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Isaac Levitan. At The Summer House In Twilight.
1895. Rostov and Yaroslavl Museum-reserve of art and architecture, Rostov.

Seasons of Love (Sashea/Katlaska) - Nymph

a/n: the coffee shop AU that was requested a few days back, in which katya and sasha are childhood friends and get a job working at a coffee shop with alaska and shea. you know what happens from there. are we ready for a sloooow burn fluff fic? i sure hope so! mother, i’m showing the judges versatility

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Theotokos [Θεοτόκος; “The one who gives birth to God”], Great Panagia [Panagia (Παναγία, fem. of panágios, the All-Holy), one of the titles of Mary, the mother of Jesus, used especially in Orthodox Christianity], icon from Spas-Transfiguration Cathedral of the Spas-Transfiguration Monastery in Yaroslavl [Ярославль], Russia, 12th century or the first third of the 13th century, source: varvar.ru.

Team Russia extended roster for IIHF Worlds 2017

Goaltenders:
Andrei Vasilevskiy (Tampa Bay Lightning, NHL)
Ilya Sorokin (CSKA Moscow, KHL)
Igor Shestyorkin (SKA St Petersburg, KHL)

Defensemen:
Viktor Antipin (Metallurg Magnitogorsk, KHL)
Anton Belov  “A”
Artyom Zub (both - SKA St Petersburg, KHL)
Andrei Mironov (Dynamo Moscow, KHL / Colorado Avalanche, NHL???)
Ivan Provorov (Philadelphia Flyers, NHL)
Vladislav Gavrikov (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, KHL)
Bogdan Kiselevich
Mikhail Naumenkov (both - CSKA Moscow, KHL)
Alexei Bereglazov (NY Rangers, NHL)

Forwards:
Artemi Panarin (Chicago Blackhawks, NHL)
Vadim Shipachyov  “A”
Evgeni Dadonov
Nikita Gusev
Sergei Plotnikov
Alexander Barabanov (all - SKA St Petersburg, KHL)
Vladislav Namestnikov
Nikita Kucherov (both - Tampa Bay Lightning, NHL)
Sergei Mozyakin  “C”  (Metallurg Magnitogorsk, KHL)
Vladimir Tkachyov (Ak Bars Kazan, KHL)
Ivan Telegin
Sergei Andronov
Valeri Nichushkin
Andrei Svetlakov
Kirill Kaprizov (all - CSKA Moscow, KHL)
Roman Lyubimov (Philadelphia Flyers, NHL)

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On this day five years ago (September 7, 2011) at 12:02 UTS (16:02 MSK) near the Russian city of Yaroslavl crashed the passenger plane Yak-47 with the hockey team “Lokomotiv” Yaroslavl on board.

The aircraft ran off the runway before lifting off, struck a tower mast, caught fire, crashed 2 km from Tunoshna Airport at the Volga River bank and exploded. 

Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, a member of the Kontinental Hockey League, was on its way to Belarus to start the 2011–12 season with a match against Dynamo Minsk. All players from the main roster and four from the youth team were on board the aircraft. 

Of the 45 men, 43 died immediately at the crash site. One of the two rescued from the wreck, forward Alexander Galimov, died five days later in hospital. Only the avionics flight engineer, Alexander Sizov, survived. 

Every year on this day we recall them all. We remember those, who will never come back and who will not come out again on the ice of “Arena 2000”.

Hockey players: Vitaly Anikeyenko (24, Russia, defense); Mikhail Balandin (31, Russia, defense); Gennady Churilov (24, Russia, forward); Pavol Demitra (36, Slovakia, forward); Robert Dietrich (25, Germany, defense); Alexander Galimov (26, Russia, forward); Marat Kalimulin (23, Russia, defense); Alexander Kalyanin (23, Russia, forward); Andrei Kiryukhin (24, Russia, forward); Nikita Klyukin (21, Russia, forward); Stefan Liv (30, Sweden, goaltender); Jan Marek (31, Czech Republic, forward); Sergei Ostapchuk (21, Belarus, forward); Karel Rachůnek (32, Czech Republic, defense); Ruslan Salei (36, Belarus, defense); Maxim Shuvalov (18, Russia, defense); Kārlis Skrastiņš (37, Latvia, defense); Pavel Snurnitsyn (19, Russia, forward); Daniil Sobchenko (20, Russia, forward); Ivan Tkachenko (31, Russia, forward); Pavel Trakhanov (33, Russia, defense); Yuri Urychev (20, Russia, defense); Josef Vašíček (30, Czech Republic, forward); Alexander Vasyunov (23, Russia, forward); Alexander Vyukhin (38, Ukraine, goaltender); Artem Yarchuk (21, Russia, forward).

Team staff: Yuri Bakhvalov (47, Physician/Massage Therapist); Aleksandr Belyaev (48, Equipment Manager/Massage Therapist); Alexander Karpovtsev (41, Assistant Coach); Igor Korolev (41, Assistant Coach); Nikolai Krivonosov (31, Fitness Coach); Yevgeni Kunnov (Massage Therapist); Vyacheslav Kuznetsov (Massage Therapist); Brad McCrimmon (52, Head Coach); Vladimir Piskunov (52, Administrator);
Yevgeni Sidorov (Coach-Analyst); Andrei Zimin (Team Doctor).

And we remember those, who lost their lives, performing their duties.

Flight crew: Nadezhda Maksumova (Flight attendant); Vladimir Matyushin (Flight engineer); Elena Sarmatova (Flight attendant); Elena Shavina (Flight attendant); Andrei Solomentsev (Captain); Igor Zhivelov (First Officer); Sergei Zhuravlev (First Officer).

We wish some days had never happened. We wish some days to be erased. Sometimes life is unfair and cruel. But we want to believe that all these souls are calm in heaven. They will never be forgotten.

We pay tribute to the team that should not has left so tragically. 

They will always be with us on the ice. 

Rest in peace.