Urban Thesaurus – Find Synonyms for Slang Words
As you’ve probably noticed, the slang synonyms for “term” are listed above. Note that due to the nature of the algorithm, some results returned by your query may only be concepts, ideas or words that are related to “term” (perhaps tenuously). This is simply due to the way the search algorithm works.
You might also have noticed that many of the synonyms or related slang words are racist/sexist/offensive/downright appalling – that’s mostly thanks to the lovely community over at Urban Dictionary (not affiliated with Urban Thesaurus). Urban Thesaurus crawls the web and collects millions of different slang terms, many of which come from UD and turn out to be really terrible and insensitive (this is the nature of urban slang, I suppose). Hopefully the related words and synonyms for “term” are a little tamer than average.
The Urban Thesaurus was created by indexing millions of different slang terms which are defined on sites like Urban Dictionary.
Due to the way the algorithm works, the thesaurus gives you mostly related slang words, rather than exact synonyms. The higher the terms are in the list, the more likely that they’re relevant to the word or phrase that you searched for. The search algorithm handles phrases and strings of words quite well, so for example if you want words that are related to
There is still lots of work to be done to get this slang thesaurus to give consistently good results, but I think it’s at the stage where it could be useful to people, which is why I released it.
Special thanks to the contributors of the open-source code that was used in this project: @krisk, @HubSpot, and @mongodb.
Finally, you might like to check out the growing collection of curated slang words for different topics over at Slangpedia.
Girls lacrosse rules changes focus on improving game flow
Indianapolis — Aligning rules to match the flow of the game established by free movement was a major theme within the high school girls lacrosse rules changes, which also featured notable clarifications to player position and self-starts from out-of-bounds as well as alterations to substitution frequency, field fouls, equipment and goalkeeper placement.
The 19 rules changes, which come following a one-year hiatus from the rules-making process as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, were proposed by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS)/USA Lacrosse Girls Lacrosse Rules Committee at its virtual rules meeting held June 21-23. All 19 proposals were later approved by the NFHS and USAL Boards of Directors.
“The rules committee had a huge task,” said Lindsey Atkinson, NFHS director of sports/communications associate and liaison to the Girls Lacrosse Rules Committee. “After adding self-starts and free movement to the high school game followed by a year without play, the committee was asked to examine several other areas impacted by the increased pace of the game and they certainly rose to the challenge.”
The focus allowing the rules to compliment free movement shows up most prominently in the committee’s edits to several sections of Rule 4 – “Time Factors, Substitutions and Scoring.”
To reduce the potential for false starts during the last two minutes of each half, the game clock will no longer be stopped in every instance that the official blows the whistle to stop play (Rule 4-1-2). A similar change was made to Rule 4-6, mandating that in overtime, the clock will only stop during official time-outs or fouls committed in the critical scoring area.
Rule 4-2-2 now includes additional situations where an official’s time-out must be taken. Previously, officials stopped play in case of illness, accident or injury, for the issuance of a card, to check a crosse and any time a draw had to be retaken. Now, stoppages will also occur in the event of an offside call, an inadvertent whistle, alternate possession, and for fouls in the critical scoring area during the last two minutes of each half (unless there is a 10-goal differential). Rule 4-6 eliminates the requirement to stop the clock during the last two minutes of each half and overtime on every whistle except for officials’ time-outs and fouls in the critical scoring area, reducing the potential for false starts.
New criteria were added to Rule 4-3-3 that dictates where play will be resumed following a possession time-out. If the goalkeeper has possession of the ball in the goal circle, play will now be restarted in the goal circle. If the game is to resume with a free position, play will be restarted at the location of the free position. Additionally, no player will be allowed within 4 meters of the player with the ball when play is being resumed.
Substitution restrictions were removed from several sections of Rule 4 and Rule 2. Prior to these changes, substitutions were prohibited during various stoppages in play including those required for player injury (Rule 4-2-3e), player ejections (Rule 4-7-6), replacing an illegal or broken crosse (Rules 2-4-7b and 2-5-2d), and re-draws during the overtime period (4-7-5b).
“While there are 19 rules changes passed this year, the majority of them are tweaks and minor adjustments as the game evolves in the free movement era,” said Caitlin Kelley, women’s game director at USA Lacrosse. “The committee did a great job of looking through the details of the game and modifying substitution rules, equipment allowances, and penalty administration to better allow for the flow of the game and the student-athlete experience.
Rule 2 also underwent several alterations regarding equipment, including the new Rule 2-7-7, which permits participants to wear secured, non-abrasive head coverings for religious or cosmetic reasons without first obtaining state association approval.
Beyond a pair of changes permitting hair ties and other soft, non-rigid materials worn on the arm and securely fastened hair adornments (Rule 2-7-5), the other major equipment-related modifications are found in Rule 2-7-3, which allows face masks that are soft and non-abrasive.
“The rules committee reviewed both the permissibility of headwear for religious and cosmetic reasons and securely fastened hair adornments that do not endanger other players and agreed that eliminating barriers to participation was important for the growth of the game,” Atkinson said.
Under Rule 2-6-1a, goalkeepers are no longer required to wear shin protectors, as there is no standard for those pieces of equipment. Goalkeepers still have the option to wear shin protection with padding up to one inch in thickness, which also creates consistency with boys lacrosse. Additional changes to Rule 2-6-1 detail the additional equipment options for goalkeepers, including a clear, molded and non-rigid helmet eye shield, as well as tinted or clear eyeglasses.
A new equipment option for officials was added as new Rule 2-8-5 offering the ability to use audible wireless communication devices as a means of adjusting to the increased speed of the game.
The goalkeeper was also the focal point in Rules 7-2-1d and Rule 10-1 PENALTIES 1 and 5.
Within Rule 7-2-1, a goalkeeper only needs to keep one foot inside the goal circle in order to reach out her crosse and bring the ball back inside the goal circle. Previously, the goalkeeper could not execute this move with any part of her body grounded outside the goal circle.
Rule 10-1 PENALTIES was modified to include language on the assessment of a false start penalty committed by the goalkeeper or her deputy in the goal circle. PENALTY 5 of the rule now states that a free position will be taken at the closest dot in that instance, with the goalkeeper and her deputy remaining in the goal circle and no defensive player placed behind the free position.
The final major rule change for the 2022 girls lacrosse season is the addition of Rule 9-1k, which lists the “Illegal Exchange of the Crosse” as a minor field foul.
A complete listing of the girls lacrosse rules changes will be available on the NFHS website at www.nfhs.org. Click on “Activities & Sports” at the top of the home page and select “Lacrosse-Girls.”
According to the most recent NFHS High School Athletics Participation Survey, 99,750 girls participate in lacrosse in 2,877 high schools across the country, making it the nation’s 10th-most popular girls sport.
Flow: Is It Possible To Over Flow The Game?
As lacrosse matures, grows, and touches more parts of the world, it’s important for the lacrosse culture as a whole to mature with it. With that said, is it time for lacrosse to move on from ‘flow’ and ‘bros’? Tell us what you think!
The guys over at BroBible certainly don’t think so. And that’s okay, it’s what they do. Our latest piece of evidence: The 2018 College Lacrosse All-Flow Team. Don’t get us wrong, we love a healthy head of lettuce just like the next guy or gal, but let’s just call it what it is, alright? LONG HAIR.
To flow or not to flow, that is the question…Did You See This?
Scenes from the first two rounds of the 2018 Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association National Championships in Salt Lake City, Utah.Quote of the Day
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ASU Lacrosse: Where is the flow?
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There are a lot of aspects that make the sport of lacrosse special, but a player’s “flow” is what makes a player stand out. For the Arizona State Sun Devils, the flow helped them reach the national championship game last year and they look to return, even with the flow experiencing a down year.
The flow is not what it used to be. Some of the seniors and few underclassmen have come back from the offseason with a less lax but more professional haircut. Seniors such as Billy Mayne, captain Dan Davis and co-captain Ryan Berns have returned from the offseason with less lettuce to cascade from their helmets.
“It’s really depressing,” Berns said. “I was jealous of the rest of the flow on the team. I know the real world doesn’t like the lax flow as much as the rest of us.”
However, long locks are not for every lacrosse player, like face-off specialist Zack Handy. A question that has often perplexed and reportedly haunted the dreams of many ASU lacrosse fans: why doesn’t Handy have flow?
“It just turns into an afro, it doesn’t turn out the way I like it. ” Handy said. “Not having flow makes me feel less top heavy, makes me lighter and ready to feel the wind through my hair.”
Handy’s short hair has worked in his advantage by making him quicker and more aerodynamic. Handy nearly perfected those qualities and was awarded MCLA First Team All-America face-off specialist and SLC Defensive Player of the Year in 2014.
Flow helped the Sun Devil’s reach the national championship last year, but since then the percentage of the team with flow has decreased, causing some concern.
“We don’t have bad flow this year,” Berns said. “But it’s not up to snuff as it was before. We are getting a little more serious.”
With players now reverting to shorter hairstyles leaves a whole with the team that can only be filled with flow. Luckily for ASU they some players on the team have stepped up and filled the role nicely.
Junior midfielder Henry Archie was voted runner-up for the best flow on the team with his thick and wavy golden locks. It hasn’t been easy for the Connecticut-bred hair, and since his freshman year he has worked on it.
“Henry has come a long way,” Burns said. “He had the straight crew-cut freshman year, now it’s looking good. He’s got some nice lettuce.”
However the award for best flow was unanimously given to freshman face-off specialist Zac Mathien. With chestnut brown hair about 12 to 14 inches long that grazes the back of his shoulders, Mathien ran away with the title of best flow on the team.
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Bro, What’s with the Flow? – The Hurricane Eye
Playing lacrosse for many years now, I have come to find that there is a lifestyle to the game that goes unnoticed to many but is so profound to everyone who plays. This lifestyle is more vibrant than what some may think and can be seen almost everywhere.
“Flow” is the major concept that goes along with this lifestyle. Flow includes the hair, the clothing apparel, and the way a player carries himself. To some it’s an everyday look to abide by, while others, like myself, like to bring out their Flow on special occasions.
To get started, let’s look at the hair. The hair is what can give any “Bro” away. A “Bro” is anyone who plays lacrosse and shows any of these traits. The hair is special. It has to be long enough where it can stick out of the back of the helmet but has to be fluid where it can “flow” in the wind. If you are still confused, go take a look at Jack Fink, Mr. Peters, or Mr. Hoyt. This will help you get an understanding for what Flow looks like.
Some players like Evan Gagne and Henry Moreta will grow out the Flow seasonally while others like Coach Peters and Hoyt keep it year round. Mr. Peters started his Flow when he played collegiate lacrosse at the University of Notre Dame and keeps it in top shape to this day, which means blow drying it every morning and carrying around a comb between periods he can fix what needs to be fixed in front of a mirror.
Clothing is next. There are two types of Bro looks that causes the Flow to shine. First is the casual look; a lacrosse tournament or shooting shirt but a pinnie is almost always used, shorts that have the word “lax” somewhere on them or with animals of some type. Mid-calf Nike socks in either black or white, a backwards hat that will compliment the hair flow, and a nice pair of shades to finish it off.
The formal look is my personal favorite. Although only rare occasions call for this look, it can still be seen in regularity. The formal look consists of a nice Polo button down (of any color of your choice), pastel color shorts that complement the shirt, and topped off with a nice pair of Sperrys that are tied to perfection.
Many do not know where Flow started, but the most flamboyant Bro out there is a man named Connor Martin, a professional lacrosse player who goes by the persona “Con Bro Chill.”
He attributes his look to the Iroquois Native Americans who were the creators of the sport of lacrosse. Along with playing professional lacrosse, Con Bro Chill is a musical sensation on YouTube where he exuberates his Bro look and provides a better understanding on what Flow is all about.
The lacrosse team this year kicks of its season March 28th against Sayville. We are looking to have another successful season after being named big six champions and making it to the play offs last season. This year our flow will be off the charts, which will help attribute to our winning season record.
UConn-Arkansas Postgame Quotes – University of Connecticut Athletics
Arkansas Head Coach Mike Neighbors
Obviously they’re one of the best teams in the country, they showed that. They’ve got one of the best, if not the best player and she showed that. Punched us in the mouth early, so hard to recover from that, but proud of our fight. Everything that we did that would have helped us be closer in the game or win the game is fixable, some layups here, some layups there, some comfort against pressure…We’ve got to do a better job in a lot of those areas, we can’t let a team shoot almost 57 percent. But overall a good trip for us, we learned a lot about our team. I think we’ll be able to go back to work on Wednesday.
On defensive performance:
They got weapons at every spot. You over help this, they make you wrong in so many ways. There’s many things that go into it that it’s not just one thing, but it comes down to the fact that he’s assembled a squad of some of the best players in the country and play incredibly hard and incredibly together. That stresses your defense so much, demoralizes you at times because you’ll do a lot of things right and bam, one thing goes wrong and it’s a 3, it’s an and-1. I’m glad we played this early in the year because now I think we have their attention in practice the rest of the year about attention to detail and how important it is to go at game speed in practice every day.”
On response after 17-2 start:
That’s what we hang our hat on, we said pregame if we can get to that first media timeout without having to take a timeout it would be a good thing, we couldn’t. But that’s just who they are. They knock you out so fast it’s so much catch up. We’re down to one timeout most of the game. You’re playing on energy and belief. I’m okay with that because that’ll carry us later in the year. South Carolina’s on the schedule so we’ll get to see them head to head but from watching TV right now I think we’ve seen one of the two best teams in the country live and in person. I didn’t see any back-down, I didn’t see any let-up, we’ve just got to get better. And that’s okay when it’s November the 14th.
UConn Head Coach Geno Auriemma
On Paige Bueckers going scoreless in the first quarter:
I think the first quarter may have been more a function of how Evina and Christyn got started. Getting out in transition a couple times, Evina knocking down a couple 3s. So it really didn’t bother me that much, that first quarter. But then, the second quarter we made an effort to get her open more. Then the more she got involved the more we kept looking for her. It kind of snowballed from there. She’s pretty good right? We just don’t want to forget that. That she’s pretty good.
On Paige Bueckers playing 40 minutes:
Maybe I won’t address it, maybe she’ll play 40 minutes every game. Or at least play until I think the game is in hand. But ideally no you don’t want that. But when you’re playing a team that has so many ways to score, you just have to keep your best scorers on the floor for as long as possible. So that’s probably why Paige, Evina and Christyn were out there so much. I don’t know if every game will be like that but that’s how it went today.
On the team’s post players:
The same thing with all our post players, they just commit dumb fouls. They put themselves on the bench. I want to play them, I want to give them opportunities to play. But they have to help themselves too, they have to keep themselves in the game. Some of the fouls are just silly. You said it best, when Aaliyah is in the game she’s impactful. But then it disrupts the flow for her, when she’s in foul trouble. You’re always kind of stopping and starting.
Sophomore Guard Paige Bueckers
On how she felt about the game:
I took what the defense gave me, when my teammates got me open they passed me the ball. I read what the game needed and I felt like my shot was going in and it felt good. It was rhythm.
On being more aggressive while scoring:
I always want to pass first, but since I’ve been here Coach has told me I had to score first if I want to pass at all. When I start knocking in shots and being aggressive, looking for my own shots, that’s when it leaves others open. That’s what I tried to do today. Obviously when your not getting outside shots guarding you tighter it opens up more space. It’s all about reading what the defense gives you.
Senior Guard Christyn Williams
On the team’s fast start:
Transition was the main focus, that’s our main focus every game.
On the team’s defensive:
That we foul a lot. We need to learn to keep people in front of us and keep our hands off. I think that’s going to be a main emphasis moving forward. I think if we can do that we will be fine.
Redshirt Senior Guard Evina Westbrook
On the team’s fast start:
We came out hot, with a lot of energy, really confident in what we we’re going to do from the beginning. And then as the game went on they were able to switch it up on us, but we had a really good first half.
On playing the first game of the season:
It was great, really for the younger guys to see and watch and see how we play. I know there’s a lot of first game jitters for them. For one just playing their first college game and playing in front of a crowd for the other younger guys as well. But I think the momentum we had at the beginning of the game is what we need and what we need to carry on as guys come in and out of the game.
The Best Off-Season Sports for Hockey Players – Hockey World Blog
The following is a guest post from our friends over at Lacrosse Scoop.
Some athletes have hockey in their blood so much that you need a stick in your hands and a net to shoot at no matter the season. But what are you to do when the ice melts? Street hockey is nice, but you won’t be getting the same physical intensity that you could from a regular game of ice hockey. You don’t want to be soft when you come back to the ice, so it’s time to search for a sport that lets you throw your weight around.
Lacrosse is for guys who can’t skate. Or is it?
Enter the game of lacrosse. If you’ve got a hockey stick in your hands right now, this might be a good day to pick up a lacrosse stick for the off season. It’s not just a sport for hockey players who can’t skate. Known as the fastest game on two feet (not counting skates), lacrosse is a growing sport that has a lot of similarities to hockey.
The set up is almost exactly the same: One big playing area with two goals on each end. The side with more goals wins.
Much like hockey, lacrosse is a game about flow. The offense and defense are in constant rotation and the idea of the game is to move the ball around until there’s an opening to take advantage of. Vision is key, and understanding where the looks are for feeding passes can mimic what you need to be a successful hockey player.
It’s also a great way to stay in shape. You’ll have ample time to get your cardio in while running on the 110 x 60 yard field. Lacrosse earned its reputation as the fastest game on two feet partially because the ball is constantly moving up and down the field at all times. There’s no rest unless you’re standing on the sidelines.
It’s also known as the fastest game because of the speed of the shot. The current record for fastest shot clocked in at 116 mph. Goalies, take notice.
Love lowering a shoulder or dropping a hip? For men’s lacrosse, there are plenty of opportunities to get physical when fighting for ground balls. Rules state that anyone within 5 yards of the ball (when it’s on the ground) is fair game for a clean hit. Just make sure you pick up some good pads to keep you healthy for the real season.
Street or Field Hockey Rock too….
Another fantastic sport to pick up is ice hockey’s brother sport, field hockey. The aim is pretty similar. Get the ball past the defenders and into the goal. It’s another game where ball movement is king. Getting up the 100×60 yard field is imperative and it won’t happen without good looks and solid off-ball movement. The goals are a little bigger, but the ball is a little tougher to control as well.
The field hockey stick is oddly similar to the classic hockey stick. The difference being you’re only allowed to touch the ball with one side of the stick, so you can imagine how the benefits of getting good at field hockey could translate into better puck handling.
Come on, try em’ out!
If you’ve got hockey in your blood, maybe there’s some lacrosse or field hockey in there too. With all the similarities between lacrosse, field hockey, and ice hockey, they’re great offseason sports to keep you lean and fast for the next time the puck drops
Thanks from your friends over at Lacrosse Scoop and Field Hockey Review for this sweet post!90,000 Michkov’s Lacrosse and a weak minority. What the Russian national team showed at the Karjala Cup
This time without a miracle.Alexander Yelesin, Nikita Chibrikov / Photo: © KHL
Against the background of the football battles of the Russian national team, the performance of hockey players at the Karjala Cup in the sports agenda faded into the background. But young Russian stars showed a game that can and should be analyzed. Even if it was not possible to present a sensation this time.
Experience was stronger than
It is corny, but true: the team did not have enough maturity. In the match with the Finns and Swedes, the difference in experience turned out to be the most noticeable: the 2019 world champions made the result for Suomi, and for Tre Krunur mastodons Karl Klingberg and Anton Lander. It was easier to play with the Czechs, but they were also able to return to the game after 0: 4 – by the middle of the third period, our guys began to run out of gas.
Fortunately, this time the headquarters of the Russian national team did not send the entire U20 team to Finland, dividing it into two tournaments.Oleg Bratash received several players who will no longer perform at the MFM due to their age – they just helped to achieve a more or less tolerable result. And they did it without a head coach – Bratash urgently returned to Russia for family reasons, and Sergey Zubov led the team. And he did it cool.Sergey Zubov / Photo: © KHL
Dmitry Voronkov confirmed the status of the team leader, making a double and giving a cool pass to Artem Galimov to the empty net. And Dmitry Shugaev did not allow the Czechs to return to the game: he saved the team several times with cool saves.He was not bad against Finland either: 33 reflected shots out of 36, all the washers are in the minority – this is definitely not his defeat. Also, the goals of Alexander Yelesin and Nikita Tertyshny helped to get the only victory. Too bad they are all too old to help in Edmonton and Red Deer.Czech Republic – Russia – 2: 5. Goals
And what about the youth team?
Unlike last year’s Karjala Cup, which instilled confidence (as it turned out, premature) in the Russian youth team, now everything has turned out much more prosaic.The guys, who played at the MFM in a month and a half, had a very hard time – they scored only one goal. This was done by the main Russian nekstwan Matvey Michkov, becoming the youngest player in the history of the team, who not only went on the ice, but also scored a goal. Yes, what! He will remember the lacrosse at the gate of the Swedes forever.
Matvey, on the whole, had a good tournament, marking himself with a transfer to Voronkov. Literally a season – and it will ripen not only for the youth team, but also for the main team.
Another advantage is Marat Khusnutdinov’s assists, as well as a cool rally between Nikita Chibrikov and Ivan Zinchenko in the episode with Tertyshny’s puck.Yaroslav Askarov is preparing for the third MFM – so that he does not go there, something terrifying must happen. Yes, his match against Sweden is lost, but what can you do.
It is difficult to single out something else with a positive. I don’t want to scold the team for mistakes against opponents from a different weight category. The main thing is for the coaches to draw the right conclusions.
Not bad majority, bad minority
The main factor that led Russia to defeat from the Finns is constant removal. The game in the minority, to put it mildly, failed – they were allowed to approach their goal too close, for which they paid.Galimov and Zinchenko have a lot of penalty minutes – however, they were corrected by effective actions. From the Czech Republic, they also missed out in the minority.
But with the majority, things got better: after unsuccessful rallies against the Swedes and the Finns, there were two goals in the first period with the Czechs. Against the weaker team, the Russian special brigades felt confident – already some kind of progress, but progress.
Third place in the Karjala Cup – in general, the result is not so-so, but taking into account the experimental composition, it will come down.Now the Russian youth team will meet with its full complement to take revenge in Edmonton. Well, older guys have to wait for new challenges.
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Svechnikov on “lacrosse goal”: maybe I’ll try to do it again
Svechnikov on “lacrosse goal”: maybe I’ll try to do it again – RIA Novosti Sport, 12/18/2019
Svechnikov on “lacrosse goal”: maybe I’ll try to do it again
Forward of the NHL “Carolina Hurricanes” Andrey Svechnikov said that, perhaps, try again to score a “lacrosse goal” in one of the following matches.RIA Novosti Sport, 18.12.2019
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MOSCOW, Dec 18 – RIA Novosti. Carolina Hurricanes NHL forward Andrei Svechnikov said he might try again to score a lacrosse goal in one of the next matches.Carolina beat the Winnipeg Jets 6-3 in a regular season match on Tuesday. On the 34th minute, Svechnikov, leaving from behind the gate, lifted the puck on the “hook” and threw it behind the collar of the opponent’s goalkeeper. This is the second “lacrosse goal” for the Russian this season. In October, he distinguished himself in the same way against the Calgary Flames.
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The Russian national team is not yet going to the world championship. Matvey Michkov’s masterpiece lacrosse goal. Figure Skating Grand Prix in Japan | Program: Information program “OTRazhenie” | OTR
The Russian national team is not going to the World Championship yet. In the last match of the group stage of the qualifying round, we lost to Croatia. 0: 1, on an ultra-wet field, with 30 thousand spectators and no shots on goal from the Croats.Zero. We didn’t hit a single shot on target in the entire game. But they scored for themselves. On 81 minutes defender Fedor Kudryashov cut the ball into his own net. However, after the game, head coach Valery Karpin took all the blame.
Croatia finally beat us in the table by one point and went directly to the World Championship. The second place, which we took, gives the right to play-offs – that is, there is still a chance to break into Qatar -22. They will be held for the first time in a new format. The system is confusing enough. Let’s not talk about her now.I can only say that we may get Scotland, Turkey or Finland. The draw will take place on 26 November. And the world championship itself in Qatar will be held from November 21 to December 18 – for the first time in history in the autumn-winter period, and not in the summer.
The hockey world continues to discuss Matvey Michkov’s puck. The 16-year-old striker became the youngest scorer in the history of the Russian national team. Yes, and what! In the Euro Hockey Tour match against Sweden, he picked up the puck on the stick – literally put it on like a shovel – and carried it by the collar of the goalkeeper.In hockey, this is called a “lacrosse goal”. And here everything is according to the rules. “Complete mortality”, “magical”, “daring” – this is an incomplete set of epithets that describe the masterpiece of our striker. Michkov, having made his debut at the Euro Hockey Tour at the age of 16 years 11 months, also became the youngest player in the history of the national teams of Russia and the USSR. He broke the record of Vladislav Tretyak (he started at 17 years and 8 months) and shifted Alexander Ovechkin to the third line (17 years and 11 months).
Russian pair Anastasia Mishina – Alexander Gallyamov won the Grand Prix of Figure Skating in Japan.The second place was taken by another of ours – Evgenia Tarasova and Vladimir Morozov. In ice dancing, the Sinitsina – Katsalapov duet won. The Japanese woman Sakamoto won in women, and her compatriot Uno won in men. Makar Ignatov showed the fourth result, becoming the first Russian figure skater to perform four quadruple jumps in one program.
R: The 19th race of the Formula 1 season, the Brazilian Grand Prix, took place in Sao Paulo over the weekend. The first to arrive in a Mercedes was Lewis Hamilton (by the way, he started tenth).The second – the pilot of “Red Bull” Max Verstappen, the third – Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes). Our Nikita Mazepin, who started last according to the results of Saturday’s sprint-qualification, finished 17th in the main race. But he overtook Schumacher (Mick Schumacher). ((CG + GRAPH)) There are three stages left on the Formula calendar this season. Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the Emirates.
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P: Fyodor Emelianenko’s farewell fight will be grandiose.This is a promise from the head of the fighting organization Bellator Scott Cocker. As it turned out, the fight will take place next summer. The name of the potential rival of the Russian was not named. This will be the last fight of the legend under the contract. “He is ending his fantastic career. He is one of the greatest heavyweights in history. And it should be a big deal, ”Cocker said. Let me remind you that at the end of October, 45-year-old Emelianenko headed the first Russian Bellator MMA event, held in Moscow: in the first round, he knocked out American Timothy Johnson.Fedor is called the best fighter in the history of mixed martial arts. He is a four-time world heavyweight champion
Michkov again outshined Ovechkin! Despite the junior’s lacrosse goal, the Russian national team lost to the Swedes – Hockey news
Alexander Ovechkin, who overtook Brett Hull in the NHL sniper at night, managed to hit the net only in his fourth game for the national team. Michkov did it in the second match.
On the eve of the match with the Swedes, acting the head coach of the Russian national team Oleg Bratash flew out of Helsinki for family reasons. His assistant Sergei Zubov took the helm. He is also responsible for the attackers and the majority, his assistant Alexander Titov (formerly a forward who was retrained as a defender) is responsible for the defenders and the minority, and Yuri Zhdanov, a specialist in … physical training, is entrusted to control the lineup changes. We do not know anything about the goalkeeping coach Komissarov.I personally associate this surname with a former judge who later worked at the IIHF. It is already gratifying that the coach of Komissarov is known by our goalkeeper Yaroslav Askarov, who was entrusted with the number one post in the match against Tre Krunur. A year ago, here in Helsinki, he turned the match with the Swedes (2: 1B) into his own benefit performance.
And now the best goalkeeper of the 2020 Karjala Cup has cleaned up behind defender Alexander Nikishin, who, with a pass behind his back on the blue line of the defense zone, brought the opponent to our goal.It was the fifth minute, Zubov’s charges started from a position of strength and earned a numerical advantage, which almost turned into a success for the Swedes.
If in the game with the Finns ours did not create chances (although they hit the post twice), now in the starting 20-minute they had to score at least four times. Ponomarev, Guslistov, Michkov, Rashevsky could open an account and take the puck for themselves. Particularly upset was the 16-year-old debutant-record holder of the Russian national team, who managed to miss from a meter on an empty goal.
Alas, before the siren for the break, the Swedes punished them in a 2v2 counterattack. It seemed that the defender Mukhamadullin was taking care of the opponent, he could have put him on the pitchfork, but at the last moment he let go and allowed the puck to be sent into the net.
After the break, Michkov rehabilitated himself a thousand percent by creating a lacrosse goal. Alexander Ovechkin scored his first goal for the national team (if we take out the control match against the U-20 national team in Odintsovo) to the Finns at the Ceske Poiishtovna Cup (6: 3) into an empty net.Michkov did it festively: picking up the puck outside the goal, he put it on the convenient side of the hook and threw it into the near nine over the goalkeeper’s shoulder.
The only pity is that not his teammate Lars Johansson, who played the opening match of the tournament with the Czechs (4: 1) and missed once after 16 shots. By the way, in the recent army derby with CSKA (0: 4), the Swede failed to cope with four shots out of 17.
Today the goal for Tre Krunur was played by a person not from the KHL, and in general, in the Karjala Cup, our league as part of the Swedes is represented by Johansson alone.Except for the former – Lander, Klinberg, Yuse.
Michkov’s daring puck angered the opponents. They quickly stepped forward, and then the goal of Galimov, who successfully substituted a stick on the patch, was answered by Lander’s twin goal. It seemed that on this day Askarov had poor control over rebounds.
The captain of our youth team at MCHM-2022 Khusnutdinov could restore balance. Egor impressed the Swedes with his dash to the goal. With legs, skating, head, fighting character, volume of work he has everything in openwork.Only now the goals are given with a creak, and this cannot be trained. The goalkeeper did not choke on Khusnutdinov’s “cutlets” and kept the lead.
Together with the siren for the second break Michkov was not afraid of striker Brome, who is a head taller. Matvey grabbed the Swede by the sweater, who, in response, decided to rip off the junior’s mask with one finger, as the famous tough guy Alexander Yudin once did to the young Denis Parshin.
In the third period, Rashevsky, following Michkov’s example, decided to score exquisitely – not with a scoop, but from under his feet.One of the best snipers of the KHL championship did not succeed. But he can, the Forsberg-Datsyuk feint is in his arsenal. The new national team consultant Andrey Razin from Severstal will not let you cheat!
And the Swedes scored simple-mindedly – from a patch, with the connivance of the defenders. What claims can there be against Askarov, who has been deprived of playing practice in SKA.
Sweden – Russia – 4: 2 (1: 0, 2: 2, 1: 0).
Goals: Bengtsson, Klinberg (2), Lander – Michkov, Galimov
Goalkeepers: Lindwall – Askarov
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