Нападающий екатеринбургского «Автомобилиста» Сергей Шумаков пропустит остаток сезона Континентальной хоккейной лиги (КХЛ).
Напомним, что нападающий не играл с 28 декабря 2020 года из-за полученный травмы на тренировке.
«Сергея уже прооперировали, он пропустит остаток сезона», — передает слова Бабаева Sport24.
В нынешнем регулярном чемпионате Шумаков провел 28 матчей, забросил восемь шайб и сделал пять результативных.
Ранее сообщалось, что пять российских хоккеистов вошли в список 50 лучших игроков НХЛ.
Country queen Dolly Parton is 75-years-old.
And this year the Tennessee-born talent shared a special 'birthday wish' with fans, making a 'call for kindness' during these turbulent times.
'This year my birthday wish is a call for kindness,' the Jolene singer wrote while sharing a glam black and white snapshot of herself.
'We can’t just hope for a brighter day, we have to work for a brighter day. Love too often gets buried in a world of hurt and fear. So today, January 19th, let’s get to unearthing love ❤️'
She shared a longer version of her 'birthday wish' on her website, writing: 'Well, another year has rolled around and what a year it has been. Like everyone else, it is now my turn for a COVID covered birthday. So what do you do? What do you want? Should you even celebrate?'
'I am choosing the quiet path so I can stay close to the ones I love to count my blessings and think hard about what this new year will bring.
'However, I do have a birthday wish that I want to share with you. My wish is that everyone does something a little different today. Let’s call it a call for kindness.
'If you want to donate to your favorite cause, then donate. If you want to give an old friend a call during these lonely times, give them a call. If you can safely volunteer, then raise your hand to do so. If you decide that today is the day you get a dog, then run down to the shelter and find your new buddy. The choices are limitless.
'I always encourage people to dream big but I also take great care to follow that up with the message to work hard. We can’t just hope for a brighter day, we have to work for a brighter day.
'Love too often gets buried in a world of hurt and fear. We have to work to dig it out so we can share it with our family, our friends and our neighbors. So today, January 19th, let’s get to unearthing love. Love is more contagious than a virus so let your best self shine in a glorious light and others will be inspired by you.
'This is my birthday wish and may your birthday wishes also come true,' she finished.
Friends, family and fans rushed in to celebrate the birthday girl on Tuesday, taking to social media to lavish her in praise.
Reese Witherspoon was one of the first people to send her love, sharing a photo of the glitzy pair together and writing: 'Your bright spirit and passion for helping others shines through in everything you do.
'Thank you for always inspiring me to DREAM MORE! I love you forever,' the Legally Blonde star went on.
Sharon Stone proved she was a super-fan as she posted a photo of herself rocking heaps of Dolly swag and wished the Islands In The Stream singer a happy day.
Longtime friend Billy Ray Cyrus shared a photo from one of the Jolene singer's cameos on Hannah Montana, the Disney Channel show that made Dolly's goddaughter Miley Cyrus famous.
'Happy Birthday to the one and only @DollyParton!' he wrote.
The family of later singer Kenny Rogers, a longtime collaborator of Parton's, celebrated by sharing a black and white photo of the duo and writing: 'HAPPY BIRTHDAY @DollyParton...
Fellow country superstar Shania Twain posted a video of the pair performing together along with the message: 'Happy Birthday @DollyParton.
'My musical and personal hero, I feel so lucky to have grown up having you and other kick-a** women country singers as role models in Country music.'
Marren Morris posted a video of a her and Dolly singing backstage together, and admitted: '[I] will never be over her pulling me in. Happy birthday, @DollyParton.'
The Today show's Hoda Kotb wrote: 'Yay! @DollyParton we celebrate you every day... a little extra today!!' to white the songstress replied with a heart.
Debbie Allen shared some fun photos of her hanging out with the 9 To 5 songstress.
Jimmy Fallon shared a snap from one of the star's visits to his show where he presented her with a shaggy wig imitating her own iconic coif.
'It's Dolly Parton's birthday and I'm totally wigging out!' he joked.
This past year was huge for Dolly, who released a brand new song called When Life Is Good Again, starred in a Netflix Christmas special, miraculously saved a child's life, and - last, but not least - donated a whopping $1million to Vanderbilt University’s medical school in Nashville to help the development of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine.
Selena Gomez is a busy woman, recently dropping her first Spanish-language single.
And the former Disney Channel star is also hard at work on an upcoming comedy series for Hulu.
She served up a bold winter look Sunday in an orange faux fur coat, as she filmed Only Murders in the Building with costar and creator Steve Martin in New York City.
The 28-year-old layered the coat with a yellow ribbed sweater, which was complemented with a pair of brown houndstooth plaid pants.
Her look was finished with a paid of gold hoop earrings, a matching necklace and a pair of burgundy leather Doc Martens, as she carried a black backpack over her shoulders.
Gomez kept warm from the January chill, bundling up in a black ankle-length Canada Goose parka jacket in between takes.
She also took precautions against COVID-19, sporting a grey face mask when the cameras weren't rolling.
The Spring Breakers actress was in good company, as the cast and crew appeared to take the precautions seriously on set.
She was spotted chatting with her masked costars Steve Martin, 75, and Martin Short, 70, as they filmed on location.
Short certainly stood out, as his wardrobe called for a purple over coat and a matching polka-dotted scarf.
It marked another reunion for himself and longtime pal Martin, with whom he's starred in several titles, including Three Amigos (1986) and Father of the Bride (1991).
Their 10-episode Hulu series, which premieres in 2021, follows three strangers who are obsessed with true crime, until they find themselves involved in one.
Meanwhile, Gomez is preparing to release the second season of her cooking show Selena + Chef, which drops January 21 on HBO Max.
In each episode, a master chef helps her brush up on her cooking skills during quarantine, while she donates $10K to a different charitable cause.
It comes after she dropped her first Spanish-language single De Una Vez last week, writing on Instagram: 'De Una Vez is out now. This is the beginning of something I've wanted to explore for so long. I hope you love it as much as I do.'
She told Apple Music that she thinks she 'sings better in Spanish,' adding: 'I feel like it's the perfect timing. Just with all the division in the world, there's something about Latin music that globally just makes people feel things, you know?'
The Texas native previously celebrated a year since the release of her third studio album Rare, which also marked her return to music after a five-year hiatus.
She posted a photo with some fans to her Instagram Story last weekend, writing: 'Can't believe it's been a year since Rare was released. So much has happened but wanted to let you know I love you guys.'
Rare was released January 10, 2020, becoming her first No. 1, after dropping the singles Lose You to Love Me, Look At Her Now and the title track.
When Union Berlin were promoted to the Bundesliga for the first time ever ahead of the 2019-2020 campaign, no one gave them a chance.
They were expected to shoot straight back down, finding playing against Germany's big guns such as Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund and Co all too much.
But the club with such a turbulent history, which provides an intriguing backdrop to their rise, have defied the odds and after an 11th-place finish last year they have not stopped there.
Union Berlin have been the surprise package once again this season, and now find themselves in the lofty position of sixth with the chance to occupy the Champions League places come Wednesday night. They are quietly dreaming of their own crazy European adventure.
Cedric Teuchert's 88th-minute winner for Union last time out against Bayer Leverkusen has ensured his side have continued their incredible run.
Union are on a six-match unbeaten run, holding their own against Bayern and beating Dortmund during that time. But their hot streak has been made even more impressive by the absence of their top goalscorer and talismanic figure Max Kruse, who has missed their last six matches.
And astonishingly, only European champions Bayern (48) and Dortmund (33) have scored more goals than Berlin's 32 - and Dortmund have played one game more.
Their meteoric rise is one of the biggest success stories within European football at the moment, and on Wednesday night they have the chance to make yet another statement along their remarkable journey.
Urs Fischer's side travel to third-placed RB Leipzig on Wednesday looking to put a serious dent in their opponents' Bundesliga title ambitions, while keeping their own dream alive. And they certainly travel to Leipzig in buoyant mood.
For Union fans watching on from home amid the ongoing Covid pandemic, they cannot believe what they are witnessing, and are somewhat in dreamland.
When you take a look through the history book of Union Berlin, their journey towards the top of the German summit is particularly hard to put into words.
Throughout their history, Union have always done things differently and it's hard not to get goosebumps when describing their rise.
First, let's take a close look at the history behind their stadium. The Stadion An der Alten Forsterei (Stadium at the Old Forester's House), in the eastern Berlin neighbourhood of Kopenick, is a charming antidote to the soulless bowls most clubs now call home.
And intriguingly, three sides of the ground - which works out at 18,000 of 20,000 seats - remains terraced, allowing home fans to make quite the racket, which played an instrumental role in getting them to the Bundesliga for the first time in their steeped history.
They have been without their fans for quite some time now, but it definitely doesn't appear to have fazed their players.
But this is where it starts to get fascinating. Just 13 years ago, the club risked losing the stadium's licence because of crumbling terraces, but their fans came together to save what they call home.
Some 1,600 supporters volunteered to graft away for an estimated 140,000 hours to get it back up to standard.
Reflecting on the club's journey early on during their first ever Bundesliga campaign, German football journalist Jacob Sweetman gave an insight into just what exactly the club means for the fans.
'Without the fans, this club is nothing,' Sweetman told BBC's Football Focus. 'They bought themselves back from the brink and they rebuilt their own stadium. You can feel that when you go there. It belongs to them, not to anyone else.'
And if that hasn't endeared you enough to the club, let's take a look back four years earlier.
Their fans have always been there to help when they need it the most, and in 2004, with Union on the brink of bankruptcy the supporters came together to keep the club afloat.
With the club sliding perilously into the fourth division and needing about £1.5million to fend off bankruptcy, their supporters organised a campaign named 'Bleed for Union' where fans gave blood and forwarded the reimbursement to Union Berlin.
So when they sealed their promotion to the top-flight 15 years later, it came as no surprise that emotions were high for a club and fanbase that have been through everything down the years. From the depth of despair to the ultimate high, their time had now come.
Union Berlin had always been outsiders in Germany, but now they were sending shockwaves throughout the country.
But now let's take a look back to the Cold War years, and another chapter that makes their rise to the top even that more compelling.
During the Cold War years, Union represented the antithesis of their city rivals Berliner FC Dynamo, the main club in the capital who had strong links to the Stasi, the East German state secret police.
So it came as no surprise that Dynamo knocked off 10 East German league championships in a row between 1979 and 1988, competing regularly in the European Cup.
They would often get dubious referee calls go in their favour and could poach all the best players in East Germany at the time.
As a result, a fierce cross-city rivalry developed with Union, with the vast terraces at the Stadion An der Alten Forsterei becoming a place where dissenters to the regime could express their views in relative anonymity.
Union flitted between the top two divisions of the former East Germany and were never likely to challenge Dynamo, but became a symbol of resistance to the Stasi and the government to the point where even people with little interest in football came to their games.
They were unsurprisingly overlooked for the Bundesliga following the fall of the Berlin Wall and spent the nineties in the third division.
So it has never ever been an easy ride for Union, and they've always had to do it the hard way, but there had been some highlights down the years.
During the 2000-2001 campaign, Union made it through to the German Cup final, losing 2-0 to Schalke across town at the Olympiastadion just years before they almost went bust after plummeting into the fourth division.
However, Union have never thrown in the towel and have continuously hauled themselves out of the mud.
Just 17 years on from their gravest day, Union now find themselves mixing it with Germany's big guns - something which appeared beyond their wildest dreams not so long ago.
It's Leipzig next for the Berlin outfit, but while they will be coming up against a side that reached the quarter-finals of last season's Champions League, they certainly won't play with any fear.
If they were to walk away with all three points tonight, Fischer's side would move up to fourth in the Bundesliga above Bayern's supposed biggest threat in Dortmund.
Yes there is definitely a long way to go in the German season, and yes there will be plenty of ups and downs on the journey, but Union fans can't help but dream.
After sealing promotion to the Bundesliga after a play-off victory over Stuttgart, the final whistle sparked a mass pitch invasion from Union's fans. They had made the big time.
With the Covid crisis keeping fans out of stadiums in Germany, it's impossible not to imaging the emotional scenes that would have greeted Union's heroes for placing the club firmly on Europe's radar.