Worldwide International Game Previews Of The World: 27 March 2013

by J.R.

WWIGPOTW is a look at the day’s Conference III games for III Communication readers from around the world. Today, we welcome our visitors from Turkey.

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Coyotes at Wild, 8 PM Central (Çakallar karşı Vahşi, 3 AM)

Records: Coyotes (13-15-4, 30 points, 5th in Pacific); Wild (19-10-2, 40 points, 2nd in Northwest, 2nd in Conference III)

Last Time They Met: Dany Heatley had gol çifti for Minnesota in a 4-3 win in the çöl February 28.

Last 10: Phoenix 2-7-1; Minnesota 8-2-0

Did You Know? There are no coyotes in Turkey, being indigenous to North America as they are. There are jackals in Turkey filling the same ecological role. Also: Wild Turkey. C’mon, of course.

Keep An Göz On: Finlandiya’dan kaptan Mikko Koivu has five goals and 11 assists as the Wild have won 11 of their last 14.

What They’re Saying: The Batman governor’s office and Batman municipality both denied responsibility for the incident. The Governor’s office asked the municipality about the incident, and the municipality in turn told the governor’s office that they did not make the change and it was governorate’s responsibility. Batman Gov. Yılmaz Arslan said the information must be received from the municipality. However, Batman Deputy Mayor Serhat Temel said they do not bear responsibility for the incident, adding that the municipality is responsible for changing texts on the streets. .— “Atatürk’s aphorism on Turkishness replaced with one promoting peace” from Hürriyet.

Avalanche at Flames, 9 PM Central (Çığ karşı Alevler, 4 AM)

Records: Avalanche (11-16-4, 26 points, 5th in Northwest, 7th in Conference III); Flames (12-15-4, 26 points, 4th in Northwest)

Last Time They Met: Calgary scored three times in the dönemde açılması but Colorado rallied, scoring three times in the final period themselves for a 5-4 win February 28 in Denver.

Last 10: Colorado 3-7-0; Calgary 3-7-0

Did You Know? Turkey experiences a large number of avalanches, mostly in eastern Anatolia. Yanartaş is the site of dozens of small, constant fires, burning from vents in the side of a mountain.

Keep An Göz On: PA Parenteau is scoring a point per game, with otuz bir in otuz bir.

What They’re Saying: Children attending a kindergarten in the northwestern province of Bartın escaped serious injury today after a fireman accidentally ignited a gas cylinder during a fire exercise. The cylinder was set on fire to show the children extinguishing techniques, but the firefighters were criticized for demonstrating the measures to close to the pupils and for creating the risk of an explosion.— “Firemen put burning gas cylinder on fire near kids” from Hürriyet.

Ed.’s Note: The scheduling geniuses at the NHL have let a Wednesday go without scheduling two Conference III teams squaring off, so no Arbitrary Rivalry Wednesday this week. Enjoy last week’s though!

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