Ok but honestly Nimah and Ryan and Alex and Harry’s friendships are lot more important and precious than any love story that happened in Quantico. And their scenes are what I look forward to watch in every episode.
I also hoped that Dayana and Leon could have developed a nice friendship, bc they actually seemed to get along well initially.
Things you probably didn’t know about hockey players
Part of Jack Eichel’s right ear is plastic, he took a puck to the ear when he was 17.
Jack Eichel has always been an introvert and only cared about hockey his entire childhood. He loved skating alone in freezing weather since he was 5 years old; he never used to sleep over at his friends’, he rather came back home early to wake up really soon next morning to go skate; he started lifting and doing pushups when he was 10 years old; he used to spend his evenings improving his shooting and controlling puck in the basement instead of watching TV.
Connor McDavid’s parents had to lie about his age when he was 4 years old so he could play actual hockey (only 5y.o.+ kids could play).
Auston Matthews’ mother Emma helped her son celebrate his 18th birthday on Sept. 17 by preparing a favorite meal (tortilla soup) for him and his Zurich teammates.
Aaron Ekblad’s last name is Swedish, his great-grandfather moved from Sweden to Canada.
4 Czech players: Jakub Voráček, Ondřej Pavelec, Jiří Tlustý and Jakub Kovář starred in ‘Babovřesky 2′ (Old Gossipton 2), a Czech comedy from 2014, where they played quite important role through the entire storyline.
Evgeny Kuznetsov’s older brother Alexander died of “special circumstance” at event of celebrating May 1st in Chelyabinsk. At the funeral, Evgeny (12) said to the casket: “One day I’ll be a hockey star, earn much money and organize a big hockey tournament named after you.”
Anže Kopitar’s daughter Neža was conceived at the night the Kings won their 2014 Stanley Cup on Friday the 13th and was born exactly 9 months later, also on Friday the 13th.
I’ve tried my best to compile a balanced list of Cantonese songs, with both modern and classical Cantopop, and both male and female artists. This is obviously not an extensive list, but rather just an overview of some of the more popular singers. There are still tens of thousands of Cantonese songs out there, but hopefully this list will give you an idea of where to start.
This section is extremely varied, extending from the 1960s to the early 2000s, with a bigger focus on the 80s to late 90s, because a lot of absolute classics that really defined Cantopop were from this time period. I’ve included the “4 Heavenly Kings” (Jacky Cheung, Andy Lau, Leon Lai, Aaron Kwok) and tons of other extremely well-known artists like Eason Chan, Leslie Cheung, Alan Tam, and Danny Chan. If you’re studying Cantonese, you should get to know some of the songs I’ve starred!