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    IIHF 1977 IHWC, Austria

    Today I will start to publish the 1977 tournament. My very special thank to Franco, David Martinez & archiver for the documents and answering all my questions to get the game summaries in best possible quality.

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    IIHF 1977 IHWC, Austria

    44rd IIHF World Championship - Austria


    21 April – 8 May 1977 in Vienna


    Rosters

    Czechoslovakia (Coach: Karel Gut)

    1 Vladimir Dzurilla, 2 Jiri Holecek – 4 Oldrich Machac, 5 Milan Chalupa, 7 Frantisek Pospisil, 9 Miroslav Dvorak, 15 Frantisek Kaberle, 17 Milan Kajkl, 19 Jiri Bubla – 6 Milan Novy, 10 Vladimir Martinec, 11 Jiri Novak, 16 Vincent Lukac, 18 Marian Stastny, 20 Jiri Holik, 21 Ivan Hlinka, 22 Eduard Novak, 23 Jaroslav Pouzar, 25 Bohuslav Ebermann, 26 Peter Stastny

    Sweden (Coach: Hans Lindberg)

    1 Göran Högosta, 30 Hardy Aström – 3 Jan-Erik Silfverberg, 4 Ulf Weinstock, 6 Mats Waltin, 7 Stefan Persson, 8 Stig Salming, 26 Lars Zetterström, 28 Lars Lindgren – 10 Martin Karlsson, 12 Roland Eriksson, 14 Lars-Erik Ericsson, 15 Rolf Edberg, 16 Mats Ahlberg, 17 Bengt Lundholm, 18 Lars-Gunnar Lundberg, 20 Nils-Olof Olsson, 22 Per-Olov Brasar, 23 Kent-Erik Andersson, 24 Hans Jax

    Soviet Union (Coach: Boris Kulagin)

    1 Alexandr Sidelnikov, 20 Vladislav Tretiak – 2 Alexandr Gusev, 3 Vladimir Lutchenko, 4 Sergei Babinov, 6 Valeri Vasiliev, 7 Gennadiy Tsygankov, 12 Vasily Pervukhin, 24 Vyacheslav Fetisov – 8 Sergei Kapustin, 9 Viktor Shalimov, 10 Alexandr Maltsev, 13 Boris Mikhailov, 15 Alexandr Yakushev, 16 Vladimir Petrov, 17 Valeri Kharlamov, 19 Vladimir Shadrin, 22 Viktor Zhluktov, 23 Alexandr Golikov, 26 Helmut Balderis

    Canada (Coach: John Wilson)

    1 James Jim Rutherford, 35 Anthony Esposito – 2 Richard Hampton, 3 Gregory Smith, 5 Carol Vadnais, 6 Dennis Kearns, 20 Dallas Smith, 23 Phillip Russell – 7 Rodrigue Gilbert, 8 Ronald Ellis, 9 Wilfred Paiement (jr.), 11 Walter McKechnie, 12 Leonard Wayne Merrick, 14 Ralph Klassen, 15 Guy Charron, 16 Pierre Larouche, 18 Jean Pronovost, 25 Reginald Allan MacAdam, 28 Eric Vail, 77 Philip Esposito

    Finland (Coach: Lasse Heikkilä)

    1 Urpo Ylönen, 20 Jorma Valtonen – 2 Seppo Lindström, 3 Timo Nummelin, 5 Risto Siltanen, 6 Hannu Haapalainen, 7 Pekka Marjamäki, 9 Seppo Suroaniemi, 24 Pekka Rautakallio – 11 Kari Makkonen, 12 Esa Peltonen, 14 Lasse Oksanen, 15 Jukka Alkula, 16 Martti Jarkko, 17 Seppo Ahokainen, 21 Jukka Porvari, 22 Antero Lehtonen, 23 Timo Sutinen, 26 Pertti Koivulahti, 27 Veli-Matti Ruisma

    USA (Coach: John Mariucci)

    25 Michael Curran, 31 David Reece – 1 James Jim McElmury, 2 Walter Olds, 3 Joseph Micheletti, 4 Robert Paradise, 6 Louis Nanne, 11 Russell Anderson – 5 William Schneider, 7 David Hynes, 12 Robert Miller (jr.), 14 Warren Williams, 16 Thomas Younghans, 19 Mark Heaslip, 20 Thomas Rowe, 23 David Debol, 24 Warren Miller, 27 Thomas Vannelli, 30 Michael Antonovich, 33 Robert Krieger

    West Germany (Coach: Hans Rampf)

    1 Anton Kehle, 2 Sigmund Suttner – 3 Josef Völk, 4 Udo Kießling, 7 Klaus Auhuber, 16 Peter Scharf, 19 Ignaz Berndaner, 21 Werner Klatt, 23 Horst-Peter Kretschmer – 6 Walter Stadler, 8 Rainer Philipp, 9 Lorenz Funk, 10 Franz Reindl, 12 Miroslav Slezak, 13 Walter Köberle, 14 Erich Kühnhackl, 15 Alois Schloder, 17 Hans Zach, 18 Hermann Hinterstocker, 20 Vladimir Vacatko

    Romania (Coach: Stefan Ionescu)

    1 Valerian Netedu, 22 Gheorghe Hutan – 2 Florea Zganca, 3 Ion Ionita, 4 Dezideriu Varga, 5 Sandor Gall, 8 Antal Elöd, 14 Doru Morosan, 19 Gheorghe Justinian – 6 Doru Tureanu, 7 Dumitru Axinte, 9 Constantin Dumitru, 10 Marian Costea, 11 Tiberiu Miklos, 12 Constantin Nistor, 13 Ion Gheorghiu, 15 Eduard Pana, 16 Laszlo Solyom, 20 Adrian Olenici, 21 Marian Pisaru



    Referees

    Viktor Dombrovsky (Soviet Union)
    Ivo Filip (Czechoslovakia)
    Stig Karlsson (Sweden)
    Josef Kompalla (West Germany)
    Jim Neagles (USA)
    Raimo Sepponen (Finland)
    Marcel Vaillancourt (Canada)

    Linesmen

    Martin Erhard (West Germany)
    Karl-Gustav Kaisla (Finland)
    Mihail Presneanu (Romania)
    Laszlo Schell (Hungary)
    Nico Toemen (Netherlands)
    Harry Westreicher (Austria)
    Walter Wieser (Austria)
    Oskar Wögerer (Austria)
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    IIHF 1977 IHWC, Austria

    PRELIMINARY ROUND (ROUND-ROBIN)

    21 April 1977

    Romania – Sweden 1-8 (0-2, 0-2, 1-4)

    0-1 (13:44) Mats Ahlberg 1 (Brasar)
    0-2 (16:29) Hans Jax 1 (Salming)
    0-3 (24:39) Lars Lindgren 1
    0-4 (27:52) Rolf Edberg 1 (Zetterström)
    0-5 (41:40) Bengt Lundholm 1
    0-6 (45:07) Bengt Lundholm 2 (Andersson) PP1
    0-7 (49:40) Roland Eriksson 1 (Olsson) SH1
    0-8 (55:14) Nils-Olof Olsson 1 (Eriksson)
    1-8 (58:52) Eduard Pana 1

    Penalty minutes: 6 (3x2) – 4 (2x2)
    Shots: 25-60 (5-17, 7-21, 13-22)
    Referees: Neagles (USA) – Wieser (AUT) & Wögerer (AUT)
    Attendance: 1,500

    West Germany – Soviet Union 0-10 (0-5, 0-3, 0-2)

    0-01 (02:59) Valeri Kharlamov 1 (Petrov)
    0-02 (07:43) Boris Mikhailov 1 (Kharlamov)
    0-03 (08:12) Vladimir Lutchenko 1 (Maltsev) PP1
    0-04 (13:41) Sergei Kapustin 1
    0-05 (14:28) Vladimir Petrov 1
    0-06 (22:44) Viktor Zhluktov 1 (Balderis)
    0-07 (23:00) Valeri Kharlamov 2 (Petrov)
    0-08 (29:07) Vladimir Lutchenko 2 PP1
    0-09 (48:45) Sergei Babinov 1 (Shadrin) PP2
    0-10 (57:20) Helmut Balderis 1 (Zhluktov)

    Penalty minutes: 12 (6x2) – 2
    Shots: 17-46 (4-13, 9-18, 4-15)
    Referees: Karlsson (SWE) – Presneanu (ROM) & Kaisla (FIN)
    Attendance: 4,500

    Finland – Czechoslovakia 3-11 (2-7, 0-2, 1-2)

    0-01 (01:09) Ivan Hlinka 1 (Bubla) PP1
    0-02 (01:51) Marian Stastny 1 (Dvorak)
    1-02 (03:30) Esa Peltonen 1 (Koivulahti)
    1-03 (06:41) Ivan Hlinka 2 (Bubla) PP1
    1-04 (08:43) Bohuslav Ebermann 1 (Novy/Machac)
    1-05 (13:20) Jaroslav Pouzar 1 (M. Stastny)
    1-06 (13:48) Milan Chalupa 1 (Novy/Martinec)
    2-06 (14:59) Jukka Alkula 1 (Jarkko)
    2-07 (15:05) Milan Novy 1 (Martinec/Machac)
    2-08 (34:31) Milan Novy 2 (Martinec)
    2-09 (39:29) Marian Stastny 2 (Pouzar/P. Stastny)
    3-09 (40:27) Pertti Koivulahti 1
    3-10 (42:55) Eduard Novak 1 (Ebermann)
    3-11 (52:10*) Peter Stastny 1 (M. Stastny) SH1

    * other source: 52:33

    Penalty minutes: 12 (6x2) – 9 (2x2 + 5 for J. Novak)
    Shots: 20-50 (7-26, 4-11, 9-13)
    Referees: Vaillancourt (CAN) – Toemen (NED) & Erhard (FRG)
    Attendance: 2,500

    Canada – USA 4-1 (2-1, 1-0, 1-0)

    1-0 (11:32) Philip Esposito 1 (Paiement) PP1
    1-1 (13:03) Robert Miller 1 (Williams) PP1
    2-1 (13:42) Jean Pronovost 1 (Klassen)
    3-1 (33:27) Wilfred Paiement 1 (Larouche)
    4-1 (59:12) Pierre Larouche 1 (Klassen/Gilbert)

    Penalty minutes: 12 (6x2) – 8 (4x2)
    Shots: 29-34 (7-13, 12-5, 10-16)
    Referees: Dombrovsky (URS) – Westreicher (AUT) & Schell (HUN)
    Attendance: 7,500


    22 April 1977

    USA – Romania 7-2 (0-1, 4-1, 3-0)

    0-1 (09:29) Doru Tureanu 1 (Costea) PP1
    0-2 (21:56) Florea Zganca 1
    1-2 (25:36) James Jim McElmury 1 (Debol) PP1
    2-2 (27:55) Warren Miller 1 (Younghans) PP1
    3-2 (32:57) David Debol 1 4-on-4
    4-2 (39:47) Warren Williams 1 SH1
    5-2 (41:08) David Debol 2 (Hynes)
    6-2 (42:48) Robert Miller 2 (Williams)
    7-2 (44:51) Robert Krieger 1 (McElmury/Hynes)

    Penalty minutes: 20 (10x2) – 14 (7x2)
    Shots: 28-29 (4-15, 11-9, 13-5)
    Referees: Kompalla (FRG) – Wieser (AUT) & Wögerer (AUT)
    Attendance: 1,000

    Soviet Union – Finland 11-6 (2-0, 6-2, 3-4)

    01-0 (07:31) Vladimir Petrov 2 (Mikhailov)
    02-0 (16:06) Vladimir Petrov 3 4-on-4
    02-1 (24:59) Pertti Koivulahti 2 (Porvari)
    03-1 (26:35) Sergei Kapustin 2 (Balderis)
    04-1 (27:07) Valeri Kharlamov 3 (Petrov)
    05-1 (31:32) Valeri Kharlamov 4 (Mikhailov)
    06-1 (33:37) Alexandr Maltsev 1
    06-2 (36:28) Jukka Alkula 2 (Siltanen) PP1
    07-2 (37:35) Vyacheslav Fetisov 1 (Maltsev)
    08-2 (38:37) Viktor Zhluktov 2 (Balderis) PP1
    09-2 (43:57) Sergei Kapustin 3 (Balderis)
    10-2 (44:30) Boris Mikhailov 2 (Gusev)
    11-2 (47:25) Valeri Kharlamov 5 (Petrov)
    11-3 (53:45) Martti Jarkko 1 (Ahokainen)
    11-4 (56:48) Pertti Koivulahti 3
    11-5 (58:16) Hannu Haapalainen 1 (Porvari)
    11-6 (58:25) Jukka Alkula 3

    Penalty minutes: 8 (4x2) – 8 (4x2)
    Shots: 55-30 (19-7, 22-10, 14-13)
    Referees: Neagles (USA) – Westreicher (AUT) & Schell (HUN)
    Attendance: 1,000

    Czechoslovakia – West Germany 9-3 (4-2, 2-1, 3-0)

    0-1 (00:24) Erich Kühnhackl 1 (Schloder)
    1-1 (02:04) Milan Novy 3 (Pospisil)
    1-2 (07:46) Udo Kießling 1 (Philipp) PP1
    2-2 (08:55) Marian Stastny 3 (P. Stastny) SH1
    3-2 (13:21) Bohuslav Ebermann 2 (Machac) PP1
    4-2 (18:55) Bohuslav Ebermann 3 (Novy)
    5-2 (27:24) Bohuslav Ebermann 4 (Martinec/Novy) PP1
    5-3 (28:06) Lorenz Funk 1 (Köberle)
    6-3 (38:47) Milan Novy 4 (Martinec/Pospisil)
    7-3 (45:18) Ivan Hlinka 3 (Lukac) PP1
    8-3 (50:56) Vladimir Martinec 1
    9-3 (56:11) Marian Stastny 4 (P. Stastny)

    Penalty minutes: 17 (6x2 + 5 for Hlinka) – 14 (7x2)
    Shots: 32-30 (12-6, 7-14, 13-10)
    Referees: Sepponen (FIN) – Presneanu (ROM) & Kaisla (FIN)
    Attendance: 1,000

    Sweden – Canada 4-2 (2-0, 1-0, 1-2)

    1-0 (05:43) Mats Ahlberg 2 (Jax) PP1
    2-0 (07:08) Lars-Erik Ericsson 1 (Eriksson/Olsson)
    3-0 (27:07) Lars-Erik Ericsson 2 (Eriksson)
    3-1 (53:23) Jean Pronovost 2 (Merrick/Klassen)
    3-2 (59:34) Pierre Larouche 2 (Pronovost)
    4-2 (59:48) Per-Olov Brasar 1 EN

    Penalty minutes: 8 (4x2) – 21 (8x2 + 5 for Paiement)
    Shots: 21-27 (6-11, 6-3, 9-13)
    Referees: Filip (TCH) – Toemen (NED) & Erhard (FRG)
    Attendance: 4,500

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    IIHF 1977 IHWC, Austria

    24 April 1977

    Romania – Czechoslovakia 1-13 (0-5, 0-4, 1-4)

    0-01 (06:02) Jaroslav Pouzar 2 (P. Stastny)
    0-02 (07:26) Jiri Novak 1 (Martinec)
    0-03 (10:05) Bohuslav Ebermann 5
    0-04 (15:16) Jiri Holik 1 (J. Novak/Martinec) PP1
    0-05 (18:17) Eduard Novak 2 (Novy/Pospisil)
    0-06 (21:34) Ivan Hlinka 4 (Holik)
    0-07 (22:30) Ivan Hlinka 5
    0-08 (23:51) Vladimir Martinec 2 (Pouzar)
    0-09 (24:19) Eduard Novak 3 (Novy/Ebermann)
    0-10 (42:07) Peter Stastny 2 (M. Stastny)
    0-11 (46:12) Marian Stastny 5 (Pouzar)
    0-12 (48:01) Eduard Novak 4 (Novy)
    1-12 (54:29) Laszlo Solyom 1
    1-13 (56:32) Marian Stastny 6 (Kaberle/P. Stastny)

    Penalty minutes: 4 (2x2) – 0
    Shots: 22-78 (9-31, 9-28, 4-19)
    Referees: Kompalla (FRG) – Westreicher (AUT) & Schell (HUN)
    Attendance: 1,000

    Finland – Sweden 1-5 (0-1, 1-0, 0-4)

    0-1 (13:42) Lars-Erik Ericsson 3 (Eriksson/Olsson)
    1-1 (36:50) Esa Peltonen 2 (Koivulahti)
    1-2 (50:12) Kent-Erik Andersson 1 (Lundholm)
    1-3 (52:05) Bengt Lundholm 3
    1-4 (55:26) Stefan Persson 1 (Olsson/Eriksson)
    1-5 (58:36) Bengt Lundholm 4 (Eriksson)

    Penalty minutes: 0 – 4 (2x2)
    Shots: 41-36 (12-12, 17-10, 12-14)
    Referees: Vaillancourt (CAN) – Wieser (AUT) & Wögerer (AUT)
    Attendance: 2,000

    West Germany – USA 3-3 (1-2, 1-1, 1-0)

    0-1 (05:39) Warren Miller 2 (Younghans)
    1-1 (08:41) Lorenz Funk 2 PP1
    1-2 (13:14) Warren Williams 2 (Nanne)
    2-2 (24:42) Rainer Philipp 1 (Kühnhackl)
    2-3 (27:49) James Jim McElmury 2 PP1
    3-3 (48:40) Erich Kühnhackl 2

    Penalty minutes: 4 (2x2) – 12 (6x2)
    Shots: 49-22 (18-7, 15-6, 16-9)
    Referees: Dombrovsky (URS) – Presneanu (ROM) & Kaisla (FIN)
    Attendance: 6,000

    Canada – Soviet Union 1-11 (0-3, 1-5, 0-3)

    0-01 (08:36) Helmut Balderis 2
    0-02 (11:09) Valeri Kharlamov 6 (Petrov/Mikhailov)
    0-03 (14:32) Alexandr Yakushev 1 (Maltsev)
    0-04 (21:47) Alexandr Yakushev 2 (Lutchenko) PP1
    0-05 (26:51) Valeri Vasiliev 1 (Kapustin) PP1
    0-06 (29:40) Helmut Balderis 3 (Kapustin)
    0-07 (30:36) Boris Mikhailov 3 (Petrov/Kharlamov)
    0-08 (31:53) Alexandr Yakushev 3 (Maltsev)
    1-08 (38:48) Richard Hampton 1 (McKechnie) SH1
    1-09 (44:39) Viktor Zhluktov 3 (Kapustin)
    1-10 (47:31) Boris Mikhailov 4 PP1
    1-11 (50:43) Alexandr Yakushev 4 (Shadrin/Maltsev)

    Penalty minutes: 19 (7x2 + 5 for Paiement) – 2
    Shots: 25-28 (10-11, 6-10, 9-7)
    Referees: Karlsson (SWE) – Toemen (NED) & Erhard (FRG)
    Attendance: 8,000

    25 April 1977

    Sweden – West Germany 7-1 (2-0, 3-0, 2-1)

    1-0 (13:08) Mats Ahlberg 3 (Jax)
    2-0 (15:34) Roland Eriksson 2 (Brasar) PP1
    3-0 (28:44) Roland Eriksson 3 (Ahlberg) PP1
    4-0 (30:03) Roland Eriksson 4
    5-0 (35:59) Rolf Edberg 2 PP2
    5-1 (46:15) Hans Zach 1 (Reindl)
    6-1 (59:16) Kent-Erik Andersson 2
    7-1 (59:58) Stefan Persson 2 (Olsson)

    Penalty minutes: 4 (2x2) – 24 (7x2 + 10 for Kühnhackl)
    Shots: 53-24 (23-10, 16-5, 14-9)
    Referees: Sepponen (FIN) – Westreicher (AUT) & Kaisla (FIN)
    Attendance: 2,000

    Soviet Union – Romania 18-1 (4-0, 8-0, 6-1)

    01-0 (02:45) Viktor Zhluktov 4 (Kapustin)
    02-0 (04:48) Viktor Shalimov 1 (Shadrin/Yakushev)
    03-0 (10:20) Boris Mikhailov 5 (Vasiliev)
    04-0 (19:59) Viktor Shalimov 2
    05-0 (21:44) Sergei Babinov 2 (Yakushev)
    06-0 (23:17) Sergei Kapustin 4
    07-0 (23:36) Vyacheslav Fetisov 2 (Mikhailov/Kharlamov)
    08-0 (26:22) Sergei Kapustin 5
    09-0 (28:18) Vyacheslav Fetisov 3 (Petrov)
    10-0 (29:52) Helmut Balderis 4 (Kapustin/Zhluktov)
    11-0 (35:46) Viktor Shalimov 3 (Lutchenko)
    12-0 (37:33) Boris Mikhailov 6 (Petrov/Fetisov)
    13-0 (40:53) Boris Mikhailov 7 (Kharlamov/Petrov)
    14-0 (45:03) Valeri Kharlamov 7
    15-0 (47:09) Helmut Balderis 5 (Zhluktov/Vasiliev)
    16-0 (48:21) Vladimir Petrov 4 (Fetisov)
    16-1 (50:23) Dezideriu Varga 1 (Pana)
    17-1 (57:33) Vladimir Petrov 5 (Fetisov)
    18-1 (59:46) Vasily Pervukhin 1 (Petrov)

    Penalty minutes: 0 – 0 (!!)
    Shots: 62-13 (18-2, 21-4, 23-7)
    Referees: Filip (TCH) – Wieser (AUT) & Wögerer (AUT)
    Attendance: 600


    26 April 1977

    USA – Finland 2-3 (1-1, 0-0, 1-2)

    0-1 (08:10) Pekka Rautakallio 1 (Koivulahti/Peltonen)
    1-1 (19:49) Robert Krieger 2 (Hynes/Micheletti)
    1-2 (45:16) Timo Sutinen 1 (Rautakallio)
    2-2 (51:00) Warren Williams 3 (R. Miller/Heaslip)
    2-3 (57:44) Timo Sutinen 2 (Makkonen/Rautakallio)

    Penalty minutes: 2 – 2
    Shots: 25-31 (12-7, 3-8, 10-16)
    Referees: Vaillancourt (CAN) – Wieser (AUT) & Wögerer (AUT)
    Attendance: 4,000

    Czechoslovakia – Canada 3-3 (0-0, 2-3, 1-0)

    1-0 (21:58) Marian Stastny 7 (Pouzar)
    2-0 (30:33) Jaroslav Pouzar 3 (Bubla) PP1
    2-1 (34:17) Pierre Larouche 3 (Paiement)
    2-2 (34:42) Leonard Wayne Merrick 1 (MacAdam)
    2-3 (35:37) Ronald Ellis 1
    3-3 (41:01) Milan Novy 5 (Ebermann)

    Penalty minutes: 2 – 18 (4x2 + 10 for McKechnie)
    Shots: 29-38 (8-12, 15-10, 6-16)
    Referees: Sepponen (FIN) – Toemen (NED) & Erhard (FRG)
    Attendance: 8,500


    27 April 1977

    Romania – West Germany 3-6 (0-3, 2-1, 1-2)

    0-1 (01:18) Walter Köberle 1 (Vacatko)
    0-2 (09:25) Hans Zach 2 (Hinterstocker)
    0-3 (12:35) Erich Kühnhackl 3 4-on-4
    0-4 (27:46) Alois Schloder 1 (Kühnhackl)
    1-4 (28:58) Florea Zganca 2 (Gheorghiu)
    2-4 (34:32) Doru Tureanu 2
    2-5 (47:22) Hans Zach 3 (Reindl)
    2-6 (49:56) Rainer Philipp 2 (Schloder/Kießling) PP1
    3-6 (50:23) Laszlo Solyom 2 (Nistor)

    Penalty minutes: 31 (8x2 + 5 for Gall + 10 for Costea) – 17 (6x2 + 5 for Auhuber)
    Shots: 21-42 (8-10, 10-21, 3-11)
    Referees: Dombrovsky (URS) – Kaisla (FIN) & Wieser (AUT)
    Attendance: 3,000

    Canada – Finland 5-1 (2-0, 0-1, 3-0)

    1-0 (11:00) Eric Vail 1 (Paiement/Merrick)
    2-0 (15:09) Reginald Allan MacAdam 1 (Gilbert)
    2-1 (35:25) Esa Peltonen 3 (Koivulahti)
    3-1 (41:57) Carol Vadnais 1 (MacAdam)
    4-1 (54:38) Ronald Ellis 2 (Klassen/McKechnie)
    5-1 (59:09) Reginald Allan MacAdam 2 (McKechnie)

    Penalty minutes: 6 (3x2) – 4 (2x2)
    Shots: 35-18 (11-4, 8-9, 16-5)
    Referees: Filip (TCH) – Westreicher (AUT) & Schell (HUN)
    Attendance: 4,000

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    IIHF 1977 IHWC, Austria

    28 April 1977

    Sweden – USA 9-0 (4-0, 3-0, 2-0)

    1-0 (02:54) Lars-Erik Ericsson 4 (Olsson)
    2-0 (11:02) Mats Ahlberg 4 (Brasar)
    3-0 (15:01) Rolf Edberg 3 (Brasar/Lundholm) PP1
    4-0 (19:58) Mats Ahlberg 5 (Jax/Brasar) PP1
    5-0 (21:00) Lars Zetterström 1 (Edberg)
    6-0 (27:52) Mats Ahlberg 6 (Weinstock) SH1
    7-0 (31:06) Hans Jax 2 (Ahlberg)
    8-0 (45:03) Kent-Erik Andersson 3 PP1
    9-0 (56:28) Rolf Edberg 4 (Brasar)

    Penalty minutes: 10 (5x2) – 8 (4x2)
    Shots: 35-21 (14-3, 10-11, 11-7)
    Referees: Vaillancourt (CAN) – Wieser (AUT) & Wögerer (AUT)
    Attendance: 4,000

    Czechoslovakia – Soviet Union 1-6 (1-1, 0-4, 0-1)

    0-1 (04:27) Viktor Zhluktov 5 (Pervukhin/Kapustin)
    1-1 (12:18) Vladimir Martinec 3 (Pospisil)
    1-2 (22:46) Sergei Kapustin 6 (Balderis/Zhluktov)
    1-3 (25:58) Boris Mikhailov 8 (Kharlamov/Petrov)
    1-4 (28:00) Sergei Kapustin 7 (Balderis)
    1-5 (34:06) Sergei Babinov 3 (Shadrin) PP1
    1-6 (52:08) Alexandr Yakushev 5 (Shadrin)

    Penalty minutes: 8 (4x2) – 6 (3x2)
    Shots: 29-49 (13-14, 9-19, 7-16)
    Referees: Kompalla (FRG) – Kaisla (FIN) & Toemen (NED)
    Attendance: 9,000


    29 April 1977

    Finland – Romania 4-2 (2-0, 0-1, 2-1)

    1-0 (12:45) Esa Peltonen 4 PP2
    2-0 (16:22) Jukka Porvari 1 (Koivulahti)
    2-1 (29:18) Florea Zganca 3
    3-1 (45:20) Timo Sutinen 3 (Makkonen)
    4-1 (46:20) Pertti Koivulahti 4 (Peltonen/Porvari)
    4-2 (56:38) Dumitru Axinte 1 (Elöd)

    Penalty minutes: 15 (5x2 + 5 for Nummelin) – 10 (5x2)
    Shots: 50-23 (22-7, 16-8, 12-8)
    Referees: Karlsson (SWE) – Schell (HUN) & Erhard (FRG)
    Attendance: 2,500

    West Germany – Canada 3-9 (1-2, 0-3, 2-4)

    0-1 (12:24) Carol Vadnais 2 (Larouche)
    1-1 (15:32) Franz Reindl 1 (Zach)
    1-2 (17:31) Eric Vail 2 (Larouche)
    1-3 (26:47) Wilfred Paiement 2 (Larouche/Vail)
    1-4 (28:33) Carol Vadnais 3 (P. Esposito)
    1-5 (34:11) Rodrigue Gilbert 1 (Russell)
    1-6 (40:17) Philip Esposito 2 (Ellis) PP1
    1-7 (47:06) Rodrigue Gilbert 2 (McKechnie)
    1-8 (48:38) Pierre Larouche 4
    2-8 (49:31) Rainer Philipp 3 (Kühnhackl)
    2-9 (54:24) Wilfred Paiement 3 (Larouche/Russell)
    3-9 (57:37) Josef Völk 1 PP1

    Penalty minutes: 8 (4x2) – 18 (9x2)
    Shots: 40-40 (16-17, 10-13, 14-10)
    Referees: Neagles (USA) – Westreicher (AUT) & Toemen (NED)
    Attendance: 3,500


    30 April 1977

    Sweden – Czechoslovakia 1-3 (1-1, 0-0, 0-2)

    1-0 (08:52) Martin Karlsson 1 (Brasar)
    1-1 (18:25) Jaroslav Pouzar 4 (M. Stastny) PP1
    1-2 (43:31) Ivan Hlinka 6 (Holik/J. Novak)
    1-3 (47:21) Oldrich Machac 1 (Pospisil)

    Penalty minutes: 8 (4x2) – 6 (3x2)
    Shots: 29-31 (12-11, 7-13, 10-7)
    Referees: Vaillancourt (CAN) – Toemen (NED) & Erhard (FRG)
    Attendance: 6,500

    Soviet Union – USA 8-2 (5-0, 3-2, 0-0)

    1-0 (05:16) Viktor Shalimov 4 (Yakushev/Babinov)
    2-0 (11:18) Boris Mikhailov 9 (Petrov)
    3-0 (13:53) Sergei Kapustin 8 PP1
    4-0 (14:10) Vladimir Petrov 6 (Gusev/Kharlamov)
    5-0 (14:52) Boris Mikhailov 10 (Tsygankov)
    6-0 (20:22) Vladimir Petrov 7 (Kharlamov) 4-on-4
    7-0 (29:54) Boris Mikhailov 11
    8-0 (30:47) Vladimir Shadrin 1 (Lutchenko)
    8-1 (37:44) Walter Olds 1
    8-2 (38:10) David Hynes 1 (Krieger/Olds)

    Penalty minutes: 6 (3x2) – 24 (7x2 + 10 for Williams)
    Shots: 48-28 (21-4, 16-10, 11-14)
    Referees: Sepponen (FIN) – Presneanu (ROM) & Kaisla (FIN)
    Attendance: 4,000


    1 May 1977

    Canada – Romania 7-2 (2-2, 2-0, 3-0)

    1-0 (02:22) Ronald Ellis 3 (Klassen) 4-on-4
    1-1 (03:41) Doru Tureanu 3 (Costea) 4-on-4
    1-2 (09:36) Dumitru Axinte 2 (Costea)
    2-2 (14:52) Philip Esposito 3 (Ellis)
    3-2 (29:15) Eric Vail 3 (Larouche/Paiement)
    4-2 (37:34) Reginald Allan MacAdam 3 (McKechnie/D. Smith)
    5-2 (42:46) Leonard Wayne Merrick 2 (MacAdam)
    6-2 (43:56) Reginald Allan MacAdam 4 (McKechnie) SH1
    7-2 (46:18) Ralph Klassen 1 (P. Esposito)

    Penalty minutes: 6 (3x2) – 6 (3x2)
    Shots: 45-29 (17-18, 17-2, 11-9)
    Referees: Neagles (USA) – Schell (HUN) & Kaisla (FIN)
    Attendance: 3,500

    Finland – West Germany 4-1 (2-0, 1-0, 1-1)

    1-0 (07:18) Esa Peltonen 5 (Koivulahti) PP1
    2-0 (16:18) Pekka Rautakallio 2 (Makkonen)
    3-0 (38:14) Pertti Koivulahti 5 (Alkula/Marjamäki) PP1
    4-0 (56:05) Veli-Matti Ruisma 1 4-on-4
    4-1 (59:50) Walter Köberle 2 (Funk)

    Penalty minutes: 15 (5x2 + 5 for Marjamäki) – 15 (5x2 + 5 for Kretschmer)
    Shots: 29-28 (9-10, 10-8, 10-10)
    Referees: Dombrovsky (URS) – Wieser (AUT) & Westreicher (AUT)
    Attendance: 2,500


    2 May 1977

    USA – Czechoslovakia 3-6 (2-1, 1-3, 0-2)

    0-1 (12:45) Vladimir Martinec 4 (J. Novak)
    1-1 (15:56) David Hynes 2 (Debol) PP1
    2-1 (16:49) Robert Miller 3 (Williams)
    2-2 (20:14) Ivan Hlinka 7 PP1
    3-2 (21:29) Robert Krieger 3 (Debol)
    3-3 (27:10) Jiri Holik 2 (J. Novak)
    3-4 (37:36) Ivan Hlinka 8 (Bubla) PP2
    3-5 (40:22) Milan Novy 6
    3-6 (49:34) Peter Stastny 3

    Penalty minutes: 10 (5x2) – 4 (2x2)
    Shots: 20-39 (9-13, 4-9, 7-17)
    Referees: Karlsson (SWE) – Toemen (NED) & Wögerer (AUT)
    Attendance: 2,500

    Sweden – Soviet Union 5-1 (1-0, 2-0, 2-1)

    1-0 (05:04) Per-Olov Brasar 2 (Lindgren) PP1
    2-0 (21:40) Kent-Erik Andersson 4
    3-0 (38:26) Mats Ahlberg 7 PP1
    4-0 (41:00) Bengt Lundholm 5
    4-1 (44:53) Gennadiy Tsygankov 1 PP1
    5-1 (57:34) Rolf Edberg 5 (Lundholm)

    (38:05) Maltsev misses penalty (saved by Högosta).

    Penalty minutes: 20 (5x2 + 10 for Zetterström) – 9 (2x2 + 5 for Kapustin)
    Shots: 41-38 (11-12, 12-14, 18-12)
    Referees: Kompalla (FRG) – Erhard (FRG) & Schell (HUN)
    Attendance: 6,500


    PRELIMINARY ROUND STANDINGS

       
    GP
    W
    D
    L
    GF:GA
    P
    1.Sweden
    7
    6
    0
    1
    39:09
    12
    2.Soviet Union
    7
    6
    0
    1
    65:16
    12
    3.Czechoslovakia
    7
    5
    1
    1
    46:20
    11
    4.Canada
    7
    4
    1
    2
    31:25
    09
    5.Finland
    7
    3
    0
    4
    22:37
    06
    6.USA
    7
    1
    1
    5
    18:35
    03
    7.West Germany
    7
    1
    1
    5
    17:45
    03
    8.Romania
    7
    0
    0
    7
    12:63
    00

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    Hi,

    Do you have goaltender stats for the tournement?

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    IIHF 1977 IHWC, Austria

    POS
    NAME
    NAT
    G
    GLSSHT
    SVS %
    001Göran HögostaSWE0700920695.81
    002Vladislav TretiakURS0901719191.83
    003David ReeceUSA0501615190.42
    004Anthony EspositoCAN0902923889.14
    005Jorma ValtonenFIN0702520589.13
    006Hardy AströmSWE0401008189.01
    007Vladimir DzurillaTCH0701814288.75
    008Jiri HolecekTCH0401409487.04
    009Sigmund SuttnerFRG0602313885.71
    010Alexandr SidelnikovURS0400704185.42
    011Urpo YlönenFIN0401810385.12
    012Valerian NeteduROM1004122484.53
    013James Jim RutherfordCAN0200603284.21
    014Michael CurranUSA0502714384.12
    015Anton KehleFRG0803513979.89
    016Gheorghe HutanROM0604313175.29
    Last edited by Derrick; 28-03-2011 at 16:44.

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    IIHF 1977 IHWC, Austria

    RELEGATION ROUND

    3 May 1977

    Romania – Finland 1-14 (0-3, 1-6, 0-5)

    0-01 (00:18) Timo Nummelin 1 (Oksanen)
    0-02 (11:32) Jukka Porvari 2 (Lindström) PP1 (4-on-3)
    0-03 (17:07) Seppo Ahokainen 1 (Jarkko/Haapalainen)
    0-04 (20:55) Jukka Alkula 4 (Ahokainen/Jarkko)
    0-05 (28:20) Jukka Alkula 5
    0-06 (29:24) Pekka Rautakallio 3 (Oksanen/Sutinen)
    0-07 (29:58) Timo Sutinen 4 (Oksanen)
    0-08 (30:35) Martti Jarkko 2 (Ahokainen)
    1-08 (38:22) Dumitru Axinte 3 (Gall/Tureanu)
    1-09 (39:41) Kari Makkonen 1 (Sutinen/Oksanen)
    1-10 (42:19) Jukka Alkula 6 (Haapalainen)
    1-11 (43:08) Seppo Lindström 1 (Lehtonen)
    1-12 (52:12) Timo Sutinen 5 (Oksanen) 4-on-4
    1-13 (53:22) Kari Makkonen 2 (Sutinen/Marjamäki) 4-on-4
    1-14 (54:48) Antero Lehtonen 1 (Jarkko)

    Penalty minutes: 8 (4x2) – 6 (3x2)
    Shots: 29-48 (11-17, 6-15, 12-16)
    Referees: Neagles (USA) – Schell (HUN) & Westreicher (AUT)
    Attendance: 2,000

    West Germany – USA 1-4 (1-1, 0-3, 0-0)

    0-1 (08:19) David Debol 3 (McElmury/Micheletti)
    1-1 (17:05) Rainer Philipp 4 (Kühnhackl)
    1-2 (24:05) Robert Miller 4 (Nanne)
    1-3 (24:36) Robert Miller 5 (Williams/Younghans)
    1-4 (28:12) William Schneider 1 (W. Miller/Younghans)

    Penalty minutes: 10 (5x2) – 18 (9x2)
    Shots: 42-30 (17-6, 9-17, 16-7)
    Referees: Dombrovsky (URS) – Kaisla (FIN) & Toemen (NED)
    Attendance: 2,000


    5 May 1977

    Finland – West Germany 7-2 (4-0, 0-2, 3-0)

    1-0 (07:26) Lasse Oksanen 1 (Makkonen)
    2-0 (08:57) Kari Makkonen 3 (Sutinen) PP1
    3-0 (17:19) Jukka Alkula 7 (Marjamäki)
    4-0 (19:51) Timo Sutinen 6 (Rautakallio) PP1
    4-1 (22:31) Erich Kühnhackl 4 (Kießling) PP1
    4-2 (39:53) Erich Kühnhackl 5 (Schloder/Philipp) PP1
    5-2 (47:32) Kari Makkonen 4
    6-2 (55:37) Martti Jarkko 3 (Alkula)
    7-2 (57:59) Risto Siltanen 1 (Ruisma)

    Penalty minutes: 10 (5x2) – 10 (5x2)
    Shots: 40-38 (13-12, 11-12, 16-14)
    Referees: Vaillancourt (CAN) – Presneanu (ROM) & Schell (HUN)
    Attendance: 2,000

    USA – Romania 4-5 (0-1, 1-4, 3-0)

    0-1 (17:13) Marian Pisaru 1 (Varga)
    1-1 (21:57) Robert Krieger 4 (McElmury/R. Miller)
    1-2 (22:50) Doru Tureanu 4
    1-3 (32:06) Dezideriu Varga 2 (Ionita) 4-on-4
    1-4 (35:20) Doru Tureanu 5 (Zganca) PP2
    1-5 (36:55) Sandor Gall 1 (Varga) PP1
    2-5 (42:58) Louis Nanne 1 (W. Miller)
    3-5 (58:28) Robert Krieger 5 (Micheletti) PP1
    4-5 (59:47) David Hynes 3 (Olds)

    Penalty minutes: 15 (5x2 + 5 for Nanne) – 10 (5x2)
    Shots: 31-33 (13-11, 9-17, 9-5)
    Referees: Filip (TCH) – Wögerer (AUT) & Erhard (FRG)
    Attendance: 1,500


    7 May 1977

    Romania – West Germany 2-3 (0-1, 2-1, 0-1)

    0-1 (12:47) Franz Reindl 2 (Zach/Hinterstocker)
    1-1 (21:49) Florea Zganca 4 (Pana)
    2-1 (29:50) Doru Tureanu 6 (Gall)
    2-2 (37:59) Ignaz Berndaner 1 (Schloder)
    2-3 (56:10) Alois Schloder 2 (Kühnhackl)

    Penalty minutes: 4 (2x2) – 6 (3x2)
    Shots: 22-47 (5-18, 12-13, 5-16)
    Referees: Vaillancourt (CAN) – Kaisla (FIN) & Toemen (NED)
    Attendance: 2,500

    USA – Finland 3-2 (0-0, 2-1, 1-1)

    1-0 (21:21) Jukka Porvari 3 SH1
    1-1 (34:50) Robert Krieger 6 (Hynes/R. Miller)
    1-2 (35:28) Warren Williams 4 (Micheletti/Schneider)
    1-3 (47:41) Louis Nanne 2 (Micheletti)
    2-3 (50:30) Lasse Oksanen 2 (Rautakallio) PP1

    Penalty minutes: 14 (7x2) – 10 (5x2)
    Shots: 32-22 (9-8, 13-5, 10-9)
    Referees: Filip (TCH) – Erhard (FRG) & Presneanu (ROM)
    Attendance: 1,500


    RELEGATION ROUND STANDINGS

       
    GP
    W
    D
    L
    GF:GA
    P
    5.Finland
    10
    5
    0
    5
    45:43
    10
    6.USA
    10
    3
    1
    6
    29:43
    07
    7.West Germany
    10
    2
    1
    7
    23:58
    05
    8.Romania
    10
    1
    0
    9
    20:84
    02

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    IIHF 1977 IHWC, Austria

    FINAL ROUND

    4 May 1977

    Czechoslovakia – Soviet Union 4-3 (3-0, 1-3, 0-0)

    1-0 (00:41) Vladimir Martinec 5 (Novy)
    2-0 (09:53) Jiri Novak 2 (Hlinka) PP1
    3-0 (12:14) Jiri Holik 3 (Hlinka) PP1
    4-0 (20:21) Milan Novy 7 (Ebermann/Martinec)
    4-1 (24:20) Valeri Kharlamov 8 (Petrov/Mikhailov)
    4-2 (26:49) Boris Mikhailov 12 (Petrov/Gusev)
    4-3 (29:07) Helmut Balderis 6

    Penalty minutes: 10 (5x2) – 8 (4x2)
    Shots: 22-27 (9-8, 8-11, 5-8)
    Referees: Neagles (USA) – Erhard (FRG) & Toemen (NED)
    Attendance: 7,000

    Canada – Sweden 7-0 (3-0, 3-0, 1-0)

    1-0 (02:07) Leonard Wayne Merrick 3 (Hampton)
    2-0 (04:45) Pierre Larouche 5 (Hampton)
    3-0 (16:26) Philip Esposito 4 (G. Smith/Ellis) PP1
    4-0 (25:57) Ronald Ellis 4 (P. Esposito)
    5-0 (28:15) Pierre Larouche 6 (Paiement)
    6-0 (28:37) Philip Esposito 5 (Ellis/MacAdam)
    7-0 (47:22) Eric Vail 4

    Penalty minutes: 27 (6x2 + 5+10 for Vadnais) – 2
    Shots: 36-30 (7-14, 14-13, 15-3)
    Referees: Sepponen (FIN) – Kaisla (FIN) & Westreicher (AUT)
    Attendance: 8,000


    6 May 1977

    Sweden – Czechoslovakia 1-2 (0-0, 0-0, 1-2)

    0-1 (46:20) Vladimir Martinec 6 (Novy/Pospisil)
    1-1 (54:48) Per-Olov Brasar 3 (Weinstock) PP1
    1-2 (55:38) Bohuslav Ebermann 6 (Martinec)

    Penalty minutes: 6 (3x2) – 8 (4x2)
    Shots: 23-30 (3-10, 8-12, 12-8)
    Referees: Kompalla (FRG) – Erhard (FRG) & Westreicher (AUT)
    Attendance: 9,000

    Soviet Union – Canada 8-1 (1-1, 4-0, 3-0)

    1-0 (04:26) Gennadiy Tsygankov 2 (Mikhailov) PP1
    1-1 (06:46) Gregory Smith 1 PP1
    2-1 (23:08) Alexandr Yakushev 6 (Shadrin/Maltsev) PP1
    3-1 (23:32) Sergei Kapustin 9 (Balderis) PP1
    4-1 (29:37) Valeri Kharlamov 9 (Mikhailov)
    5-1 (31:33) Helmut Balderis 7
    6-1 (42:08) Alexandr Yakushev 7 (Maltsev)
    7-1 (45:43) Vladimir Shadrin 2 (Maltsev) PP1
    8-1 (46:20) Helmut Balderis 8 (Kapustin/Zhluktov)

    Penalty minutes: 12 (6x2) – 62 (11x2 + 10 for Vadnais, Vail (MP) & Larouche)
    Shots: 47-31 (12-9, 16-9, 19-13)
    Referees: Sepponen (FIN) – Toemen (NED) & Kaisla (FIN)
    Attendance: 9,400


    8 May 1977

    Canada – Czechoslovakia 8-2 (2-0, 2-2, 4-0)

    1-0 (06:03) Leonard Wayne Merrick 4 (Vadnais/Russell)
    2-0 (09:55) Philip Esposito 6
    3-0 (27:34) Ronald Ellis 5 (Merrick)
    3-1 (34:26) Ivan Hlinka 9 (Holik)
    4-1 (35:02) Pierre Larouche 7
    4-2 (35:33) Jiri Holik 4 (Hlinka)
    5-2 (43:08) Wilfred Paiement 4 (Larouche)
    6-2 (47:14) Walter McKechnie 1 (Pronovost) SH1
    7-2 (52:33) Philip Esposito 7 (Kearns)
    8-2 (53:36) Wilfred Paiement 5 (Larouche/D. Smith)

    Penalty minutes: 16 (8x2) – 6 (3x2)
    Shots: 21-38 (7-12, 7-14, 7-12)
    Referees: Karlsson (SWE) – Westreicher (AUT) & Kaisla (FIN)
    Attendance: 9,400

    Soviet Union – Sweden 1-3 (1-1, 0-2, 0-0)

    1-0 (07:49) Vladimir Shadrin 3 (Maltsev/Yakushev) PP1
    1-1 (09:15) Roland Eriksson 5 (Ericsson/Olsson)
    1-2 (22:52) Roland Eriksson 6 (Jax)
    1-3 (29:57) Roland Eriksson 7 (Brasar/Salming) SH1

    Penalty minutes: 2 – 18 (4x2 + 10 for Persson)
    Shots: 47-20 (21-4, 11-8, 15-8)
    Referees: Neagles (USA) – Toemen (NED) & Schell (HUN)
    Attendance: 9,000


    FINAL ROUND STANDINGS

       
    GP
    W
    D
    L
    GF:GA
    P
    1.Czechoslovakia
    10
    7
    1
    2
    54:32
    15
    2.Sweden
    10
    7
    0
    3
    43:19
    14
    3.Soviet Union
    10
    7
    0
    3
    77:24
    14
    4.Canada
    10
    6
    1
    3
    47:35
    13


    SCORING LEADERS

       
    GP
    G
    A
    P
    01.Vladimir Petrov
    10
    071421
    02.Boris Mikhailov
    10
    120719
    03.Valeri Kharlamov
    10
    090716
     Sergei Kapustin
    10
    090716
    05.Milan Novy
    10
    070916
    06.Helmut Balderis
    09
    080715
    07.Pierre Larouche
    10
    070815
    08.Vladimir Martinec
    10
    060915
    09.Roland Eriksson
    10
    070613
    10.Ivan Hlinka
    10
    090312
    11.Marian Stastny
    10
    070411
     Alexandr Yakushev
    10
    070411
    13.Pertti Koivulahti
    07
    050611
    14.Per-Olov Brasar
    10
    030811
    15.Philip Esposito
    10
    070310
    16.Bohuslav Ebermann
    10
    060410
     Timo Sutinen
    10
    060410
    18.Erich Kühnhackl
    10
    050510
     Wilfred Paiement (jr.)
    10
    050510
     Viktor Zhluktov
    10
    050510
    21.Alexandr Maltsev
    10
    010910
    22.Mats Ahlberg
    10
    070209
     Jukka Alkula
    10
    070209
    24.Ronald Ellis
    10
    050409
    25.Vladimir Shadrin
    10
    030609

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    There are several mistakes in official game sheets that caused wrong figures for some goalies in table with goalies stats.

    Game No1. missed all shots saved by goalies of both teams. Have to be: ROM 15-19-18=52 SVS, SWE 5-7-12=24 SVS.
    Game No4. missed saved shots in first period for both teams. Have to be: CAN 12-5-16=33 SVS, USA 5-11-9=25 SVS.
    Game No5. missed saved shots by USA in last period. Have to be: USA 14-8-5=27, ROM 4-7-10=21 SVS.
    Game No8. missed saved shots for CAN in last period, wrong figure for SWE. Have to be SWE 11-3-11=25 SVS, CAN 4-5-8=17 SVS.
    Game No.16 wrong figures for SVS in last period. Have to be: TCH 12-7-16=35 SVS, CAN 8-13-5=26 SVS.

    Taking into account abovementioned stats for some goalies have to be as follows:

    Högosta - 9 goals - 220 SVS - 96,07%
    Dzurilla - 18 goals - 153 SVS - 89,47%
    Reece - 16 goals - 156 SVS - 90,17%
    Curran - 27 goals - 158 SVS - 85,41%
    Rutherford - 6 goals - 44 SVS - 88,00%
    T.Esposito - 28 goals - 235 SVS - 89,35%
    Netedu - 41 goals - 256 SVS - 86,20%
    Hutan - 43 goals - 151 SVS - 77,84%.

    Note. T.Esposito passed 28 goals not 29 because last goal in game SWE vs CAN was scored by Brasar in empty net goal.

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    Thank you so much for everyone who contributed stats and info to this thread. I just bought a game-used puck from this tourney from the son of coach Johnny Wilson, and I would never have known many details of the IHWC without everyone's superb contributions!

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