Sony Six Cricket Schedule 2021, Channel No. Which Live Match Today?
Sony Networks Broadcast the Telecast of Many Sports. Whereas they have Broadcasting Rights of Many International and Franchise League. This Channel is India’s One of the Leading Sports TV Channels. Cricket, Football, Professional Wrestling, Rugby Union. So check out Sony Six Cricket Schedule 2021-22, Channel No. and Which Live Match Today?
Sony Six TV Channel was founded 9 years ago on 7th April 2012. Since then TV Channel Broadcasting Live Telecast of Cricket as well as Many Sports. Sony SIX TV channel is available on various Cable Networks and Satelite Networks in India. So Sports Lover can catch their Favours Sports Live telecast on Sony Six.
Upcoming Cricket Match Schedule of Sony Six in English
Along with Many Sports TV Channel also broadcast Live Telecast of Cricket. They have various Rights of International and Franchise League of Cricket. International Cricket Matches in Australia, England, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka will be available on Sony Six. While this channel used to broadcast the Live Telecast of the Indian Premier League from 2008 to 2017.
CHECK HERE: Sony Ten 3 Upcoming Cricket Match Schedule 2021-22 (T20, ODI, Test)
Sony Six Cricket Schedule 2021-22
Franchise League Broadcasting will also be available on Sony Six TV Channel. Pakistan Super League Matches and Big Bash League matches will be live telecast on Sony Six. Previous Caribbean Premier League and Indian Premier League also broadcast on this channel but they stop broadcasting in 2017. Check out below the complete schedule of Upcoming Matches with Kickoff Time of Live Telecast. DD Sports is an Indian state-owned sports TV channel, all cricket matches of India provide telecast with Hindi Commentary.
October Schedule of ICC T20 World Cup 2021
|Match No||Date||Fixture||Venue||Time (IST)|
|1||17-Oct||Oman vs Papua New Guinea||Al Almerat, Muscat||15:30|
|2||17-Oct||Bangladesh vs Scotland||Al Almerat, Muscat||19:30|
|3||18-Oct||Ireland vs the Netherlands||Abu Dhabi||15:30|
|4||18-Oct||Sri Lanka vs Namibia||Abu Dhabi||19:30|
|5||19-Oct||Scotland vs Papua New Guinea||Al Almerat, Muscat||15:30|
|6||19-Oct||Oman vs Bangladesh||Al Almerat, Muscat||19:30|
|7||20-Oct||Namibia vs the Netherlands||Abu Dhabi||15:30|
|8||20-Oct||Sri Lanka vs Ireland||Abu Dhabi||19:30|
|9||21-Oct||Bangladesh vs Papua New Guinea||Al Almerat, Muscat||15:30|
|10||21-Oct||Oman vs Scotland||Al Almerat, Muscat||19:30|
|11||22-Oct||Namibia vs Ireland||Abu Dhabi||15:30|
|12||22-Oct||Sri Lanka vs the Netherlands||Abu Dhabi||19:30|
|13||23-Oct||Australia vs South Africa||Abu Dhabi||15:30|
|14||23-Oct||England vs West Indies||Abu Dhabi||19:30|
|15||24-Oct||A1 vs B2||Sharjah||15:30|
|16||24-Oct||India vs Pakistan||Dubai||19:30|
|17||25-Oct||Afghanistan vs B1||Sharjah||19:30|
|18||26-Oct||South Africa vs West Indies||Dubai||15:30|
|19||26-Oct||Pakistan vs New Zealand||Sharjah||19:30|
|20||27-Oct||England vs B2||Abu Dhabi||15:30|
|21||27-Oct||B1 vs A2||Abu Dhabi||19:30|
|22||28-Oct||Australia vs A1||Dubai||19:30|
|23||29-Oct||West Indies vs B2||Sharjah||15:30|
|24||29-Oct||Afghanistan vs Pakistan||Dubai||19:30|
|25||30-Oct||South Africa vs A1||Sharjah||15:30|
|26||30-Oct||England vs Australia||Dubai||19:30|
|27||31-Oct||Afghanistan vs A2||Abu Dhabi||15:30|
|28||31-Oct||India vs New Zealand||Dubai||19:30|
November Schedule for ICC T20 World Cup 2021
|29||1-Nov||England vs A1||Sharjah||19:30|
|30||2-Nov||South Africa vs B2||Abu Dhabi||15:30|
|31||2-Nov||Pakistan vs A2||Abu Dhabi||19:30|
|32||3-Nov||New Zealand vs B1||Dubai||15:30|
|33||3-Nov||India vs Afghanistan||Abu Dhabi||19:30|
|34||4-Nov||Australia vs B2||Dubai||15:30|
|35||4-Nov||West Indies vs A1||Abu Dhabi||19:30|
|36||5-Nov||New Zealand vs A2||Sharjah||15:30|
|37||5-Nov||India vs B1||Dubai||19:30|
|38||6-Nov||Australia vs West Indies||Abu Dhabi||15:30|
|39||6-Nov||England vs South Africa||Sharjah||19:30|
|40||7-Nov||New Zealand vs Afghanistan||Abu Dhabi||15:30|
|41||7-Nov||Pakistan vs B1||Sharjah||19:30|
|42||8-Nov||India vs A2||Dubai||19:30|
|43||10-Nov||Semi-Final 1||Abu Dhabi||19:30|
- SIR VIVIAN RICHARDS TROPHY 2021
- ICC WORLD TEST CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL 2021
- SRI LANKA IN ENGLAND, 3 T20I SERIES 2021
- SOUTH AFRICA IN WEST INDIES, 5 T20I SERIES 2021
- SRI LANKA IN ENGLAND, 3 ODI SERIES 2021
- BANGLADESH IN ZIMBABWE, ONLY TEST 2021
- PAKISTAN IN ENGLAND, 3 ODI SERIES 2021
- AUSTRALIA IN WEST INDIES, 5 T20I SERIES 2021
- SOUTH AFRICA IN IRELAND, 3 ODI SERIES, 2021
- INDIA IN SRI LANKA, 3 ODI SERIES, 2021
- BANGLADESH IN ZIMBABWE, 3 ODI SERIES, 2021
- PAKISTAN IN ENGLAND, 3 T20I SERIES, 2021
- AUSTRALIA IN WEST INDIES, 3 ODI SERIES, 2021
- SOUTH AFRICA IN IRELAND, 3 T20I SERIES, 2021
- INDIA IN SRI LANKA, 3 T20I SERIES, 2021
- BANGLADESH IN ZIMBABWE, 3 T20I SERIES, 2021
- PAKISTAN IN WEST INDIES, 5 T20I SERIES, 2021
- PATAUDI TROPHY, 2021
- ZIMBABWE IN IRELAND, 3 ODI SERIES, 2021
- PAKISTAN IN WEST INDIES, 2 TEST SERIES, 2021
- ZIMBABWE IN IRELAND, 3 T20I SERIES, 2021
- ENGLAND IN PAKISTAN, 2 T20I SERIES, 2021
- AFGHANISTAN IN AUSTRALIA, ONLY TEST, 2021
- THE ASHES, 2021/22
- ENGLAND IN WEST INDIES, 5 T20I SERIES, 2022
- NEW ZEALAND IN AUSTRALIA, 3 ODI SERIES, 2022
- NEW ZEALAND IN AUSTRALIA, ONLY T20 INTERNATIONAL, 2022
- SRI LANKA IN AUSTRALIA, 5 T20I SERIES, 2022
- RICHARDS-BOTHAM TROPHY, 2022
Sony Six TV Channel No.
Sony Six available on Cable
Fastway Cable: Channel 301 (SD) and Channel 606 (HD)
In Digital: Channel 425
Asianet Digital TV: Channel 300 (SD) and Channel 808 (HD)
Kerala Vision Digital TV: Channel 762 (SD) and Channel 856 (HD)
Sony Six available on Satellite
Dish TV: Channel 623 (SD) and Channel 622 (HD)
Tata Sky: Channel 484 (SD) and Channel 483 (HD)
Videocon d2h: Channels 423 (SD) and Channel 928 (HD)
Airtel Digital TV: Channel 291 (SD) and Channel 292 (HD)
Sun Direct: Channel 508 (SD) and Channel 975 (HD)
*Note: Sony SIX is an Indian pay television sports channel owned and operated by Sony Pictures Networks India, more from Wikipedia
NBA schedule today: TV channels, start times for every 2021-22 Opening Night game
Put away the preseason odds and predictions. The 2021-22 NBA season has officially arrived.
After receiving their 2021 championship rings, the Bucks kicked off their pursuit of back-to-back titles by defeating the Nets on Tuesday night. Two-time NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo led Milwaukee with a team-high 32 points, 14 rebounds and seven assists to the delight of the Fiserv Forum crowd.
TOP 75 PEAKS IN NBA HISTORY: 75-51 | 50-26 | 25-11 | 10-1
Over in Los Angeles, the Warriors took down a new-look Lakers team, as six different Golden State players hit double-figures in the scoring department. Stephen Curry struggled from the field, but he finished with his first triple-double (21 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists) since 2016.
Now, the new campaign will begin in earnest with an 11-game slate on Wednesday night. Here’s everything you need to know about watching the start of the 2021-22 regular season.
NBA schedule for 2021-22 regular season
The schedule below includes the first regular-season game for every NBA team.
Tuesday, Oct. 19
|Bucks 127, Nets 104|
|Warriors 121, Lakers 114|
Wednesday, Oct. 20
|Game||Time (ET)||National TV|
|Pacers vs. Hornets||7 p.m.||—|
|Bulls vs. Pistons||7 p.m.||—|
|Celtics vs. Knicks||7:30 p.m.||ESPN|
|Wizards vs. Raptors||7:30 p.m.||—|
|Cavaliers vs. Grizzlies||8 p.m.||—|
|Rockets vs. Timberwolves||8 p.m.||—|
|76ers vs. Pelicans||8 p.m.||—|
|Magic vs. Spurs||8:30 p.m.||—|
|Thunder vs. Jazz||9 p.m.||—|
|Nuggets vs. Suns||10 p.m.||ESPN|
|Kings vs. Trail Blazers||10 p.m.||—|
Thursday, Oct. 21
|Game||Time (ET)||National TV|
|Mavericks vs. Hawks||7:30 p.m.||TNT|
|Bucks vs. Heat||8 p.m.||—|
|Clippers vs. Warriors||10 p.m.||TNT|
How to watch NBA games 2021-22
NBA regular-season games will once again be spread across ABC, ESPN, NBA TV and TNT. You can stream games on Watch ESPN and Watch TNT, both available on desktop and by downloading the mobile apps. You can also stream games via NBA League Pass or fuboTV, which offers a free trial.
MORE: Watch NBA games with fuboTV (seven-day free trial)
NBA Opening Night reactions
Dallas Stars Tickets | 2021 NHL Tickets & Schedule
Dallas Stars at the American Airlines Center
With a returning crop of rising talent, the Dallas Stars resume their march toward the Playoffs amid their Victory Green-clad faithful in the American Airlines Center. The venue, the Stars’ home since the 2001-02 season, has earned wide praise from the league for “Best Fan Experience.” Their electrifying play has for years thrilled sellout and near-sellout crowds, who have made it a tradition to yell “Stars” when the word comes up in the verses of “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
2021-22 Dallas Stars Season
General manager Jim Nill
Coach Rick Bowness
Captain Jamie Benn
Alternate captains Blake Comeau, John Klingberg, Esa Lindell, Tyler Seguin
Dallas Stars History
The franchise began play in 1967 as the Minnesota North Stars, earning two trips to the Stanley Cup® Finals (losing to the New York Islanders in 1980-81 and the Pittsburgh Penguins in 1990-91) before relocating to Dallas after the 1992-93 season and dropping “North” from their name.
The team immediately brought a winning tradition to Dallas, making the Playoffs four of its first five seasons. Then came the back-to-back seasons The Big D will remember forever. In 1998-99, sparked by center Mike Modano (the franchise’s all-time leading scorer), off-season addition Brett Hull, and goaltender Ed Belfour, the Stars swept through the Playoffs to defeat the Buffalo Sabres for a Stanley Cup® Championship. Memorably, the clinching Game 6 victory came on Hull’s controversial goal in overtime. The following season, the Stars again made the Stanley Cup® Finals, only to lose to the New Jersey Devils in six games, the final defeat on a double-overtime goal.
The Stars vaulted into the Playoffs in six of the seven ensuing seasons, making it only as far as the conference finals.
In 2017, right-winger Jere Lehtinen, who spent his entire NHL career in Dallas, became the fifth Stars player to have his number retired, joining Modano, Bill Masterton, Bill Goldsworthy, and Neal Broten.
NHL TV schedule 2021-22: When and how to watch
The 2021-22 NHL TV schedule on TNT, ABC, ESPN, ESPN+ and Hulu, including the Stanley Cup playoffs. Games on ESPN+ and Hulu require a subscription; you can purchase an ESPN+ subscription for $6.99/month here(affliate link).
NHL TV schedule
All games not nationally televised are available to watch on ESPN+.
Thursday, October 28
No national TV games, though all nine games (Arizona-Tampa Bay, Calgary-Pittsburgh, Boston-Carolina, Colorado-St. Louis, Philadelphia-Vancouver, Buffalo-Anaheim, Minnesota-Seattle, Winnipeg-Los Angeles and Montreal-San Jose) are available out-of-market on ESPN+.
Friday, October 29
|7:00p||Panthers – Red Wings||ESPN+
Saturday, October 30
|1:30p||Islanders – Predators||NHLN|
|7:00p||Jets – Sharks||NHLN|
Sunday, October 31
|9:00p||Rangers – Kraken||NHLN|
Tuesday, November 2
|10:00p||Devils – Ducks||ESPN+
|10:30p||Sabres – Sharks||ESPN+
Wednesday, November 3
|10:00p||Blues – Kings||TNT|
Friday, November 5
|10:00p||Coyotes – Ducks||ESPN+
|10:30p||Devils – Kings||ESPN+
Tuesday, November 9
|7:00p||Panthers – Devils||ESPN+
|10:00p||Kraken – Golden Knights||ESPN+
Wednesday, November 10
|10:00p||Wild – Coyotes||TNT|
Friday, November 12
|7:00p||Oilers – Sabres||ESPN+
|8:30p||Coyotes – Blackhawks||ESPN+
Tuesday, November 16
|7:00p||Islanders – Panthers||ESPN+
|8:30p||Red Wings – Stars||ESPN+
Wednesday, November 17
|10:00p||Blackhawks – Kraken||TNT|
Friday, November 19
|10:00p||Avalanche – Kraken||ESPN+
Tuesday, November 23
|8:30p||Oilers – Stars||ESPN+
Wednesday, November 24
|10:00p||Maple Leafs – Kings||TNT|
Friday, November 26
|1:00p||Blues – Blackhawks||ABC
|3:30p||Rangers – Bruins||ESPN+
|6:00p||Devils – Predators||ESPN+
Tuesday, November 30
|7:00p||Sharks – Devils||ESPN+
|8:00p||Lightning – Blues||ESPN+
Wednesday, December 1
|10:00p||Penguins – Oilers||TNT|
Friday, December 3
|9:30p||Golden Knights – Coyotes||ESPN+
Tuesday, December 7
|7:00p||Predators – Red Wings||ESPN+
|7:30p||Ducks – Sabres||ESPN+
Wednesday, December 8
|10:00p||Stars – Golden Knights||TNT|
Friday, December 10
|7:00p||Penguins – Capitals||ESPN+
|7:30p||Predators – Devils||ESPN+
Tuesday, December 14
|8:00p||Hurricanes – Wild||ESPN+
|9:00p||Rangers – Avalanche||ESPN+
Wednesday, December 15
|10:00p||Kraken – Ducks||TNT|
Friday, December 17
|8:00p||Stars – Blues||ESPN+
|10:00p||Coyotes – Ducks||ESPN+
Tuesday, December 21
|7:00p||Capitals – Flyers||ESPN+
|10:00p||Coyotes – Kraken||ESPN+
Wednesday, December 22
|10:00p||Oilers – Kings||TNT|
Tuesday, December 28
|7:00p||Canadiens – Lightning||ESPN+
|10:30p||Coyotes – Sharks||ESPN+
Wednesday, December 29
|10:00p||Stars – Avalanche||TNT|
Saturday, January 1
|tbd||Blues – Wild
Winter Classic (Twins Field)
Tuesday, January 4
|8:30p||Avalanche – Blackhawks||ESPN+
|10:00p||Islanders – Kraken||ESPN+
Wednesday, January 5
|7:30p||Blues – Penguins||TNT|
|10:00p||Islanders – Canucks||TNT|
Thursday, January 6
|7:00p||Wild – Bruins||ESPN|
|Penguins – Flyers||ESPN+
Tuesday, January 11
|10:30p||Red Wings – Sharks||ESPN+
Wednesday, January 12
|7:00p||Bruins – Canadiens||TNT|
|10:00p||Maple Leafs – Coyotes||TNT|
Thursday, January 13
|7:00p||Flyers – Bruins||ESPN|
|Blue Jackets – Hurricanes||ESPN+
Monday, January 17
|4:00p||Canadiens – Coyotes||ESPN+
Tuesday, January 18
|7:00p||Blue Jackets – Islanders||ESPN+
Wednesday, January 19
|7:30p||Maple Leafs – Rangers||TNT|
|10:00p||Avalanche – Ducks||TNT|
Thursday, January 20
|7:00p||Capitals – Bruins||ESPN+
|9:30p||Avalanche – Kings||ESPN|
Tuesday, January 25
|7:00p||Stars – Devils||ESPN+
|10:00p||Predators – Kraken||ESPN+
Wednesday, January 26
|7:30p||Blackhawks – Red Wings||TNT|
|10:00p||Bruins – Avalanche||TNT|
Thursday, January 27
|7:00p||Kings – Islanders||ESPN+
Tuesday, February 1
|7:00p||Panthers – Rangers||ESPN+
|10:00p||Sabres – Golden Knights||ESPN+
Wednesday, February 2
|7:00p||Oilers – Capitals||TNT|
|9:30p||Wild – Blackhawks||TNT|
Friday, February 4
|NHL Skills Challenge||ESPN|
Saturday, February 5
|3:00p||NHL All-Star Game||ABC
Wednesday, February 23
|7:30p||Oilers – Lightning||TNT|
|10:00p||Kings – Coyotes||TNT|
Thursday, February 24
|7:00p||Capitals – Rangers||ESPN|
|Blue Jackets – Panthers||ESPN+
Saturday, February 26
|3:00p||Rangers – Penguins||ABC
|7:30p||Lightning – Predators
Stadium Series (Titans Stadium)
Tuesday, March 1
|7:00p||Devils – Blue Jackets||ESPN+
Wednesday, March 2
|7:30p||Blues – Rangers||TNT|
|10:00p||Predators – Kraken||TNT|
Thursday, March 3
|9:00p||Bruins – Golden Knights||ESPN|
Friday, March 4
|7:00p||Wild – Sabres||ESPN+
Saturday, March 5
|3:00p||Blackhawks – Flyers||ABC
Sunday, March 6
|4:00p||Stars – Wild||TNT|
Monday, March 7
|7:30p||Maple Leafs – Blue Jackets||ESPN+
Tuesday, March 8
|7:30p||Coyotes – Red Wings||ESPN+
Wednesday, March 9
|8:00p||Capitals – Oilers||TNT|
|10:30p||Canadiens – Canucks||TNT|
Thursday, March 10
|7:00p||Wild – Red Wings||ESPN+
|8:00p||Ducks – Predators||ESPN+
Saturday, March 12
|3:00p||Flyers – Hurricanes||ABC
Sunday, March 13
|3:00p||Maple Leafs – Sabres
Heritage Classic (Hamilton, Ont.)
Tuesday, March 15
|10:30p||Panthers – Sharks||ESPN+
Wednesday, March 16
|7:30p||Bruins – Wild||TNT|
|10:00p||Lightning – Kraken||TNT|
Thursday, March 17
|10:00p||Sharks – Kings||ESPN+
|10:30p||Panthers – Golden Knights||ESPN+
Saturday, March 19
|8:00p||Rangers – Lightning||ABC
Sunday, March 20
|2:00p||Islanders – Flyers||TNT|
Tuesday, March 22
|10:30p||Predators – Kings||ESPN+
Wednesday, March 23
|7:30p||Penguins – Sabres||TNT|
|10:00p||Blackhawks – Ducks||TNT|
Thursday, March 24
|7:00p||Stars – Hurricanes||ESPN|
|8:00p||Flyers – Blues||ESPN+
|10:00p||Blackhawks – Kings||ESPN+
Friday, March 25
|10:00p||Kraken – Ducks||ESPN+
Saturday, March 26
|3:00p||Blackhawks – Golden Knights||ABC
Sunday, March 27
|2:00p||Lightning – Islanders||TNT|
Tuesday, March 29
|7:00p||Hurricanes – Lightning||ESPN+
Wednesday, March 30
|7:30p||Rangers – Red Wings||TNT|
|10:00p||Golden Knights – Kraken||TNT|
Thursday, March 31
|7:00p||Blue Jackets – Islanders||ESPN+
Saturday, April 2
|3:00p||Penguins – Avalanche||ABC
Sunday, April 3
|4:00p||Islanders – Devils||TNT|
Tuesday, April 5
|7:00p||Hurricanes – Sabres||ESPN+
|8:00p||Wild – Predators||ESPN+
Wednesday, April 6
|7:30p||Lightning – Capitals||TNT|
|10:00p||Canucks – Golden Knights||TNT|
Thursday, April 7
|7:00p||Penguins – Rangers||ESPN+
|7:30p||Sabres – Hurricanes||ESPN+
Saturday, April 9
|3:00p||Capitals – Penguins||ABC
Sunday, April 10
|1:30p||Bruins – Capitals||TNT|
|4:00p||Predators – Penguins||TNT|
Tuesday, April 12
|7:00p||Flyers – Capitals||ESPN|
|9:30p||Lightning – Stars||ESPN|
Wednesday, April 13
|7:00p||Rangers – Flyers||TNT|
|9:30p||Kings – Avalanche||TNT|
Thursday, April 14
|7:00p||Red Wings – Hurricanes||ESPN+
|8:00p||Wild – Stars||ESPN|
Saturday, April 16
|3:00p||Wild – Blues||ABC
Tuesday, April 19
|8:00p||Bruins – Blues||ESPN+
|10:00p||Kings – Ducks||ESPN|
Thursday, April 21
|7:00p||Red Wings – Panthers||ESPN+
|8:00p||Maple Leafs – Lightning||ESPN|
|10:30p||Blues – Sharks||ESPN|
Saturday, April 23
|3:00p||Rangers – Bruins||ABC
Sunday, April 24
|4:00p||Penguins – Flyers||TNT|
Monday, April 25
|8:00p||Flyers – Blackhawks||ESPN+
Tuesday, April 26
|7:00p||Islanders – Capitals||ESPN|
|Oilers – Penguins||ESPN+
Tuesday, April 26
|9:30p||Blues – Avalanche||ESPN|
Thursday, April 28
|7:00p||Lightning – Islanders||ESPN+
New TV deal
By far the biggest change to this year’s NHL TV schedule is the new media rights deal the league reached earlier this year. The NHL in the 2021-22 season begins a new seven-year media rights deal with ESPN and Turner Sports. ESPN and ABC will combine to air 28 regular season games, while TNT is scheduled for 50. The ESPN+ streaming service and Hulu will air 75. All national games, including those on ESPN+ and Hulu, are exclusive (meaning there will not be local RSN coverage)
How to stream the NHL TV schedule
If you do not have a cable subscription, you can stream NHL games on ESPN, ABC and TNT through YouTube TV, Hulu, Sling or DirecTV Stream. Fubo has ESPN and ABC but not TNT. To stream games on ESPN+ or Hulu, you will have to subscribe to one or both service.
You can purchase a $6.99/month ESPN+ subscription through the following link (this is an affiliate link and SMW may make a commission if you purchase a subscription).
For last year’s NHL TV schedule, a shortened slate that began in January and ended with the Stanley Cup Final being awarded in July, go to page two.
Saturday, September 25
|7:00p||Canadiens – Maple Leafs||NHLN|
Sunday, September 26
|5:00p||Bruins – Capitals||NHLN|
|8:00p||Senators – Jets||NHLN|
|10:00p||Sharks – Golden Knights (JIP)||NHLN|
Monday, September 27
|7:00p||Maple Leafs – Canadiens||NHLN|
Tuesday, September 28
|7:00p||Bruins – Rangers||NHLN|
|10:00p||Avalanche – Golden Knights||NHLN|
Wednesday, September 29
|7:00p||Devils – Capitals||NHLN|
|8:30p||Red Wings – Blackhawks (JIP)||NHLN|
Thursday, September 30
|7:30p||Flyers – Bruins||TNT|
|10:00p||Golden Knights – Kings
From Salt Lake City
Friday, October 1
|7:00p||Rangers – Devils||NHLN|
|10:00p||Kings – Golden Knights||NHLN|
Saturday, October 2
|7:00p||Rangers – Bruins||NHLN|
|Capitals – Flyers||ESPN+|
|Blue Jackets – Red Wings||ESPN+|
|Senators – Canadiens||ESPN+|
|Jets – Oilers||ESPN+|
Sunday, October 3
|Noon||Red Wings – Penguins||NHLN|
|7:00p||Jets – Canucks||NHLN|
Monday, October 4
|7:00p||Bruins – Flyers||NHLN|
|Maple Leafs – Senators||ESPN+|
|7:30p||Blackhawks – Red Wings||ESPN+|
Tuesday, October 5
|7:00p||Panthers – Lightning||NHLN|
|Sabres – Penguins||ESPN+|
|Predators – Hurricanes||ESPN+|
|Canadiens – Maple Leafs||ESPN+|
|9:00p||Golden Knights – Avalanche||ESPN+|
|10:00p||Kraken – Canucks||NHLN|
|10:30p||Coyotes – Kings||ESPN+|
Wednesday, October 6
|7:00p||Capitals – Bruins||NHLN|
|Devils – Rangers||ESPN+|
|8:00p||Blues – Wild||ESPN+|
|Flames – Jets||ESPN+|
|10:00p||Kings – Ducks||NHLN|
Thursday, October 7
|7:00p||Islanders – Devils||ESPN+|
|Senators – Canadiens||ESPN+|
|7:30p||Penguins – Red Wings||NHLN|
|8:00p||Blackhawks – Wild||ESPN+|
|9:00p||Canucks – Oilers||ESPN+|
|10:00p||Coyotes – Golden Knights||NHLN|
Friday, October 8
|7:00p||Flyers – Capitals||NHLN|
|10:00p||Jets – Flames (JIP)||NHLN|
Saturday, October 9
|3:00p||Red Wings – Sabres||ESPN+|
|4:00p||Hurricanes – Predators||NHLN|
|7:00p||Rangers – Islanders||NHLN|
|Senators – Maple Leafs||ESPN+|
|8:00p||Golden Knights – Sharks||ESPN+|
|8:30p||Wild – Blackhawks||ESPN+|
|9:00p||Oilers – Canucks||ESPN+|
|10:30p||Ducks – Kings||NHLN|
Tuesday, October 12
|7:30p||Penguins – Lightning||ESPN
|10:15p||Kraken – Golden Knights||ESPN
Wednesday, October 13
|7:30p||Rangers – Capitals||TNT|
|10:00p||Blackhawks – Avalanche||TNT|
Thursday, October 14
|8:00p||Kraken – Predators||NHLN|
Friday, October 15
|7:00p||Blackhawks – Devils||NHLN|
|10:00p||Wild – Ducks||ESPN+
Saturday, October 16
|1:00p||Coyotes – Sabres||NHLN|
|7:00p||Blackhawks – Penguins||NHLN|
Sunday, October 17
|5:00p||Stars – Senators||NHLN|
Monday, October 18
|7:00p||Rangers – Maple Leafs||NHLN|
Tuesday, October 19
|7:00p||Avalanche – Capitals||ESPN+
|8:00p||Islanders – Blackhawks||ESPN|
Wednesday, October 20
|7:30p||Bruins – Flyers||TNT|
|10:00p||Blues – Golden Knights||TNT|
Friday, October 22
|7:00p||Bruins – Sabres||ESPN+
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Creating the NFL Schedule | NFL Football Operations
WHAT MAKES A GOOD SCHEDULE?
Each team has one bye week between Weeks 6 and 14. Determining where that bye week falls for each team presents additional challenges for the schedule makers.
For example, the league tries to limit the number of times a team that played the week before has to face a team coming off its bye.
The schedule makers also consider where a team’s bye week fell in past seasons. A team with an early bye week one year will receive consideration for a later bye week the next season.
Even after all the factors have been weighed and the schedule is produced, the league occasionally has to make adjustments on short notice.
A rare November blizzard in Buffalo in 2014 prompted the league to move the Bills’ Week 12 home game against the New York Jets — originally a Sunday game in Orchard Park — to Monday of the same week in Detroit’s Ford Field.
In 2017, Hurricane Irma caused the league to postpone the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Week 1 game in Miami against the Dolphins in the interest of public safety. While not ideal, the teams both had a Week 11 bye, so the game was played that week and they had an unexpected Week 1 bye.
With games on Thursdays, Sundays and Mondays, the schedule makers have to allow enough time between games so teams are not at a disadvantage against an opponent that has had more time to prepare and rest. Teams scheduled to play on Thursday nights will not have to play a short week more than once a season.
The league tries to limit the number of consecutive road games any team plays to two games, with emphasis at the beginning and end of the season. Sometimes, however, the schedule makers cannot avoid placing a team on the road for three straight weeks.
Schedule makers also work to avoid putting teams in a position where they cross the country too often over a short period of time or endure inordinate travel that may put the players at a competitive disadvantage compared with the club they’re playing.
The league tries to avoid scheduling teams that play on the road on Monday nights with an away game the following week to avoid having two road games separated by a short week.
The process is challenging, and there may be no such thing as a perfect schedule, but the schedule makers consistently provide the NFL’s fans and broadcast partners with a compelling and entertaining slate of games week after week.
Maryland again? Gophers, Terrapins meet for sixth straight year
The Gophers play in the Big Ten’s West Division, which means they face Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Northwestern, Purdue and Wisconsin every football season. If it seems as if they have another annual foe in that group, that’s not far off. On Saturday at Huntington Bank Stadium, the Gophers will play Maryland for the sixth consecutive season.
The Terrapins, a member the East Division, have been on Minnesota’s schedule since the 2016 season and have won three of the five meetings. They’ll rotate off the Gophers schedule next season, when Minnesota’s three East opponents will be Rutgers (home), Michigan State (away) and Penn State (away).
The Big Ten has announced schedules through the 2025 season, and Michigan State will be on the Gophers slate in each of the next four years. Penn State and Rutgers will be on Minnesota’s schedule twice from 2022-25, with Indiana, Maryland, Michigan and Ohio State once each.
Here’s a look at the Gophers-Maryland series, with its next matchup set for College Park in 2024:
2016, Gophers 31, Maryland 10: In the first meeting between the schools since the 1977 Hall of Fame Bowl (Terrapins, 17-7), Rodney Smith rushes for 144 yards and two TDs as Minnesota rolls in College Park. Freshman defensive back Antoine Winfield Jr. caps the win with an 82-yard interception return for a TD.
2017, Maryland 24, Gophers 17: Ty Johnson’s 34-yard TD run with 1:10 left in the fourth quarter gives the visiting Terrapins the victory in Fleck’s first season. Winfield aggravates a hamstring injury from training camp and is lost for the season.
2018, Maryland 42, Gophers 13: The Terps average 49.2 yards on five offensive touchdowns in College Park, taking advantage of the absence of Winfield, who suffers a broken foot early in the game and is lost for the season. The Gophers were playing with heavy hearts, three days after the death of former teammate Nick Connelly because of a rare form of cancer.
2019, Gophers 52, Maryland 10: The Gophers amass 498 yards of offense in Minneapolis and get a 72-yard interception return for a TD from Coney Durr in routing the Terps. Winfield avoids the Maryland injury hex and finishes with six tackles and an interception.
2020, Maryland 45, Gophers 44 (OT): The Terrapins roll to 675 yards of offense and overcome a 17-point fourth-quarter deficit to force overtime against the visiting Gophers. Maryland goes up 45-38 in overtime before Seth Green scores on a 2-yard run for the Gophers. However, Brock Walker misses the extra-point attempt, ending the game.
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90,000 where to watch and what channels will be shown, the schedule of competitions of the Russian national team
XVI Summer Paralympic Games in Tokyo will be held from August 24 to September 5, 2021.
A total of 539 sets of awards will be drawn in Japan. The Games will feature 22 sports. Badminton and taekwondo will be included in the Paralympics program for the first time. They will replace sailing and one of the disciplines of Paralympic football.
Russian athletes at the Paralympic Games will not be able to fly the national flag due to the sanctions of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).The Russians will perform under the abbreviation RPC (Russian Paralympic Committee) and under the white flag with the RPC emblem. The national anthem will not be able to sound in their honor; instead, the introduction to the Concerto No. 1 by Pyotr Tchaikovsky will be used.
The final composition of the Russian team for participation in the Paralympics 2020 included 241 athletes (129 men and 112 women) from 50 regions of the country, including six athletes from the Altai Territory. Athletes from the Russian Federation will compete for medals in 19 sports.
The 2020 Summer Paralympics Opening Ceremony will take place on Tuesday, August 24, in Tokyo at the National Stadium. It will start at 14:00 Moscow time. The opening can be watched live on Match TV.
The event, like the rest of the Paralympics, will be held with empty stands. It largely repeats the course and structure of the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games. Greece will be the first to enter the arena and Japan will be the last.
The standard-bearers of our national team at the opening will be the six-time world champion in athletics in short-distance running Andrey Vdovin and two-time champion of the Paralympics in running 1500 meters Elena Pautova.
IPC President Andrew Parsons will deliver a speech after the Country Parade. At the end of his speech, he will give the floor to Emperor Naruhito of Japan, who will officially announce the opening of the Games. After the words of the emperor, the Paralympic flag will be raised over the stadium, simultaneously with the performance of the Paralympic anthem.
Athletes, coaches and officials will then take the oath. The Japanese athlete will take the Paralympic Oath, reaffirming, on behalf of all participants in the Games, their commitment to the principles of fair wrestling and the ideals of the Paralympic movement.
The opening ceremony will end with the Paralympic torch relay. A famous Japanese Paralympian will use a torch to light a fire in the stadium bowl.
Russian Paralympic Team. What disciplines does our team participate in
The closing ceremony of the Summer Paralympic Games will take place on Sunday 5 September in Tokyo at the National Stadium. It will start at 14:00 Moscow time. Probably, the closing of the Games can be watched live on Match TV.
The event will be held without spectators due to strict restrictions in force in connection with the coronavirus pandemic. During the ceremony, the Paralympic flag will be handed over to the host of the next summer Games – France, which will host the 2024 Paralympics in Paris. The 2020 Games will be considered closed after the Paralympic flame is extinguished.
Which channels will the Paralympic Games broadcast, broadcast schedule
On 25 August, the day after the opening ceremony, 24 sets of awards will be drawn.Most of the gold medals at the Paralympics will find their winners from August 28 to 31, as well as September 3.
The Games will be broadcast in Russia by Match TV, which will broadcast part of the competition on the main channel Match! Also, the Paralympic Games 2020 will be shown by other channels of the holding: “Game”, “Arena” and “Strana”.
To date, there is no full schedule of the Games, we are acquainting you with the on-air grid of Match channels for known dates.
Schedule of live broadcasts (Moscow time)
Wednesday 25 August
03.55 Cycling. Track (“Match! Arena”)
04.25. Goalball. Women. Russia – Canada (“Match TV” and “Match! Game”)
10.15. Swimming (“Match TV” and “Match! Country”)
Thursday 26 August
03.55. Cycling. Track (“Match! Arena”)
10.55. Swimming (“Match TV” and “Match! Country”)
Friday August 27
03.25. Athletics (“Match TV” and “Match! Arena”)
03.55. Cycling. Track (“Match! Country”)
10.00. Judo (“Match! Country”)
10.55 Swimming. Athletics. Judo (“Match TV”)
Saturday 28 August
03.25. Athletics. Cycling. Track (“Match TV”)
03.25. Athletics (“Match! Arena”)
03.55. Cycling. Track (“Match! Country”)
10.55. Swimming (“Match! Country”)
11.25. Goalball. Women. Russia – Israel (“Match! Game”)
13.55 Athletics (“Match TV”)
Sunday 29 August
03.25. Athletics (“Match! Country”)
10.55. Swimming. Athletics (“Match TV”)
12.00. Swimming (“Match! Country”)
12.35. Swimming (“Match TV”)
12.55 Athletics (“Match! Arena”)
14.40 Athletics (Match TV)
Monday August 30
03.25. Athletics (“Match TV” and “Match! Arena”)
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Free live broadcasts, recordings and reviews will be available on the Match TV website, as well as in the Match! Application for smartphones and Smart TV.
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Star Wars Celebration 2019 Announcements and Schedules
Star Wars Day is coming soon, so what trailers can fans expect over the weekend? This year will be a massive year for the entire franchise, with the premiere of Episode IX, The Mandalorian and several other projects.
For those fortunate enough to attend the Celebration in Chicago, the main panels are just the tip of the iceberg, but for everyone else. Lucasfilm has already confirmed presentations for Episode IX, The Mandalorian and their various animation shows. History has proven that some of the commercials will be featured at these exhibitions. So what news awaits us?
TITLE AND TRAILER OF EPISODE IX
Episode IX is unsurprisingly central to this day, as is The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi before it.Lucasfilm is clearly planning something big here as they haven’t even announced the movie’s official title yet. The studio appears to be taking the lead for Marvel Studios and retains the title for a trailer that will surely appear. there should also be a lot of information about the movie. In the past, Lucasfilm has revealed new characters and teased plot details on this day. The Episode IX panel will take place on Friday, April 12, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm ET.
“MANDALOREZ” – RELEASE DATE AND TRAILER
The panel of the series, which runs on Sunday, April 14, from 7:00 to 20:00, will probably also end with a couple of frames.The only question is whether fans will know the release date because it is most likely related to the launch of Disney +. If Disney announces when their subscription will be available at the April 11th Investor Meeting, Lucasfilm could confirm a release date for the series.
CLONES WAR REVIVAL TRAILER
Lucasfilm surprised everyone last summer at San Diego Comic-Con when they announced that the fan-favorite animated series The Clone Wars is getting a revival so that it can finally finish its story on its own terms.The Clone Wars panel will take place on Sunday, April 14, from 11:30 pm to 12:30 am ET. It would be unsurprising to see a trailer there that creates hype for the anticipated comeback. The project will launch on Disney +.
STAR WARS JEDI TRAILER: FALLEN ORDER
The video games Star Wars have been out of luck in recent years, but everyone hopes that will change. The story follows the young Padawan after Order 66, and Lucasfilm will be covering the game during the panel on Saturday, April 13 from 9:30 pm to 10:30 pm Moscow time.In addition to information about the game, we should also receive a trailer.
The event will take place from 12 to 14 April 2019.
90,000 what to expect and where to watch
After the US Open, many strong tennis players almost immediately moved to Europe, where the hall season began.Moreover, J&T Banka Ostrava Open in Ostrava of the WTA 500 category, which will be held from 20 to 26 September 2021, has assembled a very powerful roster led by Olympic champion Tokyo Belinda Bencic , winner of Roland Garros -2020 Iga Schwentek , two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova and leaders of Russian women’s tennis Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and Veronika Kudermetova .
The WTA Women’s Tournament in Ostrava was held for the first time last year, and its final turned out to be purely Belarusian – Arina Sobolenko beat Victoria Azarenka 6: 2, 6: 2.This time Sobolenko and Azarenka did not come, we will not see the heroines of the US Open Emma Radukanu and Leila Fernandez . But overall, the overall level is very high. So, the first six seeded is in the top 15 in the women’s ranking. These are Shventek (8), Kvitova (10), Benchich (12), semi-finalist of the US Open-2021 Maria Sakkari (13), Pavlyuchenkova (14) and Angelica Kerber (15). The lineup could have been even more stellar, but Barbora Kreichikova , Karolina Plishkova and Elina Svitolina nevertheless decided at the last moment not to play in the Czech Republic.
Nevertheless, very intriguing matches will be played already in the first round. For example, Elena Rybakina against Kudermetova or Kerber against Gilles Teichmann . It will be interesting to look at Elena Ostapenko , who gained the move , and Pavlyuchenkova, who traditionally plays great on hard. In addition to Pavlyuchenkova and Kudermetova, no one directly from the Russians got into the main draw, but five in the qualification at once ( Ekaterina Aleksandrova , Anastasia Potapova , Varvara Gracheva , Anastasia Zakharova and Anna Blinkova ) reached the final round.
Tennis. WTA 500. J&T Banka Ostrava Open. Ostrava, Czech Republic (Hard)
20 – 26 September
start time – Moscow
Monday 20 September
First round. Start at 13:00
Tuesday September 21
First circle. Second circle. Start at 13:00
September 22, Wednesday
Second round. Start at 13:00
Thursday 23 September
Second round.Start at 13:00
Friday 24 September
Quarter-finals. Beginning at 15:00
September 25. Saturday
Semi-finals. The matches start at 15:00
September 26, Sunday
Final. Start at 15:30
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Tomorrow, the 32nd Summer Olympic Games in modern history are due to begin in Tokyo.If the situation with coronavirus infection does not intervene, the competitions in the capital of Japan will be held from July 23 to August 8. The full schedule of the Olympics, as well as the answer to the question why these Games should become historical for the Ulyanovsk region, read the material ulpravda.ru.
The tournament route is known only for Sobol
In total, 339 sets of awards will be played at these Games, and the first medalists of the Tokyo Olympics will be determined on July 24.And there is a possibility that on this day one of the four representatives of the Ulyanovsk region who went to Tokyo will write her name in history. We are talking about Christina Sobol, who will take part in weightlifting competitions.
“At the Olympics, Christina Sobol will defend the colors of the Russian national team in the weight category up to 49 kg,” Mikhail Gobeev, Chairman of the Weightlifting Federation of the Ulyanovsk Region, reminded ulpravda.ru. – Initially, it was planned that the competition in this weight will be held on July 23, but, having arrived in Japan, Christina wrote to me that in the approved schedule her starts are scheduled for the 24th.Both exercises – snatch and clean and jerk – will take place on the same day. ”
Note that first, weightlifters of this weight category will perform in qualification (the competition will start at 04.50 Ulyanovsk time), then the best will be in the final (beginning at 08.50).
If for Kristina Sobol the whole tournament path is already known, then for three other Ulyanovsk athletes who made their way to the number of participants in the Olympics, there is no such clarity.
For example, volleyball player Anna Podkopayeva (Malova) may enter the court for the first time on July 25.On this day, at 4 o’clock in the morning, the Russian national team, for which our compatriot plays, will play with the Italian national team.
The further schedule of the Russian women’s volleyball team at the Tokyo Games looks like this:
July 27 at 04.00 – match with Argentina,
July 29 at 11.25 – with China,
July 31 at 06.05 – from the USA,
August 2 at 09.20 – with Turkey.
If the Russian national team reaches the playoffs (for this they need to take a place in the group stage in the quartet of the best), then on August 4 it will have a quarterfinal match.The semi-finals of the women’s volleyball Olympic tournament are scheduled for August 6. Games for 3rd place and the final will take place on August 8. It turns out that under the most favorable circumstances, the Olympics for Podkopayeva may last until August 8.
The Olympic tournament for the boxer from Dimitrovgrad Svetlana Soluyanova can turn out to be almost as long. The final fight in the weight category up to 51 kg is scheduled for August 7. But in order to get to the decisive meeting of the Games, the ward of coach Airat Bogdanov needs to win the 1/16 finals (the fight will take place on July 25 at 06.00), 1/8 finals (July 29 at 08.06), quarterfinals (August 1 at 06.00) and semifinals (August 4 at 09.00). The final is scheduled for August 7 at 09.15.
The fourth Ulyanovsk Olympic woman – Varvara Baranova – will represent the Russian national team in the kayak competition. It is not yet known in what competitive discipline the coaching staff of the Russian team will entrust our compatriot to perform. It is only known that Baranova can start at a distance of 500 meters in “two” or “four”. The rowing competition among the women’s “doubles” will be held in Japan on August 2 (preliminary arrivals – at 05.00, quarterfinals at 08.00) and August 3 (semi-finals at 05.30, final at 07.45). The “fours” will compete on August 6 (preliminary races – at 04.14) and August 7 (semi-finals – at 05.11, the final – at 06.50).
The full start schedule for the Tokyo Olympics looks like this
Savosin considers Baranova a favorite, Yankauskas – Soluyanova, and Kalmykov calls for victory every
At the Tokyo Olympics, the Ulyanovsk region will be marked with a unique achievement: for the first time in history, our region will be represented at the four-year Games by four athletes at once.What are the famous personalities of the Ulyanovsk regional sports expecting from our Olympians and whether they will watch the Olympic broadcasts, ulpravda.ru learned firsthand.
Ramil Egorov, Minister of Sports of the Ulyanovsk Region:
“I really love competitions like the Olympics, so of course I plan to watch TV broadcasts from Japan. The priority for me will be competitions with the participation of representatives of the Ulyanovsk region. I really hope that our compatriots will have a lot of such active fans and we will all be able to transfer our energy to the girls.
I wish the Ulyanovsk athletes to show everything they are capable of at the Olympics and avoid injuries. They have already gone down in history, having become participants in prestigious competitions!
Of course, I will not only watch competitions with the participation of Ulyanovsk athletes. I am very interested in the broadcasts of tournaments in Greco-Roman wrestling, boxing, swimming, tennis and synchronized swimming. I will also watch the matches of the football tournament of the Olympics, if “star” personalities take part in it. “
Andrey Savosin, Director of the Sports Facilities Administration of the Ulyanovsk Region:
“The Olympics will be held in Japan, which means that the competition will begin at a very early time for Ulyanovsk. But the fact that some broadcasts start at 4 am is not a reason not to watch the Olympics. I will definitely watch competitions in athletics, rhythmic gymnastics, boxing, wrestling, team sports – volleyball, basketball, football.Without a doubt, I will follow the performances of the Ulyanovsk girls, keep my fists for them. I would like all of them to end up among the winners of the Games. I personally believe that Varvara Baranova has the highest chances to climb the podium from the Ulyanovsk athletes. Kristina Sobol and Svetlana Soluyanova have these chances a little lower and about the same. But I don’t expect Anna Podkopaeva (Malova) on the podium. I think that the Russian women’s volleyball team will not make it to the number of prize-winners in Tokyo. ”
Evgeniy Yankauskas, Chairman of the Athletics Federation of the Ulyanovsk Region:
“I look forward to this Olympics with great interest.I will try to watch the performances with the participation of the Russians live, and the starts without the Russians will be recorded.
I will not only watch the athletics competition, but also make videos. Especially the final starts. Then, at the meetings of the coaching council of our athletics federation, we will collectively conduct an analysis: discuss the technical, tactical and general physical training of athletes. These notes will become a kind of teaching aids for us.
I will worry about the representatives of the Ulyanovsk region – Soluyanova, Baranova, Sobol, Podkopaeva (Malova).And I will also worry about Anya’s father, Nikolai Malov. After all, he is our man – the athletics coach.
Medals can be won by all our compatriots. I especially believe in Soluyanova, at the Games she should at least box in the finals ”.
Mikhail Gobeev, Chairman of the Weightlifting Federation of the Ulyanovsk Region:
“I will watch the Olympic Games as far as possible, nevertheless, broadcasts will be conducted early in the morning or in the first half of the day, during working hours.But I will definitely watch the performances of weightlifters. I will cheer for our Christina Sobol. I am ready to turn on the TV for this at any time, even at 4 in the morning.
What are the prospects for medals for our athlete? We always hope for the best. But I soberly assess the chances of our compatriot and understand that it will be very difficult for her to compete with rivals from Asian countries. Success for Sobol, in my opinion, will be getting into the top six ”.
Oleg Kalmykov, Chairman of the Olympic Council of the Ulyanovsk Region:
“It is clear that due to the large difference in time zones between the Ulyanovsk region and Japan, TV broadcasts of the Games will be very early.But, of course, I will watch the Olympics. Like all members of the Olympic Council of the Ulyanovsk region, as well as our neighbors in the building – employees of the regional ministry of sports. In order to more comfortably watch the broadcasts of the Olympics, we even bought a new huge TV set. Now we will have a cinema hut!
I will not single out interesting and uninteresting sports, it is tactless. But since I was engaged in judo, I will definitely watch the competitions in this sport.I will watch the competition with the participation of all Ulyanovsk athletes.
What results do I expect from them? I do not agree with the Olympic motto that the main thing is not victory, but participation. The main thing for any person, and even more so for an athlete, is victory. It doesn’t matter if you’re wrestling, painting or picking mushrooms. Everyone wants to be the best in their business. Therefore, I want to wish our girls in Tokyo victories. May their dreams be solely about medals. But even if it doesn’t work out, every girl will still return home not empty-handed.The chance to go to the Olympics, see this event with your own eyes, and even more so to take part in it, is a big piece of happiness. The euphoria experienced by a person, an eyewitness or a participant in the Olympics, I would put in second place after the effect of having a child. ”
How Ulyanovsk athletes prepared for this Olympics, read here.
90,000 TV commentators are waiting for a bright ending | National Hockey League
Stanley Cup Final – a major event not only for fans but also for television.Well, when two teams of the “original six of the NHL” play in the final, the excitement only increases.
For the first time since 1979, two of the six teams that originally formed the NHL will face off in the final series. It will start on Wednesday (Thursday morning Moscow time).
This is a historic confrontation for the leading commentators of the American TV channel “NBC” Mike Emrick, Eddie Olchik and Pierre McGuire.
“These are teams from the original six, with fans who have supported them for generations.All this is very exciting and we are happy to be a part of this event and watch it with you “, – said Emrik on Monday.
Olchik knows very well what it means to be part of a team from the” six “. He played 16 years in the NHL and spent 3 seasons at Chicago, Toronto and Rangers. He is now an expert on Blackhawks.
“This is something you could only dream of having six teams in the final,” Olchik said. “This confrontation gives a special flavor to the series. These are the two best teams that have earned the right to play for the greatest sports prize in the world.Well, the fact that the finalists are teams from the “original six” increases interest and adds sparkle to the final. ”
“ The two best teams play in the final, ”McGuire emphasizes. This is in addition to the rich history of clubs.
At Boston tenacious defense – 1.88 goals conceded per game this playoffs Blackhawks in third place (1.94) Bruins third in average performance (3.12) Chicago is best short-handed team (94.8%)
Boston have two NHL top scorers in the playoffs – David Craicie (9 goals + 12 assists) and Nathan Horton (7 + 10).Partick Sharp and Brian Bickell of Chicago are tied for second most goalscorer (8 each), just one goal behind Craichi. The defense of each finalist is strengthened by the winner of the Norris prize: in Boston it is Zdeno Hara, in Chicago it is Duncan Keith.
“I think everything will be decided in the confrontation of the fourth links” – says McGuire. “There will be a full-fledged confrontation. The giant Zdeno Jara can play equally well both offensively and defensively. Gossa against Hara … Bergeron against Taves.It will be a real feast. “
The most interesting will be at the gate. Top goalkeepers of the playoffs will converge.” Chicago “Corey Crawford (1.74 goals conceded per game and 93.5% of reflected shots). Tuukka Rask (1.75 and 94.3%)
“As for Corey Crawford. I don’t think he changed his style of play, but he became more aggressive, “Olchik remarked.” He began to play more often on the outs. I don’t want to say that he tends to substitute for the shots, but he began to rely more on the choice of position.Rusk is perhaps more athletic, he moves quickly, plays a little deeper in goal and relies on his training. “
Both goalkeepers have achieved success, adhering to different styles. how you stop the puck is important. The main thing is that you stop her. “
The teams look the same. Everything can be solved by the play of the special teams. Both one and the other had problems with the majority.” Boston ” 12th.So far this has not influenced the result, but if the final round is very stubborn, then a goal in the majority can decide its outcome.
“We are dealing with the two best minority teams in the entire league,” Olchik said, “We can only see one power goal and it will be victorious … “That could be the deciding factor.”
None of the commentators dared to name the favorite. Olchik believes that the series will be long.
“I think there will be few goals,” suggested the commentator. “Teams know how to play defensively. They have stars in every line. I think the defense will prevail. The streak is likely to be long, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it ends in 4 or five matches. The opponents are equal.” …
Differences between the finalists are not great. The NBC team is ready to start the final now.
“It will be a confrontation between star coaches, star players, goalkeepers, a power struggle, two charged arenas, two charged cities,” says McGuire.”Can we start now?”
“We have Masha Vadeeva – the strongest center in Europe at the moment” – Russian Olympic Committee
Russian basketball players recognized their rivals at the group stage of the European Championship-2019. The composition of the quartet with the letter “D”, which also included the teams of Serbia, Belgium and Belarus, was specially evaluated for the ROC Information Service by the famous basketball TV commentator Vladimir Gomelsky.
The Continental Championship will be held from June 27 to July 7 in three cities of Serbia – Belgrade, Nis, Zrenjanin, as well as in Riga.
– The group of the Russian national team is quite serious. All three opponents – Serbia, Belgium and Belarus – have star players in their roster. It will be difficult to defeat these teams, but, from my point of view, it is quite possible, – the specialist noted.
– Serbs are the hosts of the tournament and the 2015 European champion. Is this the most difficult opponent in the first stage?
– Naturally. But now Serbia is one of the four least staffed teams. Their entire load falls on seven people.The rest, as a rule, do not enhance the game.
The average age of the Belarusian national team is higher than that of our team. Of course, they will not be able to run fast. But the Belarusian women have a fighting character. The match with them will not be easy.
As for Belgium, everything here will depend on the state of the experienced center An Wouters (four-time FIBA Euroleague champion – approx. VT ). As far as I know, she is now traumatized, and the whole question is whether she will have time to recover.
– The group stage winner advances directly to the quarterfinals.There is something to fight for!
– I think our team will be able to win all three matches. We have Masha Vadeeva – the brightest star, the strongest center in Europe at the moment. The team has a lot of great snipers. The only problem for the Russian team is the positional attack. There is a very shortage of a player who can deliver a sharp pass. But I think that the coaches will solve this problem through team action.
We add that EuroBasket 2019 will be an important stage in the selection for the Olympic Games 2020.To continue the fight for a ticket to Tokyo, you need to get into the top six.
We present the schedule of matches of the group stage with the participation of the Russian national team. The teams that took the first or third places will advance to the next round of Eurobasket.
June 27, Russia – Belgium
June 28, Serbia – Russia
June 30, Belarus – Russia
All playoff matches will be held in Belgrade, and the final meeting will take place at the Combank Arena, which seats 25,000 spectators.