6 Burst results for "Genzel"
AP News Radio
Kreider scores twice in 3rd as Rangers ice Penguins 4-2
"Chris kreider provided a pair of goals in the third period of the rangers four two win over the penguins. Cried a broke a two two deadlock with 8 15 remaining and added an empty netter, his 30th goal of the season. His go ahead goal came about two and a half minutes after Jake genzel tied the game for Pittsburgh. Micah's about a jet and Tyler mod also scored in the rangers 8th win in their last ten home games. Zabana Chad has 35 goals. The outcome keeps the penguins and islanders in a tie for the two Eastern Conference wild card births. I'm Dave ferry.
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Islanders rally in the third for 4-2 win over Penguins
"Behind three third period goals, the islanders rallied from down two one to beat the penguins four two, Bo horvat tied the game at two before Anders leap with the aisles ahead, less than two minutes later. That's a full team win. I'm really proud of our guys tonight. We could have gone another way. And we pushed through and we took control and were able to come out with just a big one. Brock Nelson scored twice for New York, which hot Pittsburgh in the Eastern Conference wild card race. Jake genzel and Jason Zucker scored for the penguins, losers of three straight, Josh Valtteri, Pittsburgh.
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Guentzel, Kapanen fuel rally as Penguins slip by Vegas 4-3
"The penguins scored twice in the third period to hand the golden knights just their second regulation loss in 13 road games this season. Four to three. Jake ensel and kasperi kapanen tallied one 52 apart to give the pens a victory in their first game since defenseman Chris la Tang suffered a stroke on Monday. Genzel tied it 7 33 into the final period, kapanen gave Pittsburgh, its first lead of the night. The last game I played before. You know, I got healthy and I missed that wide open that. It was time to just get feeling put in. Brock mcginn and Ricardo Raquel also scored for the penguins. Jack eichel had a goal and an assist for Vegas. I'm Dave ferry.
The Hockey PDOcast
"genzel" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast
"Seconds, he wins an offensive zone draw, but he doesn't win a cleaning necessarily. He kind of like wins the initial battle, he hits it back to his defenseman at the point. And then while that defenseman staking the shot, the center he took the draw against, you can tell is like, oh man, I'm head to head on cine Crosby. I got to get a body on this guy because I know he's going to try to make himself available for a tip. And instead of allowing him to do that, Crosby absorbs the contact, spins off of him, goes to the net. He gets a rebound chance. It doesn't go in with danville art makes great save. He kicks it to himself behind the net, and then in one motion hits it back out into the slot to record for like a great a scoring chance. From an angle that no one should have been able to pass that puck. I didn't think the puck could physically. It looks like it went under the net. It really does. Yeah. And so that was like, you see everything. You see like kind of like, it was clearly sort of like a set play in terms of like, this is what I want to try to do. I'm going to win this draw, get it back there, do this. And the rebound, the second effort, the third effort, the past, the instincts, everything, and it was just so beautiful. And I was like, I should repost it on Twitter just because it's like, I want everyone to see what it is because it's so it's very nerdy and niche and I wasn't even a goal, but it was like everything that's beautiful about sneak Crosby in 2022. When you sent me the clip, the first thing I noticed was the spin move. That was my favorite part of the whole thing. And just like that, I have a lot of fun watching he and Jake gensel do that because Jake and genzel, he's really good at Dimitri's putting a hand on someone. So Jake guentzel will intentionally make contact with you as sort of like a sensory thing to let you know he's there and then after he does that he'll move away and he'll back off or he'll sneak around you and you you know you've just felt him there. You know, you know as if you're not looking, you know, Crosby works from behind the goal line so much, right? And if you're a defenseman, that's where your eye is going to go, right? You're going to be watching him. So if you've got gensel behind you, you know, he's going to give you that nudge to let you know, is there, and then kind of push off and get open. And the two of them work off each other in just such a beautiful way. You can see that really got that coach's son instinct, right? Like where his dad has done so much. I think for him and his development and taught him how to find these pockets and these soft spots in the ice. The two of them do to do it so well. But the spin move was that was my favorite part. This is Sidney crystal we're talking about everyone knows he's out there, right? Everyone knows that they've actually set him up a lot demetri. I don't know if you've noticed this in the tape where he's not taking the draw now. So they'll move him to Jake guentzel's spot.
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Penguins beat rival Capitals 4-1 to end 7-game losing streak
"The penguins scored three second period goals in Casey to Smith made 24 saves as Pittsburgh snapped a 7 game losing streak beating the capitals four to one The pens got goals from Jason Zucker Brock mcginn and Jeff petry to lead three zero after two periods Mcginn said it felt good to break the slide I think everybody in here is happy about that I think we've been taking some good strides the last couple of games to try and get this win And I think everybody's a little relieved and happy that we came out tonight and got one After Marcus Johansson scored for the caps and the third Jake genzel added an empty netter he also had an assist Craig heist Washington
The Naked Scientists
"genzel" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"Right, yep. There have been 502 men and 50 women so far. The longest spacewalk yet, a whopping 9 hours though, now that accolade does go to a woman that was pioneered by Susan helms in 2001, I could say helmed by Susan Hobbs in 2001 and also another claim to fame naked scientists contributed Jessica Meyer ended up walking in space. So a lot of big names appear on the naked scientists. Okay, over to you. Question two for team two, one of the unsung heroes of paleontology is Mary anning, and in 1811 she found a fossil unlike any other that had been seen before. This was in Lyme Regis. It was 5.2 meters long, but was it a pterodactyl, a megalodon or an ichthyosaur? What do you reckon Colin and Lou? Pretty confident it's an ichthyosaur. I've been down to the Jurassic coast before and yeah, I think I remember this one. Solid confident answer, and you're absolutely right. It is indeed ichthyosaur, that word means fish lizard. These were the reptile inhabitants of the seas, pterosaurs, of course, glided in the air dinosaurs were walking on the land all around at the same time. Ichthyosaurs looked like modern day dolphins a bit, except they had absolutely massive teeth. The smallest one, though, about one meter long, the biggest one, a shy dinosaurus, wonderful name, 23 meters in length, but law listeners to the program will remember us reporting just last month about the largest ichthyosaur specimen that's now been found in Britain. It was over ten meters long, so pretty fearsome beast. Right, we're level pegging both teams on a point apiece onto round two. This is a Nobel Prize is one of our team members might have an advantage here. Question one, this is for team one, Cantor and rob. Four women have won Nobel Prizes in physics since 1901, Andrea ges is the latest female to be awarded the prize. She got that in 2020, but what did she discover? Was it the black hole at the center of the Milky Way? Was it the creation of a chirped pulse amplification also known as the CPA, or did she discover the mass of a neutrino? What do you think? I'm just going to be guessing content. I think it was a black hole that she did. You're going black hole? Yes, Andrew getz received the 2020 Nobel Prize in physics alongside roger Penrose and reinhard genzel for their work on black holes. Her work and gentles were provided the most solid evidence yet for the existence of a supermassive black hole we call it Sagittarius a star, you put a star on a black hole name, but that's at the center of the Milky Way galaxy. Right, well done to you, another point. Over to team two, who are Colin and Lou, Marie Curie, won the Nobel Prize for the discovery of the highly radioactive elements radium and polonium, but which of these would give you the biggest dose of radiation if you had one. A, living in Cornwall, B, a chest x-ray, or C, a bag of Brazil nuts. Biggest dose of radiation. It's quite a lot of mind and stuff down in Cornwall. There's a lot of, yeah, there's a lot of stuff done that could be giving a lot of those radiation. So you think probably wouldn't be the chest x-ray, right? So it's either the Brazil nuts or coma, would you reckon? Brazil nuts have a lot of selenium, but I don't know what that has to do with radioactivity. I would have to go with the first answer. Quite right, living in Cornwall is the biggest risk factor on that list, but they're not all nuts if you excuse me pun. The average UK citizen gets about 2.7 millisieverts, which is a measure of radiation dose. Per year, just from natural sources. A chest x-ray and a bag of Brazil nuts actually give you about the same dose of radiation. It's about .01 millisievert. But here's the kicker. If you live in Cornwall, your dose annually is about 6.9 milliseconds. So nearly three times your background exposure across the UK. And that puts you on par with having an annual chest CT scan, which is a very big dose of radiation, and back to team one who are canton rob for round three. Question one, Sylvia earle was a pioneer of ocean exploration, and she was the first hero for the planet to be known by Time Magazine. She accrued over 6000 hours underwater. But which of these is the only true fact about scuba diving? A, after ten meters down, you can't see yellow or red. B, nitrogen narcosis, otherwise known as the bends, kicks in at ten meters underwater. And the buoyancy of air in a scuba tank means that divers need a weight belt to hold them down underwater, which is the true answer from those three. So as a scuba diver, I know that nitrogen narcosis doesn't necessarily kick in at ten meters, not guaranteed, and it can be delayed so much later. And it's not the air in the tank, but mostly in your lungs and suit that create the buoyancy. Does that leave us with the first one? Ten meters seems very early too. Stop seeing colors. You're going to have to pick one. Let's go with a nitrogen narcosis. The answer is actually a you can't see yellows and reds, at least properly. Once you get more than ten meters underwater, you'll appear to be bleeding a black color. And the reason for this is that water strongly absorbs light at the red end of the spectrum. The bond between water molecules is strongly attenuating of red wavelengths. And so as you go further underwater, you remove more and more red light from the light that's coming through the water, and this means there's virtually no red light left to bounce back at your eye from the red in your blood. Making anything that's that color look black. Nitrogen narcosis does kick in from about 20 meters really. I mean, obviously you can say and you're sort of right there Cantor that as soon as you go underwater you're beginning to dissolve more nitrogen in your bloodstream, but most people are all right until they get to at least 20 meters. And you are quite right with your physics. The air and a scuba tank is very heavily compressed, which means it actually weighs more than the water that the tank is pushing out of the way, so it's actually negatively buoyant. In other words, it sinks. That was really good science. You may Colin and Lou have a chance to clinch this one. Jane Goodall is best known, of course, for her time, spent studying chimpanzee families, but what name other than troop do we give to a group of baboons? Is it a, a flange, B, sleuth, or C, a coalition? A group of baboons, which are those three. So Lou, there's a famous Rowan Atkinson sketch. Where he calls them a flange of baboons, and I think they actually adopted the name flange from the Rowan Atkinson sketch. And let's go with it. I love the logic. That Rowan Atkinson educates the world in science. Very, very good. It is a flange. Yep, it's a flagship baboons. It is a sleuth of bears, and the coalition. Any takers? Cheetahs. Cheetah. I think it should be a deception of cheetahs myself, but that's just me. So that means you guys got three out of three and the naked scientist big brain of the week award goes to team two very well done Colin and Lou. Let's give him a round of applause. Mainly Colin. In this episode, I'm joined by four super scientists who are answering all your science questions and sharing their expertise. I have with me AI expert Cantor de hell, best biologist rob Dunn, cosmic astronomy writer connoisseur, and Nobel laureate Liu ignaz. Now back to our mystery sound, remember it sounds like this..