to perform after the goal was scored (laughs). I hope everything is ahead.
– That is, your team scores and you do?
– No, I score and do.
Purulent, Oksimiron, 2Pac
– I know you love rap.How do you feel about the work of fellow countryman Purnoy?
– Of course, I’m not a rapper myself, but I appreciate the old school. You know, they say, there is true (true – translation from English), there is not true. Someone does rap for money, someone for creativity. I am not personally acquainted with Purulent. But if on the first battles with Oksimiron he was true, then this story with STS began … I don’t want to offend anyone, but I have a slightly different understanding.
– Do you love the old school, type 2 Pac, Beastie Boys, LL Cool ?
– There is 2pac, there is The Notorious B.I.G. Here I am more for the second – this is a different coast.
– They say that all goalkeepers are not of this world. Agree?
– Rather yes than no. We are so alone. We have one penalty area, one goalkeeper, one goal. We are always alone in the back. More is demanded of us, both personally, physically and technically. We are separate characters and of course that defines our personality.
– How does this feature of yours manifest in life?
– We are all different.I am calm, I do not like to talk a lot. Sasha Dovbnya, on the contrary, loves to bring someone to training, to shout.
– Remember your strangest teammate.
– In the Komsomol “Change” was Ibragim Bazaev – this is a man who just always talks. We didn’t hear him only when he was sleeping. Woke up and immediately began to speak. Such is the man with a big head.
Buffon, Russian national team, haters
– I know that you sympathize with Buffon.What did you feel when the Italians could not beat the Swedes?
– This is generally sadness. This is a disaster. I got very upset. Buffon has already retired with Juventus and retired from the national team. For him, this was the last chance to show that he is a very big goalkeeper, even despite the number in his passport (40 years old – approx. By the press service of FC “SKA-Khabarovsk”).
– While you were recovering from your injury, you made your debut as a commentator.How comfortable were you in your new role?
– Of course, I was uncomfortable. That’s why I agreed – I wanted to try something new. In order not to sit at home with this knee and be sad. These new emotions helped me emotionally.
– The World Championship has started. How many games are you planning to watch?
– At the training camp I want to watch all the matches, because Minsk is a convenient time for that.I remember all the World Championships I watched. My first world championship was in 2002. I always woke up on purpose at night, because this is a big football festival, on which stories are written, fairy tales are born.
– What do you expect from the Russian national team?
– I hope the guys can and will prove to all haters (enemy, foe, quarrelsome, hater) (from the English hate – hatred) – the one who hates any person – approx. press service of FC “SKA-Khabarovsk”) that they are capable of much.
– “Much” is a way out of the group?
– Leaving the group is, of course, a result, but I hope for more.
What was the most unexpected request from your fans?
– When I played at Smena, a boy of about fifteen, a novice goalkeeper, wrote to me. He asked me to donate a uniform and I promised that I would give the sweater at the end of the season. I kept my promise, but time passed and he wrote to me again – give me shorts, leggings, boots, gloves.I explained to him that we have no extra equipment, it is in limited quantities. Plus, I already gave him a sweater. It turned out that he had already sold it (laughs).
– In September you will be 24 years old. On the one hand, this is still a very young age for the goalkeeper, on the other hand, the same Akinfeev made his debut in the Premier League at the age of 16 and at your age he already set records. How do you feel yourself – still a young player or already mature?
– I am still far from the peak.Yashin said that goalkeepers reveal themselves at 28. Of course, I am pleased to consider myself young, but I would not say that I am not ready for challenge and responsibility. I work and wait for my chance. The reserve goalkeeper’s lot is not my scenario.
– How are you getting ready for this season? Are you ready to compete for the first SKA number?
– I am always ready to fight. At the first opportunity, I will try to take this chance. I understand that all our fans, parents, friends will be proud if the goal is protected by the local goalkeeper.90,000 Investigators detained 2 more bandits who attacked Sagra – RBK
During the investigation of the criminal case on the attack on the Sagra village of the Verkhnyaya Pyshma urban district of the Sverdlovsk region on August 1, investigators detained Khukmiddin Ismoilov and Sakhavat Safarov, who were actively involved in the crime. In the near future, the gangsters will be charged, and the investigators intend to petition the court for the election of a preventive measure in the form of detention, the press service of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation told RBC.
Earlier, at the request of the investigation, the court ruled to arrest Daniil Soshnikov, Yevgeny Bakharev, Shokhin Zaripov, Vitaly Slatimov and Artem Rabadanov.To date, the investigation has identified 19 persons involved in the mass brawl, two of whom were put on the wanted list.
Recall, on the night of July 1, 2011. at the entrance to Sagra, there was a conflict involving more than 30 people – local residents and visitors from Yekaterinburg. Knives, sticks and chains were used, as well as firearms. Four shots were fired at the 28-year-old resident of Yekaterinburg (presumably from a hunting rifle), the victim died on the way to the hospital from his wounds.On this fact, a case was initiated under Part 1 of Article 105 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (murder). A criminal case was also initiated under Article 213 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (hooliganism).
According to the Sagrovites, the cause of the conflict was a quarrel with one of the local residents who was selling drugs. Later, investigators found that the drug dealer had been hiding from justice under an assumed name for almost ten years, and local law enforcement officers had neglected their duties and did not detain the offender who was guilty of attacking police officers in the late 1990s.
Note that earlier the head of the City Without Drugs Foundation Yevgeny Roizman stated that among the attackers there was a graduate of the Yurakademy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, as well as the driver of the local branch of the United Russia party. Later it became known that the employee of “ER” Kardash Fattakhov was fired for violation of labor discipline. The head of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, Alexander Bastrykin, took the investigation of the crime under his personal control. Previously, he expressed dissatisfaction with the course of the investigation of the crime. After the head of the TFR personally visited Yekaterinburg, investigators reported on the first high-profile arrests, and the case got off the ground.
Kazakhstan, espionage, prison, bandits, fake – Rambler / sports
Nobody knew where Ogrizovich had disappeared – either in prison, or in captivity of the bandits.
Steve Ogrizovich is now remembered only by the fiercest fans of the Premier League. From 1984 to 2000, he made over 500 appearances for Coventry, with whom he fought in the 1990s to survive in the Premier League. For the first time, Robbie Keane made a major appearance in this team, who moved after a successful 1999/2000 season (12 goals in 31 matches) to Inter.By this time, 42-year-old Ogrizovic had lost ground to Magnus Hedman, but played the role of an “experienced guy” in the locker room.
Ogrizovich was one of the symbols of the modest team. And even though he lacked significant titles, he established several notable achievements. For example, he scored a goal in the match against Sheffield Wednesday in 1986, when he very well knocked the ball out of the goal. A year later, he won the FA Cup with Coventry and defended the goal of the First Division (formerly called the Premier League) against the world team.Also on account of the goalkeeper a series of 209 matches in a row in the Premier League for Coventry. Ogrizovic is one of only four English players to have entered the field at the highest level in four decades. The other three are Peter Shilton, John Lukich and Stanley Matthews.
The goalkeeper’s professional career lasted from 1977 to 2000. Interestingly, before signing his first contract with Chesterfield, Ogrizovich graduated from the police academy and served as an officer at the Mansfield station in Nottinghamshire. But at the first opportunity, he went into professional football.By the way, Ogrizovic was good at cricket and even played several matches at the professional level in the mid-1980s.
Soon the scouts of Liverpool drew attention to the young goalkeeper – in the summer of 1977 Ogrizovic moved to Anfield, but the newcomer could not oust Ray Clemens from the base. Ogrizovich was in transit through Shrewsbury at Coventry.
Many English pundits have noted that Ogrizovic was one of the best English goalkeepers in the top division at the turn of the 1980s and 1990s.He was often considered a candidate for England, but the Coventry goalkeeper never played for her. Once Ogrizovic was invited to the Yugoslav national team (his father was a Serb), but the goalkeeper refused.
At the end of his career, Ogrizovic even quit smoking under the terms of the contract in order to renew the agreement with Coventry. He rarely took to the pitch, but Coventry gave the goalkeeper a hearty farewell to his last home game of the 1999/2000 season. It is symbolic that without Ogrizovic, who ended his career, Coventry immediately flew out of the Premier League.
Ogrizovich himself returned to Coventry several times in the 2000s, but already as one of the coaching staff members. From 2008 to 2019, the club’s iconic footballer worked at Coventry as a goalkeeper coach. But before that, one of the strangest stories in English football happened to Ogrizovic.
In 2003, news came out: “Steve Ogrizovich has been captured by bandits in Kazakhstan, ransom is being demanded for him.” This shocked not only Coventry fans, but all the British in general. It was rumored that British Prime Minister Tony Blair was ready to come to the aid of the former goalkeeper.
More details soon emerged. It turned out that Ogrizovich was captured not by Kazakh bandits, but by the military. They suspected the former Coventry goalkeeper of espionage and collaboration with MI6 (the British Foreign Office’s Secret Intelligence Service). What specifically interested British intelligence in Kazakhstan and how Ogrizovich ended up in this country was not specified, but the reaction of Coventry fans was immediate. They created an online petition called “Save Steve Ogrizovich.”
The petition was signed by over 250 supporters who left their comments of support: “Please, Minister Tony Blair, free Steve! For millions of people, he is a hero with a crooked nose, so Kazakhstan must immediately release Ogrizovich to his homeland. ”
A certain David Wardale threw up another version of events – that Ogrizovich himself took part in the hostage-taking in Kazakhstan, therefore he was detained by British intelligence. What kind of hostage-taking and what was the role of the 1987 FA Cup winner in the gangster operation – this question also remained unanswered.
Soon Ogrizovich was found. And not in Kazakhstan, where, according to one version, he was sitting in a prison basement. And at the Ryton training camp in Coventry City. Alive and healthy. “I have no idea where this information came from. Yes, I have visited several countries recently, but have not been to Kazakhstan. And I do not plan, – said Ogrizovich. “I can only assume that I was probably cloned. Science has been developing very well recently ”.
The story with Kazakhstan turned out to be the fruit of someone’s inflamed fantasy.It was not possible to establish who launched such a delusional fake in the English media. Perhaps they were the authors of the petition created in support of Ogrizovich.
The goalkeeper himself, many years later, in an interview for the Coventry website, said that the rally turned out to be funny and he was pleased with the support of the fans.
The Russian goalkeeper received a record contract in New York. Panarin’s partner career is on an ideal path – Hockey news
Igor Shesterkin will earn 22.666 million dollars in four years.
It is best to assess the correctness of a decision not in the moment, but in retrospect. However, it is difficult to argue that the new agreement between Shesterkin and the Rangers looks like a convincing victory for the goalkeeper on all fronts. The respectable $ 5.67 million a year salary is only one component. Even if it is very important. This is the biggest second (second for a hockey player in his NHL career. – SE’s note) goalkeeper contract in league history. The previous record belonged to Bobrovsky.Less than a third of the league’s goalkeepers are currently making more money.
In addition to good money here and now, Shesterkin has achieved another advantage. He will enter the free agency market at 29, will be at his peak and will be able to sign the contract of his life, and for the long term. To do this, you need to steadily maintain your level for the next four years, which looks like a feasible task. The Rangers in their current form is a team for growth, which traditionally has high tasks and a large loyal audience.Nothing like the conventional “Ottawa” or “San Jose”. A couple of good deals from general manager Chris Drury will almost certainly take New Yorkers’ serious cup ambitions from virtual space to reality. The usual favorites of the East, with the exception of Tampa, which are losing depth, and the Islanders are beginning to lose ground. Whereas the Rangers have a more interesting situation. Especially if you manage to barter Eikel from Buffalo.
Shesterkin’s current contract is also a confirmation of how one should be able to build a career.Daily work on yourself for any player of the NHL level is a must. The point is different. The goalkeeper, who allegedly stayed too long at home, ideally chose the moment to move to North America. Although not so long ago, he himself claimed that he should have done it a couple of years earlier. But then Shesterkin would definitely have to sit behind the back of the great Lundqvist. The Swede is a legend of the hockey Rangers, their main star for a decade and a half. I strongly doubt that the Russian could have moved him earlier.A couple of years at SKA, where Shesterkin, alternately competing with Koskinen and Hellberg, worked with Rashit Davydov, perfectly prepared the goalkeeper for the North American voyage.
For comparison, take the career paths of two other Russian goalkeepers from the same generation. Samsonov, who is a year and a half younger, today signed a new contract with Washington for one year and a modest amount of two million. Magnitogorets left overseas a season earlier and after three years in the Capitals system he remained in the same positions, although he was once quoted above Shesterkin.
Peer and longtime Rangers goalkeeper Sorokin is set to sign a new deal with the Islanders. But how different the fate of the two goalkeepers of the New York teams is. Sorokin fell under the brilliant Varlamov and is forced to be in the shadow of a more experienced compatriot. Probably, over time, he will be able to move it, but in a club run by the old-fashioned Lou Lamorello, linear logic does not work. Varlamov plays well, does not give up his positions and is protected by a good contract for another two years.Sorokin would go to another club, where there is a chance to quickly become the first number. This requires a powerful agent who is ready to go to war. The sweet-talking Dan Milstein is not one of the fighters. So it turns out that Shesterkin, assessing the situation in retrospect, also did everything perfectly.
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For four days – from October 26 to October 29 – the personal-team championship of Russia in judo among the employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs was held at the Pobeda sports complex in Barnaul.Our city hosted such competitions for the first time.
About 400 judokas from 70 regions of the country came to the championship. Most of them are eminent athletes, participants in various Russian and international competitions.
“For three years we have been seeking the right to hold this tournament in Altai,” says Alexander Andreev, deputy head of the Central Internal Affairs Directorate for the Altai Territory. – The level of athletes is very high. Here you can watch the performance of almost all the best judokas in the country: Olympic medalists, European champions, Russia.
According to the participants, the preparation for the tournament in Barnaul was excellent. The judokas competed simultaneously on four tatami mats. A video camera worked on each of them, so all the controversial points were sorted out in the recording.
– Preparation for the competition is excellent, at the level of the European Championship! – said the colonel of militia, champion of the 2010 World Games of police officers and firemen in judo Alexei Shchelkushkin from the Moscow police department. – In general, martial arts classes are necessary for policemen, because the underworld does not stand still and our employees must be head and shoulders stronger.
The Altai security forces, in the absence of their leader, the world and European champion, militia sergeant of the convoy battalion of the regional GUVD Ivan Nifontov, who is preparing for the European club championship these days, did not perform very successfully. The only one who won gold was Andrey Tomchuk, who competed in the weight category up to 100 kg. At the tournament, the pupil of Vyacheslav Chebanov held five meetings, of which he finished three ahead of schedule. The semi-final with last year’s tournament champion, world championship bronze medalist Dmitry Kabanov from Moscow turned out to be very difficult for him.The Altai wrestler was more active and, by the decision of the arbitrators, won. In the final, our sergeant of the patrol service met with the Bryansk judoka and did not miss the victory.
“I have been preparing for this competition for a long time, because playing at home is a great responsibility,” the champion said. – I had a two-week training camp in Adler, where I trained as part of the national youth team. I really wanted to win. The rivals were strong, not a single meeting that would have come easily. This is the fifth time I have taken part in this tournament, I was twice a bronze medalist.If we compare the championship five years ago and now, the difference is very tangible. The level of competition is growing every year.
Now Andrey Tomchuk hopes to be included in the Russian national team to participate in the European Police Championship.
Ivan Fedotov: I say to my 11-year-old brother-goalkeeper: “Great, bandit! What is it, all the mischief? ”
The CSKA goalkeeper talked about airbrushing his mask, talking with his 11-year-old goalkeeper brother, his love of reading and walking around St. Petersburg.
– Ivan, ahead of the match with “Kunlun”. What can you say about this club?
– You watch the matches of this team, it scores five or six goals. Intriguing club. Well done, they often play with an experimental line-up. For us, this meeting will be a test of the literacy of our game.
– You became the best goalkeeper of the 2nd week of the KHL. For the third time in his career. Did you expect such recognition?
– I roughly calculated that I played three matches, probably there are chances.They will choose, they will choose that way, I did not particularly follow this. I don’t think we need to focus on this. The most important thing is that we won these fights.
Of course it’s nice. A little spurs. But this is not so important. It is better to win the Gagarin Cup, but not to become the best goalkeeper, so that all fans and players are happy, including myself. Winning a trophy is more important than achieving any individual achievements. I think any athlete will agree with this.
– You have been waiting for your helmet for a long time.Tell me, what do you have on it?
– I wanted him to be in a strict style. There was no desire to invent something. It so happened that I was waiting for him for a long time. But thanks to Sasha (Sasha Artmask airbrushes the goalkeeper masks), he painted and did it as soon as he got it. First he sent me a sketch, after that we discussed some details. I wanted to see the architecture of Moscow and my hometown – St. Petersburg. There is a number 75 on the mask – the age of CSKA and Russian hockey.The emblem of the club is also depicted and my number 28 is written. Everything is strictly in red and blue colors. It looks harmonious, so I am satisfied.
– Are you more comfortable wearing such a mask than a regular one?
– One hundred percent. This is a helmet that is comfortable and comfortable for me. This is individualization. Much nicer than some standard white. It is important that the professional solidity of the goalkeeper is combined with his appearance.
– I agree.Why are you performing exactly under number 28?
– I like him. When I was still moving to Traktor, I decided that something needed to be changed. As a child, I once had number 28, and he sympathized enough with me – there were pleasant associations with him. And I thought, let me try – a new place, a new club, why not? I feel comfortable with him. Before that, I had numbers 30 and 33. Yes, these are the goalkeeper numbers that prevail in hockey. But I realized that the 28th is the number that I should have.Now I do not regret anything and I believe that this is the right choice.
– There are two giants in our team – you and Victor. Did you manage to find out which of you is higher?
– When I come up to him, I jump up to be higher (smiles). I do not know which of us is higher. He is bigger than me, because he is a protector. I’m used to being always taller than everyone else, and when with someone of about the same height, it always seems to me that I am shorter.
– One novice goalkeeper once at a training session at CSKA ARENA came up to you.Was that your brother?
– Yes. This is my younger brother Yegor. I have two of them. They were born in 2010. One is in CSKA, the second is Fedor in the team of the Moscow region. Both are goalkeepers and are immersed in this business.
– Did you give him something or just chat?
– I tell him: “Hello, bandit! What is it, all the mischief? “. I watched his workout and noticed some details that I didn’t like.He gave instructions, suggested some directions. He took it all in, and then I don’t know.
– Undoubtedly. He has no choice.
– Do you feel pride in his older brother?
– I think, of course, he is pleased, as well as I was in my time. At his age, when I went to CSKA matches, studying in the army sports school, I looked at everyone with burning eyes – someday I would be in their place.I hope my brother is proud and will strive to move forward. He has a living example of what to go for and maybe even surpass.
– How do you spend your free time between matches and practice?
– When I have time, I can play the console, “smoke bamboo” – lie down, take a walk, read something. At times I use an e-book.
– What are you reading?
– Differently.Now I am reading a large volume by Schopenhauer. He has quite philosophical everyday observations. Some positions that he disputes. With some I agree, with some I do not. I also read about how to correctly perceive information and communicate with people.
– Does it help you in hockey?
– I can’t say that I apply it in practice. Just interesting for my own development. What people think and how they believe it can be learned from it.You study, read, try to learn something new when time permits. I cannot say that I read such literature on an ongoing basis – when there is a desire and strength.
– You were born in Finnish Lappeenranta, but soon you moved to St. Petersburg and consider this city to be your home. What places in the Northern capital are must-see?
– I like the whole city. I cannot say that I have any one symbolic place. I spent my school years on Vasilievsky Island – from the seventh to the ninth grade.When you’re in adolescence, all the fun happens – how we communicated with friends, studied, skipped lessons. Pleasant memories.
– A man goes to St. Petersburg for the first time. What place should he visit?
– City center – Palace Square, the embankment – along which you can walk and admire the bridges in summer, the Admiralty, the Peter and Paul Fortress. There is no way to get lost and you can see a lot.
Favorite city on the road
Favorite place in Moscow
There is no specific, but in the summer I like to walk in Gorky Park.
Favorite way of deflecting a throw
It has not been read yet, maybe a favorite will appear in the near future