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Tri-City Americans vs. Victoria Royals October 11th, 2019 – Toyota Center | Kennewick, WA Victoria Royals

Tri-City Americans No.

Name

YOB

99

31

Talyn Boyko

02

Brock Gould

01

35

Beck Warm

99

2

Jacob Herauf

00

4

Ian Ferguson *

02

4 5 7 8 9 10 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 34

Will Warm Mitch Prowse Noah Lamb * Nolan Bentham * Matthew Smith Logan Doust Nolan Jones Carson Miller Sean Gulka Tarun Fizer River Fahey Ty Yoder Alex Bolshakov * Keanu Derungs * Gary Haden Carson Golder * Graeme Bryks Phillip Shultz Riley Gannon * Brandon Cutler Kaid Oliver

99 00 02 03 00 01 01 00 01 01 01 02 02 02 99 03 01 00 02 00 00

5 6 9 12 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 32 34 37 39 41

Mitchell Brown Jarod Newell Tom Cadieux Sam Huo Jan Cikhart * Nick Bowman Kaden Kohle Connor Bouchard Krystof Hrabik Bryan McAndrews Parker Bell * Tyson Greenway * Edge Lambert * Kyle Olson Landon Roberts * Wil Kushniryk Marc Lajoie * Paycen Bjorklund Nikita Krivokrazov Sasha Mutala Jayden Platz Booker Daniel * Samuel Stewart

01 02 02 01 02 00 02 01 99 01 03 03 01 99 02 00 03 00 00 01 00 01 00

No.

Name

YOB

1

Shane Farkas

33

DRAFT

President & GM: Cameron Hope Assistant GM: Jeff Harris Head Coach: Dan Price Assistant Coach: Doug Bodger Assistant Coach: J.F. Best Equipment Manager: Matt Auerbach Athletic Therapist: JT Ward

Governor/GM: Bob Tory Head Coach: Kelly Buchberger Assistant Coach: Brian Pellerin Equipment Manager: Innes Mackie Athletic Therapist: Zach Fournier Athletic Therapist: Zach Fournier

OFFICIALS Referees: Stephen CAMPBELL and Jeff INGRAM Linesmen: Trevor BEATON and Rance HUGHES

DRAFT

SJ Signed

COL 19


WESTERN CONFERENCE

EASTERN CONFERENCE

B.C. Division Kamloops Blazers Kelowna Rockets Prince George Cougars Vancouver Giants Victoria Royals

East Division Brandon Wheat Kings Moose Jaw Warriors Prince Albert Raiders Regina Pats Saskatoon Blades Winnipeg ICE

U.S. Division Everett Silvertips Portland Winterhawks Seattle Thunderbirds Spokane Chiefs Tri-City Americans

ABOUT THE WHL

Central Division Calgary Hitmen Edmonton Oil Kings Lethbridge Hurricanes Medicine Hat Tigers Red Deer Rebels Swift Current Broncos

The Western Hockey League started with just seven teams based in the provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta in 1966. Today, the WHL has representation in all four Western Canadian provinces and the U.S. states of Oregon and Washington. The WHL now consists of 22 member Clubs with 17 based in Canadian markets and five in the U.S. Pacific Northwest. The WHL is a member of the Canadian Hockey League (CHL) whose membership is comprised of three major junior hockey leagues: Ontatio Hockey League (OHL), Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) and the Western Hockey League (WHL). At the conclusion of each League’s playoffs, the CHL hosts the Memorial Cup Presented by Kia, a national championship tournament involving each of the three Leagues’ Champions and the tournament host. The WHL is regarded as one of the finest development Leagues in the world today. Each season, the WHL is one of the top Leagues from which players are selected from in the NHL Draft. Currently, 20% of all NHL players are graduates of the WHL. The WHL is also a leading provider of post-secondary scholarships with over 400 scholarships awarded each year to current and graduate WHL players, more than any other League in North America.


MESSAGE FROM WHL COMMISSIONER RON ROBISON WELCOME TO THE 2019-20 WHL SEASON FROM WHL COMMISSIONER RON ROBISON Calgary, Alta. – The dawn of a new Western Hockey League season is here and we are thrilled to be witness to the world’s premier junior hockey players as they showcase their talents in each of our 22 markets across Western Canada and the U.S. Pacific Northwest.   This marks the 54 th  season in WHL history, and as always, the WHL Player Experience is paramount for WHL Clubs. On and off the ice, WHL Clubs are entrenched in ensuring WHL players receive world-class coaching and competition together with North America’s most comprehensive WHL Scholarship and education program. The WHL’s Players First support services continue to allow players to develop in a safe and positive environment.    In the 25 th  year of the WHL Scholarship, records were shattered for the sixth consecutive season, as 405 WHL graduates accessed their WHL Scholarship during the 2018-19 academic year. The WHL Scholarship continues to provide an unparalleled educational avenue for WHL graduates driven to achieve their academic goals. Of the 405 WHL graduates who accessed their WHL Scholarship, close to 200 continued their hockey development by playing Canadian University hockey at the U SPORTS level this past season.   The 2019 NHL Draft also provided reason for celebration as 28 WHL players, including seven in the first round, heard their name called on home ice in Vancouver. The 28 WHL players represent the largest number of players selected from any one developmental league in the world at the 2019 NHL Draft, reaffirming the WHL’s position as a leading producer of NHL talent.   The 2019-20 WHL season will see many high calibre events on display in WHL territory. The WHL Cup will return to Calgary in October 2019, showcasing the top prospects in the system from the 2019 WHL Bantam Draft class. The 2019 CIBC Canada Russia Series lands in Saskatoon and Prince Albert in November, as Team WHL faces the Russian National Team in a preview of the 2020 World Junior Championship. Finally, the Memorial Cup, Presented by Kia, returns to Western Canada for the third time in five years, as the Canadian Hockey League’s best from the WHL, Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, and Ontario Hockey League take to the ice in Kelowna in May 2020.   The WHL is very fortunate to have some of the most loyal fans in the game. Through your passion and loyalty, combined with the ongoing support of our corporate partners, broadcasters, and media, the WHL is once again in a position to provide our players with an unmatched world class experience.     The 2019-20 WHL season is poised to be thrilling as our 22 member Clubs compete for a playoff berth and opportunity to capture the Ed Chynoweth Cup. We look forward to another very exciting season of WHL hockey as you cheer on your favourite Club throughout the season.   About the Western Hockey League Regarded as the world’s finest development league for junior hockey players, the Western Hockey League (WHL) head office is based in Calgary, Alberta. The WHL consists of 22 member Clubs with 17 located in Western Canada and five in the U.S. Pacific Northwest. A member of the Canadian Hockey League, the WHL has been a leading supplier of talent for the National Hockey League for over 50 years. The WHL is also the leading provider of hockey scholarships with over 350 graduates each year receiving WHL Scholarships to pursue a post-secondary education of their choice. Each season, WHL players also form the nucleus of Canada’s National Junior Hockey Team. Ron Robison Commissioner Western Hockey League


HOCKEY OPERATIONS STAFF

KELLY BUCHBERGER

HEAD COACH 2ndSeason

BRIAN PELLERIN

ASSOCIATE COACH 6th Season

INNES MACKIE

EQUIPMENT MANAGER 11th Season

ELI WILSON

GOALTENDING COACH 3rd Season

ZACHARY FOURNIER

ATHLETIC THERAPIST 6th Season


TRI-CITY AMERICANS 2019-20

* Rookie

NO. 22 29 19 16 15 39 23 20 12 17 32 27 24 34 25 26

FORWARDS Bell, Parker * Bjorklund, Paycen Bouchard, Connor Bowman, Nick Cikhart, Jan * Daniel, Booker * Greenway, Tyson * Hrabik, Krystof Huo, Samuel Kohle, Kaden Krivokrasov, Nikita Kushniryk, Wil Lambert, Edge * Mutala, Sasha Olson, Kyle Roberts, Landon *

POS F RW C C LW LW C C C C LW LW RW RW C LW

SH L R L L L L L L R R L L R R R L

HT 6'3 5'11 5'7 5'11 6'3 6'1 6'1 6'4 6'4 6'3 5'10 6'5 6'0 6'1 5'11 6'3

WT 187 181 160 196 190 175 175 218 197 192 200 207 195 195 178 200

HOMETOWN Campbell River, BC Grande Prairie, AB Cochrane, AB Sherwood Park, AB Praha, CZE Vanderhoof, BC St. Albert, AB Praha, CZE Richmond, BC Cudworth, SK Westminster, CO Chilliwack, BC Grande Prairie, AB Vancouver, BC Calgary, AB Souris, MB

D.O.B. Sep. 26/03 Dec. 11/00 Mar. 14/01 Mar. 13/00 Jan. 19/02 Aug. 13/01 Jan. 15/03 Sep. 24/99 July 13/01 Jan. 14/02 Dec. 23/00 Jan. 27/00 Sep. 1/01 May 6/01 Mar. 22/99 May 27/02

18-19 Season North Island Silvertips AMERICANS AMERICANS Sherwood Park Crusaders Bili Tygri Liberec Cariboo Cougars St. Albert Raiders AMERICANS AMERICANS AMERICANS Corpus Christi IceRays AMERICANS Grande Prairie Storm Midget AMERICANS AMERICANS S.W. Cougars Midget

LEAGUE BCMML WHL WHL AJHL Czech U19 BCMML AMHL WHL WHL WHL NAHL WHL AMHL WHL WHL MMHL

GP 39 56 68 31 40 26 34 63 65 56 32 59 33 65 62 46

G

NO. 5 9 4 28 21 6 37 41

DEFENSEMEN Brown, Mitchell Cadieux, Tom Ferguson, Ian * Lajoie, Marc * McAndrews, Bryan Newell, Jarod Platz, Jayden Stewart, Samuel

POS RD RD LD LD LD RD RD LD

SH R R L L L R R L

HT 6'3 6'0 5'11 6'4 6'5 6'2 6'4 6'0

WT 213 174 175 232 222 211 210 180

HOMETOWN Salmon Arm, BC Saskatoon, SK Missouri City, TX St. Albert, AB Edmonton, AB Wainwright, AB St. Albert, AB Winnipeg, MB

D.O.B. June 25/01 Sep. 11/02 Mar. 8/02 May 21/03 Feb. 21/01 Feb. 4/02 May 6/00 June 28/00

18-19 Season AMERICANS AMERICANS Dallas Stars U16 Nothern Alberta Xtreme AMERICANS AMERICANS Sherwood Pk. Crusaders AMERICANS

LEAGUE WHL WHL T1EHL CSSHL WHL WHL AJHL WHL

GP 58 54 30 35 47 44 37 66

G

HT 6'6 6'0

WT HOMETOWN 185 Drumheller, AB 172 Whistler, BC

D.O.B. Oct. 16/02 Apr. 22/99

19-20 Season AMERICANS AMERICANS

LEAGUE WHL WHL

GP 10 61

GAA SVS% 5.295 0.862 2.938 0.916

NO. GOALTENDERS 31 Boyko, Talyn 35 Warm, Beck HOCKEY STAFF

Governor/GM Head Coach Asst. Coach

POS SH G G

Bob Tory Kelly Buchberger Brian Pellerin

Head Scout/Asst. GM Athletic Therapist Equipment Manager Goaltending Coach

Roy Stasiuk Zach Fournier Innes Mackie Eli Wilson

11 5 7 16 18 17 11 21 6 0 7 3 21 20 21 13

4 0 3 11 0 1 0 0

A

A

21 5 24 18 13 21 7 30 10 1 6 0 14 21 49 7

PTS 32 10 31 34 31 38 18 51 16 1 13 3 35 41 70 20

PIM 57 17 56 28 36 20 72 53 36 8 86 28 48 28 112 48

NHL DRAFT Eligible 20 Eligible 20 Eligible 20 Eligible 20 Eligible 20 Eligible 20 Eligible 21 Free Agent Eligible 20 Eligible 20 Eligible 20 Eligible 20 Eligible 20 COL 19 Free Agent Elibigle 20

12 4 3 24 1 1 9 18

PTS 16 4 6 35 1 2 9 18

PIM 42 18 51 54 17 15 70 14

NHL DRAFT Eligible 20 Eligible 20 Eligible 20 Eligible 21 Eligible 20 Eligible 20 Eligible 20 Eligible 20

Pronunciation pay-son bee-york-lund boo-shard yahn ceek-hart

hRAH-beek who-oh Cole ni-KEE-tuh kree-voh-krass-ov

koosh-NAIR-ik SASH-uh mew-tal-uh

Pronunciation KAH-doo lay-zhwah

plats

NHL DRAFT Pronunciation Eligible 20 "Talon" Free Agent


OCTOBER 11TH, 2019 - 7:05 PM PT - AMERICANS VS VICTORIA - TOYOTA CENTER GAME #83 | RADIO: NEWSTALK 870 AM KFLD

NOTEWORTHY: LAST GAME: (7-1 L) The Spokane Chiefs spoiled the Americans home opener last Saturday with a decisive 7-1 victory in Tri-City. Rookie Marc Lajoie netted the night’s only goal for the Americans, marking his first in the WHL. Spokane scored on 3 of their 7 power play opportunities, a season high PPG for Tri-City. Beck Warm played all 60 minutes in net stopping 26 of 33 shots faced for the Americans. CENTRAL SCOUTING: American rookies Jan Cikhart and Ian Ferguson were named to NHL Central Scouting’s October Watchlist released on Monday. Both players received a ‘C’ rating indicating a potential fourth-, fifth-, or sixth-round pick in the 2020 NHL Draft. PRO CAMPS: Kyle Olson and Krystof Hrabik returned to Tri-City from their respective pro camps last week. Olson attended camp with the Buffalo Sabres and then spent preseason with their AHL affiliate, Rochester Americans. Hrabik attended camp with the St. Louis Blues, and then was invited to camp with the San Jose Sharks. On Thursday October 3rd he signed a 2 year contract with the Sharks’ AHL affiliate, SJ Barracuda. Hrabik played two preseason games for the Barracuda, collecting two goals.

LAST 5 GAMES: TC vs SPO 10/05/19 (7-1 SPO) TC @ KEL 10/02/19 (6-1 KEL) TC @ SPO 09/29/19 (3-0 TC) TC @ SEA 09/27/19 (3-1 TC) TC @ POR 09/21/19 (6-1 POR) NEXT 5 GAMES: TC vs PG 10/12/19 TC @ EVT 10/18/19 TC vs SEA 10/19/19 TC vs BDN 10/22/19 TC vs PA 10/25/19 LAST 10 GAMES: 3-3-0-0 STREAK: 0-2-0-0

Three players attended pro camps returning before the start of the regular season: Mitchell Brown (MIN), Sasha Mutala (COL), and Beck Warm (WSH). 2019-20 TEAM COMPARISONS TRI-CITY AMERICANS

VICTORIA ROYALS

RECORD: 3-3-0-0 (6 PTS)

RECORD: 2-3-0-0 (4 PTS)

GOALS FOR: 13

GOALS FOR: 9

GOALS AGAINST: 22

GOALS AGAINST: 17

POWER PLAY: 6/23 (26.09%)

POWER PLAY: 4/12 (19.05%)

PENALTY KILL: 68/23 (24.24%)

PENALTY KILL: 6/24 (25%)

2019 PLAYOFFS: WESTERN CONFERENCE QUARTER FINAL (DEFEATED BY EVT 4-1)

2019 PLAYOFFS: WESTERN CONFERENCE SEMI FINAL (DEFEATED 4-0 BY VAN)

LEADING SCORERS:

LEADING SCORERS:

#34 SASHA MUTALA (3G, 5A) 8 PTS

#22 KEANU DERUNGS (2G, 2A) 4 PTS

#12 SAM HUO (3G,12A) 4 PTS

#34 KAID OLIVER (0G, 3A) 3 PTS

#15 JAN CIKHART (1G, 2A) 3 PTS

#10 LOGAN DOUST (1G, 2A) 3 PTS

#29 PAYCEN BJORKLUND (1G, 2A) 3 PTS

#2 JACOB HERAUF (1G, 2A) 3 PTS

SEASON SCHEDULE VS. VIC GAME 1: VS VIC 10/11/19 GAME 2: VS VIC 10/29/19 GAME 3: VS SPO 11/16/19 GAME 4: AT SPO 12/07/19 LAST 5 YEARS VS VIC: 9-6-0-1 LAST 5 YEARS @ TC: 5-2-0-1 2018-19 REGULAR SEASON VIC 2-1-0-1 TC 2-2-0-0


2019-20 STATISTICAL LEADERS GOALS: Huo, Mutala (3) ASSISTS: Sasha Mutala (6) POINTS: Sasha Mutala (9) PENALTY MINUTES: Dom Schmiemann (11) SHORT-HANDED GOALS: -SHOTS ON GOAL: Sasha Mutala (18)

PLUS/MINUS: Sam Stewart (2) POWER PLAY GOALS: Sam Huo (3) POWER PLAY ASSISTS: Sasha Mutala (4) GAME-WINNING GOALS: Bjorklund, Mutala, Huo (1) GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE: Warm 3.602) SAVE PERCENTAGE: Warm (0.896)

SCORING Most Goals Scored – Game: 4 (9/20 @ EVT) Most Goals Scored – Period: 3 (9/20 @ EVT) Most Goals Allowed – Game: 7 (10/05 vs. SPO) Most Goals Allowed – Period: 4 (Twice) Largest Margin Of Victory – 3 (9/28 @ SPO) Largest Margin Of Defeat – 6 (10/05 vs. SPO) Most PP Goals – 2 (Three Times) Most PP Opportunities – 5 (9/21 @ POR) Most PP Goals Against – 3 (10/05 vs. SPO) Most PP Opportunities Against – 7 (10/05 vs. SPO)

2019-20 TRI-CITY RECORD AGAINST U.S. Division – 3-2-0-0 B.C. Division – 0-1-0-0 Western Conference – 3-3-0-0 Central Division – East Division – Eastern Conference –

SHOOTING Most Shots Taken – Game 24 (Twice) Most Shots Taken – Period: 11 (Twice) Fewest Shots Taken – Game: 18 (9/21 @ POR) Fewest Shots Taken – Period: 4 (Three Times) Most Shots Allowed – Period: 18 (10/2 @ KEL) Most Shots Allowed – Game: 42 (Twice) Fewest Shots Allowed – Game: 30 (9/20 @ EVT) Fewest Shots Allowed – Period: 4 (10/05 vs. SPO)

2019-20 TRI-CITY TEAM STREAKS Longest Winning Streak – 2 Longest Home Winning Streak – Longest Road Winning Streak – 2 Longest Losing Streak – 2 Longest Home Losing Streak – 1 Longest Road Losing Streak – 1

UPCOMING MILESTONES Kyle Olson is 2 away from his 50th career goal. 11 away from his 200th WHL game. RECENT MILESTONES Marc Lajoie scored his first WHL goal last game against Spokane. WEEKLY REPORT INJURIES: #18 Blake Stevenson, upper body, month-to-month, #21 Bryan McAndrews, lower body,day -to #39 Booker Daniel, day-to-day RETURNS: #32 Nikita Krivokrasov from injury, #4 Ian Ferguson from injury DELETIONS: #2 David Homola (released) #3 Dominic Schmiemann (traded to Brandon), #30 Mason Dunsford (returned to Port Moody Junior "B")


Americans' Regular Season Most Recent Goal, Assist, Streak No. 12 15 16 17 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 32 34 39

PLAYER Sam Huo Jan Cikhart Nick Bowman Kaden Kohle Conner Bouchard Krystof Hrabik Parker Bell Tyson Greenway Edge Lambert Kyle Olson Landon Roberts Wil Kushniryk Marc Lajoie Paycen Bjorklund Nikita Krivokrasov Sasha Mutala Booker Daniel

LAST GOAL 9/28 @ SPO 09/21 @ POR 11/02/18 w/ KTN -02/16 vs. SPO 03/15 @ SPO --10/02 @ KEL 03/02 vs SPO -02/15 vs. KAM

LAST ASSIST 02/16 vs. SPO 09/20 @ EVT (2) 9/28 @ SPO (2) 02/09 vs. VIC 9/28 @ SPO 03/13 vs SEA ---03/13 vs SEA -12/15/17 w/ KEL

STREAK

03/06 vs VIC 09/20 @ EVT (2) 09/27 @ SEA (2) --

10/05 vs. SPO -10/05 vs. SPO --

No. 4 5 6 9 21 28 37 41

PLAYER Ian Ferguson Mitchell Brown Jarod Newell Tom Cadieux Bryan McAndrews Marc Lajoie Jayden Platz Samuel Stewart

LAST GOAL -03/06 vs VIC 12/31 vs. SPO --10/05 vs. SPO 01/19/18 w/ EDM --

LAST ASSIST -03/13 vs SEA 02/09 vs. VIC 10/02 @ KEL 01/11 @ EVT -03/04/18 w/ EDM 9/28 @ SPO (2)

STREAK

No. 31 35

PLAYER Talyn Boyko Beck Warm

LAST START 03/16 @ SPO (37/47) 10/05 vs. SPO (26/33)

LAST WIN 01/20 @ POR (45/47) 9/28 @ SPO (38/38)

LAST SHUTOUT -9/28 @ SPO (38/38)


Friday, October 11th at Tri-City Americans TAKING ON TRI-CITY: Since moving to Vancouver Island prior to the 2011-12 season, the Royals have posted a record of 16-9-5-2 against Tri-City. In nine of those games, the two teams have combined for nine or more goals. Additionally, since the 2012-13 season, every season series between the two clubs has seen at least one game decided in overtime or a shootout. BACK IN THE LINE-UP: Wednesday’s contest saw the first appearance of the season for Royals’ forward Phillip Schultz. Schultz joined the club last season after being selected by Victoria in the 2018 CHL Import Draft 38th overall. In 60 games last year, Schultz recorded 36 points (19g-17a). POWERPLAY PROWESS: On Wednesday night, Victoria recorded their first multi powerplay goal game of the season. The club went 2/4=50.0% in the contest with the man-advantage. Last season, in games in which the club scored multiple powerplay goals, the Royals went a perfect 10-0-0-0 and outscored their opponents 53-23 in those contests. STREAKING: The Royals currently have a pair of players riding three game point streaks in defenceman Jacob Herauf and forward Logan Doust. Herauf tallied an assist in Wednesday’s contest and has tallied three points (1g-2a) in that span. Doust continued his streak with the team’s second goal of the game on Wednesday. Over his last three games, he has recorded a goal and two assists. FIRST GAME: Victoria prospect Cage Newans played in his first career WHL game on Wednesday against the Silvertips. The Qualicum Beach, BC has since been returned to the Oceanside Generals of the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League (VIJHL), where he has recorded 14 points (7g-7a) in just nine games. The 2003-born Newans was selected by the Royals in the seventh round (147th overall) in the 2018 WHL Bantam Draft. PROSPECT REPORT: The Royals will have six prospects competing in this year’s WHL Cup. Jason Spizawka (BC), Kalem Parker (SK), Carter Dereniwsky (SK), Tanner Scott (AB), Brayden Schuurman (BC), and Carter Briltz (SK) will represent their respective provinces. The tournament will take place from Wednesday, October 23rd through Sunday, October 27th at the Markin MacPhail Centre in Calgary, AB. The WHL Cup is a round robin format and consists of the four provincial under-16 teams from BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. ROSTER BREAKDOWN: The 2018-19 Victoria Royals roster is composed as follows: AGE: 1999 – 3, 2000 – 8, 2001 – 6, 2002 – 6, 2003 – 1 LOCATION: B.C. – 9, Alberta – 8, Saskatchewan – 3, USA – 2, Europe – 2 2019-20 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE: Saturday, October 12th @ Spokane Chiefs – 7:05 p.m. – Spokane Arena, Spokane, WA Friday, October 18th vs. Swift Current Broncos – 7:05 p.m. – SOFMC, Victoria, BC Sunday, October 20th @ Vancouver Giants – 4:00 p.m. – Langley Events Center, Langley, BC Friday, October 25th vs. Kamloops Blazers – 7:05 p.m. – SOFMC – Victoria, BC Saturday, October 26th vs. Kamloops Blazers – 7:05 p.m. – SOFMC – Victoria, BC


Every time the Americans score a goal, one season ticket member will receive a prize from one of these local businesses listed below. Listen to the public address announcer after a goal is scored -- if your name is called, claim your prize at the U.S. Cellular Information table behind Section L.


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