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    Ukraine EIHC Tournament - Prime Euro Hockey Challenge, Kyiv (UKR), 16-18 december 2010

    Teams:

    Kazakhstan
    Romania
    Poland
    Ukraine

    Schedule:

    December 16 (Thursday):
    15:00. Poland - Kazakhstan
    19:00. Ukraine - Romania

    December 17 (Friday):
    15:00. Kazakhstan - Romania
    19:00. Ukraine - Poland

    December 18 (Saturday):
    13:00. Romania - Poland
    17:00. Kazakhstan - Ukraine

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    Poland Poland roster:

    GK: Rafał Radziszewski (Comarch Cracovia), Przemysław Odrobny (Stoczniowiec Gdańsk)

    DF: Jarosław Kłys, Patryk Wajda, Patryk Noworyta (Comarch Cracovia), Paweł Skrzypkowski (Stoczniowiec), Paweł Dronia (Aksam Unia), Bartosz Dąbkowski (JKH GKS Jastrzębie), Michał Kotlorz (GKS Tychy), Rafał Dutka (MMKS Podhale)

    FW: Leszek Laszkiewicz, Grzegorz Pasiut, Mikołaj Łopuski (Comarch Cracovia), Filip Drzewiecki (Stoczniowiec Gdańsk), Dariusz Gruszka, Krystian Dziubiński (Ciarko KH Sanok), Mariusz Jakubik (Unia Oświęcim), Mateusz Danieluk (JKH GKS Jastrzębie), Jakub Witecki, Michał Woźnica (GKS Tychy), Jarosław Rzeszutko (Newcastle Vipers), Marcin Kolusz,Piotr Kmiecik (MMKS Podhale Nowy Targ)
    Bo gdyby, ach gdyby wszystko na tym świecie dało się rostrzygać na lodowiskach, w trzech tercjach, kijem i krążkiem, to nie tylko wszak kanadyjskim zawodowcom z NHL, nie tylko wiarołomnym antysocjalistycznym Czechom, ale całemu światu, ba, nawet duszmanom z Pandższiru, Heratu i Kandaharu spuściłaby tęgi a druzgocący wpierdol hokejowa reprezentacja ZSRR, a w jej składzie Ragulin, Fetisow, Kasatonow oraz, bladź, Kapustin, Golikow i Malcew.

    Andrzej Sapkowski, "Żmija"

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    Kazakhstan Kazakhstan roster:

    GK:
    1 YEREMEYEV, Vitaliy (Barys KHL)
    20 KUZNETSOV, Alexey (Avangard KHL)
    DF:
    2 SAVCHENKO, Roman (Barys KHL)
    4 NOVOPASHIN, Vitaliy (Barys KHL)
    5 LITVINENKO, Alexey (Barys KHL)
    7 SEMENOV, Maxim (Atlant KHL)
    12 SHEMELIN, Denis (Amur KHL)
    16 BLOKHIN, Yevgeniy (Yugra KHL)
    29 VASSILCHENKO, Alexey (Barys KHL)
    37 FADEYEV, Yevgeniy (Barys KHL)
    52 KOLEDAYEV, Alexey (Metallurg NK KHL)
    FW:
    8 ZHAILAUOV, Talgat (Barys KHL)
    17 POLICHSHUK, Fedor (Barys KHL)
    23 ALEXANDROV, Viktor (Barys KHL)
    25 DUDAREV, Dmitriy (Metallurg NK KHL)
    26 BELYAYEV, Maxim (Yugra KHL)
    33 GAVRILIN, Andrey (Barys KHL)
    48 STARCHENKO, Roman (Barys KHL)
    49 KHUDYAKOV, Maxim (Barys KHL)
    54 VORONTSOV, Alexey (Barys KHL)
    62 KRASNOSLABODTSEV, Vadim (Barys KHL)
    77 BUMAGIN, Yevgeniy (Barys KHL)
    88 RYMAREV, Yevgeniy (Barys KHL)

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    Where will be broadcast?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simonn View Post
    Where will be broadcast?
    Only local TV channel UT1 will show games of Ukraine. And this channel you can see live in internet http://kinoplaneta.net/tv_online_10190.html for example here or many different sites one problem that on official site http://1tv.com.ua/uk/live you can see only if you have Ukrainian IP address.
    Squads of Ukraine and Kazakhstan I have only in Cyrillic so maybe anybody else will find them in English.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kamerer View Post
    Squads of Ukraine and Kazakhstan I have only in Cyrillic so maybe anybody else will find them in English.
    On official website: http://eihcsite.stats.pointstreak.co...&seasonid=6549

    But someone should confirm that all are correct

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limes View Post
    On official website: http://eihcsite.stats.pointstreak.co...&seasonid=6549

    But someone should confirm that all are correct
    Ukraine without G Napnenko, Balaban, D Gunko, Dvoretsky, Navarenko, F Borysenko, Matvychuk, Timchenko.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limes View Post
    On official website: http://eihcsite.stats.pointstreak.co...&seasonid=6549
    But someone should confirm that all are correct
    Kazakhstan team roster appears to be correct. Set out below where each of them has been playing this season. Few players that would normally appear in the team could not make it because of injuries (such as Alexey Troshinskyi, RYAZAN; Vitalyi Kolesnik, SALAVAT; Dmityi Upper, ATLANT).

    1 YEREMEYEV, Vitaliy / BARYS goalie
    4 NOVOPASHIN, Vitaliy / BARYS
    5 LITVINENKO, Alexey / BARYS
    7 SEMENOV, Maxim / ATLANT
    8 ZHAILAUOV, Talgat / BARYS
    16 BLOKHIN, Yevgeniy / UGRA
    17 POLICHSHUK, Fedor / BARYS
    20 KUZNETSOV, Alexey / AVANGARD goalie
    23 ALEXANDROV, Viktor / BARYS
    25 DUDAREV, Dmitriy / METALLURG NK
    26 BELYAYEV, Maxim / UGRA
    29 VASSILCHENKO, Alexey / BARYS
    33 GAVRILIN, Andrey / BARYS
    37 FADEYEV, Yevgeniy / BARYS
    48 STARCHENKO, Roman / BARYS
    49 KHUDYAKOV, Maxim / BARYS
    52 KOLEDAYEV, Alexey / METALLURG NK
    54 VORONTSOV, Alexey / BARYS
    62 KRASNOSLABODTSEV, Vadim / BARYS
    77 BUMAGIN, Yevgeniy / BARYS
    88 RYMAREV, Yevgeniy / BARYS

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    Where will be text translation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AH-124 View Post
    Where will be text translation?
    pointstreak Poland - Kazakhstan

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    Thx!!

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    Kazakhstan

    we should have no problems against Romania and Ukraine respectively.
    Alga Kazakhstan

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    Pol-Kaz 1:3
    Ukr-Rom 8:0
    Kaz-Rom 2:3 OMG what a shame!!!!!!!

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    16 December 2010

    Poland - Kazakhstan 1:3 (0:1, 0:0, 1:2)
    15:46 0-1 Maxim SEMENOV (Viktor ALEXANDROV)
    57:52 0-2 Roman STARCHENKO (Maxim KHUDYAKOV)
    58:55 0-3 Maxim BELYAYEV (power play) (Vitaliy NOVOPASHIN)
    59:42 1-3 Leszek LASZKIEWICZ (short handed) (Grzegorz PASIUT)
    Poland 0x4 Kazakhstan 1x4; SOG 27:29; Att: 150
    Goaltenders: Rafal RADZISZEWSKI 29/26 - Vitaliy YEREMEYEV 27/26

    Ukraine - Romania 8:0 (5:0, 1:0, 2:0)
    0:41 1-0 Kostyantin KASYANCHUK (Vadim SHAKHRAYCHUK)
    2:53 2-0 Vadim SHAKHRAYCHUK (Kostyantin KASYANCHUK, Maksym KVITCHENKO)
    3:33 3-0 Oleksandr MATERUKHIN (Oleg SHAFARENKO)
    5:11 4-0 Roman SALNIKOV (Vitaliy LITVINENKO)
    15:29 5-0 Oleksandr POBIEDONOSTSEV (Oleg SHAFARENKO)
    33:14 6-0 Dmytro ISAENKO (power play) (Oleksandr POBIEDONOSTSEV)
    46:22 7-0 Artem BONDARIEV (unassisted)
    49:47 8-0 Vadim SHAKHRAYCHUK (Maksym KVITCHENKO, Andrii SRUBKO)
    Ukraine 1x6 Romania 0x3; SOG 62:15; Att: 650
    Goaltenders: Kostyantin SIMCHUK 15/15 - Adrian CATRINOI 48/42, Rajmund FÜLÖP 14/12

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    Quote Originally Posted by IbragimKZ View Post
    ...Kaz-Rom 2:3 OMG what a shame!!!!!!!


    Any details to this match?
    As far as i am concerned, Romania players are on amateur (maybe semi-pro) level, on the other hand players from Kazakhstan are professionals from KHL...

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    17 December 2010

    Kazakhstan - Romania 2:3 (0:2, 0:1, 2:0)
    9:25 0-1 Zsombor ANTAL (power play) (Zsolt MOLNÁR)
    15:25 0-2 Botond FLINTA (power play) (Ede MIHÁLY, Levente ZSÓK)
    26:50 0-3 Levente ZSÓK (Ede MIHÁLY)
    47:35 1-3 Vadim KRASNOSLABODTSEV (power play) (Vitaliy NOVOPASHIN)
    51:50 2-3 Dmitriy DUDAREV (Alexey KOLEDAYEV, Maxim BELYAYEV)
    Kazakhstan 1x5 Romania 2x6; SOG 61:20; Att: 578
    Goaltenders: Alexey KUZNETSOV 11/8, Vitaliy YEREMEYEV 9/9 - Adrian CATRINOI 61/59

    Ukraine - Poland 3:2 (1:1, 1:0, 1:1)
    12:24 0-1 Pawel DRONIA (Rafal DUTKA)
    19:55 1-1 Oleksandr POBIEDONOSTSEV (power play) (Dmytro TOLKUNOV, Oleg SHAFARENKO)
    38:31 2-1 Vitaliy LITVINENKO (Artem BONDARIEV)
    47:27 2-1 Dmytro TOLKUNOV (power play) (Oleksandr POBIEDONOSTSEV, Oleksandr MATERUKHIN)
    55:29 3-2 Grzegorz PASIUT (power play) (Patryk WAJDA)
    Ukraine 2x4 Poland 1x5; SOG 42:34; Att: 750
    Goaltenders: Igor KARPENKO 34/32 - Przemyslaw ODROBNY 42/39

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    Quote Originally Posted by prozivka View Post
    WHo knows, maybe they have just a bad day
    So did they have. Came as a huge surprise to all of us back home. But, well done Romania, among others, for their courage - played with 3 lines(+1 player) and without a coach to direct against full 4 lines of the opponent coached by a legendary player and 3-times olympic champion.
    Last edited by kose; 17-12-2010 at 23:15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prozivka View Post
    Romanians are profesional players( of course, maybe they are not playing for big money, but they are pro players...).
    THis is second time in two monts, that Romanians wining over Kazahstan teams....just remember on continental cup when Sary Arka lost against Cziksereda....but this is very big shame of Kazahstan, that players from KHL are having trouble with players from MOL league...disaster. WHo knows, maybe they have just a bad day, but even with that, for me this is maybe the bigest suprise in last 10-15 years in world ice hockey( even if this was just friendly game...). Team from elite division to lost against team from second division....unbelievably..
    It could well be the biggest upset of this century.

    It is a very disappointing result for Kazakhs. Kazakhstan being my second favorite team, I would like to know what style hockey Romania is playing? I've seen it dozen times already Kazakhs struggling and loosing against opponents of the same or like now lower quality just because Kazakhs get outfought/outmuscled/outchecked. Their players really have to forget soviet times when you could win games only by pretty passing and neat puck movement.

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    i don't know what happend to Kaz team :(
    but wait it's just friendly game. we have to focus on Asian games, KHL and championship in April. maybe coach is experimenting with roaster

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oz View Post
    It could well be the biggest upset of this century.

    It is a very disappointing result for Kazakhs. Kazakhstan being my second favorite team, I would like to know what style hockey Romania is playing? I've seen it dozen times already Kazakhs struggling and loosing against opponents of the same or like now lower quality just because Kazakhs get outfought/outmuscled/outchecked. Their players really have to forget soviet times when you could win games only by pretty passing and neat puck movement.
    If someone can teach the Japanese and Koreans to throw big (and clean) bodychecks before the Asian Games, things could really get nasty for the home team there.

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    btw SOG KZ 61:20 RO
    coach should let Eremeev be 1st goalie in that game. Kuznetcov not so great :(

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    Romania 1:3 Poland
    (0:0, 1:1, 0:2)

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    Ukraine in good position of winning the tournament...

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    Kazakhstan

    Kazakhstan-Ukraine 7:4
    1st period
    4 min 1:0 Evgeniy Rymarev (unassisted)
    8 min 2:0 Vadim KRASNOSLABODTSEV (Andrey GAVRILIN)
    12 min 2:1 Andrii SRUBKO (Oleksandr MATERUKHIN, Dmytro TOLKUNOV)
    2nd period
    2 min 2:2 Roman SAVCHENKO (power play 2) (unassisted)
    13 min 3:2 Roman SAVCHENKO (power play 2) (unassisted)
    13 min 4:2 Roman SAVCHENKO (power play 2) (Fedor POLICHSHUK)
    17 min 5:2 Roman SAVCHENKO (power play) (Viktor ALEXANDROV)
    18 min 6:2 Talgat ZHAILAUOV (power play) (Andrey GAVRILIN)
    3rd period
    10 min 6:3 Oleksandr MATERUKHIN (Oleg SHAFARENKO)
    12 min 7:3 Roman STARCHENKO (Alexey KOLEDAYEV, Dmitriy DUDAREV)
    12 min 7:4 Roman SALNIKOV (penalty shot)

    1st place
    Last edited by IbragimKZ; 18-12-2010 at 18:14.

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    Yeah, there is no way they could beat our team having relaxed unduly, be it for a couple of minutes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kose View Post
    Yeah, there is no way they could beat our team having relaxed unduly, be it for a couple of minutes!
    sometimes they played to relaxed and got scored by ukranians

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    Quote Originally Posted by IbragimKZ View Post
    sometimes they played to relaxed and got scored by ukranians
    I don't think there was a huge difference in terms of skill and speed. But I think the more self-composed, self-controlled team won today. I reckon KHL experience had a bearing, 3 lines of Barys know better by now having played 13 times with Akbars - have a second of concentration lost and you're pretty much finished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kose View Post
    I don't think there was a huge difference in terms of skill and speed. But I think the more self-composed, self-controlled team won today. I reckon KHL experience had a bearing, 3 lines of Barys know better by now having played 13 times with Akbars - have a second of concentration lost and you're pretty much finished.
    with game like that, losing against Romania, 4 goals from Ukraine we have nothing to do at Elite Group :(

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    Day 1 - 16.12.

    Poland - Kazakhstan 1-3 (0-1, 0-0, 1-2)
    0-1 Maxim SEMENOV (Viktor ALEXANDROV) 15:46
    0-2 Roman STARCHENKO (Maxim KHUDYAKOV) 57:52
    0-3 Maxim BELYAYEV (Vitaliy NOVOPASHIN) PP 58:55
    1-3 Leszek LASZKIEWICZ (Grzegorz PASIUT) SH 59:42
    POL 4x2, KAZ 4x2, SOG: 27-29, Att.: 150
    Ref.: Iliescu - Korepanov, Bakumenko

    POL: Rafał Radziszewski (Przemysław Odrobny) - Paweł Skrzypkowski, Patryk Wajda, Rafał Dutka, Michał Kotlorz, Jakub Witecki, Piotr Kmiecik, Kasper Bryniczka, Radosław Galant, Michał Woźnica, Leszek Laszkiewicz, Filip Drzewiecki, Patryk Noworyta, Grzegorz Pasiut, Krystian Dziubiński, Tomasz Kozłowski, Mateusz Danieluk, Marcin Kolusz, Bartosz Dąbkowski, Mateusz Rompkowski.

    KAZ: Vitali Yeremeev (Alexey Kuznetsov) - Roman Savchenko, Vitaly Novopashin, Aleksei Litvinenko, Maksim Semenov, Talgat Zhailauov, Evgeni Blokhin, Fedor Polischuk, Viktor Aleksandrov, Dmitry Dudarev, Maksim Belyaev, Evgeni Bumagin, Aleksei Vassilchenko, Andrei Gavrilin, Evgeni Fedayev, Roman Starchenko, Maksim Khudyakov, Aleksei Koledayev, Aleksei Vorontsov, Vadim Krasnoslobodtsev, Evgeni Rymarev.


    Ukraine - Romania 8-0 (5-0, 1-0, 2-0)
    1-0 Kostyantin KASYANCHUK (Vadim SHAKHRAYCHUK) 0:41
    2-0 Vadim SHAKHRAYCHUK (Kostyantin KASYANCHUK, Maksym KVITCHENKO) 2:53
    3-0 Oleksandr MATERUKHIN (Oleg SHAFARENKO) 3:33
    4-0 Roman SALNIKOV (Vitaliy LITVINENKO) 5:11
    5-0 Oleksandr POBIEDONOSTSEV (Oleg SHAFARENKO) 15:29
    6-0 Dmytro ISAENKO (Oleksandr POBIEDONOSTSEV) 33:14 PP
    7-0 Artem BONDARIEV 46:22
    8-0 Vadim SHAKHRAYCHUK (Maksym KVITCHENKO, Andrii SRUBKO) 49:47
    UKR 3x2, ROM 6x2, SOG: 62 (48+14)-15, Att.: 650
    Ref.: Pachucki - Kicha, Govorun

    UKR: Konstantin Simchuk (Igor Karpenko) - Sergii Klymentiev, Denis Isaenko, Andrii Sryubko, Oleg Shafarenko, Vadim Shakhraichuk, Artem Bondarev, Maksim Kvitchenko, Volodumer Aleksiuk, Vitali Litvynenko, Dmytro Tolkunov, Oleksandr Materukhin, Sergii Chernenko, Shamil Ramazanov, Evgeni Pastukh, Konstantin Kasyanchuk, Roman Salnikov, Oleg Blagoi, Oleksandr Pobiedonovtsev, Dmytro Isaenko, Kirill Katrykh.

    ROM: Adrian Catrinoi (40:00 Rajmund Fulop) - Mihail Georgescu, Zoltan Pal, Levente Peter, Zsolt Molnar, Botold Flinta, Attila Goga, Nicusor Lusneac, Levente Zsok, Tivadar Petres, Zsombor Antal, Endre Kosa, Tihamer Becze, Ede Mihaly, Ervin Moldovan, Csaba Nagy, Szablocs Papp.
    Bo gdyby, ach gdyby wszystko na tym świecie dało się rostrzygać na lodowiskach, w trzech tercjach, kijem i krążkiem, to nie tylko wszak kanadyjskim zawodowcom z NHL, nie tylko wiarołomnym antysocjalistycznym Czechom, ale całemu światu, ba, nawet duszmanom z Pandższiru, Heratu i Kandaharu spuściłaby tęgi a druzgocący wpierdol hokejowa reprezentacja ZSRR, a w jej składzie Ragulin, Fetisow, Kasatonow oraz, bladź, Kapustin, Golikow i Malcew.

    Andrzej Sapkowski, "Żmija"

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    Day 2 - 17.12.

    Kazakhstan - Romania 2-3 (0-2, 0-1, 2-0)
    0-1 Zsombor ANTAL (Zsolt MOLNÁR) 9:25 PP
    0-2 Botond FLINTA (Ede MIHÁLY, Levente ZSÓK) 15:25 PP
    0-3 Levente ZSÓK (Ede MIHÁLY) 26:50
    1-3 Vadim KRASNOSLABODTSEV (Vitaliy NOVOPASHIN) 47:35 PP
    2-3 Dmitriy DUDAREV (Alexey KOLEDAYEV, Maxim BELYAYEV) 51:50
    KAZ 6x2, ROM 5x2, SOG: 61-20 (11+9), Att.: 578
    Ref.: Pachucki - Govorun, Korepanov

    KAZ: Alexey Kuznetsov (26:50 Vitali Yeremeev) - Roman Savchenko, Vitaly Novopashin, Aleksei Litvinenko, Maksim Semenov, Talgat Zhailauov, Evgeni Blokhin, Fedor Polischuk, Viktor Aleksandrov, Dmitry Dudarev, Maksim Belyaev, Evgeni Bumagin, Aleksei Vassilchenko, Andrei Gavrilin, Evgeni Fedayev, Roman Starchenko, Maksim Khudyakov, Aleksei Koledayev, Aleksei Vorontsov, Vadim Krasnoslobodtsev, Evgeni Rymarev.

    ROM: Adrian Catrinoi (Rajmund Fulop) - Mihail Georgescu, Zoltan Pal, Levente Peter, Zsolt Molnar, Botold Flinta, Attila Goga, Nicusor Lusneac, Levente Zsok, Tivadar Petres, Zsombor Antal, Endre Kosa, Tihamer Becze, Ede Mihaly, Ervin Moldovan, Csaba Nagy, Szablocs Papp.


    Ukraine - Poland 3-2 (1-1, 1-0, 1-1)
    0-1 Pawel DRONIA (Rafal DUTKA) 12:24
    1-1 Oleksandr POBIEDONOSTSEV (Dmytro TOLKUNOV, Oleg SHAFARENKO) 19:55 PP
    2-1 Vitaliy LITVINENKO (Artem BONDARIEV) 18:31
    3-1 Dmytro TOLKUNOV (Oleksandr POBIEDONOSTSEV, Oleksandr MATERUKHIN) 7:27 PP
    3-2 Grzegorz PASIUT (Patryk WAJDA) 15:29 PP
    UKR 5x2, POL 4x2, SOG: 42-34, Att.: 750
    Ref.: Iliescu - Korepanov, Bakumenko

    UKR: Igor Karpenko (Konstantin Simchuk) - Denis Isaenko, Andrii Sryubko, Oleg Shafarenko, Vadim Shakhraichuk, Artem Bondarev, Maksim Kvitchenko, Volodumer Aleksiuk, Vitali Litvynenko, Dmytro Tolkunov, Oleksandr Materukhin, Sergii Chernenko, Shamil Ramazanov, Evgeni Pastukh, Konstantin Kasyanchuk, Roman Salnikov, Oleg Blagoi, Oleksandr Pobiedonovtsev, Dmytro Isaenko, Kirill Katrykh.

    POL: Przemysław Odrobny (Krzysztopf Zborowski) - Paweł Skrzypkowski, Patryk Wajda, Rafał Dutka, Michał Kotlorz, Jakub Witecki, Paweł Dronia, Piotr Kmiecik, Kasper Bryniczka, Radosław Galant, Michał Woźnica, Leszek Laszkiewicz, Filip Drzewiecki, Patryk Noworyta, Grzegorz Pasiut, Krystian Dziubiński, Tomasz Kozłowski, Mateusz Danieluk, Bartosz Dąbkowski, Mateusz Rompkowski.
    Bo gdyby, ach gdyby wszystko na tym świecie dało się rostrzygać na lodowiskach, w trzech tercjach, kijem i krążkiem, to nie tylko wszak kanadyjskim zawodowcom z NHL, nie tylko wiarołomnym antysocjalistycznym Czechom, ale całemu światu, ba, nawet duszmanom z Pandższiru, Heratu i Kandaharu spuściłaby tęgi a druzgocący wpierdol hokejowa reprezentacja ZSRR, a w jej składzie Ragulin, Fetisow, Kasatonow oraz, bladź, Kapustin, Golikow i Malcew.

    Andrzej Sapkowski, "Żmija"

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    Day 3 - 18.12.

    Romania - Poland 1-3 (0-0, 1-1, 0-2)
    1-0 Attila GÓGA 24:56 SH
    1-1 Tomasz KOZLOWSKI (Filip DRZEWIECKI) 19:49
    1-2 Filip DRZEWIECKI (Krystian DZIUBINSKI) 46:21
    1-3 Grzegorz PASIUT (Leszek LASZKIEWICZ) 56:43
    ROM 9x2, POL 6x2, SOG: 20-56, Att.: 550
    Ref.: Sevruk - Korepanov, Bakumenko

    ROM: Adrian Catrinoi (Rajmund Fulop) - Mihail Georgescu, Zoltan Pal, Levente Peter, Zsolt Molnar, Botold Flinta, Attila Goga, Nicusor Lusneac, Levente Zsok, Tivadar Petres, Zsombor Antal, Endre Kosa, Tihamer Becze, Ede Mihaly, Ervin Moldovan, Csaba Nagy, Szablocs Papp.

    POL: Krzysztopf Zborowski (Przemysław Odrobny) - Paweł Skrzypkowski, Patryk Wajda, Rafał Dutka, Michał Kotlorz, Jakub Witecki, Paweł Dronia, Piotr Kmiecik, Kasper Bryniczka, Radosław Galant, Michał Woźnica, Leszek Laszkiewicz, Filip Drzewiecki, Patryk Noworyta, Grzegorz Pasiut, Krystian Dziubiński, Tomasz Kozłowski, Mateusz Danieluk, Bartosz Dąbkowski, Mateusz Rompkowski.


    Kazakhstan - Ukraine 7-4 (2-1, 4-1, 1-2)
    1-0 Yevgeniy RYMAREV 3:12
    2-0 Vadim KRASNOSLABODTSEV (Andrey GAVRILIN) 7:23
    2-1 Andrii SRUBKO (Oleksandr MATERUKHIN, Dmytro TOLKUNOV) 11:18 PP
    2-2 Roman SALNIKOV (Artem BONDARIEV) 22:01
    3-2 Roman SAVCHENKO 33:14 PP2
    4-2 Roman SAVCHENKO (Fedor POLICHSHUK) 33:36 PP2
    5-2 Roman SAVCHENKO (Viktor ALEXANDROV) 36:59 PP
    6-2 Talgat ZHAILAUOV (Andrey GAVRILIN) 37:24 PP
    6-3 Oleksandr MATERUKHIN (Oleg SHAFARENKO) 50:30
    7-3 Roman STARCHENKO (Alexey KOLEDAYEV, Dmitriy DUDAREV) 52:15
    7-4 Roman SALNIKOV 52:27 PS
    KAZ 3x2, UKR 7x2, SOG: 24-19, Att.: 1200
    Ref.: Iliescu - Kicha, Govorun

    KAZ: Vitali Yeremeev (Alexey Kuznetsov) - Roman Savchenko, Vitaly Novopashin, Aleksei Litvinenko, Maksim Semenov, Talgat Zhailauov, Evgeni Blokhin, Fedor Polischuk, Viktor Aleksandrov, Dmitry Dudarev, Maksim Belyaev, Evgeni Bumagin, Aleksei Vassilchenko, Andrei Gavrilin, Evgeni Fedayev, Roman Starchenko, Maksim Khudyakov, Aleksei Koledayev, Aleksei Vorontsov, Vadim Krasnoslobodtsev, Evgeni Rymarev.

    UKR: Igor Karpenko (Konstantin Simchuk) - Sergii Klymentiev, Denis Isaenko, Andrii Sryubko, Oleg Shafarenko, Vadim Shakhraichuk, Artem Bondarev, Maksim Kvitchenko, Volodumer Aleksiuk, Vitali Litvynenko, Dmytro Tolkunov, Oleksandr Materukhin, Sergii Chernenko, Shamil Ramazanov, Evgeni Pastukh, Konstantin Kasyanchuk, Roman Salnikov, Oleg Blagoi, Dmytro Isaenko, Kirill Katrykh, Pavlo Borysenko.
    Bo gdyby, ach gdyby wszystko na tym świecie dało się rostrzygać na lodowiskach, w trzech tercjach, kijem i krążkiem, to nie tylko wszak kanadyjskim zawodowcom z NHL, nie tylko wiarołomnym antysocjalistycznym Czechom, ale całemu światu, ba, nawet duszmanom z Pandższiru, Heratu i Kandaharu spuściłaby tęgi a druzgocący wpierdol hokejowa reprezentacja ZSRR, a w jej składzie Ragulin, Fetisow, Kasatonow oraz, bladź, Kapustin, Golikow i Malcew.

    Andrzej Sapkowski, "Żmija"

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    Final Standings:

    rk TeamGPWOTWOTLLGF:GAPTS
    1. Kazakhstan3200112-86
    2. Ukriane3200115-96
    3. Poland310026-73
    4. Romania310024-133
    Bo gdyby, ach gdyby wszystko na tym świecie dało się rostrzygać na lodowiskach, w trzech tercjach, kijem i krążkiem, to nie tylko wszak kanadyjskim zawodowcom z NHL, nie tylko wiarołomnym antysocjalistycznym Czechom, ale całemu światu, ba, nawet duszmanom z Pandższiru, Heratu i Kandaharu spuściłaby tęgi a druzgocący wpierdol hokejowa reprezentacja ZSRR, a w jej składzie Ragulin, Fetisow, Kasatonow oraz, bladź, Kapustin, Golikow i Malcew.

    Andrzej Sapkowski, "Żmija"

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