11.3. KOOVEE - IPK lehdistötilaisuus. Peli päättyi voittomaalikilpailussa 5-6.
Suomi-sarjan puolivärien neljäs osaottelu Nokian Pyry vs Porvoon Hunters.
7.3. KeuPa HT - KOOVEE lehdistötilaisuus. Ottelu päättyi 5-2.
6.3. KOOVEE - Hokki lehdistötilaisuus. Peli päättyi 4-2.
Suomi-Sarjan puolivälieräottelu Porvoon Hunters - Nokian Pyry. Ottelu päättyi Huntersin voittoon 8-1.
KOOVEE-maalivahti Ville Kolppasen iltaan kuului 35 torjunnan lisäksi, yksi syöttöpiste, yhdet kärkikarvaajan puikot ja puolentusinaa huipputorjuntaa Ketterää ...
Suomi-sarjan pudotuspelien toinen osaottelu Nokian Pyry vs Porvoon Hunters.
4.3. KOOVEE - Ketterä lehdistötilaisuus. Peli päättyi 5-3.
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Pyry Kärkkäinen is a Finnish footballer who currently plays for FC Lahti in the Finnish Veikkausliiga.
Pyry Petteri Hannola is a Finnish footballer who plays as a midfielder for Danish Superliga side FC Midtjylland.
Pyry Soiri is a Finnish professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for FC Admira Wacker Mödling in Austria and the Finland national team. Born to a Finnish mother and a Namibian father, he spent most of his childhood in Africa.
Kotkan Työväen Palloilijat is a Finnish football club based in Kotka, Finland, and currently competing in Finland's second league, Ykkönen. The club was founded in 1927 and its colours are green and white.
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Pyry [ˈpɨrɨ] is one of the southernmost neighborhoods of the city of Warsaw. Administratively part of the Ursynów district, it was originally a separate village located along ulica Puławska (Puławy Street), which links Warsaw with the town of Piaseczno.
The pyrylium cation is a six-membered, unsaturated, mono-cyclic compound. Consisting of five carbon atoms and one positively charged oxygen atom, it is a heterocyclic compound, resembling benzene with one substitution in the ring.
Ivan Aleksandrovich Pyryev was a Soviet-Russian film director and screenwriter remembered as the high priest of Stalinist cinema. He was awarded six Stalin Prizes (1941, 1942, 1946, 1946, 1948, 1951), served as Director of the Mosfilm studios (1954–57) and was, for a time, the most influential man in the Soviet motion picture industry.