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|05/28/2018 16:45||Beaver Dams Goalie Represents USA at EuroChem Cup in Russia ( MyTwinTiers.com )|
... youth hockey travel team, the Albany Capitals, are representing the U.S.A. for the first time at the EuroChem Cup in Novomoskovsk, Tula, Russia.
|04/28/2018 17:55||Dryden fifth grader representing the USA ( Ithaca Journal )|
Sharing culture around the globe runs in the family for Nathaniel Poole. Nathaniel, a fifth grader at Dryden Elementary School and PeeWee Hockey player, is heading to Novomoskovsk, Russia as a member of the Albany Capitals ice hockey team representing the USA in the EuroChem Cup. Having a ...
|04/24/2018 01:50||11-year-old Tupper Laker brings US hockey to Russia ( The Adirondack Daily Enterprise )|
The tournament will be played in Novomoskovsk, but the players will stay in Tula. Albany and Tula, Russia, are sister cities, with boards in each country promoting a connection between the two. Schoolchildren of each grade in Tula will be assigned a country competing in the tournament to learn about, ...
|04/17/2018 09:50||Experts explained the popularity of sports facility construction ( Construction.RU )|
At the same time, such investments do not carry risks. These two new sports facilities will be built in Novomoskovsk and Zelenograd administrative districts of Moscow. Experts note a stable demand for fitness services as one of the key factors in maintaining the demand for land plots for the construction of ...
|03/31/2018 01:45||Area youth hockey team headed to event in Russia in May ( Albany Times Union )|
The tournament will take place in Novomoskovsk (pop. 130,000), about 150 miles south of Moscow and a sister city to Albany for the past five years. "It's definitely about sport, but it's about a life experience, too," said Brad Chartrand, a former NHLer who will coach the team. "I don't think it's a hard-core ...