Российский игрок «Монреаль Канадиенс» Александр Романов стал третьим защитником в истории команды, которому удалось отметиться результативным действием в дебютном и одновременно в первом же матче сезона в Национальной хоккейной лиге (НХЛ).
Во встрече регулярного чемпионата против «Торонто Мэйпл Лифс» (4:5 ОТ) россиянин стал автором результативной передачи. Ранее такое удавалось сделать чеху Петру Свободе в сезоне-1984/85 и россиянину Андрею Маркову в 2000 году.
Всего Романов провел на льду 21 минуту 48 минут. За это время он сделал три броска в створ ворот и совершил один силовой прием.
Ранее сообщалось, что защитник «Канадиенс» вошел в рейтинг главных претендентов на награду «Колдер Трофи», которая вручается лучшему новичку сезона НХЛ.
Защитник «Монреаль Канадиенс» Александр Романов высказался о своем дебюте в Национальной хоккейной лиге (НХЛ).
Во встрече регулярного чемпионата против «Торонто Мэйпл Лифс» россиянин сделал результативную передачу.
«Сначала я немного нервничал, потому что не знал, что такое НХЛ в реальной жизни. Я сначала вообще не понимал, где нахожусь. Все было очень быстро, но потом становилось лучше и лучше», — приводит слова Романова официальный сайт НХЛ.
Ранее форвард «Монреаля» Томаш Татар оценил выступление Романова.
Stephen Bear reportedly owed thousands of pounds over a failed clothing company with his ex-girlfriend Charlotte Crosby.
It comes after the former Celebrity Big Brother star, 31, was arrested at Heathrow Airport for allegedly filming himself having sex with his ex-girlfriend Georgia Harrison, 26, without her knowledge and sharing the explicit content online.
Bear is said to have set up the clothing company called His and Hers Enterprise Ltd in 2017 with his ex Charlotte, 30.
Although it has been claimed that the business venture ended in acrimony with the former couple, who split in 2017 after a turbulent one year relationship, involved in a court case last summer.
According to The Sun, Charlotte 'petitioned the High Court of Justice Business and Property Courts to wind the company up claiming her solo firm CLC Enterprises was a creditor'.
It is believed that creditors were owed £30,366 with an outstanding £1,268 director's advance to Bear in the final set of accounts listed on Companies House.
Bear is said not to have been present at the court proceedings with Insolvency and Companies Court Judge Mullen awarding Charlotte in favour.
It is believed that assets of their failed clothing company paid for the court costs while His and Hers Enterprise Ltd was liquidated in September.
MailOnline has contacted both Charlotte and Bear's representatives for comment.
In 2018, Bear shared a collection of bizarre videos in which he held a puppet, named Philpè, stating the doll was his 'lawyer', after he accused Charlotte of owing him money from His and Hers. Charlotte's reps said the claims were false.
He said at the time: 'So Philpè my lawyer has advised me to cease all trading on His And Hers Limited as director no more items are being sold. Make sure to tune in tomorrow for where's Bear's money.'
Another caption read: 'For now @hisandhersstore will officially stop trading . Philpè, Stephen Bears Lawer has told him to stop until he receives half his money...
'So far Stephen Bear hasn't received 1p from the company. Kind regards, Philipè (Lawyer for Stephen Bear)'.
At the time, a representative for Charlotte vehemently denied Stephen's claims to MailOnline and explained that the issue was now being dealt with by her legal team.
Her rep told MailOnline: 'Stephen Bear's libellous comments on Instagram today are totally false: there is no truth whatsoever in the allegation that Stephen is owed any money by Charlotte, her father or His and Hers Ltd.
'We cannot comment about the other companies that he says owe him money. This matter is now in the hands of our solicitors.'
The Sun claims that Bear also dissolved his company Celebrity Clash Ltd business in 2020, his Mark Griggs Avenue Events Ltd in 2019 and Stephen Bear Enterprises Ltd.
It comes after Bear was arrested at Heathrow Airport for allegedly filming himself having sex with his ex-girlfriend Georgia Harrison, 26, without her knowledge and sharing the explicit content online.
Love Islander Georgia accused Stephen of revenge porn in December when she said on social media he had secretly recorded them being intimate on CCTV cameras at his home, with Bear issuing a denial at the time insisting the claim was not true.
On Sunday, Georgia thanked 'everyone that has reached out over the last few days' and said 'you have no idea how much it means to me.'
In a statement, she said: 'I am passionate about supporting victims of revenge porn and hopefully by coming forward it will give others the courage to do the same.'
Georgia, who's currently living in Dubai, was pictured looking distressed on the beach as she looked at her phone following the news of Stephen's arrest.
The Love Island star believes Stephen showed an intimate recording of her to at least 'two friends' and claims the footage was widely shared on WhatsApp.
She also alleges Stephen shared screenshots of the video to followers on his OnlyFans account, but he denied it was her.
Essex Police confirmed to MailOnline on Friday: 'A man has been arrested in connection with an investigation into the disclosure of sexual photographs without consent.
'The 31-year-old man from Loughton was arrested on Friday 15 January on suspicious of disclosing private sexual photographs or films without consent with intent to cause distress harassment, and obstructing a police officer.'
Bayern Munich boss Hansi Flick admits his side's 'engine isn't running smoothly' at the moment after they were dumped out of the German Cup by second-tier side Holstein Kiel.
Bayern have lost their last two fixtures against Borussia Monchengladbach in Bundesliga and Holstein Kiel in the German Cup, in which they were left red-faced after losing 6-5 on penalties on Wednesday - their first cup exit to lower league opposition in 17 years.
Flick has demanded an immediate response when Bayern host Freiburg on Sunday afternoon in Bundesliga, while admitting that he was expecting a slump in form at some stage.
Flick, who insisted Bayern's treble-winning heroics of last season were 'not normal', said during his pre-match press conference on Friday: 'I did expect us to experience a bit of a slump a little earlier but my team showed incredible mentality and we made it to the top of the table before the winter break.
'The engine isn't running smoothly, on Wednesday we experienced it in the most brutal fashion.
'We're making it too easy for the opponents to make chances, we have to be in better positions, we have to defend together. It's our job and it's our expectation to get back on top.'
The European champions will be desperate to put Wednesday's nightmare behind them when they take on Freiburg, but Bayern certainly know it won't be an easy task.
Freiburg have won five successive Bundesliga games and have been prolific in front of goal this season, and Bayern will have to be at their best defensively to keep them at bay.
But Bayern are going through a tough patch in defence, having failed to keep a clean sheet in Bundesliga since October while conceding the joint sixth-most goals in the league this season (24).
And Flick, whose team's last clean sheet in all competitions came against Lokomotiv Moscow on December 9, has urged his whole side to work their socks off to change their defensive fortunes against Freiburg.
Bayern could be leapfrogged in first place in the league if RB Leipzig manage to beat Wolfsburg away on Saturday.
'It's going to be an intense game, Freiburg is known for that type of football. They're scoring a lot of goals,' Flick said.
'It's going to be about us and how we play in defence. It's down to us, the disappointment we had to digest pretty quickly, we have to make the best out of the situation now.
'The whole team is under pressure in defence, it's not only the back four. We're not getting enough pressure on to the ball, not as much as we used to.'