Gaisin

Gaisin

 

a city, center of Gaisin Raion, Vinnitsa Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, situated on the Sob River (of the Iuzhnyi Bug River basin), 94 km southeast of Vinnitsa. Railroad station. Population, 23,700 (1970). The food industry is well developed in Gaisin and is represented by a meat combine, a sugar plant, a fruit cannery, a butter and cheese plant, and a distillery. There are also garment and furniture factories as well as a medical school. Gaisin arose in 1600 and became a city in 1795.

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ENISEI-STM: Y Kushnarev, R Malneek, D Kacharava, D Gerasimov, D Simplikevich, R Gaisin, J Baranovs (captain); A Bezverkhov, S Selski, I Zykov, U Saulite, V Krasniyik, V Orlov, A Temnov, A Rudoi.
On 18 August 1942, they were taken to Michaelowka near Gaisin, a German concentration camp east of the Bug River, in Ukraine.
Hull Stingrays: Jereme Tendler 1+0, Konstantin Kalmikov 1+1, Andrew Coburn 1+0, Jason Silverthorn 0+1, Josef Sladok 0+1, Aivars Gaisins 0+1, Trevor Read 0+1, Lee Mitchell 0+1.
The Vipers wasted a second powerplay chance when Avars Gaisins became the second Stingray to be penalised for hooking and then had to kill a minor penalty and 50 seconds of another one to maintain the parity between the two teams at the first break.
Coburn and Kalmikov 0+2, Davies, Dulle, Gaisins and Read 0+1.
Hull will be without Latvian defenceman Aivars Gaisins who damaged a hand.