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The Stick Throw of Nick : Santorelli
This is the most legendary story of the Santorellist religion When Nick Threw his Hockey Stick into the Water Bottles.
It was the year of 2017, in January. An early morning hockey practice at 6:00am on a Sunday with the God, Nick Santorelli guiding the way in 8 rinks in Burnaby, Rink 1 to be exact. I remember that the team was about to do a simple drill that we have done before, quite well actually, but that dreadful day, we took the generosity of the god for granted and forgot his power when he gets mad. The drill was simple, two lines on the same side, one side does a circle around the defensive circle and when he finished, the first person in the other line would pass to him and then he would go. A very easy and simple drill, but the passes where not even close to on point, nor was the skating, as many of the players were cutting the edges and skating less than a circle. The God gave us a warning, to do it right, but we wouldn’t listen. This happened again, and again, but the players wouldn’t listen. Finally, Nick Santorelli had enough of our antics, and thought he needed to teach us a lesson. A lesson that we would never forget and a lesson I have not forgotten to this day. He gathered all his godly and holy strength and focused it on one object, his Holy Hockey Stick, and with this power put into the stick, he let it fly, and fly it did, slamming into the water bottles at the bench, obliterating many, slamming many more off the bench and with a thunder clap, the the stick hit the ground, followed by what was left of many of the bottles. Luckily, my bottle was spared from such wrath and fury, and narrowly escaped from the impact. After the the stick hit the ground, all was silent, not a sound was made. Not by me, not by Rocco, not by Dominic and not from Nick. After the practice was over, the rooms were silent and when the players returned home, all were reminded of such wrath and fury the gods can bring if they didn’t listen but such generosity that the gods didn’t end the world right there and then. So may you all remember, though many of my fellow followers weren’t there, never betray the words of Nick Santorelli, as with a single blow of a Hockey stick, your life, and the world, could end. Amen and Hail Santorelli!!!
New Additions to the Finance Team at Bankwell
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Bankwell CFO Penko Ivanov has announced three new members to the Finance Team at Bankwell.
Kevin McAndrew has joined Bankwell as First Vice President and Controller. Kevin has over 20 years of experience in accounting, audit and tax. Most recently, Kevin worked for Doral Financial Corporation as Controller for their Syndicated Lending Group and for Darien Rowayton Bank where he was Controller for their Education Finance business. Kevin is a licensed CPA in New York, received a BBA from Pace University and resides in New City, New York with his wife and two children.
Courtney Sacchetti was named First Vice President, Director Financial Planning and Analysis at Bankwell. Courtney is a 20-year veteran of GE Capital. Over the years, she has held several different finance roles with increasing complexity and responsibility – including pricing, planning and budgeting, and regulatory capital monitoring and forecasting. Courtney received a BA and MBA from Union College. She resides in Stamford with her husband.
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Nick Santorelli has joined the company as First Vice President, Director of Investments and Treasury Operations. Nick was previously the Controller at Darien Rowayton Bank. Prior to that, he worked at Hudson Valley Bank and spent 16 years at Deutsche Bank. In those roles, he held positions in Treasury, Controllership and Regulatory Reporting with increasing breadth and responsibility. Nick received a BBA in Accounting from Iona College. He also served 10 years in the U.S. Navy. Nick resides in Fishkill, New York with his wife and three children.
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Youth sports teams anxiously waiting for B.C. government to announce next phase
The soccer season is just around the corner, but under the current COVID-19 guidelines, games still can’t be played as normal.
“All clubs have really had to reinvent what they do on the field and come up with exercises that meet the criteria of being physically distanced and being safe,” said Gregor Young, executive director for the Vancouver United Football Club. “For the most part, it’s still kids in grids with lots of cones on the field.”
Sports are currently in the “transition measures” phase, which comes with a number of restrictions covering everything from shared equipment to spectators. Contact sports “should look for non-contact alternatives to training,” according to guidelines published by viaSport.
On Tuesday, the province announced a $1.5 million investment into local sports, to help boost programs during these challenging times. The season is set to begin in September and go until March break, but it remains unclear what it’s going to look like.
“The planning is almost month-to-month right now,” said Young.
“We’ve actually delayed the registration,” said John White, chair of the North Shore Youth Soccer Association. “We should have had all our registration done by now.”
Young said they’ve got a “very” liberal refund policy, and he and others have high hopes that the season will go on.
“You’re going to get all or almost all your money back if there isn’t a season, and we’re still quite optimistic there will be a regular season,” he said.
In June, provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry announced youth sports were likely coming “very soon” in the province. “We want sports to get going this summer. That’s really important,” she said during her June 11 news conference.
The topic was also addressed the day before by Premier John Horgan, who said “minor soccer, for example, should be up and running as of June 12.”
But we have seen daily COVID-19 case numbers tick up, so it’s no surprise to leagues they’re still in the second phase.
“We’ll continue to work with the provincial health officer as we move forward towards more competitive phases,” said Lisa Beare, Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture. “The goal is to make sure we’re getting kids, families, youth, seniors out on the fields, out onto the rink, actually physically active again and enjoying sport as we all should be doing.”
“I want the kids to be safe I want the parents to be safe,” said White. “If it takes a little bit longer to get that way, then so be it. ”
For indoor sports such as hockey, there are even more requirements necessary before players can hit the ice. The Vancouver Hockey Association is still waiting for both the City and Park Board, to give them a start date and guidelines.
“It’s really frustrating,” said Nick Santorelli, acting president of the Vancouver Hockey Association, when comparing this municipality to others. “The City of Vancouver has three minor hockey associations and we’re the only city or only associations that don’t have a start date at this point.”
A spokesperson for the Vancouver Park Board told CTV News they’re reviewing plans for services and facilities that were closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. “In a typical year, the majority of park board ice rinks are not operational during the summer, as they shut down for maintenance. We are aware there is demand from the hockey and skating community to have the rinks reopened for the fall and are working hard on a reopening plan in support of that demand. ”
Santorelli said the lack of a firm plan is going to significantly affect their start dates because usually summer camps get underway in the middle of August. “Typically it takes two weeks to get employees back to work and another two weeks to prepare the building for us to use,” he said.
As soon as they get a date and guildelines from the city, Santorelli said they are ready to get rolling.
“I think it’s taken too long,”said Santorelli. “I wish there were conversations with city officials back in May, June, even the early part of July.”
Last second goal lifts Army men’s lacrosse past Syracuse
Nick Mariano and Brendan Bomberry each tallied a hat trick for the No. 6 Syracuse men’s lacrosse team, but it was David Symmes’ goal that made the difference as Army (3-1) beat the Orange, 14-13 on Saturday afternoon.
“Great game for us, hard fought,” said Army head coach Joe Alberici. “There’s been plenty of games here in recent years that we’ve come up short … just feels good to get one.”
Syracuse (2-1) came out of the gates strong and scored two early goals to gain a quick lead. Attackman Jordan Evans found Bomberry for the opener and forty seconds later midfielder Ryan Simmons found the back of the net after circling around behind the goal and finishing at a tough angle.
It soon became evident that Syracuse had a serious void. Faceoff specialist Ben Williams, who was 29-for-42 on the year, was declared inactive for the game due to injury. Cal Paduda was left in charge of faceoff duties, and Army took advantage.
After winning the faceoff, Army answered after a pushing penalty on Syracuse’s Luke Schwasnick allowed Ted Gelsener to put one home at the 11:57 mark in the first period.
The quick scoring stopped for a while but after Army controlled possession for quite some time, attackman Nate Jones scored unassisted for the Black Knights and tied the game with 3:51 left in the first.
A man-up goal from Mariano on a pass from Sergio Salcido (3 assists) at the 2:16 mark put the Orange up by one, but two goals, one each from Gunnar Miller and Nick Santorelli in the final minute, put the Black Knights up 4-3 after one period.
Bomberry picked up an assist to open the second half, finding Salcido to tie the game at four with 12:41 left in the second period, but that’s when Army broke loose.
After the Salcido goal, the Black Knights rattled off four unanswered goals. Midfielder Matthew Donovan scored unassisted at 10:32 to give Army a one goal lead. A nice save from Evan Molloy (12 saves) with just over eight minutes remaining in the first half kept the score the same. Soon after, Donovan scored again followed by goals from long-stick midfielder Danny DeSanti and attackman Conor Glancy, opening up an 8-4 advantage.
Stephen Rehfuss and Bomberry scored one goal each to end the half for Syracuse as the teams went to the locker room with Army ahead 8-6. Paduda finished the half just 3-for-13 on faceoffs, leading to a halftime adjustment.
Head coach John Desko dropped Mariano back to midfield and put freshman Danny Varello in the game as the faceoff specialists. It helped stop the bleeding and created more opportunities. Mariano scored two of his three goals in the second half and Varello won 10-of-17 faceoff opportunities.
“I think [Varello] got down a little quicker on the ball than Cal was,” Desko said. “To his credit but to our wings too, we were more aggressive in the second half.”
Still, Army kept finding ways to score. A faceoff win to open the half gave Army another goal, this time from Glancy again on the assist from Austin Colvin.
Desko was not surprised at how tough the Black Knights battled.
“One thing we knew about them coming was that they were well coached and they were going to play for 60 minutes,” Desko said.
The Orange, however, clawed their way back into the game. Mariano found Evans on the man-up chance to cut the lead to 9-7. Then Mariano did some work himself, putting one top shelf at 9:33 in the third period to bring Syracuse within one.
The Black Knights got two unassisted goals from Cole Johnson to put them back up by three, but Syracuse answered before the end of the period after a spinning, windmill-like goal from Brad Voigt pulled Syracuse to within two.
A Rehfuss goal opened the scoring in the fourth period bringing the score to 11-10, but Johnson completed his hat trick with a goal at 10:45 to go back up by two. He remained down on the field after taking a hit to the head.
Syracuse’s Pat Carlin was given a two minute non-releasable penalty for targeting, and then Paolo Ciferri was given a one minute tripping penalty, but Army could not capitalize and Syracuse killed both penalties.
Bomberry finished off his hat trick with 6:01 left in the game and then Evans scored again at 5:24, tying the game at 12.
“They were answering us but I kind of looked at it like we were answering them,” Alberici said.
David Symmes then entered the picture for Army and answered the Orange goals. The midfielder scored, followed by a Mariano goal for the Orange — his third — but then Symmes found the bottom left corner of the net with less than a second left to send the Black Knights home victorious.
For Army, after dropping last year’s game in the Dome by a score of 9-8, it felt good to get a little bit of revenge.
“I think we knew that we had the offense and defense to really kind of matchup with these guys this year,” Johnson said. “So we just came out with the confidence and the willpower to really get the W.”
And on the Syracuse side, it’s all about moving on to the next game.
“We’re going to have a lot of one-goal games and some are going to go our way and some aren’t,” Evans said. “I think we’re going to learn from what happened today.”
Syracuse looks to bounce back versus ACC foe Virginia on Saturday in the Carrier Dome at noon.
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Sebastiano Santorelli – Baseball – Seton Hall University Athletics
2019: Academic Merit Award recipient… Appeared in 50 games and made 45 starts… Played the entire season as the team’s primary designated hitter… Batted .215 with two home runs and 21 RBIs… Had 12 multi-hit games and five multi-RBI games… Stole seven bases in nine attempts… Went 2-for-5 with a double and a run scored against Creighton in the BIG EAST Championship on May 23… Went 2-for-5 including the game-winning two-out RBI single in the bottom of the 10th inning against Georgetown on May 10… Went 2-for-4 with a run scored at Xavier on May 5. .. Walked twice and scored three runs at Lafayette… Went 2-for-4 with a triple, a stolen base and three RBIs at Saint Peter’s on April 30… Went 2-for-4 with a walk, an RBI and a run scored vs. Butler in game one of a doubleheader on April 27… Belted a solo home run vs. Creighton on April 18… Went 2-for-5 with a double and two runs scored at TCU on April 14… Drove in a pair of runs in game two of a doubleheader at TCU on April 12… Went 2-for-5 with an RBI at Princeton on April 10… Had two doubles and drove in three runs at FDU on April 2… Went 2-for-4 with two runs scored, two stolen bases and an RBI at Iona on March 31… Had a two-RBI triple at FDU on March 27… Went 3-for-4 with two runs scored vs. Kansas on March 13… Went 2-for-4 with a home run and two RBIs at FIU on March 10… Walked twice, scored twice and stole two bases at FIU on March 9… Went 2-for-4 with a run scored in game one of a doubleheader at Virginia on March 2… BIG EAST All-Academic Team.
2018: Appeared in 50 games and made 49 starts. .. split time during the season as the starting third baseman or designated hitter… Batted .264 with two home runs and 29 RBIs… Tied for second on the team with eight multi-RBI games… Set career-highs in nearly all offensive categories… Stole eight bases in nine attempts… Ranked third on the team with 12 doubles… Reached base three times, going 1-for-4 with two walks, a sacrifice bunt and two runs scored in the early game vs. St. John’s on Championship Sunday of the 2018 BIG EAST Tournament on May 27… Reached base five times, going 3-for-4 with two doubles, two walks, an RBI and three runs scored vs. Georgetown in the BIG EAST Championship on May 25… Went 2-for-4 with a sacrifice bunt and two RBIs vs. Georgetown in game two of a doubleheader on May 19… Reached base three times, going 2-for-4 with a walk, an RBI and a team-high three runs scored vs. Rider on May 8… Reached base three times, going 1-for-2 with two walks, a run scored, a sacrifice bunt and a stolen base vs. Villanova on April 29… Drove in four runs, going 2-for-5 with a home run, a double and two runs scored vs. Xavier in game two of a doubleheader on April 14… Went 3-for-6 with a double, a triple, a walk, three RBIs and four runs scored at Princeton on April 11… Went 2-for-3 with a double, an RBI and two runs scored in game one of a doubleheader vs. Fairleigh Dickinson on April 8… Went 2-for-4 with a double and a stolen base vs. Saint Peter’s on March 14… Was the lone Pirate with multiple hits, going 3-for-4 with an RBI at Florida Atlantic on March 10… Went 1-for-3 with a walk, a sacrifice fly and an RBI at Florida Atlantic on March 9… Went 2-for-4 with a triple, an RBI and a run scored vs. Central Michigan on March 6… Had an RBI triple and a walk vs. Youngstown State on March 4… Went 2-for-5 with two RBIs vs. Notre Dame on March 3… Drove in three runs vs. Seattle on March 2… Went 1-for-2 with a sacrifice bunt and a walk at Wofford on Feb. 24… Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll on Feb. 19… Went 3-for-4 with a double, a run scored, two RBIs and his first career home run at NC State on Feb. 18… Collected a pair of singles and a run scored at NC State in game one of a doubleheader on Feb. 16… BIG EAST All-Academic Team.
2017: Appeared in 24 games, making seven starts… Batted .302 with six RBIs and four stolen bases in four attempts… Went 2-for-5 with a run scored at Southeastern Louisiana on May 18… Reached base three times, going 1-for-3 with two walks, an RBI and a run scored at Villanova on May 12… Notched a pinch-hit RBI single vs. St. John’s on April 28… Had a pinch-hit RBI single vs. Georgetown on April 23… Had a hit, an RBI, a run scored and a stolen base in game one of a doubleheader vs. LIU-Brooklyn on April 1… Walked three times with two runs scored, two stolen bases and an RBI vs. Princeton on March 39… Notched a pinch hit single vs. UConn on March 26… Had an RBI double vs. Southeastern Louisiana on March 4. .. BIG EAST All-Academic Team.
2016: Appeared in 16 games, making five starts… Batted .077 with four runs batted in and one stolen base… Delivered a clutch two-RBI single in the bottom of the ninth inning amid Seton Hall’s four-run comeback vs. Rutgers on April 12… Drove in a run vs. Army in game one of a double-header on March 26… Recorded his first career hit vs. Missouri on Feb. 21… Made collegiate debut vs. Missouri on Feb. 19… BIG EAST All-Academic Team.
High School/Personal: Attended Fordham Prep in the Bronx, New York for three years before transferring to Tuckahoe High School as a senior… Three-year letter winner in baseball as a shortstop… Two-year team captain… Named Conference Player of the Year, All-Conference and All-Section as a senior at Tuckahoe… Named the 2014 Bronx Player of the Year and All-City First Team… Helped lead Tuckahoe to a sectional title as a senior, but lost in the state semifinals. .. Batted .550 with four home runs as a senior. Had a .350 batting average with three home runs as a junior… Dean’s List member… Member of First Honors, the National Honor Society and received the Principal’s Award for academic excellence… Born Feb. 22, 1997.
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90,000 Who voices the film Taste of Life
If you are interested in who voiced the film Taste of Life in the original and in Russian, then we have collected this information especially for you, and in addition: a description, age and user ratings and, of course, interesting facts!
- Title : No Reservations
- Released : 2007
- Country : USA
- Slogan : Not everything in life is presented on a silver platter
- Director : Scott Hicks
- Genre : Drama, Romance, Comedy
- Budget : 28. 000.000 dollars
- Age : For any audience
- MPAA : parental presence recommended
- Film Search : 7.351
- IMDb : 6.3
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Keith Armstrong, a professional chef, approaches cooking with such a sense of responsibility and selflessness that she pays no attention to anything around her.But after a sudden tragedy that happened to the family of her relatives, she becomes the guardian of the orphaned niece Zoe, and the whole life of a prosperous woman until recently changes dramatically. the new sous-chef of their restaurant. But as the rivalry develops into a love affair, Kate will have to learn how to express her emotions outside the kitchen if she really wants to mend her relationship with Zoe and be happy with Nick.
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- Kate – Alexandra Fathi
- Nick – Vasily Dakhnenko
- Zoe – Eliza Martirosova
- Paula – Lyudmila Shuvalova
- Leah – Olga Zvereva
- Therapist – Nikita Prozorovsky
- Sean – Valery Storozhik
- Doctor – Igor Taradaykin
- Truffle Dealer – Ilya Khvostikov
- Fish Vendor Bob – Yuri Menshagin
- Line Cook Arden – Mikhail Tikhonov
- Sous Chef Applicant – Andrey Barkhudarov
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- Kate – Catherine Zeta-Jones
- Nick – Aaron Eckhart
- Zoe – Abigail Breslin
- Paula – Patricia Clarkson
- Leah – Jenny Wade
- Therapist – Bob Balaban
- Sean – Brian F. O’Byrne
- Bernadette – Lily Rabe
- John – Eric Silver
- Christine – Arija Bareikis
- Mr. Peterson – John McMartin
- Mrs. Peterson – Celia Weston
- Charlotte – Zoe Kravitz
- Ken – Matthew Rauch
- Anna – Dearbhla Molloy
- School Principal Ellen Parker – Stephanie Berry
- Doctor – Matt Servitto
- Truffle Dealer – Yevgeniy Dekhtyar
- Fish Vendor Bob – Fulvio Cecere
- Vegetable Vendor – Ako (Ako)
- Lobster Vendor – Frank Santorelli
- Line Cook Arden – Arden Lewis
- Line Cook A.J. – A.J. A.J. McCloud
- Line Cook Mario – Mario Morales
- Liz – Monica Trombetta
- Mr. Mathews – Sam Kitchin
- Rare Steak Man – Rob Leo Roy
- Sous Chef Applicant – Brian Luna
- Sous Chef Applicant – David Wheir
- Sous Chef Applicant – Joey Cee
- Sous Chef Applicant – Roxanna Hope Radja
- Ken’s Wife – Katherine Sigismund
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- At the very end of the film, you can see the composer Philip Glass, who wrote the music for it, sitting at one of the tables on the street in the bistro.
- To better prepare for her role, Catherine Zeta-Jones worked one evening as a waitress at the prestigious New York restaurant Fiamma Osteria. Many visitors paid attention to her and were surprised that the waitress was so much like a famous actress, to which she replied, “They always tell me that.”
90,000 Who voiced the game Mafia II in Russian?
2010, Third-person shooter, Car simulator, Czech Republic, USA
The son of a poor immigrant Vito Scaletta, an Italian-American, is trying to get out of the beggarly life that has haunted him from early childhood.On the streets, Vito realized that only by joining the Mafia could he achieve wealth and success.
Who voiced the game Mafia II in Russian
The voice of the main protagonist of the game belongs to the genius of voice acting for computer games, with whom most Russian localizers cooperate!
Vitto’s best friend speaks in the same voice as Commissioner Gordon from Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy.
But the person entering the circle of high-ranking members of the city’s mafia got the voice that you definitely heard if you love films with Brad Pitt!
Alberto’s voices were presented by one of the most popular and famous Russian dubbing actors, better known as Peter Glantz – the voice of Deadpool!
Oleg voiced several characters in all games of the Mafia series, except for “Jimmy’s Vendetta”. Including the head of the Falcone crime family.
The tough-minded Don of the Mafia is voiced by the most cast of theater, film and dubbing actor in this game!
The consigliere in the Vinci Criminal Family was voiced by a Soviet and Russian theater, film and dubbing actor who has played more than 60 roles to date!
Someone owns restaurants, and someone with one of the most famous voices in Russia, like Vladimir Vladimirovich, who voiced the owner of the “Maltese Falcon”!
The leading “battle group” of the Vinci family, was voiced by a graduate of the VTU im. B. V. Shchukina, People’s Artist of Russia.
Boris knows literally everything about video games! And he shared his knowledge in the program “From the screw!”, “Virtuality” and “Icon of video games”.
The only cameo character in “Mafia Ⅱ” not voiced by Dmitry Filimonov speaks in the same voice as Doctor House.
Nikolai began his career as a dubbing actor twenty years ago by participating in the dubbing of the film “The Matrix. ” In “Mafia 2” his friend Vito and Joe speaks in his voice.
To remember that the chapter of the Chinese “Triad” is in Empire Bay.voiced by Dmitry Filimonov, make the association that several characters from the cartoon “The Adventures of Jackie Chan” also speak in his voice.
It is rumored that he operates under six assumed names… But everyone is well aware of the name of the Honored Artist of Russia Valery Stepanovich Storozhik, whose voice he speaks.
The mafia usurer was voiced by a Russian film and theater actor, TV presenter of popular youth programs, also known as “Bonus”.
In the second part of the game “Mafia” Thomas was lucky only to be voiced by a talented and famous announcer, bard and actor.
Vito’s mother was voiced by an actress whose voice was so in demand that in the acting environment she received the nickname “Cluckin in a Skirt”.
Fans are delighted with Polina’s acting skills! With the voice acting of April Ryan from “Infinite Journey” and “Dreamfall,” they believe the girl made history.We advise you to play Mafia, where Polina voiced Vito’s sister and a few more female roles!
The first female Mafia accomplice in the series speaks in the voice of the actress who dubbed Joan Allen.
In the Russian version, he voices the oldest protagonist among others in Mafia II, Steve Coyne, Brian O’Neill and Terence Stone.
Andreas “El Greco” Karafantis, Mikos “Mike” Bruski, Mr. Manara, Richie Maseo, Sidney “Fat” Penn, Franco “Frank” Vinci, Harvey “Beans” Epstein –
Additional voices: Vasily Dakhnenko, Oleg Virozub, Andrey Barkhudarov, Vladimir Gerasimov, Aleksey Myasnikov, Irina Kireeva, Ivan Zharkov, Natalia Gracheva, Olga Kuznetsova, Mikhail Belyakovich, Alexander Kovrizhnykh, Alexander Novikov, Sergey Veschev, Alexander Noskov, Konstantin Karasik, Alexander Dzhyu , Anton Kolesnikov, Dmitry Kurta, Mikhail Lukashov, Victor Bakin, Roman Sviridenko
2020, Third Person Shooter, USA
2002, Third Person Shooter, USA
2008, action-adventure, USA
2020, Action, Third-Person Shooter, USA