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Ice Hockey 2019 - 2020 Discussion Thread

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Awesome video from the :SUI OC of the WCh released today for team :SVK:)

 

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Il Ticino è biancoblu! :cheer:

 

Amazing derby, sadly with no crowds, for the Ambrí! It's time to sing the Montanara now :beer:

 

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4 minutes ago, Gianlu33 said:

Il Ticino è biancoblu! :cheer:

 

Amazing derby, sadly with no crowds, for the Ambrí! It's time to sing the Montanara now :beer:

 

 

season to forget as soon as it ends (and it's not over yet, unfortunately...I'm scared of the upcoming relegation round, especially now that SC Bern have suicided themselves against Lausanne HC and gifted HC Lugano the 8th and last playoffs spot, leaving themselves "in Hell")...:facepalm::nopompom:

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Austrian EBEL and German DEL cancel playoffs over Coronavirus

 

A day after one NHL team saw its schedule affected immensely due to the outbreak of COVID-19, two of Europe’s top pro leagues are shutting down.

 

Austria’s top league, The Erste Bank Eishockey Liga, and Germany’s DEL (Deutsche Eishockey Liga) both announced they are abruptly ending their respective seasons as the disease continues to ravage parts of Europe.

 

Despite being in the midst of their quarter-final playoff rounds, the EBEL released the following statement on Tuesday:

 

The Erste Bank Eishockey Liga has to end the current season. With this action, the League is responding to the measures and recommendations of the governments and competent authorities in the participating countries”.

 

In a similar release less than an hour later, the top German league said it will also be axing the rest of its season, including playoffs:

 

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Over 100,000 cases of coronavirus have surfaced worldwide, forcing the entire sporting world to prepare and plan measures to contain the outbreak as we approach an obscenely busy time in the global sports calendar.

 

Many major professional leagues across North America have begun announcing measures to limit contact between players and media, fans and non-essential team personnel, including the banning of reporters from NHL dressing rooms until further notice.

 

With international tournament season on the horizon, several IIHF events, most notably the 2020 IIHF Women’s World Championship which was supposed to be held in Nova Scotia in late March, have been cancelled.

 

The San Jose Sharks were the first—but surely not the last—NHL club affected by coronavirus concerns, with the team having to make adjustments to three upcoming March home games after Santa Clara County in California issued a cancellation of mass gatherings over 1,000 people, in light of “significantly increasing rates of COVID-19.”

 

The NHL, and to a lesser extent the Sharks, are reportedly mulling their options over, and playing those home games with no fans in attendance is a very real possibility.

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The 54 years old Canadian Greg Ireland is since yesterday the new head coach of the :ITA Italian men’s national team replacing Clayton Beddoes, who resigned a few weeks ago.

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The Belarussian playoffs final is underway between Yunost Minsk and Shakhtar Soligorsk. After the first two games in Minsk it's 1-1, now it's 1-1 in Soligorsk in the third match with one period to go.

 

There's live streaming and it's sports, so we watch.

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1 hour ago, heywoodu said:

The Belarussian playoffs final is underway between Yunost Minsk and Shakhtar Soligorsk. After the first two games in Minsk it's 1-1, now it's 1-1 in Soligorsk in the third match with one period to go.

 

There's live streaming and it's sports, so we watch.

 

:BLR Belarus Extraliga

 

Final series (best-of-7)

 

Game #1: Yunost Minsk - Shakhtar Soligorsk  5-1

 

Game #2: Yunost Minsk - Shakhtar Soligorsk  2-3 (OT)

 

Game #3: Shakhtar Soligorsk - Yunost Minsk  1-2 (OT) - Highlights coming later...

 

Game #4: Shakhtar Soligorsk - Yunost Minsk,  tomorrow, April 1st @ 7.30 p.m. local time (6.30 p.m. CET)

 

Game #5: Yunost Minsk - Shakhtar Soligorsk,  Friday, April 3rd @ 7 p.m. local time (6 p.m. CET)

 

Game #1 Highlights

 

 

Game #2 Highlights

 

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Today's highlight video can be short I guess, only three goals and the most 'exciting' moment was a scary one, with one of Minsk's players shaking on his back on the ice. Luckily he got up.

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On 31/03/2020 at 21:22, phelps said:

 

:BLR Belarus Extraliga

 

Final series (best-of-7)

 

Game #1: Yunost Minsk - Shakhtar Soligorsk  5-1

 

Game #2: Yunost Minsk - Shakhtar Soligorsk  2-3 (OT)

 

Game #3: Shakhtar Soligorsk - Yunost Minsk  1-2 (OT) - Highlights coming later...

 

Game #4: Shakhtar Soligorsk - Yunost Minsk,  tomorrow, April 1st @ 7.30 p.m. local time (6.30 p.m. CET)

 

Game #5: Yunost Minsk - Shakhtar Soligorsk,  Friday, April 3rd @ 7 p.m. local time (6 p.m. CET)

 

Game #1 Highlights

 

 

Game #2 Highlights

 

 

 

:BLR Belarus Extraliga

 

Final series (best-of-7)

 

Game #1: Yunost Minsk - Shakhtar Soligorsk  5-1  (Yunost lead series 1-0)

 

Game #2: Yunost Minsk - Shakhtar Soligorsk  2-3 (OT (series tied 1-1)

 

Game #3: Shakhtar Soligorsk - Yunost Minsk  1-2 (OT)  (Yunost lead series 2-1)

 

Game #4: Shakhtar Soligorsk - Yunost Minsk  0-3  (Yunost lead series 3-1)

 

Game #5 (possible clincher): Yunost Minsk - Shakhtar SoligorskToday @ 7 p.m. local time (6 p.m. CET)

 

 

Game #3 Highlights

 

 

Game #4 Highlights

 

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Yunost Minsk wins in overtime and so the final is over. That's it for live sports....anyone got a live stream for Nicaraguan football?

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