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86 2nd Season

86 Eighty-Six Season 1 ended on a shocking and tragic note, as protagonist Shinei Nouzen and the rest of the Spearhead Squadron all seemed to have been killed by the Legion army. Viewers were left stunned, believing nearly all the characters the story had been following for the entire season were dead.

Kashief is an Anime & Manga Features writer for CBR. His writing skills come from enrolling in several different advanced English/Writing courses in college. As someone who grew up watching anime, he is genuinely passionate about the topic. He keeps up with several different anime every season and at least 25 different manga, most of which release chapters weekly throughout the year. Additionally, he is constantly looking to discover and get into new anime and manga that he can binge watch/read.

"I felt like the first run I skied very well, and I actually skied quite well in the second as well," Shiffrin said. "And six-tenths is actually not so much time. Lena has been strong all season and she deserves to win."

Her second-place finish saw her wrap up the season-long slalom title with two races to spare. Her closest challenger in the discipline standings, Wendy Holdener, had a costly mistake in the opening run and the Swiss skier failed to qualify for the second run and didn't score World Cup points.

The first point of call is actually to identify where we are in the anime series. This is because the split between two broadcasts has caused some confusion online as to whether the next season would be season 2, or season 3 for the anime adaptation.

Canonically, this means that any upcoming broadcast would start with season 2; however, it appears that the majority of the anime community has already made that distinction between the two broadcasts.

For this reason, we will refer to episode 23 as the season 2 finale in this article, in order to minimise the amount of confusion online from fans around the world, with the next broadcast, therefore, being considered as season 3.

Then we have the view that 86 Eight-Six is easily popular enough with fans around the world to warrant a second season being produced by A-1 Pictures. The series is scoring an 8.2/10 on IMDB, 4.9/5 on Crunchyroll Reviews, with an 8.2/10 and 8.47 rating for parts one and two on MyAnimeList that included over 260,000 reviews!

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With only half of "86 Eighty Six's" manga adapted, A-1 Pictures still has plenty to go off of in finishing off the show's first season. According to the synopsis available on Myanimelist, later events of "86 Eighty Six" feature Lena following in the footsteps of the original Spearhead. Evidently, some members are still alive, but that doesn't ensure an end to their conflict. If and how the show's heroes survive to live another will be explored when the second cour for "86 Eighty Six" releases in October.

When Jordan returned, the Bulls were just 24-43, but still in the playoff race in the East. As the documentary covered, Jordan was hellbent to return to the floor and play as much as possible to will the Bulls into the playoffs. Bulls management, however, was more cautious, placing him on a minutes restriction through his first several games. As his minutes gradually increased, the Bulls went 5-3 to finish the season and made it into the playoffs as an eight seed, despite being just 30-52.

Kerr has some experience with this. Warriors guard Klay Thompson was presumed to be out for the entire season after tearing his ACL in the NBA Finals last June. Some timelines would have had Thompson returning in the early spring, perhaps just in time for a playoff push; instead, the Warriors ruled him out of the season early on.

Likewise, Stephen Curry broke his hand just four games into the 2019-20 season. Granted, the Warriors were already well out of the playoff race by the time he was getting closer to returning, but the team didn't expedite the process, either.

Today, the NBA is discussing several scenarios to combat tanking and give teams more incentive to fight for the playoffs. One such idea has been a "play-in" tournament with the 7-10 seeds in each conference. The idea is to give teams further down in the standings more reason to continue competing late in the season, rather than preparing for the draft.

The first and second seasons of the series have garnered appreciation from fans as well as critics. As the second season comes to an end, fans are having a hard time suppressing their curiosity regarding what comes next for Lena and her squad.

The confirmation of Season 3 of 86 has not been announced by the production house, A-1 Pictures. Moreover, there was no extensive hiatus between the seasons up till now. Season 1 premiered on April 11, 2021, and Season 2 aired the very same year on October 2, 2021.

So far, the first and the second seasons (that comprised 23 episodes) have been adapted up to volume 3, Run Through the Battlefront (Finish), of the light novel series. The third season will take off from the fourth volume, Underpressure.

Kucherov has become one of the most dangerous offensive players in the NHL. He had his first 30-goal season in 2015-16, bumped that up to 40 goals in 2016-17, then finished third in the NHL in scoring in 2017-18 with 100 points (39 goals, 61 assists), helping the Tampa Bay Lightning win the Atlantic Division. But those were just a prelude to 2018-19, when he led the NHL with 128 points (41 goals, 87 assists), setting a single-season record for points by a player born in Russia. He led all players in scoring during the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs with 34 points (seven goals, 27 assists), helping the Lightning win their first championship since 2004.

After missing the entire 2020-21 regular season recovering from hip surgery, Kucherov returned to score 32 points (eight goals, 24 assists) in 23 playoff games to help the Lightning win a second straight Stanley Cup title. He led the playoffs in points (32) with 19 of them coming on the power play to become the sixth player to lead the postseason in scoring without a tie in consecutive seasons, the first since Mario Lemieux (1991-92). Wayne Gretzky (1987-88), Rick MacLeish (1974-75), Phil Esposito (1969-70) and Howie Morenz (1924-25) are the others. He and Lightning center Brayden Point, and Wayne Gretzky and Jari Kurri (Edmonton Oilers) are the only teammates to lead the playoffs in points and goals in consecutive postseasons.

A second-round pick (No. 58) by the Lightning in the 2011 NHL Draft, Kucherov has played like a first-round talent. He won the Art Ross Trophy as the top scorer in the NHL in 2018-19 with 128 points (41 goals, 87 assists), the most in a single season by a player born in Russia, and was voted winner of the Hart and Ted Lindsay trophies.

In his NHL debut the next night against the New York Rangers, Kucherov scored on the first shot of the first shift of his NHL career, beating Henrik Lundqvist in the first period. Kucherov finished his rookie season with 18 points (nine goals, nine assists) in 52 games but was a frequent healthy scratch in the final weeks of the season and appeared in two of Tampa Bay's four playoff games.

Kucherov became a 40-goal scorer in 2016-17 and earned an NHL Second-Team All-Star berth after finishing with 85 points. He was named a First-Team All-Star in 2017-18 after becoming the third player in Lightning history to finish with at least 100 points in a season (39 goals, 61 assists) and finishing third in the NHL in scoring. Kucherov also had 17 points (seven goals, 10 assists) in 17 playoff games as the Lightning advanced to Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Final before losing to the Washington Capitals.

His big season in 2018-19 helped the Lightning match the NHL single-season record of 62 victories, set by the Detroit Red Wings in 1995-96. Kucherov finished seventh in the NHL in scoring in 2019-20 before helping the Lightning win the Cup for the first time since 2004. 59ce067264


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