FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The first match will be played at the 60,000-seater Al Bayt Stadium on Monday 21 November at 13:00 local time*. Other kick-off times for group games have been set for 16:00, 19:00 and 22:00, with local time UTC/GMT+3 or CET+2. The World Cup Final will take place on Saturday 18 December at 18:00 local time (15:00 GMT/16:00 CET), at the 80,000-seater Lusail Stadium. The draw for the 32-team competition is currently slated to take place ‘after the March 2022 international match calendar qualifying window’. Schedule for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar is confirmed, with four group games a day and the Final on December 18. That the tournament is being held in the winter is nothing new, given the excessively-hot summer climate in Qatar. Now, FIFA has announced that there will be four games per group-stage matchday over a span of 12 days. Qatar’s small size also means fans are able to travel to two matches in the same day, without the need to fly. read also:Xavi says 48-team Qatar World Cup would be too longAdvertisement Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show YouWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The WorldThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show YouWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?A Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of Art Loading…
Mark Zengerle netted two goals Saturday night, leading UW’s offense on the night. Zengerle ended the series with six points, adding four assists to his two goals.[/media-credit]Aggressive checking, multiple fights and high scores were the trademarks of the Wisconsin men’s hockey games this weekend at the Kohl Center, from the drop of the first puck on Friday until the final horn Saturday night.Wisconsin (4-4-0, 3-3-0) and Nebraska-Omaha (4-4-0, 3-1-0) clashed for only the eighth and ninth times in history, but there looked to be no love lost between the two teams who split the series, the Mavericks taking game one 5-4 and the Badgers winning game two 6-3.Wisconsin got off to fast starts both nights, but Saturday the Badgers were able to hang on to their 3-0 lead in the first period. The first goal game came on Wisconsin’s second shorthanded goal of the season. Tyler Barnes was able to hold UNO goalie John Faulkner long enough on a 2-on-1 break for Mark Zengerle to convert Barnes’ last-second pass into a goal before Faulkner could recover.Matt Paape scored the first goal of his collegiate career just more than six minutes after a series of rebound attempts that Faulkner was unable to control, and 25 seconds after that, Zengerle scored his second goal of the game off another last second pass, this time from Justin Schultz, to make it 3-0.The Mavericks were able to find their way onto the scoreboard in the final three minutes of the period. UNO’s leading goal scorer, Terry Broadhurst, found the back of the net to make the score 3-1.The Badgers were able to answer in the final 15 seconds of the period on a power play goal by Frankie SImonelli, his first of the season, to give Wisconsin a three-goal lead.Wisconsin managed to outshoot Nebraska-Omaha in the first period 14-10, but the Mavericks would put incessant pressure on Badger goalie Joel Rumpel the rest of the game. UNO would outshoot UW 15-4 in the second period and 17-6 in the third.“I think a lot of it is trying to get quality chances,” Zengerle said. “A lot of the shots they got today are shots we are going to give them by just keeping them on the outside and letting whatever goalie is in net see it.”Despite the large disparity in shots, Wisconsin managed to keep pace with Nebraska-Omaha, each team scoring two goals the remainder of the game.UW’s Ryan Little was able to knock in a rebound 3:03 into the second period and UNO added two power play goals in the third period, one by Alex Hudson, the other on a 6-on-4 advantage after the Mavericks temporarily pulled Faulkner from the goal with 5:05 remaining. The Badgers refused to yield again in the final five minutes and added an empty net goal with 1:38 to play to seal the game at 6-3.“The mindset going into tonight’s game was that we definitely wanted to jump out and have the same start as we did last night, which we did,” Simonelli said. “We sharpened up our penalty kill a little bit and cracked down on the details and had more success tonight.”In the words of Wisconsin head coach Mike Eaves, the two games were eerily similar. Game one had an even faster start with the Badgers’ Derek Lee scoring an opening-minute goal to put Wisconsin up 1-0, and just more than three minutes later, Barnes was able to find the net off a fantastic spinning pass from the left circle by Zengerle to make it 2-0.Less than 30 seconds later, aggression hit its peak for the series when UNO’s Zahn Raubenthheimer put a devastating back check on Wisconsin’s Ryan Little, leading to his ejection from the game and several punches thrown between the teams near center ice.The Badgers were awarded a power play after a lengthy delay to determine the outcome of the play, and the Badgers cashed in, increasing their lead to 3-0 less than six minutes into the game.From that point forward, the game was all Nebraska-Omaha. The Mavericks would outscore the Badgers 5-1 over the final two periods, three goals in the third period alone. Four of UNO’s five goals were of the power play variety, the last of which came with 21 seconds to play, capping off a furious comeback to give UNO its first lead of the game and the win 5-4.After the game, Eaves pointed out that an upper-body injury to junior Derek Lee was a huge loss for Wisconsin to overcome on the fly.“The lead was early, it was 3-0, then 3-1,” Eaves said. “I think the turning point was when we lost Derek Lee; we lose a junior, center iceman. It was on a power play and penalty killing. In the second period we are trying to find the right mix and who can play with who, and it took us out of our rhythm a little bit.”
Area Total59138 Deaths Cerro Gordo591 Mitchell4 Franklin Butler354 Hancock243 Floyd1 Floyd18 Winnebago152 Cerro Gordo281 DES MOINES — 38 more cases of COVID-19 were identified over the weekend in our listening area.In the time period between 11 o’clock Friday morning and 11 o’clock Sunday morning, 18 more cases were reported in Wright County; six more in Floyd; four in Butler; three each in Franklin and Hancock; two in Winnebago; and single cases in Cerro Gordo and Kossuth counties.That brings the immediate listening area’s total of confirmed COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic to 591 — 314 in Wright; 60 in Franklin; 59 in Cerro Gordo; 37 in Hancock; 35 in Butler; 33 in Floyd; 24 in Kossuth; 15 in Winnebago; eight in Mitchell and six in Worth.25 more people have recovered for an area total of 282 — 15 of those in Wright; three each in Butler and Hancock; two in Franklin; and one each in Cerro Gordo and Worth.In the same weekend time period statewide, 738 more cases were reported for a total of 25,865. A total of 16,018 people have recovered, while a total of 685 people have died. Hancock Area Total28225 Kossuth Kossuth241 Floyd336 Confirmed CasesNew Cases Mitchell8(1 case reassigned to another county) Worth Worth6 Winnebago12 Worth51 Wright31418 Cerro Gordo1 Butler2 Mitchell Hancock373 Franklin603 RecoveredNew Recovered Area Total4 Butler193 Kossuth13 Winnebago Franklin242 Wright13515 Wright
In a council meeting on Monday, the city formally recognized proclamations given to designated weeks and months across September and October.Council recognized October 2015 as Foster Family Month, saying in the proclamation that ‘foster families work in partnership with birth parents, extended families and community child and family services as an integral and valued part of a team that serves the children and families of British Columbia.’The upcoming week of October 19th to 25th was recognized as Waste Reduction Week. Council said they are committed to conserving resources and reducing waste.- Advertisement -Two proclamations were formally recognized – but not presented to a representative specifically – were for September 2015 to be proclaimed Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, and for October 4th to 10th to be Mental Illness Awareness Week.Those proclamations had already been shared on the City of Fort St. John Facebook page, and forwarded to Prostate Cancer Canada and Northern Health.
Milford Gardaí and members of the Law Enforcement Torch run committee presented a cheque of €8,500 to Special Olympics Ireland – the grand sum raised from the Rathmullan Polar Plunge.The donation was presented this morning to students from Little Angels School, Letterkenny, Regional Development Officer for the Special Olympics – Mr. Seamus Campbell and Ms. Clare Gallagher, Rathmullan Foroíge Club.The monies were raised at the recent Rathmullan Polar Plunge this month organised by Gardaí in Milford, Co. Donegal. The event drew a large crowd out to get freezin’ for a reason on December 9th this year, including members of the local Gardai, the 28th Infantry army battalion from Finner Camp, the RNLI as well as the public.Defence forces personell from the 28th Inf Bn take the plunge at the charity “Polar Plunge” in aid of the Special Olympics which was held in Rathmullan in North Donegal. (North West Newspix)Members of An Garda Siochana who participated in the charity Polar Plunge at Rathmullan Pier in aid of Special Olympics Ireland. (North West Newspix)Special Olympic athletes will benefit from the money raised to assist their participation and inclusion in sport.Gardaí in Milford would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who made the day such a great success and even the big man in red made a special appearance arriving in style on coastguard helicopter Rescue 118.The Polar Plunge was part of the Law Enforcement Torch Run programme for Special Olympics. The programme engages law enforcement throughout the island of Ireland to champion acceptance and inclusion for people with intellectual disabilities, starting first with their own communities. Over the years the Torch Run has evolved and now encompasses a variety of innovative fundraising platforms including the Polar Plunge.The Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) is the largest public awareness vehicle and grass-roots fundraiser for Special Olympics.Known honourably as Guardians of the Flame, law enforcement members and Special Olympics athletes carry the “Flame of Hope” into the Opening Ceremony of local competitions, and into Special Olympics, Provincial, National, Regional and World Games.Annually, more than 97,000 dedicated and compassionate law enforcement members carry the “Flame of Hope,” symbolising courage and celebration of diversity uniting communities around the globe.The date for next year’s much anticipated Rathmullan Polar Plunge will be announced in January promising to be bigger and better! Rathmullan Polar Plunge raises a cool €8,500 for Special Olympics Ireland was last modified: December 19th, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Milfordrathmullan polar plunge