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Week 2 — Lacrosse FlashCOLDSergio Perkovic-Jules Heningburg Midfield Tandem, Redwoods
It pains me to write this, but it had to happen at some point. If it were up to me, I would wrongly make an argument that the Redwoods’ midfield didn’t have a cold week and that it was just their game plan shifting.
However, if I am writing as someone who is objective, and not a hopeless Redwoods fan, I would have to say that for this Redwoods team to be successful, they need to generate better from the midfield. They have arguably the best Big 3 at the position and it showed in Week 1, as they went 2-0 with massive production.
The flip side of that is this week, both Perk and Jules were held to one combined point. Myles Jones picked up some slack, notching three assists and a goal, but in a game against the team with the worst Week 1 score differential, having a single point from two All-Stars is a tough pill to swallow.
I don’t see this being a long-term issue, but it does make things clear that this Redwoods’ offense, even with the countless amount of amazing attackmen, needs to create that space in the defense with their midfield.
Hopefully in Baltimore, that is what we see, but for Week 2, a 9-12 loss to Atlas cools off a team that was blistering hot to start the season.Justin Guterding, Chrome
It was another tough week for the “Beauties”, as Chrome suffered a loss, this time to a streaking Waterdogs.
Chrome has been injury bitten — no pun intended — to start the season as they have lost two starting attackmen, one being an All-Star offensive leader in Jordan Wolf, as well as a starting LSM in Jesse Bernhardt and the infamous Matt Gaudet.
That being said, they need some help at attack and the best person to do it is the next man up, Justin Guterding. Gutty has become a household name in the world of lacrosse since the beginning of the PLL, as his play and personality have elevated him to new levels of popularity.
However, so far this season his shooting has been ice-cold, shooting just 30 percent over two games, with six turnovers to add. For Chrome to turn a corner, they are going to need Guterding to play at the level he has for the last couple of years, taking the reigns of that offense. It’s not likely they will be getting their offensive pieces back soon.
It is entirely possible for Guterding to make this adjustment and come out firing in Baltimore, and now that I’ve written this, I fully expect it. But until then, Chrome is going to struggle to compete to their fullest ability, as they need him to be a strong offensive presence consistently again.Wes Berg, Chaos
Chaos had another tough week offensively, even though they were moderately able to make up the difference from their Long poles slinging 2’s like we all know and love.
But it once again wasn’t enough without the help of the offense there to bolster those bombs they were dropping with players like Ian Mackay. I would be lying to you if I said I had the answer to the reason their offense has been so stagnant the past two weeks, But I believe a lot of it has to do with the lack of initiating dodgers.
This, of course, plays a part in the role of Wes Berg not seeing as many looks off-ball, resulting in a three-game stretch with only four points — and three of those came in Week 1. Berg is one of the best off-ball players in the world and can catch and shoot in traffic, angles, and spots that no man should be able to. But he isn’t much of a dodging threat by himself in the field game.
I’d like to see the Chaos start to really assess this problem of dodging so that they can start operating as they intend, which is to move the ball a lot and get their shooters and finishers in a position where they are free while the defense rotates.
Until then, players like Berg and Mac O’Keefe are going to continue to struggle to put up numbers that we all know they are capable of.
The Definitive Guide To Hockey Slang
Natural Hat Trick: When a player scores three goals in a row, with no one on his team or the other scoring in between
ODR: The outdoor rink
Pigeon: A general insult for someone who is no good. A pigeon by definition is a fat ball of feathers with a small brain that poops anywhere, so its a savage insult in itself.
Playmaker: A player known more for his set up abilities and knack for racking up apples than scoring goals
Plug: A bad player, derived from the removable extension of a stick. A plug has many things in common with a Bender or Duster
Pim – Referring to getting penalties (“Racked up a few PIMs last night”)
Pipes: The goalposts (“Got a real sieve between the pipes today”)
Pillows: When your punches are so weak, it feels like you have pillows on your hand – Also can be referring to the Goalies pads
Pond Hockey: Playing hockey outdoors, can either be on a lake or pond, or on a community ODR
Praccy: Hockey Practice
Pylon: A player that is slow and/or a poor skater. About as useful as just planting a pylon on the ice instead of dressing them
Riding the Pine: A term for when you get benched. Dusters and Benders tend to ride the pine the most, but if you screw up bad enough, you could find yourself riding the pine as well
Ringer: When a player that is clearly way better than everyone else is brought out to help win a game
Robbed: When the goalie makes a ridiculous save, robbing you of a goal
Rocket: A good looking woman, a 10/10
Salad: Another word for lettuce or flow – yes there are alot of them!
Sauce – Can also be said as chuckin sauce, tossing sauce, etc. This is the act of a saucer pass where you elevate the puck off the ice for a pass and land it perfectly on your team mates stick
The Show: The NHL, the ultimate goal of any player is to lace em up in the show
Sieve: A goalie who is not very good, similar to how well a seive holds water (poorly)
Silky: Used to describe someones hands when they are great stickhandlers, as soft hands = good hands
Sin-Bin: The penalty box, where you must repent your sins for 2 minutes or less
Slewfoot – When you kick the legs out from under a player from behind them, one of the dirtiest plays you can do as players have no defense against it and typically hit the ice hard
The Slot: The spot between the hashmarks and the top of the crease where tons of goals are scored from
Snaggletooth: Referring to someone who has terrible teeth, typically someone who’s taken a puck to the mouth and has lost a few
Snapper: Taking a snap shot
Sniper: Someone who has an awesome shot and can rip goals home with ease
Standing on his/her head: When your goalie is playing amazing and keeping your team in it
Stoned: When a goalie absolutely robs you with a big save
Stripes: The referee or linesman
Stone Hands: Someone who can’t stickhandle for the life of them, as if their hands were cast in cement
Suicide Pass / Suey: When a player sends a pass up to someone and they have to look back or in their feet to receive it, opening them up to be destroyed by a big hit. You do not want to be a recipient of one of these!
Tape to Tape: Making a nice crisp pass right to your teammates stick
Tendie: A Goaltender
Tilt / Tilly: A big fight
Tic-Tac-Toe: When you make a great passing play consisting of two passes and then a goal
Toe Drag: When a player uses the toe of his stick to drag a puck all the way around an opponent, usually embarrassing them
Top Cheese / Ched – This is sniping a goal in the top of the net. One of the nicest ways to score a goal second only to going bar down
Threading The Needle: Completing a pass that is super tight and had no room for error
Traffic: Getting some congestion in front of the net, typically to screen the goalie
Trolley Tracks: If you get lined up for a huge hit, it is said that you were in the trolley tracks
Turtle: To cover up and fall to your knees instead of fighting, not a good look
Wheels: Being a fast skater, also could refer to being smooth with the ladies
Wheeling: The act of picking up girls
Wrister: Taking a wrist shot
Yard Sale: When a player gets hit so hard his equipment (usually helmet, gloves, stick) come flying off
Zebra: Another term for the referee or linesman
Scoopers & Rippers Clinics – Spring 2020Beginner & Intermediate level CLINICS for boys in PK-4th Grades (5 years old minimum) in SPRING!
Each spring we typically offer both a Virginia Program and a Maryland/DC Program for the Wednesday and Saturday sessions. This spring we have to adjust and go at one Virginia location since MD and DC do not allow lacrosse yet due to Covid restrictions that limit groups on fields to 25 people. Fortunately, Virginia allows for larger groups so we can hold our clinics!
These clinics are for Boys in PK-4th grades of all levels and experience. PK boys must be 5 years old, athletic, tough and have parents who are sure they can handle it emotionally, mentally and physically. 4th graders must play in Rippers Spring League for more motivated and experienced players. The more advanced 1st-4th grades in the Rippers clinics will be invited to play up in the Rippers Spring League!
Wednesdays on Turf Lighted Ken Lawrence Park in Tysons/McLean, VA
Wednesdays: 4/7, 4/14, 4/21, 4/28, 5/5, 5/12, 5/19
Saturdays ‘GAME DAY’ on grass at St. John Academy in McLean, VA
Saturdays: 4/10, 4/17, 4/24, 5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22 (Championship Day)
Cost: Only $395 (Only $28/session)
Please sign up for the McLean, VA spring sessions since currently Montgomery County and DC do not allow more than 25 person per field. So, sadly, we cant offer lacrosse…yet. If covid rules open up we plan to rent Landon School and offer clinics again there as in the past!
Wednesdays & Saturdays…Both in Bethesda at Landon School – Stadium Turf Field
Saturday Game Time: TBA
Saturday Field Location: Landon School – Stadium Turf Field
Cost: Only $395 (Only $28/session)
Note: Experienced 1st-4th grade Boys should click here to sign up for RIPPERS Spring League instead to the Rippers clinic. The Rippers Team adds real 8v8 games in addition to these sessions.
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Lacrosse has grown significantly in recent years. The demands of teams and athletes have increased as lacrosse has become more competitive at all levels of the game.
We met with Lisa Valentine, Head Coach for Women’s Lacrosse at the NCAA Division 3 at Christopher Newport University, to discuss:
Development and subsequent changes in the game of lacrosse.
Lacrosse reasons for using wearable technology.
Q&A – 7 Ways Catapult Improves Captains Christopher Newport’s Performance.
Growth and changes in lacrosse
Valentine explains that “lacrosse has changed a lot, especially over the past four years. The new speed of the game makes it an incredible sport to watch and play.
“Lacrosse has also grown across all NCAA divisions and other levels of the game.Many more programs are added each year and this is a particularly great opportunity for women to learn a fast, aggressive and challenging sport. ”
… So why did Christopher Newport’s captains adopt wearable devices?
Increased play speed and fitness mean athletes are required to be more athletic than ever before. According to Valentine, lacrosse goes well with wearable tech.
“At Christopher Newport, I try to be the best for my student athletes. We do a lot of personal development, including strength and conditioning, goal setting and activities related to performance, rest and recovery.
“I definitely enjoy being an early adopter and having all the information and data I can get. I first heard about Catapult from our strength and conditioning coach. He mentioned how useful it would be to monitor the increased risk and safety impact of student athletes as the game became faster and more physical. “
“Initially we started using 10 devices just to give it a try. But even before we finished the fall season, we thought, “Okay, we need more.” So we added more devices quickly. ”
Q&A – 7 Ways Catapult Improves Team and Athlete Performance
How does Catapult support you as a lacrosse coach?
“The catapult soothes the instinctive feelings experienced by coaches and removes the subjectivity of coaching.
“Every coach knows the moment you walk out of training with your coaching assistants, and you, as So-and-So, really stood out today. Using the data, we can create a backup of what we intuitively think. ”
You previously talked about how you use Catapult data to keep your athletes accountable, can you explain how?
“Catapult allows us to track our progress over the course of the year, what thresholds we need to overcome in order to become better, and keeps us, coaches and athletes, accountable to achieve our goals.
“Our athletes use the Catapult app, which has all the data and graphs they need without overloading them. We also put this on our Google Drive so they can compare themselves to others. ”
So, as Valentin explains, “Our athletes then come to training with questions and tell us what the numbers mean. This is perfect for the desired coaching style. “
Has technology developed your understanding of the changing nature of lacrosse?
“Using Catapult helped me understand the intensity of my training… it allows us to test if we are doing what we need to do to get ready for the games.
“By looking at the data, I was able to understand that some athletes ran as much as others in different positions. Surprisingly, we found that our defenders and forwards ran as often as our midfielders. Before using technology, we didn’t train ourselves to reflect this.
“Being able to analyze in this way allows me to design our practices that better reflect the intensity of our playing. This was a significant benefit for the team and our program, exactly what we needed. “
What impact does wearable technology have on injury prevention and awareness?
“To avoid injury, it is important to have access to this data and track trends among athletes. With the data at hand, we worked more closely and more objectively with our sports coach.
“We are now regularly assessing the workload placed on our athletes. We can see the “mileage” that our athletes go and the load on their bodies.We are thrilled to expand into this area of injury prevention and recovery. ”
Do your training plans change throughout the year, and what is the role of Catapult?
“Catapult really helped me focus more on what an effective training session looks like.
“It really helps us when we plan to build during the year. In the fall, we can focus on core skills, goal setting, and motivation in play. Then, after the end of the fall season, our athletes work to build strength, improving their fitness and fitness.
“As we get closer to the start of the season, we prepare our athletes for tough competition and maximum performance in games. All of this is tracked by technology. ”
Athlete commitment and self-development are key topics for you, so have your athletes agreed to use this technology?
“It is really interesting with Catapult that our athletes can see their reports and compare themselves. The data collected adds a competitive edge, encourages them to ask questions and understand how their body works and repairs itself.
“Together, it helps them become better in their development and the time they spend with us at Christopher Newport.”
Can you describe Catapult technology in two or three lines?
“Catapult sets itself apart from other technologies in its really easy to use. It is detailed, but not overwhelmed, and the reports presented make it easier to manage, understand and communicate data to athletes and other coaches.
To learn more about Catapult wearable solutions, click here because you too can benefit from Catapult. 90,000 Svechnikov scored his lacrosse goal. Brother taught him this trick
Interview with the main character of the last days in the NHL.
19 year old striker Carolina Andrey Svechnikov scored historical puck for the NHL. He is the first in the entire history of the league scored a goal in style lacrosse. With the puck on the hook behind the goal, he sent it to the net over the goalkeeper’s shoulder Calgary David Rittich .
We can NEVER get sick of this Andrei Svechnikov (@ ASvechnikov_37) goal. pic.twitter.com/UsELsnQ6DI
– NHL (@NHL) October 30, 2019
In an interview with “BUSINESS Online” Svechnikov told how I learned this trick and decided to apply it.
“BROTHER Said: I am proud of you, I did not teach you in vain “
– Lucas Wallmark ( Swedish Center Forward “Carolina” – ed . ) gave me the transmission, and I was outside the gate.Immediately to the head it came that you can try to throw puck over the goalkeeper’s shoulder. I tried – happened. I already looked at the replay probably 100 times.
– How did you come an idea to perform this trick?
– Of course I saw Mikael Granlund score. But when brother ( Evgeny Svechnikov , forward Detroit – rev . ) in training it turned out, I, frankly, went nuts.I came up to him and asked to teach. He showed a big thank you to him for that. And then in training we worked out with head coach Rod Brindamore.
– That is, you are on purpose in training worked out?
– There is such moment: throw the puck outside the goal, and you must dispose of it – you can do whatever. I tried three times score lacrosse in training. After it happened, I already thought that you can try in the game.Andrey Svechnikov / photo: Paul Bereswill, Getty Images
– Brother like reacted to your goal?
– Congratulated, said: “I’m proud of you, brother. Not in vain learned”. Of course, now he himself does not I can’t wait to repeat the trick.
– You are strong surprised when they found out that no one is up to you in the NHL did not score like that?
– Of course.
I thought it was exactly how they scored – on others
levels were such goals.Not at first
there were so many emotions, but then I went into the locker room, everyone began to congratulate, there was something unreal.
– Did you tease the team?
– Not that teased, rather were very happy for me. Of course this is a special moment, to me it was a pleasure. But more important to me, what you won, you earned two important points. At the end of the season they will have great value when will go fight for the playoffs.
– Have you ever seen lacrosse?
– On TV hit him a couple of times, but never did not particularly follow.90 130 oh and here is that other goal, also scored by Andrei pic.twitter.com/o18Nuszlb3
– Carolina Hurricanes (@Canes) October 30, 2019
– After such a goal, you did not relax and after a little over three minutes threw in the victorious washer.
– To me confidence came, I wanted to quit and throw.I got a puck on a half board in the majority and threw with brushes. Eric Haula well closed the goalkeeper’s line of sight a nickle, and the puck hit the goal. IN previous match against Chicago (4: 0) scored almost the same goal.
Present season – the second for Svechnikov in the NHL. IN in the past, he has 37 points (20 goals, 17 assists) in 82 games. In the current 19-year-old striker goes on point-per-match graphics: in 12 games on his the score is 12 (5 + 7) points.
– The main thing, that we get better with every game.At the start of the season, we usually win but closer to the playoffs it will be more clear what the team is capable of.
– This is your second season in the league. Is it easier now?
– Yes, for 100 percent. Then I was a beginner, nothing didn’t really know. It’s hard when you don’t know with the system, with the requirements. Now already everything is different, albeit in the middle of the past the season was already easier.
– In this season, your playing time is significant increased ( last season Andrey spent 14.5 minutes on ice per match, in the current one – 16.5 each – red .) . How did this affect your game?
– When spend a lot of time on ice, comes confidence and more moments appear, to excel.Sebastian Aho (left) and Teuvo Teryavainen / photo: Harry How, Getty Images
– How appreciate the interaction with Sebastian Aho and Teuvo Teryavainen?
– I am little with I played with them before, but I think that we have there is a certain “chemistry”.The more we play together, the better it will be understanding.
– How has the team’s play changed in the new season?
– I think that hasn’t changed at all. We have a couple of newbies, but in general the system is everything same.
– Brother Eugene was summoned to the main team, given play three matches and send back to the farm club. How does he deal with this situation?
– He takes it calmly.When sent to the farm club it is always unpleasant. I think that he – the player Detroit needs. And he should be in the main team.
BUSINESS Online DOSSIER
Date of birth: March 26, 2000
Place of birth: Barnaul
Height : 189 cm Weight : 85 kg
Carrier : Ak Barsa school – 2009 – 2016; Muskegon (USHL) – 2016/17; Barry Ontario League 2017/18 Carolina (NHL) – since 2018.
Last season, played 82 matches in the NHL regular season and scored 37 points (20 goals, 17 assists). In the playoffs, Svechnikov has 5 (3 + 2) points in 9 matches.
The first big interview with Andrey Svechnikov. About the debut season in the NHL, the national team of Russia and Kazan
Shumakov scored a lacrosse goal in the KHL match with Amur
Shumakov scored a “lacrosse goal” in the KHL match with “Cupid” – Sport RIA Novosti, 07.09.2020
Shumakov scored a lacrosse goal in the KHL match with Amur
Avangard Omsk forward Sergey Shumakov scored a lacrosse puck in the KHL regular championship match with Amur Khabarovsk. Sport RIA Novosti, 09/07/2020
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MOSCOW, September 7 – RIA Novosti. Avangard Omsk forward Sergei Shumakov scored a lacrosse puck in the KHL regular championship match against Amur Khabarovsk. The teams meet in Balashikha on Monday. In the second period, Shumakov, being outside the goal, lifted the puck on the hook of the stick and threw it into the Amur goal, making the score 6: 1 in favor of Avangard. On Saturday, Shumakov announced that he would continue his attempts to score a goal in the lacrosse style.
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