Benutzername:
Betreff:


Beitrag:
Sicherheitsabfrage*
Tippen Sie die Buchstaben hier ein:

 
*Zur Vermeidung von Spam
Datei anhängen

In Antwort auf

The Kings tied it 2-2 when Kopitar pushed a • Absender: riluowanying123, 07.03.2019 14:55

Violent clashes between West Ham and Chelsea fans at the London Stadium on Wednesday night will be investigated by the Football Association. The Metropolitan Police made seven arrests after West Hams 2-1 EFL Cup win and said they would work tirelessly to identify people involved and bring them to justice, while the Hammers vowed to ban any fan implicated in the disorder.Both sets of fans threw missiles across a segregated area of the ground before breaking through security and clashing along a walkway at the top of the Sir Trevor Brooking Stand. Police in riot gear managed to quell the disorder as the match concluded. Dr Geoff Pearson, a lecturer of Senior Criminal Law at Manchester University, believes more could have been done to prevent the scenes The FA will ask both clubs for their observations before assessing evidence and deciding whether to bring any charges.A West Ham statement read: West Ham United and London Stadium partners unreservedly condemn the behaviour of individuals involved in incidents during this evenings fixture with Chelsea.Whilst quickly brought under control, the club, in line with its clear zero tolerance policy, will work closely with London Stadium 185, the Metropolitan Police Service and Chelsea to identify the individuals involved. A lone supporter breaches segregation lines Once identified, those found to have acted improperly will be banned from attending any West Ham United fixtures for life and we will request the courts serve banning orders to prevent these individuals attending any other football.A Chelsea spokesman added on Wednesday night: The club is extremely disappointed to see disturbances at the end of tonights game and we condemn such behaviour.It would be inappropriate to comment further until tonights incidents have been investigated properly. West Ham United and Chelsea fans clashed during their EFL Cup tie West Ham manager Slaven Bilic described the scenes as unacceptable and Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte expressed his disappointment.Commander BJ Harrington of the Metropolitan Police said: Although the vast majority of people left the stadium peacefully and were well behaved, there were a minority of people who attended the match that were clearly intent on being involved in confrontation and violence.We welcome the condemnation from partners and have already started a post match investigation.Sky Sports News HQs chief news reporter Bryan Swanson was at the game, deemed high risk by the police due to the history of violence between both sets of fans. There was a significant police presence inside and outside the London Stadium He said: What this did is quite graphically illustrate that the segregation promised at this match will be questioned by the authorities, the clubs and police.For whatever reason, there seemed to be a slow response and thats why it escalated so quickly.This was always billed a high-risk match. The police said there would be robust policing inside the stadium and West Ham were at pains to say they wanted this game to be trouble-free. They urged every supporter to be an ambassador. It will raise questions about why there was that coming together of supporters on the walkway.There has already been violence involving West Ham supporters outside their new stadium at Stratford following the recent Premier League games against Watford and Middlesbrough.Nine arrests have been made outside the ground since the beginning of the season, while West Ham have issued 23 banning orders for offences ranging from drinking in view of the pitch to breaking the line of segregation.You can watch Premier League football, plus Englands tour of Bangladesh and the Mexican Grand Prix on Sky Sports. Upgrade now and enjoy six months at half price! Also See: Fernandes knocks Chelsea out Bilic: Trouble unacceptable Conte: Chelsea unlucky to lose As it happened Cheap Saucony . The quest begins with what is supposed to be an easy one, although Germany has traditionally been a stubborn opponent to Canadian teams at international tournaments. Saucony Outlet Store .C. -- Rodney Hood connected from all over the court while freshman Jabari Parker was busy swatting shots and scoring in transition. http://www.cheapsaucony.net/ . Spiller left Week 3s 27-20 loss to the New York Jets with a thigh injury, but fully practiced with the team all week and expects to be ready to go on Sunday. Saucony Shoes From China . The 19-year-old Olsen played 34 games with the Kelowna Rockets of the WHL this season. In that time, hes recorded 17 goals and 17 assists with 36 penalty minutes. Wholesale Saucony Shoes . -- Edmontons Val Sweeting is two wins away from a trip to Winnipeg to play in Canadas Road of the Rings in December. CHICAGO -- The Los Angeles Kings kept playing through a slew of injuries. They kept coming when the Chicago Blackhawks jumped out to an early lead, and they tried everything to force another home game in the Western Conference finals. They just couldnt find a way this year. Once Chicagos Patrick Kane found his offensive game, it was all over for the defending Stanley Cup champions. Anze Kopitar and Mike Richards scored in the third period for Los Angeles, but Kane netted his third goal of the game 11:40 into the second overtime period to lift Chicago to a 4-3 victory on Saturday night and a spot in the Stanley Cup finals against the Boston Bruins. "You dont take much solace in losing," Kings forward Justin Williams said. "Its a bitter taste. Yeah, we were one of the final four, but that wasnt our goal when we set out to start the season. Were not able to defend what we did last year and thats a frustrating thing." Los Angeles recovered after trailing 2-0 in the first period and 3-2 late in regulation in the longest game in franchise history. Dwight King had a short-handed goal, and Jonathan Quick finished with 31 saves. "We got beat in the conference finals by the best team in the conference, at the end of the day," Kings coach Darryl Sutter said. "We accomplished everything. Once you set the bar up there, then thats your bar. So obviously were disappointed to lose to Chicago, but were certainly not disappointed in how we played." It was Richards first game since he took a big hit from Chicagos Dave Bolland in the series opener, shelving the centre with a suspected concussion. But Sutter vaguely alluded to a handful of injuries, and captain Dustin Brown acknowledged that he tore the posterior cruciate ligament in his left knee during Game 6 of Los Angeles second-round series against San Jose. Despite the injuries, which Sutter said were typical of a team at this point in the playoffs, the Kings gave themselves a chance. "We played well in the second and third, and even overtime I think we had a lot of chances," Richards said. "But give them credit, they played well and their goaltender made some big saves." Corey Crawford made 33 saves, and Duncan Keith scored in his return from a suspension as the top-seeded Blackhawks eliminated the Kings in five games. Chicago will host the Eastern Conference champion Bruins in Game 1 on Wednesday night. Boston completed a sweep of the Pittsburgh Penguins on Friday night. "Its a special couple places. The tradition of the Bruins and the Hawks is special," Chicago coach Joel Quenneville said. "Im sure, you know, the rivalry could return instantly come Game 1. I think its good for the league. Its good for hockey. Two great hockey markets. Were very excited to be a part of it." This is the first finals matchup of NHL Original Six franchises since 1979, and it will pit two of the last three champions against each other. Chicago won the Cup in 2010, ending a 49-year drought. Boston captured the title the following year. "Every series presents its challenges,," forward Patrick Sharp said.dddddddddddd "Watching Boston, theyre rolling right now. Another tough series ahead of us." Kane was in the middle of a quiet post-season when he finished off Bryan Bickells shot for his third playoff goal in Chicagos 3-2 win in Los Angeles on Thursday. The talented forward yelled in relief after that goal and came up with his best performance of the playoffs in Game 5. After Crawford made a couple of big saves in the first overtime, Jonathan Toews carried the puck up the left side during a 2-on-1 rush in the second extra session. He then made a cross-ice pass to Kane, who one-timed a shot past Quick and into the right side. "You know, the shift before, actually Jonny had the same play and the puck fumbled on him," Kane said. "I knew he was coming back to me. Just tried to wait for the defenceman to go by me. Tried to get it off as quick as I could in the net." The rollicking sellout crowd of 22,237 erupted in joy as Kane started the celebration for the Blackhawks. A distraught Quick remained face down on the ice as his teammates emptied the bench for the post-series handshakes. Chicago was poised to finish off Los Angeles in regulation when the Kings scored the tying goal with 9.4 seconds remaining. Kopitar took a long shot from the right side and Richards managed to tip it by Crawford, leading to a celebration for the Kings while the crowd groaned in disbelief. "Hes a big heart-and-soul guy and comes up with a timely goal to push it to overtime, and we just couldnt find a way to get that extra," Kings centre Jarret Stoll said. Crawford used his glove to deny Williams and Jake Muzzin in rapid succession midway through the first overtime. Bickell had an opportunity to end the game at the other end, but he was unable to corral Kanes pass on a rush to the net. The lost lead at the end of regulation turned into a minor inconvenience for the Blackhawks when Kane finished his second career post-season hat trick. Los Angeles rally began when Williams made strong charge up the left side set up Kings short-handed goal at 9:28 of the second. The Kings tied it 2-2 when Kopitar pushed a rebound through Crawfords legs 3 1/2 minutes into the third. It was Kopitars first point of the series, and he snapped a six-game goal drought. It also was the third power-play goal allowed by the Blackhawks in 58 playoff chances. The tie held until the Blackhawks took advantage of a bad break for the Kings to go in front again. Williams had the puck behind the net when he fell, and Bickell made a slick pass to Kane, who beat Quick to give the Blackhawks a 3-2 lead with 3:52 remaining. "We had some chances but youve got to bury your chances in overtime," Los Angeles defenceman Matt Greene said. "They did a good job. They had a chance, they capitalized and thats it. Its overtime." NOTES: It was the 38th playoff game in the past two seasons for Los Angeles. ... Toews and Bickell each had two assists. ... The Kings previous longest game was a 4-3 double-overtime win at Vancouver on May 11, 1993. ' ' '



Besucher
0 Mitglieder und 1 Gast sind Online

Wir begrüßen unser neuestes Mitglied: shilpakuted
Forum Statistiken
Das Forum hat 4356 Themen und 4377 Beiträge.