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CSGO ESL Pro League Season 15: G2 vs LookingForOrg | March 9 7:30 PM

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CSGO ESL Pro League Season 15: G2 vs LookingForOrg | March 9 7:30PM


In the opening match of the ESL Pro League S15 Group Stage, G2 will play against LookingForOrg tonight, March 9 at 7:30 PM. 

G2 are fresh line-up for the next season. The guys have played well and have won numerous games impressively. The team's stale "NIKO-dependent" approach has acquired fresh vitality under the guidance of youthful Finnish captain "Aleksib." The team's play has also been boosted by the youthful, aggressive sharpshooter. 


G2 are the crowd favorites and, by all measures, should win sans losing a game. Only the large hole in the map area at vertigo and overpass should cause the team embarrassment. So far, this appears to be the weak spot, and stronger opponents will defeat them there. Regardless, the opening game versus Australia should be uneventful. G2 should be able to outperform their opponent 'in class.' 


The addition of Aleksi "Aleksib" Virolainen as captain is the most recent change to the team. Ilya "m0NESY" Osipov, a youthful sniper, is also a newcomer to the current line-up. As head coach, Rémy "XTQZZZZ" Quoniam is guiding the team. 


LookingForOrg advanced for the competition by participating in the Australian qualifying competition (ESEA Premier S38 AU). They finished in first place and won the chance to compete here after defeating tough players of the tier-2 scene. The team's first and most important objective was to eventually find an organization. Taking part in this tournament gives them the chance to build a name for themselves and get the attention of the organization's top brass. They'll gain a lot of experience participating in events like this because they'll be up against a tough opponent in the first round. The Australians will have to establish their worth, and even if they don't win, they must emerge victorious. 


The guys have been a part of their roster for over a year. 



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17 hours ago, Mary C said:

NHL: Colorado Avalanche vs Vancouver Canucks | 24 March, 9:30 AM 



C | Nathan MacKinnon 

LW | Valeri Nichushkin 

RW | Mikko Rantanen 

LD | Devon Toews 

RD | Cale Makar 

G | Philipp Grubauer 



C | J.T. Miller 

LW | Tanner Pearson 

RW | Conor Garland 

LD | Oliver Ekman-Larsson 

RD | Tyler Myers 

G | Thatcher Demko 


For the NHL lineup this Thursday, we look forward to a matchup between the heavily favored Colorado Avalanche and the Vancouver Canucks at the Ball Arena. With the 45-13-5 record of Avalanche and 30-26-8 record Of Canucks, we expect for both teams to bring the heat on ice for this Western Conference showdown.  

The Colorado Avalanche are looking strong as ever, ranking first in the Western Conference, with a total of 241 goals, 413 assists, and 654 points. They currently have a 4-game winning streak, outscoring their opponents and recording two shutouts. With a record of 3-0-1 in their last four games at home and 25-3-3 overall at home, they are not about to let the next match against the Canucks be their downfall, especially now that they hold the commanding lead in the Central Division with 95 points. Nathan McKinnon was able to bring the team closer to victory by scoring the game-winner 52 seconds into the extra session, marking his 22nd goal for this year. Mikko Rantanen also scored eight points and four goals from his last five games. He is currently the leader for the club with his 31 goals and 75 points. With these top performers combined, Colorado is averaging 3.83 goals per game, ranked as second in the NHL. 


The Vancouver Canucks are entering this game against the Colorado Avalanche coming off a 2-3-2 seven-game homestand, where they lost the last three of the games. The team is currently 11th in the Western Conference, with a record of 180 goals, 300 assists, and 480 points. Last Monday, they were defeated by the Buffalo Sabres with a final record of 3-2. In total, they are 4-4-2 for this month which places them at 5th in the Pacific Division. The team has a record of 16-13-3 on the road. J.T. Miller was able to make his 25th goal, while Bo Horvat made his 23rd this season when Canucks rallied twice in an attempt to catch up against Buffalo. Currently, Miller has six points and five assists from the last five games. He leads the Canucks in points, having made 75. The team has an average of 2.81 goals per game, ranked 21st in the NHL. 


With the Colorado Avalanche seemingly unstoppable, our bets are on them for this matchup. The Avalanche managed to defeat the Canucks for both of their meetings this season, and they also have a record of 6-2-2 in their last ten meetings. It is highly likely that they will perform similarly in the upcoming match.  


9:30 AM (PST), March 24, 2022, Ball Arena, Denver, Colorado   

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